Grand Circle Island Caribbean- All Inclusive

Island Princess All -Inclusive Grand Circle Caribbean cruise from Fort Lauderdale

Princess Plus Package Included

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22nd December 2024
7th November 2025
  • Departure Date: 21st December 2024
  • Total Nights: 16 Nights
  • Cruise: Island Princess
  • Package Type: Cruise and Stay
  • Includes Hotel Stay
£2389 *pp
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With an emphasis on destination leadership and local expertise, Princess is an excellent choice for the discerning traveller seeking to sail in comfort.

Last refit
  • Return flights from the UK
  • Airport transfers
  • One-night's four-star room-only accommodation in Fort Lauderdale
  • 14-nights' full-board cruise accommodation onboard Island Princess
  • Princess Plus package with drinks, wi-fi and gratuities included.
Cruise Itinerary
Day 1
Fly from the UK to Miami, USA
Fly to Miami and transfer to your Fort Lauderdale beach hotel for an overnight hotel stay. Known as the Venice of America with lots of inland waterways, million pound mansions and a white sand beach stretching as far as the eye can see. There are a number of excellent restaurants, bars and shops to be found overlooking the beach along the main palm tree lined beach promenade. La Galleria Mall has some top name brands and upmarket stores for air conditioned comfort. While the main shopping street is Las Olas Boulevard the of Fort Lauderdale. Visit the evening dining and entertainment area called overlooking the canals and waterways. You will also find Sawgrass Mills - a huge factory outlet shopping mall - the biggest in Florida. Close by is the Everglades for exhilarating airboat rides. Call our sales consultants to add on extra nights.
Day 2
Port Everglades, USA
Make your own way to nearby Port Everglades on the edge of Fort Lauderdale to embark the ship.
Day Days 3 to 4
At sea
Relax and make the most of the myriad of facilities available on board the ship, from fantastic entertainment to delicious and diverse dining options.
Day 5
Basseterre, St Kitts
St Kitts is a member of the British Commonwealth and lies at the top of the Lesser Antilles chain close to Antigua. Cruise ships moor at the cruise pier called port Zante in the capital Basseterre right in front of the shops. Visit Brimstone Hill National Park known as the Gibraltar of the West Indies and the sister island of Nevis just a 45-minute ferry ride way. Get a good feel for the island on the scenic railway – originally built to transport sugar cane or chill out at one of the best beaches on the island Cockleshell Beach. This 2 mile stretch of white sand beach is relatively unspoilt and overlooks the island of Nevis. Try an invigorating natural Aloe Vera massage on the beach – it does wonders for your sunburn!!!
Day 6
Point A Pitre, Gaudeloupe
Guadeloupe looks like a butterfly from the air. Its giant wings are actually two islands, separated by the Rivière Salée, a natural salt water channel. Basse Terre, the southern or leeward part of Guadeloupe, is lush and rugged, dominated by La Soufrière. A stream of boiling water gushes from the top of the 4,800-ft. mountain, reminding you that this volcano is not dormant, but very much alive.
Day 7
Bridgetown, Barbados
This is probably the most popular island for British holiday makers and one of our top three Caribbean destinations. There are two reasons for this - the incredible white sand beaches on the sheltered western side of the island and because it’s the only Caribbean Island to be colonised by one nation – the Brits! You will even find a Trafalgar Square here. Bridgetown is the capital lying in the South Western corner of the island. There is a large cruise dock where shuttle buses take you from the cruise ship to the terminal. The closest beach to the cruise terminal is Boatyard Beach - a white sand happening beach that is well equipped particularly in its Adventure Beach area with lots of things to do. There is an entrance charge which includes sunbeds and a free shuttle back to your ship. Barbados is famous for its Golf Courses – particularly at Sandy Lane, its cricket and perhaps take time out to visit Sunbury Plantation House over 300 years old.
Day 8
Castries, Saint Lucia
St Lucia is one of the top three islands in the Caribbean and also one of our favourites. Another lush tropical island and part of the Windward Island group. The capital is Castries in the North West and there is a lush verdant rain forest in the centre. This island is volcanic and is most famous for Les Pitons – two twin conical shaped mountains. St Lucia became part of the British Common wealth as recently as 1979. Unlike many islands - St Lucia is not wholly reliant on the cruise ships and it exports much of its produce such as bananas, coconut, cocoa, nutmeg and sugar cane. There are charming fishing villages, bustling markets, & stunning volcanic scenery. Check out picturesque Marigot Bay the location of many films, trek through the rainforest and take a refreshing dip in a waterfall or be adventurous and take a jungle top zip wire adventure. The best beach is Rodney Bay with its white sands or longer Reduit Beach - both north of Castries.
Day 9
St Georges, Grenada
Known as the Spice island where the aromas of Nutmeg , cinnamon and Cocoa hang in the air. This volcanic island with tropical rainforests and waterfalls lies at the southern end of the Windward Island chain. Most ships dock at the quayside, and the closest beach is Grand Anse beach -a two mile stretch of white sand. Perhaps visit the Grand Etang cobalt blue lake and take a refreshing dip in the Royal Mt Carmel waterfall or perhaps go river tubing on the Balthazar River. There is also the unique underwater sculpture park at Molinere Point for keen snorkelers.
Day 10
Trinidad and Tobago
Trinidad and Tobago are an exercise in beautiful contradiction. In Trinidad, pristine mangrove swamps and rain-forested hills sit side by side with smoke-belching oil refineries and ugly industrial estates. Tobago has everything you’d expect from a Caribbean island, with palm trees and white sand aplenty, yet it’s relatively unchanged by the tourist industry. Combined, this twin-island republic offers unparalleled bird-watching, first-class diving, luxuriant rainforests prime for hiking, waterfall swimming and cycling, and electric nightlife, with the fabulous Carnival easily the biggest and best of the region’s annual blowouts.
Day 11
At sea
Relax and make the most of the myriad of facilities available on board the ship, from fantastic entertainment to delicious and diverse dining options.
Day 12
Willemstad, Curacao
This volcanic island is sandwiched in between Bonaire and Aruba and is lies in the far South of the Caribbean just 40 miles off the coast of Venezuela. The capital Willemstad is a cosy Dutch haven with its neat row houses which are 17th and 18th century Dutch colonial buildings. Visit the Hato Caves formed from coral reefs, the freshwater waterfall and Shete-Boka National Park with its limestone tidal cavern. The Ostrich Farm is the largest outside of Africa where you can feed the birds and watch the Ostrich dance. Best souvenir buys are Delft pottery and of course the Sapphire Blue Liqueur –Curacao.
Day 13
Oranjestad, Aruba
Aruba is situated just 15-miles off the coast of Venezuela at the Southern end of the Caribbean. This island is just 5 Miles wide by 19 Miles long so getting around does not take long and is relatively in-expensive. The north side of the island has an exposed rocky coast while the south coast has the soft white sand beaches, great shopping, stunning sea and desert landscape views. All of this can be experienced from the capital Oranjestad with its heavy Dutch influences. The closet beaches to the capital are Surfside Beach and Druif-Beach both with soft white sand. Aruba is a mecca for American tourist and beach holidays. Ships moor at the quayside and it is a short walk into town.
Day Days 14 to 15
At Sea
Relax and make the most of the myriad of facilities available on board the ship, from fantastic entertainment to delicious and diverse dining options.
Day 16
Fly from Miami, USA overnight to the UK
Disembark the ship after breakfast at Port Everglades and transfer to Miami Airport for your overnight flight home.
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B Ocean Resort Fort Lauderdale

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Total Nights: 1 Night Stay
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