13 night Miami & Southern Caribbean Fly, Stay & Cruise Adventure
6th December 2016
from €1639 per person sharing
Return flights from Dublin to Miami with Virgin Airlines
3 night stay in Doubletree Grand Biscayne Bay Hotel with breakfast
Free Everglades Airboat Adventure tour (with hotel pick up/drop off)
Transfer from hotel to cruise port
9 night Southern Caribbean Cruise onboard Royal Caribbean’s Navigator of the Seas sailing from Miami featuring Labadee, Curocao, Aruba & Bonaire
Return airport transfers
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Curacao, Netherlands Antilles
The simplicity of this colorful island makes it one of the most delightful Ports of the Caribbean. City and island tours are available, highlighting the island's liqueur distillery. Travelers exploring on their own will want to view the Queen Emma Floating Bridge and visit the floating market where brightly painted schooners are laden with exotic fruits and vegetables. The island's crystalline waters are also home to the Caribbean's largest protected underwater park, with coral reefs stretching for miles.
Bonaire, Netherlands Antilles
Sitting atop a coral reef, Bonaire is a prime location for snorkelers and divers. The adventurous traveler will be in paradise. In addition to the underwater experiences, the island is ideal for hiking and bird-watching, with its bright pink flamingos, Amazon parrots and native parakeets.
On the north coast of Hispaniola, surrounded by beautiful mountain slopes and exotic foliage, sits Labadee. This private destination offers pristine beaches, breathtaking scenery and spectacular water activities. Regardless of where you are here, you'll find yourself embraced by incredible scenery. Labadee's native charm and natural beauty make this destination a must-see.
Aruba is an island of contrasting terrain, from its white-sand shoreline to its cactus-dotted interior. The charming Dutch island is known for its superior snorkeling and duty-free shopping. Diving excursions include the wreck of a World War II German freighter. If you want to stay dry, try out the new sport of sand surfing.