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TOBAGO

The island was once part of the South American mainland, and has inherited a tremendous biodiversity within a small area, making your very own eco-adventure very accessible.

Tobago is just 8 miles wide and 26 miles long, however winding roads and rainforests make it a breathtaking drive to the top.

Whether you want to see secluded beaches, protected rainforests, watch turtles nesting, see fantastical birds, or just relax on a boat, Tobago offers a diverse paradise for all.

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CARRIACOU

Carriacou and Petite Martinique boast the most beautiful coral reefs. Carriacou – the larger of the two – is known as the ‘Land of Reefs’, with shallow clear waters: ideal for snorkelling. Occupants of both islands are independent and fiercely traditional. On Carriacou – home to 8,000 people – the musical customs of their African ancestors can be experienced at the Carriacou Maroon and String Band Music Festival held in the month of April.

The earliest written records dating back to 1656, suggest that the Kalinago (Caribs) named Carriacou ‘Kayryouacou’ - meaning ‘land surrounded by reef’s. Discoveries of pottery tools reveal that Arawaks from South America were the first settlers on the island, followed by various waves and ending with the Kalinago. The French were the first European settlers in Carriacou around the 1740s. In 1763, it was surrendered along with Grenada to the British. Although the majority of Carriacou’s inhabitants are of African descent, European influences can still be found in the way Carriacouians live and also in the names of our towns, cities and people. On the shores of Carriacou, you will see rows of locally built boats, from small fishing sloops to large trading schooners. The village of Windward was home to a group of Scottish boat builders who settled in Carriacou during the 19th century and passed on their practices, which are still used in boat building today. You can still witness boats being built in the traditional way on the beaches of Carriacou. Carriacouians today earn their living through rearing their own livestock, farming, growing corn and mainly fishing. Previously, they produced their own cotton, indigo, sugar, limes, coffee and cocoa.

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PUERTO MORELOS

Puerto Morelos is a town and sea port in Quintana Roo, Mexico's easternmost state, on the Yucatán Peninsula. The town is at the southern end of the municipality of Benito Juárez in the northeast of the state, about 36 km south of the resort city of Cancún. The marine terminal at Puerto Morelos is the largest and most important sea port in the state of Quintana Roo.

It has historically been the main port between the mainland of Yucatán and the Island of Cozumel. The town is named after Independence leader José María Morelos. One hundred meters off shore lies the Puerto Morelos portion of the Mesoamerican Barrier Reef System, designated as a National Marine Park due to local environmental activists.

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KINGSTOWN

Kingstown is the capital, chief port, and main commercial centre of Saint Vincent and the Grenadines. It is built partially on reclaimed land and houses the location of many important buildings, including the Financial Complex which was built in 1991. The modern capital, Kingstown, was originally founded by French settlers shortly after 1722, and while Saint Vincent had witnessed 196 years of British rule before her independence, visitors will notice many examples of her French heritage. The botanical garden, conceived in 1765, is one of the oldest in the Western hemisphere. William Bligh, made famous from the Mutiny on the Bounty, brought seeds of the Breadfruit tree here for planting.

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BARBADOS

The Spanish and Portuguese briefly claimed Barbados from the late 16th to the 17th centuries. From the arrival of the first English settlers in 1627–1628 until independence in 1966, Barbados was under uninterrupted English and later British governance and was the only Caribbean island that did not change hands during the colonial period. In the very early years, the majority of the population was white and male, with African slaves providing little of the workforce. Cultivation of tobacco, cotton, ginger and indigo was handled primarily by European indentured labour until the start of the sugar cane industry in the 1640s.

Bajan Open Bus Experience

5 hours  |  $425 TT  /  $65 US

The best way to experience the BEST beaches in Barbados is on the No 1 Bajan Bus!. This open-air lovingly restored jitney bus used on the sugar cane plantations in bygone days is the perfect mix for sun and fun! Brightly coloured with an excellent sound system complete with the latest top 40 hits and calypso songs, this bus takes you to 3 of the best beaches, all located on the South Coast.  Your friendly Tour guide will entertain you along the way with funny stories and anecdotes on our island!

Departing the Port, we pass through the historic capital of Bridgetown where you will see Barbados’ Parliament Buildings, the 3rd oldest Parliamentary institution in the Western Hemisphere, Heroes Square, with its historic statue of Lord Nelson.  As you make your way to the first stop of Dover Beach, you will loop through the historic Garrison area. Bridgetown’s spectacular Garrison was established in 1789 and was the heart of British defense of its valuable possessions in the Caribbean, for more than 100 years.

4 x 4 Safari Adventure

4.5 hours  |  $455 TT  /  $70 US

Restricted to 5yrs and older.  Tour includes soft drinks, rum punch and fruit punch.  Access the more secluded areas of Barbados on this thrilling half-day adventure into the heart of the island. Proceed to St. Joseph and venture into Joe’s River Forest. Winding along its tree-lined paths, admire rows of ficus, white woods, cabbage palms, mahogany and bearded fig trees. Home to a host of wildlife, this tropical rainforest covers 85 acres of hills, gullies and plains.

At Bathsheba you will stop briefly to delight in striking vistas of rugged hillsides and pounding surf. Then, re-board your jeep for the drive to Cattlewash Hill where you will enjoy a refreshing beverage as you look out over Barbados’ lovely countryside. From here, journey through Barclay’s Park, a 50-acre reserve located on the east coast of the island. Opened by Queen Elizabeth II in 1966, this park commemorates the island’s independence and was a gift to the Government of Barbados from Barclays Bank.

