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From the comfort of a modern cruise

ship - enjoy all Havana and Cuba have

to offer. Admire the Spanish colonial

architecture of 16th-century Old Havana

core, including the maritime museum

in Castillo de la Real fort and the prerevolutionary

Capitolio. 1950's Americanmade classic cars line the city's

streets

and rumba groups play in the painted

alley Callejón de Hamel. Salsa emanates

from clubs, cabaret is still performed at

the famed Tropicana and the heady smell

of the world famous Cuban cigars hangs

in the air.

Belize is situated on the Central American

mainland next to Costa Maya in Mexico

and it is a close neighbour to Honduras.

It was formerly known as British Honduras

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Date Interior Oceanview Minisuite

22 Nov 16 £1469 £1619 £2269

29 Nov 16 £1469 £1619 £2269

06 Dec 16 £1439 £1579 £2239

13 Dec 16 £1469 £1619 £2269

20 Dec 16 £1799 £1959 £2599

27 Dec 16 £1619 £1769 £2429

03 Jan 17 £1399 £1549 £2199

10 Jan 17 £1399 £1549 £2199

17 Jan 17 £1399 £1549 £2199

24 Jan 17 £1399 £1549 £2199

31 Jan 17 £1439 £1579 £2239

07 Feb 17 £1559 £1699 £2349

14 Feb 17 £1699 £1855 £2499

21 Feb 17 £1559 £1699 £2349

28 Feb 17 £1599 £1749 £2399

CUBA AND THE

CARIBBEAN

ALL-INCLUSIVE DRINKS CRUISE

Fly cruise holidays aboard MSC Armonia

Be among the first to take this rare opportunity to visit Havana and

marvel at this country in a time warp where time seems to have stood

still in the 1950's. This brand new extended Caribbean cruise itinerary

from Cuba has just been released by MSC cruises who seem to have

cornered the market in finding itineraries that are a little different

to the norm - which make them highly sought after by novice and

seasoned cruisers alike. This is the perfect opportunity to get there

first at low cost before everything changes. Contrast the popular

ports of West Caribbean such as Montego Bay and Grand Cayman

with the Latin charm and unspoilt lush scenery of Central American

ports such as the Belize Barrier Reef and Mahogany Bay.

and gained full independence in 1981. It

has the second largest Barrier Reef in the

world at just under 200 miles long, which

protects lagoons teeming with marine

life and 450 islets. The Roatan islands

are situated in Honduras and are where

you will find Mahogany Bay - a silky sand

beach with diamond-clear seas. .

Isla De La Juventud - translated as the

Isle of Youth - is the second-largest Cuban

island and the seventh-largest island in

the West Indies.. It served for centuries

as a base for pirates with buried treasure

regularly found around the island. This

sleepy, laid-back place has amazing uncrowded

white sand beaches and gives

the chance to get off the beaten track

- appealing to escape artists, adventurers

and committed contrarians.

Included in the price:

• Return flights from Gatwick or

Heathrow To Havana

• All private car transfers

• 14 Night full board cruise

aboard the MSC Armonia

• Bonus up to $75 per stateroom

on-board spending money

(Book by 18th February 2016)

• FREE All Inclusive Drinks

package on-board (Book by

29th February 2016)

• Initial Cuban Arrival Visa

• Facilities and entertainment

on-board ship

14 NIGHTS PRICES FROM

£1399PER PERSON

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Cuba

Relax on Caribbean beaches

Explore retro

50's Cuba

from the

comfort of a

modern ship!

ITINERARY: Fly from London to Havana. Transfer to the ship and spend two

nights on board in port using the ship as your hotel in the centre of Havana to

explore all this city and unspoilt country has to offer - Montego Bay (Jamaica) -

Georgetown (Grand Cayman)- Cozumel (Mexico)-Havana ( for overnight and a full

day the following day on board in port) - Belize City -Mahognay Bay - Roatan island

(Honduras)- Costa Maya (Mexico)- Isla De La Juventud (Cuba)- Havana - Disembark

ship for your overnight flight home.

Optional Extras

• Regional flight supplements

• Excursions at each port of call

• Gratuities on board ship

• Cuban Re-Entry Visa available

on board ship at $15pp

Havana

Belize

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