Heart-pounding adventure. Exciting itineraries. The most innovative ships at sea. You’ll get all this (and more) when you embark on a Royal Caribbean cruise. But there’s one destination Royal Caribbean ships frequent that’s in a league of its own. Cruise to Perfect Day at CocoCay and experience all Royal Caribbean’s private island has to offer.
Nestled in the heart of the Bahamas approximately 55 miles north of Nassau, Perfect Day at CocoCay is Royal Caribbean’s private island with no shortage of thrills or chills. The island has long been a staple on Royal Caribbean’s Caribbean itineraries, but it was Perfect Day at CocoCay’s extensive 2019 renovation that really sent the island to a whole new level.
Considering a cruise to Perfect Day at CocoCay and wondering how to get the most out of your day? Here are 4 of our favorite things to do on the island.
Go Zip Lining on Your Cruise To Perfect Day at CocoCay
Perfect Day at CocoCay’s zip line course is 1,600 feet of high-speed fun. Drink in the unbeatable tropical views as you rocket through the air high above the island. You’ll even soar over the harbor lagoon before your feet are back on the ground. All in all, the course takes about 45 minutes to complete — well worth it for any adrenaline junkie.
Dive into Thrill Waterpark
Your thrilling cruise to Perfect Day at CocoCay continues at Thrill Waterpark. Enjoy a white-knuckle ride down one of the island’s six immense waterslides. Conquer Daredevil’s Peak, the tallest waterslide in North America. Challenge someone to a race down the 4-lane Splash Speedway. Or prepare to be swept up in the surf! Royal Caribbean’s private island is home to the largest wave pool in the Caribbean, and that’s where you’ll find waves — and thrills — for the whole family.
Thrill Waterpark isn’t just about thrills … there’s plenty of chill to be found, too. After riding the waves, grab one of the complimentary beach chairs by the wave pool, reserve a nearby cabana, or grab a quick bite to eat at the Snack Shack. After relaxing, rewinding, and refueling, you’ll be ready for the day’s next adventure.
Cruise to Perfect Day at CocoCay and Soar Up, Up and Away
The natural beauty of the Bahamas is legendary. And the best vantage point you’ll find for marveling at the deep blue waters of the Bahamas is Up, Up and Away, Perfect Day at CocoCay’s helium balloon ride.
Up, Up and Away is the perfect combination of thrill and chill. After boarding, your heart may begin to race as your balloon ascends to 450 feet above sea level — the highest point in the Bahamas. But your sense of excitement will soon be joined by one of wonder as you take in the breathtaking panoramic views of Royal Caribbean’s private island and the surrounding azure sea. On Up, Up and Away, there truly isn’t a bad seat in the house.
Relax and Unwind at Royal Caribbean’s Private Island
As thrilling as a cruise to Perfect Day at CocoCay promises to be, you’ll find plenty of relaxation on the island, too. And it all starts at Oasis Lagoon. Home to the Caribbean’s largest freshwater pool, Oasis Lagoon offers plenty of fun for the whole family. Splash around in the shallow water with the kiddos, sip on a scrumptious cocktail from the swim-up bar, or sunbathe poolside on one of the in-water loungers.
For some seriously upscale chill, you’ll want to head to Perfect Day at CocoCay’s exclusive Coco Beach Club. A private beach, clubhouse, infinity pool, and more are waiting to welcome you. Snag one of the premium beach chairs or floating mats to get your lounge on. Dig into some delicious fare at the Coco Beach Club Restaurant. Or, for a truly elevated experience, reserve your own private overwater cabana and laze around Bora Bora-style.
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Author: James Payette