BLUE WATERS OF THE LEEWARD ISLANDS

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Blue Waters of the Leeward Islands

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Falmouth Harbour, Antigua

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3.5 HRS

Moderate

outdoors

refreshments

sightseeing

beach

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Falmouth Harbour, Antigua Buggy Adventure
‘Pilot’ your own 2-seater Buggy and take a ride on the wild side with an exciting Antigua Buggys tour! Perfect for off-road adventure lovers, this 4x4 action-packed excursion showcases all that Antigua has to offer. Take off in an intimate group of 12 or less people with a friendly and informative guide, and feel like a true explorer in one of our 2-seat off-road buggies. After your orientation it’s time to take the wheel. You will head across the island visiting Antigua’s best scenic spots and sights. The customized 4-wheel drive route will start in St John’s and head out of town, through dirt tracks and rural areas to beautiful Body Ponds, a series of ponds. You will blaze through the trails of Antigua’s one and only tropical rainforest to Fig Tree Drive. Continuing on, your next stop will be at the picturesque and pristine Valley Church Beach on the Southwest coast. Here you will stop for a drink while relaxing by the edge of this beautiful beach. Choose to relax or swim, and soak up the sunshine before your adventure winds to an end. On the way back, the scenery will continue as you journey slowly along the Coast back towards St John’s.

Please note:  This 4WD excursion is not for children under 7 and drivers must be 25 years or older. Buggys are for 2 guests and single guests will be asked to pay for 2 guests. Actual drive time is approximately 90 minutes. Wear comfortable clothing including a swimsuit, and bring along sunglasses, sunblock and a towel as well as your valid driver’s license. And remember to grab a camera to capture all the fantastic sights. The itinerary can change due to weather conditions. It is a 40-minute ride to the buggy facility. Guests will be required to sign a waiver to participate.

price $169
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4 HRS

Strenuous

outdoors

refreshments

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Falmouth Harbour, Open Course Canopy Challenge
This exclusive tour is limited to only 24 participants – and sells out quickly! You will be met at your yacht by professional guides and taken by air-conditioned vehicle to the Antigua Rainforest approximately 30 minutes away where your exciting tour will begin. This tour offers uncompromised safety including your state-of-the-art harness and safety helmet.  Commencing at the Old Pump House, you will walk over a suspension bridge that spans the gorge to the far bank and take the first aerial zip. There are a series of 12 zip lines, 9 typical challenge elements, and 2 suspension bridges that will give you a bird’s-eye-view of the flora and fauna in the rainforest while you listen to the calls of numerous bird species.

Please note: This tour includes some slight physical exertion and is not recommended for pregnant women, people with a history of heart problems, seizures, back, knee, or shoulder problems, or other pre-existing health problems. The maximum weight capacity is 235 lbs., and the minimum height is 5 feet.  Participants should not wear strapless shoes or strapless sandals and women should wear shorts or long pants. A change of shirt is recommended. Also cameras are not allowed while doing this tour. You will be required to sign a waiver to participate on this tour.

price $119
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4 HRS

Moderate to
strenuous

snorkeling

outdoors

wildlife

beach

boating
Falmouth Harbour, Reef Rider Snorkel Adventure
You will board your air-conditioned transportation and ride through Antigua’s countryside, rich in daily West Indian life, local villages, old churches, that exemplify West Indian culture, to Jolly Harbour. Here an experienced guide will give you a safety briefing on how to safely operate your 2-seater, 30 hp inflatable boat and you will have time to acquaint yourself with it. Then it’s time to follow your guide on a spectacular adventure along Antigua’s south coast in and out of bays and around reefs to Antigua’s premier snorkeling area, Cades Reef.  Here you will be given instruction in snorkeling before you set out, explore and enjoy the home to the colorful Caribbean marine life including parrotfish, damselfish, grunts and angelfish among many others. Or you can simply take a swim or relax and soak up the sun in the idyllic location onboard the boat.  You then will be guided back to Jolly Harbour for another opportunity to soak up the Antiguan sun before returning to the pier.        
                                                                  
Please note: Bring your swimsuit, towel and a camera.  Snorkeling equipment includes safety buoyancy waistband, mask, snorkel,and fins; professional instruction and supervision by PADI trained Guides. Guests must be 18 years of age to drive the boats. Maximum weight of combined participants is 400 pounds.The tour is not suitable for guests with back problems, who are pregnant or non-swimmers. Guests will be required to sign a waiver to participate on this tour.

price $135
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4 HRS

Moderate to
strenuous

outdoors

refreshments

beach

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Falmouth Harbour, Segway Fort Conqueror
You will be met on the pier by your guide and escorted to an awaiting air-conditioned taxi which will take you to Fort James Beach, 40 minutes from the pier.  After a complete orientation on your Segway you will travel back in time to 1706 when the British built one of its most impressive forts to protect against French invasion. You’ll be amazed at how easy it is to maneuver this phenomenon of motion as it carries you through the large wooden gates of Fort James where a spectacular view of the Caribbean Sea awaits.  Next you will embark on an entertaining adventure cruising by miles of beach in minutes on your zero emission Segway as knowledgeable and fun guides will fill you in on interesting facts about the area. After the tour enjoy delicious refreshments and cool drinks around a picnic table while indulging in a breathtaking view of one of the island’s most popular beach bars and restaurant. With time to relax on the beach you can catch up on that good read or take a dip or just do absolutely nothing.  Your package includes Segway orientation, safety gear (helmets), guided tour, bottled water, soft-drinks, and time to relax on the beach. 

Please note: Bring your sun protection lotion, swimsuit, towel, and, of course, your camera!  Closed toe shoes are recommended and women should wear shorts or long pants.Guests will be required to fill out a waiver before participating on this tour. Minimum age is 10. Minimum height is 4.5" and maximum weight is 260 lbs.

price $149
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3.5 HRS

Moderate

refreshments

culture

sightseeing

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Falmouth Harbour, Spectacular Antigua Island Tour
This sightseeing tour begins and takes you to Dow’s Hill, for an amazing panoramic view and short guided tour of the area.  Your vehicle will then head back south to the Island's countryside, exemplifying West Indies culture, and take in the magnificent view of Falmouth Harbour, English Harbour and Nelson's Dockyard. Your first stop will be at the Blockhouse Ruins, dating back to 1787, which are situated atop a sheer cliff 450 feet above the Atlantic.  You’ll see uninterrupted views of Indian Creek and the prestigious St. James’s Club on Mamora Bay.  The lookout at Shirley Heights, the island’s most southerly point nearly 500 feet above sea level, offers unparalleled views of the Atlantic and English Harbor. On a clear day the island of Montserrat can be seen, nearly 30 miles away. You will see the world’s last Georgian dockyard still in use and one of the eastern Caribbean’s biggest attractions. Nelson’s Dockyard Village was built in 1725. Your 45-minute stay will give you time to admire the sleek yachts tied to the old stone quayside and to explore the Admiral’s Inn, the museum, and the mystery pillars. A refreshing beverage will be offered at an 18th century inn before your return to Falmouth.

