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Kralendijk, Bonaire



1.5 HRS

Easy

outdoors

wildlife

boating
Kralendijk: Bonaire Glass Bottom Boat
You will be fascinated as you look into the window of another world. The 32-foot glass-bottom boat will give you an incomparable view of the underwater world of the Bonaire National Marine Park. You will just need to sit back on the comfortable seats and enjoy this narrated eco-tour of one of the best preserved and protected reefs of the world. The tour will start directly from the pier. As you head to Klein Bonaire you will hear an introduction to the marine park.  The unspoiled, uninhabited island is just 0.6 miles out of Bonaire. At Klein Bonaire you will drift for 30 minutes along the reefs to encounter the marine life through the glass viewing panel (9.8’ x 2.62’). Then you will head back to the cruise terminal while passing along the beautiful coastline of Bonaire. From the start till the end you have the chance of meeting many marine creatures that habitat the reefs. The viewing window is large enough for everyone to observe the reef simultaneously. 

Please note: There are two steps into the boat. 


price $49
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3.5 HRS

Easy

sightseeing
Kralendijk: Bonaire Highlights
Bonaire is known for its pink flamingos, nature reserves and superb diving and snorkeling sites. Today's relaxing drive will cover both the scenic and historic highlights. Board your motor coach at the pier. Your route will carry you north along the coast, past many of the island’s fine vistas and dive sights. You will pass by Lake Goto (Goto Meer), the island’s land-locked salt-water lagoon, for a look at the long-legged pink flamingos. Continue your drive across the island, passing by the fresh water well "Dos Pos" and through the village of Rincon, the oldest settlement in the ABC islands.  You will visit the Cadushy Liqueur distillery, the world's only distillery which produces cactus liqueur. Here you will be invited for a taste and you can learn how the cactus is processed into liqueur. A short ride will bring you further up the hill to the Mangazina di Rei, a large and solitary white building in a timeless setting above an open field dotted with small traditional houses. The Mangazina di Rei (1824) was used by the Dutch government to store provisions and farming tools for the islanders’ slaves. The souvenir shops offer salt products, one of a kind jewelry pieces, arts & crafts as well as a variety of local and Caribbean music. As you make your way to the southern part of the island, you will have a stop for photos of the salt pans – the color contrast between the blue Caribbean, pink salt pans and towering white mounds of dry salt are quite spectacular. Your route will also carry you past the white slave huts, small shelters built for the slaves forced to labor in the salt ponds.

Please note: If a guest with limited mobility can make it up the steps into the motor coach, one foldable wheelchair can be accommodated per coach. 


price $55
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5 HRS

Strenuous

snorkeling

wildlife

beach
Kralendijk: Cert. Scuba Diving
Find out why Bonaire is rated the #1 dive destination in the Caribbean, and has been for the past 20 years. This tour has been designed for experienced divers who hold at least a PADI open water SCUBA certificate or a BSAC Ocean Diver certificate.  You will be picked up from the yacht and taken by van to Bonaire Marine Park for distribution of your diving equipment and an introduction to the marine park. You will take two dives from the shore and discover why divers from all over the world come back to Bonaire time and time again for the spectacular reefs and marine life. During the surface interval between your dives, your diving instructor will take you for a small tour of the island and point out the sights.

Please note: Participants will be required to complete a liability release form with a medical statement. The maximum dive will be 60 feet and participants should have completed 15-20 prior dives, be certified open water divers, and have a valid SCUBA diving certification card with you. No participants with ear disorders or infections, flu or cold symptoms, a heart condition, asthma, high blood pressure, recent surgeries or under medication for any of the above conditions will be allowed to dive, nor will pregnant women be allowed to dive. Please bring a towel and wear your bathing suit under your clothing.  There is an additional $10 fee which must be paid in cash at the dive center for diving at Bonaire National Marine Park.


price $195
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3.5 HRS

Strenuous

snorkeling

wildlife

beach
Kralendijk: Discover Scuba Diving
What better place on earth to try your first SCUBA experience than in Bonaire’s award-winning National Marine Park.  You will be transported from the pier to the diving school where your professional dive instructor will introduce you to SCUBA in the classroom.  You will be issued diving equipment and head to the pool for basic SCUBA lessons in 4 feet of water, then on to buoyancy lessons in the pool at 11 feet of water. Finally you will walk to the beach for an open water dive to a maximum of 26 feet, in the warm waters of the Caribbean Sea. Enjoy the protected reefs along with a great variety of marine life.

