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9-Night Bridgetown to Colon

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9-NIGHT

BRIDGETOWN TO COLON

INSPIRATION IS ALL AROUND

This luxe-adventure journey from the Caribbean into South America brings you to the renowned Spice Island, Grenada, a destination filled with color, culture, and a rich history, all wrapped up in a tropical splendor. You’ll also find your way to Cartagena, Colombia, a UNESCO-designated city rife with fortified architecture and monuments that keep its vibrant history alive.

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PROMISES FOR A LUXE-ADVENTURE EXPERIENCE

EVERY ASPECT OF YOUR JOURNEY CONSIDERED:
Complimentary, direct private charter jet service for Antarctica sailings. Roundtrip commercial airfare for all others.

EXPLORE YOUR WAY:
Choice of complimentary land excursions in every port.

SAVOR LOCALLY INSPIRED GOURMET CUISINE:
Extraordinary culinary adventures with 6 onboard dining options

RAISE A GLASS:
Unlimited premium pours to share with like-spirited travelers.

RELAX AND INDULGE:
Luxurious L’OCCITANE bath amenities in every accommodation.

EVERYDAY CONVENIENCES:
Prepaid gratuities, in-room bar setup and more

9-Night Bridgetown to Colon

Oct 18, 2022 / 8 nights

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Starting FROM $4,499 per person

*Taxes and fees are additional and vary by itinerary.

Oct 18 Bridgetown, Barbados Depart: 6:00PM
Bridgetown, Barbados

The historic capital of Barbados, Bridgetown, contains centuries of colonial architecture that display the spread of the British Empire. The Barbados Garrison, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, consists of many old buildings filled with the fascinating history of how the island grew into what it is today. Lying along the southwest coast of Carlisle Bay, it also offers beautiful and serene beach scenes with soft, white sand. And it’s an enticing destination with ancient shipwrecks to dive and explore near the coast, like the S.S. Stavronikita, one of the most popular dive sites in the entire Caribbean. A trip to Barbados is not complete without a sampling of the local rum at St. Nicholas Abbey, one of the oldest distilleries in the Caribbean.

Oct 19 St. Georges, Grenada Arrive: 9:00AM Depart: 9:00PM
St. Georges, Grenada

From the moment you arrive on this storied island nation, you will be enchanted by its beautiful beaches and colorful architecture. You’ll also be taken aback by the ever-present aroma of nutmeg, vanilla, and cloves – after all, this is the Spice Isle. To get a true taste of life in Grenada, spend some time in Market Square where fruits, vegetables and, most importantly, spices, change hands. A relaxing experience awaits on one of the most famous beaches in the Caribbean, Grand Anse. Meanwhile, the Grand Etang National Park offers hikers and explorers a glimpse of the cobalt blue lake in the crater of an extinct volcano.

Oct 20 At Sea
At Sea

Spend the day on the high seas pampering yourself at the spa or enjoying some time on deck. Mingle with your fellow explorers and swap stories of your exploits, making plans for new ones together once you get to shore

Oct 21 Bonaire, Netherlands Antilles Arrive: 7:00AM Depart: 10:00PM
Bonaire, Netherlands Antilles

Bonaire, the Dutch Caribbean island just off the coast of Venezuela, is famous for its laid-back environment, sustainability efforts, and world-renowned scuba diving. It remains as a special entity of the Netherlands where Dutch is widely spoken, along with English and the local dialect of Papiamentu. Bonaire’s capital, Kralendijk, is a lively and colorful Caribbean town center. You can stroll the streets enjoying the Caribbean architecture while shopping in the main street Kaya Grandi and the area around it. For an exhilarating hike, take the Subí Brandaris Trail to the highest point on the island. The view from the top is a really fantastic reward and on a clear day you can see the island of Curaçao and beyond.

