Escape the day job this October and grab a 4-night cruise across the Bahamas. Leave your worries at the office door because you’ll be sailing to a place where living is made easy, think calming waters, pink-sand beaches and nonstop blue skies.
And that’s not even the exciting part – this once-in-a-lifetime sailing will take place on Carnival Victory. This ship puts the fun in cruise with its comical competitions, trivia, bingo and slots tournaments. But that’s just for the adults onboard, kids are well looked after too with plenty of age-specific activities such as the ship’s new Seuss at Sea family program.
Sound like your kind of sailing? If so, let us tell you the details. This price is based on a cruise-only, so all you need is your flights and you’re good to go. Plus, while onboard you’ll get to take advantage of fine dining in the main restaurants and 24-hour room service at no extra cost along with some amazing entertainment. However, you will charged for your drinks, apart from tea, coffee, lemonade, orange juice and water.
- Day 1 – Port Canaveral (Orlando) depart at 4:00pm
- Day 2 – Freeport, 8.00am-5.00pm
- Day 3 – Nassau, 8.00am-5.00pm
- Day 4 – Fun day at sea
- Day 5 – Port Canaveral (Orlando) arrive at 8:00am
- 4 nights aboard Carnival Victory, in an interior stateroom
- All meals and onboard entertainment
Sunday 31st July – £318 per person
Tuesday 4th September – £298 per person
Prices may change and holidays are subject to availability.
As the main city on Grand Bahama resort and the centre of the tourism, there’s plenty to do on this lively island. Apart from the obvious stunning beaches and glorious climate, Freeport has a lot more to show for itself including duty-free shopping, a great nightlife scene and stunning national parks. So, when you’re not baking on the warm Bahamas sand, head towards Lucayan National Park where you’ll find one of the largest underwater cave systems in the world.
The city of Nassau is the capital of the Bahamas, making it one of the most-visited ports in the whole of the Caribbean. Most come here to soak up the island’s tropical climate and check out its amazing beach scene, while others come here to visit the islands main attraction, the Atlantis Paradise Resort.
This high-rise hotel has featured on just about every Bahamas travel guide and it’s all thanks to its huge outdoor aquarium, which is considered the biggest in the world. Or, if you want more of a traditional Bahamian experience, head downtown where you’ll find a mix of shops, restaurants, and street sellers.
Prices may change and cruises are subject to availability.
|Date:||23rd October 2016|
|Cruiseline:||Carnival Cruise Lines|
|Cabin Type:||Interior Stateroom|
0800 027 8302
Quote Reference: CDD-613 to find out more details.
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