 Please note: The order of sites visited may vary.

price $69
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3 HRS

Moderate

watersports

refreshments

boating

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Falmouth Harbour, Swim with the Stingrays
Here is an outstanding tour and an opportunity to swim with, touch, and feed the stingrays of Antigua in the Caribbean Sea. The stingrays are very friendly and very gentle. You will board your air-conditioned transportation in Falmouth Marina and ride through Antigua’s countryside, rich in daily West Indian life, local villages, and old churches. Start your adventure at Stingray City’s land base where you can enjoy the company of their monkeys and parrots, and the hospitality of the experienced Stingray City’s Guides. Following your safety briefing a short speedboat ride will whisk you to a shallow pool with a white-sand bottom surrounded by a beautiful coral reef in the Caribbean Sea. You will be able to stand up or swim with the stingrays, who will greet you with the familiarity of an old friend. You will be given an opportunity to hand-feed the stingrays and capture the moment with photographs! After feeding, snorkeling, and taking pictures with your new friends, you will return to the land base where you can rinse off the seawater under the bright Caribbean sun, with a shower under a coconut tree, and enjoy a complimentary rum or fruit punch, browse in the gift shop, and share this unique experience with your fellow guests before your return journey to your ship.

Please note: Wear your swimsuit under a cover up, bring a towel, and sunscreen.


price $99
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Anse Mitan, Martinique



4 HRS

Moderately
easy

sightseeing

beach

wildlife

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Anse Mitan, Authentic Southern Tour
Are you looking for an authentic experience of Martinique? You will have the opportunity to visit 5 unique locations on this excursion. Take in art, history, architecture, culture, and natural beauty during your time on this Windward Island of the Lesser Antilles in the West Indies. You will go to the authentic pottery village in Les Trois Ilets. Located on a former Jesuit Monastery you will enjoy 30 minutes with a few local artists at their workshops. You might want to look at the crafts, they are incredibly beautiful and maybe you pick up a great souvenir to take back home. You cannot have had the full experience of Martinique without sampling their famous rum! At Trois Rivieres Distillery, you will learn about their special white and aged vintage rums that have been on the market since 1976. Enjoy a sample and bottles are available to purchase of your favorite! There are also coconut products available for you purchase. Re-board the transportation to the third stop. You will head to Cap 110, a memorial erected in memory of slavery. This Memorial consists of 15 busts arranged triangularly, to represent the slavery trade triangle between The Americas, Europe and Africa.  Then, you will be on your way to a viewpoint overlooking Diamond Rock. The island reflects the light in such a way that it appears to be a giant precious stone, making it a wonderful photographic opportunity. Do not forget your camera! After you have shot your photos, you will go to Les Anses d’Arlet, a village in a tranquil cove that will welcome you for your beach break. Here you may view the recently renovated bell tower of the church that is situated directly in front of the beach. Alternatively, you may choose to sunbathe on the fine white-sand beach, swim or even snorkel! You will have the chance to see many colorful fish and sea turtles.

Please note: Bring your swimsuit, towel and sunscreen.


price $79
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4 HRS

Moderate

refreshments

culture

sightseeing

essentials
Anse Mitan, Martinique Heritage
From Anse Mitan you will have a short drive to the Pagerie Habitation where Empress Josephine lived the first 16 years of her life with her family in the 18th century before becoming the Empress of France. A guided visit will give you the opportunity to know a lot about her history in this mythical place. Then re-board your motor coach for the 40-minute drive to Plantation House. You will pass the village of Trois Ilets and continue sightseeing along the lovely inland roads to the City of Le Francois.  You will visit an exceptionally well- maintained major Plantation House where the President of France and the President of the United States (Bush and Mitterand) met in 1991. The house is artfully decorated with real furniture of the past. Visit the park with Its sugar canes and the no longer operating rum distillery. After your visit, you will have the opportunity to sample some rum.

Please note: Wear casual clothing, good walking shoes, a cap, and sun protection. Tour itinerary may be operated in reverse order.


price $155
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3 HRS

Moderate

watersports

refreshments

sightseeing

boating

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Anse Mitan, Snorkel at Anse Dufour & Bat Cave
Welcome to the silent snorkeling world. Guided by your professional staff, you will discover the wonderful life of the coral reef and fishes.  Your boat will sail along the west coast while you are sipping a delicious non-alcoholic exotic fruit punch before arriving to Anse-Dufour, a typical fishermen’s village. The boat will anchor and the staff will assist you to select your proper snorkeling equipment. You will enjoy your experience discovering the magnificent coral in exceptionally clear waters. Your second stop will take place at the Bat Cave where under the guidance of the staff, you will watch the Angelfish, Parrot-Fish and many others with their marvelous colors – it’s like being in an aquarium.  On the return journey, you will appreciate your cool refreshment, soft drink or rum punch with a typical Caribbean musical ambiance.

Please note:  Bring your swimsuit, a cap, and sun protection, towels, your camera and a change of comfortable clothes.  Life jackets and snorkeling equipment will be provided.


price $79
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4 HRS

Moderate

sightseeing

culture

essentials
Anse Mitan, South Discovery by Jeep and Clement Planation
Heading from Anse Mitan you will drive to Anses d’Arlet village, by the coast road you will pass the small fishing village of Petite Anse where you will stop to learn about the local technique of fishing. Climb the “Bigot Hill,” and have nice views of its bay. Your South discovery will bring you to Diamond Village, (nice views) well known for its rock and is large 3-mile (5 km) beach. You will reach the gorgeous viewpoint of the Diamond rock and the Anse Cafard Memorial with its famous statues of convicts. You will continue to the east side of the Island to reach the famous Clement Plantation, You will start your visit by the marvelous botanical garden which showcases 16 acres of ponds, park, the tropical orchard and remarkable trees representing more than 300 botanical species identified. With your guide, you will learn about the history of their industrial past visiting the old distillery, an exhibition of machines, and the manufacturing of rum. Around the main house and its outbuildings, you will observe the domestic life of the plantation, furniture and Creole architecture, enjoying your rum tasting at the end of the visit.

Please note:  Wear casual clothing, good walking shoes, a cap, and sun protection.


price $139
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Bridgetown, Barbados



4.5 HRS

Moderate

sightseeing

dining

essentials
Bridgetown: Barbados Island Tour with Transfer to Windstar Hotel
Your tour will begin with a leisurely drive along the Gold Coast, home to many wealthy residents, and will take you to the stunning area of Bathsheba.  This is where the Atlantic surf pounds the coastline and it is a famous spot for international and local surfing competitions.  A walk on the beach is a must. Heading into the hills, you will arrive at St. John’s Church. There are stunning views from the churchyard   - a perfect photo opportunity.  The church contains an interesting sculpture depicting the Madonna and Child with the infant St. John. The graveyard contains the tomb of Ferdinand Paleologus, a descendant of the Byzantine Imperial family.  The present building was constructed in 1836, and the pulpit is constructed from six different kinds of wood: ebony, locust, Barbados mahogany, manchineel, oak and pine. Through sleepy country villages and sugar cane fields, you will make your way to Sunbury House dating back to 1650. The house was destroyed by fire in 1995, and was gracefully restored and re-opened in 1996. It possesses one of the country's superior collections of antiques. The cellar houses a unique collection of antique carriages, the largest collection in the Caribbean, as well as many items used in the domestic life of the plantation. It also houses a very old collection of optical machinery and sight testing equipment, some of the first to come to the West Indies including the first lens grinding plant.  Enjoy a light deli-style lunch with a complimentary rum or fruit punch.  A short drive will take you to your Windstar Hotel.

