Summary : Le Champlain will then take you to the unique setting that is the Orinoco Delta, for unforgettable sailing surrounded by extremely dense vegetation. Immerse yourself in the special atmosphere that reigns here as you enjoy the sounds of jungle birds and moving encounters with the locals. The end of your cruise will be marked by stops in the heart of the Caribbean, where you’ll be able to swim in idyllic surrounds. You will be free to enjoy the turquoise waters at the beaches in the Grenadines and Barbados, before disembarking in Martinique.
Activities : Birding, Child-Friendly, Culture, Snorkeling, Triple/Quad Cabins
First time travelers with this shipping company receive a $250 per person onboard credit.
Inquire about special savings for honeymooners, wedding anniversaries, and groups of 6 or more.
$3,950 to $12,660
Embark the vessel in the afternoon.
Scattered between St. Vincent and Grenada, the Tobago Cayes comprises five little islands: Petit Rameau, Petit Bateau, Baradal, Petit Tabac, and Jamesby. This rosary of uninhabited cayes in the southern West Indies is a marine park that has some outstanding marine fauna in its turquoise lagoons. Girded and united by a coral reef, these secluded islands are a peaceful paradise for swimmers and snorkelers.
In the heart of the Caribbean, Bequia is the second-largest of 32 islands that make up the country of St. Vincent and the Grenadines. This secluded island is popular with visiting yachters and divers. Port Elizabeth, the island's main town, has a lively atmosphere. Further afield there are tropical rainforest and white-sand beaches providing a natural setting for peaceful walks.
Bridgetown, the bustling capital of Barbados, is located on the island's southwest coast. Its historic quarters have been named UNESCO World Heritage sites and contain prime examples of British colonial architecture, which you will see between the postcard-perfect fishing harbor and St. Ann's Fort. Streets shaded by palms and flamboyant trees lead you to the Anglican cathedral church of St Michael, built from coral stone, the Barbados Museum and George Washington House, a Georgian-style mansion. There'll be plenty of time to relax on the Caribbean beaches of Carlisle Bay, a few paces from the old town center.
Located on the western coast of Martinique, Fort-de-France will amaze you by the splendor of its bay, a magnificent cut-out in the coastline, considered as one of the most beautiful in the world. Disembark the vessel in the early morning.
Read this itinerary as a guide only; the exact route and program varies according to weather conditions - and the wildlife you encounter. Flexibility is the key to the success of this expedition. ExpeditionTrips.com is not responsible for itinerary changes.
This ship is NEW for the 2018 season! As with any new vessel, we strongly suggest selecting a departure date at least six weeks after launch. Please ask for details.
Bilingual Departures: All departures are French/English.
Meals on board the ship; captain’s welcome cocktail and gala dinner; luggage transfer between pier and ship; mineral water, tea, filter coffee, a selection of white, red and rosé wines offered during meals, afternoon tea; open bar (pouring wines, house champagne, alcohol except premium brands - list available upon request); port and safety taxes; use of snorkeling gear; crew gratuities; 24-hour room service; butler service for guests staying in Suites. Subject to change without notice.
Airfare; passport and visa expenses and/or immigration reciprocity taxes if applicable; any ground services before and/or after the cruise other than the ones mentioned; spa charges; beverages other than those mentioned; laundry services, hair salon; personal expenses, Wi-Fi, on board medical consultations and drug prescriptions; cancellation/luggage/assistance/repatriation/medical insurance(s); fuel surcharge may apply.
Photo Credit: © Lorraine Turci, © Ponant