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Overview Of The Port Of Labadee

About Labadee
Labadee is a port located on the northern coast of Haiti, a Caribbean country which occupies the western, smaller portion of the island of Hispaniola, which it shares with the Dominican Republic.

This private resort is leased to Royal Caribbean International until 2050.

Watersports are the main activity here with snorkelling, jet-skiing, parasailing, kayaking and power boating available (fees apply for rental equipment and activities). There are also two volleyball courts.

For non active types, just relax and enjoy a day at the beach. Loungers and covered 'clams' are complimentary, however if you ask a local to set it up for you they expect a tip!

The beaches here tend to be a bit rocky and rough at times, water shoes may be a good option.

There are 4 main beaches here, all, apart from Barefoot Beach (suite guests or cabana rentals only) are open for everyone to use.

Arawak Aqua Park is a roped-in area featuring climbable ice bergs, trampolines, slides and seesaws (fee applicable). Children under 4ft tall must be accompanied by an adult. Lifeguards are on duty. Royal Caribbean also offers a youth programme, with organised, supervised activities.

The Dragon's Breath Flight Line is the world's longest zip line over water (according to Royal Caribbean). It is expensive at around $89 for a ride of less than 90 seconds. An alpine slide called the Dragon Coaster is another option.

There is also a spa which overlooking the beaches and offers a handful of treatments at extra cost.

Excursions include a Haitian cultural tour, jetski tour, kayaking and snorkelling adventures.

There are 5 bars dotted across Labadee, selling standard frozen cocktails, mixed drinks and beer.

For lunch, a free BBQ includes jerk chicken, burgers, hotdogs, salad, fruit and soft drinks.

In the outdoor Artisan's Village, Haitian sellers offer local merchandise including t. shirts, paintings and jewellery. The Artisan's indoor Market also has beaded necklaces, local rum, cigars and wood carvings for sale.

Guests can pay for any extras (alcohol, drinks, activities and excursions) with their ship card, apart from purchases at the two markets which require money.
Cruise Terminal
Cruise ships dock at the pier of this private island.

Little tractor shuttles transport visitors around the island. There is a choice of beaches to choose from.
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Cruise Ships Docking In The Port Of Labadee

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