Please note: There are about 20 steps to climb at Sunbury House and 10 steps down to the cellar.


price $89
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3.5 HRS

Easy

beach

sightseeing

essentials
Bridgetown: Beach Break
Bask in the sun on a palm-fringed beach in the warm white sand with turquoise waters waiting to be explored! Enjoy a scenic transfer on your air-conditioned transportation through the historic capital of Bridgetown. You will pass Barbados’ Parliament Buildings, the 3rd oldest Parliamentary institution in the Western Hemisphere, Heroes Square, with its historic statue of Lord Nelson, and Independence Square as you make your way to Carlisle Bay, one of their best beaches and the only natural harbor in Barbados. Upon your arrival, you will be served a complimentary drink and given a brief orientation to the beach and facilities. A beach chair and shared umbrella are provided for your comfort, as well as changing rooms and showers. Bring your own snorkel equipment and snorkel the shipwrecks in the sheltered bay. Additional drinks or light snacks are available for purchase. This beach has a spot for everyone - just pack your swimsuits, towel and sunscreen.

Please note: Bring your swimsuit, towel, sunscreen and a change of clothing.


price $39
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4 HRS

Easy

culture

sightseeing

essentials
Bridgetown: Beautiful Barbados
Prepare to embark on a journey that will take you to some of Barbados’s most beautiful and important historical sites. Journey through the rolling hills of the countryside on a 30-minute drive to Gun Hill Signal Station with a magnificent and captivating view of the island!  Built in 1818, the signal station was beautifully restored and landscaped by the Barbados National Trust and now houses a collection of military memorabilia. An officer at the signal station carved the statue of the lion on the hillside below, out of a single piece of rock in 1868. Continue to St. John's Parish Church, perched on a cliff, 800 feet above sea level, overlooking coastal St. John and the Atlantic Ocean. The present building was constructed in 1836, after the hurricane of 1831 destroyed the one built in 1660. The pulpit is constructed from six different kinds of wood: ebony, locust, Barbados mahogany, manchineel, oak and pine. The church also contains an interesting sculpture depicting the Madonna and Child with the infant St. John. The graveyard contains the tomb of Ferdinand Paleologus, a descendent of the Byzantine Imperial family, who died in Barbados in 1678 after being a resident for over 20 years. Located near the center of the island, Highland Adventure Centre sits in the parish of St. Thomas, at an elevation of more than 1,000 feet above sea level. From here the view of the East Coast is truly breathtaking! The pounding Atlantic surf in the distance, contrasts with the unspoiled beauty of nearby Mount Hillaby, which at 1,138 feet above sea level, is the highest point on the island. You get the feeling that you're sitting on top of the world.  Your tour returns to the port by heading westwards, across the northern part of the island, to Holetown, where a monument commemorates the landing in 1605 of the first British settlers, who claimed the island ‘in the name of James I of England.’ Continuing southwards, you will drive along the West Coast, where the clear sea gently kisses some of the best beaches in the Caribbean and many of the ‘rich and famous’ have their ‘getaways.’ This section of the island is often referred to as the ‘Gold Coast,’ because of the number of very wealthy people who have come to live here over the years. It also boasts some of the finest hotels and restaurants.

Please note: Wear comfortable walking shoes. Rum or fruit punch will be served at the Highland Centre


price $89
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5.5 HRS

Easy

boating

dining

wildlife

snorkeling

essentials
Bridgetown: Five Star Snorkel Catamaran
Picture yourself relaxing on the deck of a magnificent catamaran, warm sunshine sparkling on a crystal-clear Caribbean sea and smiling faces offer cool refreshing drinks as you glide past beautiful palm-fringed beaches of Barbados.  This 5-hour lunch cruise leaves the Bridgetown Shallow Draught and, after a pleasant sail along the coast, anchors in a quiet bay where you have the choice of swimming, snorkeling on a reef, walking on the beach, or just relaxing on board.  A mouth-watering buffet luncheon will be served on board along with complimentary wine.   Alcoholic beverages will be served after the snorkel stop. After 1½ hours of relaxation, you'll sail to an area to snorkel and swim with turtles. Masks, snorkels and life jackets are provided.

Please note:  Turtle sightings not guaranteed. The Operator reserves the right to reverse the order of the tour.  Catamaran may modify route due to weather & sea conditions. Bring swimsuits, towels and sunscreen.


price $165
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4.5 HRS

Moderately
easy

refreshments

culture

sightseeing

essentials
Bridgetown: Harrisons Cave & Sunbury Plantation with Airport Transfer
Harrison's Cave is a magnificent natural phenomenon, quite in a class of its own and one of the most spectacular natural attractions in the entire Caribbean.  After checking in at the Visitors Center, you will be taken into a theatre where you will watch a short film on the formation of Barbados. Then you will board the electric tram that will take you down into the cave.  As the driver pulls away, your guide will accompany you and you are on your way to a memorable experience - magnificent chambers, incredible stalactites and stalagmites, bubbling streams, tumbling cascades, plunging waterfalls and emerald pools.  Throughout the almost mile long cave the flowstone covered walls glisten in the lights as the calcite laden waters drip down from the roof. You will then head to Sunbury House dating back to 1650. It possesses one of the country's superior collections of antiques. The cellar houses a unique collection of antique carriages, the largest collection in the Caribbean, as well as many items used in the domestic life of the plantation. It also houses a very old collection of optical machinery and sight testing equipment. Enjoy a light deli -style lunch with a complimentary rum or fruit punch.  A short drive will take you to the airport where you will be met and assisted with your luggage and airline check-in.

