If you think an ordinary cruise in the Caribbean is boring and not active enough, then our Caribbean expedition might be the thing for you! See seven different countries, two UNESCO Heritage Sites, visit mysterious Mayans ruins, venture into the jungle and snorkel in crystal clear waters. Discover topical paradise islands, Puerto Limon, Belize, Key West and Miami – all in one expedition.
“Welcome to the Caribbean, love”
Starting in Puerto Limon in Costa Rica, you can explore this compelling destination for adventurers before embarking on MS Fram. After a day at sea, you find yourself in the Guna Yala provence where you can meet the indigenous tribe of Panama and Colombia, the Kuna people. Then we explore the UNESCO site Fort San Lorenzo and the Panama Canal Expansion. In Bocas del Toro and the Bastemintos National Park, you can dive and kayak among mangroves and coral reefs as well as hike through the rainforest in search of wildlife. On Isla de Provedencia and Corn Island, enjoy snorkelling amongst tropical fishes, feasting on barbecued lobster on the beach and experiencing Creole traditions and way of life.
Coral Reefs and Mayan Mysteries
Explore Cayos Cochinos, a part of the world’s second largest coral reef, either by snorkelling or kayaking, or by walking in the stunning nature of the islands. Next we sail to Belize, and you can venture into the jungle to discover the Mayan ruins of Lamanai. These ruins are known both for their impressive architecture and marvellous setting, surrounded by dense rainforest. Then divers and snorkelers are in for an adventure as we reach Lighthouse reef with more than 20 world-famous dive and snorkelling sites. Close to Playa del Carmen is the ancient Mayan city of Tulum. This walled Mayan city is spectacularly set on a cliff, overlooking the Caribbean Sea.
Sunsets and Magic in the US
Travelling further north, we stop by Key West to enjoy this tropical island city and its world-renowned sunset before ending this expedition in magical Miami.
- Daily Meals & Select Beverages
- Wind/water-resistant jacket
- Landings and activities on board and ashore
- Complimentary use of Muck Boot rubber boots
- Hurtigruten expedition in cabin grade of your choice on a full-board basis
- Landings with small boats and activities on board and ashore
- Professional English-speaking expedition team that gives lectures and accompanies landings and activities
- Complimentary tea and coffee
WHAT’S NOT INCLUDED:
- International flights
- Travel insurance
- Luggage handling
- Optional Excursions and Gratuities
Exploring since 1893, Hurtigruten operates premium exploration voyages to Norway, Antarctica, Iceland, Greenland, Spitsbergen, Europe, Africa, South/Central America and Arctic Canada. Our itineraries to these unique destinations focus on the stunning diversity of its wilderness, inhabitants, flora, and fauna. Hurtigruten’s unique heritage, combined with highly skilled crews and a diverse fleet of nimble, intimately-scaled expedition ships, enable us to offer guests unforgettable experiences in some of the most exciting corners of the world.
03 Apr 2019
|Limón, Costa Rica||—||—|
04 Apr 2019
05 Apr 2019
|San Blas Islands, Panama||—||—|
06 Apr 2019
|Fort San Lorenzo, Panama||—||—|
07 Apr 2019
|Bocas Del Toro, Panama||—||—|
08 Apr 2019
|Corn Islands, Nicaragua||—||—|
09 Apr 2019
|Isla de Providencia, Colombia||—||—|
10 Apr 2019
11 Apr 2019
|Cayos Cochinos, Honduras||—||—|
12 Apr 2019
|Belize City, Belize||—||—|
13 Apr 2019
|Lighthouse Reef, Belize||—||—|
14 Apr 2019
15 Apr 2019
|Caribbean Sea (Cruising)||—||—|
16 Apr 2019
|Key West, FL, United States||—||—|
17 Apr 2019
|Miami, FL, United States||—||—|
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