The ship is huge so you'll always be able to find something to do. In fact, Carnival Vista has so much onboard -- the food, music, pools, bars, daily activities -- that you'll probably run out of time during your weeklong cruise before you run out of things to do.
Plus, some things are so much fun, you want to revisit them often during your sailing.
I went on a voyage on the nearly 4,000-passenger ship in December, and the trip to the Southern Caribbean was incredible, just what I needed to escape the winter chill of New Jersey. We stopped in the Dominican Republic and the Bahamas. And I especially enjoyed discovering new places and ways to chill out in Curacao, Aruba and Grand Turk.
After a full week and some time to assess all that I saw and did -- dancing, drinking, eating, laughing and relaxing with dozens of new friends I met while cruising -- I have come up with my list of the best spots on Carnival Vista.
These are a mix of great places to hang out, eat, play and more. I hope this helps you navigate this cool new ship.
Then peruse the nearby salsa bar for all sorts of sauces and toppings to further enhance your creation. BlueIguana is open all afternoon to grab a lunch or snack whenever you want. But I really love to come by in the morning for the delicious and healthy breakfast burritos.
And the Cloud 9 Spa treatments offer a chance to reward yourself and indulge in full relaxation and pampering. That's what a vacation is all about, after all.
Thanks for reading, and happy sailing!