Please note: Participants will be required to complete a liability release form with a medical statement. The maximum dive will be 60 feet and participants should have completed 15-20 prior dives, be certified open water divers, and have a valid SCUBA diving certification card with you. No participants with ear disorders or infections, flu or cold symptoms, a heart condition, asthma, high blood pressure, recent surgeries or under medication for any of the above conditions will be allowed to dive, nor will pregnant women be allowed to participate. Please bring a towel and wear your bathing suit under your clothing. 


price $159
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1 hour

Easy

outdoors

wildlife

sightseeing
Kralendijk: Kralendijk by Eco Powered Tuk-Tuk
You’ll join your Tuk-Tuk and your guide at the pier and head through the island’s capital, Kralendijk, on a sightseeing tour. Originally from Thailand and used as mini taxis, the Bonaire Tuk-Tuks are powered with an emission free and environmentally friendly electric motor. In Kralendijk your first stop will be small Fort Orange, built in 1639 to defend Bonaire’s main harbor. You’ll also see flat saltwater areas where you can often find some of the island’s bird life, with some luck even flamingos. Your Tuk-Tuk guide will take you by the square and through the streets of the capital taking in the local life. A visit will be made to the island’s largest church, before taking the scenic route along the ocean boulevard back to the pier.

Please note: This is an easy excursion that only requires two steps to board your Tuk-Tuk. 


price $35
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2.75 HRS

Moderate

wildlife

boating
Kralendijk: Mangrove Eco Cruise by Rib at Lac Bay
Lac Bay National Park is like a small-scale Eden. On this trip you will set out on an open-air 4x4 Safari truck (Unimog) for the 30-minute scenic drive to Lac Bay watching for wildlife along the way. You will board inflatable RIB boats and tour past the mangrove forests, barrier reefs and unspoiled beaches that make up this lovely area. These electric-powered boats are eco-friendly and quiet, so you’ll be able to listen to the sounds of your surroundings, rather than an engine, as you explore the area narrated by your knowledgeable guide. Keep an eye out for the brown pelicans, blue heron, and pink flamingos that flock to breed among the mangroves.  You will moor up on the beach, where you’ll have some free time to take a dip in the warm Caribbean Sea or relax on the sands. Refreshments are available here for purchase. You will return to your waiting yacht via Safari truck.

Please note:  Wildlife sightings are not guaranteed.  This tour cannot accommodate wheelchairs.


price $55
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3 HRS

Moderate

snorkeling

wildlife

snacks

beach

boating
Kralendijk: Samur Sail, Beach & Snorkel
Imagine yourself on a voyage through time when seas were full of sailing ships in an exotic land where ships were not only transportation but also works of art. The Samur is an authentic Siamese Junk, hand carved throughout with legends of fantasy and full of superstition fed by rituals thousands of years old. By Zodiac you will be transferred from the cruise ship pier to the Samur. You will set sail and glide smoothly under red sail to the beach of the uninhabited island of Klein Bonaire. During the sail the Captain will give information about the conditions at the reef (which creatures you will find) and the story about the Siamese Sailing Junk. The crew will hand out snorkel gear (sized fins, mask and snorkel and inflatable snorkel vests). Drinks will be served, fruit juices and sodas. After about 45 minutes you will arrive at Klein Bonaire and will be transported by Zodiac to the beach. There you can snorkel from the beach and also have the opportunity to go by Zodiac further to the outer edge of Ebo's Reef. The comfortable drift snorkel with the light current back to the beach along the reef edge lasts about 20 minutes. Enjoy the pristine white sandy beach of this uninhabited island. You will be at the beach about 1 hour. On the way back to your waiting yacht the crew of this unique ship will pamper you with rum punch, fruit juice, soft drinks and platters of tropical fruits.

