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Among the many luxury cruise itineraries available from Regent Seven Seas Cruises for the next couple of years is this inspiring adventure. After three nights spent at the beautiful Fairmont Royal Pavilion on Barbados' premium platinum coast, embark the mighty Seven Seas Navigator and set off from bustling Bridgetown. Throughout the voyage, you’ll discover some of the Caribbean’s most captivating and exclusive ports, choosing from unlimited complimentary excursions in each. Explore like a local as you traverse the mountains of Trinidad by 4WD Jeep, unwind in the geothermal springs of Dominica and snorkel in Guadeloupe’s marine parks.
From £6,295 p.p. – SAVING £4,570 per couple. Based on 13 Feb 22 departure. (2 nights pre-cruise at Fairmont Royal Pavilion, plus 10 nights sailing aboard the Seven Seas Navigator, plus 2 nights post-cruise at Fairmont Royal Pavilion)
Spend two nights pre-cruise and post-cruise at the gorgeous Fairmont Royal Pavilion in Barbados, a stunning resort nestled peacefully on a half mile of pristine sandy beach.
This itinerary includes some of the region’s smallest and most elite ports, offering an exclusive Caribbean experience and outstanding natural beauty.
Absolutely everything is included. We’re talking return flights, transfers, unlimited Wi-Fi, all beverages (including fine wine and spirits), gourmet dining and gratuities.
One of the fleet’s smaller ships, you can expect plenty of space for social distancing, as well as truly unrivalled service.
While on this Regent Seven Seas Cruise, discover some of the Caribbean's most dreamy destinations. You can explore alone or embrace one of up to 83 complimentary, unlimited shore excursions that are carefully curated to best showcase these enchanting islands - from snorkelling and hiking through the rainforest, to rum tasting and visiting family-run nutmeg manufacturers.
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Spend two nights before your cruise at the beautiful Fairmont Royal Pavilion. Hidden away on the beautiful Platinum Coast, this intimate retreat in acres of lush manicured gardens lies in front of half a mile of pristine beach, regarded as one of the most beautiful and exclusive in Barbados. A sanctuary of luxury and tranquillity beneath gently swaying palm trees, Fairmont Royal Pavilion blends old-world grace and stunning scenery - a place where you can make memories that last a lifetime.
Take a private car transfer to Bridgetown Port.
Beautiful Barbados is where your adventure on the Caribbean Sea begins. From its capital Bridgetown – known for its British colonial architecture, 17th-century Garrison and horse racing tack – embark the mighty Seven Seas Navigator and settle into your ocean-facing suite.
The capital of Trinidad & Tobago, the colourful Port of Spain combines a rich multi-cultural heritage and early 20th century mansions with striking skyscrapers and lush gardens. Possible excursions include touring a distillery that produces some of the finest rum in Trinidad, seeing the wildly different architectural styles of several local mansions, observing countless water birds in an expansive wetlands sanctuary, or riding into remote scenic areas of Trinidad in a 4x4 Jeep to mingle with the friendly locals and sample traditional cuisine.
Grenada’s natural beauty is second to none, blessed with some of the Caribbean’s best beaches and crystal-clear waters, not to mention a scenic rainforest paradise, hiding natural springs and waterfalls under its leafy, green canopy. You will disembark in the charming capital of St. George’s, where the narrow streets, handsome buildings and bustling harbour are great to explore on foot. You can spend an enlightening day touring Grenada’s signature destinations and attractions – from 18th century forts to bright blue crater lakes – or learn about unusual spices and herbs grown throughout Grenada, ‘the Spice Island’, as well as visiting a nutmeg manufacturer. Other excursions include clear-bottom kayaking, hiking to the rainforest’s highest point or simply lazing on gorgeous Grand Anse Beach.
Known as the "City of Arches" because of the many volcanic stone archways throughout the downtown area, Kingstown is an inviting place to explore, home to authentic markets and beautiful botanical gardens. Possible excursions from here include sailing along the beautiful leeward coast of St. Vincent, spotting scenery from the ‘Pirates of the Caribbean’ movies, or snorkelling over a coral reef teeming with marine life. If you prefer to stay on land, you can trace the island’s history at Fort Charlotte, visit several striking churches and explore Mesopotamia Valley, where much of St. Vincent’s fruits, vegetables and spices are grown.
