St John Antigua – St John’s in Antigua, is a ‘not-to-be-missed’ part of your itinerary and vacation. One of the first sights you’ll see of Antigua, from the exclusive vantage point aboard your luxury cruise ship are the white Baroque towers of St John’s 19th century cathedral, which dominates the city’s skyline. As your ship pulls into dock on this English-speaking island, you will quickly realise that it is a real tropical paradise, as this tropical island boasts 365 stunning palm-fringed beaches, crystal clear waters and almost year round sunshine.
Road Town, Virgin Islands – As your cruise liner sails majestically into the sheltered harbour of Road Town, the powdery white sand beaches, lush mountainsides and clear blue seas offer another invitation to a perfect day of relaxation. Road Town a busy post located on the island of Tortola and the capital of the British Virgin Islands.
Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic – The historical city of Santo Domingo offers beautiful architecture, fabulous beaches, the wonderful Parque Mirador Sur and splendid shopping oppurtinities, two examples being the modern Megacentro and the more intimate Plaza Andalucia.
La Romana, Dominican Republic – With La Romana boasting beautiful beaches, bags of Caribbean flair and a number of excellent golf courses, including the curiously named “Teeth of the Dog”, the visitor is truly spoilt for choice. The vibrant, party feel of the modern city promises a great day off the ship for the entire family.
Phillipsburg, St Maarten – As the ship docks, you’ll see that between Great Bay and the Great Salt Pond, the Dutch capital Philipsburg fills a small stretch of land, and two main roads Front Street and Back Street cut across the city. Beaches are clean, white and sandy and you can refresh yourself at one of the vibrant boardwalk cafes! For the more active, choose from water sports such as windsurfing, kayaking, and jet skiing, snorkelling or diving, or the ultimate sense of freedom, a horseback beach ride.
Fort de France, Martineque – Located in the East Caribbean, Martinique is a Mecca for tourists who are drawn by its stunning natural beauty. The volcanic landscapes, with sugar, palm, banana and pineapple plantations that roll down to sandy beaches of white and black sand are just some of the reasons why Christopher Columbus claimed that Martinique was ‘the most beautiful country in the world’ when he landed here in 1493.
Point-à-Pitre, Guadaloupe – Point-à-Pitre is popular destination along Caribbean cruise itinerary as it offers a delightful mix of relaxing beach opportunities for sun-worshippers as well as plenty of historical attractions for those who like to add an educational dimension to their day away from ship.
St John, Antigua – From historical sightseeing to the National Park, a fun pirate-themed day out, canopy rainforest tour, fishing or horse riding on the beach, we know that St John’s will be great. Don’t forget that you will reach Antigua Island for your all-inclusive stay at Grand Pineapple Beach Hotel!