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The history of the Caribbean is rich with adventurous pirate tales of exploration, blended cultures, and natural diversity. The history of the Caribbean, as we know it, starts with Christopher Columbus and his voyage to the islands.
On this expedition through the Caribbean, you’ll learn about the fascinating history of the region as well as enjoying the marvellous diving, snorkelling, and kayaking opportunities in out-of-the-way places such as the remote Corn Islands in Nicaragua, Bay Islands in Honduras, and Cuba’s Guanahacabibes Peninsula.
Spot soporific sloths in Cahuita National Park, Costa Rica, dive alongside sea turtles in Mexico’s Yucatán region, and delight in the music-filled streets of Havana. Join us on this unique small-ship adventure through the Caribbean, an expedition filled with activities, natural wonders and colourful cultures.
Soak up the colonial splendour of Cartagena’s old town recognised by UNESCO as place of Outstanding Universal Value
Wildlife-spotting on cruise safari through the canals of Tortuguero National Park
Hike, swim, snorkel on Big Corn Island in Nicaragua
Kayak and dive amongst spectacular tropical reefs in the Bay of Islands
Explore Cuba’s westernmost peninsula at Guanahacabibes National Marine Reserve and revel in the energy of Cuba’s capital, Havana
Depart UK on an overnight flight to Cartagena via Bogota, Colombia. .
DAY 2 - 3
Arrive in Cartagena in the morning and explore Cartagena on a city tour in the afternoon. Overnight in a local 3* hotel. The next day, enjoy a morning at leisure, before boarding the Greg Mortimer in the late afternoon.
Hike in Cahuita National Park looking for sloths, spider monkeys,
boas and other wildlife, or choose to take a safari cruise along the canals of
Tortuguero National Park.
Hike on Big Corn Island or swim in clear tropical waters.
In the Honduras Bay of Islands, marvel at the underwater life in the
Mesoamerican reef, the world’s second largest reef system.
Yucatán Peninsula’s other-worldly limestone cenotes beckon you to
Discover Cienfuegos, a UNESCO-protected colonial gem filled with
French and Spanish architectural heritage. Visit a local cigar factory and
witness of one of the rarest professions – the cigar factory reader.
Cuba's westernmost peninsula at Guanahacabibes offers one of
the clearest seabed beaches in Cuba with colourful contrasts perfect for
Ride through the old streets of Havana in vintage style, discover the
colonial wonders in Old Havana on foot.
DAY 17 - 18
Disembark Miami and transfer to the airport for your overnight flight home. Arrive the next morning.
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