Your adventure starts with a five-night retreat at the prestigious TRS Cap Cana Waterfront & Marina Hotel, renowned for its rivalled luxury and pristine surroundings. You will then set sail to remarkable destinations such as Aruba, St. Lucia, Barbados and more, as you immerse yourself in the awe-inspiring beauty of the Caribbean. Discover picture-perfect beaches, embark on exciting snorkelling adventures, and soak up the vibrant local culture and flavours in every port of call.
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Fly from the UK to Dominican Republic.
On arrival, take your private transfer to the five-star TRS Cap Cana Waterfront & Marina Hotel for a five-night stay.
Take your private transfer to the port and embark Norwegian Sky for your nine-night Caribbean cruise. Depart Dominican Republic
Incredibly white sands and cobalt blue seas make the small island of Aruba a popular destination. In the bustling freeport town of Oranjestad, sherbet-coloured Dutch colonial buildings, draped in bougainvillea, oleander and hibiscus are simply picturesque. Small, but informative museums relate the island’s history. Looking for a cruise to Aruba? Check out our selection of Caribbean cruises.
Walk around this quaint harbour town and you’ll think you’ve travelled back in time to Old Amsterdam. Admire the colourful Dutch architecture and take advantage of the excellent shopping. Relax on 17-century veranda with a drink made with the famous Curaçao liqueur. Looking for a cruise to Willemstad? Check out our selection of Caribbean cruises.
Speak Papiamentu? That’s OK. English and Dutch are also used in Kralendijk, the capital of Bonaire, an island nestled in the Caribbean Netherlands. This spot offers an abundance of water activities from coral reef diving to kayaking, catamaran sailing and 4X4 safari adventures. Looking for a cruise to Bonaire? Check out our selection of Caribbean cruises.
The capital of Grenada is as foot-friendly a city as they come. In the heart of the city is bustling Market Square. Once used for slave trading and political rallies, today you’ll find farmers and vendors selling the fruits of their labor – literally. From fresh, local produce, herbs and spices such as nutmeg, ginger and cocoa to original arts & crafts. There’s also no shortage of history here. Built in 1704 by the French, Grenada’s National Museum is one of the oldest structures in town. Then there’s historic Anglican Church constructed in 1825. If you prefer discovering treasures of a tropical kind, you’ll find the perfect little paradise at St. George’s Harbour.
The most British of all the Caribbean islands, games of cricket are as common here as the typical island water sports. Visit the third-oldest Parliament in the entire Commonwealth. Stroll the inviting beaches of Carlisle Bay, tour a rum factory, or visit the historical Garrison area. Bridgetown is the only city outside continental North America that George Washington visited. The George Washington House, the actual house where he stayed, is now part of the Garrison Historic Area. View Shopping Guide (Current shopping maps available onboard.) Looking for a cruise to Barbados? Check out our selection of Caribbean cruises.
A mecca for outdoor enthusiasts with thriving coral reefs and rain forest preserves. Explore the world’s only drive-in volcanic crater at Sulfur Springs. Visit the Diamond Botanical Gardens and Falls and the Morne Coubaril Estate. Looking for a cruise to St. Lucia? Check out our selection of Caribbean cruises.
Although founded by the French in 1627, St. Kitts is a very British paradise where cricket and tea are the norm. The dramatic mixed island landscape is rimmed in gold-sand beaches and dotted with well-preserved plantations left over from when the island was covered with sugar cane. View Shopping Guide (Current shopping maps available onboard.) Looking for a cruise to St. Kitts? Check out our selection of Caribbean cruises.
Discovered by Christopher Columbus himself in 1493, this exotic, peaceful island is home to both towering mahogany trees and white-sand beaches. The region offers a challenging hike that extends 1,780 feet up Sage Mountain. A great spot for great birdwatching and breathtaking views of Tortola and neighbouring islands. Looking for a cruise to Tortola? Check out our selection of Caribbean cruises.
Disembark in Punta Cana and take your private transfer to the airport for your return overnight flight to the UK.