CocoCay in The Bahamas is unlike any island you’ve ever visited. As a private island exclusively for Royal Caribbean guests, you can only experience it on a Royal Caribbean ship. It’s filled with unique bucket list adventures like Thrill Waterpark, the Zip Line, Splashaway Bay aqua park, Up, Up and Away helium balloon, Oasis Lagoon freshwater pool, and more. Couple that with experiences on ships like Navigator of the Seas and you have a bucket list adventure waiting for you. Once you finish your adventures, there are plenty of beach chairs and beachside activities to relax but don’t miss out on these CocoCay bucket list experiences. Start expanding your list with items like conquering the tallest waterslide in North America, getting swept up by the biggest Wave Pool in the Caribbean, or snapping a photo from up to 450 feet up in a helium balloon. It’s all possible at CocoCay. Whatever your thrill threshold, you’ll find amazing items for your bucket list at CocoCay. Here are our five favorite experiences for your Royal Caribbean CocoCay bucket list.
Royal Caribbean CocoCay Bucket List
Even before you leaving Navigator of the Seas, The Blaster should be on your Royal Caribbean CocoCay Bucket List. The cruise line’s first aqua coaster and the longest waterslide at sea, The Blaster propels thrill seekers through more than more than 800 feet of dips, drops, and straightaways that extend over the side of the ship.
There are seven exhilarating slides at Daredevil’s Tower, but Daredevil’s Peak should be at the top of any adventure bucket list. The tallest waterslide in North America, Daredevil’s Peak takes you on a 135-foot adventure.
The single-rider waterslide twists and turns through a 764-foot tube that culminates in a water-drenched finish.
Even more thrilling than the height of Daredevil’s Peak is the zero-gravity of The Slingshot. It climbs a nearly vertical wall before backsliding into a large pool. I couldn’t control bursting into screams of excitement on this unforgettable slide.
Up, Up and Away
This bucket list experience is more about the view than the adventure. As you take in the island from the highest vantage point in The Bahamas, you can capture the ultimate selfie with the private island and pristine turquoise waters of The Bahamas as the backdrop.
The signature attraction floats up to 450 feet above CocoCay while being securely tethered to the ground by cable.
The Zip Line
Leave cares on the ground and soar on the 1,600-foot-long zip-line course that crisscrosses the island. Views, adventure, and a splash landing, this CocoCay bucket list adventure has it all.
Have you been to Royal Caribbean’s Perfect Day at CocoCay? What adventures topped your list? There’s so much to experience I may need to return to test out more.