We had a wonderful time kayaking out to a reef and then snorkeling before kayaking back to shore for some local fruits.
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Popular Aruba Excursions
From its rich, layered heritage to its duty-free shops and stunning beaches, find out why Aruba is called “One Happy Island” on an island tour.
Aruba offers some of the finest offshore locations to experience the island's small coral bays and vibrantly colored fish. Beginners and experienced snorkelers alike will love the experience.
Spend your day relaxing on the picturesque shores of Aruba. Framed by palm trees and crystal-clear waters, these beaches are the definition of paradise.
You will have the opportunity to get an up close view of exotic marine life while diving to depths up to 130 feet. Be amazed by colorful schools of tropical fish, huge sponge gardens, the mystical beauties of the coral fields and two sunken wrecks.
Take a ride on the wild side with a Jeep tour through Aruba’s most scenic routes and beaches.
Daily catamaran cruises transport vacationers around Aruba's breezy coastline. Try a snorkeling tour or a dinner and moonlight cruise to get more adventure out of your day!
Leave your stresses behind after a relaxing tour of Aruba’s famous white California light house followed by a beach excursion under the tropical sun.
A sunset cruise is the perfect way to top off an evening in Aruba. Enjoy the beautiful scenery as the sun sets and enjoy a traditional Aruban meal surrounded by water.
Aloe Balm Facility
Take a guided tour of the Aloe Balm Facility and see the production process first hand, from leaf cutting in the fields to finished lotions and creams in the facility.
Popular Barbados Excursions
Enjoy a nice relaxing day on the beach surrounded by water and sand. Ideal for families, activities both on land and in water are offered throughout the day as well.
Barbados is a thoroughly Caribbean island, complete with lush tropical foliage, colorful homes and a laid-back, "why hurry?" attitude. Get a comprehensive overview on an island tour.
Board a luxury catamaran and enjoy a relaxing day boating around the scenic island of Barbados.
Located in the central uplands of the island, this crystallized limestone cavern is a testament to nature's mastery. Flowing streams, deep pools of crystal clear water and towering columns characterize this living cave.
Take a swim with Barbados' friendly sea turtles—don't worry; they won't bite! Sure to be an unforgettable experience.
The colorful coral reefs and marine life in Barbados make it a prime destination for snorkeling. You don't have to stray too far from shore to see starfish, sea turtles and more.
Jeep 4X4 Adventure
Enjoy a 4x4 wheeler Jeep tour and sightseeing adventure throughout Barbados. It will truly be a day of discovery and exploration.
Pirate Fun Cruise
Join the pirates for an enjoyable time snorkelling and swimming with the sea turtles, or just suntanning on the top deck. For the adventurous, you can rope-swing from the boat or be blind-folded and made to walk the plank!
Snorkel through multiple shipwrecks dating back through WWI and WWII. Covered in marine life, these wrecks are prime examples of reef diversity, and they rest only a few feet below the surface.
Popular Costa Maya Excursions
Chacchoben Mayan Ruins
Deep in the Mexican jungle, Chacchoben is among the most famous ruins in Cozumel. These ancient pyramids have been excavated and restored, and now stand as testament to the myths and rituals of the mysterious Mayan peoples.
Kick back and relax on the sandy beach in Costa Maya. Whether you book an organized beach break or venture out on your own, fun and sun await.
Explore one of the island's "best kept secrets" in Mexico by touring the Mayan Ruins. Learn about myths, legends, and Mayan culture while enjoying its beautiful landscape.
Dive deep into Costa Maya's deep blue waters, a perfect excursion for both beginners and experts. You'll see beautiful coral formations and check out tropical fish.
Enjoy an incredible ride on your own ATV along the beaches and lush green jungle of Mexico's Costa Maya region.
Experience the thrill of a immersing yourself in an underwater world by swimming with one of the world's smartest animals -- the dolphin.
Soar through Costa Maya's rain forest on a zip line tour to get a panoramic view of the island.
Take a segway tour for a fun and efficient way to navigate through Costa Maya with your group!
One of the most popular ways to explore Costa Maya is by Jeep, which offers a mix of fresh air and adventure. Drive deep into jungle trails, isolated terrain and secluded beaches.
Popular Cozumel Excursions
Take a beach break tour to enjoy a leisurely day of sand and sun. Sit back and enjoy Cozumel's beaches and relaxed scenery, or participate in one of the many aquatic activities offered.
What's really beneath Cozumel's waters? You may encounter some of the island's unique vibrant colored fish on a snorkeling adventure.
Dolphin Swim & Encounter
Cozumel's dolphin programs bring cruisers up close and personal with the affectionate creatures. Enjoy interacting with the dolphins as you become one with their habitat.