Bajan Open Bus Experience

5 hours  |  $425 TT  /  $65 US

The best way to experience the BEST beaches in Barbados is on the No 1 Bajan Bus!. This open-air lovingly restored jitney bus used on the sugar cane plantations in bygone days is the perfect mix for sun and fun! Brightly coloured with an excellent sound system complete with the latest top 40 hits and calypso songs, this bus takes you to 3 of the best beaches, all located on the South Coast.  Your friendly Tour guide will entertain you along the way with funny stories and anecdotes on our island!

Departing the Port, we pass through the historic capital of Bridgetown where you will see Barbados’ Parliament Buildings, the 3rd oldest Parliamentary institution in the Western Hemisphere, Heroes Square, with its historic statue of Lord Nelson.  As you make your way to the first stop of Dover Beach, you will loop through the historic Garrison area. Bridgetown’s spectacular Garrison was established in 1789 and was the heart of British defense of its valuable possessions in the Caribbean, for more than 100 years.

4 x 4 Safari Adventure

4.5 hours  |  $455 TT  /  $70 US

Restricted to 5yrs and older.  Tour includes soft drinks, rum punch and fruit punch.  Access the more secluded areas of Barbados on this thrilling half-day adventure into the heart of the island. Proceed to St. Joseph and venture into Joe’s River Forest. Winding along its tree-lined paths, admire rows of ficus, white woods, cabbage palms, mahogany and bearded fig trees. Home to a host of wildlife, this tropical rainforest covers 85 acres of hills, gullies and plains.

At Bathsheba you will stop briefly to delight in striking vistas of rugged hillsides and pounding surf. Then, re-board your jeep for the drive to Cattlewash Hill where you will enjoy a refreshing beverage as you look out over Barbados’ lovely countryside. From here, journey through Barclay’s Park, a 50-acre reserve located on the east coast of the island. Opened by Queen Elizabeth II in 1966, this park commemorates the island’s independence and was a gift to the Government of Barbados from Barclays Bank.

Catamaran and Turtle Encounter

5.5 hours  |  $520 TT  /  $80 US

Tour includes: Sumptuous Lunch, open bar, snorkeling. From the moment you step onboard this sleek catamaran, you know you are in for something special.  After being greeted by our friendly and outgoing crew, indulge in a continental breakfast that includes complimentary champagne or orange juice cocktails.

Cruise along Barbados’ scenic coastline to a premier snorkeling site where you can join our professional instructors for an optional snorkel tour on beautiful coral reefs teeming with tropical fish. After snorkeling, relax, bask in the sunshine or lie in the shade of the comfortable cabin and enjoy the beautiful scenery and tranquil ambiance.

Harrison Caves Excursion

4 hours  |  $555 TT  /  $85 US

Harrison’s Cave is a natural phenomenon and is, most likely, the only limestone cave to be found anywhere in the Caribbean. Here, gentle indirect lighting has been cleverly employed to enhance the beauty of this underground wonderland.

Actively growing stalactites and stalagmites glisten while the thunderous 40ft waterfall cascades into the blue-green lake making this an extraordinarily enjoyable experience.  Back above ground, admire the quaint villages and scenic coastlines of Barbados as a short island drive brings you back to your ship

Catamaran and Turtle Encounter

5.5 hours  |  $520 TT  /  $80 US

Tour includes: Sumptuous Lunch, open bar, snorkeling. From the moment you step onboard this sleek catamaran, you know you are in for something special.  After being greeted by our friendly and outgoing crew, indulge in a continental breakfast that includes complimentary champagne or orange juice cocktails.

Cruise along Barbados’ scenic coastline to a premier snorkeling site where you can join our professional instructors for an optional snorkel tour on beautiful coral reefs teeming with tropical fish. After snorkeling, relax, bask in the sunshine or lie in the shade of the comfortable cabin and enjoy the beautiful scenery and tranquil ambiance.

Harrison Caves Excursion

4 hours  |  $555 TT  /  $85 US

Harrison’s Cave is a natural phenomenon and is, most likely, the only limestone cave to be found anywhere in the Caribbean. Here, gentle indirect lighting has been cleverly employed to enhance the beauty of this underground wonderland.

Actively growing stalactites and stalagmites glisten while the thunderous 40ft waterfall cascades into the blue-green lake making this an extraordinarily enjoyable experience.  Back above ground, admire the quaint villages and scenic coastlines of Barbados as a short island drive brings you back to your ship

 

 

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TRINIDAD

Port of Spain was founded near the site of the Amerindian fishing village of Cumucurapo. In 1560, a Spanish garrison was posted near the foot of the Laventille Hills, which today form the city's eastern boundary. In 1797, Trinidad was invaded by a British force under General Sir Ralph Abercromby. Port of Spain remained the capital; the new British colonial government renamed most of the streets after British royalty or military figures. Trinidad has a rich tapestry of cultures which create occasions for celebrations beyond many's expectations for a small Caribbean island; thus there is much to see and do after work hours in Port of Spain, even long after the annual Carnival celebration.

Trinidad Highlights and Scenic Drive

4 hours  |  $325 TT  /  $50 US

Visit Trinidad’s highlights on this comprehensive, half-day guided tour.  You’ll pass by the lighthouse, the striking Parliament building known as the Red House as well as the “Magnificent Seven”, a row of imposing colonial houses originally built at the turn of the century as private residences.

Continuing around the Queens Park Savannah, you’ll make a brief stop at the tropical Botanical Gardens, a cool shady enclave of exotic trees and tropical flowers. Then it’s a short drive to Lady Young Lookout for an excellent panoramic view of Port of Spain. 

Departing, you’ll head for Santa Cruz Valley with its endless cocoa and coffee plantations. The drive through this valley is approximately 20 minutes and from here we continuing along the scenic North Coast Road, you will take in a panoramic view at Maracas Lookout followed by a brief stop at Maracas Beach, Trinidad’s most beautiful and popular, before returning to the ship.

