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Old October 27th, 2003, 03:57 PM
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Anyone have them? Or the listing of $'s for excursions?

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Just got back from a 10/12-10/19 cruise on Inspriration. Got all the Capers
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I just e-mailed you, thanks so much in advance...

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Would you please e-mail me the capers as well I would greatly appreicate it.

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Thanks for the help!
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Would you send me a copy please?
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Could I please have a copy too? Thanks a lot.
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If you can stand one more request... we're leaving on 11/23 and would love to see them. Thanks!
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I go tthe shore excursions
Could you email the capers to me as well? Thanks..
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I would also like to request a copy, if you can find the time. Innspiration 12/7/03

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Would also like a copy. Thank you.
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PLEASE SENDME INFO ALSO. THANKS, ANDRETTA
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Well - they are all paper "capers" - nothing to email and after all the requests and the dawning that these are like 8 pages each, let alone the long distance charges - I am going to see if I can get them scanned.
I am sorry!!
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We are going on the Inspiration in April. I would love a copy of the capers. I'm putting together surprise packeages for the kids (teens)for Christmas and adding the capers would be great. Thanks in advance for your time and help.
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I would also like a copy. Thanks!!

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a copy here would be great too! thanks
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me too, leaving feb 15th. thanks.
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I'm a first time cruiser on Inspiration 2/29/2004.... Can someone please let me know what 'Insiration Capers' refers to? Thanks.....
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Yes I would like to know what the capers are too.

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Shore Tours



Shore tours are available for purchase on board at the Shore
Excursion Desk.
All tours, descriptions and pricing are subject to change and
may not be
available on every ship and/or saildate. The duration of the
tours are
approximate times only. Slightly lower prices for children may
be offered
on some tours. A child is considered 2-12 years of age unless
otherwise
noted; with few exceptions, infants 2 and under are free of
charge if they
do not occupy a separate seat.



GEORGE TOWN, GRAND CAYMAN

Atlantis Deep Explorer

Duration: 1 1/4 hours

Price per person: $375.00

Activity level: Easy



Imagine exploring the mysteries of the ocean 800' beneath the surface on

board a sophisticated deep-diving research submarine! This is an
experience
not to be missed as you join the ranks of the ocean's great explorers
dis-
covering the spectacular Cayman wall. There are two deep explorer
submarines
and each vessel carries just two people per dive. Enjoy the view from
your
3' in diameter hemispherical window as you descend with the powerful
lights
illuminating the brilliant colors along the wall. From 200' to 400' you
pass
the sponge belt before descending below 500' where the water temperature

decreases significantly creating distinct zones of life and past 650'
you
will encounter many of the unusual animals and delicate corals of the
deep.
Note: Approximate dive time is 45-60 minutes. The atmosphere in the
submarine
remains at surface pressure so there will be no pressure or sensation in
the
ears. This tour is very exclusive and capacity is extremely
limited. Maximum
weight limit is 250-lbs. Maximum height is 6'2".



Atlantis Submarine

Duration: 1 1/2 hours

Price per person: $79.00 - child: $39.00

Activity level: Easy; Camp Carnival Recommended



Experience the thrill of journeying beneath the sea in a real
submarine! A
technological marvel, the Atlantis XI Submarine was specifically
designed for
underwater sightseeing excursions. The spacious cabin is
air-conditioned and
for your added comfort is maintained at sea-level pressure ( no
effect on the
ears). The smooth ride and clarity of the water will amaze you
as you explore
Grand Cayman's Underwater Marine Park up to depths of 100'. At the helm
of
the Atlantis XI Submarine is a highly skilled pilot who will
reveal to you
the panoramic, breathtaking underwater vistas while your guide
entertains
you with an informative narration. Huge barrel sponges and star
corals abound
the reef while colorful snapper, grouper, stingray and turtles
pass within
a few feet of your large view-port. Your 1 1/2 hour excursion
conveniently
begins and ends at the Atlantis Dock, located next to the cruise
ship tender
pier in the heart of Georgetown. You will have ample time for
both shopping
and sightseeing.



Beginners Scuba

Duration: 2 1/2 hours

Price per person: $89.00

Activity level: Moderate



If you have never tried scuba diving, this is your perfect
ppportunity to
give it a try. You will be transported to Parrots Landing and
after an
instructional orientation you will have a practice session in
shallow waters
to get accustomed to the equipment. Once comfortable in the
water, your
certified dive master will escort you on a shallow (up to 20')
dive where you
will experience your first scuba experience, enjoying the
wonders of the
underwater world! Note: All equipment provided. Minimum age of
12 years.



Cayman 7 Mile Beach Break

Duration: At your leisure

Price per person: $19.50

Activity level: Easy; Camp Carnival Recommended



The most beautiful beach that Grand Cayman has to offer can be
yours for a
day! Magnificent 7 Mile Beach is where the Beach Club Colony
Hotel is located
and is the perfect place to spend your whole day or even just part of
it.
After making your own way to the Beach Club Colony Hotel ($3.00 p/p each
way)
at your leisure, one of the world's most beautiful beaches will be yours
to
enjoy. Admission to the facilities as well as use of their changing
rooms,
fresh water showers, lounge chair and one complimentary beverarge are
all
included. A full service cash bar and restaurant are also available at
an
additional cost.



Certified Scuba

Duration: 2 1/2 hours

Price per person: $85.00

Activity level: Moderate



Combine a shallow reef dive and a shipwreck dive for what some experts
call
one of the best dives in the world! You will enjoy this experience along

with PADI-certified dive instructors. A valid "C" card must be presented

prior to boarding the dive boat (no exceptions).



Cockatoo Sailing and Stingray

Duration: 2 1/2 hours

Price per person: $53.00

Activity level: Easy



Combine one of the most spectacular experiences available in
Grand Cayman
with the joy of sailing on a 60' catamaran. Arriving at the
Grand Cayman
Yacht Club, you will board the Cockatoo Catamaran and sail
through the
breathtaking North Sound to Stingray City. Armed with snorkel
gear and fish
food, it's time to snorkel with these magnificent creatures -
the stingray
are tame and will eat right out of your hand! Enjoy a
breathtaking sail back
to the yacht club with a refreshing drink. Note: Snorkel
equipment provided.



Coral Reef and Stingray Safari

Duration: 3 hours

Price per person: $58.00

Actitivy level: Moderate; Camp Carnival Recomended



Grand Cayman is known throughout the world for its Stingray City
attraction
as well as its spectacular coral formations and array of
colorful fish. Enjoy
two of the most fascinating experiences that a visit to Grand
Cayman has to
offer. This excursion gives you the opportunity to observe a
multitude of
colorful fish and the coral formations at Coral Gardens, as well
as a chance
to swim with, pet and feed the Southern Stingrays that call
Grand Cayman's
famous "Stingray City Sandbar" home. An approximate 15-minute
scenic ride
that takes you out to the docks where you will board a 45'
double decker
boat for your ride through the beautiful North Sound. Your first
stop is
over the Coral Gardens Reef formation, where the water is about
8 - 10'
deep and you will feel like you are snorkeling inside an
aquarium! Stingray
City Sandbar is about 10 minutes from the Gardens and once you
arrive at the
Sandbar, you will enter the water, approximately 3 - 4' deep and
get up close
and personal as the stingrays swim around you to be fed. Note:
All equipment
is provided and the boats are equiped with restrooms.



