10 Feb - 24 Feb 2018 | 14 NIGHTS | 10 PORTS | Britannia (B803D)


Caribbean, 10 Feb - 24 Feb 2018, 14 NIGHTS, 10 PORTS

Wave goodbye to winter on a journey of Caribbean discovery on board Britannia

What a warm welcome to the Caribbean St Lucia offers. Britannia awaits you, ready to take you on a journey of excitement, relaxation and discovery. Sail to one of the Caribbean’s prettiest harbours in Grenada. Spend a day enjoying its waterfalls, rainforests, volcanic craters and beaches – especially Grand Anse – just around the bay from St George’s. Next, it's picture-perfect St Kitts, blessed with deserted white bays, sugar cane fields and lush rainforest. Antigua is the perfect place to get into the Caribbean spirit (think chilling out on some of its 365 paradise beaches) or soak up some fascinating history at Nelson’s Dockyard.

Next, explore the paradise island of Martinique. On Barbados, spend an evening ashore and soak up the intoxicating nightlife, and enjoy a day of water sports, stunning nature walks, or a trip to the magnificent Harrison’s Cave complex of caverns and waterfalls. Explore beautiful Bonaire before you reach the paradise island of Aruba – which boasts an alien landscape of cactuses and twisted divi-divi trees, but the locals make you feel right at home. There’s so much to do in your next destination – Tobago – from swimming and snorkelling in the tropical waters, to guided tours of cocoa estates and nature reserves. And St Vincent won’t disappoint – with its fresh seafood, gentle calypso and unspoilt coves, it has an allure all of its own. Perhaps you'll take a gentle kayak tour of the beautiful coast and visit Byahaut Cove – one of the filming locations for 'Pirates of the Caribbean'? Your final destination is beautiful St Lucia and from here, hard as it may be, you’ll fly home.

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