Have you ever Dreamed of Cruising on the Southern Caribbean?
The only way Mike and I could enjoy this trip is if you went with us!!!!
Let me know if this sounds fun to you!
|•||San Juan, Puerto Rico: While San Juan is a bustling, modern port city, it also has one foot anchored proudly in the past, dating back to its time as a Spanish colonial outpost. Many of the old structures, including forts and cathedrals, date back to the early 16th century and the conquest by Juan Ponce de León in 1508.|
|•||St. Croix, U.S. Virgin Island: Columbus first came to these white sand shores over 500 years ago, and since that time visitors have been discovering and rediscovering this island's many pleasures. You can enjoy duty-free shopping in Christiansted or Frederiksted, or explore restored sugar plantations overlooking the sea.|
|•||Basseterre, St. Kitts: With a town square fashioned after London's Piccadilly Circus, St. Kitts blends the gentrified feel of a European capital with island ease. For centuries, the island was well known as one of the region's largest producers of sugarcane.|
|•||Roseau, Dominica: Access the largely untouched interior of Dominica via an extensive network of nature and hiking trails, which will take you on an odyssey through the lush landscape past waterfalls, clear-running streams, and bubbling hot springs. If you'd prefer swimming to hiking, try the world-class scuba diving.|
|•||St. George's, Grenada: The seductive breezes that gently caress this island do more than cool down Grenada's sultry nights. They carry a bouquet of fragrances-from the island's many spice plantations, its sugarcane fields, and its rum distilleries-enveloping the landscape in a distinctive perfume.|
|•||Charlotte Amalie, St. Thomas: This capital port of the U.S. Virgin Islands is on the coast of a mountainous tropical paradise. Catch a great view of the Caribbean Sea from Drake's Seat or find your way to Paradise Point and their tram overlooking the harbor.|