Glass-Bottom Boat

Duration: 1 hour

Price per person: $29.00

Activity level: Easy; Camp Carnival Recommended



Discover Grand Cayman's marine life from the viewpoint of a
scuba diver
without getting wet! Enjoy one of the largest glass-bottom boats
afloat; the
100' triple-deck cruiser will glide out to sea as you witness
the instructor
hand feeding the marine life in order to bring these creatures
closer to you.
A marine specialist will provide a complete explanation of the
eco-system and
fish that you are viewing as well as a brief history of the
island. Your trip
will also take you over one of the area's shipwrecks for a
beautiful yet
ghostly sight.

Grand Cayman Highlight Tour

Duration: 2 hours

Price per person: $33.00

Activity level: Easy; Camp Carnival Recommended



Christopher Columbus discovered the Cayman Islands in 1503. Now,
almost 500
years later, it is your turn to discover Grand Cayman. Your
excursion will
take you to such famous sights as the Conch Shell House; the
Governor's
Residence; the Old Cayman Homestead and the Turtle Farm. You
will have the
opportunity to view a town named "Hell", which is a famous black
jagged rock
formation, which some imagine Hell must look like! Your
discovery would not
be complete without visiting the world-renowned Tortuga Rum
Factory to sample
some of the finest rum cakes in the world. Your courteous driver
is available
to answer questions all along the way.



Grand Cayman Island Tour

Duration: 2 hours

Price per person: $33.00

Activity level: Easy; Camp Carnival Recommended



Welcome to the splendor and serenity of Grand Cayman! This
excursion offers
you the opportunity to explore this beautiful port of call and
hit the hot
spots in air-conditioned comfort. A short drive through
Georgetown, the
capital city, will show you Cayman's architecture while
explaining the
significance of the island's status as the fifth largest
financial center
in the world. Take in the spectacular scenery as you pass famous
Seven Mile
Beach. Your guide will explain the history and culture of the
island as you
venture toward the West Bay and the Turtle Farm. Here you will
witness green
turtles weighing in excess of 650 pounds that are protected
before being
re-introduced into the wild. The town of Hell is your next stop.
A dramatic
rock formation which is what some people believe Hell would look
like; here
you can send postcards to your friends post-marked "Hell". Enjoy
the Tortuga
Rum Factory store, the Conch Shell House as well as the
Governor's Residence
and the old Caymanian Homestead before you stop in the heart of
Georgetown
to enjoy some of the famous duty-free shopping. Note: This tour
may run out
of sequence due to traffic.



Grand Cayman Kayak Safari

Duration: 3 hours

Price per person: $73.00

Activity level: Moderate



The tranquil beauty of Cayman's ecologically sensitive coastal
environment is
best explored by kayak, and this is your golden opportunity. A short
scenic
ride takes you to the Kayak staging area where you will meet your guides
and
participate in a short orientation. Set off in a shallow, protected area
and
explore secluded shorelines, inlets, bird-nesting areas, sea grass, and
man-
grove communities. Along the way, your guide will point out scenes of
interest
and describe the importance and interdependence of these fragile
ecosystems
with the surrounding coral reefs. Enjoy the opportunity of jumping into
the
water for a refreshing swim before returning to shore. Your return trip
takes
you through one of Cayman's most attractive residential communities
before
arriving back at the pier. Note: Kayak time is approximately 2 hours
with
frequent stops, stable 2 person kayaks are featured and life vests are
prov-
ided. Sunscreen, sunglasses, and a hat are recommended. Restrooms are
avail-
able at the start and end of the tour. Minimum age is 8 years.



Grand Cayman Snorkel Tour

Duration: 2 hours

Price per person: $35.00

Activity level: Moderate



Grand Cayman is famous for its spectacular array of marine life and
coral
formations. Whether you are a novice snorkeler or an accomplished one,
this
experience will be one that you won't soon forget. All necessary
equipment
and instruction is provided for you as you explore a live reef
as well as
one of the many shipwrecks that litter the ocean's floor. See
not only color-
ful fish but also some of the various other marine life that a living
reef
that a living reef supports. Note: Snorkel equipment provided.



Luxury Sailing Yacht Safir

Duration: 2 1/2 hours

Price per person: $89.00

Activity level: Easy



At the time she was built, "Safir" was the largest and most
innovated around
the world racer ever built. Having been the #1 favorite world
racer of her
era, her pedigree is the foundation for most all of today's
world racing
yachts. Set sail aboard "Safir" and experience her magic as you
witness her
impressive sails catching the wind and propelling you across the
Caribbean!
Your experienced crew will navigate this great vessel as you
relax and enjoy
the sun, wind and sea. The crew will drop anchor, giving you the
opportunity
to snorkel in Grand Cayman's waters, filled with spectacular
coral formations
and marine life. After snorkeling, you will set sail towards
Georgetown,
enjoying the sailing experience once again as you sightsee along
7 Mile Beach
on your way back to the pier.


Reef and Wreck Snorkel Tour

Duration: 2 hours

Price per person: $35.00

Activity level: Moderate



Whether you are a beginner or an advanced snorkeler, you will appreciate
the
opportunity to experience and understand the marvels of the underwater
world.
The first snorkel site introduces you to a beautiful coral reef teeming
with
marine life and you will be able to take part in the fish-feeding
program.
Your second location is the "Cali", a sunken shipwreck, where you will

witness how the protection of marine life has rewarded us. Note: Snorkel

equipment is provided.



See and Sea Island Tour

Duration: 3 hours

Price per person: $53.00

Activity level: Easy; Camp Carnival Recommended



Cayman's highly acclaimed See and Sea Tour combines the island's
highlights
with a trip on the state-of-the-art Seaworld Explorer semi-submarine.

Starting at the dock, you will pass all the key landmarks in
Georgetown,
Cayman's capital, driving past the Governor's House and
magnificent Seven
Mile Beach before arriving at famous Cayman Turtle Farm. Thousands of
en-
dangered green sea turtles are born at the farm each year and
your guide
will explain the various stages in the turtle's life cycle. Some
of these
these turtles exceed 600 pounds! Next, you go to Hell, where you
will see
the eerie, jagged rock formations that many think Hell must surely look
like.
You may choose to send a postcard to friends and family from "Hell". No
tour
of Cayman is complete without a glimpse of the underwater paradise
surrounding
the island. You will sit in air-conditioned comfort 5' below the
water's sur-
face to view this underwater wonderland through large, clear windows. A
marine
expert points out ancient reefs and tells stories of the Cali
and Balboa, two
famous shipwrecks. Back in Georgetown, you can explore, relax or
shop!



Shore Snorkel Experience

Duration: 2 hours

Price per adult: $29.00 - child: $19.00

Activity Level: Easy



Enjoy a fantastic snorkel experience suitable for both beginners
and experts
alike. Join your fellow guests and snorkel right from the shore
along Grand
Cayman's famous 7-Mile Beach. After a short bus ride from the
cruise ship
pier, you will arrive at the Treasure Island Resort Complex
where the dive
staff will greet you and give a brief tour of the facilities.
The knowledge-
able staff will also brief you on the various coral formations
as well as
explaining the different varieties of marine life that you may
spot in the
water. If you so choose, you may enjoy the beautiful beach and
the facilities
such as beach chairs, fresh water showers, a swimming pool and
restaurant.
Guests wishing to stay at the beach and enjoy the facilities
after the tour
may do so with return transportation to the pier at your own
expense.



Stingray City and Island Tour

Duration: 3 1/2 hours

Price per person: $59.00

Activity level: Easy



Combine the highlights and history of Grand Cayman with a visit
to incredible
Stingray City! Knowledgeable guides will keep you informed as
you pass by
Seven Mile Beach, the world renowned Turtle Farm and the town of
"Hell". Your
final stop is Stingray City, where you will be briefed on the boat ride
out
to the sandbar before you get to swim with the many stingray
that populate
this area. Snorkel, swim, pet or feed the stingray as you enjoy your
time in
the water. After this experience, enjoy a complimentary beverage
before
returning to town.