Please note:  There are some steps at Harrison’s Cave and a very steep step up into the tram. To access the top floor of Sunbury House there are 20 steps up and also 10 steps down to the cellar.

price $139
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4.5 HRS

Moderately
easy

sightseeing

dining

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Bridgetown: Harrisons Cave & Sunbury Plantation with Windstar Hotel Transfer
Harrison's Cave is a magnificent natural phenomenon, quite in a class of its own and one of the most spectacular natural attractions in the entire Caribbean.  After checking in at the Visitors Center, you will be taken into a theatre where you will watch a short film on the formation of Barbados. Then you will board the electric tram that will take you down into the cave.  As the driver pulls away, your guide will accompany you and you are on your way to a memorable experience - magnificent chambers, incredible stalactites and stalagmites, bubbling streams, tumbling cascades, plunging waterfalls and emerald pools.  Throughout the almost mile-long cave the flowstone covered walls glisten in the lights as the calcite laden waters drip down from the roof.   You will then head to Sunbury House dating back to 1650. It possesses one of the country's superior collections of antiques. The cellar houses a unique collection of antique carriages, the largest collection in the Caribbean, as well as many items used in the domestic life of the plantation. It also houses a very old collection of optical machinery and sight testing equipment. Enjoy a light deli -style lunch with a complimentary rum or fruit punch.  A short drive will take you to the Windstar Hotel

Please note:  There are some steps at Harrison’s Cave and a very steep step up into the tram. To access the top floor of Sunbury House there are 20 steps up and also 10 steps down to the cellar.


price $139
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3.5 HRS

Easy

culture

refreshments

sightseeing

essentials
Bridgetown: Island Splendor
Your journey will begin by heading north along the West Coast also known as the “Platinum Coast”. This coast is not only home to Holetown, the site where the first settlers landed in 1627 but also now home to the rich and famous. Your first stop will be St. James Parish Church. Here you will find artifacts, including the baptismal font from 1684 and the original church bell, which pre-dates the United States Liberty Bell by more than 50 years!  You will continue to Farley Hill National Park.  The imposing ruins of a once magnificent plantation house are surrounded by gardens, lawns, towering royal palms, gigantic mahogany, whitewood and casuarina trees. Partially rebuilt for the film "Island in the Sun," the structure was later destroyed by fire. You will see some breathtaking views. You will stop in Bathsheba where you can stroll along the beach and take some photos. Bathsheba is a must when visiting Barbados. This area is well known around the world as the “Soup Bowl” a surfer’s haven. Your drive will take you to the Atlantis Hotel, an elegant historic property dating back to the 1800's. This boutique hotel is located in the quaint fishing village of Tent Bay, St. Joseph, overlooking the spectacular Atlantic Ocean. Bask in the uncomplicated, yet stylish ambiance of this unique property, surrounded by colonial furniture, vivid fishing boat colors and modern amenities. Enjoy a refreshing cold beer, rum punch or soda.

Please note: Wear comfortable walking shoes.


price $79
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3.5 HRS

Moderate

sightseeing

unesco

walking

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Bridgetown: UNESCO World Heritage Site with Tunnels
This tour will allow you to travel back in time through Barbados’ Historic Garrison. Dating back to 1650, the site is thought to be the most intact, and authentic 18th and 19th century British Garrison complex in the world; now a UNESCO World Heritage Site. On location you will see what connects this Garrison to Oliver Cromwell, George Washington, and the American War of Independence! You will explore and experience the re-discovered ‘Garrison Tunnels’ at George Washington House where a young George Washington, in 1751, was exposed to British military strategy. Next it is over to St. Ann’s Fort where you visit the present-day Officer’s Mess for a drink and tour two splendid rooms; today they sometimes cater to events like the state dinner held for HRH Queen Elizabeth II and her husband in 1989. These magnificent rooms also house many interesting military and other artifacts. Then discover the National Armoury where one of the finest 17th century cannon collections in the world is housed.  Finally, it is over to the Main Guard to see and learn about the most iconic building in the Garrison. A short drive will take you back through the bustling capital of Bridgetown and to the port.

Please note: Wear comfortable walking shoes. Bring your sunscreen and camera. Camouflage clothing is not allowed on island.


price $119
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Castries, St. Lucia



4 HRS

Easy

outdoors

refreshments

boating

unesco
Castries, Catamaran Cruise to the Pitons
An exciting introduction to St. Lucia and a marvelous way to experience the beauty of the Island’s coastline, is by cruising to see the most photographed landmark in St. Lucia  - The Pitons, a UNESCO World Heritage Site.  Board a Catamaran and depart the Castries harbor passing the Vigie and La Toc peninsulas before heading to the south of St. Lucia. Take in the amazing views of the lush vegetation along the rolling mountainsides of the coastline.  Pass the fishing villages of Anse La Raye and Canaries. Continue on towards the Soufriere Bay for the sighting of the Petit and Gros Pitons – rising majestically to over 2,600 feet out of the sea.  These are picture taking moments are not to be missed.  With cameras in hand, get ready to capture the perfect shots of these volcanic plugs as your boat circles the area.  Your cruise will continue up along the coast to one of the bays for a relaxing swim in the cool waters of the Caribbean Sea.  Return on board for a fun journey back to the port with music, dancing, and a cruise into Marigot Bay - one of the Island’s most sheltered bays also renowned for its beauty and used as a film location for such movies as Dr. Doolittle and Firepower.  Snacks and refreshments will be served on board and then it is fun time before arriving back at the Castries harbor and your waiting ship.

Please note: Bring a towel, swimwear to be worn underneath clothing, wear cool comfortable clothing and appropriate sandals/shoes with rubber soles. Bring insect repellent if allergic to the tropics, sun screen and cameras. Guests prone to motion sickness are advised to take the necessary precautions prior to the tour. Alcoholic beverages are only served after swimming.  All persons are to use the water ladder with steps to enter the water and no jumping off the boat will be allowed at any time. 


price $119
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3.5 HRS

Moderate

culture

sightseeing

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Castries, Heritage Highlights
Be a part of St. Lucia’s rich history and culture. You will depart from the pier on a relaxing drive in an air-conditioned bus through the historic city of Castries. You will pass many buildings of historic significance and drive up the winding Morne Fortune Road for a stop at the panoramic viewpoint where you will see Castries Harbor and the northern landscape. Continuing on your tour, you will drive past the official residence of the island’s governor-general before arriving at Eudovic’s art studio, known for its exquisite local woodwork and intricate carvings. You will see an actual woodcarving demonstration and have the opportunity to purchase a souvenir. You will then take a scenic drive through the countryside to the Fond Latisab Creole Park. Experience such local traditions as cassava bread making, cooking on macambou leaves, see authentic 2-handed sawing to the rhythm of a shak shak band and participate and learn the Creole folk dance. 

Please note: Wear comfortable walking shoes, bring your camera, sunscreen and US cash if you wish to purchase souvenirs.


price $59
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4 HRS

Moderate to
strenuous

outdoors

wildlife

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Castries, Rainforest Canopy Zip Line Adventure
Depart the port and drive through the city of Castries to the Rainforest located along the east coast of St. Lucia near the fishing village of Dennery. At the Welcome Centre situated in the heart of the rainforest you will be given a safety briefing and geared up for the ride. Although this ride does not demand physical ability, the adrenaline rush is like no other. It is a rocket ride from between 30 feet to 130 feet off the forest floor on just over 4,000 feet of cables suspended between platforms. During the course you will encounter 2 fun net bridges to access the next platform. The course is a system of integrated cables and rigging carefully designed to deliver a thrill safely. Between zips there is plenty of time for a unique view of the forest, the birds and plants that inhabit it. This Tree Top Canopy Adventure Tour is fun for the whole family and it is a Caribbean memory you will talk about long after your holiday is over.

