Port of Call Half Moon Cay, Bahamas
Carnival Triumph anchored off Half Moon Cay. Half Moon Cay (or Little San Salvador island) is a small island in the Bahamas privately owned by Holland America Line. Ships anchor a short distance from shore, and transfer to the resort area is by tender. In the foreground stands a private beach cabana, available to rent.
Half Moon Cay Shore Excursions
The Straw Market at Half Moon Cay Village
The Straw Market at Half Moon Cay Village. This Bahamian style purpose built resort village is the Welcome Center for HMC, and has an information booth, an authentic straw market, air-conditioned gift shops, the Rum Runners Bar, and an Ice Cream Parlor. A tram leads from the center to the open air Tropics Restaurant.
Half Moon Cay Beach
The long crescent shaped beach at Half Moon Cay is stunningly beautiful. You'll find soft golden sands underfoot, and a turquoise sea of crystal clear water with myriad shoals of small fish. There is some shade available under small trees, alternatively 'clam' sun shades are available for hire.
Half Moon Cay Beach Watersports
One of two water sports centers at Half Moon Cay beach. Here you'll find a wide choice of Kayaks, Hobie Cats, Aqua-Cycles, Floating Mats and Sailboats
Kayaking in wild Bonefish Lagoon is a popular activity for the energetic. There are numerous types of flora and fauna to spot, like red mangroves, silver buttonwood tree, and rare waterfowl.
I Wish I Could Stay Here Forever Beach Bar
Just behind the main beach, the I Wish I Could Stay Here Forever beach bar is a perfect place to chill. Enjoy your favorite cocktails, and listen to live music, with a Caribbean vibe.
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