|Day 1||Set sail at 8pm from Bridgetown - BARBADOS|
|Day 2||The ship is at sea|
|Day 3||From 8am to 11pm we are in the island of Oranjestad - ARUBA|
|Day 4||8am to 6pm docked at Willemstad - CURACAO|
|Day 5||From 7am to 3pm we stop off at Kralendijk - BONAIRE|
|Day 6||12pm to 7pm - docked at St. George's - GRENADA|
|Day 7||Castries – ST. LUCIA from 8am to 6pm|
|Day 8||We arrive back at 7am in Bridgetown – BARBADOS|
Begin your All Inclusive Tropical Delights Cruise from the magnificent island of Barbados. Barbados may be neighbours with many Caribbean islands but your Tropical Delights Cruise Holidays which depart Barbados will show you how unique the Barbados culture is, thanks to the merging of the cultures of the British and the West Africans.
The first stop on the Tropical Delights Cruise will be at Aruba. Here you will discover the reason this part of the West Indies attract Caribbean cruise ships every year. An Aruba cruise will be the ideal way to see this super island that is famous for its stunning white beaches, sand dunes, cactus forests and distinctive but beautiful bleak scenery.
The second stop on the Tropical Delights Cruise is the Island of Curacao. Once ashore you will be able to experience the distinctive narrow streets, pavement cafes, restaurants and bars. Enjoy a trolley bus tour where you will be able to see the most important sights. This longer stay in Curacao will allow you more time to discover terrific beaches, snorkel in the beautiful coral reefs and even do a bit of sightseeing around the islands interior. Sights like the giant cacti, salt flats and gentle hills are just waiting for you to explore.
Marvellous nature excursions and other exciting activities make you stop at Bonaire a great chance for family entertainment. The magnificent range of excursions here opens up the possibilities to fully see the sights and natural wonders of the island. The Tropical Delights Cruise only stops here for 8 hours so it is best to know in advance what you want to experience. Some of the most popular things to do include snorkelling, diving, birdwatching and fishing.
Docking at St George in Grenada this is your Tropical Delights Cruise penultimate port of call therefore you will need to make the most of this fascinating port. Once ashore you can immediately immerse in the culture of this Island. Walk around the appealing harbour district and try out one of the first-rate waterfront restaurants. Whatever you do not pass up the occasion to see the Grand Anse Beach which is one of the Caribbean’s most famous.
We have saved the best for the last. St Lucia is a in simple word “a cherished memory”. This island is a magnificent mixture of rolling hills, banana plantations, rainforests, waterfalls and green volcanic mountains covered in the most picturesque sunshine. Enjoy the quiet beaches and the never ending hot sun on your skin make the St Lucia stop rate among the top with Caribbean cruise fans.
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