The following Seven Isles Cruise itinerary is available for:
|Day||Seven Isles Schedule|
|Day 1||Ship departs at 8pm from Bridgetown - BARBADOS|
|Day 2||First port of call is Castries - ST. LUCIA from 8am to 6pm|
|Day 3||From 8am to 3pm at Pointe a Pitre - GUADELOUPE|
|Day 4||7am to 11pm docked at St. Thomas - US VIRGIN ISLANDS|
|Day 5||From 7am - 6pm we stop off at San Juan in PUERTO RICO|
|Day 6||1pm to 6pm - docked at Roseau - DOMINICA|
|Day 7||St. George's - GRENADA from 8am to 6pm|
|Day 8||Back to Bridgetown – BARBADOS at 7am|
What do you think of when you imagine the Caribbean? Whatever you imagine you can be sure that St. Lucia fits that thought. Your 7 night Seven Isles Fly/Cruise which stops off in St. Lucia on the first leg of this cruise. Apart from 158 kilometres of stunning coastline there are fantastic shore excursions which show you the islands natural wonders.
There are many cruise which stop at St. Lucia but you can be sure the All Inclusive Seven Isles Cruise will be among the best. Go on, why not spoil yourself and choose this cruise which will fulfil your dream of a cruise around the Caribbean.
The Seven Isles Cruise now moves onto Guadeloupe, docking at Pointe a Pitre from 08:00 – 15:00. This is located on the island Grande Terre of Guadeloupe. Basse Terre is an island separated only by a strait from Grande Terre and is one of the excursions you can go. Out of all the islands that make up Guadeloupe you will find the majority of things to do on the two main islands, Grande-Terre and Basse-Terre.
We stop at this beautiful location from 07:00 right through to 23:00, long enough to get a real taste of the Us Virgin Islands. As this is a longer cruise stopover, the Seven Isles Cruise will allow you to take in national parks and a wide variety of fascinating nature excursions. Fully enjoy beaches and fine scenery at St John’s, or visit the large Virgin Islands National Park.
The Caribbean island of Puerto Rico is part of the Greater Antilles, and depicted by a mountainous landscape, with tropical rain forest and isolated desert areas. The average temperature in Puerto Rico is 30 degrees Celsius, with the effect that water temperatures are ideal for snorkelling and swimming. Docking in San Juan, which is a tourist attraction in itself. Stunning architecture with old buildings in the characteristic colonial style are strung along the streets.
Next island on the Seven Isles Cruise is Dominica, docking from 13:00 – 18:00 will just give you enough time to sample this beautiful Island. This is a green, lush and untamed island with high mountains, tumbling waterfalls and tropical forests. Most excursions on Dominica are water orientated like thrilling canoe rides at the Indian River. This excursion ends with a tasty rum punch. Another shore excursion is the Rainforest Aerial Tram at the Morne Trois Pitons National Park, skims the treetops and crosses a spectacularly deep ravine. You can also enjoy whale-watching, snorkelling or a jeep safari.
On the list of the most popular activities to do when your Seven Isles Cruise docks at Grenada will be water sports, scuba diving, snorkelling and kayaking. This stunning island has one of the most gorgeous beaches of the Caribbean, with its white powdery sand and the turquoise sea. You will find untouched nature in the Grand Etan National Park. Visiting the seven sisters water falls are something not to be missed.
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