Please note: Guests with knee, hip or back problems must be able to board the inflatable Zodiac.


price $65
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3.5 HRS

Moderate

outdoors

wildlife

beach
Kralendijk: Washington Nat'l Park Tour
Very few cruise ship guests will have the opportunity to visit Washington National Park due to limited space and its remote location. You can be one of the lucky ones. Departing from the pier on your Safari truck, you will take a short drive through the quaint capital, Kralendijk.  Colonial buildings combined with modern architecture show you today’s Bonaire. Heading toward the hills, and the rough eastern coastline the landscape is packed full of cacti while waves crash and spurt jets of water into the air.  At the park entrance you will visit the natural history plantation museum and the open-air cultural park. Then it will be time for the off road part of your tour. The park is home to many species of cacti, herds of wild donkeys, goats, friendly iguanas, as well as more than 180 species of birds. You will wind through the park to salt lakes and sand dunes, a beautiful hidden cove beach, Boca Kokolishi where flocks of flamingos or the spray of crashing waves will be the only interruptions of this majestic serenity.

Please note:  Wildlife sightings are not guaranteed.  This tour cannot accommodate wheelchairs.

price $79
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Willemstad, Curacao



3.5 HRS

Easy

culture

walking

sightseeing
Willemstad: City Tour Highlights Tour
This Willemstad City Highlight Tour will offer you the opportunity to experience the unique history, culture and amazing photo stops on Curacao. You will board your motor coach for this comfortable tour that will bring you to the heart of "Otro Banda" at the Kura Hulanda Village for a walking tour. After crossing the highest bridge in the Caribbean, the Juliana Bridge, you will continue to beautiful Pietermaai and Punda City Center. While driving through the Jewish Quarter you will be on your way to Fort Nassau which will offer you additional stunning photo opportunities.

Please note: Wear comfortable walking shoes.


price $59
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4 HRS

Moderate

outdoors

wildlife

sightseeing
Willemstad: City, Ostrich Farm & Cave Adventure
You will board your Hyundai Coaster on a sightseeing drive through Willemstad on your way to the Ostrich Farm where you can observe the fascinating behavior of this very special bird. You will see first-hand how an ostrich develops from an egg to the biggest and fastest running bird in the world. You will have a chance to hold an enormous egg or a little fluffy day-old chick: and even get to see one hatch. Also you can feed the birds as they poke their heads into the jeep or jump on the safari truck for a funny interactive guided tour! Then you will be off for the famous Hato Caves. These old coral reefs that actually emerged out of the sea when the island was formed are "living caves"; and centuries-old stalagmites and stalactites are still being formed, a drop at a time. The guided tour will take you along gently sloping trails through the caves' different chambers, past still pools, even a fresh-water waterfall (a very rare sight on this dry island). These caves were once the homes of the Indians.

Please note: This tour is not wheelchair accessible. 


price $75
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3 HRS

Moderate

outdoors

wildlife
Willemstad: North Shore Jeep Safari
With a fleet of off-road 4x4 Land Cruisers, your drivers will offer a guided adventurous way to explore Curacao and discover new places you have never been before. You will be picked up at the dock and guided to the Land Cruisers. There you will get a briefing on safety in reference to driving in open vehicles, specifically in the “wild Curacao” terrain. After you have been seated in the vehicles you will be driven towards the wild terrain, where your 4x4 outdoor adventure will start. Driving through Curacao’s wild nature terrain, with cacti, divi-divi trees, and possible spotting of wara wara birds of prey, lizards, flamingos and wild pigs will certainly be one of the highlights of your tour. During a visit to the famous “Driftwood Bay” you will get information about the bays on Curacao and you have a chance to search for driftwood pieces, often used as souvenirs.

Please note: This tour is not for those with back or neck problems.


price $75
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2 HRS

Moderate

outdoors

culture

unesco

walking
Willemstad: UNESCO World City Heritage Walk
The unique architecture and special maritime history plus the fact that Curacao is on the famous UNESCO World Heritage list will make this walk a fascinating one! After a short briefing by your guide you will walk to the Rif Fort where the guide will explain the history of the area. On your way to the city center of Punda, with its world famous colored houses, you will cross the St. Anna Bay by public ferry. At the ‘handelskade’ you will find Punda’s shopping area and you will learn about the history of this area. Another of Curacao’s “must see” areas is the famous “floating market” where merchants from Venezuela sell their fruit and vegetables A refreshing welcome drink will be waiting for you at the Maritime Museum where you can see the nautical history of Curaçao. At the end of the tour you can walk back to the ship through Punda on your own, with opportunities for shopping and/or more sight-seeing or walk back with your guide.

