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Old 03-30-2007, 05:12 PM
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Please help!! We are in need of some help with our shore excursions.

In Ocho Rios should we do the Canopy Tour or Dunn River Falls??

In Cozumel should we do the Beach escape/Fiesta Cruise or the Deluxe Beach Break?

We have no ideas what to do in George Town!!

We are taking the Freedom of the Seas in September!!

Please help!!
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Old 03-31-2007, 02:48 AM
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In Ocho Rios do the Dunn's and then call it Dunn for that Port.
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I agree with Island Cruz on Dunn's River Falls; this is a great time. You ommited the ages of the participants but except for someone that is not sure footed or unable to not capable of climbing over and around wet slippery rocks, you would be ok.
We have done the Fiesta Cruise in Cozumel and if you are in a partying mood, this can be fun. Music and games on the way to a beach party at one of the many beaches there. This is not (if I remember correctly) for children. Also you can do the downtown in Cozumel to check out the shopping scene.
In Grand Caymen, don't miss the opportunity to do the Sting Ray City snorkel. Also, Seven Mile Beach is near the tender area and you could take a bus or taxi and do the beach scene before heading back to the ship.

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Need a Vacation, without a doubt, Dunns River Falls, like Islandcruz and Peter have stated. Everyone should experience it once in their lifetime. I also agree with Peter on Stingray City. Another must. Both spots, just incredible. Have a wonderful cruise.
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Stingray City ranks up in the top 5 things I have done in my life! The first time we went there through the ship's excursion and it was VERY crowded and we only went to the sandbar. Last time we booked the Buccaneer and had 3 stops. The timing of this excursion is perfect. You don't have to rush off the ship, and there is plenty of time afterwards to eat a late lunch and do some shopping before you have to be back on board. Our friends just went on this excursion this week and LOVED it!

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I would say the falls in Jamaica and Stingray City on Cayman.

Make sure the Stingray trip is the one to the sandbar. You will get to stand on the sandbar and interact a lot more with the Stingrays.
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