Dramatic, majestic and simply stunning, Dominica is nicknamed 'the Nature Island' of the Caribbean, and is more secluded and less developed than many others. The charming and compact capital of Roseau is quaint and easy to explore on foot, home to a variety of 18th century French architecture, the bustling Old Market Square, the New Market, Dominica Museum, beautiful Botanical Gardens and more. Choose from a range of captivating excursions here. You may opt for a yoga class amid virgin rainforest, a cruise to observe whales and dolphins, a rejuvenating dip in a natural hot spring or a swim through a steep narrow gorge to the base of a picture-perfect waterfall.
With a relaxed island charm, spellbinding scenery and undeniable vivacity, Antigua promises the ultimate Caribbean island escape. It is synonymous with sailing, plays home to world-class golf courses, showcases its rich heritage across several historical sites, and boasts an astonishing 365 beautiful beaches around its coastline. Head out along the coast by catamaran, sipping champagne and feasting on lobster, or savour a sampling of Antiguan rums at a local rum shack. You could also enjoy a hands-on cooking lesson, swim with stingrays in their natural habitat or join a professional photographer to capture images of the island’s most magical scenery.
Spectacular St. Barths offers an alluring mix of French sophistication, Caribbean charm and Swedish cool. Frequented by the world’s elite and filled with stunning mega yachts, the capital Gustavia’s vibrant harbour exudes exclusivity and elegance, often referred to as the ‘Saint Tropez of the Caribbean’. Disembark here and discover the area’s vibrant atmosphere, an array of designer boutiques and some seriously sleek cocktail bars. Though measuring just eight square miles, there is plenty to do on the island. Complimentary Regent excursions include marvelling at the diverse marine life by semi-submersible vessel, trekking through areas seldom encountered by visitors, and exploring the island in ATV – either taking the wheel yourself or enjoying the scenery as a passenger.
Pointe-à-Pitre lies on Grande-Terre and is the largest city of Guadeloupe, an island that promises plenty of adventure. With the huge variety of eye-opening excursions, you can snorkel in waters Jacques Cousteau praised for their clarity and marine life, spot spider monkeys and parrots as you walk along suspension bridges in the tree canopy, hike through rainforest to a waterfall that Columbus noted in his 1493 journal, or tour a historical sugarcane plantation and sample the fine rums produced there.
As its name suggests, Fort-de-France is fabulously French, home to the striking Cathédral St-Louis, several French-built forts, a serene central park and pristine beaches that rival those of the Riviera. Unforgettable excursions include a jaw-dropping helicopter flight over the island, sampling several distinctive rums produced with premium blue sugar cane, and cruising across lovely Fort de France Bay in a catamaran, stopping to swim with green turtles or lie on a stunning sandy beach.
Pristine palm-fringed beaches, coconut orchards, natural waterfalls, rainforests sheltering birds of paradise, natural waterfalls and the UNESCO-listed Pitons await in St. Lucia. See the highlights of the capital Castries from the comfort of a charming open-air trolley train or ride through the rainforest canopy by gondola, keeping your eyes peeled for the endemic St. Lucia parrot. Featured on the national flag, marvel at the iconic Pitons and follow the scenic path to the thundering, mineral-rich Diamond waterfall, or tour a local estate with its owners, as they describe the laid-back way of life on St. Lucia.
Your cruise ends back in beautiful Barbados, as you disembark in the capital Bridgetown. Take a private transfer to Fairmont Royal Pavilion for another luxurious two-night stay.
Take a private car transfer to the airport for your flight to the UK.
This voyage sails in February, an ideal time to escape the British winter and head to the Caribbean. During this time, the islands experience plenty of sunshine and next to no rainfall.
14 NIGHTS FROM £6,295 per person
Price based upon economy flights from London, transfers, UK airport lounge passes and meals and excursions as specified.
A variety of shore excursions is offered on each cruise itinerary. Please speak to your Luxury Travel Specialist for more details.
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