Stingray City Tour

Duration: 2 1/2 hours

Price per Adult: $45.00 - Child: $35.00

Activity level:



You have probably heard about Stingray City but nothing can
prepare you for
this incredible experience. A short ride through Grand Cayman
takes you to
Stingray City where you will board a yacht to the sandbar. After
years of
fishermen cleaning their catch in this area, the stingray no
longer have
any fear of man and come here to be fed. Standing in 3' to 5' of
water, you
can feed and touch these magnificent creatures as they swim
right up to you
or snorkel with them and enjoy their environment. Note: Snorkel
equipment,
transportation and beverage included.



Stingray Sandbar Tour

Duration: 2 1/2 hours

Price per person: $45.00

Activity level: Easy; Camp Carnival Recommended



National Geographic describes this as "one of the most rewarding
experiences
in the underwater world". A short ride takes you to the island
lagoon in the
Northern Sound where you will board a 65' double decker
catamaran that takes
you out to the world famous Sand bar. Guides will lead you into
3 - 5' of
water for an experience of a lifetime. Here you can swim,
snorkel, pet and
feed the tame stingray; no snorkel experience is necessary as
you are in
shallow water, so enjoy!



Stingray Sandbar, Hell and Turtle Farm Experience

Duration: 3 1/2 - 4 hours

Price per person: $59.00

Activity Level: Easy



Experience all the major highlights of Grand Cayman in one tour.
Shortly
after leaving the pier, you will visit world famous 7-Mile Beach
and the
Old Homestead for a photo stop before arriving at the Turtle
Farm. This one
of a kind farm is home to thousands of turtles; here, you will
learn various
different facts about these interesting creatures. Just minutes
down the
road, you will arrive at a town called Hell, a prehistoric
formation of rock
that some think Hell must surely look like. Your next stop will
be at Sting-
ray City where a 15-20 minute boat ride takes you out to the
sandbar. Here,
you can hold, pet and feed the stingrays in shallow waters
(3-4'). Snorkel
equipment, stingray food and fruit punch are all provided for
you at no
extra cost.



The Ultimate Undersea Adventure

Duration: 1 hour

Price per person: $46.00

Activity level: Easy; Camp Carnival Recommended



Nautilus is the world's largest, most luxurious semi-submarine, which

offers you unobstructed views of the marine world as you travel in dry,

air-conditioned comfort. Relax and enjoy the spacious observatory as
your
experienced marine guide narrates the trip, explaining the history
behind
the many shipwrecks in the area. At Cheeseburger Reef, a diver will
hand-feed
the fish over brilliant living coral as you watch all the vibrant colors

colors come to life. After the tour is over, your air-conditioned bus
drops
you off in beautiful Georgetown for shopping or to get back to your
ship.



The Links at Safe Haven

Course description: Par 72; 6,900 yards



This beautiful property is Grand Cayman's only full-length 18-hole,

championship course. Its sun-drenched, undulating greens, trade winds
and
natural setting is reminiscent of the old Scottish coastal
courses commonly
referred to as "Links". This world-class course is considered
one of the
best conditioned courses in the Caribbean and was the site for
the 1997
Caribbean Classic.



COSTA MAYA, MEXICO

Beach Snorkel Adventure
Duration: 3 1/2 hours
Price per person: $49.00
Activity level: Easy; Camp Carnival-recommended



The waters around Costa Maya are quickly becoming one of the
world's premier
dive and snorkel locations providing a large variety of sites to
choose from.
This excursion was designed to give snorkelers an easy entrance
into the
water while being able to see an abundance of different sea life,
making it
perfect for the beginner and experienced snorkeler. A 45-minute
ride takes
you to the snorkel site, where you will receive snorkel gear as
well as a
short orientation. Certified guides will assist you into the
water as well
as well as filling you in on the extensive infrastructure of the
reef as
you encounter the plentiful variety of tropical marine life.
Note: Tour
includes transportation, equipment and guide. Limited restrooms
and changing
facilities available at the beach. It is recommended that you
wear your
swimsuit and bring a towel and sunscreen.



Bike and Kayak Adventure

Duration: 2 1/2 hours

Price per person: $58.00

Activity level: Moderate



Enjoy an adventure that provides an alternative to conventional
travel, as
you experience the endless stretches of beach and local flavor
while biking
and kayaking along Costa Maya's beautiful coast. Your guides will greet
you
and outfit you with bicycles right from the pier as your adventure
begins.
Riding south along a dirt road, you will pass a small mangrove lagoon
and
enjoy breathtaking views of the coast before passing through a sleepy
fishing
village and arriving at the beach. After a short water break, you will
cast
off in stable two person kayaks, paddling along a nearby reef and
enjoying
the view of palm lined beaches basking in the sun. Upon your return to
shore,
you will rest up before getting back on your bikes for the return trip
to
the pier using a different route. Note: This is an active tour and
guests
should be in reasonable physical condition in order to participate.
Minimum
age 12 years.



Chacchoben Mayan Ruins

Duration: 4 hours

Price per person: $69.00

Activity level: Moderate



The Chacchoben Mayan Ruins are situated in a secluded jungle setting
near
the border of Belize, the site covers nearly 10 acres surrounded by lush

vegetation and is virtually un-excavated. The excavated portion features

one main pyramid and several other small buildings, and in time this
site
will be explored more closely. Enjoy a scenic one-hour drive to the
ruins,
during which time, your guide will fill you in on the history of
the ruins
and what you can expect to see at Chacchoben. Upon arrival, your
guide will
take you through this mysterious site where you will view
detailed Mayan
temples combined with lush green manicured gardens that surround
you. Your
guide will also show a comparison between the recently excavated
ruins and
some of the remains of un-excavated ruins that lie beneath the
surface.
Note: This excursion features a fair amount of walking over
uneven surfaces
and climbing. There is a $5.00 government imposed fee for the
use of video
cameras on site. Sunscreen, sunglasses, hat and insect repellant
are all
recommended.



Jungle Beach Break

Duration: 5 hours

Price per person: $39.99

Activity level: Easy; Camp Carnival-recommended



Enjoy a tropical beach break at Uvero Beach, one of Costa Maya's
newest and
most popular beaches. Spend your day relaxing on the powdery
sand beach among
the palm trees or join in some of the activites with your fellow
guests.
Relax on a beach chair, walk along the beach, take a swim in the
ocean, enjoy
some of the non-mortorized water sports equipment or just take a
seat at the
bar and enjoy your favorite Mexican cocktail. The Palapa
restaurant is
available at an added cost and you can spend as little or as much time
at
the beach as you like. Note: Ticket price includes entrance to the
beach,
open bar, use of hammocks and non-motorized water sports (based on
availa-
bility) and round trip transportation. Fresh water showers, rest rooms,
and
changing rooms available.



Kohunlich Mayan Ruins

Duration: 6 1/2 hours

Price per person: $79.00

Activity level: Moderate



Situated in a secluded jungle setting near Belize, the Kohlunlich Mayan
ruins
were named after the Cahoon palms that dwell in quantities throughout
the
immense site. The ruins are spread over a wide area encompassing a broad

scope of architectural styles - from the wide lawns of the public
centers
and ball courts to the high temples with great-sculpted masks. The
city's
highest elevations feature the residentual dwellings of the social elite

overlooking miles of tropical jungle and lush hillsides. A two hour
scenic
drive in air-conditioned buses takes you to the ruins where your guides

will lead you through this breathtaking site. The detailed Mayan temples

are combined with manicured gardens positioned on and around the site.
View
the Temple of the Large Masks, the Plaza of the Acropolis, the Plaza of
the
Estelas and many more. Kohunlich may have been one of the most
important
sites in the lower Peten region. It's natural beauty and
expansive, uncrowded
seclusion set it apart from the more widely toured sites. Note:
This
excursion involves a considerable amount of walking and
climbing. Sunscreen,
hat, sunglasses and insect repellant are recommended. There is a
$5.00
government imposed tax on the use of video cameras on site.