Do not miss out on Cozumel's famous Mayan Ruins! Learn about Mayan civilization, culture, folklore, and unsolved mysteries.
Chankanaab National Park Tour
If you're looking for a day in the sun, venture into Chankanaab National Park. With scuba, snorkeling, a historical walking trail, and not to mention great food, Chankanaab provides the perfect relaxing atmosphere for your time in Cozumel.
Private Resort Day Pass
Enjoy excellent cuisine, tropical cocktails, and other fabulous amenities as you relax in the comfort and privacy of a first-class resort.
A Jeep tour is the ultimate way to see Cozumel. Venture off into jungles and isolated terrain for a day full of fresh air and sun.
Amazing River & Cavern Explore
These remarkable caverns connected by underground waterways are sure to astonish you. Enjoy breath-taking stalagmites and other incredible forms that will bring a new appreciation to Cozumel's subterranean world.
Take to the seas on a private catamaran charter and experience the bliss of Cozumel's scenic coastline and crystal blue waters. To add more adventure to your day, choose an excursion that offers snorkeling and other activities as well!
Popular Curacao Excursions
Explore the brightly-hued island of Curacao, which boasts some of the best examples of 17th and 18th century Dutch architecture.
Enjoy a day of sand and surf, and cast away all your worries while on a private beach break excursion in Curacao.
Explore the Hato Caves -- the deepest and longest cave formation in Curacao -- home to beautiful limestone decor, waterfalls and the famous Madonna Statue.
Come thirsty to taste all the flavors available at the Blue Curacao distillery, such as rum raisin, coffee and the original Blue Curacao.
Snorkeling excursions provide tourists with the opportunity to experience what lies beneath the water's surface. Swim around Curacao's coral reefs and with the island's unique marine life.
The trolley tour through Curacao is a great way to explore the island's historical and urban settings. Experience the beauty of Curacao while learning about its prominent culture.
Curacao's well-known aquarium allows you to experience all of the island's unique species while still on a dry land. This is a good option for families with kids enthralled by sea life.
Educational and interactive ostrich farms give you a unique opportunity to feed the largest bird in the world. Experience the magnificent ostrich and so much more in Curacao.
Experience Curacao's tropical waters and sea life while in the hull of a semi sub, a mix between a submarine and a glass bottom boat.
Popular Freeport Excursions
Enjoy a relaxing day on the beach surrounded by surf, sand and water sports on a beach break excursion in Freeport.
Snorkeling excursions provide tourists with the opportunity to experience what lies beneath the water's surface. Swim around Freeport's coral reefs as well as with the island's unique marine life.
Take a tour of Freeport to learn more about the background and history of the city and Grand Bahama Island.
Dolphin Swim & Encounter
Spend a day in Freeport swimming and interacting with dolphins in a protected lagoon.
Paddle through the creeks of the island's mangrove forest in a shiny kayak.
Glass Bottom Boat Tour
View Freeport’s coral reefs and colorful fish through the floor of a glass bottom boat. You’ll learn about the nation’s history as you cruise the coastline of the Bahamas.
Venturing off by Jeep is a great way to see the best of the Freeport and the Bahaman shoreline.
Perfume Factory and Brewery Tour
Tour the production and bottling facility of a local Bahamian Brewery - then try some! At the perfume factory, go behind the scenes of a working fragrance production operation, and take advantage of the opportunity to mix your own special fragrance, bottle it and name it.
The Garden of the Groves
Featuring lush flowering gardens brimming with orchids, ferns, duck ponds and waterfalls, Freeport’s Garden of the Groves is a natural 12-acre playground.
Popular Grand Cayman (Georgetown) Excursions
Encounter one of Grand Cayman's most popular sea creatures -- the stingray. Feed and touch them as you swim together in the island's turquoise water.
Experience Grand Cayman's underwater world while snorkeling in what is known as one of the world's leading destinations for snorkeling.
Much more than a turtle farm, this habitat features Grand Cayman’s most popular and unique species including butterflies, sharks and, of course, turtles.
If your idea of a relaxing day involves sand, water and breathtaking scenery, consider a beach break excursion in Grand Cayman.
A tour of Grand Cayman, rich in history and folklore, will touch on the island's many unique characteristics and popular attractions.
Visit Hell -- a group of short, black, limestone formations located in Grand Cayman. It’s touristy, but it’s a must-do (and a great photo op for your cruise scrapbook).
Enjoy a dynamic dolphin swim enclosed in the pristine waters that surround Grand Cayman.
This is more than just a swim with the dolphins. Witness fun dolphin behaviors that you will never forget; from handshakes to jumps and kisses, there is no telling what the dolphins will do next!
Rum Cake Factory
Satisfy your sweet tooth with a tour of Grand Cayman's rum cake factory and learn how the delectable Caribbean dessert is made. Don't forget to take some home as a souvenir.