Please note: Wear closed sandals (with rubber soles) or trainers – NO flip flops/slippers. People with heart conditions are not encouraged to participate in this tour. Each participant must sign a disclaimer before participating on the tour.

price $109
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4.5 - 5 HRS

Strenuous

snorkeling

wildlife

refreshments

boating

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Castries, Two-Tank Certified SCUBA
Board a well-appointed boat – with PADI Qualified Diving Professionals – where you will be welcomed and waivers will be signed.  Then take a leisurely cruise along the west coast of St. Lucia bypassing a few resorts and fishing villages before arriving at your first destination for diving anywhere within the Marine Reserve which spans from the village of Anse La Raye to Soufriere. Depending on the sea conditions, your dive master will indicate which will be your dive sites where you can explore the gardens of coral in the Marine Reserve and the wonderful array of fish – snapper, sturgeon, parrot, tiger and more. After your first dive you will return to the boat for refreshments and granola bars before heading out for your second dive which could include either a wreck or wall dive.  You will then return to the port and your waiting ship. 

Please note: There is a 1-hour rest period between the first and second dives and the depth can be anywhere between 60 – 80 feet.  Snorkelers are also included on the same boat and apart from having the opportunity of using two sites will also spend the same time on board with the divers.  Cancellations require 24-hour notice prior to tour without penalty. Cancellations received on the day of tour require full payment. If the minimum numbers are not met the tour may be cancelled. 

price $219
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Soper's Hole, Tortola, B.V.I.



3 HRS

Moderate

snorkeling

outdoors

boating
Tortola Snorkel
You will board a motor boat at the local marina, accompanied by an experienced instructor   for the scenic 30-minute ride to uninhabited and legendary Norman Island. There’s a myriad of underwater sites to be discovered as you snorkel for approximately 1½ hours in pristine surroundings at two locations. The first of these is normally at the Indians, before the group relocates to the Caves at Treasure Point, where pirate treasure is known to have been hidden. However depending on sea and weather conditions, alternative locations may be selected. Masks, snorkels, and vests are provided as well as instruction for novice snorkelers. After a brief sojourn on the beach and the opportunity to purchase snacks, you retrace your journey to Tortola and the yacht.

Please note:  A snorkel waiver must be signed prior to the boat’s departure. Wear your swimwear under your clothes and bring a towel and sunscreen. You must be a competent swimmer and have previous snorkeling experience. Alcohol is not served until after swimming and snorkeling activities are completed. Drinking water is available on the boat.

price $69
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3.5 HRS

Moderate

outdoors

refreshments

sightseeing

beach
Tortola, 4X4 Land Rover Excursion
Get off the beaten path! Escape to the less populated parts of Tortola in a small convoy of Land Rover Safari Jeeps. Experience vistas of the surrounding islands from viewpoints not accessed by the general public. Departing the marina, the Land Rover convoy passes through Pusser’s Landing following the coastal road before heading up a trail to the Ridge Road. The route will take you on an exhilarating tour, revealing the natural beauty of the island in the unspoiled scenery, flora, and fauna. Stops will be made for picture taking and you will visit a secluded beach where a refreshing drink is served. Rinse the “dust of the trail” off with a swim in the sea, or relax on the white-sand beach (beach chair included with your tour) before you will continue back through the wooded hills of exclusive Belmont Estate to the dock.

Please note: Vehicles accommodate 8 people in bucket seats facing each other. There are no facilities on the beach and this tour is not suitable for small children, those with back, neck, and kidney problems or pregnant women. 

price $105
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2.5 HRS

Easy

outdoors

sightseeing

beach
Tortola, Scenic Drive & Beach
From your tender dock, you will take an open-air safari bus on a scenic drive through the capital Roadtown, featuring both coasts of this beautiful island. Follow the Ridge Road and ascend Fort Hill, pausing for photos and commentary along the way. The views towards Anegada, the U.S. Virgin Islands, and many of the British Virgin Islands are unparalleled. After passing the local village of Long Trench with its colorful wall mural depicting historical scenes of island life, you will glimpse the settlement of Fahie Hill.  More outstanding views continue as you follow along the ridge, before descending Ross Path to beautiful Cane Garden Bay for a one-hour stay Swim and relax in the crystal clear water at this spectacular white-sand beach and enjoy a complimentary beverage. Changing/showering facilities, a restaurant, and bar (for additional extra-charge drinks) are also available. Your return to Roadtown will include a short visit to the historic Callwoods Rum Distillery and trace the scenic north shore, past Zion Hill and the Sir Francis Drake Channel.

Please note: This tour is operated using open safari tour buses that are accessed by three steps and involves driving over winding, steep hills.  The buses drive on the left hand side of the road. You will have free time at the beach where a lifeguard will be present. Wear your swimwear under your clothes and bring a towel. Beach chairs and umbrellas are available for rent at the beach.

price $39
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5.5 HRS

Strenuous

watersports

wildlife

refreshments

sightseeing

boating
Tortola, Two Tank Certified SCUBA: Wreck of the Rhone
You will board the dive boat right at Nanny Cay Marina and steam across to Salt Island, where the Rhone was dashed upon Black Rock Point in a violent hurricane in 1867. The ship split in two and sank to the ocean floor, scattering artifacts across the sea bed. The stern came to rest in 35 feet of water; the bow drifted slightly deeper to 80 feet. It will take two dives to thoroughly see the 310-foot steam ship that once carried mail and passengers between England and the Caribbean. On the first dive, you'll explore the ghostly bow section, which is nearly intact, including the prow, mast and lifeboat davits. The cavernous interior may look familiar as some of the most dramatic scenes in the movie "The Deep" were filmed here. The waters are usually teeming with jacks, grunts and sennets, a barracuda-like fish with a yellowish hue and exaggerated eyes. After a break, you'll dive in shallower waters around the stern and other remnants of the ship, such as the boiler, deck supports and massive propeller. Almost every surface is covered in a kaleidoscope of vibrant coral and sponges, which attract a variety of brightly colored fish. Following your amazing underwater adventure at one of the Caribbean's best dive sites, you'll cruise back to the pier, enjoying some refreshments along the way.

Please note: Guests wishing to participate in this tour must be certified divers and present their dive certification card and show proof that they have dived within the last 3 years. If you have not dived within this period, you may alternatively take a refresher course prior to your cruise. Guests should be in good physical condition. The tour is not available to wheelchair guests, those with mobility concerns, or those with back or neck problems. Bathing suits should be worn under a cover-up and guests should bring their own towel. Hats, sunglasses, sunscreen and flat, comfortable shoes or aqua socks are strongly recommended. Diving equipment is provided. Guests taking part in any water activities do so at their own risk and responsibility and the local operator requires that all participants sign a liability waiver before being permitted on the tour. Dependent upon prevailing weather and sea conditions, alternate diving sites may be substituted.

price $275
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3.5 HRS

Strenuous

outdoors

wildlife

sightseeing
Tortola, Virgin Canopy Tour
High in the hills overlooking Road Town lays a “Shangri-la” of lush vegetation, tropical birds and flowers, and the newest attraction on the island of Tortola – the Original Virgin Canopy Tour Experience. Similar to a zipline, but much safer and quieter, the Original Canopy Tour will provide you with all the thrills and adrenaline you are looking for but as an ecotour that is fun for all members of the family and even experienced zipline riders will find this tour something that can't be missed. After the tour you will be able to take in the million dollar view, purchase refreshments or snacks or just relax for about 20 minutes. This tour will make you wish you had more time to spend in this idyllic tropical paradise.