Unimog 4X4 All Terrain Expedition

Duration: 3 1/2 hours

Price per person: $79.00

Activity level: Moderate



An off road adventure would not be complete without the ultimate
off road
vehicle! Climb into your World War II class S Mercedes Benz
Unimog, the off
road military powerhouse has been conditioned so that 10 guests
can ride
comfortably in the back. Your driver/guide will take you down an
old abandoned
highway before turning off-road for a short trek to La Palapa
beach.
Approximately 90 minutes will be reserved for you to spend on
the beach.
Enjoy the endless beach, a game of volleyball, a swim in the
ocean or take
out an ocean kayak for a little exploration of your own. On your
return ride,
you will pass along an off-road jungle coastal trail, keep your
eyes open
for tropical birds and local resident iguanas before gradually
making your
way back to civilization. Note: Towel, sunscreen, hat, sunglasses and
insect
repellant (August - November) recommended.



COZUMEL, MEXICO

All Terrain Truck Eco Adventure and Snorkel

Duration: 4 hours

Price per person: $77.00

Activity level: Moderate



Prepare yourself for one of the most amazing Eco tours in the
Caribbean,
featuring the tropical and mysterious atmosphere of Punta Sur
Ecological
Park. Your exclusive adventure begins on the pier as you board a
specially
designed all-terrain truck and head off towards Punta Sur.
Crossing between
a fresh water lagoon and the ocean, you may spot some of the
locals, inclu-
ding crocodiles and different types of tropical birds. Your
experience will
continue as you cross through mangroves and short tropical
jungle before
visiting the Punta Sur lighthouse. Here, you will learn the
history of the
lighthouse and have some great photo opportunities before
heading to the
secluded white sandy "Selva Baja" beach. Enjoy a swim in the
protected waters,
a stroll along the sand or snorkel right from the beach. Your guide
will keep
you informed along the way, by explaining the area's intricate
Eco System and
pointing out some rare plant life and helping you to identify
some of the
wildlife that you may observe on this tour. Note: This is an
active excursion
and there is some walking involved. Comfortable shoes, swimsuit,
sunglasses,
sunscreen, a hat and insect repellant are all recommended.
Snorkel equipment
will be provided.



Atlantis Submarine

Duration: 1 1/2 hours; dive time is 45 minutes

Price per adult: $85.00 - child: $55.00

Activity level: Easy; Camp Carnival-Recommended



This 48-passenger submarine will take you between 60' and 100'
below the
ocean's surface in order to explore the wonders of "Chankanaab",
part of
the world's second largest reef. Chankanaab's underwater marine
park was
established in order to protect the delicate balance of coral
reefs, not to
mention countless species of tropical fish that call these reefs
home. Until
now, only divers were able to explore this unique attraction but
now you
can see all of this without ever getting wet! After a short bus
ride to the
pier, you will board a U.S. Coast Guard-certified submarine and
tour the
ocean in dry, air-conditioned comfort.



Beach Buggy and Snorkel Combo

Duration: 4 hours

Price per person: $89.00

Activity level: Moderate



Others may try to imitate it but this is the original! This
excursion is
exclusive to Carnival Cruise Lines and will show you some of
Cozumel's most
beautiful areas in a customized buggy and take you snorkeling
over one of the
island's best reefs. From the pier, you will head off in your
customized
buggy, making your first stop at one of the local beaches where
you will have
approximately one hour to snorkel, viewing a wide variety of
colorful fish
and beautiful coral formations. Jumping back in your buggy, it's
time to take
off around the island to the natural rock formations known as El
Mirador.
From here, your caravan makes its way to a secluded beach along
the west
coast of the island where you will enjoy a buffet lunch and some
time on the
beach before making your way back to the pier. Note: Guests
wishing to drive
one of the buggies must be at least 21 years of age and present
a valid
drivers license. There is an optional drop off downtown; in this
case, return
transportation will be at your own expense.



Beginners Scuba Diving

Duration: 2 hours

Price per person: $89.00

Activity level: Moderate



Enjoy an incredible opportunity to scuba dive without having to
be certified.
Join PADI-certified dive instructors for a 30-minute
instructional orientation
before testing your skills and gaining some confidence in
shallow water. Once
your dive master has you prepared, you will be taken up to 20'
below the sur-
face where you will encounter schooling fish and brilliant coral
formations
indigenous to the Mayan Caribbean. Don't miss out on this
incredible exper-
ience! Note: Minimum age for participation is 10 years.



Caribbean Pirates Lobster Dinner Cruise

Duration: 3 hours

Price per Adult: $75.00 - Child: $55.00

Activity level: Easy



Enjoy one of Cozumel's most entertaining dinner cruises aboard a
105' replica
of an 18th century Spanish Goleta! The Caribbean Pirates Lobster Dinner

Cruise is a "must-do" experience complete with exciting flying
pirate fights
an open bar, a steak and lobster dinner as well as the
experience of sailing
along the coast on a pirate ship! Dance the night away under the
Caribbean
sky as your captain navigates the vessel through Cozumel's
beautiful coastal
waters and the crew serves and entertains you! Your pirate
adventure includes
a lobster and steak dinner accompanied by a domestic open bar.



Catamaran Sail and Snorkel

Duration: 3 1/2 hours

Price per person: $49.00

Activity level: Easy



What better way to enjoy the beautiful island of Cozumel than on
board
a 65' ocean going catamaran sailing off the coast and snorkeling
in the
area's pristine waters. After outfitting you with first-class
snorkel gear,
certified instructors will accompany you into the water to
snorkel over
some of the areas many fantastic reefs. You will see beautiful
coral
formations as well as a multitude of colorful fish. After
snorkeling, enjoy
complimentary beer, margaritas or sodas while you make your way
to one of
the island's beautiful beaches. Beach volleyball, sea kayaks and
beach
floats are available to you, or relax in a hammock, sipping a
beverage and
watching the world go by! After your beach party, the catamaran
will return
to the ship.


Certified 2-Tank Dive

Duration: 4 hours

Price per person: $75.00

Activity level: Considerable



Enjoy the opportunity to dive in the crystal waters of the
Mexican Caribbean
with one of Mexico's premier dive operators. Your dive boat will
be waiting
for you right on the pier. The world famous Palancar reef at 80'
will be the
site of your first dive. Your second dive will be a shallow dive
of 50' and
the site will be decided the day of the dive. Refreshments will
be served at
the surface interval. Tanks, weights and weight belts are
provided. Equipment
is available for rent; BC and regulators are $5 USD each.



Cozumel Bike Adventure

Duration: 4 hours

Price per person: $59.00

Activity level: Moderate



Experience the natural beauty, scenery and culture of Cozumel
riding along
the coast to the area's premier national park, Chankanaab. Enjoy
the jewel
of the Caribbean's coastal views and white sandy beaches as you
pedal along
on your mountain bike. You will be met at the pier and ride
south along
the paved roads past restaurants, beaches, and the magnificent
coastline
before arriving at Chankanaab National Park. After an
approximate 30-minute
bike ride, you will enjoy the next 2-hours at the park where you will
be able
to swim, enjoy the beach and visit the botanical garden or the
replica of
a Mayan village. A complimentary soft drink is provided for you
at the park
and if you wish, the park's restaurants are available at an
additional cost.
After you have enjoyed paradise, it is time for the return
journey to your
ship. Note: This is an active tour and guests must be in
reasonable physical
condition in order to participate. Two jeeps will follow riders
and personal
belongings may be transported in the Jeeps.



