So., 07. Apr.|
Terrance B. Lettsome International Airpo
BRITISH VIRGIN ISLANDS Sailing, Snorkeling, & Sea Life|AW
Relish the sun, sand, and warm ocean breeze on an eight-day luxury Caribbean yacht cruise through the British Virgin Islands with swimming, sailing, snorkeling, and scuba diving in April 2019. (Scuba diving is operated and arranged by the Cuan Law)
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07. Apr. 2019, 03:00 – 13. Apr. 2019, 07:00
Terrance B. Lettsome International Airpo, British Virgin Islands
Über die Veranstaltung
Arrive in Tortola this morning (or a few days early if you like)! You can board the boat between noon and 3:00pm, so be sure to arrive early enough to make your way to the boat.
we will arrange a taxi transfer for you from the Tortola Airport, the Tortola ferry dock, or a Tortola hotel to the boat. These will be arranged roughly a month before departure.
Suggested hotels if you’d like to arrive early and/or stay on Tortola after the trip: ` Maria’s Hotel by the Sea: www.mariasbythesea.com ` Village Cay Hotel and Marina: www.villagecaybvi.com
If you want to stay a bit longer and be at a hotel/inn or beach resort: ` Sebastian’s on the Beach: www.sebastiansbvi.com/ ` Long Bay Beach Club: www.longbay.com
Make Your own Way to Tortola
Board the Cuan Law, your home away from home, between noon and 3:00pm. Meet your group and AdventureWomen Ambassador.
Board the Cuan Law
Sit down to a delicious dinner as a group and enjoy the sunset from the boat.
DAY 2 TO 6
A Typical Day on the Cuan Law
When you hear a bell, it’s either time to snorkel and dive (all dives operated by the Cuan Law), or to eat! Mornings begin with a delicious buffet-style breakfast including coffee, fresh fruits, homemade muffins, breads, pastries, , as well as a hot meal. Before breakfast, however, there are opportunities to take out a sea kayak for an early morning paddle, or just sit on the deck and watch the sun come up over the turquoise Caribbean waters.
After breakfast, set sail to find a beautiful spot to anchor. With an abundance of vibrant shallow reefs and intriguing caves, you’ll have plenty of opportunities to grab a mask and snorkel or to scuba dive to investigate the marine world. Masks, fins, snorkels, and flotation vests are part of your package. There are dozens of anchorages and over 100 dive sites for scuba divers and snorkelers. The itinerary of the boat varies from week to week, depending on the weather, and the whims of the captain.
Lunch is served under the shaded rear deck canopy. Between meals there are plenty of snacks including chocolate goodies, fresh fruit, and delicious hors d’oeuvres in the afternoon. After lunch, you’ll begin sailing to your anchorage where the boat moors for the night. Once you arrive there are more opportunities for snorkeling or scuba diving. You might also want to go ashore. Sandy white beaches are not to be missed, especially on the day of the special beach barbecue at The Baths on Virgin Gorda. The Baths is a unique rock formation of huge boulders and hidden sea pools. The crystal blue waters and many pools filled with tropical fish make this area a popular snorkeling and scuba diving spot.
Legend has it that pirates’ treasure was discovered on Norman Island around the turn of the century. Believed to be the Treasure Island of Robert Lewis Stevenson’s book, the Caves at Norman Island are a great place to dive and snorkel. The steep cliffs drop down as deep as 40 feet and are home to fish, sponges, corals, and shrimp.
Dinner is a classic sit-down event with china and crystal, and is the culinary highlight of the day. A savory blend of international cuisine and hearty island cooking are complimented by a selection of fine wines. Make sure to save room for desserts such as Key Lime Pie and Brownies Fantasia. After dinner you might play some games as a group, or watch the sun go down as you sip a nightcap from the boat’s bar. Scuba divers can choose to do an exciting night dive, an experience that you won’t soon forget!
Please note: WE will attempt to adhere to the itinerary as much as possible. However, certain conditions (political, climatic, environmental, and cultural) may necessitate changes in the itinerary. We reserves the right to alter any itinerary at any time, if necessary. We will attempt to notify participants of changes as far in advance as possible. Costs incurred by such changes will be the responsibility of the participants.
Enjoy one last morning on the boat before docking in Tortola. Head home, or perhaps spend an extra night or two on Tortola. If you are planning to scuba dive, please plan your flights accordingly.
Dock in Tortola around 10am, and do some shopping before you have to head to the airport. we will arrange taxi transfers for you to the airport. If you have a late afternoon flight, you can store your luggage on the Cuan Law until your departure.
Main Trip: $5,590
Optional Single Accommodations: $750
` Accommodations based on double occupancy ` Meals as noted in the itinerary ` All alcoholic beverages ` All transportation throughout the trip ` Snorkeling, swimming, kayaking, and shore excursions ` Snorkel gear (mask, snorkel, fins) ` Scuba dives for those who are certified (can only be arranged directly with the Cuan Law upon arrival; operated by the Cuan Law) ` Gratuities for the crew ` English-speaking guide throughout the trip.
` International airfare ` Meals not specified in itinerary ` Scuba instruction, operated by the Cuan Law and to be arranged directly upon arrival ` Scuba rental gear ` Items of a personal nature ` Passport and visa fees ` Travel insurance