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Oceania Cruises, Isles of Paradise from Miami, November 28, 2022

Oceania Cruises Southern Caribbean 22-day route

Cruising from: Miami, Florida;

Departure Date: 28 November, 2022;

Cruise Line: Oceania Cruises;

Cruise Ship: Sirena;

Duration: 22-day cruise;

Ports of Call: Miami, Great Stirrup Cay, Port Antonio, Aruba, Curacao, Bonaire, Grenada, St. Kitts, Pointe a Pitre, Bridgetown, Gustavia, Antigua, Iles des Saintes, Roseau, Martinique, St. Lucia, Kingstown, Port of Spain, Bridgetown;



22-day cruise to Miami, Great Stirrup Cay, Port Antonio, Aruba, Curacao, Bonaire, Grenada, St. Kitts, Pointe a Pitre, Bridgetown, Gustavia, Antigua, Iles des Saintes, Roseau, Martinique, St. Lucia, Kingstown, Port of Spain, Bridgetown on board Sirena.

Day 0 Miami, Florida

Miami is well known across the globe for its glitz and glamor and its beaches and sunny weather. PortMiami, formally the Dante B. Fascell Port of Miami, is a major seaport located in Biscayne Bay in Miami, Florida. PortMiami delivers a tropical vacation experience like no other port in the world.

Day 1 Great Stirrup Cay, Bahamas

Great Stirrup Cay is a small island that is part of the Berry Islands in the Bahamas and is owned by Norwegian Cruise Line (NCL). Great Stirrup Cay is an unspoiled paradise of magnificent white sand beaches, majestic coconut palms, and calm, pristine waters where an abundance of colorful marine life inhabits the surrounding coral reefs.

Day 2 At Sea, Cruising

Wonderful day at Sea.

Day 3 Port Antonio, Jamaica

Port Antonio is the capital of the parish of Portland on the northeastern coast of Jamaica. With its charming mess of markets, higglers (street vendors), and Georgian architecture in various states of disrepair, its greenery, and nearby beaches, the island was glamorized by Hollywood as a model of paradise in movies. One popular sight in this area is the Blue Lagoon in Jamaica, which owes its color to its depth of 200 feet. Other sights include the secluded Frenchman's Cove Beach, the ruins of Folly Mansion, and the historic DeMontevin Lodge. The Rio Grande, Boston Bay, and Reach Falls are also close by.

Day 4 At Sea, Cruising

Wonderful day at Sea.

Day 5 Aruba, Dutch Caribbean

Aruba is one of the three ABC islands in the southern Caribbean and a popular port of call for cruise ships from Miami, Florida. Aruba, a Caribbean island off the coast of Venezuela, is an extremely safe tourist paradise, filled with glistening white sand beaches and countless entertainment options. Aruba also has a unique climate, combining the Caribbean tropics with a beautiful desert landscape. The Aruba travel season from Miami, Florida, lasts all year since the weather stays consistently warm. The best way to maximize your happy memories on the One Happy Island is to spend some time researching the sights and attractions or try some adventurous activities and entertainment.

Day 6 Curacao, Dutch Caribbean

Curacao cruises put you in the center of the Southern Caribbean's action. The vibrantly colored island of Curacao, located some 37 miles north of the coast of Venezuela, is part of the ABC chain of islands, which also includes Aruba and Bonaire. Curacao has two main docking spots: the new Curacao Mega Pier (West Willemstad) and the Curacao Cruise Terminal (Mathey Wharf). Willemstad, often called the Amsterdam of the Caribbean, is the capital and main cruise port on the island of Curacao. It is like an old-world European metropolis that was dumped into the Caribbean. You can take a slow walk through the historic district and port, relax on Mambo Beach, or go to one of the city's many museums to learn about the area's rich cultural history.