City Highlights & Rum Distillery

4 hours  |  $425 TT  /  $65 US

Following a brief tour of Port of Spain which includes a drive through the capital of Port of Spain passing all the main points of interest; including the House of Parliament, President's House, Queen's Park Savannah, and a walk through Botanical Gardens, you will arrive at the House of Angostura.

This is the home of Trinidad’s foremost rum producers.  A guided tour of this distillery takes you through the various stages of the manufacturing processes of two of the Caribbean’s finest brands of rum - Fernandes and Old Oak.  Of course our own world famous Angostura Bitters is also manufactured here.  The ingredients in the process are a well- guarded secret.  At the end of the tour enjoy a sample of the varied blends and rum products produced by the distillery.

Trinidad Highlights and Scenic Drive

4 hours  |  $325 TT  /  $50 US

Visit Trinidad’s highlights on this comprehensive, half-day guided tour.  You’ll pass by the lighthouse, the striking Parliament building known as the Red House as well as the “Magnificent Seven”, a row of imposing colonial houses originally built at the turn of the century as private residences.

Continuing around the Queens Park Savannah, you’ll make a brief stop at the tropical Botanical Gardens, a cool shady enclave of exotic trees and tropical flowers. Then it’s a short drive to Lady Young Lookout for an excellent panoramic view of Port of Spain. 

Departing, you’ll head for Santa Cruz Valley with its endless cocoa and coffee plantations. The drive through this valley is approximately 20 minutes and from here we continuing along the scenic North Coast Road, you will take in a panoramic view at Maracas Lookout followed by a brief stop at Maracas Beach, Trinidad’s most beautiful and popular, before returning to the ship.

City Highlights & Rum Distillery

4 hours  |  $425 TT  /  $65 US

Following a brief tour of Port of Spain which includes a drive through the capital of Port of Spain passing all the main points of interest; including the House of Parliament, President's House, Queen's Park Savannah, and a walk through Botanical Gardens, you will arrive at the House of Angostura.

This is the home of Trinidad’s foremost rum producers.  A guided tour of this distillery takes you through the various stages of the manufacturing processes of two of the Caribbean’s finest brands of rum - Fernandes and Old Oak.  Of course our own world famous Angostura Bitters is also manufactured here.  The ingredients in the process are a well- guarded secret.  At the end of the tour enjoy a sample of the varied blends and rum products produced by the distillery.

Trinidad Jeep

Adventure

4 hours  |  $615 TT  /  $95 US

On this tour you would have an opportunity of visiting places rarely visited by the local population. Start your day off by taking a short 15 minutes bus ride to the Town of Maraval and board our 4 X 4 Jeep Adventure tour and ascend to the Paramin hillside.

Here you would have a firsthand experience of this rich agriculture landmass where farmers plant all of the local herbs used in our everyday cooking while having a panoramic breathtaking view only accessible by four-wheel vehicles and is noted as one of  the highest mountain village in the entire Caribbean. This would also be our first stop where we take a walk through the village and let the locals share with you how they grow their herbs and prepare them for market. You even get a chance to visit the Paramin mountainside river. From here we continue along the hilly north coast road descending along the Maracas Royal Road towards the Maracas lookout making our second stop and continue to Maracas Beach for a swim and walk along the white sandy bay and even before pressing on.

Covigne River Hike

4.5 hours  |  $615 TT  /  $95 US

We depart from the port and make our way along the scenic west coast shoreline to Chaguaramas where we enter the Covigne Road and begin our hike within the Covigne River Trail that is an extension of the Nutmeg Vale Tour. Hiking up a branch of the Cuesa River, the trail takes you through cocoa, coffee and nutmeg plantations, a twisting gorge, and up a waterfall to a cool green pool where you can bathe.

On this tour you are actually going to walk through parts of the river and wetting is a must, so please walk with the necessary clothing. There would be time for a swim at the Covigne waterfall. Afterwards we make our way back to the transport for our return journey back to the port.

Trinidad Jeep

Adventure

4 hours  |  $615 TT  /  $95 US

On this tour you would have an opportunity of visiting places rarely visited by the local population. Start your day off by taking a short 15 minutes bus ride to the Town of Maraval and board our 4 X 4 Jeep Adventure tour and ascend to the Paramin hillside.

Here you would have a firsthand experience of this rich agriculture landmass where farmers plant all of the local herbs used in our everyday cooking while having a panoramic breathtaking view only accessible by four-wheel vehicles and is noted as one of  the highest mountain village in the entire Caribbean. This would also be our first stop where we take a walk through the village and let the locals share with you how they grow their herbs and prepare them for market. You even get a chance to visit the Paramin mountainside river. From here we continue along the hilly north coast road descending along the Maracas Royal Road towards the Maracas lookout making our second stop and continue to Maracas Beach for a swim and walk along the white sandy bay and even before pressing on.

Covigne River Hike

4.5 hours  |  $615 TT  /  $95 US

We depart from the port and make our way along the scenic west coast shoreline to Chaguaramas where we enter the Covigne Road and begin our hike within the Covigne River Trail that is an extension of the Nutmeg Vale Tour. Hiking up a branch of the Cuesa River, the trail takes you through cocoa, coffee and nutmeg plantations, a twisting gorge, and up a waterfall to a cool green pool where you can bathe.

On this tour you are actually going to walk through parts of the river and wetting is a must, so please walk with the necessary clothing. There would be time for a swim at the Covigne waterfall. Afterwards we make our way back to the transport for our return journey back to the port.

 

 

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ST. LUCIA

Welcome to St. Lucia! Where can you wake up to a symphony of birds and drive through a volcano? Only on St. Lucia! St. Lucia stands apart from the rest of the Caribbean islands thanks to its varied landscape of gorgeous palm-fringed beaches, miles of unspoiled rainforest, and the majestic Piton Mountains and diverse culture and cuisine, which is distinguished by African, Indian, Caribbean, British, Spanish and French influences. You can explore everything from the Piton Mountains and rainforest to the Sulphur Springs of Soufriere and the Caribbean coral reef on this 238 square-mile island in paradise. There are so many ways to enjoy St. Lucia!