Please note: This tour involves winding roads, climbing ladders to platforms 20 feet above the ground, standing on the platforms and wearing a harness.

price $145
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Jost Van Dyke, Great Harbour, B.V.I.



3 HRS

Moderate

watersports

snorkeling

essentials
Jost Van Dyke, Kayak and Eco-Tour
This guided Eco-Tour by Kayak or stand-up paddleboard with snorkeling will start off at the beach in Great Harbour, Jost Van Dyke. You can choose between a paddleboard or a kayak. The kayak can be done individually in a 1-person kayak or two can choose to paddle together in 2-seater kayaks. You will receive a briefing, eco-presentation, snorkel equipment fitting at the BVI Eco-Tours headquarters in Great Harbour, Jost Van Dyke. From here, your tour will begin with a 45-minute paddle downwind towards White Bay. In addition to the guides in the water on a kayak/paddleboards, there will be a  support boat which will accompany the group at all times to assist in anyway necessary or pickup guests who need a break. Arrive at White Bay where you can relax, sun tan, visit beach bars and gift shops, snorkel off the reef or use the kayaks/paddleboards more. There will also be a professional guide eco-presentation on the local environment and the marine life experienced during your adventure. The tour will end with a transfer return to the ship’s rendezvous location for the tender back to the ship in Great Harbour.

Please note: Wear your swimwear under your clothes and bring a towel, dry t-shirt or sweatshirt, a hat, and sunscreen. Snorkeling and swimming destinations may vary according to sea and weather conditions.


price $109
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4 HRS

Moderate to
strenuous

boating

refreshments

watersports

sightseeing

essentials
Jost Van Dyke, Sail and Snorkel
Step aboard a sleek catamaran for a fun and relaxing cruise through the islands surrounding Jost Van Dyke.  After an hour of sailing your catamaran will anchor off the beautiful desert island Sandy Cay. From here you can choose to swim in the crystal-clear water, bask in the sun on the pristine white-sand beach, or stay on board and enjoy a complimentary drink. Cruise to Diamond Cay, a tiny islet surrounded by powdery white sand, azure blue waters, and an underwater world filled with colorful marine life. Enjoy an hour of exploring the fascinating reefs, or take a stroll to Foxy’s Taboo.  Refreshments and snacks are available at Foxy's Taboo (additional cost), as well as a pleasant little gift shop. The crew will sound the horn for another hour of catamaran cruising with rum punch and music.

Please note: Wear your swimwear under your clothes and bring a towel, dry t-shirt or sweatshirt, a hat, and sunscreen. Snorkeling and swimming destinations may vary according to sea and weather conditions. Guests must be able to step on and off the catamaran and in and out of the water via a dive ladder. Refreshments are included on board.


price $119
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Virgin Gorda, B.V.I.



3 horus

Moderate to
strenuous

beach

sightseeing

essentials
Virgin Gorda: Baths Transfer
Enjoy the best that Virgin Gorda has to offer when you take a short bus ride through Spanish Town to the Top of The Baths. Board your open air safari bus at The Yacht Harbour and enjoy the drive to The Baths, the B.V.I.’s most famous landmark. These massive granite boulders stand out against powdery white sand and crystal clear waters, so seize this chance to scramble through narrow gaps, intricate pools and passages which comprise this adventurous footpath before it opens out to the spectacular white sands of Devil’s Bay.  The beach at The Baths boasts an appealing bar, souvenir stand and restrooms.  For those not physically inclined, you can still be witness to these dramatic batholiths should you take a drink at the Top of The Baths, or the less strenuous path direct down to Devil’s Bay. Before boarding the safari buses, sample a complimentary rum punch, punch or water at the gazebo above the Baths. Then head back to your tenders at the Yacht Harbour.

Please note:  Bring a towel, sunscreen, cash (USD)or credit card (Visa and Mastercard only) bug spray,and swimsuits should be worn under light casual wear.


price $29
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4.5 HRS

Moderate

boating

refreshments

beach

outdoors

essentials
Virgin Gorda: Escape To Anegada
Board your power boat from Spanish Town Yacht Harbour heading up the protected waters of the North Shore of Virgin Gorda with great views of the leeward shore bays, beautiful Villas and resorts scattered on the hillside of Great Mountain. You will tuck into North Sound to make the most of the flat protected waters, passing Richard Branson’s Moskito Island on the left and cross over North Sound known as ‘the billionaires playground ‘of the Virgin Islands to start your exhilarating roller coaster ride to the reefs of Anegada. A short 35 minutes of splashtacular adventure will find you in tranquil waters gazing in amazement at a mountain of Conch at White Bay. After a swim and exploration of the conch shells you will re-board the boat and tour the southern flats of Anegada. The water here is only 4 feet deep!  So you can clearly see the bottom and the sundry of sea life beneath the surface. You will follow the South shore to Setting Point, a small community accustomed to the slow pace of island life. From here board an open air bus for a 15-minute ride with views of the island. The old-world wooden dock leads you to the Anegada Reef Hotel where you can choose to buy a drink or peruse the gift shop, in either case, this is a barefoot experience. Your next course will take you on to Pomato Point to step ashore for some light refreshment.  If you wish to take a moment of serene solitude, capture the opportunity with a walk on the long and serene white-sand beach.  On departing the Flats of Anegada, the Captain will navigate around the large coral head structures to cross the open waters back to Virgin Gorda for the beach barbecue.

Please note:  Wear sunscreen, a long sleeve shirt, or a rash guard, a hat with a chin strap or leash, and sunglasses. Bring your swim suit and a towel. This tour will be cancelled if the wind is sustained at and above 18 knots.



price $199
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4 HRS

Strenuous

walking

beach

boating

essentials
Virgin Gorda: Highlights & Bath Tour
Enjoy the best that Virgin Gorda has to offer when you take this Island Tour to the world famous The Baths.  Board your open air safari bus at The Yacht Harbour and wind up the hills to Gorda Peak where you will have the opportunity to photograph the impressive archipelago of the B.V.I.  Your route takes you on down the spine of this beautiful island. From here you will drive to The Baths, the B.V.I.’s most famous landmark. These massive granite boulders stand out against powdery white sand and crystal clear waters, so seize this chance to scramble through narrow gaps, intricate pools and passages which comprise this adventurous footpath before it opens out to the spectacular white sands of Devils Bay.  The beach at The Baths boasts an appealing bar, souvenir stand and restrooms.  For those not physically inclined, you can still be witness to these dramatic batholiths should you take a drink at the Top of The Baths, or the less strenuous path direct down to Devils Bay. Before boarding the safari buses, sample a complimentary rum punch, punch or water at the gazebo above The Baths. The taxis will then take you back to your tenders at the Yacht Harbour.