Cozumel Highlights and Shopping

Duration: 3 hours

Price per person: $49.50

Activity level: Easy



Cozumel is the largest island in the Mexican Caribbean and is anxiously

awaiting the opportunity to show off her culture, history, and
scenic beauty
as well as inviting you along for a little shopping! Once a
sleepy little
island, Cozumel is now the most important cruise ship
destination in Mexico
and you will see the whole island departing from the cruise ship
pier. Enjoy
your guides informative narration as you pass the southern
resort area,
arriving at Cedral, the oldest settlement in Cozumel. Cedral
features the
island's first church as well as a small but signifcant ancient Mayan
ruin
that you will have a chance to see. Your guide will explain the
history of
the island as you travel east, passing some of the island's
natural beauty.
Arriving at El Mirador, you will have a great photo opportunity
looking out
over the unusual limestone rock formations. Pass by some of the
residential
areas before arriving downtown where you will be able to visit
the Cozumel
Museum and also take advantage of Cozumel's recommended shopping
program with
some free time to visit the many stores. Note: Buses will return
to the ship
from downtown at a designated time. Guests who wish to stay
downtown longer
will return to the ship at their own expense.



Deep Sea Fishing

Duration: 4 1/2 hours

Price per Adult: $135.00 - Child: $95.00

Activity level: Moderate



The nutrient rich Caribbean waters that surround the island of
Cozumel support
a vast array of sport fish, providing exceptional fishing
opportunities year
round. Sport fisherman from arround the world try their luck in
these waters,
searching for a prize Blue, Black, or White Marlin. Tuna, Sierra,
Dorado,
Wahoo and Barracuda are all common catch in the area, so bring
your sense of
adventure and a little luck with you. You will board one of the
six 31'
Island Hoppers right from the pier and head out to the area
reporting the
most activity for the day. All boats are rigged with down
riggers and out
riggers abd all lines will be rotated throughout the duration of
the trip.
Note: Destinations change daily based on weather conditions and
where fish
are being caught. The minimum age required for participation is
8 years and
children are considered between 8 and 16 years. Beverages,
snacks, all
equipment, bait, tackle and ice are included.



Dolphin Discovery

Duration: 3 hours

Price per person: $99.00

Activity level: Easy; Camp Carnival-Recommended



Don't miss the opportunity to meet one of the ocean's most
amazing creatures!
Tursiops truncatus, otherwise known as the bottle-nose dolphin
is a very
social animal and waiting for a visit from you! You will be
transported to
Chankanaab National Park where you will have a short orientation
and then it's
time to meet the dolphins. Spend approximately 30 to 40-minutes
on a platform
with the dolphins where you can touch, pet and learn all about
their behavior
as well as going through selected exercises with them. After your
encounter
take some time to roam about Chankanaab Park and experience the
beautiful
beach, lagoon, botanical garden, ruins and other exciting
features that make
this a superb tour. Note: This is an encounter program, not a
swim with the
dolphins program.



Dolphin Swim and Snorkel Adventure

Duration: 3 hours

Price per person: $145.00

Activity level: Moderate



Enjoy some of Cozumel's best snorkeling as well as the opportunity to
swim
with the dolphins! Your adventure begins with a short ride to
Chankanaab
National PArk; here you will have an orientation explaining
everything you
need to know in order to enjoy the dolphin swim. Experienced
dolphin trainers
will take you into the water with the dolphins and guide you
through an
incredible experience with these amazing creatures. The swim
portion is
approximately 30 minutes long and the rest of your time is yours
to enjoy
at Chankaanab Park. The park features a beautiful beach,
botanical gardens
a museum and some interesting replicas of Mayan ruins. Snorkel
right from the
beach enjoying the multitude of colorful fish, reef life and
coral formations.


Eco-Kayak Jungle Adventure

Duration: 4 hours

Price per person: $79.00

Activity level: Moderate



Enjoy the natural beauty of Cozumel as you kayak through
beautiful Blind Bay.
A short ride takes you to the kayak put in point, where after a
short orien-
tation, your Eco naturalist guide will lead you through the
shallow waters
of Blind Bay. Bordered by lush mangroves, you will enjoy the
area's natural
beauty with the millenary trees, exotic birds and iguanas. After
kayaking
through the mangroves, you will cross the magnificent bay and
arrive at a
deserted beach where you will be treated to a lunch buffet.
Relax on the
beach, walk along the sandy shores, go for a swim in the ocean
or just enjoy
the peaceful view of the Mexican Caribbean.



Eco-Adventure By Jeep

Duration: 5 hours

Price per person: $75.00

Activity level: Moderate



If you think all jeep tours are the same, guess again. From the
pier, you
and your fellow guests (4 per jeep) will be led to the
ecological reserve
of Punta Sur, one of the most significant parks of its kind in
all of
Mexico. After an approximate 20-mile ride along the access road,
you will
enjoy a short off road adventure viewing the spectacular
wildlife and trop-
ical vegetation indigenous to the park. After a short visit to a
lighthouse
along the way, you will be led to a small Mayan ruins site,
navigational
museum and crocodile viewing. Your next stop will be at one of
the best
snorkeling spots in Cozumel featuring one of the most protected
natural
shallow reefs in the area. Don't miss out on one of the best
jeep tours
available in Cozumel. Note: Snorkel equipment can be obtained on
board at an
addtional cost.



Fiesta Party Boat

Duration: 4 hours

Price per person: $43.00

Activity level: Easy



Be a part of the most famous party cruise in all of Mexico!
Climb aboard the
triple-decker Fiesta, where live music and tropical punch flow
freely. Your
exotic Caribbean voyage takes you to Playa Sol, Cozumel's
popular beach club.
Once there, you can lie by the pool, maybe enjoy a beach
volleyball game, use
some of the non-motorized water sport equipment or just spend
the afternoon
on the beach. Once the Fiesta starts her journey back to the
pier, the fun
really starts. Enjoy the music, open bar and party of a
lifetime!



Fiesta Sunset Cruise

Duration: 2 1/2 hours

Price per person: $48.00

Activity level: Easy



Available on select ships only



View one of the most beautiful sunsets in the Caribbean aboard
the Fiesta
Party Boat! The original party boat of Mexico is equipped with
three decks,
open bars, a dance floor, and a "moon deck" that is perfect for a
romantic
view of the starlit sky and the lights of Cozumel's shoreline.
Enjoy complim-
entary drinks as you listen to the live band. Join in the great
dancing and
games as the staff gets the party started. Cruising along
Cozumel's shoreline,
you will enjoy a view of the city lights as the party
progresses. Midway
through, you will see one of the most spectacular sunsets ever,
as the sun
goes down over the vividly colored Caribbean. The Sunset Cruise is the
perfect
way to begin your evening.



Hideaway Powerboat and Beach Escape

Duration: 4 hours

Price per person: $95.00

Activity level: Moderate



Enjoy a unique experience as you spend the day at one of Cozumel's most

beautiful beaches as well as getting behind the wheel of your very own
speed
boat! Blast through the waves of Cozumel's North Shore, discovering
hidden
lagoons and virgin beaches. A short bus ride brings you to the beach
where
the boats are located, after an orientation you will take the wheel and
head
out into the open sea! Cruise along the northern coastline, passing
hidden
lagoons and beautiful mangroves before driving your boat up onto a
pristine
and secluded white sand beach. Enjoy a delicious grilled buffet lunch
and
then take advantage of the sugar white sands and crystal clear waters at

Hideaway Beach. Relax in the sun or in the shade, go fo a walk or play a
game
of volleyball. After approximately one hour at Hideaway Beach, it's time
to
get back in the boats and make your way back to your ship. Note: An
adult
must accompany guests under the age of 18, minimum age is 8 years, and
guests
must be at least 18 years of age in order to operate a boat. This is an

active excursion and it is not recommended for pregnant women or guests

with back or neck injuries.



