Located on the mountainous, secluded north coast of
Hispaniola, Labadee is a 260-acre wooded peninsula that features
five spectacular beaches, nature trails, open-air dining areas,
beachside bars, native entertainment and a marketplace complete with
fine arts and crafts.
Newest additions to the island includes a new
pirate-themed water playground Labadee Luc's Splash Bash. The water
playground drips, drizzles and drenches visitors with ground
geysers, toppling water buckets, and water archways. Would-be
pirates can stage mock battles with four water cannons mounted on
the climb-aboard ship and connected wharf, or follow the splash
pad's painted-on treasure map trail.
The Splash Bash also
features a special play area for kids ages 3 to 5 with a central
pipe that sends water into three separate play areas with dams,
water wheels and other fun activities designed to keep young
children captivated. Paid admission to the new water playground
is required for a two-hour period.
After getting soaked at the Splash Bash, guests can
dry off during hot competition on one of two new volleyball courts
or relax in the shade on the spectator bleachers. Plenty of beach
chairs also are available for weary buccaneers who want to bask in
the sun.- RCCLPR
Labadee offers a spectacular array of activities and excursion
options at the private beach destination. There will be a new
pier at Labadee's new pier, which leads guests through a grand
entry to the welcome plaza. Water taxis and five different
walking paths, trails and avenues will take guests from the
welcome plaza to many areas throughout the peninsula, including
the new Dragon's Plaza, Labadee Town Square, and Columbus Family
Beach, all currently under development. Sea-based excursions,
including a new exhilarating fast boat tour, also will depart
from the welcome plaza.
At the north end of the peninsula, Dragon's Plaza
will be the heart of Labadee and feature the Dragon's Breath
Cafe and Pub, a welcome center, and central tram station, which
will ferry guests to other areas of the peninsula. Guests booked
on the extremely popular Dragon's Breath Flight Line, the
worlds longest zip-line over water, also will begin their
At the base of the peninsula, Labadee Town Square
will offer guests cultural experiences, shopping, dining and
entertainment, featuring the Haitian Cultural Museum, Cafe
Labadee and Bar, and the Straw and Artisan Market. From the Town
Square, guests will board the new Alpine Coaster, a thrilling
new roller coaster experience on Labadee.
With convenient transportation from the pier via
water taxis, the new Columbus Family Beach will appeal to adults
and children of all ages.