Royal Caribbean Cuises, Caribe Meridional

The Enchantment of the Seas is refurbished and full of new and exciting features. It offers new activities for the more adventurous passengers, such as bungee trampolines and suspension bridges and an expanded pool deck.

  • 4 days 6 days 8 days
  • Category 1:$. $. $. 749
  • Category 2:$. $. $. 949
  • Category 3:$. $. $. 1,549
  • VIP Upgrade:$. $. $.
* Las tarifas son por persona y están sujetas a cambios.
  • Departures:Colon - Panama
  • Boat name:Enchantment
  • Duration:7 days
  • Departure time:19:30
  • Guide:Included
  • Ground transportationIncluded
  • Tickets:Not included
  • Food:Included
  • Drinks:Included
  • Travel insurance:Not included



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Day 1:

Arrive to the city of Columbus in central Caribbean coast of Panama. It is one of the most important cities of the country, offering crystal blue waters and white sand are always an enchanting setting to start a cruise vacation. Boarding evening where they met the expedition staff and cabin to begin our adventure through the most exotic Caribbean islands.

Day 2:

Cartagena is a colonial style town located in the center of the northeastern Caribbean coast of Colombia. It is the city that will surprise you, friendly people, centuries of history, museums, centuries-old buildings, beautiful beaches and islands. Disembark to visit the beautiful beaches surrounding the city.

Day 3:

Santa Marta, capital of the department of Magdalena, located on the edge of the Caribbean Sea, north of Colombia. Known for its colonial past, and especially the beauty of Caribbean beaches, framed by lush and unspoilt nature, have been recognized among the finest in the world. It has a unique architectural heritage that evokes the days of the banana boom.

Day 4:

Oranjestad only in the picturesque southern coast of Aruba, 24 miles off the coast of Venezuela. It is a real paradise for beach lovers, beaches are composed of fine white sand and calm waters that fall in love with anyone. Oranjestad is also the place to buy or take a look at the Aruban art market and local crafts.

Day 5:

Willemstad is the capital of the Netherlands Antilles and one of the areas selected in the list of UNESCO World Heritage. This city is famous as a unique example of Dutch colonial architecture in the Caribbean Sea, and its historic area, downtown and harbor. It is recognized by divers and underwater paradise, with over sixty dive sites, where the most impressive spectacle unfolds before their eyes.

Day 6:

Day at sea. It is an opportunity to take advantage of the activities and services offered on board. You can choose the rest and used to sunbathe in the pool. Enjoy the different activities offered by the ship and in the afternoon, you can enjoy the pleasures in the pubs and restaurants available to observe the stars and be caressed by sea breezes.

Day 7:

Lemon port is one of the more important ports of Costa Rica, the place chosen by many of the cruise ships that ply the Caribbean Sea. It is one of the oldest cities on the continent since it was established when Cristobal Colon during his exploration of the New World. It has splendid views over the coastal area, huge beaches, cliffs, reefs and mangroves, a very important plant species in the region.

Day 8:

During the night of the seventh day sail back to the city of Colon, on the morning anchor to terminate our Southern Caribbean cruise.


It recommended lead

Sun hat, sunglasses, sandals, sneakers, bathing suit, umbrella, waterproof sunscreen, snorkel and mask, beach towel and bath, windbreaker, light clothing, camera, binoculars.

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