Coco Cay (Little Stirrup Cay), Berry Islands

(4.4/5 based on 950+ reviews on the web)
Stop at Coco Cay (Little Stirrup Cay), an island used exclusively by Royal Caribbean, and walk to white sand beaches lapped by blue waters. Observe rays swimming in the shallows and colorful fish around the rocks, or try some of the various food and beverages available on the island. Consider taking one of the many trails leading across the island, giving you the opportunity to explore and find your own slice of paradise away from the crowds. Don't forget your snorkeling gear. Put Coco Cay (Little Stirrup Cay) into our Berry Islands trip generator and find out what's close by, where to stay, and where to head next.
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  • Royal Caribbean island, with sea blue and transparent. Great place to spend the day. For those who like the beach, Sun, good food and relax, this place is perfect!
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  • Royal Caribbean's private island, beautiful, with crystal clear water, excellent to rest and contemplate the natural beauty!!! Still counts a great infrastructure for children, deck chairs for every Beach, American-style meals (hot dog and hamburger) included. The only downside is that the activities available, such as snorkeling and inflatable toys are paid, and good guys.
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  • We stopped here after a stop at Nassau. Ours was the only ship at Coco Cay on our day, so it was not crowded at all. We walked right out and found chairs in the shade after taking one of the first ten...  more »