COLORS OF KEY WEST & CENTRAL AMERICA

From $ 2,499 pp
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Colors of Key West & Central America

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Key West, Florida

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5 HRS

Moderate to
strenuous

walking

beach

sightseeing

concierge
Key West, Concierge Collection: Dry Tortugas National Park by Seaplane
A van will pick you up at the port to take you to the airport where you will check in for your private flight and board your Seaplane to Dry Tortugas National Park.  This tour is 5 hours long approximately, providing at least 2 ½ hours of island time at Fort Jefferson/Dry Tortugas. Travel time is approximately 40 minutes each way. 70 miles west of Key West, Florida lies one of North America's most inaccessible National Parks, the Dry Tortugas. The park is renowned for its marine life, pirate legends and sheer unspoiled beauty. It is dominated by its central feature, the majestic Fort Jefferson, the largest brick building in the western hemisphere. Step back in time and explore the history that is Fort Jefferson. Sunbathe on a remote white-sand beach or snorkel the living reef in the warm crystal-clear waters. Coolers and ice, with complimentary bottled water and/or your choice of soft drinks will be supplied as well as snorkeling equipment. Don’t forget your beach towels, bathing suits, camera and snacks! (There is no food on the island).

Please note: Wear comfortable, light clothing and walking shoes.  Bring sunscreen, sunglasses, a hat, and camera.


price $725
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3.5 HRS

Moderate

sightseeing

walking

essentials
Key West, Hemingways House & Mojito Workshop
Your guide will meet you at the pier and you will walk along Duval Street to Hemingway’s House as you listen to all the historic facts that your guide will share with you. Visit the Ernest Hemingway Home and Museum, nestled in the heart of Old Town Key West. This unique property was home to Hemingway for more than 10 years, one the America’s most honored and respected authors. Step back in time and visit the rooms and gardens that witnessed the most prolific period of his writing career. From here walk with your guide to the first rum distillery of Key West where you will visit the premises and will learn how to make rum followed by a unique Cuban mojito workshop.

Please note: Wear comfortable, light clothing and walking shoes.  Bring sunscreen, sunglasses, a hat, and camera. Guests in wheelchairs and those with limited mobility should not select this tour.


price $135
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3 HRS

Strenuous

boating

wildlife

sightseeing

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Key West, Kayak Tour
Escape the ordinary. Only 15 minutes from busy downtown Key West, Geiger Key is a pristine paradise. Your expert nature guide will take you through sheltered winding mangrove trails, pointing out native marine life, plants and birds of the Florida Keys. Learn about this tropical ecosystem and how the mangrove islands and sea grass beds serve as a marine nursery for Key West’s fish, animals and birds. See dolphins, turtles, rays and bright fish in the water, iguanas sunning in the trees and birds soaring overhead.

Please note: Wear comfortable, light clothing and walking shoes.  Bring sunscreen, sunglasses, a hat, and camera.


price $185
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Cozumel, Mexico



2.5 HRS

Moderately
easy

wildlife

boating

sightseeing

essentials
Cozumel, Atlantis Submarine
Tell your vacation story for years to come, after a tour with Atlantis Submarines. Join the meager 1% of the world’s population to travel more than 100 feet – over 30 meters – below the surface to discover the wonders of the deep. Take the plunge in Mexico’s only submarine designed for tourists to explore the tropical life of the Caribbean. Mysteries, like the sunken ship Felipe Xicotencatl, and the 400-foot vertical drop affectionately known as The Wall, come alive as you peer into the depths through one of 26 portholes. 

Please note: Guests with cardiac, pulmonary issues or back injuries must refrain from participating. Restaurant and bar available for an extra charge (payed at the spot directly by guests).


price $199
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6 HRS

Moderately
easy

sightseeing

essentials
Cozumel, Cozumel Highlights
This tour combines Mayan traditions, Mexican proud (Tequila) and ancient customs, art, and buildings.  Sights, scenery and shopping, are all included, so you won’t have to choose between the three.  The day will start off with a coach tour to the Discover Mexico theme park. Check out the miniature replicas of Mexico’s most iconic sights and buildings before heading on to Kun Che Park for a unique and exclusive Mayan Ritual, a bBall game performance. A must-see experience. A traditional Mayan Shaman will welcome you and invite you for spiritual purification in Mayan language. Then you will head to a Mayan house where traditional tortillas, “Chaya” green leaf tamal, and chocolate are waiting for you to try. Next up, you’ll hop over to the island’s east coast, where ribbons of untouched sand set the scene. You’ll make a stop at El Mirador, a ruggedly beautiful rock formation that juts out to sea. 