Island Adventure Snorkel

Duration: 2 hours

Price per person: $35.00

Activity level: Easy



Enjoy some of the best snorkeling that Cozumel has to offer! You will be

picked up right at the pier and board a first-class snorkel boat. Your

crew will take you to Villablanca Reef where you will experience
beautiful
soft coral as well as an amazing variety of tropical fish. Instructors
will
be with you to provide assistance with equipment and technique.
Refreshments
will be served upon your return.



Jeep Adventure to Paradise

Duration: 5 1/2 hours

Price per person: $79.00

Activity level: Moderate



An adventure unlike any other! Join your fellow guests (4 to a jeep) as

you are led through the town of San Miguel, at the end passing through

jungle mangroves, large trees, spectacular greenery and wildlife. Your

adventure continues once you reach Bahia Ciega and cross over to Isla
Passion
by canoe or catamaran. Upon arrival, you will receive a welcome drink
and
be introduced to a world of white sand beaches, palm trees,
picnic tables,
palapas, beach volleyball and other games. Your hosts provide
you with a
delicious buffet lunch of grilled fish, chicken and salads as
well as liquid
refreshment. Note: Snorkel equipment can be rented on board at
an additional
cost.



Marine Park Unlimited Snorkel

Duration: 2 hours

Price per adult: $35.00 - child: $25.00

Activity level: Moderate



A great experience for beginners and experts alike! No visit to
Cozumel is
complete without seeing the incredible marine life of the second
largest
barrier reef in the world. This is the only tour that takes you
to a reef
inside a protected area. A short ride takes you to the snorkeling site.

After being outfitted with your snorkeling equipment, a dive
master will
provide a short orientation and then it is time to enter the
warm, crystal
waters of the Mayan Caribbean. Spectacular coral formations as
well as many
colorful and friendly fish are waiting to share the ocean with
you. Note:
All equipment and transportation is provided. Shower, changing
facilities and
a cash bar available.



Mayan Ruins of Tulum

Duration: 7 1/2 - 8 hours

Price per adult: $79.00 - child: $39.00

Activity level: Moderate



Note: Tour not offered on ships also visiting Calica/Playa del
Carmen.


In ancient times, the Mayans developed a paradise kingdom that
rose high
above the magnificent crystal blue Caribbean Sea. Three towering
walls and
a steep cliff protect this ceremonial center. This walled city
was given the
honorary name of Tulum. Your adventure begins with a 40-minute
ferry ride to
Playa del Carmen where you will board an air-conditioned bus for
your inform-
ative one-hour ride to Tulum. An approximate 50-minute rest and
shopping stop
will be made along the way at the Lapis Jewerly Factory. Your
guide will give
an informative narration on the Yucatan and the Mayan culture
during the ride
to Tulum. Once you arrive at the ruins, your guide will escort you
through
the walled Mayan city and give you the history and significance of this
site.
Visit the Castle that is situated on a 40' bluff, the Temple of the
Frescos
known for its detailed carved figures of original paints and
writings, the
Temple of the Descending God, the House of the Chultun and the House of
the
Columns. Don't forget to view the breathtaking Caribbean Sea from the
tower-
ing cliff that separates the land from the sea. Once your tour
of the ruins
is complete, your will make your way back to Playa del Carmen
where a private
ferry awaits to transport you to Cozumel. Note: The Mexican
government will
collect $10 USD from guests wishing to take a video camera into
the ruins.
No tripods or professional video equipment are permitted. This
tour is not
recommended for wheelchair guests or those with walking
difficulties. It is
recommended that you wear comfortable clothing and comfortable
shoes. A light
snack is included.



Mayan Sunset Catamaran Cruise

Duration: 2 hours

Price per person: $49.00

Activity level: Easy



Don't miss the opportunity to experience the beautiful sunsets
of the Mayan
Caribbean as you sail along Cozumel's picturesque coastline
aboard a state
of the art 65' sailing catamaran. Enjoy the open bar featuring
Mexican beer
and zesty margaritas as you cruise along listening to the music,
dancing and
enjoying the view. As the sun sets, you will enjoy the lights
all along the
Cozumel coast as well as the lights in the sky as the stars come
out to
light up the night.



Passion Island Adventure

Duration: 5 hours

Price per person: $68.00

Activity level: Easy



Escape to a private island beach paradise for a day of fun in
the sun. A
short ride from the ship takes you to Bahia Ciega Pier where you
will cross
over to Passion Island either by canoe or motorized tender.
Enjoy Passion
Island's white-sand beaches and majestic charm while playing
beach volleyball,
lying on the beach, an ocean float or swinging in a hammock. A
traditional
grilled lunch including Mexican fare, chicken and fish, as well
as an open
bar will be provided for you to enjoy!



Playa Sol Beach Break

Duration: At your leisure, beach closes at 6pm local time

Price per adult: $28.50 - child: $15.00

Activity level: Easy; Camp Carnival-Recommended



Spend a day on the beach at one of Cozumel's newest beach clubs.
From the
ship, you will be responsible for your own taxi ride,
approximately $14 US
dollars each way and about 10 minutes. Once you arrival at Playa
Sol, simply
make your way to the activity desk for information about the
amazing activ-
ities available to you. Spend the day at the beautiful private beach,
fresh
water pool, beach volleyball courts or try some non- motorized
watersport
equipment and apparatus available. You may also wish to simply have a
drink
at the domestic open bar and hang out. Note: Food is available at an
addit-
ional cost; bring a beach towel. Beach closes at 6 PM.



Sea Trek Helmet Diving

Duration: 1 hour

Price per adult: $89.00 - child: $69.00

Activity Level: Moderate



Enjoy the opportunity to explore Chankanaab Park's under water wonders
with-
out getting your hair wet! Sea Trekking is the easiest and most
comfortable
way to explore the underwater world and is as simple as walking and
breath-
ing. A space age helmet sits comfortably on your shoulders while a
continuous
supply of air flows into the helmet. You will be met at the pier and a
short
ride takes you to Chankanaab National Park. Upon arrival, Sea Trek staff
will
escort you to the dive site and provide a short demo and orientation.
The
underwater walk lasts approximately 25-minutes at a maximum depth of 20'

with a guide and 2 safety divers. If you can't swim, don't worry, all
you
have to do is walk and breathe! After your trek, you will have access to

Chankanaab Park where you can enjoy their facilities as long as you
wish.
Note: Transportation to and from the park is provided; however,
guests who
choose to stay at the park after the tour will be responsible
for their own
transportation back to the ship. Minimum age is 8 years.



Snuba

Duration: 2 hours

Price per person: $65.00

Activity level: Moderate



Are you ready to try something new? Snuba is a combination of
snorkeling
and scuba diving, it is a way to explore the under water world
without the
cumbersome equipment required for scuba diving and without the
surface
limitations associated with snorkeling. After a 15-minute
instructional
orientation, test your skills in shallow waters before
proceeding from
15' to 18' below the surface. Your dive will be approximately 20
to 30-
minutes in length, allowing you to explore some of the brilliant
coral
formations and interesting schools of fish not viewable from the
surface.
Note: Minimum age is 12 years.



Sub-Ocean View

Duration: 1 1/2 hours

Price per person: $39.00

Activity level: Easy



Note: Tour not offered on ships also visiting Calica/Playa del
Carmen.


