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Taste of Cuba & the Caribbean

Discover the allure of the Caribbean. Immerse yourself in Cuban culture and explore the beauty of Jamaica on this 10 day cruise from Miami to Cartagena.

10 Day
From (AUD)
$ 11,645
  • 2018 Miami > Cartagena

    Caribbean playground

    Ever dreamt of island hopping around the Caribbean on a luxury yacht? Spend 10 magical days on board Scenic Eclipse living out your luxurious island fantasies and discovering the wonders of this spectacular region.

    Step back in time to the 1950’s in Cuba, then explore the sparkling waters of the Caribbean Sea. The remote and undiscovered islands and atolls are perfectly suited for exploring in ultra-luxury on Scenic Eclipse.

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    10 Days

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  • 10 Day Itinerary

    • Day 1 - Miami

      Welcome to Miami where your journey into wonder begins with a warm greeting by the crew as you step on board Scenic Eclipse. Raise your glass this evening and toast the start of your cruise. Please book flights to arrive by 10am.

      Meals included: Dinner

    • Day 2 - Havana

      Admire the views of Havana as you cruise into port this morning. On your People-to-People excursion, learn about the history of the revolution as you take a ride in a 1950’s vintage car and visit Revolution Square.


      A range of People-to-People led by knowledgeable local guides are available for you to choose from including a walking tour to discover historic Habana Vieja or visit the house of the artist Fuster. Alternatively tour El Capitolio and the elegant Gran Teatro de La Habana.


      Be enthralled this evening as you learn about Cuban culture with a private display of Cuban percussion drums and dancing.

      Meals included: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

    • Day 3 - Havana

      Choose a People-to-People excursion and follow in the footsteps of Hemingway. Alternatively learn about the Cuban economy as you take a horse and carriage ride and visit the Rum Museum or visit a cigar factory and see the production of the traditional handmade cigars.


      Tonight at Castillo del Morro witness the age-old tradition of the firing of the cannon with the backdrop of the floodlit city.

      Meals included: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

    • Day 4 - At Sea

      Relax and enjoy the facilities of your floating resort or take a cooking course in Scenic Epicure.

      Meals included: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

    • Day 5 - Lighthouse Reef

      A day of discovery awaits at this small atoll off the coast of Belize. At its centre sits the Giant Blue Hole, part of the World Heritage-listed Belize Barrier Reef Reserve System as is Half Moon Caye, a national park and bird sanctuary.


      Choose to snorkel the reefs, paddle in a kayak or jump in the Zodiacs to explore this water paradise. Alternatively take a walk on Half Moon Caye in search of nesting sea-turtles or a Zodiac excursion to the Giant Blue Hole.

      Take the opportunity to soar over the atoll in a helicopter or see the submerged caves from the submarine; experienced divers will relish the chance to explore by scuba^.

      Meals included: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

    • Day 6 - At sea

      A leisurely day of cruising the sparkling waters of the Caribbean Sea. Weather permitting, the Captain will stop at a small cay for some time to explore by Zodiac, kayak or snorkelling from the Marina decks.

      Meals included: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

    • Day 7 - Providencia

      Lying off the coast of Panama, this small island is part of Colombia and the former base of the notorious pirate Henry Morgan.


      Choose nearby Crab Cay and snorkel its pristine waters or the more confident snorkellers can explore the coastline and secluded bays of the island. Alternatively hike to the top of Morgan’s Head. You may choose to relax on one of the secluded beaches with a
      chef-prepared picnic or paddle by kayak.

      Helicopter, submarine and scuba excursions available^.

      Meals included: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

    • Day 8 - Bocas del Toro Archipelago

      Lying off the north coast of Panama, this undiscovered archipelago houses Isla Bastimentos National Marine Park, an extensive area of marine habitats and an important nesting site for sea turtles.


      Choose a discovery excursion by Zodiac, paddle in a kayak or snorkel the marine park. Take a walk on one of the beaches in search of nesting sea turtles or relax on a secluded beach.

      Helicopter, submarine and scuba excursions available^.

      Meals included: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

    • Day 9 - San Blas Islands

      Spend the day relaxing in this beautiful archipelago home to the Kuna people and surrounded by clear water and coral reefs swarming with marine life, pristine sandy beaches and coconut palms.