Please note:  This tour is on flat level ground and will include about 1.5 miles of walking.  Wear comfortable walking shoes and sun protection and bring your camera.  The walk is wheelchair accessible as long as wheelchair guest is accompanied. 


price $35
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St. George's, Grenada



8 HRS

Easy

wildlife

dining

culture

sightseeing
St. George: Around the Isle of Spice
Discover the scents and aromas of the "Isle of Spice" on this full day sightseeing tour by motor coach. Your driver will follow the picturesque west coast, rich in history and color to Dougaldston Estate where you will receive an introduction to the famous spices that make this island one of the top spice suppliers in the world.  At the nutmeg factory in Gouyave you will be shown the seasoning, processing, and sorting of nutmegs and mace. Nutmeg products vary from syrup to massage oil, garden mulch to nail varnish; even a pain-relieving spray. Continue northward to a magnificent view of Grenada's Grenadine Islands. Your next stop will be the River Antoine Rum Distillery: the place is as antique (1785) as the rum is strong (75% alcohol - ouch!) It may be hard to believe that the place is a working distillery, not an old museum. You will have time for some sampling before a delicious Creole lunch is served at Belmont Estate, a plantation house dating back to the 1940s.  Leaving the restaurant, you will return to the pier through the rainforest over the mountains with a stop at Grand Etang, home of the mona monkey, and Annandale Falls where you can take a short walk in the stunning gardens.

Please note:  The tour order may vary and taking photographs or videos inside the nutmeg factory is not allowed.


price $115
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3.5 HRS

Strenuous

snorkeling

wildlife
St. George: Certified One-Tank Dive
This afternoon’s dive will be at either Boss Reef or Purple Rain Reef, where coral, fish, and other sea life present an amazing kaleidoscope of color and texture.

Please note:  Wear your swimsuit under your clothing and bring a towel. Waiver release forms must be signed and medical conditions must be disclosed. Please bring your C-card. 

price $135
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4.25 HRS

Strenuous

snorkeling

wildlife
St. George: Certified Two-Tank Dive
This two-tank dive will visit both Boss Reef and Purple Rain Reef. Each dive will be approximately 45-50 minutes, with a surface interval between dives of approximately one hour. Juices and fruit will be served. 

Please note:  Divers who have not logged a dive in the past 12 months will be required to take a refresher course which can be taken at an additional cost of $80. Please wear your swimsuit under your clothes and bring a towel. Waiver release forms must be signed and medical conditions must be disclosed. Please bring your C-card. 


price $175
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3 HRS

Moderate to
strenuous

watersports

wildlife

snacks

boating
St. George: Clear Bottom Kayaking
Have you ever wondered what the underwater would look like but you can’t snorkel or SCUBA dive?  Well now you can, with Grenada’s newest underwater adventure. You will discover what the underwater looks like in a “sit on top” double clear bottom kayak.  The journey takes 15 minutes from the port to your starting point at Grand Mal Bay, next to the Sunset View Restaurant, on the West Coast.  There you will board your kayak and begin your fantastic journey over the Grand Mal coral reefs, down to Cherry Hill, turn around and move on to Mollinere Bay where you will view the popular divers’ reefs, and experience the wonders of the underwater world. After 1 ¼  hours you will return to Sunset View Restaurant where you will recover from the wonders of the underwater world, with a swim in the calm bay, and a complimentary drink at the bar (rum punch, local beer, local fruit juice, soft drink or water) before you will be returned to the pier.

Please note: Bring your swimsuit and towel, sunscreen and a hat and/or sunglasses.


price $65
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6 HRS

Easy

snorkeling

wildlife

dining

boating
St. George: Concierge Collection Snorkeling Champagne Lobster Cruise
Experience the fun and excellence of sailing on Shadowfax a 60-foot state-of-the-art catamaran designed and built by one of the world's top catamaran designers.  Shadowfax, in good wind conditions, is able to cruise at more than 20 knots ("The Ocean Ferrari") with many comforts (snorkeling gear and fresh water showers are available). You will first sail up the scenic west Caribbean coast of Grenada towards the marine park, where you can snorkel at the underwater sculpture park  (conditions permitting) You will head down the southwest Caribbean coast toward Point Salines, the southernmost point of Grenada. Then you will have an exhilarating experience, sailing upwind on the Atlantic side to the secluded island of Hog where you will have your grilled lobster lunch cooked and served on the island. Before leaving you may swim or explore the secrets of this “Robinson Crusoe” island. To complete this memorable day, you re-board, sit back, relax, and enjoy a smooth 1.5-hour full sail back to St George’s.