Board the Ocean View Explorer for an unforgettable ride through
the crystal
waters surrounding the island of Cozumel. This vessel features
44 individual
seats, submerged 4' below the water line, each with its own
viewing window
providing access to all the sights of the Caribbean underwater
world. Your
adventure will take you to the location of a sunken plane where
you will
view all the colorful fish and various marine life that now call
this habitat
home and on to Paraiso Reef to observe the beautiful coral
formations.



Sunset Snorkel Party

Duration: 2 3/4 hours

Price per person: $39.00

Activity Level: Considerable



Prepare yourself for a snorkel experience unlike any other.
Cozumel is home
to some of the best night diving in the Caribbean and now you
have a chance
for a sunset snorkel experience. Water depth at the chosen sites
will be
between 3-20'; there will be lighting and a chase boat and dive
master guides
will accompany you. From the pier, you will be transported to the beach
area
where you will be outfitted with gear and participate in a short
operational
and safety orientation. As the sun slips into the sea, so will you!
Explore
an entirely different kind of nightlife as your guide leads you through
the
water with a strobe light as you witness lobsters, octopus, squid and
eels
as well as the possibility of spotting a fluorescence show from some
other
marine creatures. Marine life is as plentiful at night as it is during
the
day, however, you will see it in an entirely unique and different way.
Note:
All equipment and transportation included; insect repellant is
recommended;
bathroom and shower facilities are available. Guests should be in
reasonable
physical condition to participate.



Tropical Jeep Safari Tour

Duration: 7 1/2 - 8 hours

Price per person: $89.00

Activity level: Moderate



Note: Tour not offered on ships also visiting Calica/Playa del Carmen.



Hidden deep within the tropical savannah of the Yucatan Peninsula lies a

natural beauty that has been mystically touched by the influence of both

Mayan and Spanish cultures - this beauty is yours to discover. After a
40-
minute tender ride into Playa del Carmen, your guide will lead
you away from
civilization toward the southeastern side of the peninsula in a
rugged jeep.
Prepare yourself for an adventure as you travel over bumpy
terrain, passing
endless lush, green vegetation as well as encountering the odd
iguana or
rare tropical bird. At your first stop, Aktun Chen, a natural
cave, you will
be guided through this hidden, mystical underground world. Your
next stop is
beautiful Xpu-Ha Beach which creates a perfect atmosphere for a quiet
relaxing
retreat. Enjoy the beach or just relax while your Mayan-style lunch is
being
prepared on the open grill right on the beach. Your tour
concludes with a
ferry ride back to Cozumel and your ship. Note: The jeep travels
along uneven
bumpy roads. This tour is not suitable for pregnant women or
people with back
injuries. Since driving responsibilities can be rotated, guests
planning to
drive must bring a valid driver's license.



The Mayan Frontier By Horse Back

Duration: 3 1/2 hours

Price per person: $73.00

Activity level: Moderate; Camp Carnival-Recommended



Travel back in time through the sacred land of the Mayans, one
of the oldest
and most mysterious civilizations in the world. Once transported
by bus to
the serenity of the Buena Vista Ranch in the heart of the
tropical savannah,
your guide will match you with a horse suited to your abilities
and provide
a short orientation. You will be escorted into the depths of the
low
Savannah, where the Mayans used to worship their gods. Ride
through ruins
that are more than 1500 years old, and take notice of the sights
and sounds
around you. This area has survived past the Mayan age and is now
living in
harmony with the lost remains of a once great civilization. You
will visit a
ranch stocked with cattle, ponies, turkeys, and other native
creatures. Upon
your return to Buena Vista, you will enjoy a cold, complimentary
beverage
to wrap up your adventure.



Xcaret

Duration: 8 hours

Price per adult: $75.00 - child: $55.00

Activity Level: Easy; Camp Carnival-Recommended



Note: Tour not offered on ships also visiting Calica/Playa del
Carmen.


Xcaret Eco-Archaeological Park is one of the most important
natural theme
parks in the Americas. Your adventure begins from Cozumel where
you will
board a ferry for a 40-minute ride to Playa del Carmen on the
mainland of
Mexico. From here, you will enjoy a 15-minute scenic ride to the
park. A
multitude of activities awaits you once you arrive at the park
and you will
definitely want to do them all. Take a Mayan swim as you float for
30-minutes
on the surface of an underground river. Enjoy swimming in the lagoons,
nat-
ural pools, channels and cenotes. Explore the under water archeological
site,
visit the museum of Mayan Cities, the aquarium, the butterfly pavillion
or
the bird-breeding aviary. Lunch is on your own but there are many
restaurants
on site to choose from, such as fresh seafood, authentic Mexican dishes
as
well as snack bar items. Once it is time to reboard your bus, you will
head
back to Playa del Carmen and then catch the ferry for your return trip
to
Cozumel.



Cozumel Golf and Country Club

Course description: Par 72; 6,724 yards



Welcome to Cozumel's first and only world-class championship 18-hole
golf
course. Created by the Nicklaus design team, this recently built course
is
located just minutes from downtown Cozumel and incorporates the island's

natural wetlands in order to preserve the area's ecologically sensitive
areas
as well as ensuring a challenging round of golf. There are only three
areas
on the golf course where golfers playing another hole are visible,
allowing
you to enjoy your natural surroundings peacefully.



BELIZE CITY, BELIZE



Altun Ha and Belize City Tour

Duration: 4 1/2 hours

Price per adult: $43.00 - child: $23.00

Activity level: Easy



Two Plazas and thirteen structures mark the epicenter of this
very
important ceremonial site of the ancient Mayan civilization.
Altun Ha also
served as a trade center, located only seven miles from the sea
it is also
surrounded by primary broadleaf rainforest. This site, captured
world atten-
tion when Professor David Pendergast of the Royal Ontario museum
discovered
the now famous nine and a half pound jade head of the sun god
Kinich Ahau in
the tomb of a Royal Priest within the main temple of the
masonary altars.
Prepared stone steps allow visitors to climb atop three of the
main temples,
in order to capture the beautiful views of the scenic
countryside. You will
also enjoy a short tour of Belize City, the commercial capital
of Belize.
Note: Transfer time to the site is approximately 1 1/4 hours. A
small
selection of souvenirs and crafts are available for purchase.
Restrooms are
available at the site. This excursion is not wheelchair
accessible.



Altun Ha Mayan Site and River Wallace

Duration: 7 hours

Price per adult: $63.00 - child: $33.00

Activity level: Moderate



A double treat awaits you in the Belize district. First, you will enjoy
an
open riverboat trip along the coast before entering the Belize River,
also
called Rio Wallace by the Spaniards during the Conquistador rule of the
New
World. Besides the abundance of bird life, the river is home to
crocodiles,
manatee and even dolphin. After your river expedition, it is time to
board
a motorcoach and head for the Mayan Ceremonial Center of Altun Ha. It
was
within the main temple of masonary alters where the famous jade head of
the
Sun God Kinich Ahau was found during an expedition led by Professor
David
Pendergast of the Royal Ontario Museum. The site which is set in the
pristine
Belize rainforest, has two plazas and thirteen structures within its
epicenter
and was a vital trade center during the classic period (250-900 AD).
Note:
Your river trip will be approximately 1 1/4 hours and since the boats
are
are uncovered, a hat and sunscreen is recommended. Restrooms are
available at
Altun Ha. Your return bus trip is approximately 45 minutes. Tour may
operate
in reverse depending on participation.