Island Delights & Paradise Beach

4 hours  |  $290 TT  /  $45 US

Spend a half day with our friendly and knowledgeable guides who will take you to the most interesting parts of North of the island, for a fabulous view of the city, the quaint communities, modern homes and the ocean front. The tour ends with the option to take a refreshing dip in the pristine waters of the Caribbean Sea.

Experience the historical sites and vibrant island life of St. Lucia on this complete sightseeing tour with fabulous views of the north of the island. Setting off from Castries, you will embark on a scenic drive to the northern tip of the island.  View the popular resort of Rodney Bay and the Rodney Bay Marina, one of the island’s international yachting marinas.  You’ll continue through the old fishing village of Gros- Islet, which is where the first priests of the island settled in 1749 but now more popularly known for its Friday night jump-up festivity.

Fun n Sun Catamaran Tour

3 hours  |  $390 TT  /  $60 US

Escape the highways and take to the sea on a catamaran to a secluded beach.  Be away from crown and relax on the beach on a beautiful Caribbean day. 

This is a fantastic half day tour! Spread your towel, apply your sunscreen and be relaxed by the refreshing breeze swiping off the Caribbean Sea as your catamaran sail along the island West coastline heading to view the secluded Francois’s beach.  Step off the boat and stroll along the beach and find that prefect spot on the beach under the  trees, stroll along the rugged coastline of the island or swim in the crystal clear waters of the Caribbean Sea and enjoy some local snacks. It tour offers you that moment of meditation or your day for Sun, Fun and more… Come join us!

Island Delights & Paradise Beach

4 hours  |  $290 TT  /  $45 US

Spend a half day with our friendly and knowledgeable guides who will take you to the most interesting parts of North of the island, for a fabulous view of the city, the quaint communities, modern homes and the ocean front. The tour ends with the option to take a refreshing dip in the pristine waters of the Caribbean Sea.

Experience the historical sites and vibrant island life of St. Lucia on this complete sightseeing tour with fabulous views of the north of the island. Setting off from Castries, you will embark on a scenic drive to the northern tip of the island.  View the popular resort of Rodney Bay and the Rodney Bay Marina, one of the island’s international yachting marinas.  You’ll continue through the old fishing village of Gros- Islet, which is where the first priests of the island settled in 1749 but now more popularly known for its Friday night jump-up festivity.

Fun n Sun Catamaran Tour

3 hours  |  $390 TT  /  $60 US

Escape the highways and take to the sea on a catamaran to a secluded beach.  Be away from crown and relax on the beach on a beautiful Caribbean day. 

This is a fantastic half day tour! Spread your towel, apply your sunscreen and be relaxed by the refreshing breeze swiping off the Caribbean Sea as your catamaran sail along the island West coastline heading to view the secluded Francois’s beach.  Step off the boat and stroll along the beach and find that prefect spot on the beach under the  trees, stroll along the rugged coastline of the island or swim in the crystal clear waters of the Caribbean Sea and enjoy some local snacks. It tour offers you that moment of meditation or your day for Sun, Fun and more… Come join us!

Soufrere & Volcano Excursion

5 hours  |  $420 TT  /  $65 US

The bus first passes through the bustling city of Castries which consists of the colourful market place and the Basilica of the Immaculate Conception Cathedral, with its magnificent paintings, completed by our famous local artist, Dunstan St. Omer. A panoramic view of the island can then be seen from Morne Fortune before you travel through the lush Cul de Sac and Roseau banana plantations on to picturesque Marigot Bay of movie fame.

 Continuing your scenic drive along a winding road on the edge of a rainforest, where there is an abundance of tropical flowers and trees, you then reach the town of Soufriere. Here, the dramatic Pitons, rising more than 760 meters (2,500 feet), tower over the entire area. You will enjoy a short guided visit of the Sulphur Springs, the Caribbean's only ‘drive-in volcano’, so called as you can drive right into the crater to see bubbling pools letting off steam.

Made In St. Lucia Shopping Tour

4 hours  |  $260 TT  /  $40 US

The Castries Shopping Tour takes you to visit the city and offers you the opportunity to purchase a wide variety of St. Lucia handcrafts, souvenirs, t-shirts and a lot more.  St. Lucia is the best place to find excellent prices.  Shop, save and discover St. Lucia!

Our exclusive private shopping tour will take you to Castries, where you'll see the sights of the downtown, stop at the famous Castries Market, visit the downtown areas. Winding up the hills, your next stop is at Eudovic’s Art Studio, a meet one of St. Lucia’s foremost sculptors. Examine the craftsmanship of his wooden carving and you may even wish to purchase one of his unique pieces.

Continue the scenic drive to the Rodney bay on the island’s North coast for your shopping spree at the island’s newest Mall – Bay Walk.  Your private tour guide will show you the best places for great deals.

Soufrere & Volcano Excursion

5 hours  |  $420 TT  /  $65 US

The bus first passes through the bustling city of Castries which consists of the colourful market place and the Basilica of the Immaculate Conception Cathedral, with its magnificent paintings, completed by our famous local artist, Dunstan St. Omer. A panoramic view of the island can then be seen from Morne Fortune before you travel through the lush Cul de Sac and Roseau banana plantations on to picturesque Marigot Bay of movie fame.

 Continuing your scenic drive along a winding road on the edge of a rainforest, where there is an abundance of tropical flowers and trees, you then reach the town of Soufriere. Here, the dramatic Pitons, rising more than 760 meters (2,500 feet), tower over the entire area. You will enjoy a short guided visit of the Sulphur Springs, the Caribbean's only ‘drive-in volcano’, so called as you can drive right into the crater to see bubbling pools letting off steam.