Please note: Alternative snorkeling site is Hog Island reef if visibility is bad. This cruise is not available for those with limited mobility. Wear a swimsuit and bring a towel and adequate sun protection. Snorkeling equipment is included. 


price $165
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4.5 HRS

Strenuous

snorkeling

outdoors
St. George: Discover Scuba
St. George’s offers a wonderful opportunity to begin the sport of scuba diving. Your package includes instruction and a shallow pool dive, as well as all equipment. Afterwards, you will proceed to a shallow dive area and explore the wonders of the beautiful waters of Grenada.

Please note: Minimum age is 10 years old. 


price $175
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3.5 HRS

Easy

snacks

culture
St. George: Golden Nutmeg & Diamond Chocolate Tour
This aromatic tour will allow you to learn about Grenada Nutmeg and organic chocolate production. You will head toward the island's west coast and visit the Gouyave Nutmeg Processing Station to discover how nutmegs are harvested, processed, and exported. Well protected behind high walls, you will travel one century back in time. No conveyor belts, no machines. The long processing chain of this precious spice starts off in the hands and nimble fingers of the experienced, diligent and incredible ‘’Mammas.’’  After, you will visit the Diamond Chocolate Plant to see and learn how chocolate (tree to bar) is produced and exported. The quality of the beans, the distinct taste and the country’s rich history of cocoa production have inspired L. A. Burdick Chocolate to partner with Grenada’s knowledgeable independent cocoa farmers in building a cocoa processing facility. After harvesting the beans, all fermentation, sorting, drying, roasting and conching is done on the premises of the factory. A visit to the cocoa tree garden and a rare and delicious chocolate tasting and sampling will conclude this enjoyable tour of one of the most amazing sites in the Caribbean. 

Please note:  This tour is appropriate for guests who are able to walk about 100 yards and must be able to walk on and off the motor coach unattended.  


price $59
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2.75 HRS

Strenuous

snorkeling

snacks

sightseeing

boating
St. George: Pilot Your Own Boat
Here is some wet and wild fun exploring the island on E-Sea Riders, fast, 2-person inflatable motorboats. You will be the pilot on an exhilarating adventure that will include snorkeling.  You will be transferred to the E-Sea Rider base in the lagoon where you will be welcomed by the staff and provided with an orientation on boat operation before heading off, following your guide.  You will pass the large yachts in Port Louis Marina and inside the charming Carenage of St. George’s before entering the Caribbean Sea along the colorful coastline to your snorkeling destination. You can choose to snorkel around submerged statues or swim before returning to the base. 

Please note:  Boats are shared by 2 people and are priced per boat.  You must be at least 18 years old to drive the boat. Supplied safety vests must be worn at all times.  Wear a swim suit and bring a towel and adequate sun protection. Snorkeling equipment is included.  The minimum age to be a rider is 8 years old and the combined maximum weight limit on one boat is 380 pounds.  As the water can get a little bumpy, this tour is not recommended for guests with back problems or pregnant women. 


price $179
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3 HRS

Moderate

watersports

wildlife

snacks
St. George: River-Tubing Grenada's Greatest River
The Balthazar River nestled in an exotic tropical rainforest is fed from sources deep in the island’s interior. Here is your opportunity to have a thrilling river tubing experience on what is known locally as the “Great River.”  You will take a 45-minute journey from St. George’s through the scenic hilly interior of the Grand Etang Rainforest Reserve to the Balthazar Estate. Your arrival will be followed by a safety briefing before you’ll be equipped with a life vest, modified inner tube, and a paddle. You will be accompanied by guides as you gently spin and swirl in the river currents. Marvel at the exotic views of tropical vegetation and wildlife as your thrilling river ride progresses. Several pools along the way provide the perfect opportunity to catch your breath. Finally sample a much-deserved rum punch or local fruit juice. All too soon, it’s time to return to the yacht.

