We'll help you find your rhythm. Or learn to surf in an afternoon. Or dance the night away in Havana. However you want to freestyle — we're straying the course and you're coming along.

COSTA MAYA PUERTO PLAT A THE BEACH CLUB MIAMI HAVANA

You're invited to get lost. Don't worry, we're legally obligated to find you.

That Miami heat though

...and we don't mean the weather. Or the basketball team.

From the badass street art scene in Wynwood to the most fire cubano sandwich you've ever had in Little Havana, Miami is more than just beaches and nightlife (but it is that, too). Whether you're into getting down at a taco shop-turned-dance party (we see you, Coyo Taco) or posting up laterally on South Beach with a mojito glued to your hand, Miami's dynamic culture is one of the most vivacious in the country.

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  • A shot of a building in Miami with an illustrated, color-block sky.
  • A black and white striped building in Miami with an illustrated purple sky.
  • A shot of a building in Miami.
  • An overhead image the beach with spinning umbrellas.
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    Havana nightcap (or two)

    Exploring Cuba's superlative metropolis - the people, the rum, the music - is as much a history lesson as it is an exploration on change itself.

    Don't get us wrong, we love cigars and mojitos just as much as the next person/large company, but Havana's rich history and diverse cultural background make for far more than just a beachy port stop. Between exploring the back alleyways of Pata Vieja, visiting the artists and bohemian bars of Cayo Hueso, or chilling amongst locals outside the Malecon, Cuba's capital is a treasure trove of undiscovered truths.

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    • The exterior of a building in Havana at night with a twinkling disco ball overlaid on-top.

      Just our private Beach Club, nbd

      Since we have our own private beach club in Bimini, Bahamas, we'd be crazy not to utilize it. But the only way in is on one of our Lady Ships. 

      See-through water and sandy white shores punctuate this geographically poetic port. And like any good haiku, it's cloaked in seductive mystery. Besides having access to the island’s incredible biodiversity in marine life, boating, snorkeling and historic shipwreck diving, Sailors get exclusive access to The Beach Club — Virgin Voyages’ very own private beach. Peaceful mornings and restorative days or amplified afternoons at the DJ-led pool party —our club is designed to answer whatever your specific mood is calling for. But regardless of your energy level, the bonfire finale will be nearly impossible to pass on.

        Puerto Plata-dise

        The charmingly quaint Dominican city that (literally) rises through the sky to be the first one to say hi when we dock 👋

        Tucked between the Cordillera Mountains and Atlantic coast, Puerto Plata embodies geographical duality at its best. A day here can include vegging out on the snow white beaches of Playa Dorado, or hiking through the jungle to the 27 waterfalls of Damajagua and careening down via natural slides. Or you can jump right in. We won't tell you how to live.

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        • Image of kite surfers on a beach in Puerto Plata
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          Costa Maya have this dance?

          No shade to Cancun or Cozumel, but Costa Maya is the unperturbed Mexico worthy of your PTO.

          Yearning to see new side of coastal Mexico? Costa Maya is a breathtaking start. Both Mahahual, a gorgeous beach with see-to-the-bottom turquoise water, and Xcalak, a sleepy fishing village lined with wooden houses, make for beach experiences that feel, true or not (they're not), as if you're the first to have found them. Lesser-known Mayan ruins like Dzibanche and Kinichna offer a glimpse into the deeply complicated and rich history that the Yucatán peninsula has to share.

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          • An image of the ancient ruins in Costa Maya.
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