November 15 - 22, 2020
7-Day Western Caribbean
|Stateroom Category||Double Occupancy Rate Per Person||Single Rate|
|SS Signature Suite||$2,399||$4,619|
|C Ocean View/Mid||$1,029||$1,719|
|D Ocean View/Forward/Aft||$1,019||$1,699|
All non-members must add $60 to the above rate.
Rates are subject to availability at time of booking and include taxes, fees and fuel surcharges which are subject to change
- Seven nights aboard the ms EURODAM
- All onboard meals and entertainment (specialty restaurants may have additional nominal fees)
- $25 onboard credit per stateroom
Half Moon Cay, Bahamas
The Caribbean is full of tropical wonders. But there’s nothing like Half Moon Cay, Holland America Line’s 2,400 acre private island paradise in the Bahamas. Uncrowded and unspoiled, it combines the unparalleled natural beauty of a protected preserve with access to a wide range of amenities and activities. With miles of pristine, white-sand beach, guests can stay busy all day or simply relax in tranquil solitude.
Fun Things to Do:
- A wide range of activities including snorkeling, kayaks, catamarans, paddleboards and more
- Go horseback riding on the beach and in the surf (a Half Moon Cay exclusive)
- Relax in a private two-story villa or beachside cabana
- Try the Tropics Restaurant with shaded dining pavilions for a barbecue lunch
Ocho Rios, Jamiaca
On his fourth voyage, Columbus was marooned for a year outside of Ocho Rios on Jamaica’s north coast. You may imagine that the explorer gave the town its name after finding eight rivers here, but surprisingly that isn’t its origin. It’s a corruption of a word for waterfalls, of which there are many—far more than eight. If you want to talk like a local, just call it Ochi. Visitors to Jamaica today are likely to think of reggae first, of course, and Bob Marley was born right here in St. Ann Parish. The nearby region is one of the island’s finest for nature hikes among all the plants that provide the spices and fruits that go into making Jamaican cooking so outrageously delicious.
Fun Things to Do:
- Dunn’s River Falls, about 2 miles west of town, are one of Jamaica’s top tourist attractions. Some see it as a theme park rather that a natural wonder, but that doesn’t make the climb up the falls any less exhilarating. You climb up great tiers of limestone that step down in a series of beautiful cascades and pools. The water is refreshingly cool, with everything shaded by a tall rainforest.
- Visit Island Village. This entertainment park has changed the face of Ocho Rios and has said to resemble a “Jamaican costal village”. You’ll find a peaceful beach, upscale craft shops, a cinema, Jimmy Buffett’s Margaritaville bar, several cafes and an amphitheater for live performances.
- Try the Jerk chicken, pork and barbeque ribs and other local dishes at the Jerk Center.
Georgetown, Cayman Islands
The Cayman Islands have everything you would want from a Caribbean destination, warm breezes, clear seas and a laid-back attitude. In addition, they also offer an exciting culinary scene. In and around Georgetown, the Cayman Islands’ capital, you’ll find such an amazing array of culinary offerings. Between the celebrity chefs who’ve set up shop on Grand Cayman and the 135 or so resident nationalities that have helped season the island’s giant melting pot, this is, hands down, one of the best places to eat in the Caribbean. There’s enough walking then to counter act all that good food- whether along the fabled Seven Mile Beach or around historic sites, or through lush gardens.
Fun Things to Do:
- Go shopping! Grand Cayman is famous for its tax free shopping. Enjoy shopping for watches jewelry, gems, luxury brands and precious metals here.
- Visit the National Museum where you can learn about the rich history and culture of the island.
- Charter a 20 minute ride to Stingray city. Enjoy swimming and feeding wild stingrays. These beautiful creatures are harmless, making them the most loved tourist attraction in Grand Cayman.
Cozumel, an island in the Caribbean off the eastern coast of Mexico’s Yucatán Peninsula, draws scuba divers, snorkelers and seekers of sand and sun who are attracted by the reliably sunny and tropical climate. For visitors who are intrigued by Mexico’s Mayan culture, there are several archaeological sites in and around Cozumel. When you’re done sightseeing, there’s shopping for traditional Mexican crafts, jewelry and leather goods, including custom-made sandals, and excellent food.
Fun Things to Do:
- Check out the amazing reefs. Cozumel is part of the Mesoamerican Barrier Reef System, the second largest coral reef system in the world, and it is a paradise for those who like to dive and snorkel.
- Cozumel has some of the most amazing beaches in all of Mexico and there are a variety to choose from. You can choose a beach for its relaxing atmosphere, or for its culinary delights that are nearby.
Tour Activity Level: 2
This tour requires average physical activity. You should be in good health, able to climb stairs and walk reasonable distances, possibly over uneven ground and cobblestoned streets.
|11/15||Fort Lauderdale, Florida||5:00PM|
|11/16||Half Moon Cay, Bahamas||8:00AM||5:00PM|
|11/18||Ocho Rios, Jamaica||8:00AM||5:00PM|
|11/19||Georgetown, Cayman Islands||8:00AM||4:00PM|
|11/22||Fort Lauderdale, Florida||7:00AM|
Itinerary is subject to change at any time without notification and/or compensation.
U.S. citizens on homeport cruises (cruises that begin and end at the same U.S. port) are currently able to enter or depart the country with a state issued birth certificate with a raised seal and government-issued photo ID. AAA recommends traveling with an original, signed
passport valid for 6 months beyond stay, and with at least one blank visa page for visa stamp(s).
Deposit of $350 per person/$700 per cabin will confirm your reservation. Final payment is due to AAA by August 3, 2020. Solo Travelers Rewards Club maximum voucher redemption: $50
Deposit date to day of departure $25 per person plus….
From August 17 – September 12, 2020 $350.00 per person, plus any additional supplier’s fees
From September 13 – October 3, 2020 50% of gross fare per person, plus any additional suppliers’ fees
From October 4 – October 24, 2020 75% of gross fare per person, plus any additional suppliers’ fees
After October 24, 2020 NON-REFUNDABLE
For your protection AAA recommends travel insurance. Pre-existing medical conditions may be waived with proper coverage if travel insurance is purchased within 14 days of initial deposit only. Other conditions may apply; ask your travel agent. AAA recommends Allianz.
Average temperatures in the Caribbean for November are in the 70s. Daytime, casual clothes and comfortable walking shoes are recommended. Evenings require casual or semiformal attire, with two formal nights.
Two suitcases per person will be allowed by the cruise line. You may also bring a small carry-on bag. Baggage fees and other charges may be directly assessed by the airline or airport.
For personal comfort, group participants who need assistance are required to have a traveling companion who is capable of and totally responsible for providing the needed assistance.
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