Day 1: Miami, Florida
Miami in Florida is located on the southeast tip of Florida. Miami is best known for its sunny weather, golden beaches and lively nightlife. Also known as the 'Gateway to the Americas', the 15 miles of glorious beaches make Miami popular with all ages, attracting a broad spectrum of tourists.
Tourist attractions include Miami's Miracle Mile - one of Miami's major shopping regions, the Miami Freedom Tower, Miami Metrozoo - one of the finest wild animal parks in America and the Miami Seaquarium - a 38-acre complex of huge saltwater pools.
Miami has a range of communities and districts, amongst them is Downtown Miami, a vibrant and diverse area of Miami, filled with clothes and jewelry shops, restaurants, cafés and fast-food stands. Miami South Beach Area (SoBe) is one of Miami's most exciting areas and is full of art galleries, stylish diners, Art Deco buildings, glorious beaches and many of Miami's top nightclubs.
Things to see and do
* Shopping at Miami’s Miracle Mile
* Vizcaya Museum and Gardens
* South Beach
* Miami Freedom tower
* Bill Baggs Cape Florida Park
Day 2: Cruising
Cruising at sea.
Day 3: Roatan, Honduras
Roatán, located between the islands of Útila and Guanaja, is the largest of Honduras' Bay Islands. The most populous town of the island is Coxen Hole, capital of Roatán municipality, located in the southwest. Other important towns include French Harbour, West End, and Oak Ridge, the capital of Jose Santos Guardiola municipality.
West End is definitely the most exciting town on the island. There are bars, restaurants, and live music right on the Caribbean. This is also where the best sunsets are, with maybe the exception of West Bay. Coxen Hole is not as attractive, however French Harbor has some good restaurants and resorts.
Activities available on the island include world class diving, snorkeling, kayaking, sailing, sports fishing, submarine tours, horse riding, island tours, hiking, shopping and massage and spa services and of course just relaxing.
Things to See and Do
* Scuba diving and Snorkeling
* Mangrove tours
* Roatan Butterfly Garden and Carambola Gardens
Day 4: Puerto Costa Maya, Mexico
The port of Costa Maya Mexico is located on the southern east tip of Quintana Roo Mexico near the tiny fishing village of Mahahual.
This tranquil port and village have been blessed with palm fringed beaches and calm aquamarine waters offering an abundance of water activities.
Whether you dream of lounging at the beach drinking tropical drinks, snorkeling or diving in pristine waters, kayaking to the reef to explore, visit fascinating Maya Ruins, Costa Maya and Mahahual is your ultimate destination
Philipsburg fills a narrow stretch of land between Great Bay and the Great Salt Pond. Two main roads cut across the length of Philipsburg--Front Street and Back Street. Front Street, the main thoroughfare, is lined with duty-free shops offering everything from Italian leather goods and Japanese cameras to native crafts. Narrow alleyways lead in either direction to arcades and courtyards filled with flowers. Visitors will also find examples of traditional West Indian architecture, including characteristic pastel-colored houses with second-story verandas looking out over the street. Front Street's most prominent landmark is the Courthouse, built in 1793. A grand white wooden structure topped with a cupola, it now serves as St. Maarten's courthouse. Also on Front Street is the Simartin Museum, which gives visitors an excellent introduction to local history.
Things to See & Do
* Simartin Museum
* St Maarten Park
* Visit the many beaches especially Orient beach
* Shopping in Philipsburg
* Fort Amsterdam & Fort Willem
Day 5: Cozumel, Mexico
Cozumel (Mayan: Island of the Swallows) is an island in the Caribbean Sea off the eastern coast of Mexico's Yucatán Peninsula. The main town on the island is San Miguel where most of the population reside.
The choice of activities are boundless in Cozumel, golden beaches, turquoise waters, friendly people, festivals, scattered Maya ruins, great restaurants, duty-free stores, diving, golfing and more. Famous all over the world for its coral reefs, there are plenty of water sports such as diving, deep-sea fishing, snorkeling, kayaking and more. The center of the island is covered by jungle and swampy lagoons. Chankanaab National Park is a Cozumel icon located at the southern tip of the island. It includes Punta Celarain and its historical lighthouse, as well as the Colombia Lagoon, a shelter for many of the island's endemic species.
Things to see and do
* Chankanaab National Park Beach
* Water sports
* Swim with the dolphins
* Shopping in downtown Cozumel
Blackbeard’s Castle is the earliest fortification in the US Virgin Islands. Other attractions include Fort Christian, built in 1672; the Coral World Observatory; the Frederick Lutheran Church of 1850; Government House on Government Hill (1866); Venus Pillar on Magnolia Hill; Bluebeard’s Tower, the 19th-century pirate’s one-time abode; and the Synagogue on Crystal Gade, one of the oldest in the western hemisphere.
Things to See & Do
* Shopping in Main Street
* Blackbeards Castle
* Fort Christian
* Coral World Observatory
* Waterfront area
Day 7: Perfect Day at Cococay, Bahamas
(Royal’s exclusively owned private island)
Day 8: Miami, Florida