Multi-City Caribbean Cruise with Stops in Jamaica, Cozumel, and Panama
The trip includes:
- 11 nights of accommodations
- All meals
On this 11-night, five-city cruise, you’ll set out from Miami aboard the MSC Divina and travel south through the Caribbean Sea. At each port of call, you’ll have free time to check out the local attractions or embark on a planned excursion (additional fees apply). Click here for the full, day-by-day itinerary.
Day 3: Falmouth
The first stop is Falmouth, a Jamaican town overlooking the azure waters of Montego Bay. You’ll have the whole day to lounge on the beach or check out the area’s impressive Georgian architecture. Walking tours along Market Street venture past historic chapels, homes, and courthouses. Consider making the trip about an hour east to Dunn’s River Falls, where water tumbles down 600 feet of rocks resembling stair steps.
Day 5: Oranjestad
In Aruba’s charming capital city, candy-colored buildings line a waterfront boardwalk where you’ll find cafes and boutiques selling handcrafted souvenirs. Be sure to visit Queen Wilhelmina Park, where cobblestone paths wend past sculptures and beautifully landscaped plants and trees.
Day 6: Willemstad
The next stop is Willemstad, a colorful port city that’s one of only six UNESCO World Heritage sites in the Caribbean, thanks to its hundreds of well-preserved buildings dating back to the 18th century. Some of the city’s interesting features include the Queen Emma Bridge, a pedestrian walkway floating atop 16 pontoon boats, and a floating market where vendors in boats sell fresh papaya, seafood, and spices.
Day 8: Cristobal
Cristobal borders the Atlantic Ocean on the northern shore of Panama. While you’re here, you can take an optional boat ride along the world-famous Panama Canal between the Pacific and Atlantic Oceans.
Day 10: Cozumel
During the final leg of the trip, the ship veers north to Cozumel, a breathtaking Mexican island surrounded by brilliant coral reefs. Unsurprisingly, scuba diving is a favorite pastime here—you can see colorful fish and explore underwater caves. For an additional fee, an optional excursion lets participants swim and interact with dolphins in their natural environment.
Read the Fine Print for important info on travel dates and other restrictions.