Our final stop on the cruise was Labadee, which is located on the north coast of Haiti. This is a private area controlled by RCCL. It consists of several beaches and buildings to accommodate cruise passengers for a day at the beach. The ship docks at the company pier and it is a very short walk to the attractions.
For those who did not wish to walk the modest distances involved could take a tram. A ship's lunch buffet was provided ashore. Plenty of beach chairs were available.
One of the big attractions was the zip line from the hill top over the ocean. It claims to be the highest over water zip line in the Caribbean. It was very busy all day and we enjoyed watching folks fly by while we sat on the beach. The charge for the zip line that lasted about 1 minute was $100. We decided to give it a pass.
You could also charter various boats for exploring the area, fishing, what have you. We chose to wander and relax on the beach(es).
Lots of vendors were willing to sell you local handcrafted items. We did pick up some hand carved items from the artist hall. The outdoor vendors were very pushy and we chose to avoid them.