Please note: Wear comfortable shoes and clothes, sunscreen, and a hat. A cold towel will be handed out in the Kun Che Park, before the Mayan Ball Game Performance.



price $169
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6.5 house

Moderate

sightseeing

dining

snorkeling

outdoors

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Cozumel, Jeep & Chankanaab Adventure
If you want to find out why the Mayans considered Cozumel as sacred ground, then you have found exactly what you have been looking for. This unique tour will include visiting the historical “Faro Celarain,” the lighthouse that guided the pirates of the Caribbean to a nature reserved park, with breathtaking aerial views of the Island and Cozumel’s virgin coast. The turquoise-blue water will entice you to dive in, so that is why Chankanaab Park is the next stop on your adventure, where you can swim, snorkel and dive, finding hidden treasures nestled in the crystal-clear ocean and of course, experiencing the amazing Sea Lion show, a botanical garden that surrounds its natural blue lagoon, with live crocodiles and a traditional “Casita Maya” or Mayan house. Last but not least, you will enjoy the Mexican flavors and tequila tasting at “La Laguna” restaurant, while the light breeze lets you indulge in the moment. Take a 25-minute jeep drive to a lovely beach for a photo stop and  to plan your next visit to this magical piece of paradise

Please note: Wear comfortable shoes and clothes, sunscreen, and a hat. Bring your swimsuit and a towel.


price $179
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4 HRS

Moderate

outdoors

wildlife

essentials
Cozumel, Reef Restoration
It’s time to give back to the sea! Help to restore the coral reefs of Cozumel with a group of local marine biologists. Sand Dollar Sports has joined forces with “Global Coral Reef Alliance” (GCRA), "Cozumel Coral Reef Restoration Program” (CCRRP), “Minecraft Underwater World”, “Biorock” and Qualti AC to create Cozumel’s only Reef Restoration program and project. Experts will provide you with a brief introduction to coral reproduction and coral restoration concepts. Part of your class will include an up-close look at coral spawning and reproduction at a shoreside aquarium along with a hand’s-on program that includes assisting with any number of projects depending on whats needed at the time of your participation. Afterward your guides will take you on a snorkel tour of coral gardens where you’ll see coral transplanting or coral gathering and identification. You may also participate in beach clean-up activities, depending on the area’s needs.

Please note: Guests should know how to swim and snorkel. Guests with cardiac, pulmonary issues or back injuries must refrain from participating. Restaurant and bar available for an extra charge (payed at spot directly by guests). Wear your swimsuit, comfortable shoes and clothes, and sunscreen.


price $149
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Belize City, Belize



2.5 HRS

Easy

boating

sightseeing

wildlife

essentials
Belize City, Airboat Adventure & Belize City Sights
You will be met at the tender pier and board an air conditioned bus for a guided partial city tour of historical Belize while heading out to the Airboat Outpost. Your tour guide will acquaint you with the rich history of the city from its establishment by shipwrecked British sailors in 1683 to modern day.  This transfer will take you up the George Price Highway to Almond Hill Lagoon, where you receive a short orientation and safety briefing before boarding your airboat. Skim across Almond Hill Lagoon before cutting the engine to drift near a feeding site for endangered manatees. Then cruise to Indian Creek and explore a pristine marsh lined with mangroves. Only inches deep, the marsh is home to brightly colored water lilies, wading birds, turkey buzzards, and even crocodiles. At the end of the tour you can purchase tour pictures.

Please note:  Wear a cap, sunglasses, sunscreen and bring cash/credit card. This tour is Wheelchair accessible and wearing ear muffs provided is mandatory.


price $95
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5.5 HRS

Moderately
easy

watersports

outdoors

dining

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Belize City, Belize Crystal Cave Tubing with Lunch
Enjoy cave tubing, cave exploration and swimming in the Crystal Caves situated in the tropical rainforest of Belize at the Jaguar Paw Adventure Outpost. In groups of 8 persons, your guide will give you a private tour through the ceremonial chambers of the ancient Maya ruins. Upon arriving at the location, you will be given a safety briefing and will start with a short jungle trek to the cave entrance.  Your guide will point out some fun facts of the lush green environment that surrounds you.  As you start to make your way down underground, with your helmet and headlights you will go through a narrow passage that opens up to the cavern of chambers.  As you explore and hike through the cave you will be in awe of the intricate shapes of the stalactites and stalagmites that have taken centuries to form and continue to take shape. Crystallized columns and veils provide some interesting features inside the cave. Your journey through the cave will continue with getting on to your tubes and enjoying the thrill of the cool waters as you float through another section of the cave. As your guide leads you to the exit of the cave system, you can take some time to swim and relax before you trek back to the Jaguar Paw Jungle Café for a tasty Belizean lunch.  Your photos, drinks and tropical cocktails, souvenirs and other snacks are available for purchase before you return to the port.  

Please note:  Bring towels, swim suit, repellent, sunscreen, cash/credit card and dry clothes. Lockers are available for rent at a cost- guests are not allowed to leave personal items on the bus. 


price $139
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3 HRS

Easy

culture

sightseeing

essentials
Belize City, Garifuna Cultural Show & Drumming, Rum Tasting & Shopping
Belize City was built on rum bottles – or so the legend goes. This tour will take you to one of its most treasured distilleries. First, you’ll be given a tour of the capital by coach. Look out for streets hugged by handsome colonial buildings, bustling shops and parks. Then, it’s on to Traveller’s Liquors Belize – home to world-famous One Barrel Rum. Here, you’ll learn about the history of rum and how it’s made. The tour will take you to the aging room, where the spirits are aged, blended, and stored. You’ll find the rum stacked in wooden barrels – one of which was cracked open for Prince Harry’s 2012 visit. After, you can sample some rum. There are also local cocktails available for purchase at the bar, which was made from remains of an old rum runner ship – Belizeans used these to travel up the Louisiana coast during the days of Prohibition. Later, you can watch a traditional show with locals singing and dancing to drums while sipping a refreshing Tropical Rum Punch.