Popular Grand Turk Excursions
Peek below the surface of Grand Turk's clear blue water for a glimpse at the Atlantic Ocean's bewildering variety of fascinating marine life.
An island tour is one of the most efficient ways to learn about the historical heartbeat of Grand Turk -- the capital island of Turks and Caicos.
Spend the day soaking up the sun on the sands of Grand Turk while participating in aquatic and land activities on a beach break excursion.
Stingrays are not just for Grand Cayman! Swim with stingrays in Grand Turk and even get the opportunity to feed them as they glide by.
See historic 18th and 19th-century style buildings that mirror the Bermudan-style architecture of the salt-raking era on a city tour in Grand Turk. You may even see a horse or donkey roaming the narrow alleys.
Set sail for one of the many fantastic deserted beaches in Grand Turk, enjoying aquatic excursions along the way on a Catamaran tour.
Margaritaville Grand Turk is a fiesta you don't want to miss! The restaurant is situated in the village typesetting of the Carnival Cruise Center on Grand Turk, only half a minute's walk from the cruise-ship pier. Take the time to walk the white-sand beach and swim the crystal clear blue waters surrounding the isle. But after you finish browsing the village, make sure you've set aside a couple hours for some fun in the sun at Margaritaville Turks and Caicos!
Scuba - Certified
Grand Turk offers some of the finest scuba diving excursions in the world with its vast array of tropical fish and reefs.
Looking for adventure everyone will enjoy? ATV tours are a thrilling way to try something new while site seeing around Grand Turk.
Popular Juneau Excursions
Mendenhall Glacier is easy accessible from Juneau and one fo the most popular attractions among cruise travelers. This magnificent glacier measures 12 miles long!
Experience an intimate encounter with Humpback and Orca whales on a scenic whale watching tour around Juneau harbor.
Mount Roberts Tramway
Ride the tram up Mount Roberts and experience the panorama of Juneau and the Inside Passage from 1,800 feet above the city.
Dog sledding is a quintessential Alaskan experience- allow a team of strong huskies to pull you through Juneau's trails and countryside.
Helicopter tours are a must-do in Alaska and it's easy to understand why. Nothing beats the view of Juneau's glaciers and icy waters from above.
A float plane will provide you with some of the most exquisite views that Juneau has to offer. Some tours include a salmon feast at a quaint lodge.
Combine a Glacier Gardens Rainforest Adventure and Macauley Salmon Hatchery tour.
Whales, Bears and Glaciers
This excursion covers the perfect trifecta of Alaska's attractions: whale-watching, bear-viewing and a scenic flight over the glaciers of the Juneau Icefield.
Best of Juneau
Experience Juneau's many natural attractions from its famous glaciers all the way to the majestic sealife!
Popular Ketchikan Excursions
Enjoy the Great Alaska Lumberjack Show while in port at Ketchikan. This extravaganza will introduce you to the world's best lumberjacks, who compete in a number of events for the title of "Bull of the Woods."
Misty Fjords Flightseeing
Explore Misty Fjords -- one of nature's most spectacular natural creations -- while cruising on a luxury vessel through Ketchikan.
Why settle for just land or sea when you could have both? Ketchikan's Duck Tour will take you for a splash with a fully amphibious sightseeing tour.
Wilderness Tour & Crab Feast
This is a perfect option for fans of TV’s “Deadliest Catch” -- get your hands wet pulling up crab pots from waters surrounding Ketchikan’s coastline followed by a fresh Dungeness Crab feast!
Bering Sea Crab Fisherman's Tour
Board a real life crab-fishing vessel in Ketchikan. Popularized by the television show Deadliest Catch, fishing for king crab is notorious for being one of the world's most dangerous professions.
Totem Bight State Park
Parks such as Ketchikan Totem Bight State Park feature recreated Native Alaskan villages with traditional homes for a taste of native history and mythology.
Misty Fjords Wilderness Cruise
Journey into the heart of Misty Fjords National Monument, a nearly 2.3 million-acre tract of wilderness east of Ketchikan, and experience the raw power of the great Alaskan north. Known as "The Yosemite of the North," the terrain in Misty Fjords has been sculpted over the millennia by creeping glaciers to create a drastic but beautiful landscape.
Saxman Native Village
Visit Ketchikan's own Saxman Native Village, home to an authentic clan house and the world's largest collection of standing totem poles. If you book a tour through your cruise ship you can even see a native dancing show.
A rainforest hike in Ketchikan is a great way to get active outdoors—and admire the flora and fauna that makes Alaska so memorable.
Popular Montego Bay Excursions
Savor the sun and cast away stress as you enjoy a beach break excursion on Montego Bay's white sand beaches.
