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2019 Belize & Roatan

12 Days, 11 Nights | Price Starting at $4,739.00

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Belize is an eco-lover's dream where flora, fauna and cultural heritage are the primary attractions. Swim and snorkel in the pristine tropical waters at several of the 200 cays which lie just off the mainland. This country is world-renown by serious snorkeling enthusiasts as an exceptional must-experience destination. The extensive barrier reef system teems with colorful and varied marine life including blue striped grunts, damsel fish, and sergeant majors. Naturalists onboard will enhance your knowledge of the area’s fragile ecosystems, wildlife, archaeology and ancient civilizations.

This itinerary features stops at Roatan and Utila located in the Bay Islands chain off the north coast of Honduras. These islands exude authentic Caribbean charm and have diverse topography from white sand beaches to jungle-covered hills. Meet native people who have maintained their identity and traditions despite the intrusion of the modern world. Optional tours from Belize City include excursions to a Mayan ruins site, the celebrated Belize Zoo, and more. Explore this world with BSSA. You’ll find this totally unspoiled, natural destination as impressive as we do.

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ADVENTURE DAY-BY-DAY

Belize City, Belize

Day 1

Belize City, Belize

Get up-close to the people, places and marine life of this unique area learning about the local eco systems, traditions and history. With a day in port, you can spend some time exploring Belize City as you slip into away… and onto your Caribbean adventure.
Goff Cay, Belize

Day 2

Goff Cay, Belize

Ideally located on the edge of the barrier reef, Goff Cay supports thriving populations of lobster and conch. Tonight, the upbeat sounds of the Caribbean come alive as a steel drum band performs.
Southwater Cay, Belize

Day 3

Southwater Cay, Belize

A rainbow of fish and coral lie beneath the surface of Belize’s barrier reef. Explore it’s splendor at Southwater Cay. Swim or snorkel around these spectacular waters, adorned by a private island covered in lush mangroves.  
Placencia Village, Belize

Day 4

Placencia Village, Belize

Replete with palm-lined beaches and home to a Creole community known as a traditional fishing village, this 16-mile peninsula has become known as an eco-destination. Step off the bow ramp of the ship and onto the sandy shore to visit this growing and diverse village.

Lime Cay, Belize

Day 5

Lime Cay, Belize

Part of the Sapodillas Cayes Marine Reserve, Lime Cay invites you to swim, snorkel or kayak in its spectacularly clear waters or lounge on its pristine beaches for a day of perfect relaxation.

 
Punta Gorda Town, Belize

Day 6

Punta Gorda Town, Belize

This southernmost town with a population of approximately 5,000 is a seaport and fishing town that is the commercial center for the entire district. On market days, the population doubles as Mopan and Kekchi Maya, Garifuna, Creole, East Indian and Mennonites come to sell their produce and buy supplies. Explore the market and browse an array of family-owned shops.

Punta Gorda Town, Belize

Day 7

Punta Gorda Town, Belize

On an optional tour, indulge in the decadence of traditional Mayan chocolate as you visit a local cacao farm and learn how to make your own chocolate. Cacao farming supports many communities with sustainable farming.

Utila, Honduras

Day 8

Utila, Honduras

The second largest and closest to the mainland, it is a Divers paradise. Descendants of the buccaneers, speak English and Creole and will gladly tell you stories about infamous pirates. The waters around Utila are world famous for visits from migrating Whale Sharks, the largest fish in the world.
Utila, Honduras

Day 9

Utila, Honduras

Another Bay Island with waters worth exploring! This snorkeling and diving oriented stop will not disappoint. Set aside some time to explore the island and its eclectic restaurants and shops.

Utila, Honduras

Day 10

Utila, Honduras

Get away to Utila, an authentic Caribbean island. An optional tour includes beautiful water vistas, locally-owned shops and the island’s only castle.    
Roatan, Honduras

Day 11

Roatan, Honduras

The Bay Islands are the exposed top of a submerged mountain range known as the Bonacca Ridge,a continuation of the Omoa Mountains in mainland Honduras. Roatan,the largest of the three main islands is home to a cultural mix of inhabitants that reflect its history from before the arrival of the Europeans in the early 1500's. From our dock at Fantasy Island,you can explore on your own or join one of several tours for a more in depth experience. Iguanas, dolphins, monkeys, agoutis and much more awaits.
Roatan, Honduras

Day 12

Roatan, Honduras

Disembark today in Roatan. Today is yours to explore, admiring the world beneath the waves.

Pricing

Category I
$4,739.00
Category II
$5,359.00
Category III
$6,179.00
Category IV
$6,799.00
Singles Cabin
$7,719.00
Port Charges
$325.00

Departure Dates

Embark: Belize City, Belize
Jan 11, 2019
Disembark: Roatan, Honduras
Jan 22, 2019
Embark: Belize City, Belize
Mar 22, 2019
Disembark: Roatan, Honduras
Apr 02, 2019

The Grande Mariner

Your small ship adventure is a personal and casual one- like cruising on a friend’s yacht.

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Category III Cabin


Category IV Cabin

Cabin Bathroom

Includes shampoo, conditioner, body wash, hair dryer, fresh towels daily

 

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Goff Caye
Breakfast onboard
Complimentary kayaking, instruction provided for all skill levels.
Premier snorkeling opportunities above the Belize Barrier Reef
Placencia

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