On a private island in the Bahamas, there's a bar where they serve up drinks that seem like they were created for Instagram.
The Heads Up Bar on Disney Cruise Line's Castaway Cay island gives you a gorgeous backdrop to complement your cocktail. From coconut cups to vessels that look like Olaf and Sven, the drinks are as pretty as they are delicious.
"You can get unforgettable photos here," Miro Popovic, assistant beverage service manager for Disney Cruise Line, told "Good Morning America."
His favorite is a Pelican Mule -- a twist on the Moscow Mule with vodka, Ciroc, pineapple juice and ginger beer.
"Heads Up Bar is one of my favorite spots. It's a beautiful spot and in the background our Disney ship. This is the most beautiful view on the island and a peaceful spot," he said.
Disney Cruise Line showed "GMA" how several of the most popular drinks are made. One of the most requested is the Conch Cooler, a twist on a pina colada made with dark and light rum, orange juice and passion fruit.
For a non-alcoholic option, the Let it Go, served in an Olaf cup, is made with strawberry, mango and orange juice. Popovic said that despite all the fruit, "it's not too sweet -- the strawberries give it some acidity."
Drinks at Heads Up bar are an additional cost, but there is a free BBQ lunch buffet and soft drinks for all guests.
Every Disney ship sailing in the Bahamas calls on Castaway Cay. Sailings range between three and seven nights.
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