Delve into the unique elegance and culture of Cuba and the Caribbean on an 11-day voyage aboard Silver Explorer.
Departing Nassau, Bahamas, on 06 October 2017, Silver Explorer journeys to Havana, the capital city of Cuba. Here guests can explore the colourful city with a guided tour, which showcases the extraordinary history and culture of this wonderful part of the world, travel in style in a vintage car to a cigar factory, and enjoy a traditional Cuban Tropicana Evening Show. Old Havana, a UNESCO World Heritage Site known for its narrow cobbled-stoned streets and spirited music scene, also awaits explorers as they experience the magic and enchanting atmosphere of Cuba.
At the next port of call Punta Frances, Isle of Youth, guests have the opportunity to dive into the crystal blue waters of the Caribbean with one of Silversea's marine biologists, to discover and learn about this breathtaking underwater world. Continuing her journey to Cienfuegos, guests can immerse themselves in the vivacious capital, influential with the evolution of Cuban literature, music, politics, before sailing to Cartagena, Colombia to visit the old fortress quarters of Cartagena, yet another incredible UNESCO World Heritage Site.
This voyage then visits San Blas Islands (Guna Yala), Panama, where guests can laze on the white-sandy beaches under overarching coconut trees, before disembarking in Colon, Panama on 17 October 2017.
Prices are per person, starting from AU$10,700* in an Adventurer Suite, based on double occupancy. Silversea Expeditions' fares include: all shore and Zodiac excursions hosted by an expedition leader; all-suite accommodation with butler service; gourmet meals with menus inspired by Relais & Châteaux; complimentary wines, Champagne and spirits served throughout the ship; an outstanding expedition team of expert guides and lecturers; complimentary WiFi and all gratuities.
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