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4 - 4.5 HRS

Easy

sightseeing

essentials
Seattle, Boeing Factory and Future of Flight
One of Seattle's favorite aviation attractions, the Future of Flight Aviation Center is where the Boeing Factory Tour begins. At the Future of Flight exhibit hall you can see what it's like to live and work on the International Space Station in the U.S. Laboratory Module, also known as Destiny, which is designed to hold research hardware and associated supporting systems to allow scientific research on the ISS. Enjoy panoramic views from the Stratodeck on the top floor of the Future of Flight Center. Here, you can also shop at the Boeing store, your source for authentic Boeing store merchandise. Visit the brand new "Above and Beyond" Exhibit. Produced in association with the Smithsonian National Air and Space Museum and NASA, this 5,000-square-foot space offers an unprecedented interactive demonstration of advances in aviation and aerospace. You will have opportunities to explore hands-on, interactive areas that teach more about flight. The Boeing Factory opened in 1967 as the assembly plant for the brand new 747 and has been growing ever since. This tour will take you to several different vistas above the factory floor where assembly lines of 747s, 777s, and the fantastic 787 dreamliner work round-the-clock to assemble these amazing machines. With over 30,000 employees, the Boeing Factory is the largest building in the world, by volume, big enough to fit the entire Disneyland Park and 12 acres of parking inside. The factory boasts a child care center, gym, overnight accommodations, restaurants, medical, and security centers. It is truly a city within itself.

Please note: Wear comfortable walking shoes. Bring a sweater or jacket and your camera even though no photography is allowed in the factory, money or credit card for gift shopping at either the Official Boeing brand store or the Pacific Northwest themed gift shop. No hand held items allowed in the factory tour and all hand held items must be stored in lockers free of charge. 


price $119
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4 HRS

Moderately
easy

wine

sightseeing

refreshments

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Seattle, Coffee, Chocolate, and Wine
This tour includes three of Seattle's most prolific and prominent taste-makers to help you understand how Coffee, Chocolate and Wine are crafted at the highest level. Experience an exclusive guided tour of Starbucks first flagship Roastery location where the best coffee in the world is served daily. Next, visit Fran's Chocolates charming production facility for a tour and tasting of their handcrafted delicacies that President Obama declared as his favorite chocolate. Wrap up the tour with a visit to the Estates Wine Room for a flight of premium Pacific Northwest wines paired with artisanal cured meats and cheeses.

Please note: Wear comfortable walking shoes and bring your camera, and a sweater or jacket.


price $149
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4 - 4.5 HRS

Moderately
easy

sightseeing

wine

dining

concierge
Seattle, Concierge Collection: Woodinville Wine Country With Lunch
Tour Washington’s booming wine country with a chauffeured trip through Woodinville!  Woodinville Wine Country is only 40 minutes from Seattle and offers a combination of small town charm, natural beauty, and more than 90 world-class wineries, tasting rooms, craft breweries, and distilleries.  This custom tour will highlight unique locations and behind-the-scenes opportunities exclusive to Windstar Tours.  You will be picked up in a Mercedes Benz Sprinter and escorted to the Woodinville Wine Country where you will enjoy a lovely afternoon of tasting accompanied by a knowledgeable tour guide.  The tour will start at the joint tasting room for Amavi Cellars and Pepper Bridge Wineries.  Aboard Windstar Cruises you are able to enjoy a few of the wines from these sister wineries. At their tasting room you will be able to sample from a wide range of the wines they offer and learn about the estate vineyards located in the Walla Walla Valley Appellation. Enjoy a catered lunch from a local Bistro. You will then move to Baer Winery where you will enjoy sampling wine from grapes grown in the Columbia Valley Appellation in addition to a personalized tour from the winemaker/owner before returning to the port.

Please note:  Bring a wrap or sweater, tours through the barrel rooms can be cooler in temperature.


price $249
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3 HRS

Moderate to
strenuous

dining

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Seattle, Taste of the Pike Place Market
The Pike Place Market is the longest continually running public farmer's market in the United States. Opening in 1907 it has been open every day since. You will visit 8 vendors for taste treats from all over the world. First stop: Saffron Spice for a taste of authentic flavors of India with classic street food staple samosa. Next it's Honest Biscuit for fresh biscuits made daily utilizing local ingredients and sustainable farming practices. Stop at Bottega Italiana for some real Italian gelato made daily using ingredients and inspiration from the Pike Place Market. Traditional Greek yogurt made from locally sourced ingredients and a fast rising star in Seattle is the fare you’ll try at Ellenos Greek Yogurt. Los Agaves provides Mexico City-style street tacos prepared using a third generation recipe. Pike Place Chowder has been voted best chowder in America three times, and a member of the Clam Chowder Hall of Fame. Pure Food Fish is home to 4th generation fishmongers and home of the best smoked salmon in the world. Next head to the Truffle Cafe which offers delicacies prized by chefs around the world with a distinctive flavor and smell you'll never forget. Since 1961, Bavarian Meats has been hand-crafting over 50 types of German American sausages, wieners, cold cuts, and smoked meats. Finish up at the Rub Shack. Chef/owner Tom Douglas is the winner of three James Beard Awards. This stop features a taste of his signature salmon burger.

Please note: Wear comfortable walking shoes and bring your camera, and a sweater or jacket.


price $69
No longer available online. Please contact Vacation Planning at 1-800-258-7245 to inquire about waitlisted space.


3 HRS

Moderate

sightseeing

essentials
Seattle, VIP Chihuly & Space Needle Tour
For the first time in half a century, the Space Needle has been totally transformed to take your visit to the next level. Now, incredible views of water, mountains and city are unobstructed. Brand new this year is the glass "loupe" with the world's first revolving glass floor-to-forever views from the ground 605 feet below your feet to the heavens above. The Chihuly Garden and Glass Exhibition opened in 2012, celebrating the 50th anniversary of the opening of the Space Needle for the Seattle World's Fair of 1962. Experience the Chihuly Garden and Glass Exhibit like no other on this VIP guided tour (up to 10 per group). Your private tour will be about 60-75 minutes and will include all 8 galleries and garden.

Please note:  Wear a sweater or jacket, and comfortable shoes. Bring your camera.


price $259
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Portland, Oregon



4.5-5 HRS

Moderate to
strenuous

dining

wine

culture

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Portland, Combo Brewery Cidery Tour
With 57+ Cider Makers and 77+ Breweries, Portland is an ideal place to experience a fun cidery/brewery tour. This tour will introduce you to the best the city has to offer, from nationally distributed brands like Widmer Brothers and Shilling Cider House to small local favorites like Green Dragon Brewery and Portland Cider House. You will gain a better understanding of the different varieties of beer and cider as you sample everything from ales - lagers, porters - stouts and ciders rare and unique, sweet - dry. Brewers have competitions with the Cider industry gaining popularity in this region and these ciders aren't the fruity sweet ciders you may have had before. You will taste the new wave of craft cider and craft beers. You will visit 1 cidery and 2 breweries with food pairings to enhance your tasting experience.

Please note: Wear comfortable walking shoes (closed-toe shoes are required for the brewery tour) and weather appropriate clothing. You will have 3 stops on this tour.


price $239
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7.5 HRS

Moderate

dining

walking

wine

culture

concierge
Portland, Concierge Collection: Wine Experience
This Concierge Wine Tour Experience will introduce you to some of the best world-class wines crafted right in the Willamette Valley.  You will visit 3 beautiful wineries that will encompass he combination of respectful farming, craftsmanship, ancient soils, and temperate climate, results in wines that are layered, nuanced and seductively captivating. The goal of this tour is to provide elevated, authentic hospitality experiences from creative and nourishing food, to thoughtfully designed spaces, with each experience curated with your enjoyment in mind.

Please note: Wear comfortable walking shoes and weather appropriate clothing. 


price $399
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4-4.5 HRS

Moderate to
strenuous

dining

walking

culture

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Portland, Elevated Foodie Walking Tour
“Where chefs come to stay.” Describing the bounty of his native Oregon in his 1964 memoir “Delights & Prejudices,” James Beard, the dean of American cooking, wrote, “No place on earth, with the exception of Paris, has done so much to influence my professional life.” World-class ingredients draw chefs to the area and keep them in Portland as do low rents, cheap liquor licenses, and loose regulations. The Portland Foodie Scene is unique and diversified as are major cities around the world and it attracts new and aspiring chefs looking to be discovered. This Elevated Foodie Experience will offer a variety of tastes and experiences from food carts to award winning restaurants in the southeast side of Portland showing its true local colors and flavors!

Please note: Wear comfortable walking shoes and weather appropriate clothing. You will have 4 Foodie stops.


price $279
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3.5-4 HRS

Moderately
easy

outdoors

walking

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Portland, Multomah Falls & Gorge Tour
Explore the beauty of the canyon walls and rock formations in the Columbia River Gorge National Scenic Area including breathtaking waterfalls and awe-inspiring vistas that make the Columbia River Gorge one of the Seven Wonders of Oregon. Our enthusiastic guides will introduce you to the most amazing places in the Gorge, while providing a comprehensive narrative of this spectacular landscape and its transformative history. Your adventure will take place along the Historic Columbia River National Scenic Byway and scenic waterside Interstate 84. Visit Multnomah Falls, Crown Point Vista House and Bonneville Dam, the first Columbia River Hydroelectric Dam and possibly see Pacific Salmon and other fish passing through on their up-river migration to spawn.

Please note: Wear comfortable walking shoes and weather appropriate clothing.


price $129
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4 HRS

Easy

walking

sightseeing

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Portland, Panoramic City Tour
This educational city tour will visit places and landmarks that characterize the Rose City’s past, present, and future with some of Portland’s most important buildings, city parks, and gardens. Gain some insight into Portland’s brilliant city planners and the vision they have been working on since the early 1960’s which includes public art, transit systems, and overall quality of life. Your tour will include a visit inside the Historical Pittock Mansion sitting nearly 1,000 feet above the city, clearly the best view in town with a panoramic picture opportunity of the downtown skyline and on clear days, the Cascade Mountain range viewing up to 5 snow-capped volcanos! Portland’s International Test Rose Garden in full bloom will thrill your senses as you stroll through this terraced garden with over 10,000 roses and other beautiful flora and fauna. Even more flora and fauna will be enjoyed visiting centuries- old architectural style inside the Lan Su Chinese Garden complete with fish ponds, courtyards, teahouse, reflecting moon pond, and so much more!

Please note: Wear comfortable walking shoes. This tour is wheelchair accessible.


price $149
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San Francisco, California



2.5 HRS

Moderate to
strenuous

sightseeing

refreshments

walking

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San Francisco, Classic Chinatown Walking Tour
One of San Francisco's most popular destinations for visitors is Chinatown. On this tour, time-permitting you will learn about the history, folklore, culture, and food of America's largest Chinatown, visit a Taoist and Buddhist Temples, enjoy a visit to a premier Chinese teashop, witness the fascinating process of making fresh fortune cookies and nibble on samples, peek into side streets and alleyways, following the heady scent of a Chinese herbal shop and learn about symbolic colors and architectural features of the area and murals by local artists.  You will get an idea about life in Chinatown.  Visitors who come to Chinatown will find wonderful dim sum teahouses, small coffee shops, restaurants frequented by locals, and observe spiffily dressed families headed to celebratory Chinese banquets. It is vibrant community, home to over 10,000 residents and visited by millions each year.         
         
Please note: Wear comfortable walking shoes and bring a light jacket or sweater and your camera.


price $159
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4 HRS

Moderately
easy

sightseeing

essentials
San Francisco, San Francisco City Tour
Join knowledgeable and experienced guides who will provide a fun and comprehensive look into the culture and history of the City by the Bay. You will explore the beauty of San Francisco, know the history, tour neighborhoods, and appreciate its outstanding views and sights of the city.  Tour highlights include the Palace of Fine Arts, North Beach, The Presidio, Chinatown, The Marina, Union Square, Haight-Ashbury, the Golden Gate Bridge, Lombard Crooked Street, and more. You will have photo opportunities at the Palace Of Fine Arts, the Golden Gate Bridge, Twin Peaks, the Civic Center, Chinatown, and Lombard Crooked Street.

Please note: Wear comfortable walking shoes.


price $219
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9.5 HRS

Moderately
easy

sightseeing

dining

wine

concierge
San Francisco, Concierge Collection: Full Day Sonoma Wine and Olive Oil Tasting with Lunch
Depart from the pier in a luxury van and head to Vista Point for a photo opportunity at the Golden Gate Bridge. Then it’s a short drive to the Gloria Ferrer Winery where you will take a private cave tour followed by a wine and cheese tasting.  Travel to downtown Sonoma Square for lunch before heading to Figone Olive Oil & Production Mill for a private tour and tasting of olive oil and balsamic vinegars. Your last stop will be at Kunde Family Winery (or similar) for another private tasting before we depart wine country and conclude our day back at the ship.

Please note: Winery locations are subject to change as is the duration of the tour based on traffic conditions and/or delays. Must be 21 to participate in wine tasting.


price $399
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5.5 HRS

Moderately
easy

sightseeing

dining

wine

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San Francisco, Concierge Collection: Half Day Napa Valley
Journey north into Napa Valley, one of the most prized wine regions of Northern California. Your outing will begin with a scenic drive across the Golden Gate Bridge and drive through the vine-covered hillsides of Napa Valley to your first stop—Robert Mondavi Winery.  Enjoy a private tour that follows the path of the grapes from the vineyard through the cellar to the finished wine. Experience the inner workings of the winery and learn about wine growing, fermentation, barrel aging and bottling. Enjoy a tasting of three Robert Mondavi Winery wines. Upon conclusion of the experience, you can enjoy some time in our retail shop. Next stop by V. Sattui Winery one of the oldest wineries in Napa Valley dating all the way back to before prohibition.  Learn the old-family Italian style wine making by founder Vittorio Sattui and enjoy a delightful Italian antipasto, with a mouthwatering platter of local and European cheeses and house-cured meats. Knowledgeable staff will lead a private tour of the winery and estate vineyard concluding with a sit-down tasting of five V. Sattui wines paired with their antipasti.
 
Please note: Wear comfortable walking shoes.


price $299
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4 HRS

Moderate to
strenuous

sightseeing

dining

walking

concierge
San Francisco, Concierge Collection: I Cant Believe I Ate My Way Through Chinatown Specialty Food Tour
The Chinese are very serious about their food! Experience one of San Francisco's most popular destinations for visitors by eating your way through it. Enjoy plentiful tastings on this tour, while you learn about America's largest Chinatown. On this delectable walking tour of Chinatown you will experience a Traditional Chinese breakfast, including dim sum, a tea presentation and sampling at a beautiful tea shop, freshly prepared fortune cookies and a glimpse into the fascinating process of making them. You will taste freshly baked pastry, visit a Chinese cookware store and bustling Chinese food markets, and lastly, enjoy a hosted family style lunch. Chinatown has over 100 restaurants. You will be taken beyond the typical tourist stops to the nooks and crannies of this historic slice of San Francisco. Let’s Go Eat!

Please note: Wear comfortable walking shoes and bring a light jacket or sweater and your camera.


price $239
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5 HRS

Moderately
easy

sightseeing

essentials
San Francisco, Muir Woods & Sausalito Tours
Legendary Muir Woods National Monument is a place of historic nature preserved for future generations where magnificent Coastal Redwood trees (Sequoia Sempervirens) tower majestically above the valley floor. Your tour will start with a scenic and informative drive to the Golden Gate Bridge through several of the best San Francisco neighborhoods and The Presidio, a former military area of great beauty. Crossing the Golden Gate Bridge you will stop at the northern vista point for stunning views of the bay and the bridge. You will pass above the town of Sausalito and through portions of the Golden Gate National Recreation Area and Mt. Tamalpais State Park which merges with Muir Woods. Arriving in Muir Woods your guide will inform you of the best way to experience the grove and where the oldest trees are located. Your 75-minute stay will give you time to see much of the grove and have time for the gift shop/ café and the Visitors Center. In Sausalito you will enjoy the art galleries, shopping, cafés, restaurants, and yacht marinas. Views from Sausalito include the Bay Bridge, parts of the east bay and San Francisco. You will have about an hour to discover Sausalito before returning to your cruise ship.

Please note: Wear comfortable walking shoes.


price $239
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Monterey, California – Fisherman’s Wharf



3 HRS

Easy

sightseeing

wildlife

essentials
Monterey, Aquarium & City Tour
The tour will begin right when you leave the port.  On your way over to Monterey Bay Aquarium you will see a few sites in the City of Monterey before going to the world famous Monterey Bay Aquarium. The aquarium never fails to amaze its visitors with its award-winning exhibits offering up-close and personal access to the sea life of the Monterey Bay.  Check out basking otters, swarming anchovies, menacing sharks, and other sea creatures during your visit to the aquarium then head over to the aquarium store where you can pick up fun souvenirs for yourself and your loved ones.  After your time at the aquarium, you will have some free time to head over to the shops on Cannery Row to see what they have on offer or pick up a bottle of Monterey County wine. Altogether a fun and relaxing day by the Monterey Bay.

Please note: Wear comfortable layered clothing to adjust to the variation in temperatures and wear comfortable shoes. If you want a more extensive tour of the city of Monterey take the Carmel Explorer Tour. 


price $119
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4.5 HRS

Moderate

sightseeing

essentials
Monterey, Carmel Explorer
This tour will take you through historic Monterey & picturesque Carmel-by-the-Sea along with a drive through Pacific Grove in between. Monterey Bay has great geologic and biological significance: it has an incredible abundance of sea life just offshore in the Monterey Bay National Marine Sanctuary, which borders 276 miles of California’s spectacular coastline. John Steinbeck (Grapes of Wrath) grew up in Salinas and spent much of his creative effort writing about the Monterey area. You’ll start your tour traveling south on the famous Pacific Coast Highway, California Highway 1 (fog permitting). You will set foot in Monterey for about 2 hours, which will give you plenty of time to visit the world-famous Monterey Bay Aquarium. Or opt to stroll among the shops along historic Cannery Row, grab a fresh seafood lunch or just wander along Ocean View Boulevard all the way to Lover's Point Beach. After, you will follow the coast through the beautiful little town of Pacific Grove on the way to the 17-Mile Drive. This famous road winds its way between magnificent homes and the spectacular coastline, between the greens and tees of world famous golf courses like Spyglass Hill, and among the last remaining forest of a rare species of trees, the Monterey Cypress, which is sculpted by relentless pacific breezes into fanciful shapes. The Lone Cypress is a very poignant example of one of these hardy trees hanging on to life (with the help of human engineering) in a seemingly impossible location. Upon arrival in the enchanted town of Carmel-by-the-Sea, you can explore the boutique shops on Ocean Avenue or be dazzled by the white sandy beach. You will also visit the historic Carmel Mission as a last stop. 

