Magic, Western Caribbean ex Port Canaveral Roundtrip

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7 Night cruise sailing roundtrip from Port Canaveral onboard Carnival Magic.

7 Night Cruise sailing from Port Canaveral roundtrip aboard Carnival Magic.


We knew exactly what we were doing when we named this ship Carnival Magic… and we’re sure you’ll agree.

At 1,004 feet, this one continued the Dream class tradition of large-scale, bow-to-stern cruise ship fun including the food-and-entertainment space Ocean Plaza, the splashy stylings of Carnival WaterWorks… and The Lanai, a convenient, scenic half-mile outdoor wraparound promenade deck. In other words, a cruise on Carnival Magic has no shortage of its namesake charm!

It’s no surprise Carnival Magic debuted all-new ways to have a good time onboard, and continues to prove it with the outdoor fitness-and-fun of SportSquare, featuring the world’s first ropes course at sea. This is also the ship that introduced the world to Cucina del Capitano, which serves up Italian favorites fit for a captain. And who can forget their first taste of RedFrog Pub, with its laid back, not-a-worry-to-be-found atmosphere… not to mention its exclusive, tasty, not-a-drop-to-be-found (on land, that is) beer, ThirstyFrog® Red.

Keeping with the times, Carnival Magic features the delicious good times of Guy’s Burger Joint, BlueIguana Cantina, Alchemy Bar and RedFrog Rum Bar… plus the first-of-its kind Guy’s Pig & Anchor Bar-B-Que Smokehouse. And keeping with the moves, there’s even Lip Sync Battle: Carnival, which lets you showcase yours up on stage.

Carnival Magic has a history of starting good things... and sharing them with guests.

Highlights of this cruise:

Port Canaveral (Orlando), FL
Buckle up for big adventure on the Space Coast when you book a Carnival cruise from Port Canaveral, Florida. Rockets blast off from the Kennedy Space Center, stock cars hug the turns at Daytona International Speedway, and screaming roller coasters zoom through Orlando. Even with all the manmade thrills, your cruise from Port Canaveral departs from a coastline of sugary sand beaches and protected islands for native wildlife. See a rocket up close at the Kennedy Space Center. Walk the bustling Cocoa Beach boardwalk before your cruise from Port Canaveral. Ride the intertwining coasters of the Dragon Challenge at Universal Orlando. Pick out colorful clothing at the Ron Jon Surf Shop. Get your hands dirty with the pit crew at Daytona International Speedway.

Costa Maya, Mexico
Mexico’s vivid southern Caribbean coast lies just outside your dock on Carnival cruises to Costa Maya. Silver dolphins, bright yellow angelfish, turquoise waves, ivory sand—these are just some of the colors you’ll see on cruises to Costa Maya, Mexico. Inland from the port are more brilliant hues, from the otherworldly blue Lake of Seven Colors to the white stone pyramids of the ancient Maya. Snorkel and kayak in the remote village of Xcalak. Leap into the ethereal turquoise waters of Laguna Bacalar, the Lake of Seven Colors. Scuba dive with moray eels and nurse sharks in the Great Mesoamerican Reef.

Isla Roatan
Mahogany Bay is located on the southwest coast of the island of Roatan - about 40 miles off the north coast of Honduras - and is part of the Bay Islands, which also include Guanaja and Utila. Known for its crystal-clear water, blue skies and warm sun, Roatan is the perfect place for swimming, kayaking, snorkeling and sightseeing from the Magical Flying Beach Chair. Explore the exotic, undeveloped East End of Roatan with a narrated trip aboard an island-style boat. Learn about the island's history, meet the local Garifuna people and sample delicious jams from locally grown flowers and fruits.

Belize
This tropical paradise promises adventure, both onshore and off. Crystalline rivers flow through impressive lowland jungles, home to a myriad of rare wildlife. Silky sand beaches, waving palms and colorful coral gardens are just part of Belize's natural wonders. Whether mountain biking through a lush rainforest or snorkeling with sharks, you'll experience things you've only imagined.

Cozumel
Long before Cancun became a popular destination, Cozumel was well-known as a diving spot and home to the world famous Palancar Reef, which gives divers the opportunity to view thousands of brilliantly colored fish. Non-divers can kick back on a sun-drenched beach, or enjoy any number of seaside activities, such as shopping in colorful marketplaces or dining in an open-air café.

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