Please note:  Wear a cap, sunglasses, sunscreen, and comfortable walking shoes. Bring cash/credit card. 


price $99
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4 HRS

Moderately
easy

wildlife

outdoors

dining

essentials
Belize City, Howler Monkey Sanctuary
Visit the Community Baboon Sanctuary, and be inspired by their success story in the protection of the Black Howler Monkeys (Baboons in Creole). Established in 1985, this baboon sanctuary was set up as a cooperative agreement among 12 local farmers and landowners in Bermudian Landing who voluntarily agreed to preserve the area’s black howler monkey habitat as a way to support the local economy by drawing in tourism and creating jobs. Today, CBS is more than just a wildlife conservation area. The program has become such a success that over 220 private landowners across seven Creole villages participate, and the entire community works to protect the forests and rivers. Years of grassroots conservation efforts are showing the results: the black howler population has grown from a couple of hundred to over 2,000 monkeys, and now their high numbers provide visitors with guaranteed sightings. The CBS is a wonderful place to experience the wonders of a Belizean Rainforest first hand. The visit will begin at the visitor's center, where a knowledgeable local guide will explain the project and then take the group for a small tour of the property where you can expect to experience Black Howler Monkeys firsthand, wonder at the majesty of the rainforest, and learn about traditional rainforest plants and medicine. Your tour will end with a delicious Belizean lunch near the Belize River.

Please note:  Wear a cap, sunglasses, sunscreen, bug spray and comfortable walking shoes. Bring cash/credit card. 


price $79
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7 HRS

Moderate to
strenuous

culture

sightseeing

dining

walking

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Belize City, Lamanai Temples & River Expedition
Enjoy a day trip out to the Lamanai Ruins, one of Belize’s oldest Mayan sites and discover a beautiful mix of river and ruins. Hop into a boat to cruise toward the ruins on the Rio Nuevo, taking in the jungle scenery as your guide shares insight into the Mayans' history, culture, and mysterious decline. Then step aboard a river boat and cruise through a rich haven of vibrant flowers, towering trees, and diverse wildlife—keeping your eyes peeled for tropical birds stepping across the lily pads, spider monkeys in the treetops, and crocodiles on the sun-soaked riverbanks. From the entrance to the New River Lagoon, catch your first glimpse of Lamanai, the temple ruins’ name means “submerged insect” or “submerged crocodile.” This elaborate archaeological site dates back as early as the 16th century B.C. and is comprised of 3 larger pyramids, the Jaguar temple, Hight Temple and Mask Temple. Explore the residential areas, open plazas, and a Meso-american ritual ball court. Tour will end with a delicious Belizean lunch at Lamanai Maya Site.

Please note:  Wear a cap, sunglasses, sunscreen and comfortable walking shoes. Bring cash/credit card. You are not allowed to climb the ruins before or after rain due to slippery steps. You must be able to climb and descend stairs and walk on unpaved or uneven terrain. This activity is not wheelchair accessible.


price $169
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Trujillo, Honduras



3 HRS

Moderate

walking

sightseeing

refreshments

essentials
Trujillo, A Taste of Trujllo
Enjoy the local history and spirit of Trujillo, as you are introduced to the rich mix of cultures and flavors that make this Caribbean city so unique.  Start with an inside visit to the Santa Barbara Fort, which provides spectacular views of the bay. The fort was originally built in 1575, only to be destroyed in the 1600s. Abandoned for 100 years, the fort was eventually rebuilt by the Spanish in 1780.  Continuing on from the fort, you’ll visit the Town Plaza, San Juan Bautista Church, and the remains of the old British, French, and U.S. consulates.  Throughout the tour you’ll be entertained with stories about pirates, bootleggers, adventurers, William Walker, O’Henry, and more.  A stop will be made at “Made in Honduras,” a store where local crafters and artisans work and sell their goods. Continue your cultural exploration of Trujillo as you enjoy a taste of various cultural treats from the Honduran, Garifuna, and Pech communities. 