Please note: Wear comfortable layered clothing to adjust to the variation in temperatures and wear comfortable shoes.


price $209
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4 HRS

Moderate

wine

dining

culture

concierge
Monterey, Concierge Collection: Food and Wine Stroll
“Insider” guides will whisk you away for a real once-in-a-lifetime experience. Your tour will visit 4 to 6 restaurants in a 4-hour tour. Each of the restaurants that you will visit is quite different from the other ranging from homey sustainable to haute cuisine. At each exclusively arranged experience, you’ll enjoy a special welcome and breathtaking scenery while learning the stories behind the cuisine. And you’ll find you’ll have an opportunity to taste wines selected especially for you by the chefs themselves. Be ready to add to your wine cellar while you are there as most of the wines are not sold in retail stores! Additionally you will get to meet a local winemaker who can explain the wine varietals based on the local terrior of the region. You will get to tour a restaurant kitchen, and learn some compelling Monterey folklore along the way. Come enjoy "La Dolce Vita" while gazing at the stunning Monterey Bay scenery! This tour can accommodate special dietary needs (with prior notification of course!) and includes both food and beverages. 

Please note: Wear comfortable layered clothing to adjust to the variation in temperatures and wear comfortable shoes.


price $325
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4 HRS

Strenuous

walking

sightseeing

outdoors

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Monterey, Point Lobos Walking Tour
Point Lobos State Natural Reserve is called "the crown jewel" of California's 280 state parks. It is a mecca for people who like to see gorgeous vistas and the wonderful animals of land and earth in their natural habitat. Point Lobos is a place to pursue your passion for photography, painting, nature study, and poetry. Enjoy the serenity of this haven in nature with its rare plant communities, unique geological formations, and flora and fauna. Point Lobos offers a Mediterranean climate with moderate weather all year long. Bring a jacket though because fog can drift in or a chilly breeze can come in off the bay.To reach Point Lobos, you will head down iconic Highway 1, which is 3 miles south of Carmel-by-the-Sea. After stopping at San Jose Creek where you can take beautiful pictures of the rugged cliffs and the Carmel Bay, you will continue to the entrance of the natural reserve.  Your entrance fee is included so walk right in. You will be met by a docent of the reserve, an expert who will lead you on your tour along the Sea Lion Point and Cypress Grove Trails, which is about a 2-mile stroll through nature with panoramic views of the Pacific Ocean. Enjoy this easy hike as your docent points out natural phenomena that only an expert knows about. After your stroll among the wonders of the park, you will have some time on your own to experience the park as you like before you head back to Monterey. Altogether, a wonderful day in the richest nature. 

Please note: Wear sturdy, comfortable shoes and wear layered clothing so you can adjust according to the temperature.


price $209
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San Diego, California – Balboa Park



4.5 HRS

Moderately
easy

sightseeing

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San Diego, Panoramic City Tour with Transfer to Airport
Travelling by motor coach, you'll head out along the waterfront Embarcadero and through the historical downtown area. Watch for the Victorian façades of the Gas Lamp Quarter. Next, enjoy a walk through Balboa Park –– the gem of San Diego –– to take in its diverse flora and fauna and beautifully preserved architecture. This is the nation's largest urban cultural park and is home to museums, gardens, and the San Diego Zoo. Heading north, you'll come to the seaside village of La Jolla –– a genuine treasure with its quaint small-town atmosphere, picturesque coastline, and sea lion rookeries. You'll return to San Diego and head straight to the Old Town. This area is known as the birthplace of California. Some free time here will allow you to wander among the historical architecture, artisan shops and intriguing craft galleries. Your tour will end at the Airport.

Please note: Guests on domestic flights must have flights departing a minimum of 2 hours after the end of the tour. For guests on international flights, 3 hours is required. Wear comfortable walking shoes.


price $145
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4,5 HRS

Moderately
easy

sightseeing

essentials
San Diego, Panoramic City Tour with Transfer to Windstar Hotel
Travelling by motor coach, you'll head out along the waterfront Embarcadero and through the historical downtown area. Watch for the Victorian façades of the Gas Lamp Quarter. Next, enjoy a walk through Balboa Park –– the gem of San Diego –– to take in its diverse flora and fauna and beautifully preserved architecture. This is the nation's largest urban cultural park and is home to museums, gardens, and the San Diego Zoo. Heading north, you'll come to the seaside village of La Jolla –– a genuine treasure with its quaint small-town atmosphere, picturesque coastline, and sea lion rookeries. You'll return to San Diego and head straight to the Old Town. This area is known as the birthplace of California. Some free time here will allow you to wander among the historical architecture, artisan shops and intriguing craft galleries. Your tour will end at the Windstar Hotel.

Please note: Wear comfortable walking shoes.


price $145
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4 HRS

Moderately
easy

wildlife

sightseeing

essentials
San Diego, San Diego Zoo with Transfer to Airport
Enjoy the world-famous San Diego Zoo at the end of your cruise. Built on a hillside in beautiful Balboa Park, the zoo boasts the largest collection of flora and fauna in the United States. You will see giant pandas and koalas housed in enclosures built to look exactly the way the animals live in the wild. Your admission ticket includes unlimited use of the Guided Bus, Express Bus, and the Skyfari Aerial Tram. Don't miss out. The tour ends at the Airport.

Please note: Return flight must depart after 4:30 pm in order to participate on this tour. Wear comfortable walking shoes.


price $179
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4 HRS

Moderately
easy

wildlife

sightseeing

essentials
San Diego, San Diego Zoo with Transfer to Windstar Hotel
Enjoy the world-famous San Diego Zoo at the end of your cruise. Built on a hillside in beautiful Balboa Park, the zoo boasts the largest collection of flora and fauna in the United States. You will see giant pandas and koalas housed in enclosures built to look exactly the way the animals live in the wild. Your admission ticket includes unlimited use of the Guided Bus, Express Bus, and the Skyfari Aerial Tram. Don't miss out. The tour ends at the Windstar Hotel.

Please note: Wear comfortable walking shoes.


price $179
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7 HRS

Moderately
easy

sightseeing

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San Diego, USS Midway Tour with Transfer to Airport
Embark on a self-guided tour of the USS Midway, the nation’s newest naval aviation museum, to relive 50 years of world history aboard the longest serving Navy aircraft carrier of the 20th century. Visitors to the USS Midway Museum enter a floating city at sea and walk in the footsteps of 225,000 Midway sailors who served our country and upheld the American ideals of strength, freedom and peace. Your tour will ends at the airport.

Please note: There is a minimum of 2 hours required for guests on domestic flights between the ending time of the tour and flight time and 3 hours for guests on international flights. Wear comfortable walking shoes.


price $159
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7 HRS

Moderately
easy

sightseeing

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San Diego, USS Midway Tour with Transfer to Windstar Hotel
Embark on a self-guided tour of the USS Midway, the nation’s newest naval aviation museum, to relive 50 years of world history aboard the longest serving Navy aircraft carrier of the 20th century. Visitors to the USS Midway Museum enter a floating city at sea and walk in the footsteps of 225,000 Midway sailors who served our country and upheld the American ideals of strength, freedom and peace. Your tour will ends at your Windstar Hotel.

Please note: Wear comfortable walking shoes.


price $159
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Cabo San Lucas, Mexico



4.5 HRS

Strenuous

biking

sightseeing

refreshments
Cabo San Lucas, Electric Bike Beach Adventure
Ride like you have never done before: along trails through the mountains and over a beautiful, soft-sand beach beside the glistening Pacific Ocean. This tour will take you for an adventure on an easy-to-use electric bicycle - perfect for a fun-filled day in the sun. These specially designed mountain bikes have wide wheels that handle well, no matter if you're in the sand or the mountains, and the electric motor does all the work for you! Explore the Baja desert and discover the most spectacular views of the mountains, the desert, the ocean and the regional flora and fauna - all in one tour! Ride alongside virgin beaches and over hilly terrain as you take in the fresh country air before arriving to Adrenaline Bay which is just the cure for those who have an insatiable craving for adventure. Finish your adventure with an incredible ocean view learning to make margaritas and molcajete salsa before spreading it over delicious handmade quesadillas for a typical meal from central Mexico.

Please note:  Wear comfortable clothing, closed toe shoes and bring extra money. Not suitable for pregnant women and guests with back, neck or respiratory problems or walking difficulties. Guests must be fully mobile and in good physical condition. Menu subject to change without prior notice.


price $119
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2.5 HRS

Moderate to
strenuous

snorkeling

boating

sightseeing

essentials
Cabo San Lucas, Kayak & Snorkel
This excursion will double your fun when you paddle to a famous Cabo San Lucas snorkeling spot in a clear-bottom kayak. Explore the beauty above and below the Sea of Cortez from your two-person, sit-on-top kayak with its clear bottom. Follow your guide along the beautiful shores of Land’s End. You’ll pass unspoiled beaches, breathtaking landscapes, the famous Arch, Sea Lion Colony, and, of course, Lover’s Beach in Cabo San Lucas. You’ll paddle for about 40 minutes to a premier spot where a guided snorkel adventure will reveal the diversity and beauty of the Sea of Cortez, renowned as a biological treasure trove. 

Please note:  Not recommended for guests with walking difficulties.  Pregnant women and guests with neck, back or heart conditions are not allowed. Guests must be in good physical condition. Life jackets will be provided.  Bring your swimsuit, towel, sunscreen, change of clothes, and extra money.


price $149
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4.5 HRS

Moderate

boating

dining

wine

snorkeling

essentials
Cabo San Lucas, Luxury Sail & Snorkel
You must see it to believe it, a snorkeling trip in style. Feel the difference from the moment you set foot on a private dock, La Terminal, and you depart to a delicious experience that will begin with a scenic cruise. You will visit the famous Cabo`s Arch and journey over to Chileno Bay, where you may get a close up view of sea life while snorkeling spots in Baja. When you return to the boat, you will be welcomed with an excellent, traditional Baja lunch. Everything accompanied by an open bar of premium drinks, prepared by the in-house mixologist.

Please note:  The vessel is a barefoot boat, you will be asked to remove your shoes .when boarding. Bring your swimsuit, towel, change of clothes, sunscreen, and extra money.


price $169
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4.5 HRS

Strenuous

outdoors

sightseeing

essentials
Cabo San Lucas, Migrino ATV Adventure
Get ready for the adrenalin-filled, most exciting ATV Tour. After a transfer from the pier, you will head to the desert and get to know your guide, who  will teach you the basic functions of your off-road vehicle. After a brief safety lesson, you will receive a helmet and goggles and finally embark on the journey through the dirt roads. Enjoy the beauty of nature while browsing through the desert, mountains, canyons and beautiful beach with sand dunes and spectacular ocean side cliffs. This tour is especially fun since there is no riding on busy streets!

Please note:  Minimum age for driving is 18 years old. Not suitable for guests with neck or back problems nor for pregnant women. Includes collision insurance per vehicle, helmet, goggles and bandana.  Wear comfortable, loose fitting clothing, closed toe shoes, sunscreen, a light jacket,  and bring your driver`s license and extra money.


price $225
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6 HRS

Strenuous

outdoors

sightseeing

unesco

essentials
Cabo San Lucas, Outdoor Zipline Adventure
Some people come to Cabo to relax. Others come for adventure. If you’re looking to add a little (or a lot) of adventure to your Cabo visit, there is no better choice than the Outdoor Zipline Adventure tour! Join expert guides for a Cabo zipline tour, tropical hike, and fun Polaris UTV off-roading excursion. Feel the rush of the best Cabo San Lucas zipline courses available, and take in some of the region’s most breathtaking views along the way. If adventure is your style, this is the tour for you. Rappel from sheer rock walls, brave the commando bridge, zipline tandem and upside down before swinging high over the canyon on the new “Pendulum” attraction! Traverse the canyon on a series of exciting ziplines-including the longest and fastest line in Mexico, the “Superman"! Clocking in at 60 mph (100 km) and over 4,000 feet long (1,200 meters), this Cabo San Lucas zipline ride will give you an exhilarating and breathtaking bird’s-eye view of the lush tropical scenery of this UNESCO protected biosphere reserve! The fun doesn’t end there! Prepare to get dusty as you off-road on your very own Polaris UTV, turning and weaving through a specially designed course built for maximum excitement!

Please note:  Minimum age for driving is 18 years old. Not suitable for guests with neck or back problems, nor for pregnant women or guests with walking difficulties. Wear long shorts or pants, clothes that can get dusty in the desert, closed toe shoes, insect repellent, sunscreen, and bring your driver’s license and extra money.


price $169
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4 HRS

Easy

sightseeing

essentials
Cabo San Lucas, Private Tour
Not interested in one of the offered excursions? Or you just want to be flexible and do your own thing? Get your private vehicle with your own driver and explore Cabo San Lucas` beauty according to your own rhythm. Find nice beaches for relaxing, great shopping areas and incredible landscapes.

Please note:  Max 6 Pax for Suburban; max 10 Pax for Van/Sprinter. Tour includes vehicle, driver and English speaking local guide.


price $999
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3 HRS

Moderate

refreshments

culture

essentials
Cabo San Lucas, Salsa & Salsa
There is no better place to learn how to make an authentic Mexican salsa than right in Cabo San Lucas with experts. Join this fun cooking lesion and let the chefs show you how to prepare your own salsas and a traditional margarita. Don´t miss this fun adventure and learn from the staff as well the right salsa moves to swing the wooden spoon to the music. You can try your self-made salsa with tortillas and cheese quesadillas while you sip on your own created margarita. After the cooking lesson don´t forget to take the recipes with you so you can surprise your friends at your next barbecue party.

Please note: Not recommended for guests with food allergies; there is lots of standing involved so also not recommended for guests with walking difficulties. Wear comfortable shoes and bring extra money.


price $179
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4 HRS

Moderate

sightseeing

walking

essentials
Cabo San Lucas, Tour to Todos Santos
Once the center of a prosperous sugar cane industry, the lush oasis of Todos Santos houses a sophisticated artist community. Ex-haciendas are presently boutique hotels, restaurants, and galleries. The charming town has been declared a “magical town.” Learn its history in a guided visit of the cultural center, the small museum and don´t miss a chance to try one of the famous margaritas. Tour the mission established by the Jesuits in 1724. Enjoy free time strolling through the shops and galleries. The road between Cabo San Lucas and Todos Santos offers majestic views where the cacti-filled desert meets pristine wide-open beaches.

Please note:  Wear comfortable clothing, bring extra money. This tour is not recommended for guests with mobility issues.


price $139
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La Paz, Mexico



5 HRS

Moderate to
strenuous

boating

dining

essentials
La Paz, Fishing Charter
Don´t miss the opportunity to climb on board with local professional anglers and experience the legendary fishing grounds of Baja´s East Cape. If it´s your dream to catch big fish, join this charter and show the best you have inside you while battling with what the sea has to offer you. This will be a fishing adventure you won`t forget!

Please note: This tour is not suitable for guests with neck or back problems nor pregnant women. Some parts of the boat may be slippery so wear appropriate shoes.  Wear sunscreen, comfortable clothing, a hat, and bring extra money (USD or MXN). A box lunch will be included.


price $349
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4 HRS

Moderate

snorkeling

wildlife

boating

essentials
La Paz, Snorkel & Birdwatching at Gaviota Island
This will be a nautical excursion to a sanctuary of beautiful bays, full of marine life, and one of the best-preserved ecosystems of the peninsula of Baja California. Your first stop will be at the little island  of San Rafaelito where you can observe a colony of sea lions, seagulls, sardines, snappers, and many more fish living in the coral reef. Jump into the clear water and snorkel with these beautiful animals and admire at the same time the colorful reef around you. Get back in the boat and travel to one of the most beautiful and unknown beaches in Baja California Sur, “El Merito.”Afterwards your journey will continue to Gaviota Island. As you come closer you will already notice that this volcanic rock island is covered with birds, since it is a natural refuge for thousands of seabirds. Your guide will give you all the information about the different species and with some luck you can even see blue-footed boobies, yellow-footed gulls and great blue heron. Get your snorkel gear ready again and enjoy another amazing snorkel time in the Sea of Cortez.

Please note: This tour is not suitable for guests with neck or back problems nor pregnant women. Wear your swimsuit, bring a towel, sunscreen, camera and change of clothes, and extra money (USD or MXN).


price $109
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4 HRS

Moderate

snorkeling

wildlife

boating

essentials
La Paz, Snorkeling at Balandra Beach
Enjoy the sea breezes as you travel past Pichilingue Beach on the way to San Rafaelito Island. With a low-depth reef, San Rafaelito Bay is a great spot to snorkel. The calm, clear water has a visibility of up to 30 feet and sea lions love to frolic nearby. Home to over 4,000 different marine species, San Rafaelito also offers a magnificent powdery soft, white-sand beach, numerous reefs and underwater rock formations. Some of the aquatic life you'll encounter during snorkeling could include schools of speckled blue and yellow Cortez angelfish and neon-bright queen angelfish, moray eels, coral heads and of course, sea lions. Then, you'll head over to Balandra Bay, where you'll find eight inlets, a coral reef and beautiful white-sand beaches framed by purple and ochre cliffs. But Balandra is more famous for its unusual rock formation known as Mushroom Rock, or El Hongo, as it's called by the locals. After a snack and refreshments, you can relax on the white-sand beach, gaze out at the vivid turquoise water, take a hike in the low mountains, or snorkel in the salt lagoon teeming with thousands of fish. You'll find that the water is so shallow here that you can walk across to the volcanic cliffs that run down to the shore or to the mangroves that surround the bay. When your exciting adventure comes to an end, you'll return to the boat for a restful ride back to the pier.