Please note:  Wear your swimsuit under your clothes, bring reef-friendly sun screen, towel, camera, reef or aqua shoes to explore the Baths, flip-flops are not recommended.  This tour is not recommended for those with mobility issues. Use caution while walking down the trail and through the boulders in the caves. Path is uneven and slippery. On some days expect crowds. Please be aware of the National Flag Warning System and adhere to it at all times. Red Flag: Danger - No Swimming. Yellow Flag: Caution - Weak swimmers are discouraged from entering the water.  Purple Flag: Jellyfish Warning.


price $55
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3 HRS

Moderately
easy

snorkeling

wildlife

refreshments

essentials
Virgin Gorda: Snorkel Adventure
The exciting marine world is revealed to you on this adventure to two of Virgin Gorda's best regarded snorkel sites.  Board a sleek and spacious 36ft Newton motor boat for a fun and relaxing cruise through the islands surrounding Virgin Gorda.  Motor across the stunning Virgin Gorda with views of neighboring islands.The catamaran will moor at your first snorkel spot, chosen by the Captain as per the best location for the day.  The crew will assist with getting your snorkel gear ready, give a safety briefing and guide you in the water while pointing out interesting sea life.  Once back on board, the Captain will pick out a second snorkel spot for you enjoy. The tour ends with refreshments on board and a cruise back to The Yacht Harbour in Spanish Town.

Please note: wear your swimsuit under your clothes, bring a towel, a dry t-shirt or sweatshirt, reef friendly sunscreen, waterproof camera (if you want to record the boulders ashore), and a hat.  Participants must sign a waiver before departing the dock. Depending on weather and sea state the snorkel locations might have to be adjusted. Minimum age is 7 years. 

price $89
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Gustavia, St. Barthélemy



1 hour

Easy

sightseeing

essentials
St. Barts: Intimate Island Tour
This is an exclusive panorama island tour for five to seven people with a local, English speaking driver/guide in an air-conditioned vehicle. Experience the local highlights as you wish, at your pace.

Please note:  Wear comfortable shoes and clothes. 


price $79
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3 HRS

Moderate to
strenuous

snorkeling

wildlife

refreshments

beach

boating
St. Barts: Sailing Catamaran Adventure
Caribbean music and the friendly crew of a well-appointed, full-sail catamaran will welcome you aboard. This boat is specially designed to offer shade and refreshing breezes as you sail along the beautiful west coast of the island to the Marine Park at Colombier Bay. You will anchor about 80 feet offshore, close to coral reefs teeming with schools of colorful fish. A professional instructor will give you a full orientation and explain the use of the snorkel equipment.  You will have time to swim and snorkel, or simply bask in the sun.  On the return to Gustavia, soft drinks, beer, or refreshing rum punch or fruit punch will be offered. 

Please note:  This exclusive experience is limited to 14 guests and sells out quickly. No previous sailing experience necessary. The catamaran will offer refreshments throughout the trip. Restrooms are located on board the catamaran. Bring sunscreen, hat, swimsuit, and underwater camera. Snorkeling gear is available on the boat. 


price $169
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3 HRS

Moderately
easy

refreshments

boating

essentials
St. Barts: Sailing the Leeward Coast
Boarding your sailing cat you will depart from Gustavia's tender pier. Your Captain will give a safety briefing as you set sail. You will be able to enjoy some good sailing time as you head to “Pointe de Colombier” and its sheltered bay. You can enjoy the scenic panorama, passing the mega yachts at anchor. Once at anchor in Colombier Bay, you will have time to sunbathe, relax, sleep on the trampoline net or just read a good book under the shade of the bimini.  The Captain will serve you mineral water, soft drinks, beer or rum punch and light snacks and the crew will be attentive and helpful all the while. 

Please note: There is no transportation available to the beach. Bring a sunglasses and plenty of sunscreen. You will board the ship with a gangway that can be tricky because of the recurrent swell in Gustavia harbor. You   will have to remove your shoes and be barefoot before boarding the vessel. The Captain is solely responsible and has the right to refuse boarding to a guest who would be judged unable to participate.


price $179
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1 hour

Easy

wildlife

boating

essentials
St. Barts: Yellow Semi-Sub Exploration
All aboard a semi-submersible to discover the rich undersea life surrounding St. Barts, without even getting wet! After boarding, you may choose to either stay outside on the open deck or enter the tunnel-like hull equipped with underwater windows. At the harbor’s entrance, keep watch for the many green turtles that frequent this area. Soon, the semi-sub passes over the wreck of the island freighter Marignan. Cross the southeastern edge of the St. Barts Marine Park and arrays of undersea marvels will soon be revealed before your eyes. The seabed is full of colorful coral reefs, and schools of Sergeant Major Fish. On your arrival at The Saints, the onboard crew will feed schools of fish. Don’t be surprised if seemingly hundreds of fish almost push against your window. You may even glimpse a shark or two! After approximately 10 minutes, your semi-sub heads back to the pier. You may wish to stay out on the upper deck for picturesque views of the coastline and graceful anchored yachts.

Please note:  The semi-submersible has steep interior steps. The itinerary may be amended at the Captain’s discretion based on weather conditions, general safety, or any other factor. There can be no guaranteed sightings of any specific sea life.


price $89
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Philipsburg, St. Maarten



2.5 HRS

Moderate

refreshments

boating

essentials
St. Maarten: Americas Cup Sailboat Racing
Experience the thrill of racing multi-million dollar America’s Cup Race sailboats in the warm blue waters and brisk trade winds of St. Maarten. Previous sailing experience is not necessary for this excursion, which is one of the highest rated in the Caribbean. You will tender out from the 12 Metre Clubhouse dock at Dock Maarten where after a briefing you will take a 10-minute tender ride out to your allocated sailboat. Either Dennis Conner’s America’s Cup winning Stars & Stripes, Canada II, or True North IV are yours for this once-in-a-lifetime adventure. The expert crew will show you exactly what to do if you want to take a “crew member’s” position. Then it’s off to the racecourse – grind a winch – trim a sail – punch a stopwatch, or just sit back, relax and enjoy the included refreshments.  After the race enjoy a victory rum punch party at the12 Metre Clubhouse where the tour ends.

Please note:  Wear soft-soled suitable footwear for the sailboat. This event is weather/wind dependent.

price $169
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2.5 HRS

Moderate

outdoors

refreshments

boating

essentials
St. Maarten: Americas Cup Sailboat Racing with Transfer to Airport
Experience the thrill of racing multi-million dollar America’s Cup Race sailboats in the warm blue waters and brisk trade winds of St. Maarten. Previous sailing experience is not necessary for this excursion, which is one of the highest rated in the Caribbean. You will be tendered out from the 12 Metre Clubhouse dock at Dock Maarten, where after a briefing you will take a 10-minute tender ride out to your allocated sailboat. Either Dennis Conner’s America’s Cup winning Stars & Stripes, Canada II, or True North IV are yours for this once-in-a-lifetime adventure. The expert crew will show you exactly what to do if you want to take a “crew member’s” position. Then it’s off to the racecourse – grind a winch – trim a sail – punch a stopwatch, or just sit back, relax and enjoy the included refreshments.  After the race enjoy a victory rum punch party at the 12 Metre Clubhouse before your transfer to the airport.