Please note: It is recommended to dress in casual clothing, a hat, sunscreen and insect repellent, as well as wear flat, comfortable shoes. This excursion is not recommended for guests with walking difficulties, and is not wheelchair-accessible. Inside the Fort there are steps and inclines to negotiate. Please be aware that the food items are samples only.


price $99
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3 HRS

Strenuous

outdoors

sightseeing

essentials
Trujillo, ATV Jungle Adventure
Are you a thrill seeker looking for an experience of a lifetime?  This Jungle ATV Adventure is the ultimate way to explore the jungles of Honduras.  Begin with an approximate 30-minute ride down the rural roads of Honduras, to Campo del Mar where you’ll begin your off-road adventure into a tropical jungle.  You’ll ride your very own ATV 4-wheeler through the winding, narrow jungle paths of tropical vegetation and experience a variety of eco-systems.  Take in the sights and sounds of the jungle as your guide will take you through rivers, swamplands, and thick jungle where little sunlight penetrates.  Learn Honduran history and folklore along the way with various stops throughout the tour. 

Please note:  Participants must be at least 16 years of age, weigh no more than 300 lbs. and be at least 5 feet tall to drive an ATV. Previous experience driving an ATV and a valid driver’s license are required and must be presented to the Tour Operator. One person per ATV. A helmet with eye protection is provided and must be worn. Closed-toe shoes are required, long pants; sunscreen and insect repellent are suggested.  Trail may be muddy and you may get dirty.  Pregnant women and guests with heart/respiratory conditions or back/neck injuries are not permitted on this excursion. Guests will be required to sign a waiver to participate. The Tour Operator reserves the right to deny any tour participant, prior to the tour departure, he/she deems not capable of driving ATV.


price $119
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5HRS

Moderate

sightseeing

beach

dining

essentials
Trujillo, Best of Trujillo
Discover the highlights of Trujillo and Campo del Mar, the best of Trujillo! Depart directly from the port for a city tour, learning about Christopher Columbus’ landing in 1502, and American filibuster William Walker, the Santa Barbara Fort, the escape of the Garifuna, among other historical greats. After your city tour a 30-minute ride down the rural roads of Honduras, will take you to Campo del Mar where you’ll have time on a private beach, with two pools, full bar and restaurant, and a buffet lunch reserved for you. You will have all day access to the 22 acres of the Nature Park where you’ll experience tropical Honduran fruits, flora and fauna, in the Botanical Gardens and Orchard. 

Please note:  As this excursion involves walking over uneven surfaces, it is recommended to wear flat, comfortable shoes. It is also recommended to wear a swimsuit, cover-up, hat, sunscreen and insect repellent. This excursion is not recommended for guests with walking difficulties, and is not wheelchair-accessible. This tour does not include inside visits to the Santa Barbara Fort and the Old Cemetery. Participants must weigh no more than 250 lbs. to go on the water trampoline and be able to swim. Guests will be required to walk over uneven ground from the parking lot to the beach facilities.  Beach chairs are available on a first-come, first-served basis. Full bar available for purchase.  The cashier accepts U.S. dollars and credit cards. Change will be provided in local currency.  Restrooms, changing facilities and lockers are available at the beach.


price $119
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5 HRS

Moderately
easy

beach

watersports

dining

essentials
Trujillo, Campo del Mar Beach Break
If you’re looking for a private beach destination, then look no further than Campo del Mar.  After an approximate 30-minute ride on rural roads of Honduras, you will arrive at Campo del Mar, where you'll spend time on a private beach, with two pools, full bar and restaurant, and a buffet lunch are reserved for you. You will have all day access to the 22 acres of the Nature Park where you’ll experience tropical Honduran fruits, flora and fauna, in the Botanical Gardens and Orchard

Please note:  Participants must weigh no more than 250 lbs. to go on the water trampoline and be able to swim. Guests will be required to walk over uneven ground from the parking lot to beach facilities.  Wear a swimsuit; bring a towel, sunglasses, hat, sunscreen and insect repellent. Those under 18 years of age are prohibited from consuming alcohol. Beach chairs are available on a first-come, first-served basis.  Full bar available for purchase.  The cashier accepts U.S. dollars and credit cards. Change will be provided in local currency.  Restrooms, changing facilities and lockers are available at the beach.


price $1000000
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4 HRS

Moderate

dining

sightseeing

culture

beach

essentials
Trujillo, Farm to Table Experience
This farm to table experience will bring the freshness of the fields directly to your plate.  Join your guide on a drive to Campamento, a working Honduran farm, popular local resort and small slice of paradise. Here you will receive a guided tour by the owner and learn what typical life is like on this farm and resort.  Enjoy an interactive experience with a local Honduran family and meet the residents of the farm. You may even have the opportunity to milk a cow! Tour a traditional Honduran kitchen with a wood burning stove, learning how to make traditional tortillas.  As you await your meal you can relax on Campamento’s beach or pool. Your experience will continue with a home-style meal.  This experience not only delivers an amazing meal in an unforgettable setting, but also a chance to see and learn firsthand how Trujillo’s farmers make the most of this fertile land. It's sustainable dining at its very best, using ethically produced organic produce and fresh ingredients from the farm.