Please note: This tour is not suitable for guests with neck or back problems nor pregnant women. Wear your swimsuit, bring a towel, sunscreen, camera and change of clothes, and extra money (USD or MXN).


price $199
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3 HRS

Moderate to
strenuous

watersports

wildlife

refreshments

boating

essentials
La Paz, Whale Shark Tour
Once plentiful off the coast of Mexico, as well at the waters of the world's oceans, the whale sharks are now an endangered species and protected under international and Mexican law. This excursion will give you the wonderful opportunity to see these rare creatures up close in their natural environment. From early winter until late spring whale sharks are quite common in these waters due to the rich supply of plankton, krill, and small fish, and every year they return to the bay of La Paz. Cruise out on a boat into the calm waters of La Paz Bay, where you will look out for whale sharks. Once a whale shark is spotted, you'll don your mask and enter the water near one of these gentle giants. Whale sharks are the world's largest species of fish and can reach lengths of nearly 40 feet and can weigh in as much as 79,000 pounds. Let the animal come to you, just try to swim beside it and not make physical contact. When it realizes that you're not a threat then it will swim closer to you but give it plenty of room to maneuver. Remember, even though it swims slowly and gracefully, it's still a large animal living in the wild, giving the fish distance also provides you some safety, too. At the end of this awesome experience you'll climb back aboard and relax with a refreshing snack. Then, you'll return to your ship in awe of one of nature's most amazing creations with stories to tell your family and friends.

Please note: This tour is not suitable for guests with neck or back problems nor pregnant women. Wear your swimsuit, bring a towel, sunscreen, camera and change of clothes, and extra money (USD or MXN). Tour includes water, soda and a little snack. Since this activity is in the open water the spotting of the whale sharks cannot be guaranteed.  Snorkeling with them depends on weather conditions and government restrictions


price $229
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Loreto, Mexico – Mission de Loreto



3 HRS

Moderately
easy

walking

sightseeing

essentials
Loreto, City Highlights
Get caught in the culture and history of this picturesque city. Get to know Loreto’s most famous places by walking to the downtown area along the malecon, like the missionaries did years ago. Among the museum and missions you will see as well "la casa de la piedra," where the addition of the Californias to the national territory was signed. Loreto is characterized by its tranquility and natural beauty, combined with the beautiful beaches Mother Nature has provided.

Please note:  Wear comfortable clothing and closed-toe shoes.  Bring extra money (USD or MXN). Not recommended for guests with mobility issues.


price $99
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5 HRS

Moderate

watersports

wildlife

beach

essentials
Loreto, Corando Island Adventure
The experience of visiting Coronado Island, is one you’ll remember, as you will find a mixture of colors between turquoise blue and mint green in the water, the sand is totally white and with the sun's radiance, you can appreciate it this way. Coronado also has a variety of tropical fish, plus a beautiful wild garden, where you will have the option to do some hiking. On the way to the island, you will see the habitat of some sea lions and you will have the option to snorkel close to them. Afterwards you will reach the beach, where you can snorkel, hike, have something to eat or just sunbathe. Your guide will provide information about the flora and fauna of the place, as well as the history of the island regarding its dormant volcano that erupted more than 3.000 years ago. On the way back to the pier, watch out for dolphins and turtles. If you are lucky you might spot some of them. Do not miss this wonderful experience.

Please note:  Bring a swimsuit, towel, sunscreen, change of clothes, and extra money (USD or MXN). Not recommended for guests with mobility issues.


price $149
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5 HRS

Moderately
easy

dining

sightseeing

essentials
Loreto, San Javier Mission
Drive into the past to the most important historical mission of Baja, San Javier, located in the Sierra de la Giganta (mountains of giant woman). The construction of the church of San Francisco Javier began in 1744, was finished in 1759 and is the best preserved of all the Missions in the Californias. Enjoy dazzling nature views along the way. Stroll through the cobblestone streets of town, fruit orchards, and the oldest olive gardens in Baja. Your journey into the past would not be complete without trying the real taste of delicious Mexican food. Heading back to Loreto you will have the best panoramic views making this an outstanding cultural encounter.

Please note:  Wear comfortable clothing and closed-toe shoes.  Bring extra money (USD or MXN). Not recommended for guests with mobility issues.


price $165
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5.45 HRS

Moderate to
strenuous

watersports

wildlife

dining

beach

boating
Loreto, Snorkel & Kayak by Catamaran
Let the crew take you to paradise on a 35-foot catamaran sailboat. Sail across the clear blue waters of the Sea of Cortez watching for whales, dolphins and turtles on the way to the beautiful Islands of Loreto while your guide will explain about the local wildlife. After arriving to the bay get ready to dive in for a snorkel adventure experience. You can enjoy your free time at a private beach for relaxing, walking, sunbathing or snorkeling with the option of going back and forth between the catamaran and the beach. Afterwards you will be served lunch and snacks on board, while cruising back towards the Puerto Escondido marina. Feel the wind in your hair as the catamaran dances across the water.

Please note:  Bring a swimsuit, towel, sunscreen, change of clothes, and extra money (USD or MXN). Not recommended for guests with mobility issues.


price $199
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4.5 HRS

Strenuous

hiking

outdoors

essentials
Loreto, Tabor Canyon
This is the perfect tour for nature lovers – at Tabor Canyon. Venture through rugged terrain to discover inspiring nature trails leading into the heart of Tabor where your eco-oriented tour guide will share the desert secrets pertaining to the flora and fauna that are part of this gorgeous canyon. The canyon is about 3 miles long with an elevation increase of over 1,000 feet. The hike will require scrambling over huge boulders, pools of water and scaling steep ridges strewn with crumbling rock. At the higher elevations there are beautiful views to the ocean across Puerto Escondido.

Please note: Guests must be in good medical and physical health condition. Requires climbing. Wear comfortable clothing and closed-toe shoes.  Bring a change of clothes and extra money (USD or MXN).


price $119
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Puerto Vallarta, Mexico



4 HRS

Moderate

sightseeing

essentials
Puerto Vallarta, City Sightseeing
This perfect tour for newcomers to Puerto Vallarta will introduce you to the region’s most popular highlights and attractions, will help you get your bearings and will show you the traditional culture of the local people. Become acquainted with picturesque Puerto Vallarta and its scenic southern coast line on this introductory half day excursion. Your air-conditioned vehicle will proceed from the dock travelling along the south coast passing the exclusive residential section of the “Gold Coast.” Lush tropical vegetation and the sparkling blue of the Pacific line this spectacular route until you reach “Mismaloya” where you will stop for a short visit. You will then return by way of the adjacent hotel area, to arrive at the boardwalk, disembark with your guide and stroll through the cobblestoned streets near to the seashore promenade and “el Centro.”  Next, visit the town´s most distinctive landmark, the Cathedral of Our Lady of Guadalupe, dominated by a shining gold crown atop its steeple. Enjoy walking by the Cuale River Market with a little free time for shopping.  You will see the “Danza de los Voladores,” an ancient Mesoamerican ceremony/ritual. The ritual consists of dance and the climbing of a 98-foot (30-meter) pole from which 4 of the 5 participants then launch themselves tied with ropes to descend to the ground. The fifth remains on top of the pole, dancing and playing a flute and drum. According to one myth, the ritual was created to ask the gods to end a severe drought. Re-board your vehicle and travel along Puerto Vallarta to return to your ship.

Please note: Wear comfortable shoes and clothing, and bring your camera, and extra money (USD or MXN)


price $99
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4 HRS

Moderate

sightseeing

essentials
Puerto Vallarta, City Sightseeing with Airport Transfer
This perfect tour for newcomers to Puerto Vallarta will introduce you to the region’s most popular highlights and attractions, will help you get your bearings and will show you the traditional culture of the local people. Become acquainted with picturesque Puerto Vallarta and its scenic southern coast line on this introductory half day excursion. Your air-conditioned vehicle will proceed from the dock travelling along the south coast passing the exclusive residential section of the “Gold Coast.” Lush tropical vegetation and the sparkling blue of the Pacific line this spectacular route until you reach “Mismaloya” where you will stop for a short visit. You will then return by way of the adjacent hotel area, to arrive at the boardwalk, disembark with your guide and stroll through the cobblestoned streets near to the seashore promenade and “el Centro.”  Next, visit the town´s most distinctive landmark, the Cathedral of Our Lady of Guadalupe, dominated by a shining gold crown atop its steeple. Enjoy walking by the Cuale River Market with a little free time for shopping.  You will see the “Danza de los Voladores,” an ancient Mesoamerican ceremony/ritual. The ritual consists of dance and the climbing of a 98-foot (30-meter) pole from which 4 of the 5 participants then launch themselves tied with ropes to descend to the ground. The fifth remains on top of the pole, dancing and playing a flute and drum. According to one myth, the ritual was created to ask the gods to end a severe drought. Re-board your vehicle and travel along Puerto Vallarta to the airport.

Please note: Wear comfortable shoes and clothing, and bring your camera, and extra money (USD or MXN). For guests with flights 5 p.m. or later.


price $115
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8.5 HRS

Moderate to
strenuous

sightseeing

wine

dining

outdoors

concierge
Puerto Vallarta, Concierge Collection: Nature & Romance
Do you love nature, incredible views and lonely places? This is the perfect tour for you. You will go to a Hacienda, where your guide will share his knowledge of the history of the place and surroundings with you. Next, you will be driven in an open-air  Razor through the wilderness of the Sierra Madre up to the hill of La Bufa, where, after a short walk, you will reach the top of the hill and have the opportunity to take some beautiful pictures. Enjoy a bottle of red wine and cheese while you let yourself be enchanted by nature. Downhill you will make a stop at a church and a little family shop, where the owners themselves will show you how they work their beautiful pieces of silver jewelry. The guide will give you some free time to stroll around and shop if you wish to. A delicious meal with the best view of the valley and beautiful natural scenery in the middle of the mountains will complete this perfect day.  You will be transferred to the ship.

Please note: Wear comfortable shoes and clothing, and bring your camera, bug spray and extra money (USD or MXN). Not recommended for pregnant women or guests with neck or back problems. Razors will be driven by guides.


price $2499
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8.5 HRS

Moderate to
strenuous

sightseeing

wine

dining

outdoors

concierge
Puerto Vallarta, Concierge Collection: Nature & Romance with Airport Transfer
Do you love nature, incredible views and lonely places? This is the perfect tour for you. You will go to a Hacienda, where your guide will share his knowledge of the history of the place and surroundings with you. Next, you will be driven in an open-air  Razor through the wilderness of the Sierra Madre up to the hill of La Bufa, where, after a short walk, you will reach the top of the hill and have the opportunity to take some beautiful pictures. Enjoy a bottle of red wine and cheese while you let yourself be enchanted by nature. Downhill you will make a stop at a church and a little family shop, where the owners themselves will show you how they work their beautiful pieces of silver jewelry. The guide will give you some free time to stroll around and shop if you wish to. A delicious meal with the best view of the valley and beautiful natural scenery in the middle of the mountains will complete this perfect day.  You will be transferred to the airport.

Please note: Wear comfortable shoes and clothing, and bring your camera, bug spray and extra money (USD or MXN). Not recommended for pregnant women or guests with neck or back problems. Razors will be driven by guides.


price $2399
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8.5 HRS

Moderate to
strenuous

sightseeing

wine

dining

outdoors

concierge
Puerto Vallarta, Concierge Collection: Nature & Romance with Windstar Hotel Transfer
Do you love nature, incredible views and lonely places? This is the perfect tour for you. You will go to a Hacienda, where your guide will share his knowledge of the history of the place and surroundings with you. Next, you will be driven in an open-air  Razor through the wilderness of the Sierra Madre up to the hill of La Bufa, where, after a short walk, you will reach the top of the hill and have the opportunity to take some beautiful pictures. Enjoy a bottle of red wine and cheese while you let yourself be enchanted by nature. Downhill you will make a stop at a church and a little family shop, where the owners themselves will show you how they work their beautiful pieces of silver jewelry. The guide will give you some free time to stroll around and shop if you wish to. A delicious meal with the best view of the valley and beautiful natural scenery in the middle of the mountains will complete this perfect day.  You will be transferred to the hotel.

Please note: Wear comfortable shoes and clothing, and bring your camera, bug spray and extra money (USD or MXN). Not recommended for pregnant women or guests with neck or back problems. Razors will be driven by guides.


price $2399
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4.5

Strenuous

sightseeing

outdoors

essentials
Puerto Vallarta, Jorullo Bridge ATV Adventure
Are you prepared to incorporate all your senses into an extreme adrenaline adventure?  You will begin your tour by driving 45 minutes over dirt road, crossing the Sierra Madre Occidental Mountains on board an ATV and crossing the Transition Zone of the subtropical and desert ecosystem. You can observe the beautiful landscapes that surround the waterfall "El Salto," and you will make a stop to enjoy its crystalline water.  Resume your adventure by driving directly to the most exciting experience of your journey, crossing the longest vehicle suspension bridge in the world at 1,542 feet (470 meters) long and 492 feet (150 meters) above the River Cuale. You may feel moments of pure adrenaline, while driving over, from end to end.

Please note: Wear comfortable closed-toe shoes and clothing, and bring your camera, swimsuit, towel, bug spray and extra money (USD or MXN). Not recommended for pregnant women or guests with neck or back problems. Minimum age for driving is 18 years. Driver`s license needed.


price $199
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4 HRS

Moderate

sightseeing

essentials
Puerto Vallarta, Private Van Tour – Choose Your Own Itinerary
Not interested in one of the offered excursions? Or you just want to be flexible and do your own thing? Get your private vehicle with your own driver-guide and explore Puerto Vallarta’s beauty according to your own rhythm. Find nice beaches for relaxing, great shopping areas, and incredible landscapes.

Please note: Highly recommended for those with mobility issues. Bring extra money (USD or MXN).


price $655
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Manzanillo, Mexico



4 HRS

Strenuous

outdoors

refreshments

essentials
Manzanillo, ATV Jungle Adventure
If you are looking for a thrilling adventure, experience the excitement of an Honda TRX250 ATV, powerful and easy to handle! Your professional guide will lead you through rugged mountain trails to the unspoiled and endless beach of Peña Blanca. Enjoy a refreshing cool drink at the beach before you keep on going. Along the way capture spectacular views from uphill or "La Vaca Mountain," besides discovering the secrets of the tropical forest and driving through rich vegetation. You will have time to spend at "El Llano" and meet the friendly people at Rancho "El Indio" before heading back.

Please note: This tour is not suitable for guests with neck or back problems nor pregnant women. Minimum age for driving is 18 years. Driver`s license is needed. Wear comfortable clothing (long pants or short), closed shoes, and bring extra money (USD or MXN).


price $199
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5 HRS

Moderate

boating

walking

refreshments

sightseeing

essentials
Manzanillo, Barra de Navidad
Travel to the exclusive area of Peninsula de Santiago for a photo opportunity and continue northbound along Santiago Bay, viewing its magnificent beaches and lush fruit plantations, with a stop at a fruit stand to sample a variety of tropical fruits. Cross over the “Marabasco River” to enter the neighboring state of Jalisco, with a picturesque view of the town of Cihuatlan, and proceed to Barra de Navidad. A historic site in the 1500s as the first Spanish expedition to the Philippines, bringing back popular fruits such as coconuts, mangos and bananas among other not endemic ones. Nowadays Barra de Navidad is a quaint farming and fishing village built on a sandbar. The beauty of nature surrounds the village with its long, curvy beach that stretches the length of the town. Once you arrive to Barra de Navidad you will visit the church of the ”Christ of Fallen Arms“ that locals strongly believe in his miracles. Then walk along the breezy and panoramic malecon with great photo opportunities for bay and lagoon pictures. Ride on a water taxi boat for 3 minutes to enjoy a complementary non-alcoholic drink and a light snack at the Grand Isla Resort & Marina. Afterwards you will head back to Barra de Navidad to stroll around along the cobblestone and tiled streets, and browse the small handicraft shops, before driving back to Manzanillo.

Please note: This tour is not suitable for guests with mobility issues. Wear comfortable clothing and shoes, and bring sunscreen, and extra money (USD or MXN).


price $149
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5 HRS

Moderate to
strenuous

boating

wildlife

outdoors

essentials
Manzanillo, Big Game Sport Fishing
Big game fish are plentiful in Manzanillo waters. They are full of fight and ready for the challenge. Catch marlin, sailfish, dorado, wahoo or yellowtail. The crew is experienced in fishing and will know the best places for the best catches! You can relax because everything you need will be on board to make this trip enjoyable and success full.

Please note: Wear comfortable clothing and shoes and bring extra money (USD or MXN). Fishing license included. Pricing is per vessel with a maximum of 6 guests per boat. A captain and one sailor will be accompanying the group. 

price $1299
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4 HRS

Moderate

walking

sightseeing

culture

essentials
Manzanillo, City and Shopping
The city of Manzanillo has long been recognized as Mexico's gateway to the Pacific Rim. Drive through the busy port facility and along the Santiago Peninsula with views overlooking Las Hadas, the marina, the twin bays, and the beach where the movie 10 was filmed. Then continue to Santiago Bay towards the Miramar Flea Market, where you will find a large variety of arts and crafts, pottery, clothing, leather goods, onyx, and various other handcrafted goods to purchase and take home. Manzanillo's old-town plaza is your last stop. Your tour guide will give show you around while explaining the history of Manzanillo. Enjoy one of the typical drinks like Tuba, Ponche or Tejuino at a little market and hear about their story. Spend some free time walking through the square or shopping in the local stores before driving back to the pier.