Baboon Sanctuary and Belize City Tour

Duration: 4 1/2 hours

Price per adult: $45.00 - child: $25.00

Activity level: Moderate



A number of farmers of the Belize District living in villages
with names
like Bermudan Landing and Lemonal came together, and with the
assistance of
the Audubon Society created the "Community Baboon Sanctuary". In
1986
approximately 60 landowners joined the project and committed
themselves to
the land management practices that accommodate the Howler Monkey
known as
the "Baboon" in Creole. During the 1-hour motor coach transfer
to the san-
ctuary, keep your eyes peeled for the "Baboon Crossing". These
primates live
in a perfect habitat in the wild, the riverine forests of the fertile
Belize
River area. A 20 to 30-minute walk on prepared jungle paths take
you on a
tour through the Howler's World, neither shy nor quiet, you are
bound to see
and definitely hear these amazing primates. After your tour of
the sanctuary,
enjoy a short tour of Belize City, the largest city in the
district and also
the commercial capital of Belize. Note: This tour involves
walking over some
uneven and bumpy terrain; not recommended for wheelchairs.



Belize City Tour

Duration: 2 1/2 hours

Price per adult: $29.99 - child: $14.50

Activity level: Easy

Belize City is the grand lady of Belize's Colonial era, when the English

Baymen decided to firmly establish themselves on the coast, in spite of

attempts from the Spanish to dislodge them. Old wooden colonial homes

combined with modern cement structures line the narrow city streets and

give the city a flavor that has attracted many. Boasting a population of

approximately 70,000 people, Belize City also has many landmarks such as
the
200 year old Cathedral where mosquito kings were crowned, the famous
light-
house that marks the grave of the Portuguese Baron who left a great
fortune
to Belize, and many more historic landmarks. Enjoy the shops of Belize
City
as your tour of this great city comes to a close. Note: Restrooms are
avail-
able at the House of Culture.



Belize Zoo and City Tour

Duration: 4 1/2 hours

Price per adult: $48.00 - child: $23.00

Activity Level: Easy



The Belize Zoo and Tropical Education Center was started in 1983 as an

attempt to provide a home for various wild animals that had been
featured
in documentary films about the rain forest. From the very beginning, it
was
apparent that the Belizean visitors to the zoo were not familiar with
the
different species of wild life that shared their country and all
efforts were
made to transform the little zoo into a dynamic wild life
education center.
Today, the Belize Zoo covers approximately 29-acres of tropical
savanna and
features over 125 animals native to Belize, many of which were
found injured
and nursed back to health. Enjoy the magnificent range of
mammals, birds and
reptiles from jaguars to howlers, toucans to egrets and
crocodiles to tree
frogs, all in their natural habitat. Your journey will begin as
you depart
from the cruise ship pier passing some of the highlights of
Belize City, as
you travel along the western highway approximately 30-miles
before arriving
at the Zoo. You will spend approximately 1 1/2 hours touring the
Zoo and
Educational Center before returning via Belize City viewing more
highlights
before finally arriving at the cruise ship pier. Note: This tour
involves
some walking. Sunscreen, hat, sunglasses, insect repellant and
comfortable
clothing are highly recommended.



Biking in Belize

Duration: 6 hours

Price per person: $49.00

Activity level: Considerable



Enjoy this natural rainforest setting as your guide takes you
through some of
the best trails that Belize has to offer. After an approximate
one-hour drive
to the rainforest, you will participate in a short orientation before
the
guides lead you on your bike adventure. The 3 1/2 - 4 hour journey will
take
you through medicinal nature trails and past natural ponds, home to a
few of
the area's crocodiles. Pay attention to your surroundings and you may be

rewarded by spotting some of the area's indigenous wildlife such as
iguanas,
various birds, opossum, anteaters, foxes, forest rabbits and many more.

This time will also include an informative stop at Altun Ha. Once your

wildlife adventure bike ride comes to an end, you will be treated to a

hearty Belizean lunch. Note: This is an active tour and guests must be
in
good physical condition to participate.



Cave Tubing and Rain Forest Exploration

Duration: 6 1/2 hours

Price per person: $85.00

Activity level: Considerable



Your tour will depart the tender dock by bus and head up the western
highway
for approximately 1 1/2 hours, the last 6-miles being over an uneven and

bumpy jungle road. Following a short orientation with local guides, you
will
be equipped with your flotation tube, a caving headlamp and life vest,
if
required. Now your exploration will commence in earnest, carrying your

equipment and walking for approximately 45-minutes on a rain forest
path,
where you will reach the river input site for your tubing
adventure. Splash
into the cool waters of the Sibun River aboard your flotation tube as
you
float lazily downstream observing the cave formations of the
limestone cavern
that was formed before the dawn of mankind. Lunch will be served
at the Cheers
restaurant following your cave tubing adventure. Note: It is
recommended that
you bring a change of clothing as you may spend up to 1 1/2
hours on the
river. Waterproof cameras and sturdy closed toed footwear are a
definite
necessity as well as sunscreen and a hat. Guests must be a
minimum age of
16 to participate.



Goff's Caye Snorkeling

Duration: 4 hours

Price per person: $45.00

Acitity level: Easy



Boarding your snorkel boat directly from the ship, an
approximate 40-minute
ride will bring you to this remote Caye, 12-miles east of Belize
and about
the size of a football field. Goff's Caye is a magnificent coral
island sit-
ting right on top of the Great Barrier Reef of Belize.
Collecting your snor-
kel gear upon arrival at the Caye, you will have the option to
snorkel from
the beautiful beach or directly off of your snorkel boat. Great
for beginners
and those with past experience, either way you will enjoy the
abundant reef
life, great coral formations and crystal clear waters. Find your island

paradise at Goff's Caye as your guide takes you around the whole island

snorkeling. Note: Underwater cameras, sunscreen and a hat are
recommended.
Restrooms are available on the Caye.



Horseback Adventure and Nature Walk

Duration: 7 hours

Price per person: $88.00

Activity level: Moderate



Enjoy a horseback riding experience along some of the most pristine
riding
trails that Belize has to offer. After a scenic 1 1/2 hour ride through

Belize City to the Cayo Distict near the new capital of Belmopan, you
will
arrive at the ranch and lodge of the Windy Hill Resort. After a short

orientation, your guide will lead you on an approximate 1-1/2 hour
horseback
ride. After your ride, lunch will be served at the lodge itself in its
serene
setting among the tree. The next stage of your adventure involves a
short
guided nature walk. Enjoy this informative walk through a rainforest
trail as
your guide points out different interesting plants and tress used by
Mayans
for food, building materials and medicine. You may also see serveral
varieties
of Parrots, Toucans, Trogans, and dozens of other bird species, as well
as
the occasional Deer. Note: Closed toed shoes and long pants are
recommended,
minimum age 12 years, maximum weight limit 220 lbs. Sunscreen, hat,
sunglasses
and insect repellent are recommended. Please be aware that you
will be divided
into two groups with one group doing the nature walk while the
other group
rides, and vice versa.



Shark Ray Alley Snorkel

Duration: 7 hours

Price per adult: $69.00 - child: $39.00

Activity level: Moderate



Experience snorkeling at the site Skin Diver magazine called one
of the 7
best animal dives in the Caribbean. Approximately 4 miles south
of San Pedro's
Ambergris Caye in the Belize District lies the Hol Chan marine
reserve and
and Shark/Ray alley, one of the most popular snorkeling/dive
sites along the
barrier reef of Belize. For several years, local fishermen often
cleaned
their catch in this area and it is now a popular site for the
Southern Sting-
rays and Nurse Sharks. Board a comfortable speedboat directly
from the ship
and enjoy an exhilarating 1 1/4 hour ride along the mangrove
channels passing
Caye Chapel and Caye Caulker before arr
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