Please note:   It is recommended to wear casual clothing including a hat and flat comfortable, closed-toe shoes. If you wish to go swimming, wear your swimsuit and bring a towel. This excursion is not recommended for guests with walking difficulties, and is not wheelchair-accessible.  There is a full bar at Campamento available for purchase.


price $109
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1.25 HRS

Moderate

sightseeing

walking

essentials
Trujillo, Historical Trujillo Highlights
Depart directly from the port with your guide and step into history, learning about Christopher Columbus’ landing in 1502, American filibuster William Walker, the Santa Barbara Fort, the escape of the Garifuna and more. Take a historical trip through Trujillo for an overview of the city and experience the friendly Caribbean culture, a vibrant addition to Trujillo’s heritage, first-hand.  Visit the town square, comprised of the Cathedral of St. John the Baptist, Santa Barbara Fortress and buildings of early Spanish and French colonial origin.  Many storefronts are old Spanish buildings and of 19th century French colonial style. You’ll see the former British, French and U.S. consulates and the Glynn Hotel, whose most famous guest was short story writer William Porter (O. Henry), author of the best-selling book "Of Cabbages and Kings.” Finish your tour with a quick stop in front of the Old Cemetery whose most famous grave, belongs to the legendary American adventurer, William Walker who was captured and shot in Trujillo. This is a tour for all history buffs!

Please note:  It is recommended that guests dress in casual clothing, a hat, sunscreen and insect repellent, as well as wear flat, comfortable shoes. Participants must be able to negotiate in and out of the vehicle with minimal assistance. This excursion is not recommended for guests with walking difficulties, and is not wheelchair-accessible. This tour does not include inside visits to the Santa Barbara Fort and the Old Cemetery.


price $39
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4 HRS

Moderate to
strenuous

boating

walking

sightseeing

essentials
Trujillo, Trujillo by Land & Sea
This tour will offer you the opportunity to explore Trujillo by land and sea. Experience the beauty of the Honduras coastline with its lush vegetation and sun drenched climate en-route to the Guaimoreto Lagoon Wildlife Preserve.  This wildlife refuge is home to many species of birdlife, flora, fauna and indigenous Central American animals.  Back on land you’ll take a historical trip through Trujillo, including an inside visit to the Santa Barbara Fort, built in 1575 with impressive views of the bay. Proceed from the fort to Central Plaza, comprised of the Cathedral of St. John the Baptist and buildings of early Spanish and French colonial origin. See the former British, French, and U.S. consulates and the Glynn Hotel, that’s most famous guest was short story writer William Porter (O. Henry), author of the best-selling book, "Of Cabbages and Kings.” The Old Cemetery is the final resting grounds for adventurers who were lured to Trujillo during the banana boom day. Its most famous grave belongs to the legendary American adventurer, William Walker, who was captured and shot in Trujillo.

Please note: Wear comfortable clothing and shoes, sunglasses, hat, sunscreen, and insect repellent. Participants must be able to negotiate in and out of the boat and vehicle with minimal assistance. Inside the Fort there are steps and inclines to negotiate. Be prepared for a hot and humid weather. This tour is not recommended for guests with walking difficulties, pregnant women, those who have a bad back or heart conditions, asthma, breathing or lung problems.


price $125
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Isla San Andres, Colombia



3.45 HRS

Moderately
easy

sightseeing

beach

essentials
Isla San Andres, Coco Plum Beach Resort Tour
Enjoy a beautiful sunny day in the most recognized Island of Colombia, known by its beautiful beaches and white sand. Transfer to Coco Plum Resort on a 20-minute drive through the San Luis Area. Experience a traditional Island neighborhood and a big tourist attraction with beautiful white sandy beaches that contrast magnificently with the blue and green Caribbean´s ocean colors.  Arrival at Coco Plum Resort to enjoy the beach and facilities, soft drinks and beer. Transfer back to the pier

Please note: Wear sunscreen, sunglasses, bug spray, comfortable shoes, light clothing, and a hat. Bring your camera and pocket money.


price $75
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2.5 HRS

Moderate

boating

wildlife

sightseeing

essentials
Isla San Andres, Nautilus Semi-Submersible Adventure
This tour is ideal for guests who are keen to experience some of the colorful marine life without getting wet.  After tendering ashore, local staff will meet and escort you to waiting taxis for the 20-minute transfer to the Hotel Marina. Here, you’ll board the Pontoon for the ride to the semi-submarine Nautilus. During a 1-hour cruise, you will be able to observe a variety of tropical fish and coral reefs from the comfortable underwater compartment of the Nautilus, while the craft itself remains on the surface. Discover in this easy way what the sea around San Andres Island has to offer.  Arriving at the Hotel Marine, taxis will be standing by to transfer you back to the tender pier.