Oct 22 Willemstad, Curacao, NA Arrive: 7:00AM Depart: 11:59PM
Willemstad, Curacao, NA

The iconic narrow alleys and colorful Dutch-style buildings of Willemstad’s Otrobanda invite you to enjoy a leisurely stroll. Crossing the Sint Annabaai Channel to get to the Punda side of town, your promenade continues over the Queen Emma Bridge, known locally as “The Swinging Old Lady.” This floating pontoon bridge is one of the town’s most recognizable features, dating back to the late 1800s. In no time you arrive at Fort Amsterdam. Built in 1735, this fort has fended off threats by England, France, Spain, Germany, and Venezuela, and has earned its place as a UNESCO World Heritage Site.

Oct 23 At Sea
At Sea

Spend the day on the high seas pampering yourself at the spa or enjoying some time on deck. Mingle with your fellow explorers and swap stories of your exploits, making plans for new ones together once you get to shore

Oct 24 Barranquilla, Colombia Arrive: 8:00AM OVERNIGHT
Barranquilla, Colombia

Barranquilla is home to one of the greatest carnivals (if not the greatest), so much so that UNESCO has deemed the four-day party an essential part of humanity’s oral and intangible heritage. Yet, this South American city is a delight year-round. Surfers rejoice! Barranquilla is home to some of the best surf breaks in Colombia. If surfing is too conventional, travel from the small neighborhood of Las Flores aboard a quaking train toward the point where the river meets the sea. If you are a literary buff, you will be pleased to know that this was the stomping ground of the great Gabo, Gabriel García Márquez.

Oct 25 Barranquilla, Colombia Depart: 1:00AM
Barranquilla, Colombia

Barranquilla is home to one of the greatest carnivals (if not the greatest), so much so that UNESCO has deemed the four-day party an essential part of humanity’s oral and intangible heritage. Yet, this South American city is a delight year-round. Surfers rejoice! Barranquilla is home to some of the best surf breaks in Colombia. If surfing is too conventional, travel from the small neighborhood of Las Flores aboard a quaking train toward the point where the river meets the sea. If you are a literary buff, you will be pleased to know that this was the stomping ground of the great Gabo, Gabriel García Márquez.

Oct 25 Cartagena, Colombia Arrive: 8:30AM Depart: 10:00PM
Cartagena, Colombia

Cartagena has it all: sandy beaches, mouth-watering cuisine, a vibrant culture, not to mention exquisite architecture that you can immerse yourself in. In 1984, the walled city of Cartagena was declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Walk through beautiful colonial streets adorned with breathtaking balconies overflowing with flowers. The brightly hued houses and intricately decorated doors invite you to bring out your inner photographer. Wherever you go in this historic Old Town, capture picture-perfect contrasts set against azure sky. Walk to the San Felipe Fortress and appreciate the colonial architecture of Saint Peter Claver Church and Cloister. The Inquisition Palace remains as one of the finest buildings, but as the name suggests has a notoriously bloody past

Oct 26 San Blas Islands, Panama Arrive: 2:00PM Depart: 8:00PM
San Blas Islands, Panama

In Panama, the San Blas archipelago of islands dot the Caribbean Sea. This group of pristine atolls, more than 365 of them, are inhabited by the native Guna (or Kuna) tribe. They are a small, but proud fishing community that mostly live in small straw and wood huts. The water in the archipelago is surprisingly deep between the islands, but the reefs surrounding each island make for excellent snorkeling. Plan to island hop between El Porvenir for shopping and Isla Perro for amazing snorkeling.

Oct 27 Colon, Panama Arrive: 8:00AM
Colon, Panama

Colón is the gateway to the Panama Canal. You can learn all about this engineering feat at the Agua Clara Locks Visitor Center and watch this engineering wonder in action from the observation decks over the Canal’s extension and Gatun Lake. From here you can journey to the picturesque Spanish Colonial town and UNESCO World Heritage Site of Portobelo. Near Colón, you can immerse yourself in Spain’s influence as you explore the 16th-century Fort San Lorenzo. This fortress was first constructed by the Spanish to guard the entrance to the Rio Chagres, an important waterway for trade and slave ships

9-Night Bridgetown to Colon

Call your Travel Advisor or one of our Voyage Specialists at 1.844.44.ATLAS (28527) for more information.
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