Cruising to Jamaica, Nassau, Grand Cayman, St. Lucia, Antiqua, or Barbados? Get a Day Pass to an All Inclusive Resort

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Update: May 8, 2015

Bermuda Day Passes are now available for the Elbow Beach Resort! This luxurious resort & spa is named after its private half-mile stretch of beautiful, pink sand beach along the Atlantic Ocean. Come enjoy your day in port on the resort owned Elbow Beach, well known as one of Bermuda’s most beautiful beaches. A private haven for discerning travelers, Elbow Beach offers guests the opportunity to separate from the cruise ship crowds to enjoy the island’s calming sea, soothing pink-sands and golden warmth of the tropical sun.

Your Resort for a Day pass includes use of the private beach at Elbow Beach Resort, a lounge chair & umbrella and a water bottle. Resort for a Day guests have access to Mickey’s Bistro, which is Bermuda’s only bistro on the beach and offers lunch and drinks in a casual ambiance with full beach service. Click here!

Update: April 22, 2015

Bahamas Day Passes are now available for the Atlantis Aquaventure, Atlantis Dolphin Cay, and the British Colonial Hilton Resort! Click here!

Original Post

JamaicaMania previously told its readers about a program called Resort For a Day.  Read some of the post below.

Are you going on a cruise? Is Jamaica on your itinerary? While your ship is in port, relax and play at an all-inclusive beach resort! You can obtain a day pass to the Sunset Beach Resort or Hilton Rose Hall in Montego Bay.  If you’re stopping in Ocho Rios, you can spend the day at the Sunset Jamaica Grande Resort or the Jewel Dunn’s River. Cruisers can enjoy white sand beaches, sparkling pools, savory lunches, snacks, beverages, tropical drinks–all included. Resort for a Day passes are available in 8 island destinations: Jamaica, Nassau, Freeport, Grand Cayman, Barbados, Cozumel, St. Maarten, and now Roatan.  Read more about it here!

Sunset Jamaica Grande Resort and Spa
Island Time Travel has now learned about a new, additional option for cruisers wishing to visit a luxury all-inclusive resort for a day instead of taking one of the overpriced and crowded cruise ship shore excursions.

Island Routes Caribbean Adventure Tours is now offering Island Routes Luxury-Included Day Pass options to select Sandals and Beaches Resorts in Jamaica, Antigua, St. Lucia and the Bahamas.

These resort day passes for cruise clients must be pre-booked through a travel agent. They start at $120 per adult and $75 for children 2-12 years old.

Cruisers will enjoy round-trip transfers from the port to the resort and once there, unlimited premium brand drinks including Beringer wines, gourmet dining for lunch, and in-between snacks, including beach grills and wood over pizzerias, and land and water sports, the Caribbean’s best beaches and more.

Resort day passes to Sandals include:

  • Unlimited Premium Brand Drinks
  • Signature Swim-Up Pool Bars
  • Unlimited Beringer® Wines
  • Gourmet Dining including Beach Grills and Wood-Oven Pizzerias
  • Land and Water Sports
  • Private Offshore Island (only at Sandals Royal Caribbean in Montego Bay and Sandals Royal Bahamian in Nassau)
  • Caribbean’s Best Beaches

Resort day passes to Beaches include all Sandals’ Luxury Inclusions plus:

  • Supervised Kids Activities
  • More Quality Inclusions for all Ages
  • Family Fine Dining
  • Sesame Street® Characters
  • Xbox 360® Play Lounges
  • Thrilling Waterparks

For more information or a quote, email Island Time Travel.

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