Day 7 Bonaire, Dutch Caribbean

Bonaire, the westernmost of the Lesser Antilles, is an island and special municipality of the Kingdom of the Netherlands in the Caribbean. Although Bonaire is the least well-known of the three major islands that make up the Dutch Caribbean ABC (Aruba, Bonaire, and Curacao), it is known across the world as a scuba diver's paradise. Bonaire's capital is Kralendijk. Kralendijk is a great starting point for exploring the natural attractions of Bonaire. Due to Kralendijk's small size, the entire town grid may be traversed on foot. You'll find interesting places, including cafes, restaurants, pubs, public spaces, and art galleries. Booking an island tour or participating in outdoor pursuits like scuba diving, snorkeling, or mountain biking may allow you to see even more during your time in port.

Day 8 Grenada, Grenada

St. George's, the capital of Grenada, is a scenic city that is located in the southwest of the island. The town is frequently visited by cruise ships from all over the world, making it a popular port of call. It is known for its red-tiled roofed stores and homes that are scattered throughout the hillside of an old volcano crater. Walking is highly recommended if you want to get a feel for St. George's. Colonialism can be inferred from the brightly colored and vividly painted dwellings. The Grenada National Museum, Fort George, Market Square, Grande Anse Beach, St. Margaret's Falls, Mt. St. Catherine, and Grand Etang Nature Reserve with a crater lake are some of the places that are worth seeing on the island of Grenada.

Day 9 At Sea, Cruising

Wonderful day at Sea.

Day 10 St. Kitts, St. Kitts and Nevis

Saint Kitts and the neighboring island of Nevis constitute one country, the Federation of Saint Kitts and Nevis. St. Kitts has an irresistible collection of attractions, and it is easy to engage with the island through a host of activities. Port Zante is where cruise ship passengers arrive in Basseterre to be greeted by streets full of colorful modern shops selling souvenirs and duty-free goods.

Day 11 Pointe a Pitre, Guadeloupe

Pointe-a-Pitre, on the island of Grand Terre, is the largest city and economic center of Guadeloupe, with a sheltered cruise ship port five minutes from town. Colorful 19th-century buildings line the older streets, such as rue Achille Rene Boisneuf, and the focal point of the city is the Place de la Victoire, a park surrounded by old homes and restaurants. Browsing the bustling markets is one of the most popular things to do, with their tropical produce piled high, aromatic spices, and vendors dressed in flamboyant attire.

Day 12 Bridgetown, Barbados

Bridgetown, Barbados. Cruising to Buzios, Brazil. Brazil cruises.

Day 13 At Sea, Cruising

Wonderful day at Sea.

Day 14 Gustavia, St. Barts (Saint Barthelemy)

The largest town on Saint Barts and the administrative center of the French overseas collectivity in the French West Indies, Gustavia, is located on the island of Saint Barts. It is situated on the western shore of Saint Barthelemy, also known as Saint Barts. The port, which is located in a natural inlet that leads out onto the Bay of Gustavia, is the focal point of the city's layout. Picturesque Gustavia proudly bears traces of a long, Scandinavian presence as well as a rich, French historical past. These include the ruins of ancient forts, a lovely Anglican church with a wooden bell tower, the Wall House, island-style dwellings with colorful shutters, Swedish period warehouses, and a traditional neighborhood situated on a small beach that is dedicated to fishing. Gustavia is home to an eclectic mix of iguanas, night-blooming cactus, and fabulous beaches, as well as luxury yachts, designer boutiques, and celebrities.

Day 15 Antigua, Antigua and Barbuda

St. John's, the capital and port of Antigua, is where cruise ships dock. St. John's is a picturesque entry point into the island's history and culture. St. John's is lined with wooden homes that date back centuries and are now protected by iron roofs. Visit St. John's Cathedral in the downtown area to get a sense of the local religion and culture. You can reach the Heritage Quay open-air shopping center by heading southwest from the cathedral through the city. Have fun at King's Casino, located on the western end of 39ers Public Square and overlooking the Caribbean Sea, after a day of shopping or sightseeing. You can go about the island of Antigua quickly and easily from the St. John's Antigua Cruise Port, where you can also find many shops, bars, and stunning white sand beaches.