Please note: Wear sunscreen, sunglasses, bug spray, comfortable rubber-soled shoes, light clothing, and a hat. This tour is not for pregnant women or people with mobility issues.


price $129
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3.5 HRS

Moderate

sightseeing

beach

essentials
Isla San Andres, San Andres Island Exploration
Your San Andres Island will show you “El Hoyo Soplador” (Blowing Hole). This is a natural phenomenon, (it is the islanders’ pride and joy), which is very much dependent on sea conditions. It is produced by a series of subterranean tunnels and crevices in the coral reefs that meet and come together just a few meters from shore. At high tide when a wave comes in through the tunnels with sufficient force, the compressed air in the tunnels comes rushing out the hole and natives exclaim, “hush, the hole’s blowing.’’  Experience a traditional island neighborhood in the San Luis area, a big tourist attraction with beautiful white sandy beaches that contrast magnificently with the blue and green Caribbean’s ocean colors.  Head to La Loma and visit the oldest Baptist church in the Americas and the most representative monument on the Island.  It was built with pinewood, brought all the way from Alabama. The church dates back to 1846 and the chapel was built in 1896. Many Baptist from around the world have come here to pay homage. And they say that inside the church a spiritual magic is felt that invites one to meditate.  On to Morgan’s Cave.  This part of the Tour will take you down to the famous labyrinth that opens onto an all but deserted beach.  The beach has remained almost undisturbed because it’s so hard to reach.  Local legend has it that pirates hid treasure within the cave.  This has yet to be proven. Finally visit the Coco Plum resort for a drink.

Please note: Wear sunscreen, sunglasses, bug spray, comfortable shoes, light clothing, swimsuit and a hat. This tour is not for people with mobility issues.


price $105
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3 HRS

Moderate

snorkeling

wildlife

unesco

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Isla San Andres, San Andres Island Snorkel Tour Adventure
San Andres Island lies in the southwestern Caribbean Sea approximately 100 miles northeast of Costa Rica.  The island is part of the Sonflower UNESCO Biosphere Reserve.  The waters are consistently warm, average temperature is 80°F all year round, and horizontal visibility often exceeds 100 feet. You will visit two spots. The first spot is to search a ship wreck.  The stop will take about 45 minutes. The second spot is a reef zone with living coral and hundreds of different fish.  The stop will take about 45 minutes. San Andres underwater is a one of the most exotic and beautiful tropical paradises of the Caribbean.  

Please note:  Bring your swimsuit, towel, sunscreen, hat, and sandals.


price $109
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Bocas del Toro, Panama



6 HRS

Moderately
easy

snorkeling

wildlife

dining

boating
Bocas Del Toro, Bird Island & Star Beach
This will be an outdoor adventure day of seabirds, history, swimming around starfishes, beautiful beaches with white sand and turquoise water, accompanied by an English-speaking guide. The tour will start with a 40-minute boat ride from the ship to Bird Island, a beautiful island you can observe a variety of seabird species. After meeting some of the seabirds you will continue to Boca Del Drago Beach, located on the other side of the Colón Island. Here enjoy a beautiful white-sand beach, and turquoise waters. Continue on to visit the Starfish Beach, a place to enjoy snorkeling and admire the many starfish in the clear Caribbean waters.  Then you will enjoy a delightful lunch at Yarisnoris Restaurant at Boca del Drago before returning to your ship.

Please note:   Wear light clothing and comfortable shoes. Bring your swimsuit, towel, hat, sunglasses, sunscreen, camera and insect repellent. Life jackets, flip flops and snorkel masks will be provided by the tour operator.

price $135
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4.5 HRS

Strenuous

outdoors

wildlife

boating

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Bocas Del Toro, Exploring the Bat Cave
Here’s an unforgettable experience to interact with an indigenous peoples, see their artful weaving and experience an adventure in a subterranean river cave. The tour will start with a 10-minute local boat ride from the ship to Bahia Honda Ngobe-Buglé indigenous community. The Ngobe-Buglé women will demonstrate their process of weaving traditional bags, and have many on hand for sale. After a briefing from a local indigenous tour guide, you will be ready for your next adventure in the Bat Cave, which ranks as one of the most enjoyable places in the area. You will travel by motorized boat up a jungle-shrouded channel that provides excellent opportunities to see sloths hanging from tree branches and the occasional caiman silently resting in shallow water.  You will walk to enter a subterranean river cave that is home to hundreds of tiny fruit bats. This adventure will be impressive and memorable.

Please note:   Wear light or hiking clothes, hiking shoes or boots, and bring a towel, sunglasses, cap, camera, insect repellent and sunscreen. Important: you will want a plastic bag for your camera. Also it is recommended to bring additional clothes to change after the cave experience. Please do not bring valuable items to this tour.  You will be supplied with life jackets on the boats and boots, helmet, and lamp when visiting the cave. 


price $119
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4.5 HRS

Moderate

outdoors

wildlife

boating
Bocas Del Toro, Oreba Chocolate Farm Tour & Jungle Hike
Meet the indigenous Ngabe farmers and learn how cacao is cultivated. The tour will start with a 25-minute local boat ride from the ship to Almirante and then a 10-minute bus ride to The Oreba Chocolate Farm in Bocas del Toro.  Cacao cultivation and chocolate production are becoming one of Panama’s most coveted exports, and is completely run and managed by the indigenous Ngabe farmers of the community. The local English-speaking tour guides who are cacao farmers in the community will describe and show you the entire process of organic shade-grown cacao, explaining every step of the way including growing, harvesting, fermenting, drying and ultimately roasting and making chocolate. You will take an adventurous hike that weaves in and out of jungle and cacao trees and because the tour takes place within the protected shade grown farms of the locals there are always many animals to see along the way. It is not uncommon to spot poison dart frogs, sloths, and toucans.

