Celebrity Cruises Southern Caribbean Cruise
4 Island Southern Caribbean Cruise from San Juan
9 Days | January 29 - February 6, 2021
Starting At $1495.00
Just off the coast of South America, this Southern Caribbean cruise visits the Dutch islands of Aruba, Bonaire, and Curaçao. You’ll find charming cafés, galleries, and a 17th-century fort in Willemstad, the traditional Dutch cityscape painted in bright Caribbean colors.
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PER PERSON PRICES:
Interior: $1495 Double…..$2575 Single
Oceanview: $1695 Double….$2995 Single
Balcony: $2075 Double…..$3465 Single
January 29: Arrive San Juan
Today your flight arrives in beautiful San Juan, Puerto Rico. Upon arrival you will be transferred to the hotel for an overnight stay.
January 30: Board the Celebrity Summit
Today you will have time to explore San Juan, Puerto Rico: Spend time snorkeling, discover the beautiful marine life of the Caribbean Sea while swimming among the fish, coral communities, mangrove forests, and seagrass beds.
Old San Juan is one of the first cities to be established in the New World. You will explore the historical forts that were built to protect the island during Spanish occupation, and uncover various UNESCO sites, museums, historic churches, restaurants and much more along the way.
Later today the group will be transferred to the pier where you will board the beautiful Celebrity Summit. This evening at 8:30pm set sail on your 7 Night Southern Caribbean Cruise.
January 31: Day at Sea
Today enjoy a luxurious day at sea.
February 1: Kralendijk. Bonaire
Kralendijk is the sleepy capital of Bonaire, an island in the Dutch Antilles. Kralendijk is lined with delightfully pastel stucco houses, in pinks, oranges, and lime greens. Famous for its dicing, the lively world under the sea is the allure of this laid back island. The island is surrounded by a marine park that starts at the beach and extends 200 feet in depth and covers its entire coastline. Bonaire also offers such treats as flamingos, hiking and the only barefoot casino in the Caribbean. Head downtown to the Rincon section for a great selection of restaurants with menus offering authentic local fare, like the Dutch snack, Frikandel, a deep-fried sausage or the Creole gumbo stew called Yambo.
February 2: Willemstad, Curacao
If there were no canals, the Dutch would have invented them. Behold Willemstad, with its deepwater harbor, interlacing waterways, and narrow shop fronts that seem always to be stretching to their full height. The capital City of Curacao is a Caribbean cruise delight. Willemstad graces the Shottegat harbor with neighborhoods that mix Dutch, Spanish, and Portuguese urban styles and then dresses them in effulgent pastels. It’s a combination seen nowhere else in former Dutch colonies. Wander the shops and markets of the Punda and Otrobanda districts and soak up some color.
February 3: Oranjestad, Aruba
Any visitor will create their own Aruba cruise experience, but here are two to try. First, there is the Aruba of beaches, sun and shopping. And why not? The beaches shimmer. The sun grants its benedictions through dry, 82-degree days all year long. And the shopping buzzes along Main Street and Lloyd G. Smith Boulevard. Second, there is the time-sculpted Aruba. Arikok National Park covers nearly one-fifth of the island and is home to species you’ll find nowhere else, caves for exploring, and ragged, wind-torn bits of coastline.
February 4: Day at Sea
Enjoy a luxurious day at sea.
February 5: Basseterre, St Kitts & Nevis
Rainforests, waterfalls, and lovely crescents of sand are right outside your door at St. Kitts. Cane fields climb the slopes of volcanic peaks, and the ruins of old mills and colonial plantation houses blanket the island. Little St. Kitts remains at heart a sleepy and charming tropical backwater. Cruise to St. Kitts to bask in the Caribbean’s sunny geniality and natural splendor.
February 6: San Juan, Puerto Rico
Today arrive back into San Juan. Transfer to the airport for your flight back home.