Please note: This tour is not suitable for guests with mobility issues. Wear comfortable clothing and shoes, and bring sunscreen, and  extra money (USD or MXN).


price $99
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4 HRS

Moderate

wildlife

boating

sightseeing

essentials
Manzanillo, Eco Turtle Camp & Coconut Plantation
This wonderful experience will start when you board an A/C vehicle.  You will head south to Cuyutlan – a 45-minute ride and start your tour visiting the Turtle Camp of Cuyutlan to see and learn all about the sea turtles that come every season to the coast line, as well as the iguanas and crocodiles. With a bit of good luck, you will be able to free baby turtles and let them go to the Pacific Ocean (if hatching available). Board a panga – local boat – and get prepared to explore and discover the best of Palo Verde Lagoon through the mangroves where your guide will tell you everything about it. Be ready with your camera, crocodiles, iguanas, exotic birds, and many other creatures can be seen at any moment. On the way back stop at a Coconut plantation, you will see how a professional picks them from the palm and enjoy them. Drive back to the pier.

Please note: This tour is not suitable for guests with mobility issues as the trails are mainly rough. Wear comfortable clothing and shoes, and bring sunscreen, insect repellent,  and  extra money (USD or MXN).


price $129
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5 HRS

Easy

essentials
Manzanillo, Private Van Tours
Not interested in one of the offered excursions? Or you just want to be flexible and do your own thing? Get your private vehicle with your own driver-guide and explore Manzanillo’s beauty according to your own rhythm. Find nice beaches for relaxing, great shopping areas, and incredible landscapes.

Please note: Wear comfortable clothing and shoes and  bring extra money (USD or MXN).


price $759
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Huatulco, Oaxaca, Mexico



4 HRS

Moderately
easy

sightseeing

refreshments

essentials
Huatulco, Chocolate & Coffee - Mezcal & Mole
Among the products of the region renowned for their international recognition, you will find chocolate, coffee, Mezcal (an alcoholic drink originated in Oaxaca) and mole. You will drive to Santa Maria Huatulco, a small, pretty, and very clean town surrounded by the foothills of the Sierra Madre del Sur. Next to the market place you will have an opportunity to try the local chocolate and coffee. Your next stop is Santa Maria Huatulco where you will visit its beautiful church that was built in the 17th century and then move nearby, to visit the local blacksmith´s artisanal shop over a century old. Here you will admire a forge of the 18th century and working tools of today made with recycled materials. Then you will continue to a Rustic Mezcal Factory, just 10 minutes away. The elaborate process of distillation of this traditional Oaxaca beverage (as famous as Tequila) will be shown as well as the different uses of the “Maguey” plant. The word mezcal comes from Nahuatl and means "oven-cooked agave." Tequila is made from blue agave only while Mezcal is made from any variety of the agave plant. You can also try mole, which is basically a variety of "sauces" from the region of Oaxaca. There are as many recipes as the day is long and it is usually served with meat, mostly poultry, either chicken or turkey. Some mole recipes have 20+ ingredients in them! Everyone has their own way of making it.

Please note:  Wear comfortable clothing and closed-toe shoes, and bring bug spray and extra money (USD or MXN).


price $125
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5 HRS

Moderate

wildlife

outdoors

boating

dining

essentials
Huatulco, Crocodile & Turtle Eco-Adventure
You will meet 7 of the 8 marine turtle species that exist worldwide, as well as 6 sweet water species and 2 land types, at an exclusive center, located at Mazunte, dedicated to the breeding, study, and preservation of turtles. See the different growing stages and learn what the Mexican government is doing to protect these very special creatures. Some of the marine turtles swim to the local shores to lay their eggs every year.  Afterwards you will move to Ventanilla Lagoon and the little community dedicated to maintaining and preserving a crocodile farm. A canoe ride on the lagoon is an unforgettable experience and you’ll be able to observe several animal species in their natural habitat such as birds, like the kingfisher, wild ducks, carpenter birds, and iguanas, crustaceans and reptiles. The boat ride will take you to an island where tree nurseries help to reforest affected areas. Your local guides will prepare a light lunch of fresh quesadillas on an open-air oven and offer information on the natural world that surrounds you. You will also see several examples of the animals that populate the island. After your exploration of the island, you will travel back to the mainland in your canoe and return to Huatulco and your ship’s pier.

Please note:  Wear comfortable clothing and closed-toe shoes, and bring bug spray and extra money (USD or MXN). This excursion is not recommended for guests with walking difficulties.


price $139
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4 HRS

Moderate

sightseeing

dining

culture

essentials
Huatulco, Mexican Traditions & Cooking Class
Begin the tour in the small town named Piedra de Moros, where you will visit the medicinal plants and herbs walkway and receive a brief explanation of their names and which diseases they cure.  You will have the opportunity to taste a refreshing drink made with the lemongrass herb and get to see the traditional way of making “tortillas” and bread. Uses of “Nopal” (cactus) will be explained as well, and samples of all these traditional Mexican products will be offered. Among the products of the region renowned for their international recognition, you will find chocolate, coffee, grasshoppers, traditional Oaxaca´s mole, and Mezcal (an alcoholic drink originated in Oaxaca).  On your return to Huatulco you will visit downtown where you will have the opportunity to taste and learn about the ingredients for your cooking lesson before you buy the products of your choice.  Then you will head to the Lu Iba Restaurant to participate in a cooking lesson to prepare your Tlayuda with typical regional ingredients. Of course, the right beverage must not be left out. Let the master show you how to prepare a typical oaxaqueña Margarita and enjoy it together with your Tlayuda.

Please note:  Wear comfortable clothing and closed-toe shoes, and bring bug spray and extra money (USD or MXN). This excursion is not recommended for guests with walking difficulties.


price $129
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4.5 HRS

Moderate to
strenuous

walking

sightseeing

outdoors

essentials
Huatulco, Paradise Garden
Discover the natural beauty of the Oaxaca region and the Sierra Madre Mountains. On this tour you will be able to truly experience contact with Mother Nature and all her strange and beautiful manifestations in this area. You’ll travel north by air-conditioned transportation through one of the most exuberant regions of Oaxaca, the southern Sierra Madre Mountains. This region is one of the true marvels of nature and you will explore it on your scenic drive through small isolated villages, mountain streams, fruit plantations, and the lovely native vegetation and flowers of the region. After a 40-minute drive, you will arrive at Paradise Gardens. This eco-agricultural project encompasses 130 hectares at 853 feet (260 meters) above sea level. Your guide will lead you along the paths to see the different phases of cultivation of fruits, trees and vegetables. In Paradise Gardens you will find more than 400 plant species, with almost 100 varieties originating from Southeast Asia and Central and South America, making a striking combination of vegetation. During your walk you will discover a great variety of exotic flora as well as local species of animals, birds, and more.  Paradise Garden’s production philosophy is based on organic principles that harmonize its production with the natural world and whose most important objective is to maintain and preserve the gifts of nature.

Please note:  Wear comfortable clothing and closed-toe shoes, and bring bug spray and extra money (USD or MXN). This excursion is not recommended for guests with walking difficulties.


price $139
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5 HRS

Moderate

sightseeing

dining

culture

essentials
Huatulco, Pluma Hidalgo Coffee
To begin you will have the opportunity to know the history and legends of Hualtuco, visiting Santa Maria Huatulco. In this wonderful village you will visit the church, the old market, the square, the Municipal Palace and the main streets of the community to know a little of the traditions that live on there every day. Afterwards you will continue to Pluma Hidalgo towards the mountains and on the way you will observe the changes of temperature and vegetation due to the fact that you are 4,357 feet (1328 meters) above sea level.  In the village you will visit the church and get to know the area. Between mountains and mists in Pluma Hidalgo, visit a coffee farm where you will learn about the process of producing coffee from the cultivation of the coffee plant to the preparation to the coffee roasting and tasting.  You will continue with a rich Oaxacan lunch where you will enjoy one of the typical dishes of the region and then return to the port of Huatulco.

Please note:  Wear comfortable clothing and closed-toe shoes, and bring bug spray and extra money (USD or MXN). This excursion is not recommended for guests with walking difficulties or for guests with back or neck problems due to bumpy roads. There is lots of walking involved on uneven surfaces.


price $145
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2.5 HRS

Moderately
easy

culture

watersports

essentials
Huatulco, Pre-Hispanic Steam
The ancient peoples of Mexico used to take steam baths enriched with medicinal and aromatic herbs and plants. There are mural paints in the Mayan ruins of Bonampak describing the ritual of the steam baths. This tour will offer you the opportunity to experience this healthy and mystical tradition in an exclusive Pre-Hispanic Spa built following the traditions of the ancient cultures, decorated with replicas of the murals of Bonampak painted on the walls of the “Temazcalli” (Steam Bath House). Experience an old ritual to heal the body, the mind and the spirit with a chaman (traditional medicine man). After the steam and herbs bath is over, take a relaxing Jacuzzi session and enjoy the Pre-Hispanic rhythms of ancient Mexican instruments.

Please note:  This tour is only recommended for guests in good medical and physical condition. Bring your swimsuit, sandals, and extra money (USD or MXN).


price $175
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Puerto Chiapas, Mexico



4.5 HRS

Moderately
easy

sightseeing

walking

culture

essentials
Puerto Chiapas, Chiapas Through the Ages
Experience Mexico’s past and present as you explore the ancient Mayan archaeological site of Izapa, visit the Planetarium and learn about Mayan Cosmology, watch Mayan Dancers perform and then wander Tapachula’s town square on a sightseeing adventure that will both educate and delight you.  From the pier, you’ll journey aboard an air-conditioned bus to the ancient ruins of Izapa. From its beginnings as a small village sometime around 1,500 B.C., Izapa grew into the region’s most influential cultural and commercial center with a population of possibly up to 10,000 people at the height of its influence sometime between 60 B.C. and 100 A.D. Once foremost in the region to produce highly valued cacao, Izapa brought together many of Mesoamerica’s ancient cultures and many believe it may be the site of origin of the sacred Mayan Calendar, although much study remains to be done in order to unlock these secrets. From here, you’ll travel by bus to the culturally diverse city of Tapachula whose history and heritage has been influenced not only by the Mayans, Mestizos and Spanish but by German, Chinese, Japanese, and French immigrants as well. From here, your tour guide will introduce you to some the city’s highlights on a short walking tour around the town square. You’ll have free time for shopping in local artisan shops for leather goods, ceramics and more. Then it is time to travel by bus to Tapachula Planetarium where you will watch a presentation inside the dome about Maya Astronomy and Cosmology and then watch Mayan Dancers perform before returning by bus to your ship’s pier.

Please note:  Wear comfortable clothing and walking shoes and bring extra money (USD or MXN). Not recommended for people with walking difficulties. Snack included.


price $169
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5.5 HRS

Moderately
easy

walking

refreshments

sightseeing

essentials
Puerto Chiapas, Coffee Tasting & Botanical Garden
Journey into the Sierra Madre Mountains of Chiapas and discover the world’s finest coffees at Argovia Plantation.  You’ll travel by air-conditioned van approximately 90 minutes through the lush forests and breathtaking scenery of the Sierra Madres to the Argovia Estate.  Founded in 1880, Argovia is one of the oldest coffee producers in the region and a one-of-a-kind, family owned agricultural estate. Your professional guides will provide in-depth information about the history of the area, the people of Chiapas and the steps involved in creating the perfect cup of coffee. Take a short tour of the grounds and learn about the Plantation’s history as well as the history of coffee in Chiapas and how it came to be known as the 2nd finest coffee producing region in the world. Then take a delicious journey to discover all the flavors that distinguish Chiapas coffee. You’ll practice observing the tastes and aromas of brewed coffee, learn the art of coffee tasting - and why it's OK to slurp! Argovia has diversified its production and now also specializes in growing over 125 different ornamental flowers. You’ll tour the flower plantation and see these extraordinary specimens of nature’s gifts. Get to know all the diversity of foliage, tropical and exotic flowers, in one small and spectacular botanic garden that exist in Argovia. Afterwards you’ll have time to browse the gift shop and purchase Argovia’s famous coffee to take home with you.

Please note:  Wear comfortable clothing and walking shoes and bring extra money (USD or MXN). Not recommended for people with walking difficulties.


price $199
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3.5 HRS

Moderately
easy

sightseeing

concierge
Puerto Chiapas, Concierge Collection: Chocolate Discovery & Mayan Dances
Visit Casa Maya, and discover the process of making 100% artisan Chocolate. They will explain the plant, the fruit, the extraction of the seed, the importance of the product from our pre-Hispanic cultures, and you will taste the fermented cocoa, cocoa drink, and chocolate prepared with milk.  You will also taste an exquisite tamal typical of the region stuffed with chocolate. You will live the experience of the chocolate in the middle of a mystical place with Mayan decorative murals, and watch Mayan Dance performances before returning by bus to your ship’s pier.

Please note:  Wear comfortable clothing and walking shoes and bring extra money (USD or MXN). Not recommended for people with walking difficulties. 


price $199
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4 HRS

Easy

sightseeing

essentials
Puerto Chiapas, Half Day Private Van Tour
Not interested in one of the offered excursions? Or you just want to be flexible and do your own thing? Get your private vehicle with your own driver-guide and explore Puerto Chiapas beauty according to your own rhythm. Find nice beaches for relaxing, great shopping areas, and incredible landscapes.

Please note: Highly recommended for those with mobility issues.


price $845
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7 HRS

Moderate

hiking

dining

sightseeing

essentials
Puerto Chiapas, Hiking the Tacana Volkan Trail
From your ship’s pier you will travel to the small village of Talquian, the last town before getting to the Tacana hiking route. Here you will have a delicious meal to gain strength before getting active. The Tacana volcano the highest peak in Central America  13,320 feet (4060 m), lies right on the border between Mexico and Guatemala, and was a sacred place for the Mayans, who believed the gods gave the gift of corn to humankind right in this place. Your guide will lead you through the path uphill while showing you the local flora and fauna of this rainforest and perhaps meet some of the locals on their way from Guatemala to Mexico since this is still a trading route for the local villages. After about an hour and 15 minutes hiking, you will head back to the bottom of the hill where your transportation is waiting for you to take you back to your ship.

Please note:  Wear comfortable clothing and walking shoes and bring extra money (USD or MXN). Not recommended for people with walking difficulties.


price $169
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6.5 HRS

Moderate

hiking

dining

sightseeing

culture

essentials
Puerto Chiapas, Izapa & Pico del Loro
From the pier you will travel to the Pico de Loro (Parrot`s beak), a very peculiar rock formation, located at the bottom of the Tacana Volcano. After a short 15-minute hike, you will get to the massive rock and then will have the opportunity to enjoy the panoramic view of the surrounding mountains and forest. Then you continue to Izapa, where you will enjoy a typical Mexican lunch. Afterwards discover the Archaeological Site, one of the most important Mayan sites of the region because of its history and strategic location right where it used to be the jade and cacao trade Mayan route. Your guide will show you the still existing ball park and the rest of the remaining buildings of this Mayan Center while explaining the history of this unique civilization. After a day’s adventure it’s time to go back to your ship.

Please note:  Wear comfortable clothing and walking shoes and bring bug spray and extra money (USD or MXN). Not recommended for people with walking difficulties. Tour includes umbrellas and refreshing face towels.


price $149
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3 HRS

Moderately
easy

boating

wildlife

sightseeing

essentials
Puerto Chiapas, Mangroves & Nature Exploration
Immerse yourself in the magic of Chiapas’s natural environments as you head off the beaten path in a 6-person boat and explore beautiful mangrove streams and lagoons populated by wildlife and birds. After a short bus ride from the pier, you’ll arrive at the water’s edge where you’ll meet your captain and board your boat. Just sit back, relax and enjoy the spectacular views that surround you as your boat is navigated through the waterways by a professional captain and guide. Experience nature and all her glory as wildlife, and especially the region’s diverse array of birds, appear along the way. Your guide will share information about the area’s eco-system and point out various species of flora and fauna. You may see pelicans, herons, ospreys, cormorants, hummingbirds, egrets, spoonbills, storks, turtles, and much more. This nature reserve also provides a way of life to the local fishermen who use the same tried and true methods of catching shrimp, crab and more that their fathers did before them. Have your questions ready when you meet one of the fishermen in person and grab the opportunity to learn about their daily work and personal life before heading back to your cruise ship.

Please note:  Wear comfortable clothing and walking shoes and bring bug spray and extra money (USD or MXN). Not recommended for people with walking difficulties.


price $175
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3.25 HRS

Moderately
easy

sightseeing

walking

culture

essentials
Puerto Chiapas, Tapachula City Tour
Experience Tapachula City Downtown as you explore the main churches and squares, and have time to do shopping for Mexican handcrafts, chocolates, and coffee that make this region of Mexico famous. From the pier, you’ll journey approximately 45 minutes aboard an air-conditioned bus to the main Cathedral, located in the Bicentennial Square, recently remodeled. After visiting and learning about the Cathedral you will have time to shop directly from the local vendors. From here, you’ll travel by bus to the Main Square of Tapachula whose history and heritage have been influenced not only by the Mayans, Mestizos, and Spanish but by German, Chinese, Japanese, and French immigrants as well.  From here, your tour guide will introduce you to some the city’s highlights on a short walking tour around the town square. You’ll have free time for shopping in local artisan shops for leather goods, ceramics, and more. Then it is time to travel by bus to your ship’s pier.

Please note:  Wear comfortable clothing and walking shoes and bring extra money (USD or MXN). Not recommended for people with walking difficulties.


price $149
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Playas del Coco, Costa Rica



3.5 HRS

Strenuous

outdoors

wildlife

essentials
Playas Del Coco, Canopy Zip Line
You’ll have a 30-minute drive to the Congo Trail Private Reserve where your adventure will begin. A platform located at ground level will mark the beginning of your experience. Industry-approved, ultra-safe harness equipment and a network of steel cables that connect eight trees in the forest will be your road to excitement while you learn the secrets of the dry forest. Gliding from tree to tree, you will have a birds-eye-view of the forest. The fauna is especially abundant here. Hundreds of different species of birds have been sighted, along with the howler monkey, many different snakes, coatis, and other mammals. At the end of the last cable, you will head back to earth and your ride back to your ship. 