Please note:   Wear light clothes and hiking shoes. Bring sunglasses, a cap, camera, insect repellent and sunscreen. 


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6 horus

Strenuous

wildlife

beach

snorkeling

boating

dining
Bocas Del Toro, Snorkel Adventures & Red Frog Beach
If looking for wildlife in their natural environment is your passion you will find this tour to be an opportunity to find exotic red frogs, bottlenose dolphins and beautiful coral reefs. The tour will start with a 20-minute local boat ride from the ship to Laguna Bocatorito, surrounded by small mangroves that form a kind of raft that is home to several families of bottlenose dolphins.  You will spend some time watching them jump and play around your boat. After seeing the dolphins, you will continue to Coral Cays for the impressive coral formations and its rich marine life, where snorkeling is an option.  Enjoy a delicious box lunch. Then you will head to Red Frog Beach through Bastimentos Island, here you will have the opportunity to walk the trails looking for the red frogs or just relax on the beautiful white-sand beach. Re-board your motor coach for the 20-minute ride to the ship.

Please note: Wear light clothing and comfortable shoes. Bring your swimsuit, towel, hat, sunglasses, sunscreen, camera and insect repellent. Life jackets, flip flops and snorkel masks will be provided by the tour operator.


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6 horus

Moderately
easy

wildlife

beach

boating

snorkeling

dining
Bocas Del Toro, Zapatillas Paradise Caves
Visit uninhabited islands, with white-sand beaches, clear waters and exotic vegetation. Enjoy the experience on National Marine Park Isla Bastimento, with its, mangroves and beautiful corals and view of bottlenose dolphins playing in their natural environment. The tour will start with a 20-minute local boat ride from the ship to Laguna Bocatorito, surrounded by small mangroves that form a kind of raft that is home of several families of bottlenose dolphins. After watching the dolphins, you will continue to Cayo Coral to see some of the most impressive coral formations and rich marine life and snorkel if you wish. You will continue to Cayo Zapatilla, one of the most impressive islands of the archipelago of Bocas del Toro, where you will find uninhabited islands, white-sand beaches, clear waters and exotic vegetation. Re-board your motor coach for the 20-minute ride to Coral Cays for a delicious box lunch before returning to your ship.

Please note: Wear light clothing and comfortable shoes. Bring your swimsuit, towel, hat, sunglasses, sunscreen, camera and insect repellent. Life jackets, flip flops and snorkel masks will be provided by the tour operator.

 

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Colón, Panama



4 HRS

Moderate

sightseeing

walking

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Colon, Agua Clara Visitor Center with Transfer to Airport
Your tour will begin by taking you to the impressive Agua Clara Visitor Center located on the Atlantic side of the Panama Canal. With an unparalleled view, this place will be waiting for you and all those who want to enjoy a pleasant experience enriched with interesting facts, but especially by being part of the history of the route that unites the world. The center offers a breathtaking panoramic view that contrasts two particular scenarios that generate mixed feelings. On one side you will find the famous Gatun Lake, where cargo ships or other vessels transit every day, while on the other side, but from a different perspective, you will be amazed by seeing how the giants of the sea, called Neo-Panamamax vessels, go through the new set of locks. After the impressive viewpoint, pamper yourself and be captivated by all those things that the Agua Clara Visitor Center has to offer. At the projection room you can learn about the history and efforts of thousands of men and women that have marked the Canal's first century and, of course, plans in the near and distant future. Throughout your visit, peruse the walls and exhibits with interesting information that will amaze you. Walk through the ecological path, with a variety of plants and species that make the trail an adventure with great scenery and breathtaking views. Identify the different species gathered there that are indigenous to this area of the Canal watershed. At the end of this tour, you will be transferred to the International airport.

Please note: Wear comfortable clothes and shoes, and bring a camera, hat, sunscreen, and sunglasses. This tour is available for guests with flights after 5 p.m.


price $139
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6 HRS

Moderate

culture

dining

boating

walking

essentials
Colon, Embera Village & Agua Clara Expansion Visitor Center with Airport Transfer
You will head to the Agua Clara Expansion Center, where you will take a tour and see history being rewritten all over again at the Panama Canal with its expanded capacity to allow for more than double the traffic, with the third set of locks, larger and wider than the existing ones. The Panama Canal has played an integral part in history as it provides travel between the Pacific and Atlantic Oceans without having to sail a greater distance and through perilous Cape Horn. After this tour you will head to Buena Vista. There you will board a small dugout, which will carry you up the Gatun River to discover a large, fascinating and dense jungle.  You will arrive at the Embera Quera, an indigenous community found on the banks of Gatun Lake, near the Panama Canal. The Embera tribe still lives in harmony with Mother Nature. They will welcome you at the pier and gladly give you an idea of how they still live today. The village chief will give you a brief explication on the history of the tribe, its traditions, cultures, beliefs and handicrafts. Then, a traditional lunch of fish and plantains prepared by the Embera women will be served to you. In the afternoon you will watch a traditional Embera dance and also have a chance to shop for colorful handicrafts. The sale of local products directly benefits the village and helps to pay the school fees for the children. You can also get a temporary Embera tattoo painted on your arm or leg, using an ink made from a local fruit.  At the end of this tour, you will be transferred to the airport.

