bliss lifestyle cruise
November 11th - 17th, 2018
Itinerary 7 Days and 6 Nights
Leaving from Port Everglades in Fort Lauderdale, Florida with stops in Montego Bay, Jamaica & Cozumel, Mexico.
*** All itineraries are subject to change without notice.
|Date||Port of Call||Arrive||Departure|
|Sun, Nov 11, 2018||Port Everglades, Ft Lauderdale, FL||-||06:00 PM|
|Mon, Nov 12, 2018||At Sea||-||-|
|Tues, Nov 13, 2018||Montego Bay, Jamaica||11:00 AM||09:00 PM|
|Wed, Nov 14, 2018||At Sea||-||-|
|Thurs, Nov 15, 2018||Cozumel, Mexico||07:00 AM||06:00 PM|
|Fri, Nov 16, 2018||At Sea||-||-|
|Sat, Nov 17, 2018||Port Everglades, Ft Lauderdale, FL||07:00 AM||-|
Montego Bay, Jamaica
The north coast town of Montego Bay makes for a very lively and colorful welcome to Jamaica for the many visitors. MoBay, as it's called, offers a steady schedule of food and cultural festivals, and some of the Caribbean's most entertaining beaches (offering water sports, waterfront bars and more). Add in golfing, duty-free shopping and easy access to the island's active adventures, and visitors can have as lazy or as action-packed of a day as they choose. Montego Bay also serves as the gateway to the best Jamaica has to offer. Just east of Montego Bay is Ocho Rios, best known for its spectacular Dunn's River Falls. Or, travel west to reach the beautiful Seven Mile Beach of Negril, just a one and a half hour drive. Thanks to its central location, Montego Bay gives visitors the best tour experiences of the north coast of Jamaica.
Things to do:
If you like history, culture and scenic beauty, then a visit to the Good Hope Great House is a must. Built in the 1700s and entirely restored, it's one of the most sought after Great Houses of the 18th century, featuring amazing views of the nearby Queen of Spain Valley and Cockpit Mountains. Visit the pottery house to see the work of the resident potter and then the trading house - the only store of its kind in the Caribbean - where you can purchase authentic art, carvings, books and souvenirs.
Enjoy a scenic drive through Jamaica's interior to Appleton Estate, where visitors learn how rum is made, sample wet sugar and have the chance to taste different-aged rums. Travel east to Ocho Rios where you can climb the spectacular Dunn’s River Falls, soar through the lush rainforest canopy on a zip line, wind down the mountainside on a Jamaican bobsled or swim with dolphins at Dolphin Cove. Travel west to Negril where you can be wicked for the day at Hedonism Resort; one of the most famous clothing optional resorts in the world.
Cozumel, Mexico The Conquistadors first saw Mexico from the shores of Cozumel while searching for gold. Today, visitors to the island continue to seek out gold and silver jewelry in the shops of San Miguel while having a great time in its many local bars and restaurants. Plus, the waters around Cozumel's sheltered coral reefs make this one of the best snorkeling areas in the world.
Things to do: Explore the underwater world of Chankanaab on a deep-sea adventure aboard the Atlantis Submarine.
Discover what makes a dolphin so magical as you play and interact with these amazing creatures in Chankanaab National Marine Park. Sit back, relax, and bury your toes in the white sand of Playa Mia Beach in Cozumel. This destination offers all the food, drinks and activities you can imagine, including relaxing massages on the beach. Take a Jeep-safari adventure through the tropical landscape of Cozumel's east side. Ride through sand dunes and trails for an unforgettable experience.
Learn to prepare a Mexican feast and enjoy your culinary skills with Mexican wines and a festive atmosphere. Escape to the secluded beauty of your own private beach paradise, Passion Island.
The one thing you don't want miss: Don't miss the opportunity to explore the ruins of the ancient Mayan city of Tulúm, majestically perched above the turquoise Caribbean. The site was occupied as far back as 600 A.D. However, it was most densely populated around 1200 A.D. You will be struck by the pyramid-shaped El Castillo, which dominates the city from atop a forty-foot cliff. The nearby Temple of the Descending God provides equally excellent insight into the architecture of the Mayan people, who gained considerable achievements in the arts and sciences, only to decline and vanish for no apparent reason.