Please note: This is a very active tour only recommended for guests who are in good physical condition. Wildlife sightings are not guaranteed. Wet landing required. 


price $105
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4 HRS

Moderate

snorkeling

refreshments

beach

boating
Playas Del Coco, Catamaran & Snorkel Tour
The Gulf of Papagayo is located in the northwestern Pacific Coast of Costa Rica and is known for its beautiful beaches, its amazing year-round good weather, the abundant wildlife that lives in its waters and the wide variety of activities that visitors can be a part of while visiting this beautiful country. During this tour, you will sail aboard a beautiful catamaran through the waters of the Gulf of Papagayo, and discover its enchanting marine world: beautiful reefs, colorful and pristine beaches, dolphins, flying fish and other marine species that are only part of the spectacle you might witness during this adventure. You can even relax on the boat and sip delicious refreshing tropical drinks and snacks that are served by the crew as you simply enjoy and delight yourself with the amazing views of the ocean, the surrounding beaches and feel the marine breeze on your face.  On arrival at Playa Heuvos there will be time to swim, snorkel or explore in the tranquil warm ocean.

Please note:  The catamaran is not wheelchair accessible. Bring your bathing suit and a towel. 


price $145
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5 HRS

Easy

refreshments

culture

sightseeing

essentials
Playas Del Coco, Liberia City Tour, Shopping & Folklore
Liberia is the capital city of the province of Guanacaste, and one of the most important cities in Costa Rica’s northwest.  It was originated during the middle of the 18th century and is a beautiful place to visit. You will board your bus for the 50-minute ride to Liberia. Also known as the White City due to the color of the land it was built on, you will see colorful adobe houses that will certainly take you back in time, while the beauty of La Agonia Church, built in 1769 is a clear example of this region’s architectural and cultural heritage. During your tour the guide will enlighten you with some of the most interesting facts about this city and show you some local stores where you will be able to purchase delicious coffee to take back home, enjoy traditional dances and the beautiful sounds of regional music, taste traditional dishes and admire the work of local artisans who transform pottery into real works of art.

Please note: This tour is a good choice for guests with limited mobility as long as they travel with a companion who can assist with the steps in and out of the bus. Wet landing required.


price $89
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7 HRS

Moderate

wildlife

refreshments

dining

boating
Playas Del Coco, River Cruise, Sabanero Traditions & Lunch
This is an unforgettable experience that will take you into the roots of Guanacaste and its culture. Your adventure will begin with a 75-minute drive to board a river boat that will allow you to see the beauty of the Tempisque River, bordering the spectacular Palo Verde National Park and flowing into the Gulf of Nicoya.  Along the route of your 80-minute boat tour you will be able to observe the most amazing varieties of birds, plus crocodiles, iguanas, monkeys and a beautiful ecosystem that is filled with extensive marshes that serve as home to many migratory birds coming from North and South America.  Following your river tour you will delight your palate with a delicious homemade Costa Rican-style lunch, while immersing yourself into the authentic lifestyle of Guanacaste’s  “Sabaneros” and experiencing the ambiance  of the beautiful Hacienda House, built in the 19th century and recently restored.  You will see lovely views from the ample corridors as the savannahs and sugar cane fields extend before your eyes.

Please note:  All animals in this national park are wild animals. Please do not feed them. Wear light clothing, comfortable shoes, insect repellent, sunblock, and bring a hat. You will be given a life jacket on the river boat. Wet landing required.


price $169
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7 HRS

Easy

dining

sightseeing

essentials
Playas Del Coco, Rivers of Joy, Hotsprings & Lunch
You arrive through a meandering country road, surrounded by a volcanic mountain range and a dwarf-forest, a rare habitat within the Costa Rican tropical dry forest. Upon arrival, you will be greeted with a refreshing beverage. Your visit will start with a scenic guided walk on one of the main trails, including a hanging bridge. As part of the walk you will have the opportunity to enjoy the waters of this crystal-clear river. Once within the 500+ acre private reserve, you will be led into a canyon where a thermo-mineral river flows strong and trees grow 10 times taller than those on the parched earth above. The visit to Rivers of Joy Hot Springs and Spa, will not only give you the opportunity of enjoying the generous hot springs of "Rio Perdido" but the convergence with the "Rio Blanco" where you can enjoy the different pools temperatures that range from 90 to 115 degrees Fahrenheit, the spectacular views of the "Rincon de La Vieja Volcano" and the SPA for those who want to pamper their souls. There are thermal pools just next to the building where you can also enjoy the thermal waters. An authentic “Guanacaste” culinary experience will be served for lunch at the main restaurant. SPA treatments available on reservation only and are not included in tour price. The treatments must be paid directly at the property.

Please note: Bring bathing suite, sandals, changing cloths, walking shoes, insect repellent, sunscreen. Wet landing required.


price $149
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6.5 HRS

Strenuous

watersports

horseback

boating

dining

beach
Playas Del Coco, Saddles & Paddles
This great adventure will allow you to experience Guanacaste in a way no other adventure can.  At Cañon de La Vieja you will be able to horseback ride across some of Guanacaste’s most beautiful surroundings; savannahs, hills and some breathtaking views of the volcano while being assisted by an experienced ‘sabanero’ (cowboy).  Board your bus for the 75-minute ride to Cañon de La Vieja where you will get a safety lesson before your horseback ride along the river.  Then  you will take part in an exciting rafting tour that will take you through approximately 2 miles of one of the most beautiful rivers in the area, that include Class II and III rapids that vary depending on the weather conditions existing in the higher lands.  For approximately 60 minutes you will enjoy yourself riding these beautiful waters, observing the vegetation and fauna of the area, while wearing safety equipment of the highest standards and being guided by very experienced guides. At the conclusion of these activities relax at the pool and before heading back to Coco enjoy a traditional Costa Rican-styled lunch.

Please note:  The river rafting includes a couple of very strenuous canyons requiring participants to be in excellent physical condition.  Saddles, life jackets, helmets and paddles will all be provided.   Lunch is included on this tour. Bring your bathing suit, extra dry clothes, towel, sunscreen and rubber-soled shoes.  Wet landing required.


price $219
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Bahia Herradura, Costa Rica



5 HRS

Easy

wildlife

refreshments

culture

sightseeing

essentials
Bahia Herradura, Andalusian Horse Show & Countryside

This show combines the magnificent Andalusian horses with masterful riders. Learn about the equestrian world from a local English-speaking expert with vast knowledge in this field. You will board your comfortable air conditioned motor coach for the 75-minute ride to Rancho San Miguel, passing a variety of landscapes including mango and watermelon farmlands, lush forests and mountain views to the highlands of Alajuela Province where the hacienda is located. Rancho San Miguel is a school of high equestrian arts they have been exhibiting at horse fiestas for over 30 years.It is now famous throughout the Americas for their pure breed of Andalusian horses. You will be greeted by a local expert who will introduce you the equine world of mares and stallions. The 60-minute show will combine dressage training of the magnificent Andalusian horses with the impressive ability of the riders, a group of talented young ladies in acts that require many months of hard team-work training and discipline including a synchronized choreography of the mares. Every act will be presented and explained by the expert while you also enjoy the sounds of Spanish flamenco music in a spectacular amphitheater. You will then have a 45-minute drive to El Jardin souvenir market in Orotina where you will have plenty of time to browse around the shop, sample their delicious fruits or taste a Costa Rican cup of coffee.

Please note:  Wear light clothing, comfortable shoes, a hat or visor, sunscreen, insect repellent, and bring water, cash/credit cards and your camera.


price $119
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5 HRS

Moderate to
strenuous

dining

culture

walking
Bahia Herradura, Carara National Park & Pura Vida Gardens
Departing from Herradura, you will have a 15-minute drive to Carara National Park, which covers a low mountainous area that is relatively clear of undergrowth making it easy to observe the abundant wildlife. Because of its particular location, the park has one of the largest remaining wild populations of Scarlet Macaws.  Also, the Rio Grande de Tarcoles crosses the park and is home to a great variety of animals and birds catching the attention of many birdwatchers, who consider Carara one of the best spots to watch tropical birds in the country. You will have about a 90-minute walk in this area of exceptional beauty before the short drive to Pura Vida Gardens, one of the most spectacular private gardens in Costa Rica. Boasting beautifully manicured gardens, you will notice that they are also bordered by one of the tallest waterfalls in the country. Pura Vida is home to many flowering plants, including heliconias, gingers, and orchids. Look for butterflies, parrots, parakeets, toucans, kingfishers, and waterfowl. Before your walking  tour, enjoy a well-deserved traditional lunch served in the garden restaurant,  then browse the gift shop for souvenirs before heading back to port.

Please note: Wear comfortable walking shoes, sunscreen and a hat.

price $149
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4.45 HRS

Easy

wildlife

refreshments

boating
Bahia Herradura, Eco Jungle Cruise & Crocodile Safari
This adventure takes place along the estuary of Guacalillo and the Tarcoles River, near Carara National Park. You will board your jungle cruise ship for your tour up the estuary noted for its mangrove forests. In fact, four different species of mangroves are found in this area: tea, black, red and white mangrove. The mangroves are a group of unrelated woody plants that grow in protected tropical coasts. The mangroves also provide a great habitat for many endemic birds like swallows, hummingbirds, flycatchers and many ibis and woodpeckers.You will cruise up the Tarcoles River that’s shores house one of the largest colonies of crocodiles. Some of these reptiles are easily 9 feet long. Iguanas, Jesus Christ lizards, as well as many birds like herons, egrets, and ducks are easily seen looking for food along the riverbanks. This journey will help you learn about the importance of mangroves and why they must be preserved as a way of conservation to save all living species on Earth. Enjoy tropical fresh fruits and iced cold drinks before, during or after your cruise.

Please note: Bring your camera, sunscreen, insect repellent and wear comfortable clothing.


price $119
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3 HRS

Strenuous

outdoors

wildlife

refreshments
Bahia Herradura, Los Suenos Canopy Tour
If walking through a tropical forest is exciting, then imagine the experience of traveling on cables on top of it. The tropical forest is one the most complex ecosystems on Earth, more species of flora and fauna inhabit this type of forest than in any other on the planet.  The richest part of the forest is the canopy, as most plants, including orchids and ferns, climb on the trees to receive more sunlight. Here is your chance for an adrenaline-filled encounter with the rainforest, at 100 feet above the ground! You will fly over exotic trees and flora while experiencing spectaculars views of Herradura Bay, the Pacific Coast, as well as the Nicoya Gulf. You will cross an exuberant primary forest on 12 cables and 14 platforms suspended on the treetops discovering the unique comparison of two different ecosystems, the Tropical and the Dry Tropical eco-systems, two different climates and many singular species of birds and animals not seen anywhere else. At the end of your adventure enjoy a delicious buffet of tropical fruits
 
Please note:  This tour is only recommended for those who are able to participate in moderately strenuous activities and high adventure programs. Guests who suffer vertigo should not participate on this tour. Comfortable light clothing is recommended. Weight limit is approximately 235 pounds. You will be required to sign a waiver.


price $135
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4 HRS

Strenuous

horseback

outdoors

wildlife

refreshments

essentials
Bahia Herradura, Tropical Forest Horseback Riding & Waterfalls
Your tour will start a short 15-minute drive. This is perhaps one of the best ways to discover the wonders of the rainforest. You will be equipped with a medium-sized Criollo horse and riding gear and then depart on your journey to the waterfalls. Along the way you will see farms, and get a closer look at nature, as you start ascending through the rainforest. You may be able to spot some great wildlife such as: toucans, macaws and sometimes even monkeys. Upon arrival at the swimming pool area, your bilingual guide will set you up with some fresh fruit and water and you will have some time to relax and enjoy the waterfalls and natural slide before you return to base.Vista Los Suenos has some of the best kept horses and views in the area. You will discover nature at its best in a private, exclusive 80-acre property, where you will also enjoy your own waterfall. 

Please note:  Horseback riding is not a suitable activity for guests with limited mobility.

price $139
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Puerto Caldera, Costa Rica



5 HRS

Moderate

dining

culture

sightseeing
Puerto Caldera: Espiratu Santo Coffee Tour & Oxcart Factory & Transfer to Airport
This tour represents the most remarkable and pure coffee and oxcart tradition and history in Costa Rica. The tradition of the oxcarts is linked to the coffee production and harvest in the early years of the country. Despite modern means of production and transit, oxcarts are still symbols of prosperity and wealth.  You will travel by bus to Espiritu Santo Coffee plantation. The property is surrounded by 640 acres of a prime coffee plantation, where the secrets of a real good cup of coffee are carefully held. From the plantation entrance, your tour guide will explain how organic coffee is grown, harvested, and processed to produce some of the world’s finest coffee beans.  You will learn about Costa Rican history and have the opportunity to taste a freshly roasted cup of coffee.  After this visit you will travel to the town of Sarchi, known as the Cradle of Costa Rican Artisans because of its fine workshops. Here you will have time to observe the work of the local artisans as they create their famous oxcarts. You will be able to shop for souvenirs to take home, as well as enjoy a delicious typical Costa Rican lunch. Then you will be transferred to the airport.

Please note:  Travel will be along winding roads. Earliest flight departure should be 5 p.m. to allow for the 3-hour check-in required for international flights.


price $149
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5 HRS

Moderate

dining

culture

sightseeing

essentials
Puerto Caldera: Espiratu Santo Coffee Tour & Oxcart Factory & Transfer to Windstar Hotel
This tour represents the most remarkable and pure coffee and oxcart tradition and history in Costa Rica. The tradition of the oxcarts is linked to the coffee production and harvest in the early years of the country. Despite modern means of production and transit, oxcarts are still symbols of prosperity and wealth.  You will travel by bus to Espiritu Santo Coffee plantation. The property is surrounded by 640 acres of a prime coffee plantation, where the secrets of a real good cup of coffee are carefully held. From the plantation entrance, your tour guide will explain how organic coffee is grown, harvested, and processed to produce some of the world’s finest coffee beans.  You will learn about Costa Rican history and have the opportunity to taste a freshly roasted cup of coffee.  After this visit you will travel to the town of Sarchi, known as the Cradle of Costa Rican Artisans because of its fine workshops. Here you will have time to observe the work of the local artisans as they create their famous oxcarts. You will be able to shop for souvenirs to take home, as well as enjoy a delicious typical Costa Rican lunch. Then you will be transferred to your Windstar Hotel.

Please note:  Travel will be along winding roads. 


price $149
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4 HRS

Moderate

culture

sightseeing

essentials
Puerto Caldera: San Jose City Tour with Transfer to Airport
Arriving to San Jose, the capital and largest city in Costa Rica, San Jose has a lot to offer its visitors that hail from around the world. It is a contrasted city with exhilarating expressions of history, traditions, art and architecture. The tour will begin with an initial orientation and drive through the beautiful Sabana Park. Next, you will take a walking tour through the historic National Theater. Completed in 1897, the theater is a masterpiece in art and architecture. Afterwards, you will visit one of the many unique museums of Costa Rica, The Pre-Columbian Gold Museum which has an extraordinary collection of gold objects that reflect the world view, social structure, and gold-working techniques of the Pre-Columbian peoples of Costa Rica. The exhibition showcases the use and function of the pieces, the technology of their fabrication, and their relationship to the natural world and the daily life of these societies. The collection consists of 1,600 pieces of Pre-Columbian gold work that date from 500 A.D. to 1500 A.D. After this extraordinary museum tour, you will continue heading to the National Museum, Atlantic Ferrocarril Station. Rail transport in Costa Rica is under the ownership of Instituto Costarricense de Ferrocarriles (INCOFER). The Estación al Atlántico (Atlantic Station) today serves as the San José hub for the commuter train to Heredia and Cartago provinces. 

Please note:  Travel will be along winding roads. Earliest flight time is 5 p.m. to allow for 3-hour check-in required for international flights.


price $139
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4 HRS

Moderate

culture

sightseeing

essentials
Puerto Caldera: San Jose City Tour with Transfer to Windstar Hotel
Arriving to San Jose, the capital and largest city in Costa Rica, San Jose has a lot to offer its visitors that hail from around the world. It is a contrasted city with exhilarating expressions of history, traditions, art and architecture. The tour will begin with an initial orientation and drive through the beautiful Sabana Park. Next, you will take a walking tour through the historic National Theater. Completed in 1897, the theater is a masterpiece in art and architecture. Afterwards, you will visit one of the many unique museums of Costa Rica, The Pre-Columbian Gold Museum which has an extraordinary collection of gold objects that reflect the world view, social structure, and gold-working techniques of the Pre-Columbian peoples of Costa Rica. The exhibition showcases the use and function of the pieces, the technology of their fabrication, and their relationship to the natural world and the daily life of these societies. The collection consists of 1,600 pieces of Pre-Columbian gold work that date from 500 A.D. to 1500 A.D. After this extraordinary museum tour, you will continue heading to the National Museum, Atlantic Ferrocarril Station. Rail transport in Costa Rica is under the ownership of Instituto Costarricense de Ferrocarriles (INCOFER). The Estación al Atlántico (Atlantic Station) today serves as the San José hub for the commuter train to Heredia and Cartago provinces. You will be transferred to your Windstar Hotel.

Please note:  Travel will be along winding roads. 


price $139
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Quepos, Costa Rica



5 HRS

Strenuous

watersports

outdoors

dining

culture

concierge
Quepos, Concierge Collection: Santa Juana Rural Mountain Adventure
Experience a unique piece of Costa Rican rural heritage just about an hour from Quepos on a scenic country drive by van. This guided nature, conservation, and cultural expedition takes you along the lush, jungle-shrouded slopes of the nearby Fila Chonta Mountains to the farm village of Santa Juana. You will enjoy exploring along the 1.5-mile user-friendly nature trail as your guide will share knowledge of this pristine sanctuary of flora and fauna where both the Rodeo and Paquita Rivers are born. You will continue to where you can swim beneath the pristine waterfalls that feed the Rodeo River.  You will have free time to fish for tilapia or explore the tropical gardens and waterfalls. You will visit the tiny farm village of Santa Juana, overlooking the panoramic coastline of the Pacific Ocean as you enjoy an authentic Campesino (country) lunch in a typical village rancho, co-hosted by members of the local community.   