Please note:  Wear soft-soled suitable footwear for the sailboat. This event is weather/wind dependent.

price $169
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3.5 HRS

Moderate

outdoors

refreshments

boating

essentials
St. Maarten: Americas Cup Sailboat Racing with Transfer to Windstar Hotel
Experience the thrill of racing multi-million dollar America’s Cup Race sailboats in the warm blue waters and brisk trade winds of St. Maarten. Previous sailing experience is not necessary for this excursion, which is one of the highest rated in the Caribbean. You will depart directly from your yacht in Marigot to Philipsburg, where after a briefing you will take a 10-minute tender ride out to your allocated sailboat. Either Dennis Conner’s America’s Cup winning Stars & Stripes, Canada II, or True North are yours for this once-in-a-lifetime adventure. The expert crew will show you exactly what to do if you want to take a “crew member’s” position. Then it’s off to the racecourse – grind a winch – trim a sail – punch a stopwatch, or just sit back, relax and enjoy the included refreshments.  After the race enjoy a victory rum punch party and browse through the museum souvenir boutique before your transfer to your Windstar hotel.

Please note:  Wear suitable footwear for the sailboat. This event is weather/wind dependent.


price $169
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4 HRS

Easy

sightseeing

essentials
St. Maarten: Half Day Private Island Tour in SUV or Deluxe Mini Van
Explore at your leisure with a private vehicle, driver, and English-speaking guide. This exclusive tour will allow you to customize your time ashore and explore the most interesting sites in the comfort and privacy of your own car. With your private vehicle, and the personalized attention of your driver and English-speaking guide, you will have the flexibility and independence to design your itinerary ashore. See the iconic sites or create your own personal stops to make the experience your own.

Please note:  Capacity: 3-6 guests. Private cars are ordered per vehicle (not per person). This tour includes transport in a private car, driver and English Speaking Guide. Itinerary can be adjusted with tour guide as long as it’s in the area and does not exceed the duration of 4 hours. Recommended for physically challenged guests.

price $659
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4 HRS

Moderately
easy

sightseeing
St. Maarten: Soualiga Sky Explorer & 360 Views
Board an air-conditioned vehicle for a 15-minute ride to Rockland Estate where the most breathtaking, awe-inspiring, 360 degree views await you. After check-in and signing a waiver, you will first visit the Emilio Wilson Museum, which is located in the restored plantation house originally built in the 1700s. You will be on your own to browse the museum which tells the powerful story of Trace Wilson, who was born into slavery on the property in 1818 and her direct descendant Emilio Wilson. You will see depictions of what life was like on a Caribbean plantation and learn about the customs, traditions, lifestyle and stories that earned Sint Maarten the nickname ‘The Friendly Island.' As the Soualiga Sky Explorer ascends, you will experience the landscape unfolding below until you reach the top of St. Maarten’s highest mountain, an elevation of 1,125 feet. From here you will have a 360-degree spectacular view over the island, as well as over neighboring islands, Saba, St. Barth, St. Eustatius and Anguilla. This chair lift spans 2,997 ft, so enjoy your leisurely ride over the vegetation below. Once on the top of Sentry Hill, you will find platforms that give you the perfect vantage point for taking your photos and for enjoying the simply amazing view. After descending back into the park, you will then have some free time to visit the gift shop, buy your photos or a refreshment, until it is time to meet up with the group at the pre-determined time and location and return to the Port.

Please note: Bring money and/or credit cards if you would like to purchase something in the gift shop or get a refreshment at the restaurant. Sunscreen, hats, closed-toe shoes are recommended. All children must be accompanied by an adult and able to sit on their own.



price $179
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4 HRS

Easy

sightseeing

essentials
St. Maarten: Soualiga Sky Explorer & Flying Dutchman
Board an air-conditioned vehicle for a 15-minute ride to Rockland Estate where this new thrill awaits you. As an adventure-seeker you will simply love this thrilling ride that will take you on the Soualiga Sky Explorer with the landscape unfolding below to the top of St. Maarten’s highest mountain. Then you’ll go flying back down on the world’s steepest zip lines.  After check-in and signing a waiver, the guests will first visit the Emilio Wilson Museum, which is located in the restored plantation house originally built in the 1700s. You will be on your own to browse the museum which tells the powerful story of Trace Wilson, who was born into slavery on the property in 1818 and her direct descendant Emilio Wilson. You will see depictions of what life was like on a Caribbean plantation and learn about the customs, traditions, lifestyle and stories that earned Sint Maarten the nickname ‘The Friendly Island.' Then take the Soualiga Sky Explorer up to Sentry Hill, which at 1,125 ft is the highest elevation on the Dutch side of the island (Sint Maarten). From here you will have a 360-degree spectacular view over the island, as well as over neighboring islands, Saba, St. Bart’s, St. Eustatius and Anguilla. This chair lift spans 2,997 ft, so enjoy your leisurely ride over the vegetation below. Once on the top of Sentry Hill, you will find platforms that give you the perfect vantage point for taking your photos and for enjoying the simply amazing view. Then you will descend on the Flying Dutchman, the fastest zip line in the world and quite a thrill. Harnessed into a chair, you will go on a ride that will afford a flight line drop of 1,050 ft in elevation, over 2,800 ft.  You will then have some free time to visit the gift shop to purchase a photo or a refreshment, until it is time to meet up with the group at the pre-determined time and location and return to the Port.

Please note: Bring sunscreen and insect repellent and wearing closed-toe and secured shoes is required. Currency accepted is US dollars or credit cards. All children must be accompanied by an adult and able to sit on their own. For the Flying Dutchman weight range is 100 - 275 pounds. Height range is 52 – 80 inches.



price $249
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4 HRS

Moderately
easy

sightseeing

walking

essentials
St. Maarten: Under Two Flags Island Tour
The best way to see the "friendly" island of St. Maarten/St. Martin, the smallest island shared between two nations, is to take the Under Two Flags Island Tour. You will depart Philipsburg Port and will be driven to beautiful Oyster Pond, to cross the border to the French side, and follow along Coralita Road to the first stop of your tour. There, you will have the opportunity to enjoy a picturesque lookout point over the impressive Atlantic coast and the islands of Tintamarre and St Bart’s. After a short stop, drive through Quartier d'Orléans, better known as French Quarter, past well known Orient Beach and Grand Case, culinary capital of the Caribbean, before arriving in Marigot, capital of the French side. Here you will have time to visit the outdoor seaside market, where among Caribbean souvenirs, local art work and hand-made jewelry, products from Provence, France, can also be found. The West Indies Mall with its French boutiques is just around the corner. Leaving Marigot behind, stop at Cay Hill Lookout Point for another photo op overlooking Simpson Bay Lagoon, one of the largest lagoons in the West Indies, and the blue waters of the Caribbean. Then, for the last stop, you will be dropped off in Philipsburg for some more shopping on Front Street or a nice stroll along the Boardwalk before returning to the Port.

Please note: This tour is not wheelchair accessible. Wear comfortable walking shoes, a hat, sunscreen and bring some cash.



price $69
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