Made In St. Lucia Shopping Tour

4 hours  |  $260 TT  /  $40 US

The Castries Shopping Tour takes you to visit the city and offers you the opportunity to purchase a wide variety of St. Lucia handcrafts, souvenirs, t-shirts and a lot more.  St. Lucia is the best place to find excellent prices.  Shop, save and discover St. Lucia!

Our exclusive private shopping tour will take you to Castries, where you'll see the sights of the downtown, stop at the famous Castries Market, visit the downtown areas. Winding up the hills, your next stop is at Eudovic’s Art Studio, a meet one of St. Lucia’s foremost sculptors. Examine the craftsmanship of his wooden carving and you may even wish to purchase one of his unique pieces.

Continue the scenic drive to the Rodney bay on the island’s North coast for your shopping spree at the island’s newest Mall – Bay Walk.  Your private tour guide will show you the best places for great deals.

 

 

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MARGARITA

Christopher Columbus became the first European to arrive on Isla Margarita in 1498. The local natives were the Guaiqueries people. The coast of the island was abundant in pearls, which represented almost a third of all New World tribute to the Spanish Crown. Isla Margarita was fortified against the increasing threat of pirate attacks, and some fortifications remain today. In 1561, the island was seized by Lope de Aguirre, a notoriously violent and rebellious conquistador. Around 1675 the island was captured again, this time by Red Legs Greaves, a pirate known for his humanity and morality. The island gained independence from the Spanish in 1814.

Margarita Colonial History Tour w/ Resort Pass

6.5 hours  |  $360 TT  /  $55 US

Take this opportunity to discover the history of Isla Margarita, on a comprehensive half-day tour. The first stop will be at the religious capital of the Island “El Valle del Espiritu Santo” which main attractions are: the Neo- gothic Sanctuary, home to the shrine of the “Virgin of the Valley” (patron of the Island and eastern Venezuela), the adjacent Colonial House and the Museum Santiago Marino.

After that, you will stop in La Asuncion, capital of the Nueva Esparta Estate and home of the Cathedral of “Nuestra Señora de la Asuncion”. This ancient church, built in the 16th century, is a fascinating example of early colonial architecture. Also, in La Asuncion, you will visit the Fort of Santa Rosa, scenery of important battles and where illustrious Venezuelan’s heroes were jailed. A highlight will be the breathtaking view of the Island from the fort. From La Asuncion, you make a short visit to La Aldea, a souvenir shop with Venezuelan’s arts and crafts from different regions. After this interesting history tour you will have a couple of hours to relax at the resort.

Coche Island Adventure

4.5 hours  |  $360 TT  /  $55 US

Cubagua is the smallest Island of the Nueva Esparta State, with an extension of 23 square km. Our day tour to Cubagua starts from a beach located less than 2 km from the port. Here we will go aboard our 36’ boat and after 45 min of smooth navigation we will reach the island of Cubagua, and if weather conditions permit it we will stop at a small coral reef for snorkeling.

Later we anchor next to a ferry-boat that sunk there 22 years ago. This is a perfect place for snorkeling and to admire the variety of fish & corals. We will stay here about 30 min before we continue passing by close to the coastline until we arrive at the beach. Enjoy a bath in the sea or a beach walk looking for shells. At noon we will have a cold lunch on board, consisting of roast beef, salad, bread, and fruits as dessert. During the day you will have refreshments and beer served on board!

Margarita Colonial History Tour w/ Resort Pass

6.5 hours  |  $360 TT  /  $55 US

Take this opportunity to discover the history of Isla Margarita, on a comprehensive half-day tour. The first stop will be at the religious capital of the Island “El Valle del Espiritu Santo” which main attractions are: the Neo- gothic Sanctuary, home to the shrine of the “Virgin of the Valley” (patron of the Island and eastern Venezuela), the adjacent Colonial House and the Museum Santiago Marino.

After that, you will stop in La Asuncion, capital of the Nueva Esparta Estate and home of the Cathedral of “Nuestra Señora de la Asuncion”. This ancient church, built in the 16th century, is a fascinating example of early colonial architecture. Also, in La Asuncion, you will visit the Fort of Santa Rosa, scenery of important battles and where illustrious Venezuelan’s heroes were jailed. A highlight will be the breathtaking view of the Island from the fort. From La Asuncion, you make a short visit to La Aldea, a souvenir shop with Venezuelan’s arts and crafts from different regions. After this interesting history tour you will have a couple of hours to relax at the resort.

Coche Island Adventure

4.5 hours  |  $360 TT  /  $55 US

Cubagua is the smallest Island of the Nueva Esparta State, with an extension of 23 square km. Our day tour to Cubagua starts from a beach located less than 2 km from the port. Here we will go aboard our 36’ boat and after 45 min of smooth navigation we will reach the island of Cubagua, and if weather conditions permit it we will stop at a small coral reef for snorkeling.

Later we anchor next to a ferry-boat that sunk there 22 years ago. This is a perfect place for snorkeling and to admire the variety of fish & corals. We will stay here about 30 min before we continue passing by close to the coastline until we arrive at the beach. Enjoy a bath in the sea or a beach walk looking for shells. At noon we will have a cold lunch on board, consisting of roast beef, salad, bread, and fruits as dessert. During the day you will have refreshments and beer served on board!

Dolphin Encounter

3 hours  |  $620 TT  /  $95 US

Drive from the port to the park for approximately 45 minutes. Once at the park you will go for an introductory lecture or to watch an informative video on the activity. After that you will be taken into the pool where you will be given instructions by a specialized trainer. The activity will continue with your first encounter with the dolphins. The first 10 min., they will get to know you by allowing you to touch them.

