No One Does Island Fun Like Carnival: Introducing Celebration Key At Grand Bahama, Opening in 2025
Whether you’re looking for a chill family getaway or a relaxing couple’s vacation, we’ve got the newest spot to kick back! In case you haven’t heard the fun news, now — for the first time ever! — Carnival is building a new destination from the ground up. And this one, nestled on the south side of Grand Bahama Island, is exclusively for Carnival guests. It’s perfect for adults, families with kids… everybody who appreciates fun and natural beauty! Celebration Key will offer a variety of fun, relaxation, and adventure options.
Whether you enjoy the pristine white sands of the mile-long beach, authentic Bahamian shopping, and dining, or excursions to explore the beautiful island of Grand Bahama, the destination’s features and offerings will be anchored around the largest freshwater lagoons in the Caribbean that will offer numerous recreational and leisure activities for everyone. And while this island paradise doesn’t open until 2025, Celebration Key 2025 and 2026 cruises are available for booking and offering approximately 500 cruises across 18 different Carnival ships sailing from nine U.S. homeports. In other words, Carnival is marking this spot on the map where what you’ll find perfectly matches the onboard vibe folks love — when your ship pulls up, the vacation possibilities are expanded with unique island-style fun, relaxation, and adventure.
Excited yet? Then don’t wait, book your Carnival cruise to Celebration Key today, all along the way enjoy incredible dining, exciting onboard entertaining, comfy accommodations plus stop along some of the world's top bucket-list destinations. The best part, almost everything is included, and all waiting at the homeport near you!
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