Itineraries: Your “Must See’s” on Land
For Your Oasis of the Seas & Allure of the Seas Cruise Vacation
If budget is your limitation, I suggest thinking about Western Caribbean itinerary. All tours must be booked in advance! Booking while onboard is limited! Never, never, never use tour operators on the pier. You put yourself and loved ones into terrible situation. Call me to discuss this question 772 2409797” – Nadia
Western Itinerary for Oasis and Allure of the Seas
The best beaches of the Caribbean and is one of the most well-kept and well-equipped of the country.
A mix of traditional Haitian dwellings and prosperous hill-perched villas.
The Baie d’Acul (Bay of Acul), almost completely closed off from the Atlantic Ocean and immune to any storm.Christopher Columbus used that bay as a shelter during his first voyage.
The Santa Maria, Columbus’ flag ship, fell victim to a reef further down the cost from Acul near the Haitian town of Caracul. Across the bay, many small islands and reefs complete the vista. On a clear day, you can see the famous Ile de la Tortue (Tortuga Island) on the horizon.
My suggestion for Labadee: Temazcsal Mayan Streamlodge Experience and Dragon’s Breath Flight Line. Sounds interesting? Contact me!” – Nadia
- The largest inhabited island in Mexico.
- On either side of the island, beaches form a long, white sandy coast.
- Gentle waves and transparent waters wash the western side of the island, while huge waves crash against the eastern side.
- The island is surrounded by more than 25 reef formations.
- Endless coral inhabited by immense shoals of colorful fish.
- A paradise for divers from all over the world.
My suggestion for Cozumel: Atlantis Submarine, Tulum Mayan Ruins, snorkeling and diving.” – Nadia
- Historical district;
- Georgian-Era English architecture;
- Dunn’s River Falls near by;
- Beautiful beaches;
- Green Grotto Caves.
My suggestions for Falmouth: Dunn’s River Falls and Green Grotto Caves.” – Nadia
Eastern Itinerary for Oasis and Allure of the Seas
- The capital of The Bahamas;
- Well-preserved colonial buildings, duty free shopping, one of the largest straw markets in the Caribbean, thrilling land and sea sports, pristine beaches, delightful cuisine and unique cultural activities;
- Paradise Island is linked to Nassau by bridge and has gorgeous beaches, luxury hotels, a large casino and first class entertainment.
My recommendation for Bahamas: visit Atlantis and Big 3: Snorkel, Kayak & Dolphins. Contact me if you need my advice.” – Nadia
Charlotte Amalie, St. Thomas, Virgin Islands of the United States
- “Duty-free shopping capital of the world.”
- Visitors can bring home $1,200 in merchandise without paying duty – twice the limit of most of the Caribbean.
- A picturesque town built on three hills.
- It became capital of the American territory of the Virgin Islands in 1917, when the former Danish West Indies were purchased.
My recommendation for Charlotte Amalie: shopping and relaxing half-day sail to Buck Island.” – Nadia
Philipsburg, St. Maarten
- Is widely known for its colonial architecture.
- The town began as a Dutch trading center status as a leading duty-free port.
- It is a shopper’s dream.
My suggestion for St. Maarten: Compete in an actual race on an America’s Cup shortened course and shopping.” – Nadia
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