Please note:  River levels vary according to the amount of rainfall and may affect operation of the tour. Wear your swimsuit and bring along a towel and water shoes. Participants need to be physically fit and there is a weight limit of 230 lbs. 


price $59
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Man-O-War Bay, Charlotteville, Tobago



2.5 HRS

Moderate

wildlife

snacks

beach

boating
Man-O-War: Angel Reef by Glass Bottom Boat
Depart from the ship and take a short ride via tender to the small pier at Man-O-War Bay.  On arrival you will board a coach for a 15-minute delightful scenic and mountainous drive to the town of Speyside to the Blue Waters Inn where a glass bottom boat awaits. Cruise out of the tiny harbor and down the emerald coast before heading out to Angel Reef. A favorite for divers around the world, Angel Reef boast crystal-clear water providing visibility up to 100 feet. Enjoy another perspective of Tobago as your guide will highlight points of interest and share his knowledge of this underwater environment. Float over 1,000-year-old coral formations. Observe huge sponges and the world’s largest single brain coral. You will see colorful reef fish and diverse marine life in their natural habitat. The boat will drop anchor and you are invited to snorkel, swim or simply relax on board. Cold drinks will be served before your return to Blue Waters Inn where you will have the opportunity to spend some free time before your journey back to Charlotteville to re-join your yacht. 

Please note: For your comfort please wear a swimsuit and bring a towel, sunhat and sunscreen. This tour cannot accommodate guests with mobility issues. 


price $69
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4 HRS

Moderate

hiking

outdoors

wildlife

beach
Man-O-War: Argyle Waterfalls
Enjoy a half-day tour of Tobago’s rainforest.  Your drive will take you along Tobago’s Windward Coast to Roxborough and entry to the Argyle Waterfalls Trail, where you will turn off the Main Ridge and enter the oldest Forest Reserve in the Western Hemisphere.  At the rainforest, a Naturalist Guide will take you for a 20-minute hike (each way) through lush tropical vegetation, abundant in plant and wildlife. Next you will visit the 3-tiered Argyle Waterfalls, where you may swim in the natural pool or simply take in the tranquility of the reserve. After your rainforest and waterfall adventure, you will make your way back to Charlotteville and re-board your waiting yacht. 

Please note: This tour cannot accommodate guests with wheelchairs. Wear comfortable walking shoes.  The hike to the falls is 20-30 minutes. 
price $75
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5 HRS

Strenuous

hiking

outdoors

wildlife

sightseeing
Man-O-War: Tobago Rainforest Hike
You will depart Charlotteville in a mini-bus and travel up and over the lush mountains for a scenic drive along the eastern seashore. Stop at the Speyside Lookout and enjoy sweeping views of mountains, coast and offshore islands. Continue on through tiny villages clinging to the mountainsides, past picturesque bays, as you learn about Tobago’s turbulent history and the fascinating mélange of people that make up her present citizenry. You will make your way to Gilpin Trace where your trained naturalist guide will meet you to begin your trek. The hike will take you through the oldest rainforest in the Western Hemisphere, the Gilpin Trace, famous for its abundance of birdlife. Learn about Tobago’s indigenous flora and fauna as your guide will point out the most interesting species. Stop for a break, to listen to the sounds of the forest along the way. Enjoy a quiet moment in this beautiful forest before returning to your mini-bus to make your way back to the ship.

Please note: Due to strenuous hiking routes, participants should be physically fit. Please wear the appropriate shoes. If you wish you can bring along a snack from the ship.  You will be provided with bottled water on this tour. 


price $85
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Mayreau, St. Vincent Grenadines



3.5 HRS

Moderate

snacks

sightseeing

boating
Mayreau: Grenadines Island Escape
This exclusive sail-away tour will take you through part of the Grenadines archipelago experiencing coastlines garlanded with white-sand beaches as you make your way to Mopion. Along the way, you will sail past Palm Island, a private island is a resort named after the hundreds of coconut palms planted by the original owner over 30 years ago.  Continuing on, you will head for Mopion – an islet resembling an atoll in the South Pacific surrounded by a reef lagoon. Upon arrival to Mopion, your mind will be set back decades, as this perfect setting is the antidote for the stresses of everyday life. The crystal-clear waters and white sand are breathtaking – life does not get more ideal than this! On your return, you can enjoy the Captain’s special rum punch. But watch out as it has a kick!

Please note: Remember your sunblock and beach towels. You may bring along your own snorkel gear from the yacht and you will be taken ashore by small boat as it is illegal to anchor on the reef. 


price $75
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