You will find exciting Carnival Caribbean Cruises from Tampa!
If your desire is to sail from this frequently visited Florida city, you have made a great choice.
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Tampa offers something for everyone in the family.
Whether it be to watch a Tampa-based sports team in action – Tampa Bay Lightning hockey team or the NFL’s Buccaneers – learn the wonders of the sea by visiting the aquarium; walk along the path of culture at the Salvador Dali museum or enjoy the heart-stopping rides and amazing animal life at Busch Gardens, Tampa has all that and more.
What’s even better is that you can board one of a handful of Carnival Caribbean cruises from Tampa to popular ports of call in the Western Caribbean.
Are you looking to enjoy the clear, blue Caribbean Sea or bask in the beauty of some of the best beaches?
Carnival cruises from Tampa include popular ports of call such as Cozumel, Mexico and Grand Cayman, Cayman Islands.
You can board 4-day and 5-day Caribbean cruises from Tampa to a collection of these frequently visited Caribbean ports of call.
At the time of writing this, Carnival Cruise Line had one main ship stationed in Tampa - Carnival Paradise.
(Carnival Pride was also there offering a few sailings, so I will not spend time talking about her.)
Carnival Paradise was commissioned in 1998. This Carnival ship has a passenger capacity of over 2,600 passengers and about 920 crew members.
Carnival Paradise holds the record and bragging rights as the first smoke-free cruise ship to hit the waters.
Additionally, the Paradise features an intriguing decor that I have come to enjoy in all Carnival cruise ships.
The ship’s decor is highly complemented by a wide variety of dining, activity and entertainment.
If you are looking for an out-of-this world cruising experience, the Carnival Paradise will not disappoint.
It will live up to its name – Paradise.
The Paradise offers 2 itineraries of cruises to the Western Caribbean.
1. Your family may decide on a 4-day Carnival Cruise from Tampa to Cozumel; or,
2. You may choose a 5-day Carnival Cruise from Tampa to Grand Cayman, Cayman Islands and Cozumel, Mexico.
The great news about these cruise itineraries from Tampa is that they are offered year-round.
You may plan to sail on a Carnival Fun Ship from Tampa at just about any time of the year.
Note: Ships and itineraries are subject to change, as Carnival re-positions its vessels ever so often.
Are you ready to book your Carnival Caribbean Cruise from Tampa?
I would be. In fact, we sailed from Tampa in 2004 on Carnival Sensation and again in 2012 aboard Carnival Paradise. We enjoyed both cruises.
My family drove from McDonough, Georgia to the port and it was quite easy to get into. Parking was also the least expensive we've experienced at a cruise port.
Alternately, you may book book Carnival Caribbean cruises from Tampa at our website, PetesTravel.com.