Costa Favolosa Cruise from La Romana this Winter

Costa Favolosa Cruise from La Romana this Winter

Book early, cruise for less! SAVE $ 300 per couple‡ Book by August 31, 2019 and get: › A reduced deposit of only $ 150 › A future travel voucher of $ 50

All-in-one cruise package inclusions Roundtrip flights from Toronto to Punta Cana, roundtrip transfers to/from La Romana, 7 night cruise and all taxes

Southern Caribbean Itinerary A La Romana | Catalina Island | Tortola | St. Maarten | Martinique | Guadeloupe | La Romana

$1599 Interior Classic Stateroom Cat. IC Jan 6, 20, Feb 3 Ocean View Classic Stateroom Cat. EC $1799 Jan 6, 27, Feb 3 Balcony Classic Stateroom Cat. BC $2199 Jan 6, 20, 27, Feb 3


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You will visit the following 4 places:

Guadeloupe

Guadeloupe

Guadeloupe (sometimes known as the ''Butterfly Island''), a French overseas territory, is an island group in the southern Caribbean Sea. It is an archipelago of nine inhabited islands, including Basse-Terre, Grande-Terre, Marie-Galante, La Desirade, Iles des Saintes, Saint-Barthélemy, Iles de la Petite Terre, and Saint-Martin (French part of the island of Saint Martin). Guadeloupe is best known for its rich culture, volcano, beautiful scenery and wonderful beaches.

La Romana

La Romana

La Romana is the seventh-largest city in the Dominican Republic. The city is a hub for a growing tourist industry with several nearby local resort spots, such as the beachfront Bayahibe, Dominicus, Casa de Campo, and the growing number of golf resorts that surround the area.

Martinique

Martinique

Martinique is a Caribbean island that is an overseas department of France in the Caribbean Sea, north of St. Lucia and south of Dominica. In the South of the island, there are many lovely beaches with a lot of tourists. In the North, the rain forests and the black sand beaches are truly worth seeing. The interior of the island is mountainous. As part of France, Martinique is part of the European Union, and its currency is the euro. The official language is French, and virtually the entire population also speak Antillean Creole (Créole Martiniquais).

Martin

Martin

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