After that you can enjoy the experience of playing with them for about 20min. Please note that the instructors command all the activities. Before entering the pool you will be requested to sign a waiver or a responsibility release by the park managers. The adventure will include a shopping visit to the popular Sambil Mall so that clients can spend some time shopping after the dolphin activity.

Kayaking in Restinga National Park

4.5 hours  |  $425 TT  /  $65 US

Our trip will Start from the port of Guamache; making a quick stop for the toilet facilities before entering the lagoons of the national park of la Restinga. Upon arrival there will be a short briefing of 10 minutes where you will be instructed by a professional guide about the wild life that it will be seen through the trip, including the safety instructions as well as kayak instructions.

 Once the instructions are given, the passengers can have a variety of refreshments and various liquids. Our kayak trip has an approximately duration of 2 hours including periodic stops of about 15 minutes total and a brunch which includes a jam and cheese sandwich, a power bar, and cookies. We will be kayaking through lagoons, channels, and tunnels, appreciating all of the different wildlife that includes birds, fishes, starfish, crabs, & more.

Dolphin Encounter

3 hours  |  $620 TT  /  $95 US

Drive from the port to the park for approximately 45 minutes. Once at the park you will go for an introductory lecture or to watch an informative video on the activity. After that you will be taken into the pool where you will be given instructions by a specialized trainer. The activity will continue with your first encounter with the dolphins. The first 10 min., they will get to know you by allowing you to touch them.

After that you can enjoy the experience of playing with them for about 20min. Please note that the instructors command all the activities. Before entering the pool you will be requested to sign a waiver or a responsibility release by the park managers. The adventure will include a shopping visit to the popular Sambil Mall so that clients can spend some time shopping after the dolphin activity.

Kayaking in Restinga National Park

4.5 hours  |  $425 TT  /  $65 US

Our trip will Start from the port of Guamache; making a quick stop for the toilet facilities before entering the lagoons of the national park of la Restinga. Upon arrival there will be a short briefing of 10 minutes where you will be instructed by a professional guide about the wild life that it will be seen through the trip, including the safety instructions as well as kayak instructions.

 Once the instructions are given, the passengers can have a variety of refreshments and various liquids. Our kayak trip has an approximately duration of 2 hours including periodic stops of about 15 minutes total and a brunch which includes a jam and cheese sandwich, a power bar, and cookies. We will be kayaking through lagoons, channels, and tunnels, appreciating all of the different wildlife that includes birds, fishes, starfish, crabs, & more.

Land Cruiser 4x4 Adventure

6 hours  |  $325 TT  /  $50 US

Explore the natural beauties of the Macanao Peninsula in a modern Land Cruiser with A/C. You will start with a 35 min boat ride through the mangrove forest of La Restinga lagoon to continue with a 45 min of an easy oriented walk through the dry forest of Macanao, getting to know the typical plants, fruits and trees of the region and to enjoy the variety of birds of the area.

After that, you will have time to relax at the Virgin Beach of La Auyama, where you will have the chance to enjoy the Caribbean Sea and Mountains of white sands. Enjoy complimentary rum, beer and soft drinks throughout the day, as well as typical fruits and Lunch.

Land Cruiser 4x4 Adventure

6 hours  |  $325 TT  /  $50 US

Explore the natural beauties of the Macanao Peninsula in a modern Land Cruiser with A/C. You will start with a 35 min boat ride through the mangrove forest of La Restinga lagoon to continue with a 45 min of an easy oriented walk through the dry forest of Macanao, getting to know the typical plants, fruits and trees of the region and to enjoy the variety of birds of the area.

After that, you will have time to relax at the Virgin Beach of La Auyama, where you will have the chance to enjoy the Caribbean Sea and Mountains of white sands. Enjoy complimentary rum, beer and soft drinks throughout the day, as well as typical fruits and Lunch.

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GRENADA

St. George's was founded by the French in 1650. In 1666, a wooden fortification was constructed by French colonists on a promontory overlooking Grenada's natural harbour and named Fort Royale. In 1705, work started on a new star fort on the same site, with four stone-built bastions. On the 1 November 1775 there was a fire in the town of St. George's known as the great fire of St George's. After the great fire of 1771, most of the boarding houses on Granby Street were moved to Gouyave.

 

 

 

 

Starwind" Sailing & Snorkeling Adventure

3 hours  |  $350 TT  /  $60 US

A relaxing, all-inclusive catamaran excursion along Grenada’s picturesque coastline aboard “Star Wind 5”- a spacious, 60-foot catamaran. We would like to offer our passengers the opportunity to experience our “Star Wind Snorkeling Adventure” - a great way to enjoy the beauty that Grenada has to offer...above & below. This three-hour excursion departs from the St. George’s Harbour; we will sail north along Grenada’s west coast to Flamingo Bay for snorkeling.

There passengers can enjoy the breathtaking underwater world of the Caribbean Sea.  After snorkeling, we will head south to one of Grenada’s beautiful white sand beaches where guests can swim or simply relax & enjoy paradise. Star Wind 5 will then make its way back to the Port in St. George’s. During this all-inclusive cruise, sandwiches are being provided.  Beverages are unlimited and include rum punch, fruit punch & soft drinks.   For those passengers who prefer to stay out of the sun, Star Wind 5 has an awning which provides shade for approximately two-thirds of the boat while anchored.

Since Star Wind 5 can pull up onto any beach, guests only have to walk in ankle-deep water to disembark/embark the boat. First Impressions “Snorkeling Adventure” provides its passengers with a unique experience that combines the sun, sea & sand with the opportunity to learn a little bit of Grenada’s history.

