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Royal Caribbean Beefs Up Shore Excursion Offerings

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The cruise line has more than 2,800 excursions available and the program is being pushed even more with creative new activities and adventures. Guests can engage more in local life while having some fun and learning new experiences. Royal Caribbean has grouped all offerings under seven different categories including  Active Adventures, Family Connections, Royal Tour Challenge, Culture and Sights, Culinary Delights, Caring Discoveries, and the Royal Premium Tour Collection.

To kick off and celebrate the new tours Royal Caribbean is offering free shore excursions on all new reservations completed this weekend, Starting from today August 14 to 16, 2015.  Bookings for sailings departing on or after September 14 will receive a credit of up to $150 to use towards the shore excursion of choice.

The cruise line’s private cruise resorts of Labadee, Haiti and CocoCay, Bahamas will be among the favorite destinations to offer the latest new excursions. Guests wanting an adventure or some relaxation can choose from a ton of options from the Dragon’s Breath Flight Line that soars 500 feet above the beaches of Labadee to the tranquil beachside escapes appreciated through guided nature walks.

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