Please note: This tour is not wheelchair accessible. The road is bumpy and winding and there are stairs involved. This tour includes a light breakfast and a buffet lunch.  There is an option for swimming so wear your bathing suit under your clothes. 


price $159
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5.45 HRS

Moderately
easy

hiking

dining

wildlife

sightseeing

concierge
Quepos: Concierge Collection: Rainforest Extravaganza
Travel through the beautiful countryside to Esquipulas Rainforest, a lovely private nature reserve located 50 minutes away from Quepos. The property is refreshed with crystal-water creeks, and surrounded by giant trees that you can only find in tropical jungles, a land with an amazing number of species of birds and butterflies. Your naturalist guide will lead you through the trails of the rainforest, sharing the guide’s vast knowledge of this fragile ecosystem. Enjoy the tranquility of this beautiful place, while you walk on easy trails. Search with your binoculars and discover between branches and leaves the secrets of the wildlife in this amazing forest. Be ready with your senses to hear the songs of the different species of birds and even see them! Be on the lookout for toucans, hummingbirds, and animals like monkeys and other small mammals. After this unforgettable encounter with nature, learn more about Costa Rica followed by an introduction to one of the most important crops in the local economy, coffee. You will observe the process of roasting it and partake in a tasting session. To get the best of your day in Quepos enjoy a hearty traditional Costa Rican casado lunch.

Please note: Bring suntan lotion, sunglasses, camera, binoculars, hat/ visor, and bug spray. Wear light clothing, long pants, and hiking shoes.
Please note: Bring suntan lotion, sunglasses, camera, binoculars, a hat/visor, and insect repellent. Wear light clothing, long pants and hiking shoes. Part of the fun of this experience is the interaction with a colorful local nature guide. As an example, the following in an abbreviated biography of one of our participating guides. Rudy Guzman has always had a passion for nature from his days as a boy scout. For over 40 years he has been a licenses nature tour guide traveling through many Costa Rican environments. With the help of 3 brothers, Norberto , Carlos and Cristian Bonilla, they created The  Esquipulas Rainforest Project to introduce visitors  to Costa Rican natural history and share great tasting coffee.


price $159
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4 HRS

Easy

wildlife

refreshments

culture

sightseeing
Quepos: Highlights & Wildlife Rescue Center
This tour will start when you board a coaster bus for a ride through downtown Quepos. Along the way your local guide will explain the history and culture of Costa Rica and show you the area built-up by the United Fruit Company within the “American Zone”. Your various stops in town include the Quepos Church, the local Fish Market and an African Palm Plantation, where you will learn about the importance of this plant in the Quepos area. Your next stop will be Kids Saving the Rainforest Wildlife Sanctuary, an institution that was founded in 1999 for the purpose of educating people around the world about the ecological importance of the rainforest and to set-up programs to preserve the rainforest and its wildlife. Your visit will include a guided walk through the Wildlife Sanctuary where you will learn about the rescued animal program and see a few of the rescued animals. After your guided tour enjoy delicious Costa Rican fruits and free time to visit the Kids Saving the Rainforest souvenir shop before you make your way back to the Quepos pier and your waiting yacht. 

Please note:  The wildlife sanctuary is easy to navigate but due to a few steps and uneven terrain this will be difficult for guests using a wheelchair. 


price $145
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3.5 HRS

Easy

wildlife

refreshments

boating

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Quepos: Mangrove Wildlife & Boat Cruise
A boat ride through the mangroves is like visiting another world.  The species of trees that grow in the mixed waters of the ocean and the river make a unique and very fragile ecosystem.  Most of these trees grow along the estuary, developing an aerial root system. As the tide goes down the roots become suspended in the air creating a perfect home for crabs and caimans. In the upper part of the forest you will see monkeys and a great variety of birds including herons, egrets, and spoonbills. The launch will take you to a private property for refreshments as your naturalist tour guide gives you more information about this amazing ecosystem. Your shaded boat will then take you deep into the mangroves, where you will try to spot all the incredible wildlife making their home there.  After a 2- hour boat ride you will arrive at the village where transportation will be waiting to drive you back to the ship.  An optional drop off in Quepos is also available, where you will find several restaurants and shops.

Please note: Wear light clothing, good walking shoes, a hat, sunscreen, and insect repellent.  

price $99
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4.5 HRS

Moderate to
strenuous

outdoors

wildlife

refreshments

walking

beach
Quepos: Manuel Antonio National Park Nature Walk
Manuel Antonio National Park is the jewel of Costa Rica's large number of national parks. Its fragile rainforest ecosystem shelters a variety of wildlife including mammals and tropical birds. The dense rainforest opens into small trails where your naturalist tour guide will acquaint you with all the information regarding the transitional forest.  Another great attraction is the white-sand beach that meets the jungle. The park protects 683 hectares of tropical rainforest and over 1,000 different species of flora.  This walk is by far one of the best in the Central Pacific, and a great opportunity to get closer to the forest. The trail followed will be a moderate walk with paths made out of gravel, dirt, and sand. There are also exposed roots that you need to manage. After a 20-minute drive your 1.5-hour guided walk will lead you to the beach where you will have time for sunbathing or swimming. At the end of this walk your naturalist tour guide will prepare a tropical fruit buffet to regain your energy and then you will head back to Quepos where an optional drop off in the town of Quepos will be available.

Please note:  The walking is moderate with some uphill climbs.  It is recommended to wear light clothing, good walking shoes/hiking boots, a hat, sunscreen,  water, and insect repellent.  Wear a bathing suit under your clothes and bring a towel if you want to sunbathe at the beach.  Wildlife sightings are not guaranteed. Remain hydrated as the temperature is usually humid and hot. Manuel Antonio Park is considered one of most visited National Parks in Costa Rica.  Please expect congestion in the park and long lines at the park’s only entrance. The early start will help reduce wait time and increase chances to view wildlife.




price $109
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5.75 HRS

Moderate to
strenuous

horseback

dining

wildlife

essentials
Quepos: Rainforest Horseback, Cascades & BBQ
This is an excursion for adrenaline lovers. You will be picked up at La Marina and go to the property where you will start your horseback riding tour. During the 30-minute drive to Londres - where the tour starts - your guide will give you an interesting briefing about the history of Quepos. Once you reach Londres you will set foot on a picturesque property that has bathrooms, stables, a corral and an open air waiting area. You will receive riding instructions, safety tips and practice time, before heading out to explore the rainforest. This tour will allow you to uncover the exotic secrets that lie within this secondary rainforest. The maximum altitude of this area is 1,900 feet. You will ride through the mountains without reaching the mountain top. Your horse ride lasts about 2.5 hours (round trip) and it will be highlighted by amazing valley views, verdant vegetation and numerous wildlife species such as birds and reptiles. At the end of the trail there is a beautiful waterfall where you will be able to rest for about 30 minutes. You can lie on the grass or take a swim or both! After the break, you will return by the same trail. Back to the stables; enjoy a refreshing beer and Costa Rican-style BBQ, just as a real cowboy would do! 

Please note:  Children riding alone must be at least 6 years old. Maximum weight for riders is 222 pounds.  Bring suntan lotion, sunglasses, a camera, a hat/ visor, insect repellent and bathing suit. Wear long pants and comfortable hiking shoes. Signed waiver is required. 


price $119
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5 HRS

Strenuous

watersports

outdoors

wildlife

refreshments

essentials
Quepos: Savegre River Floating Class I & II
You will depart from Quepos on a 1-1/2 hour transfer by air-conditioned motor coach to the rural town of El Silencio passing by palm, teak, and melina plantations. After a short stop where you can often spot toucans and macaws, you will continue toward the town of Santo Domingo, where a group of qualified bilingual guides are waiting for you to start this 2-hour class I & II amazing river float. They will give you an orientation on the river and its natural environment, considered one of the cleanest rivers of Central America.  The scenery and wildlife along the Rio Savegre will give you an opportunity to enjoy beautiful landscapes, including some native African oil palm plantations, white ibis, cormorants, egrets, lizards,and herons.

Please note:  Wear light clothing, water shoes or rubber soled shoes, sunscreen, and insect repellent.  Bring a change of clothing and a towel as you will get wet.  Protection for your camera highly recommended.  Guests may be asked to paddle.  No alcohol will be allowed on this tour.  Guest must read, fill out and sign a waiver prior to departure of this tour. Wildlife sightings are not guaranteed. 


price $119
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6 HRS

Strenuous

outdoors

wildlife

boating

essentials
Quepos: Sport Fishing - Blue Fin II
For those who love to fish, Quepos is an excellent option.  Unlike Northern Costa Rica, Quepos is protected from the winter winds and is considered one of the top fishing destinations in the world. After approximately 45 minutes of sailing to the southwest (20-25 miles off shore) your boat will arrive at the deep sea area known for catching sailfish, marlin, tuna, and mahi-mahi.  For the best and easiest fishing the bait that will be used is either moli or balihu. Blue Fin II is a 28-foot custom sportfisher, with a 315 HP inboard Cummins engine, tower with full controls, IGFA Tackle, Penn International Reels, LEE Fighting Chair, cabin with a bed, and a marine toilet, manned by a captain and first mate with many years of experience in fly fishing, and catch & release.

Please note:  The price for this tour is per boat. This tour requires lots of activity and arm strength and is only recommended for those in good physical condition. Wear fishing attire, a hat, and sunscreen.  Fishing licenses are included and arranged on board and upon arrival. The retail price is per vessel for up to a maximum of five guests on a chartered vessel and not per guest. It may be possible to charter for a larger group on board. Fishing is catch and release.  Charters include soft drinks, fruit, water, ice, beer, tackle, and all equipment.

price $1499
No longer available online. Please contact Vacation Planning at 1-800-258-7245 to inquire about waitlisted space.


4 HRS

Strenuous

outdoors

refreshments

beach

watersports

essentials
Quepos: Surf Lessons on Manuel Antonio Beach
Costa Rica occupies a privileged spot in the heart of the Americas. While its territory of 19,652 square miles touches both the Caribbean Sea and the Pacific Ocean, the country is surprisingly accessible - one can travel from coast to coast in just 4 hours by car and a large number of visitors come to Costa Rica to enjoy surfing because it offers different type of waves for beginners or for experts and most importantly because the ocean temperature is always warm and tropical. You will be picked up at the marina for the 30-minute ride to Manuel Antonio Beach.  You will be given a safety speech and a surfboard for 2 hours of surf lessons followed by tropical fruits snacks. You’ll be amazed by the waves in one of the most beautiful and best surfing spots on the Pacific Coast of Costa Rica - perfect for beginners.

Please note: Wear your swimsuit. Bring sunblock, waterproof camera, towel, and extra dry clothes. This tour is not wheelchair accessible. 


price $129
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3.5 HRS

Strenuous

outdoors

wildlife

refreshments

essentials
Quepos: Titi Canopy Tour
Imagine yourself soaring high above the jungle floor as you fly through tree tops, amid some of the most beautiful flora and fauna in the Costa Rican rainforest! This canopy tour is an exciting adventure that can be enjoyed by people of all ages. You will fly for a mile over the jungle canopy suspended on solid steel cables attached to a personal, high-tech, lightweight harness.  During your journey you'll stop and rest at 16 strategically located platforms and 12 cables where you are most likely see the surrounding wildlife. Many of these platforms are almost 100 feet high, nestled in the trunks and branches of trees that are centuries old. The staff of professionally trained guides will help you look for the abundant wildlife along the way; including Titi monkeys, two- and three-toed sloths, poison dart frogs, iguanas, and toucans. The exhilaration of a zip line is unlike anything you have ever experienced.

Please note:  This tour is not recommended for pregnant women or guests who are afraid of heights. Wildlife sightings are not guaranteed. A waiver must be signed prior to the tour.  An optional drop off in Quepos is available, where you will find several restaurants and shops.


price $125
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5 HRS

Easy

dining

culture
Quepos: Traditional Culinary Experience
Experience a fun and informative tour of local cuisine, learn where the organic ingredients come from, how dishes are prepared, and how to recreate recipes at home.  Your first stop will be at the local farmers’ market in Quepos, where you will have the opportunity to browse the stands and pick some of the ingredients for your lunch with the guide’s assistance and depending on the menu designed for you. Once in the small town of Londres, at a private ranch and dining area, you will be greeted by the team. They will proceed to guide you through the garden to pick out some finishing flavors, colors and textures for your meal. Now, to the preparation guided by their expert local cooks. Participate in the kitchen and experience the process of making corn tortillas by hand, exotic “ceviches” with plantain, rice cooked the old-fashioned way, chicken in a hearty tomato sauce, “picadillos” and more. Once you sit down for your meal, not only will your appetite be satiated but also your curiosity for Costa Rican local flavors. Let your imagination soar on how to recreate at home with your own seasonal ingredients. There will be leisure time available for you to explore the ranch.

Please note: Wear light comfortable clothing.


price $159
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Puerto Jimenez (Golfo Dulce), Costa Rica



4 HRS

Moderate

wildlife

outdoors

walking

refreshments

essentials
Golfo Dulce, At Peace with Nature
Costa Rica enjoys 5% of the world`s biodiversity and one of the major reasons is the large number of avian species, making this country one of the most amazing places for ornithologists and birds lovers. If you want to be part of this spectacle of nature you have to visit Matapalo, located on the southern Pacific coast of Costa Rica. The 30-minute drive from Puerto Jimenez to Matapalo travels through the mountain and creeks, you will see many different species of birds like toucans, hawks, trogons as well as other small, colorful species that live in the area. You may also find lizards, monkeys, insects and even snakes. 

Please note: Wear comfortable shoes, a hat or visor, sunscreen, insect repellent and bring a rain poncho, swimsuit and towel if you want to swim or get wet in the river. Wet landing is required please wear water shoes. Part of the fun of this experience is the interaction with a colorful local nature guide.  As an example, the following is an abbreviated biography of one of our participating guides, Randall Alberto Ruiz Arce, who has been a nature guide for 27 years. Growing up on the Osa Peninsula, Randall saw how the mining companies devastated the mountains and he decided he wanted to become a protector of the environment. He enjoys teaching about the natural beauty  and ways to protect the natural resources and Randall feels it is a privilege to share his knowledge of ecotourism to be a protector of the flora and fauna.


price $249
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4.5 HRS

Strenuous

dining

beach

concierge
Golfo Dulce, Concierge Collection: Yoga Class and Local Flavors Lunch
This tour will begin when you are picked up in Puerto Jimenez, for a scenic route driving deeper in the Osa’s beautiful rainforest. Along the way, your driver may stop if there are animal sightings. Upon your arrival at Blue Osa, you will be able to take a walk on the private beach or relax by the chlorine-free pool. You will experience the best yoga on the Osa Peninsula at Blue Osa Yoga Retreat. This tour will include a 1-hour yoga class in a world renowned yoga studio with a view that overlooks the Golfo Dulce.  After yoga, you will enjoy a mouthwatering meal from the kitchen of the retreat as they are devoted to serving the freshest ingredients possible that are delivered daily to the kitchen from their own farm. Your lunch with consist of ingredients that are sourced and picked from their garden each morning. 

Please note: Bring your beach towel, bathing suit, comfortable clothing for a yoga class, sunscreen, cash for drinks and other miscellaneous items. The Yoga Classes are geared for beginners to intermediates. wet landing is required, please wear water shoes.


price $169
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4 HRS

Moderate

outdoors

wildlife

refreshments

walking
Golfo Dulce: Chocolate Farm - A Sweet Experience
Experience the interesting cacao manufacturing process by visiting a traditional cacao plantation at Kobo Farm. Board your minivan for the 25-minute drive to this untouched and mystical area, where you will see the cacao forest, the flowers, and fruit. The history and culture of this tropical crop reaches back to the Mayas. You will learn about the origin of the cacao tree, the history, the first contact with Europeans, and the principal disease called monilia. You will take a guided walk where you will see different species of cacao fruit, take a break in this beautiful spot and taste fresh fruit from the "chocolate tree."   You will be shown the various steps of making good chocolate and have the opportunity to taste a wonderful chocolate fondue with fresh fruit and homemade banana bread from the farm in the middle of a tropical garden.

Please note:  Wear comfortable walking shoes as you will be walking over both paved and dirt paths. Bring your hat, sunscreen, insect repellent and sunglasses. This is a wet landing so bring your sandals too. 


price $139
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4 HRS

Easy

wildlife

beach

boating

refreshments

essentials
Golfo Dulce: Dolphin Watch & Enchanted Beach
Costa Rica’s warm seas are home to one of the most biologically diverse marine habitats in the world. The best place to observe these magnificent mammals is in the waters off the Osa Peninsula. You will board your boat and head for a place known by ¨National Geographic to be “the most biologically intense area on earth.” A place where large groups of dolphins swim in clear blue tropical waters putting on an amazing show!  As you cruise around the bay your tour will be enhanced by the informative commentary provided by a trained naturalist guide. You will learn about the biology, behavior and habits of the wildlife you will spot. You will have amazing photo opportunities and if weather permits you will have free time to swim in the serene waters of Punta Encanto (Enchanted Beach).  

Please note: This tour is not recommended for those with limited mobility or back problems as it involves an optional nature walk over a gravel surface and the boat ride might get bumpy.

price $159
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3.5 HRS

Strenuous

watersports

wildlife

refreshments

beach
Golfo Dulce: Oceans & Canals Kayaking
Go across Golfo Dulce where life goes at a slow pace and through the humid mangroves with the squeaking sounds of the unique scarlet macaws that mingle in this area, the most common birds. Your kayak guides will be waiting with your kayaks and paddles ready for you to begin this fun experience! Paddle up the mangrove estuary with the rising tide until you can go no further and return with the falling tide, dragging your kayak across the sand spit and into the Golfo Dulce to cruise the shoreline, stopping to swim at the best beach.  Pods of bottle-nosed porpoises return daily along this coast on their way to the open Pacific, affording a great chance to view them.  

