Disney cruise Caribbean 2022

Bookings Now Open for Disney Cruise Line’s 2022 Itineraries

Would you be tempted to book on a Caribbean Disney cruise in 2022? While the outlook for cruises continues to be bleak even in 2021, some lines are betting on a comeback. Disney Cruise Line has announced that bookings are open for their 2022 itineraries.

Looking to unwind in the sunshine? You can start planning your trip now. We can’t decide between Baja or Hawaii! Here’s what’s in store for their future cruises…

Bookings are Open for Disney Cruises in the Caribbean, Mexico and Bahamas

Cruise itineraries depart from Galveston, New Orleans, Miami, and Port Canaveral. You can visit destinations like Cozumel, Grand Cayman, Jamaica, the British Virgin Islands, Puerto Rico, St. Maarten, and more. Most itineraries include a stop at Disney Castaway Cay, their private island paradise. Yep, we repeat: private island.

What makes Disney cruises so popular? Well, apart from constantly winning awards for being family-friendly, the ships themselves are beautiful. The Disney Wonder ship is home to 11 decks overflowing with restaurants, pools, recreation and more. Rooms include private balconies with sea views and lush furnishings. If you can tear yourself away,  you’ll fall in love with the entertainment options too.

Enjoy Broadway-caliber musicals and fireworks at sea, celebrate at deck parties and watch new Disney movies in 3D. And of course, there’s plenty of great eats on board. With Disney’s one-of-a kind Rotational Dining, you’ll “rotate” to one of 3 different dining locations boasting a unique menu each night of your cruise. Kids will love Tiana’s Place, which is just like the restaurant from The Princess and the Frog. 

Want to see more about the upcoming cruises? You can explore more here.

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Sarah Clayton-Lea
Sarah Clayton-Lea

Co-founder of Big 7 Travel, Sarah created the company through her passion for championing the world's best food and travel experiences. Before her career in digital media, where she previously held roles such as Editor of Food&Wine Ireland, Sarah worked in the hospitality industry in Dublin and New York.

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