We’re going to group what to pack in two: the documents, and what a BH needs 😉
Packing Your Documents
– traveling on cruises that begin and end in the same U.S. port must show proof of citizenship (such as an original or certified copy of a birth certificate) and a government-issued photo ID (such as a driver’s license).
– traveling on cruises that begin and end in different U.S. ports, or begin or end in a foreign port, must have a passport or other recognized document.
U.S. Alien Residents: need a valid Alien Resident Card.
Canadian citizens must present a valid passport.
Non-U.S. citizens need a valid passport and a valid, unexpired U.S. Multiple Re-entry Visa, if applicable.
CLICK HERE to review full details of Carnival’s travel documentation requirements. To get a passport, visit your local post office or library for an application. To verify this information, please visit the US Department of State website.”
(*) From Rosetours, FAQ
Packing BH Style!
Clothing: Dress is casual (shorts, shirts, skirts, jeans, etc.).
- High heels? * Danger *. The floor is always wet, specially during the nights. Even during the theme nights, we usually go with flip-flops or kicks!
- An extension cord, or two (you’ll thank me for this)
- If you think you’re gonna get seasick: Dramamine. Please check with your doctor the best option for you;
This is dependent upon your personal spending habits and budget. Excursions/Tours range from $20-$150 per person. Spa services range from $30 and up. According to your personal budget, set aside money for optional expenses.
One: Sharp objects. We always bring things like scissors and else, to decorate the doors or fix our costumes for the Theme Nights; remember to put all these sharp tools in your suitcase, NOT in your handbag.
Two: The doors. If you’re going to decorate your door, get your materials ready in your handbag or carry-on; sometimes the suitcases take hours to arrive to your cabin door.