26 Jan - 23 Feb 2018 | 28 NIGHTS | 14 PORTS | Adonia (D802A)


Caribbean, 26 Jan - 23 Feb 2018, 28 NIGHTS, 14 PORTS

Give in to the tropical temptation of the Caribbean

What a warm welcome to the Caribbean Barbados offers. Adonia awaits you, moored in the capital and cruise port, Bridgetown. Sail to one of the Caribbean’s prettiest harbours in Grenada, then arrive in Mayreau, the perfect place to take a catamaran to one of the many surrounding islands. Head to the deserted Morpion for a real castaway experience. Antigua is the perfect place to get into the Caribbean spirit (think chilling out on paradise beaches) or soak up some fascinating history at Nelson’s Dockyard. Then, relax on the paradise island of Martinique before sailing on to picture-perfect St Kitts.

Sample delicious, spicy Creole flavours in Pointe-a-Pitre's restaurants during your time in Guadeloupe, explore St Lucia, then head to Bequia, which is slow-paced even for the Caribbean. Small but perfectly formed, she’s also dotted with stunning beaches. On beautiful 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. After hopping back to Martinique and St Lucia, head to Kingstown, St Vincent with its narrow, cobbled streets. There’s so much to do in Tobago – from swimming and snorkelling in the tropical waters, to guided tours of cocoa estates and nature reserves – and following your visit here you’ll have time to lap up all that Adonia has to offer as you sail along the mighty Amazon River to Santarém, Brazil. Soak up the local culture and explore the jungle, before you sail by the infamous French penal colony, Devil’s Island. Enjoy calls at Trinidad and Grenada before you finally head back to beautiful Barbados. From here, hard as it may be, you’ll fly home.

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