      Discovery excursions are available from snorkelling, paddling by kayak or exploring on the Zodiacs to relaxing on a pristine beach with a chef-prepared picnic.

      The perfect location to soar above in a helicopter, explore the coral reefs by submarine or take a scuba dive^.

      Meals included: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

    • Day 10 - Cartagena

      Marvel at the first glimpses of this charming city as we arrive into port this morning. Your leisurely cruise of the sparkling Caribbean and Cuba ends this as you disembark after breakfast taking away memories of a truly unforgettable cruise. Please book flight to depart after 3pm.

      ^ At additional expense

      Operation of the planned voyages is subject to obtaining all necessary approvals, permits and licenses from the governments of the U.S. and Cuba. All passengers must comply with U.S. and Cuban laws and regulations related to travel to Cuba. The Office of Foreign Assets Control of the U.S. Treasury (known as “OFAC”) has issued general licenses within the 12 categories of authorized travel for many travel-related transactions to, from, or within Cuba that previously required a specific license (i.e., an application and a case-by-case determination). Travel-related transactions are permitted by general license for certain travel related to the following activities, subject to the criteria and conditions in each general license: family visits; official business of the U.S. government, foreign governments, and certain intergovernmental organizations; journalistic activity; professional research and professional meetings; educational activities; religious activities; public performances, clinics, workshops, athletic and other competitions, and exhibitions; support for the Cuban people; humanitarian projects; activities of private foundations or research or educational institutes; exportation, importation, or transmission of information or information materials; and certain authorized export transactions.

      One of the General Licenses incorporates prior specific licensing policy and authorizes, subject to appropriate conditions, travel-related transactions and other transactions that are directly incident to people-to-people educational activities in Cuba. This general license authorizes, subject to conditions, persons subject to U.S. jurisdiction to engage in certain educational exchanges in Cuba under the auspices of an organization that is a person subject to U.S. jurisdiction and sponsors such exchanges to promote people-to-people contact. Travelers utilizing this general license must ensure they maintain a full-time schedule of educational exchange activities intended to enhance contact with the Cuban people, support civil society in Cuba, or promote the Cuban people’s independence from Cuban authorities, and that will result in meaningful interaction between the traveler and Cuban individuals. The predominant portion of the activities must not be with a prohibited official of the Government of Cuba, as defined in 31 CFR § 515.337, or a prohibited member of the Cuban Communist Party, as defined in 31 CFR § 515.338. As stated above, U.S. persons may qualify under other General Licenses issued by OFAC such as those issued for family visits by individuals having family in Cuba, journalists or other qualifying individuals. Unless a traveler can qualify under another license for the activities identified above, participation in the People to People program organized by Scenic Cruises is mandatory.

      A person subject to U.S. jurisdiction who is an employee, paid consultant, agent, or other representative of the sponsoring organization must accompany each people-to-people educational group traveling to Cuba to ensure that each traveler has a full-time schedule of educational exchange activities. Individuals traveling under the auspices of an organization that is a person subject to U.S. jurisdiction and that sponsors such exchanges to promote people-to-people contact may rely on the entity sponsoring the travel to satisfy his or her recordkeeping obligations with respect to the requirements described above.

      Travelers are authorized to acquire in Cuba and import as accompanied baggage into the United States merchandise for personal use only. Value imports remain subject to the normal limits on duty and tax exemptions for merchandise imported as accompanied baggage and for personal use. Authorized U.S. travelers to Cuba will be allowed to import certain goods acquired in Cuba for personal use.  However, U.S. Regulations restrict persons subject to U.S. jurisdiction from engaging in direct financial transactions with entities and sub entities identified on the State Department’s List of Restricted Entities and Sub entities Associated with Cuba (“Cuba Restricted List”).  The Cuba Restricted List is available at .

      Meals included: Breakfast

  • Tour inclusions

    All-inclusive highlights
    • 228-guest luxurious Discovery Yacht
    • 100% spacious verandah suites
    • 2 exclusive Enrich experiences in Havana
    • 24 Freechoice shore excursions in five ports
    • Discovery Leaders on board
    • Broad range of active discovery excursions
    • Explore the Giant Blue Hole in Belize
    • Explore by night at your leisure in Havana
    • And all tipping and gratuities both on board and onshore