Please note: This tour is not recommended for those with mobility issues.  Wear comfortable walking shoes, sunscreen, insect repellent, and a hat.  

 
price $329
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6 HRS

Moderate

culture

dining

boating

walking

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Colon, Embera Village & Agua Clara Expansion Visitor Center with Windstar Hotel Transfer
You will head to the Agua Clara Expansion Center, where you will take a tour and see history being rewritten all over again at the Panama Canal with its expanded capacity to allow for more than double the traffic, with the third set of locks, larger and wider than the existing ones. The Panama Canal has played an integral part in history as it provides travel between the Pacific and Atlantic Oceans without having to sail a greater distance and through perilous Cape Horn. After this tour you will head to Buena Vista. There you will board a small dugout, which will carry you up the Gatun River to discover a large, fascinating and dense jungle.  You will arrive at the Embera Quera, an indigenous community found on the banks of Gatun Lake, near the Panama Canal. The Embera tribe still lives in harmony with Mother Nature. They will welcome you at the pier and gladly give you an idea of how they still live today. The village chief will give you a brief explication on the history of the tribe, its traditions, cultures, beliefs and handicrafts. Then, a traditional lunch of fish and plantains prepared by the Embera women will be served to you. In the afternoon you will watch a traditional Embera dance and also have a chance to shop for colorful handicrafts. The sale of local products directly benefits the village and helps to pay the school fees for the children. You can also get a temporary Embera tattoo painted on your arm or leg, using an ink made from a local fruit.  At the end of this tour, you will be transferred to the Windstar Hotel.

Please note: This tour is not recommended for those with mobility issues.  Wear comfortable walking shoes, sunscreen, insect repellent, and a hat.  

 

price $309
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6 HRS

Moderate to
strenuous

sightseeing

unesco

essentials
Colon: The Old & the Modern Panama with Transfer to Airport
Your tour will start with Panama Viejo, where you can enjoy Old Panama, the first European settlement on the Pacific coast of the Americas. This city was looted and destroyed by the notorious English buccaneer Henry Morgan in 1671 and therefore abandoned. Today there are only ruins left. Still, the tower of the ancient cathedral is standing and has become a landmark of the town. After Old Panama, you will take a panoramic tour enjoying the views of modern Panama City. On the way to Casco Antiguo you will travel along the Cinta Costera and the lively and vibrant banking district often compared to Miami. Your guide will show you Panama City’s colonial quarter. At the Casco Antiguo you feel you have been set back in time as you admire the lovely colonial houses, the narrow roads and the impressive churches. You will get a good idea of Panama’s history by walking through the main attractions of this quarter. Stroll this 337-year-old neighborhood under the warm golden glow of the fading sun and see the beautiful Plaza de Francia, Metropolitan Cathedral, among others. Casco Antiguo is a UNESCO World Heritage Site as well as a place of the non-stop ambiance of history, culture, nightlife, and restaurants. At the end of this tour, you will be transferred to the international airport. 
 
Please note:  Wear comfortable walking shoes, sunscreen, insect repellant, and a hat.  The first drop off is at the Windstar Hotel then continues to the airport for guests with flights after 5 p.m.

 


price $139
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5 HRS

Moderate to
strenuous

sightseeing

unesco

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Colon: The Old & the Modern Panama with Transfer to Hotel

Your tour will start with Panama Viejo, where you canenjoy Old Panama, the first European settlement on the Pacific coast of theAmericas. This city was looted and destroyed by the notorious English buccaneerHenry Morgan in 1671 and therefore abandoned. Today there are only ruins left.Still, the tower of the ancient cathedral is standing and has become a landmarkof the town. After Old Panama, you will take a panoramic tour enjoying theviews of modern Panama City. On the way to Casco Antiguo you will travel alongthe Cinta Costera and the lively and vibrant banking district often compared toMiami. Your guide will show you Panama City’s colonial quarter. At the CascoAntiguo you feel you have been set back in time as you admire the lovelycolonial houses, the narrow roads and the impressive churches. You will get agood idea of Panama’s history by walking through the main attractions of thisquarter. Stroll this 337-year-old neighborhood under the warm golden glow ofthe fading sun and see the beautiful Plaza de Francia, Metropolitan Cathedral,among others. Casco Antiguo is a UNESCO World Heritage Site as well as a placeof the non-stop ambiance of history, culture, nightlife, and restaurants. Atthe end of this tour, you will be transferred to the Windstar Hotel. <o:p></o:p>

Please note:  This tour is not recommended for thosewith mobility issues. Wear comfortable walking shoes, sunscreen, insectrepellent, and a hat.  The drop offlocation is the Windstar Hotel.

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