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Western Carribean/Jewel Of the Seas Q's

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Hi! My husband and I are leaving on Jan. 9th for our second cruise on Jewel of the Seas. We have never been to the carribean and are going to: Key west, Cozumel, Costa Maya and George Town, Grand Caymen. We haven't booked ANY excursions yet!!! I really need some advice on what to book/do in these locations. We are pretty laid back~no dare devils here~ so we dont want to do anything too crazy.. but we are willing to have some fun!!!!

Any suggestions/comments are greatly appreciated as we need to book them ASAP!!

Thanks and Ill be sure to review my trip and send pics! :)


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Hey Nicky,

Welcome to CruiseCrazies!!

In Grand Cayman, there's a snorkling site called Eden Rock, approximately 10 minutes walking distance from the pier. I've snorkled there several times, and you'll always see some great looking fish. One time my dad saw a small octopus swimming by. There's a equipment rental shack and I think a snack area too. Lots of lounge chairs. It's pretty neat because while you're snorkling, the ships are docked directly behind you...making great photo opportunities.

Once again, welcome to CruiseCrazies! If you have any more questions, just let us know.

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sorry I read this after you had left. I have same question, we are touring bascially the same places end of Feb. So if you could post some of your opinons on the excursions I would very much appreciate it.

Thnx, Judith

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