Let the sunshine inMonday 17 February 2014
Clamour for glamour on Saga’s Sunshine Coast and Caribbean Adventure
Let the sunshine in
Leave the rain behind and bask in the beauty of south Florida’s coastline before embarking on a luxury cruise around the Caribbean islands of the West Indies
Miami’s dazzling Art Deco district awaits to start this 14-night escorted journey. Take the US1 Highway through the stunning Florida Keys and stop off at a dolphin research centre before reaching historic Key West. Visit Hemingway House where the author lived with his family and six-toed cats and later wander down to Mallory Square to watch the sunset over the United States’ southern tip.
Take an airboat through the natural wilderness of the Everglades and visit Edison’s Lighthouse on the West Coast before soaking up the art and culture of Naples. There will also be time to visit the Ford Museum before joining MS Nieuw Amsterdam or MS Eurodam for a seven-night, full-board luxury cruise.
Sail to exciting ports of call including Grand Turk, Turks and Calcos Islands. In San Juan, Puerto Rico, dock beneath the capital’s old walls and tour the magical rainforest. Take advantage of some duty-free shopping in St Thomas and at Half Moon Cay, a private island in the Bahamas, choose from a range of watersports or just laze in the warm sunshine.
14 nights from £2299 departing Heathrow on March 10 and 24, or November 3 and December 1, plus 2015 dates. The holiday can be extended by seven nights at the Crowne Plaza Hollywood Beach, Florida, from £549.
Price includes VIP door-to-door chauffeur service, return flights, airport taxes, accommodation, most meals, porterage, tour manager, tourist visa, travel insurance and cancellation cover.
The Holland America cruise ships MS Nieuw Amsterdam and MS Eurodam are mid-size, each with a capacity to carry 2,100 passengers. Both offer a choice of restaurants, bars and leisure facilities.
For details call free on 0800 504 555 or visit saga.co.uk/usa
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