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Featuring all the best of our second Cuban Experience combined with an extended land tour across Jamaica, this cruise begins in the capital of Kingston, where the Blue Mountains provide a thrilling backdrop. Then drive to glamourous Port Antonio, one of the most beautiful towns on the island, once described by Errol Flynn as “a paradise unspoiled by human hands”.
In Ocho Rios, see the gardens of Fern Gully and Jamaica’s most famous waterfall, Dunn’s River Falls. Then take a tour of the island’s second city, Montego Bay, which has some of the Caribbean’s oldest and most prestigious stately residences.
Sail north to Cuba for salsa-infused Santiago de Cuba, picturesque Casilda and Trinidad, followed by the city of “one hundred fires”, Cienfuegos, and an overnight stay in Havana, giving you time to experience the irrepressible energy and Latin heat of one of the world’s greatest capitals.
|26 Feb Monday||Kingston, Jamaica Fly to Kingston and transfer to hotel||overnight hotel|
|27 Feb Tuesday||Ocho Rios, Jamaica Morning city sightseeing. Drive to Port Antonio for lunch at Frenchman's Cove. Afternoon sightseeing en route to Ocho Rios for dinner and overnight.||overnight hotel|
|28 Feb Wednesday||Montego Bay, Jamaica Morning sightseeing of Fern Gully and Konoko Gardens. Enjoy lunch at the hotel before an afternoon drive to Montego Bay for dinner and overnight.||overnight hotel|
|01 Mar Thursday||Montego Bay, Jamaica Take a tour of Greenwood Great House and Rose Hall.||overnight hotel|
|02 Mar Friday||Montego Bay, Jamaica Transfer to Aegean Odyssey.||6.00pm|
|03 Mar Saturday||Santiago de Cuba, Cuba Full day to El Morro castle and the house of Diego Velazquez, the oldest on the island. Meet with practitioners of the Santeria religion and witness the changing of the guard at Santa Ifigenia Cemetery. Enjoy a dance presentation by the Cutumba company and a scenic drive through Revolution Square and the Moncada Barracks.||8.00am||8.00pm|
|04 Mar Sunday||At sea Lectures & activities at sea|
|05 Mar Monday||Casilda for Trinidad, Cuba Full day of Trinidad’s Spanish colonial highlights, including the Museo Historico Municipal, the Museo de Arquitectura Trinitaria and a guided tour of the Museo Romantico. Meet the artist Lazaro Niebla (or visit the Crochet Project) and explore the historic Manaca Iznaga Sugar Plantation. Then see some traditional pottery being made.||8.00am||6.00pm|
|06 Mar Tuesday||Cienfuegos, Cuba Full day guided tour to Punta Gorda and the Botanical Gardens. Enjoy an exclusive musical performance by the children of the Cuban Union of Artists and Writers (UNEAC) and visit some artist studios near the city’s main square, Parque Marti. Then enjoy a private performance by the Chorus of Cienfuegos at the Tomas Terry Theatre.||8.00am||6.00pm|
|07 Mar Wednesday||At sea Lectures & activities at sea|
|08 Mar Thursday||Havana, Cuba Full day walking tour of Havana’s old quarter including the Baroque Roman Catholic cathedral. Visit a community arts project and meet with local artists at the San Jose market. Attend a private rehearsal by the Malpaso dance company and enjoy a guided tour of the Museo de Bellas Artes before an exclusive performance by members of the Buena Vista Social Club.||8.00am||overnight|
|09 Mar Friday||Havana, Cuba Disembark Aegean Odyssey and transfer to airport for flight home||Disembark|
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