Adventure River Tubing

3.5 hours  |  $425 TT  /  $65 US

Balthazar River ‘aint named Grenada’s GREAT RIVER for notting’. Fed from sources located deep in the island’s interior, this river is nestled between exotic tropical rainforest, flora and fauna.  Our river tubing guest will experience, “a thrill of a life time!” The tour starts with a 45 minute drive out of the town of St. George’s through the scenic hilly interior of the Grand Etang Rainforest Reserve and on to the Balthazar Estate.  The drive brings you t the launch site for the safety briefing. After the briefing you will be provided with your life vest, modified inner tube and a paddle before getting into the river. 

Wet, wild and wonderful from the word go, with everyone in the water, your guides will accompany you on the journey, gently spinning and swirling in the currents of the river, as you take in the exotic scenery of tropical vegetation and wildlife, at the same time. A thrilling ride down the river, stopping only in the pools along the way to catch your breath. Then finally at the last pool, an opportunity for a swim before you enjoy a much deserved Rum Punch or glass of local fruit juice before returning to your ship. Tour Duration: Approximate: 3 – 3 ½ hrs. (Including transportation to the Launch Site)

Please Also Note: Age Limit for this tour 6 years and over. This tour is unsuitable for the physically challenged & during pregnancy.

Starwind" Sailing & Snorkeling Adventure

3 hours  |  $350 TT  /  $60 US

A relaxing, all-inclusive catamaran excursion along Grenada’s picturesque coastline aboard “Star Wind 5”- a spacious, 60-foot catamaran. We would like to offer our passengers the opportunity to experience our “Star Wind Snorkeling Adventure” - a great way to enjoy the beauty that Grenada has to offer...above & below. This three-hour excursion departs from the St. George’s Harbour; we will sail north along Grenada’s west coast to Flamingo Bay for snorkeling.

There passengers can enjoy the breathtaking underwater world of the Caribbean Sea.  After snorkeling, we will head south to one of Grenada’s beautiful white sand beaches where guests can swim or simply relax & enjoy paradise. Star Wind 5 will then make its way back to the Port in St. George’s. During this all-inclusive cruise, sandwiches are being provided.  Beverages are unlimited and include rum punch, fruit punch & soft drinks.   For those passengers who prefer to stay out of the sun, Star Wind 5 has an awning which provides shade for approximately two-thirds of the boat while anchored.

Since Star Wind 5 can pull up onto any beach, guests only have to walk in ankle-deep water to disembark/embark the boat. First Impressions “Snorkeling Adventure” provides its passengers with a unique experience that combines the sun, sea & sand with the opportunity to learn a little bit of Grenada’s history.

Adventure River Tubing

3.5 hours  |  $425 TT  /  $65 US

Balthazar River ‘aint named Grenada’s GREAT RIVER for notting’. Fed from sources located deep in the island’s interior, this river is nestled between exotic tropical rainforest, flora and fauna.  Our river tubing guest will experience, “a thrill of a life time!” The tour starts with a 45 minute drive out of the town of St. George’s through the scenic hilly interior of the Grand Etang Rainforest Reserve and on to the Balthazar Estate.  The drive brings you t the launch site for the safety briefing. After the briefing you will be provided with your life vest, modified inner tube and a paddle before getting into the river. 

Wet, wild and wonderful from the word go, with everyone in the water, your guides will accompany you on the journey, gently spinning and swirling in the currents of the river, as you take in the exotic scenery of tropical vegetation and wildlife, at the same time. A thrilling ride down the river, stopping only in the pools along the way to catch your breath. Then finally at the last pool, an opportunity for a swim before you enjoy a much deserved Rum Punch or glass of local fruit juice before returning to your ship. Tour Duration: Approximate: 3 – 3 ½ hrs. (Including transportation to the Launch Site)

Please Also Note: Age Limit for this tour 6 years and over. This tour is unsuitable for the physically challenged & during pregnancy.

Candy, Spice & Rum Experience

3 hours  |  $295 TT  /  $45 US

With a brief tour of Grenada’s quaint old city of St. George, you will set out on this most interesting tour of a fruit confectionery, a Spice Garden and a Rum Factory once a sugar factory. Three and a half miles from St. George lies the De La Grenade Industries, a family owned producer of jams and jellies made from guava; ‘the prize winning’ Nutmeg Syrup and De La Grenade Liqueur all made from Nutmeg.

On walking out, you will certainly take one of their many assorted gift baskets. In a matter of minutes you will find yourself engulfed in the aroma of every spice that is grown on the Spice Isle. The Laura Herb and Spice Garden is just what the name says it is: a herb garden that has herbs and medicinal plants, some of which are exported for use in patent medicines and in Caribbean and International cuisine.

Fun names like, Shado Bennie and Jump Up and Kiss Me are local medicinal plants of which many uses are found. Cocoa, Nutmeg, Mace, Pimento, Cinnamon, Vanilla, Turmeric, Cloves…….mmmm Spices. Continue to Westerhall Estates, which produces the islands leading rums and sample their exotic blends before your return to port.

Candy, Spice & Rum Experience

3 hours  |  $295 TT  /  $45 US

With a brief tour of Grenada’s quaint old city of St. George, you will set out on this most interesting tour of a fruit confectionery, a Spice Garden and a Rum Factory once a sugar factory. Three and a half miles from St. George lies the De La Grenade Industries, a family owned producer of jams and jellies made from guava; ‘the prize winning’ Nutmeg Syrup and De La Grenade Liqueur all made from Nutmeg.

On walking out, you will certainly take one of their many assorted gift baskets. In a matter of minutes you will find yourself engulfed in the aroma of every spice that is grown on the Spice Isle. The Laura Herb and Spice Garden is just what the name says it is: a herb garden that has herbs and medicinal plants, some of which are exported for use in patent medicines and in Caribbean and International cuisine.

