Oct 26, 2019
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New York City to San Juan
This 11-day, southbound journey crosses 23 degrees of latitude to tropical islands where the average temperature difference between winter and summer can be less than 10 Fahrenheit degrees. Not long after Manhattan’s glowing skyline slips beyond the horizon, you turn south for Philadelphia, a city full of rich history. The elegant antebellum charm of Charleston greets you on your way to warmer breezes as you approach Bimini’s blue waters, a favorite fishing haunt and drinking destination for writer Ernest Hemingway. Swim along a quiet beach near Samana in the Dominican Republic, or search for rare birds and animals along the mangroves in Los Haitises National Park. Your final destination is just a day away among San Juan’s vibrantly painted buildings and the brooding, weathered walls of Castillo San Felipe del Morro. Nearby you’ll find sandy beaches and lively cantinas to help you completely forget about the encroaching winter months ahead.
Journey the length of the lovely Eastern seaboard from large cities and coastal towns to the sparkling waters of the Bahamas and Dominican Republic
An overnight in Philadelphia allows for more excursions in this area full of rich history
See the caves, waterfalls and mangroves of Los Haitises national Park in Samana
Overnight in Charleston with more time to visit the French Quarter, the Battery District, Fort Sumter and more
Discover the underwater beauty when you snorkel in Bimini’s pristine waters
Have your camera ready for the incredible views from El Morro, San Juan’s UNESCO site
*Rates shown are per person, based on double occupancy, reflect all discounts and include non-discountable amounts. Taxes, Fees & Port Expenses are additional.