Day 16 Iles des Saintes, Guadeloupe

Iles des Saintes, sometimes referred to more colloquially as Les Saintes, is one of Guadeloupe's most prized possessions. Les Saintes (Iles des Saintes) is home to a plethora of exciting and unique experiences that vacationers can take advantage of throughout their time here. Fort Napoleon, located on both Bourg and Grand Bourg, is the island's most popular tourist destination. Some guests only stay on the Iles des Saintes for the day in order to participate in scuba diving activities.

Day 17 Roseau, Dominica

Roseau is the capital and largest city of Dominica. It is Dominica's most important port for foreign trade. The main buildings include a Roman Catholic cathedral, St. George's Church, Government House, and the Victoria Memorial Museum. There are botanic gardens, nearby waterfalls, thermal springs, and Morne Trois Pitons National Park, designated a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1997, which contains a flooded fumarole known as Boiling Lake.

Day 18 Martinique, Martinique

Fort de France is the capital of Martinique, the largest city in the French Antilles, and one of the major cities in the Caribbean. The city center is resplendent with architecture dating back to the start of the 19th century and monuments that speak of the island's history. The full range of shops, restaurants, and services are available in a distinctly Caribbean style. As the country's chief port and busiest commercial center, it is famous for exporting sugar, rum, tinned fruit, and cacao.

Day 19 St. Lucia, Saint Lucia

Saint Lucia is a sovereign island country in the West Indies in the eastern Caribbean Sea on the boundary with the Atlantic Ocean. Saint Lucia tends to be popular due to its tropical weather and scenery and its numerous beaches and resorts. Other tourist attractions include a drive-in volcano, Sulphur Springs, the Botanical Gardens, the majestic twin peaks, "The  a world heritage site, the rain forests, several options for boat trips, zip lining, and Pigeon Island National Park, which is home to Fort Rodney, an old British military base. Together with Caribbean music genres, Saint Lucia has a strong indigenous folk music tradition, and a popular folk dance is the Kwadril.

Day 20 Kingstown, Saint Vincent and the Grenadines

Kingstown is the capital, chief port, and main commercial center of Saint Vincent and the Grenadines. It is the center of the island's agricultural industry and a port of entry for tourists. For those who are interested in yachting and sport fishing, there are many organized activities. Kingstown has a number of cultural heritage sites like the Botanical Gardens, Fort Charlotte, the House of Assembly, and St. George's Cathedral. Traditional cultural practices such as tea meetings are occasionally held, and there has been some emphasis put on dance, drama, and music festivals.

Day 21 Port of Spain, Trinidad and Tobago

Port of Spain, located on the northwestern coast of Trinidad island, serves as the country's capital and largest city. The city is famous for its carnival, second only to Rio's in terms of importance, but it is favored by many because of its reputation for being safer. For those looking to party during their time on the islands of Trinidad and Tobago, Port of Spain is the place to be. Here, you can choose from a wide variety of nightclubs while listening to the distinctive sounds of Trinidadian steel pan calypso. Port of Spain is home to several notable tourist destinations, including the scenic Maracas Bay and the historic Fort George, the Red House, and the National Museum. Port of Spain is a great place to stay while you visit places like the Nariva Wetlands, the Bush Bush Sanctuary, and the coconut plantations of Manzanillo and Mayaro.

Day 22 Bridgetown, Barbados

Bridgetown, Barbados. Cruising to Buzios, Brazil. Brazil cruises.

Sail with Oceania Cruises from Miami to the Southern Caribbean. Discover the best of Florida, Bahamas, Cruising, Jamaica, Dutch Caribbean, Grenada, St. Kitts and Nevis, Guadeloupe, Barbados, St. Barts (Saint Barthelemy), Antigua and Barbuda, Dominica, Martinique, Saint Lucia, Saint Vincent and the Grenadines, Trinidad and Tobago on this Southern Caribbean cruise from Miami on board Sirena cruise ship. and discover amazing Miami, Great Stirrup Cay, Port Antonio, Aruba, Curacao, Bonaire, Grenada, St. Kitts, Pointe a Pitre, Bridgetown, Gustavia, Antigua, Iles des Saintes, Roseau, Martinique, St. Lucia, Kingstown, Port of Spain, Bridgetown. Sirena leaving Miami, Florida for 22 day from November 28, 2022.


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