Fun names like, Shado Bennie and Jump Up and Kiss Me are local medicinal plants of which many uses are found. Cocoa, Nutmeg, Mace, Pimento, Cinnamon, Vanilla, Turmeric, Cloves…….mmmm Spices. Continue to Westerhall Estates, which produces the islands leading rums and sample their exotic blends before your return to port.

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BEQUIA

Welcome to Bequia… a relaxed and friendly Caribbean island with an international flair, tailor-made for sailing enthusiasts, beach lovers and honeymooners. Enjoy white sand beaches, sheltered bays, turquoise seas and a selection of excellent restaurants and bars. Don’t miss our world famous Easter Regatta. Visit magnificent Admiralty Bay, and explore the wonderful Belmont Walkway, enjoy the party atmosphere of our world famous Easter Regatta and the Bequia Music Fest. Discover the amazing craftsmanship of our model boat builders, take a water taxi ride to one of our beautiful beaches, try snorkeling or scuba diving, go turtle watching. Whatever you do, you are sure to have great fun on Bequia.

 

 

 

 

Scenes of Bequia with Beach

3.5 hours

$290 TT  /  $45 US

Your tour begins with a drive through the harbour and villages, to the old fort at Hamilton. The guides will explain the significance of this area in the island’s history. Hamilton Fort provides a wonderful opportunity for a photo of your ship, nestled in Admiralty Bay and against the backdrop of Princess Margaret Beach. 

From here you take a scenic drive to the southern section of Bequia. Known to the locals as ‘South Side’, the area is steeped in history. Hear narrations of the glory days of whaling, as your guide points out the important sites which make up a major part of Bequia’s history & heritage.  From here too, the island of Mustique, home of the rich and famous is plainly visible.  The driver will then take you to the stunning Lower Bay Beach. The second longest beach on the island, the scenes from Lower Bay are simply superb. Here you will be offered a refreshing drink after which the time is yours to swim, beachcomb, laze on the sand or walk along the beach to your heart’s content.

Caribbean Sail and Snorkel

1 hour

$290 TT  /  $45 US

A lovely white catamaran will take you away on a tour of the southern section of Bequia. Two lovely beaches will beckon as you glide past, bobbing and weaving your way through the yachts and boats anchored in the bays. Your first stop will be a photo op at Moonhole.

This community was built in the 1960’s by an American who tired of the cosmopolitan way of life and decided to live mostly off the grid. The result was a set of homes built in the style of Frank Lloyd Wright or more-so, the Flintstones – truly a must-see! You will then continue along the south coast where you will see the islands and cays central to the whaling story. You will also see the fishing community with its colourful boats, and gaze upon Mustique, island of the jet-set. Your captain will then choose your snorkel spot. Slip into the Caribbean Sea to see the amazing under-water world teeming with fish and other marine life.

Scenes of Bequia with Beach

3.5 hours

$290 TT  /  $45 US

Your tour begins with a drive through the harbour and villages, to the old fort at Hamilton. The guides will explain the significance of this area in the island’s history. Hamilton Fort provides a wonderful opportunity for a photo of your ship, nestled in Admiralty Bay and against the backdrop of Princess Margaret Beach. 

From here you take a scenic drive to the southern section of Bequia. Known to the locals as ‘South Side’, the area is steeped in history. Hear narrations of the glory days of whaling, as your guide points out the important sites which make up a major part of Bequia’s history & heritage.  From here too, the island of Mustique, home of the rich and famous is plainly visible.  The driver will then take you to the stunning Lower Bay Beach. The second longest beach on the island, the scenes from Lower Bay are simply superb. Here you will be offered a refreshing drink after which the time is yours to swim, beachcomb, laze on the sand or walk along the beach to your heart’s content.

Caribbean Sail and Snorkel

1 hour

$290 TT  /  $45 US

A lovely white catamaran will take you away on a tour of the southern section of Bequia. Two lovely beaches will beckon as you glide past, bobbing and weaving your way through the yachts and boats anchored in the bays. Your first stop will be a photo op at Moonhole.

This community was built in the 1960’s by an American who tired of the cosmopolitan way of life and decided to live mostly off the grid. The result was a set of homes built in the style of Frank Lloyd Wright or more-so, the Flintstones – truly a must-see! You will then continue along the south coast where you will see the islands and cays central to the whaling story. You will also see the fishing community with its colourful boats, and gaze upon Mustique, island of the jet-set. Your captain will then choose your snorkel spot. Slip into the Caribbean Sea to see the amazing under-water world teeming with fish and other marine life.

Turtle Sanctuary

1 hour

$290 TT  /  $45 US

No trip to Bequia is complete without a trip to the Old Hegg Turtle Sanctuary. Orton King has been tending his precious hawksbill turtles in a desperate attempt to help save them from extinction. Hear him tell of what inspired him to begin such great work and his dreams and aspirations for the local marine conservation effort. He will educate you what has become his passion: The difference between a tortoise and a turtle? Ask this and any other questions you may have.

He will be able to answer. Scenic beauty abounds on the island. See the beautiful flowers on the roadside waving gaily as you pass. All too soon, your trip is ended and you are returned to the pier having played your part in helping to conserve our amazing natural environment.

Turtle Sanctuary

1 hour

$290 TT  /  $45 US

No trip to Bequia is complete without a trip to the Old Hegg Turtle Sanctuary. Orton King has been tending his precious hawksbill turtles in a desperate attempt to help save them from extinction. Hear him tell of what inspired him to begin such great work and his dreams and aspirations for the local marine conservation effort. He will educate you what has become his passion: The difference between a tortoise and a turtle? Ask this and any other questions you may have.

He will be able to answer. Scenic beauty abounds on the island. See the beautiful flowers on the roadside waving gaily as you pass. All too soon, your trip is ended and you are returned to the pier having played your part in helping to conserve our amazing natural environment.

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