+91-124 - 4595300info@cruisebooking.in

7-Day Caribbean Spice Islands

 
 
7-Day Caribbean Spice Islands
Starting from $3,999*

Bridgetown, Barbados to Bridgetown, Barbados


Ship: Seabourn Odyssey


Departure Date :

Nov 21 2020 | Dec 12 2020

Optional tours are available from most ports for an additional charge.

 

Itinerary

 
Day Bridgetown, Barbados
Departs 11:00 PM
"Barbadians, or Bajans in local parlance, consider their island nation the most British of the Caribbean: Queen Elizabeth II is still head of state, and English products are stocked in many of its stores and restaurants. Barbados is known as the birthplace of international pop star Rihanna, but it has also produced some of the biggest Caribbean calypso and soca music stars. The summer Crop Over festival is a huge carnival event. With live music and crafts for sale, the popular Friday fish fry at Oistins Bay is a fun place to mingle with the locals. Centered around a waterway called the Careenage and its handsome Chamberlain Bridge, the historic center of Bridgetown, the country's capital, was granted UNESCO World Heritage status in 2011 for its wealth of British colonial architecture dating from the 17th, 18th and 19th centuries. Among the famous figures who visited Bridgetown when it was at its peak was none other than George Washington, who spent two months in 1751 in a house that still stands today, on his only trip abroad."
Bridgetown, Barbados
 
 
Day Rodney Bay, Saint Lucia
Arrives 08:00 AM Departs 05:00 PM
This is the island's yachting center, quieter and less crowded than the main port of Castries. You can visit the island's “drive-in” volcano at Soufriere, view the iconic peaks of the Pitons or perhaps snorkel at Pigeon Island, one of Jacques Cousteau's favorite dive spots.
Rodney Bay, Saint Lucia
 
 
Day Falmouth Harbour, Antigua
Arrives 08:00 AM Departs 05:00 PM
It’s said that Antigua has 365 beaches – one for every day of the year. See how many you can discover as our stay in port stretches to midnight to accommodate them all. Watch the stars come out as darkness falls and imagine how residents of Andromeda must envy you.
Falmouth Harbour, Antigua
 
 
Day Great Harbour, Jost van Dyke, British Virgin Islands
Arrives 08:00 AM Departs 05:00 PM
There are approximately 40 British Virgin Islands (the exact number varies from authority to authority), many of which are uninhabited. Some have only a handful of residents. Jost Van Dyke has a small population of its own families: the Turners, Grants, Ringes and Callwoods to name the majority. The desire to continue in the old ways is strong here, and "Jost" looks much as it must have looked 100 or 200 years ago. This archipelago is pristine and traffic light free. Weather permitting, your captain will anchor in this idyllic location and deploy the Marina for a day of play in the sea and sun.
Great Harbour, Jost van Dyke, British Virgin Islands
 
 
Day Carambola Beach, Saint Kitts and Nevis
Arrives 08:00 AM Departs 05:00 PM
A classic golden arc of sugary sand at South Friar’s Bay, Carambola is home to the island’s most luxurious beach clubs and restaurants. Umbrellas, loungers and optional water sports abound for those so inclined. Otherwise St. Kitts has other attractions, including a number of lovingly preserved plantation great houses, the UNESCO World Heritage Site of Brimstone Hill Fortress and a scenic narrow gauge sugarcane railway.
 
 
Day Fort-De-France, Martinique
Arrives 08:00 AM Departs 06:00 PM
"Some three centuries after Columbus landed here, the French-speaking island of Martinique had established strong economic and cultural ties to New Orleans, thanks to its sugar and rum production. That came to an abrupt halt when Mount Pelée erupted in 1902, destroying the island's rich trading port of St. Pierre. Tourism led to development in other areas, but Martinique sees far fewer English-speaking visitors than other Caribbean islands. Like Guadeloupe, Martinique is a French DOM, or Overseas Department, which means that the capital, Fort-de-France, is a good-size French city on a fairly small island. The supermarkets are French, the tourism infrastructure is solid and the roads are well paved, so it's a breeze to get around. Within a short drive of Fort-de-France Bay you'll find beach restaurants where you can enjoy a ti' punch, a cocktail made with rhum agricole (which uses sugarcane juice rather than molasses), while listening to a band perform reggae and the local zouk music. Most visitors head south to see the area where Napoleon's wife, Empress Joséphine, grew up on a plantation. Adventurous types can go up-island to explore a vast volcanic terrain covered with fruit farms, cane fields and all sorts of tropical vegetation. "
Fort-De-France, Martinique
 
 
Day Saint George, Bermuda
Arrives 08:00 AM Departs 06:00 PM
Situated on the western edge of the Sargasso Sea, an ocean area with high salinity, warm temperature and few currents, Bermuda enjoys a very comfortable sub-tropical climate. Saint George town, founded in 1612, was named after the England's patron saint. Visit Saint David's Lighthouse, as well as the pristine landscape of Cooper's Island Nature Reserve and the beaches of Castle Harbor to see a variety of lizards, giant land hermit crabs and the endemic Bermuda cedar trees. Humpback whales, dolphins and porpoises as well as over 360 bird species have also been recorded there. Bermuda's beaches and crystal-clear waters over colorful coral reefs are some of the most exquisite in the world. The jewels in Bermuda's crown are eleven wonderfully preserved military fortifications in St. George, awarded UNESCO World Heritage Site status. Historic Water Street is a collection of museums, stylish shops, restaurants and artists' galleries. The Bermuda National Trust Museum highlights Bermuda's role in the American Civil War. St Peter's Church and historic cemetery is the oldest Anglican Church in continuous use outside Britain. It was granted the Royal title 'Their Majesties Chappell' by Queen Elizabeth II, when she visited here in 2012.
Saint George, Bermuda
 
 
Day Bridgetown, Barbados
Arrives 07:00 AM
"Barbadians, or Bajans in local parlance, consider their island nation the most British of the Caribbean: Queen Elizabeth II is still head of state, and English products are stocked in many of its stores and restaurants. Barbados is known as the birthplace of international pop star Rihanna, but it has also produced some of the biggest Caribbean calypso and soca music stars. The summer Crop Over festival is a huge carnival event. With live music and crafts for sale, the popular Friday fish fry at Oistins Bay is a fun place to mingle with the locals. Centered around a waterway called the Careenage and its handsome Chamberlain Bridge, the historic center of Bridgetown, the country's capital, was granted UNESCO World Heritage status in 2011 for its wealth of British colonial architecture dating from the 17th, 18th and 19th centuries. Among the famous figures who visited Bridgetown when it was at its peak was none other than George Washington, who spent two months in 1751 in a house that still stands today, on his only trip abroad."
Bridgetown, Barbados