Please note: This tour is operated at high tide only. A waiver is required and there is a weight restriction of 235 lbs. Wear light clothes, hat or visor, sunscreen, and sun glasses. Wear your bathing suit under your clothes for those who want to swim at the beach and bring a towel.


price $119
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Isla Parida, Panama



3.5 HRS

Moderate

wildlife

boating

watersports

essentials
Isla Parida, Chiriqui Gulf Fishing Tour
Here is a sport fishing opportunity with an English-speaking Captain and First Mate to the famed Panama Marlin fishing hotspots at Hannibal Bank, Isla Montuosa, and the 100-fathom line that runs along the southern edge of the Gulf of Chiriquí. These locations consistently tend to be the best areas to find Black and Blue Marlin. The underwater bathometry (or bottom structure) at these offshore spots rises up from thousands of feet and provides cover and slack current that baitfish like to congregate near. These baitfish are the staple food of these big Pelagics. And, when there is food around…chances are that the Marlin will be too! Although Black Marlin are caught every month of the year, the best time for Marlin here tends to be November through February and July through September. November through March you will see the most quantity of Marlin while Panama Marlin fishing. Black Marlin, Blue Marlin, (the occasional Striped Marlin), and also Pacific Sailfish are found in numbers these months around the bait concentrations at Hannibal Bank and Isla Montuosa. July through September, the beginning of the “wet season”, tend to be great months for BIG Black Marlin. We see many these months at the “high spots” around Hannibal Bank and Isla Montuosa as it is believed to be the time when the big females come around to spawn. Also a good time to fish…as there is less boat traffic offshore this time of year.

Please note:  Wear light clothing and comfortable shoes. Bring your swimsuit, towel, hat, sunglasses, sunscreen, camera, and insect repellent.


price $499
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2.5 HRS

Moderate to
strenuous

hiking

sightseeing

wildlife

essentials
Isla Parida, Hiking on Parida Island
The rainforest is filled with over 1,000 teak, mahogany, eucalyptus, and many of other trees, plants and fauna. Your hike will approximately and 1 ½ hours in significant to extreme heat and humidity and the level of difficulty is moderate to strenuous.  You will disembark your ship and take tenders to the beach where you will be met by certified bilingual guides. Isla Parida represents one of the world’s few remaining “undiscovered” places. Adventure off the beaten path to explore the wondrous ecology of the island, from beautiful flowers and rare vegetation to iguanas and rare birds. Along the way you’ll enjoy a viewpoint stop to see neighboring islands. 

Please note:  Wear comfortable walking shoes, and shorts or long pants, a t-shirt or light shirt, your swimsuit, towel, and a hat. Bring insect repellent, your sunglasses, and your camera. You will be provided with water. Also it is recommended to bring additional clothes to change after the walk experience. Please do not bring valuable items to this tour.


price $55
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3.5 HRS

Moderate

boating

sightseeing

snorkeling

essentials
Isla Parida, Island Hopping with Snorkel
Isla Parida is surrounded by the Chiriqui National Marine Park — and this means there are dozens of untouched islands. Set sail into open waters for the chance to explore the Gulf of Chiriqui’s stunning islets on an island hopping adventure. Picture iconic crescent moon beaches, soaring palm trees, white- sand beaches, coral reefs, and gentle waters that are perfect for snorkeling.

Please note: Wear light clothing and comfortable shoes. Bring your swimsuit, towel, hat, sunglasses, sunscreen, camera and insect repellent.


price $99
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Balboa / Fuerte Amador, Panama



4 HRS

Moderate

sightseeing

culture

dining

unesco

concierge
Balboa, Concierge Collection: Coffee & Chocolate Foodie Experience
 At Casco Viejo, UNESCO World Heritage-listed site, dating back to the 1670s, enjoy an evening walking “foodie” experience, starting at Bajareque Coffee House where you will learn all about the famous Geisha coffee, produced in the highest area of the country in the steep hills of one of the highest volcanoes in Central America, the Baru Volcano.  You will taste different samples of different coffee processes, and learn about the several tasting notes that each process develops on the fruit. Chocolate is a work of art at Tropical Chocolate, where you will learn about the elaboration process through a live presentation with an expert chocolatier, sample 5 different types of exquisite bombones con chocolate.  Continue through the narrow streets of Casco Viejo to “Pedro Mandinga.” The first craft distillery in Panama, their brand is inspired by Pedro Mandinga, a Panamanian, sociable, charismatic and full of character. Their rums are distilled from scratch from sugar cane cut by hand in a small farm in Chiriqui. The rum tasting will be accompanied by “ceviche” fish cooked in lemon seasoned with salt, onion, cilantro and the famous “aji chombo” to spice it up a little.  After the rum and ceviche tasting you will also sample 2 local Panamanian “picadas”: Pulled Pork Tostones with pickled onions and Sweet Corn Torrejitas (made with fresh cheese) followed by a rum dessert, Pedro Mandinga rum coconut flan. 

Please note:   Rum cocktails and a variety of beverages will be available to purchase.


price $199
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5 HRS

Moderate

dining

culture

concierge
Balboa, Concierge Collection: Hands on Local Culinary Experience
Participate in a Gastronomical Experience like no other in Panama! During this excursion, you will enjoy the traditional flavors of Panama while learning all about it through a live show and a guided presentation. Your 30-minute motor coach ride will take you to the kitchen where the Chef and his sous-chef will prepare and explain several different recipes of the Panamanian Cuisine, while you can take notes and taste each one of them. Beverages will be served during the activity and afterwards you will enjoy a buffet lunch to now taste what was learned!

Please note: Wear light clothing and comfortable shoes. Bring your camera.  Part of the fun of this experience is the interaction with a colorful local chef.  As an example, the following is an abbreviated biography of one of our participating chefs: Chef Maga is Venezuelan chef leaving in Panama for the last 6 7 years. He is a fan of developing comfort food with the freshest ingredients available in the market together with a fine dining training and background. Tour takes place at “La Mesa” venue where guests can cook and enjoy their own creations while listening good music in this gastronomic playground. Hands on cooking demonstration lasts approximately 40 minutes.

Sample menu for the cooking demonstration:
- Panamanian Fresh market ceviche.
-  Panamanian seafood cocktail with coconut sauce / Vegetarian option available.
- Thin and crispy fried plantains (“Patacones”).
- Roasted seasonal vegetables in a plantain or yucca flat bread (gluten free and vegan).
- After the cooking demonstration is finished, few more dishes are going to be present for you to enjoy.
** Keep in mind that menu can change every call and the Chef will vary the options, however this is a sample menu so guests can understand the general idea
 
 

price $159
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4.5 HRS

Moderate

outdoors

wildlife

sightseeing
Balboa, Gamboa Aerial Tram
In the midst of the 55,000-acre Soberania National Park, the Aerial Tram allows you to discover the secrets of the upper forest canopy deep within nature.  Board your motor coach for the 45-minute ride to the park.  The Tram will take you from the shadowy forest floor through the understory and into the sun-drenched canopy. Take in a birds-eye-view of a thousand hues of green, interspersed with the fluorescent exclamation points of flowering trees. You’ll even be able to see the Panama Canal from the Observation Platform.  Stop at the frog exhibit and proceed to the butterfly & orchid exhibitions to see and hear creatures in a natural setting. 

Please note:   Wear light clothing and comfortable shoes. Bring sunscreen, camera and insect repellent. Maximum weight to participate on this tour is 250 lbs.

price $119
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4 HRS

Moderate

outdoors

wildlife

boating
Balboa, Monkey Watch
This is a nature adventure of sight and sound, combined with the thrill of speeding through the Panama Canal next to the mighty ships transiting this man-made wonder! You will have a 45-minute drive to the speed boat. After an exhilarating 30-minute ride at high speed right through the heart of the Panama Canal, the boat will slow down and enter the labyrinth of jungle-covered islands of Lake Gatun. In this protected area the wildlife is plentiful, and you are likely to encounter capuchin monkeys, 3-toed sloths, howler monkeys, various kinds of toucans and other bird life as well as caimans, crocodiles, turtles and a wealth of butterflies. This is an exceptional place to experience the sights and sounds of the jungle up close.  The trained naturalist guides will ensure that you have an outstanding nature experience by identifying the wildlife as well as educating you about the area on this exceptional jungle and canal adventure.

Please note:  Wildlife sightings are not guaranteed. This tour is not recommended for those with mobility issues. Wear light clothing and comfortable walking shoes. Bring sunscreen, camera and insect repellent.


price $119
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8 HRS

Moderately
easy

culture

dining

sightseeing

essentials
Balboa, Panama Canal: The Past & Future with IMAX Experience
Considered the 8th wonder of the world, the Panama Canal consists of a series of locks. The focus of this tour is designed to showcase the Miraflores Locks on the Pacific and to get an up close look at recent expansion. After boarding your motor coach for the 45-minute drive, you’ll make your way to the Miraflores Locks Visitors Center. In here take the opportunity to pause and view the gargantuan ships that make their way through the Panama Canal Museum and visit the four exhibition halls, organized by themes that constitute the heart of this center. Next, you will head to the nearby IMAX Theater to enjoy an informational, rich canal documentary narrated by Morgan Freeman. A small popcorn is included. After observing this amazing feat, you’ll travel to the New Panama Canal Locks (Agua Clara Visitor Center) where you’ll see the addition of a new traffic lane. This new lane created two new sets of locks, one on the Pacific and one on the Atlantic, which doubles the canal’s capacity and allows longer and wider vessels to transit.  Also included, lunch at Gatun Restaurant, located in the Agua Clara Visitor Center where you can taste the local flavors. At the end of your tour, you’ll return to port.

Please note:   Wear light clothing and comfortable shoes. Bring sunscreen, camera and insect repellent.


price $179
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4 HRS

Moderate to
strenuous

culture

walking

sightseeing

unesco

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Balboa, Panama City & Miraflores Locks
Your English speaking guide will pick you up and take you on a tour of Panama City and the Miraflores Locks. You will start the tour with a 30-minute drive to Miraflores to see the huge vessels passing through the Panama Canal. You will be able to see many ships getting lifted or lowered as you enjoy the view from a sheltered terrace and listen to the explanations of your guide. You will visit the Museum and Visitor Center at Miraflores which will give you a good lesson on the construction of the Canal – a masterpiece of engineering. You will also learn about the history of the canal and its significance for Panama and the entire world trade as well as on the current expansion project. You will continue with your guide to the Amador Causeway, a road that connects three Islands in the Pacific Ocean and offers magnificent views of the Canal on one side and of the skyline of Panama City on the other side. The tour will continue to Casco Viejo, Panama City’s colonial quarter. At Casco Viejo you will take a trip back in time as you admire the lovely colonial houses, the narrow roads and the impressive churches. You will get a good idea about Panama’s history by driving or walking through the main attractions of this quarter. 

Please note:   Wear comfortable shoes, bring your camera, sunscreen, and water. Vessel transit viewing at Miraflores Locks is likely but not guaranteed as transit times are variable and not made public. The order of sites visited may vary. 


price $109
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7 HRS

Moderate

culture

dining

unesco

walking

sightseeing
Balboa, Panama Treasures - Archaeological, Colonial & Modern Sides of the City
Begin your journey into Panama’s Pre-Colombian history on this unique excursion.   You will board your motor coach for a 30-minute drive to the oldest city in Panama, a place that has become known as Panama Viejo, or "Old Panama," a UNESCO World Heritage Site.   On your 60-minute walking tour you can relax and take in the sights and sounds at this archaeological site and historic location while walking through different monuments. Your guide will tell the history behind the structures and lead you to the Old Panama Visitor's Center.  You will board your coach and drive to the Panama Reprosa Museum & Factory, where Panama's ancient civilizations, cultural traditions, and natural treasures come to life in gold and silver. See how the Pre-Hispanic masterpieces are made by the same method as the ancient goldsmiths. Following a video presentation, walk a catwalk to a casting demonstration and try your hand at the sand blasting process, a highly recommended experience! Next, return to modern panama for a lunch of tapas, or “boquitas,” at a local hotel. Enjoy the views of the Panama City bay while enjoying a variety of these mini mouthful masterpieces.  Next, drive to the UNESCO site of Colonial Panama or Old Quarters, and start your walking tour to see the “Paseo Esteban Huertas,” Metropolitan Cathedral, National Theater, the Simon Bolivar Plaza and many other touristic attractions of the colonial period.   After this wonderful day and activity, you will board the motor coach for a transfer back to the port.

Please note:   Wear light clothing and comfortable shoes. Bring sunscreen, camera and insect repellent.


price $149
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Colón, Panama



4 HRS

Moderate

sightseeing

walking

essentials
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

essentials
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

essentials
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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price $129
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Cartagena, Colombia



3 HRS

Moderate

refreshments

walking

sightseeing
Cartagena, Colombian Coffee Experience
With this excursion you will fill your cup with the bold history of Cartagena and the rich goodness of pure Colombian Coffee. Your adventure will begin with a 15-minute motor coach ride to San Felipe Fortress, built in the 17th century. You will make a photo stop there before continuing on for a sightseeing tour of the Old City. You will visit a beautifully restored colonial house where you will get a good idea about colonial architecture and restoration. Then on to an experience to awaken the senses, touch, sight, taste, and smell and discover the amazing flavors of excellent Colombian Coffee.  You will have a introduction to Colombian Coffee, an overview of the coffee process, raw materials, quality assessments, smelling and tasting exercises, finishing with tasting 3 different coffees through alternative coffee rituals.  You will then have the opportunity for a walking tour along the narrow streets and squares of the walled city, followed by a panoramic sightseeing  tour of modern Cartagena and its bay.

Please note:  This tour is not wheelchair accessible.Please wear comfortable walking shoes.


price $119
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4 HRS

Moderate to
strenuous

sightseeing

unesco

essentials
Cartagena, Historical Getsemani and Old City Walking Tour
Depart from the port of Cartagena for the short drive to the famous Getsemaní district. This neighborhood represents a different side a Cartagena.  You will have time to explore this area which embodies the greatest cultural heritage of the city. From the colonial architecture and history, to the brightness of its streets and the colorful personality of its people, this populous sector of the city is a magical place that every visitor will appreciate. After your guided walk through the narrow streets of Getsemaní, you will arrive at a point to observe the Convent La Popa located at the highest point of Cartagena, San Felipe Fort, and San Sebastian del Pastelillo Port, where the tour guide will give all the historical information on these three highly relevant city monuments. After your walking tour around Getsemani, enjoy a refreshment drink at Chachara Restaurant. Your tour will bring you to the barracks of Bóvedas, former jail cells now converted to colorful handicraft stores and galleries.  This construction consists of 47 arches and 23 vaults, considered the last work of the period of the Colony. You will have time to browse and shop. Your tour will continue as you follow the wall and make a walk through the main streets and squares of this UNESCO World Heritage Site. After your free time for shopping or wondering around Cartagena's Open Air Museum, enjoy a panoramic tour before returning to the ship.

Please note:  This tour is not wheelchair accessible.  Please wear comfortable walking shoes, light clothing, sunscreen, sunglasses, a hat and bring your camera.


price $55
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3.5 HRS

Moderately
easy

culture

refreshments

walking

sightseeing
Cartagena, Romancing the Stone
You will board your motor coach for the 15-minute drive to San Felipe Fortress, the largest Spanish fort built in the 17th century.  You will have time to take photos before taking a sightseeing drive through the Old City, admiring the marvelous Republican architecture of the houses in the Manga residential area. You will be taken to the Emerald Museum – Bocagrande to learn about emeralds.You will go into an actual size replica of a mine tunnel and experience what mining is like as you watch the emerald-bearing veins. Then you will be taken to a special room for a lecture and a video on emeralds. You will learn how emeralds are extracted from the mines and brought to the different cutting and polishing centers. You will see the cutting and polishing machines and be shown step by step how each stone is cut and polished and you will have the opportunity to practice cutting a stone if you wish. Visit the jewelry making workshop and watch the process of fabricating sterling silver or 18k gold emerald jewelry before you visit the spacious and comfortable showroom. Then, enjoy a cocktail and have the opportunity to shop with an extra discount for you, before returning to the ship. On your way back to the ship you will have a sightseeing tour of modern Cartagena - Bocagrande, Laguito, Castillo Grande and the bay.

Please note:  This tour is not wheelchair accessible.  Please wear comfortable walking shoes.


price $49
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4 HRS

Moderate to
strenuous

sightseeing

wildlife

essentials
Cartagena, The National Aviary Tour
On an air conditioned bus, during this 40-minute ride to the wonderful island of Baru, the newest tourist development area in Colombia, you may sit back and enjoy the scenery of other areas of Cartagena, take a look to the growing industrial area and finally arrive to the National Aviary, one of the best aviaries in the world given its high number of species. Colombia is the country in the world holding the highest bird diversity, with more than 1,900 species and The National Aviary displays an important sample of this variety.  Once you arrive to the National Aviary, you may initiate your tour and explore the different bird observation stations arranged by habitat and species on your own such as:
• Tropical Forest, where you may find different kinds of Macaws, Harpy Eagles, Tangaras and other varieties of species as well as different kinds of palm trees, waterfalls and the Macaque Monkeys.
• Coastlines and Mangroves, the habitat of different kind of Ducks, Cormorants and Pelicans.
• Coastline, where you will be able to observe different kinds of Herons, Doves, Storks and the migrating Teals.
• Dessert Station an environment where different species such as the Cardinals, Mockingbirds and Partridges live
• Andean Region, in this station you may admire the Owls, Eagles and the famous Andean Condor, king of our mountains.
After this marvelous trip surrounded by birds, beautiful landscapes, palm trees and waterfalls you will have time for enjoying some beverages or drinking some delicious Colombian Coffee to later on get on your bus back to Cartagena and be ready to enjoy a wonderful short photo stop at the San Felipe Fort then a sightseeing of The Old City of Cartagena before returning to the ship.

