Norwegian Cruise Line has opened for booking the line’s brand-new cruises to Cuba and the Caribbean aboard Norwegian Sun round trip from Miami. For a limited season this fall, Norwegian Sun will offer cruisers a chance to travel to Cuba and explore some of the brand’s most popular tropical destinations in just one journey on seven, nine and 13-day cruises.
Norwegian Sun will sail six seven-day cruises from Miami departing on Sundays from September 9 through October 14. On this itinerary, travelers will cruise to many ports including Havana; Great Stirrup Cay, Norwegian’s private island in the Bahamas; Costa Maya, Mexico; and Harvest Caye, Belize. The ship’s nine-day Cuba and the Caribbean cruises will expand upon her seven-day sailings and include additional visits to Roatan, Bay Islands; Honduras; and Cozumel, Mexico.
Norwegian Sun’s 13-day Cuba, Caribbean and the Panama Canal cruise departs from Miami on October 30 and offers a mix of culture, leisure activities and adventure experiences as the ship journeys from the Caribbean to Central and South America and back again. Along the way, the travelers will visit eight destinations including Puerto Limon, Costa Rica; Cartagena and Santa Marta, Colombia; and Oranjestad, Aruba, among others.
Norwegian Cruise Line has also added a new five-day cruise to Cuba and the Bahamas from Port Canaveral on September 3. The new cruise will round out the ship’s season sailing from the Space Coast with an afternoon visit to Key West, then head to Havana for an overnight stay, followed by a beach day at Great Stirrup Cay.
All of Norwegian Sun’s recently released cruises will visit the popular destinations of Havana and Harvest Caye. While in Cuba, Norwegian Sun sails into the very heart of Havana, providing guests with the opportunity to visit historical sites such as Old Havana, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, and visit Cuba’s residents through people-to-people exchanges.
Norwegian offers a selection of 13 half and full-day OFAC-compliant shore excursions, where guests have the chance to have a farm-to-table dining experience, explore modern Havana in an American classic car, or discover the arts, culture, dance and cinematic experiences of Fabrica de Arte Cubano on an exclusive private tour.
In Harvest Caye is a resort-style destination where guests can lounge along the beach or at the 15,000 square-foot pool with a swim-up bar, enjoy a nature center with wildlife, or opt for zip line adventure at the 130-foot-tall Flighthouse, among other on-island attractions. Those who want to explore mainland Belize have several options from Harvest Caye including the island ferry, rainforest tubing or private boat excursions.
For more, visit www.ncl.com.