Please note:  This tour is not wheelchair accessible.  Please wear comfortable walking shoes, light clothing, sunscreen, sunglasses, a hat and bring your camera.


price $79
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4 HRS

Moderate

culture

walking

sightseeing
Cartagena: Cartagena City Highlights
The magnificent city of Cartagena, once a preferred target for pirates and the treasure chest of the Spanish Main, is yours to explore as you embark an air-conditioned bus or mini-bus today. On tour, you will be accompanied by an English-speaking guide as you travel past marvelous Republican architecture. You will see the Manga residential area, where some of the aging mansions have been restored to their original splendor. Stop for a half hour to explore the Fort of San Felipe de Barajas, a 17th century construction acknowledged to be the most important work of Spanish Military engineering in Latin America. At Las Bovedas (the Dungeons), about 20 minutes is allowed for handicraft shopping and for rubbing elbows with the local artisans who proudly display their works for you. Pass through Simón Bolívar Square and the Inquisition Palace before continuing on to the Cathedral, also called The Minor Basilica, it was the first church built in the city in 1537. Next stop is the Church of San Pedro Claver—the patron saint of slaves. You will continue to the modern residential area of Bocagrande, famous for its wide variety of shops. Here, you will find Colombia’s famous native gem—the emerald—along with handicrafts and leather goods shops. You will have approximately 40 minutes to shop before returning to the ship.

Please note: Guests who remain in town for shopping will have to return to the ship on their own. 


price $59
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3 HRS

Moderately
easy

outdoors

sightseeing
Cartagena: Old City by Horse Carriage
Transfer by coach to Plaza Santa Teresa where your horse and carriage stand ready to transport you around Cartagena’s beautiful Old Town—back in time to the days of the conquistadors. You’ll ride along the inviting, narrow cobblestone streets and through squares inside the walled city, admiring the flower-filled balconies that glow in the light spilling from colonial mansions. Stop for 10 minutes to photograph the Fort of San Felipe de Barajas, a 17th century construction acknowledged to be the most important work of Spanish Military engineering in Latin America. Surrender to the majesty of this historic city, where age-old squares are surrounded by towering colonial, Republican and Spanish-style buildings—it’s easy to picture life 200 years ago in this wealthy and cosmopolitan city. Visit the former city dungeons at Las Bovedas, which have also been used as military barracks, a munitions depot and a jail, but today local artisans display their work there. You’ll have 15 – 20 minutes for shopping before returning to the ship.

Please note: Guests who wish to remain in town to shop can return to the ship on their own later in the day. 


price $65
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Santa Marta, Colombia



3.5 HRS

Moderate

sightseeing

culture

essentials
Santa Marta Highlights
This tour provides a glimpse of the third most important port and second tourist city of Colombia. You will board your motor coach to begin your tour.  You will visit The Gold Museum to admire the museum’s pre-Colombian artifact exhibit and a small, priceless, collection of Tayrona gold and pottery pieces. Then you will head to the first church in the city, the Church of Santa Ana, built in 1529 by Fray Thomas Ortiz, a Dominican friar. Your next stop will be at San Pedro de Alejandrino Villa. Dating back to the 17th century, San Pedro de Alejandrino had its origins as a country estate outside the city limits. In 1830, the great liberator Simon Bolivar used it as a refuge for his last days. The interior of the house has been restored and the extensive gardens have been returned to their former glory. Following the tour, re-board the coach and drive to the Santamar Hotel to enjoy a delightful display of Colombia’s history and culture during a folklore show featuring traditional songs and dances, soft drinks are included.

Please note: The terrain at the villa is uneven and there are steps to get up to the gold Museum. Wear comfortable walking shoes.


price $55
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4 HRS

Strenuous

sightseeing

wildlife

culture

walking
Santa Marta, EcoWalk in Tayrona National Park
Tayrona National Park is located on the Atlantic coast northeast of Santa Marta.  Home to numerous species of animals, birds, reptiles and vestiges of the Tayrona culture, the landscape is covered by lush vegetation and huge unique white rock formations.  You will board a bus for the 45-minute ride to Tayrona. Upon arriving at the park, you will take a nature trail walk along the 9-stone path to learn about the flora, fauna and Tayrona culture and you will view one of the stunning beaches.  Then you will head to the Mirador Eco-Habs Resort set in the beautiful tropical environment for refreshments.  Take time to visit "La Piscinita" (the little pool) beach, where you can go for a brief swim and rest or chat with the Tayrona Natives.  Small lizards and birds are common sightings. Enjoy a buffet lunch. After soaking in the pristine and serene natural beauty of the park, it’s time to head back to the ship.
 
Please note: Ecological walking at the park includes extended periods of walking and standing. Ecological walking is optional and guests can stay at the beach and/or park facilities if they choose.


price $85
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3.5 HRS

Moderate

walking

outdoors

essentials
Santa Marta, Quebrada Valencia Ecological Experience
You will board a bus for the 1-hour drive to Valencia Waterfall. This impressive cascade of crystalline water among rocks and crags, offers an unequaled spectacle making this place a must see.  The natural waterfall, descends from the Sierra Nevada, which is the tallest mountain bordering the sea in the world with perpetual snows, forming a series of natural pools that are suitable for enjoying a refreshing swim and observing a variety of fishes.   It is surrounded by a variety of exotic vegetation and fruits, such as cacao and plantain. Quebrada Valencia belongs to the countless ecological and tourist destinations that Santa Marta offers. You will take a 30-minute hike then you will have free time to get to know the area, dive into its waters and enjoy the beauty of the landscape.

Please note: Wear comfortable walking shoes.


price $69
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6 HRS

Strenuous

sightseeing

wildlife

culture

dining

walking
Santa Marta, Tayrona Park Adventure
Tayrona National Park is located on the Atlantic coast northeast of Santa Marta.  Home to numerous species of animals, birds, reptiles and vestiges of the Tayrona culture, the landscape is covered by lush vegetation and huge unique white rock formations.  You will board a bus for the 45-minute ride to Tayrona. Upon arriving at the park, you will take a nature trail walk along the 9-stone path to learn about the flora, fauna and Tayrona culture and you will view one of the stunning beaches.  Then you will head to the Mirador Eco-Habs Resort set in the beautiful tropical environment for refreshments.  Take time to visit "La Piscinita" (the little pool) beach, where you can go for a brief swim and rest or chat with the Tayrona Natives.  Small lizards and birds are common sightings.  Enjoy a buffet lunch. After soaking in the pristine and serene natural beauty of the park, it’s time to head back to the ship.
 
Please note: Ecological walking at the park includes extended periods of walking and standing. Ecological walking is optional and guests can stay at the beach and/or park facilities if they choose.
 

price $149
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5.5 HRS

Strenuous

sightseeing

culture

walking

essentials
Santa Marta, Tayronaka Indian Reserve
Spend the day exploring the Tayronaka Indian Reserve, taking in the natural environment, the biodiversity and learning about the Tayrona culture. Departing from the pier, you’ll have a scenic 1-hour drive Santa Marta through the "Troncal del Caribe." As you travel along this route, you’ll see beautiful landscapes and contrasts produced by the area’s diverse climate ranges. Upon arrival, you will take a pleasant 20-minute walk along an ecological path, during which you will start to appreciate the flora and fauna of the region. You will have the opportunity of walking through what used to be the stone paved city of Tayrona. You will see paths, aqueducts, stairs, terraces, and much more. You may even see a piece of a Tayrona vessel or remains of grinding stones whose wonderful rounded stones were created for a purpose that is still unknown.There were many items that this incredible culture manufactured during the hundreds of years that they dwelled on this mountain; and many of them remain. Due to its climate and fertile soil, the area cultivates colorful tropical flowers that are sold to international markets and which can be observed everywhere within the reserve. Today, it has also become a sanctuary for the archaeological treasures of the Tayrona culture which are more than 1,000 years old. The museum here showcases pieces of great value and also enlightens visitors on how the Tayronas lived and how they were remarkable goldsmiths, craftsmen, sailors and warriors. Following the guided portion of your tour, you will be free to explore further on your own, or perhaps take a swim in the river. There is a restaurant at the Reserve where guests may purchase lunch. After approximately 2 hours, you’ll walk with your guide back to your minibus and travel back to the ship.

Please note: This tour includes approximately 1.5 hours of easy to moderate walking that includes some steps and uneven and natural surfaces. The tour is not available to wheelchair guests or those with mobility concerns. The local operator has imposed a maximum age limit of 60 years of age. Light weight clothing; a swimsuit and towel for those who wish to swim, sun cap, sunglasses,; sunscreen, insect repellant, and flat, comfortable walking shoes with a non-slip sole are recommended. Those who take part in any water activities do so at their own risk and responsibility.


price $84
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Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic



4.5 HRS

Moderately
easy

culture

essentials
Santo Domingo, Barcelo Rum Tasting Tour
Enjoy a tour of an aging cellar and immerse yourself in the rich aroma of the reserves. You will get to know the processes of elaboration and packaging that are carried out in the factory daily. You will be enveloped in an atmosphere of discovery. Taste several types of rum and cocktails based on fruits and rum. In addition, you will have the opportunity to purchase products and a range of promotional items so you can take a delicious memory of the experience home with you.

Please note: Wear comfortable walking shoes, sunscreen and sunglasses. Bring money for souvenirs.


price $139
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6 HRS

Moderate

sightseeing

dining

refreshments

culture

essentials
Santo Domingo, Chocolate & Clay Tour
This tour will begin with a visit to one of the largest organic cocoa producers in the Caribbean, where the finest cocoa beans are processed. You’ll then see a group of chocolatiers roasting the beans, grinding them by hand and making chocolate for your enjoyment in the farm workshop. You will also see clay artisans at work creating beautiful artifacts from the time of their ancestors, as you enjoy a traditional Dominican snack and the presentation of “The Atabales Group.” Before heading back to the pier, tuck into a traditional delicious lunch and enjoy some leisure time for shopping at the farm’s souvenir shop.

Please note: Wear comfortable clothing and shoes and bring sunscreen, a hat, sunglasses and your camera.


price $165
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4.3 HRS

Moderately
easy

outdoors

sightseeing

essentials
Santo Domingo, Panoramic Santo Domingo with Botanical Gardens
The Botanical Garden has the important mission of preserving the rich and varied Dominican flora and connecting it with those who prefer to enjoy nature to the maximum in a very pleasant tropical weather. It exhibits the natural flora of the island, and there are areas dedicated to palm trees, exotic plants and orchids– the Dominican Republic hosts over 300 varieties. Once at the Botanical Garden, you will enjoy an interesting tour, including a ride on the Botanical Garden train. Afterwards, enjoy a panoramic visit to the colonial zone of Santo Domingo, including some leisure time for shopping. 

Please note: Bring sunscreen, sunglasses and money for souvenirs.


price $115
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4 HRS

Moderately
easy

sightseeing

walking

essentials
Santo Domingo, Santo Domingo Colonial History
See “The Battle of Santo Domingo” in a fully immersive 4D cinema experience. Enjoy the physical and virtual world of the Pirate Sir Francis Drake invasion to the walled city of Santo Domingo. Afterwards, you will stroll through the Colonial Zone, where the most relevant and imposing edifications were built during the colonization period. Visit “the Royal Houses,” “the Cathedral,” first cathedral of the New World, “The National Pantheon” and “Calle Las Damas.” After this interesting experience, you will have some leisure time for shopping.

Please note: Wear comfortable walking shoes, sunscreen and sunglasses. To enter the cathedral wear clothes that cover shoulders and knees. Bring money for souvenirs.


price $115
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Isla Catalina, Dominican Republic



3 HRS

Moderately
easy

boating

watersports

essentials
Isla Catalina, Catamaran Sail & Snorkel
Leave the Catalina Island pier onboard a beautiful catamaran. The vessel features roomy, comfortable decks at your disposal for relaxing, sunbathing or even dancing the merengue! You will sail along the Dominican coast, admiring the lush, green island views and the turquoise sea. Hop into the water for some snorkeling or simply take a refreshing swim in the crystal-clear sea. Savor Dominican rum and fresh fruit punch.

Please note:  Bring sunscreen, bug spray, water shoes, swimsuit and towel.


price $99
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3 HRS

Moderate

wildlife

snorkeling

boating

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Isla Catalina, Certified 2-Tank Dive
Explore the underwater beauty of Catalina Island.  After a short tender ride to Catalina Island, you’ll ride out to your first dive site aboard a custom catamaran dive boat.  Begin by exploring the cannons from the Cara Merchant shipwreck of the famous pirate, Captain Kidd, which sunk in 1699; this site is currently being excavated.  Proceed to “The Wall,” a 40- to 90-foot dive with stunning coral formations and a large aquatic population.  After your first dive, your catamaran will re-position while you enjoy some island music, fresh fruits, and refreshments.  For your second dive, “The Aquarium” features a colorful array of fish as well as soft and hard corals, in 40 feet of water. 

Please note:  Minimum age is 12 years.  Scuba diving gear is included.  Pregnant women and guests with heart/respiratory conditions are not permitted on this excursion.  Guests must present a valid Open Water Certification Card (“C-Card”).


price $175
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San Juan, Puerto Rico



4 HRS

Moderately
easy

culture

sightseeing
San Juan: Bacardi Distillery & Rum Tasting – Awaken Your Senses with Transfer to Airport
You will board your coach for the 30-minute ride to the Bacardi Distillery.  Start your tour at the new Bacardi Visitor Center. Learn about the past, present, and future of the world’s most awarded rum and spirits. Relive the history and see how Bacardi evolved from being a small rum manufacturer in Santiago de Cuba to becoming the untameable Spirit that it is today. You will learn about Bacardi’s rum making process, its legendary cocktails, and you will be tasting 4 of the best hand-crafted cocktails prepared by Bacardi mixologists. There will be time to visit the Gift Shop and find an array of Bacardi rums, souvenirs, and collectibles. Bottles can even be engraved. You will enjoy the view of Old San Juan from their pavilion that’s shaped like a bat or just sit back and relax in the Lounge. You will find out why tourists have made Bacardi a must see in Puerto Rico.You will be transferred to the airport.

Please note: Wear comfortable attire and walking shoes. Guests must be at least 21 years of age to participate on this tour.  


price $169
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4 HRS

Moderately
easy

sightseeing

essentials
San Juan: Bacardi Distillery & Rum Tasting – Awaken Your Senses with Transfer to Windstar Hotel
You will board your coach for the 30-minute ride to the Bacardi Distillery.  Start your tour at the new Bacardi Visitor Center. Learn about the past, present, and future of the world’s most awarded rum and spirits. Relive the history and see how Bacardi evolved from being a small rum manufacturer in Santiago de Cuba to becoming the untamable Spirit that it is today. You will learn about Bacardi’s rum making process, its legendary cocktails, and you will be tasting 4 of the best hand-crafted cocktails prepared by Bacardi mixologists. There will be time to visit the Gift Shop and find an array of Bacardi rums, souvenirs, and collectibles. Bottles can even be engraved. You will enjoy the view of Old San Juan from their pavilion that’s shaped like a bat or just sit back and relax in the Lounge. You will find out why tourists have made Bacardi a must see in Puerto Rico.

Please note: Wear comfortable attire and walking shoes. Guests must be at least 21 years of age to participate on this tour.  


price $169
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3 HRS

Moderate to
strenuous

sightseeing

essentials
San Juan: Old San Juan Natl Historic Parks Walking Tour with Transfer to Airport
Not every day will you get an opportunity to visit the 2nd oldest city in America.  For about 90 minutes you will walk the cobblestone streets accompanied by an expert guide who will give you interesting information on many amazing structures and relate events that make Old San Juan a must-do on your bucket list. You will visit San Cristobal Fort, the largest fort built by the Spanish in the New World.  Learn the mystery of the sentry boxes and other memorable facts. On the way to the airport you will also have the opportunity to visit and learn the history of the Tapia Theater, Plaza Colon, Plaza de Armas, La Rogativa, The San Jose Church, The Governor’s Main House, San Juan Cathedral, and other interesting sites.

Please note: Wear comfortable attire and walking shoes.


price $95
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3 HRS

Moderate to
strenuous

sightseeing

essentials
San Juan: Old San Juan Natl Historic Parks Walking Tour with Transfer to Windstar Hotel
Not every day will you get an opportunity to visit the 2nd oldest city in America.  For about 90 minutes you will walk the cobblestone streets accompanied by an expert guide who will give you interesting information on many amazing structures and relate events that make Old San Juan a must-do on your bucket list. You will visit San Cristobal Fort, the largest fort built by the Spanish in the New World.  Learn the mystery of the sentry boxes and other memorable facts. On the way to the airport you will also have the opportunity to visit and learn the history of the Tapia Theater, Plaza Colon, Plaza de Armas, La Rogativa, The San Jose Church, The Governor’s Main House, San Juan Cathedral, and other interesting sites. You will be transferred to the Windstar Hotel.

Please note: Wear comfortable attire and walking shoes.


price $95
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4 HRS

Moderate to
strenuous

outdoors

walking

sightseeing
San Juan: Rainforest Eco Wonder Tour with Transfer to Airport
Board your coach for the 45-minute drive to discover the exotic vegetation of El Yunque, the only tropical rainforest in the U.S. National Park System.  El Yunque features over 240 species of plants and wildlife, waterfalls, streams, and hiking trails leading to enchanting locations.  With a professional guide you will visit El Portal Visitor Center, La Coca Falls, and a low-moderate impact trail to admire the flora and fauna.  Your expert guide will make the trip meaningful and fun. Then transfer to the airport.

Please note: Wear comfortable attire and non-slippery shoes.

price $109
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4 HRS

Moderate to
strenuous

sightseeing

outdoors

wildlife

essentials
San Juan: Rainforest Eco Wonder Tour with Transfer to Windstar Hotel
Board your coach for the 45-minute drive to discover the exotic vegetation of El Yunque, the only tropical rainforest in the U.S. National Park System.  El Yunque features over 240 species of plants and wildlife, waterfalls, streams, and hiking trails leading to enchanting locations.  With a professional guide you will visit El Portal Visitor Center, La Coca Falls, and a low-moderate impact trail to admire the flora and fauna.  Your expert guide will make the trip meaningful and fun.

Please note: Wear comfortable attire and non-slippery shoes.


price $109
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