Dunn's River Falls
Dunn's River Falls offer 600 feet of climbing pleasure for thousands of visitors and locals every year. It is arguably Jamaica's most popular and famous attraction.
Enjoy a scenic and informative journey through some of Montego Bay's most historic areas and popular attractions with a tour of the city.
A river tour in Montego Bay combines gentle rapids and lounging in the tropical sun.
Embark on a Jeep tour to Montego Bay's mountains, beaches and natural habitats.
Hilton Rose Hall
The Hilton Rose Hall in Montego Bay offers a spectacular variety of summer fun for every member of the family.
If you need a break from the beach, visit the manicured plantation grounds in Montego Bay. Taste the local culture, literally-- on many tours, visitors sample honey, sugarcane and pineapple.
Spend the day exploring the beautiful island of Montego Bay at your own pace.
Sunset Beach Resort
Enjoy a relaxing day and experience the very best of Montego Bay at the famous Sunset Beach Resort.
Popular Naples Excursions
Pompeii Walking Tour
Tour the winding roads, ruins and architecture of Pompeii, the ancient town within modern day Naples that was lost in the eruption of Mount Vesuvius.
Experience one of the most beautiful and dramatic coastlines in the world, the Amalfi Coast, accessible from the port of Naples.
Visit the beautiful water-side town of Sorrento, home of the famous Limoncello, and enjoy!
Spend the day exploring the western coastline of Italy and beautiful city of Naples at your own pace.
Discover the ancient lifestyles and the ongoing explorations of Herculaneum. The town was lost, along with Pompeii, in the eruption of Mount Vesuvius.
See a few of Italy’s highlights, including the Herculaneum and Mt. Vesuvius, on a one-day Naples city tour.
Explore Naples' legendary Mt. Vesuvius, the only active volcano left in Europe. A bus ride up the side offers a chance to hike a slippery cinder track.
Capri Walking Tour
Spend the day amidst the hidden bays, charming squares and turquoise waters of Capri.
Positano Walking Tour
Take a walking tour of Positano, accessible from the port of Naples and considered to be one of the most beautiful and exclusive towns in the world.
Popular Nassau Excursions
Enjoy the luxury of the Atlantis resort on Paradise Island. One of the most expensive hotels in the world, Atlantis is home to a variety of attractions available to day visitors, ranging from an impressive assortment of massive water parks to the world's largest open air marine habitat.
Once a haven to pirates, see everything Nassau has to offer on an amazing island tour.
Blue Lagoon Island Beach
Spend a day relaxing on the beautiful Blue Lagoon Island. Once a frequent stop for pirates and privateers, the island is now the perfect place for an excursion.
Dip into Nassau's beautiful waters to catch a glimpse of the spectacular coral reefs hidden just below the surface. Snorkeling provides access to this unforgettable underwater world without the difficulty and training necessary for full on scuba.
You don't have to go far for a good time in Nassau. Enjoy a relaxing day with friends and family on the island's beautiful white-sand beaches.
Get up close and personal with the world's smartest marine mammals with an amazing dolphin encounter.
Blue Lagoon Dolphin Swim
Do not miss out on an exciting personal encounter with the world's smartest marine mammal—the dolphin. Grab on tight as it takes you for a swim through Nassau's turquoise waters.
Balmoral Island & Sting Ray Experience
Relax on the white sand beaches of Balmoral Island or, for the more adventurous, get the experience of a lifetime with the docile stingrays not far off the shore.
The Ardastra Gardens, Zoo and Conservation Park in Nassau is home to dozens of species of animals, birds and reptiles, including an indigenous Bahamian parrot bred here in captivity.
Popular Port Canaveral (Orlando) Excursions
Kennedy Space Center
A visit to Kennedy Space Center, near Port Canaveral, is your chance to explore space travel and experience history in the making!
Established in the 1800’s in the center of the famed Indian River, Cocoa Beach, accessible from Port Canaveral, offers a sight into old Florida.
Walt Disney World
Discover the magic at Walt Disney World’s theme parks -- a fun adventure for any age! The parks are about 45 miles from Port Canaveral.
Take to amazing waves on the Port Canaveral Airboat Tour. You will enjoy the amazing sights of this multi-faceted port as you coast over the cool Atlantic waters!
Universal Studios / Islands of Adventure
Go behind the scenes of your favorite movies at Universal Studios in Florida -- the world’s premier movie and TV based theme park, about an hour drive from Port Canaveral.
Pontoon River Cruise
Sail the Atlantic and get a glimpse at some of Port Canaveral's wonderful wildlife on a pontoon river cruise. You are sure to enjoy!
Home of the great Shamu, SeaWorld, about 45 miles from Port Canaveral, offers a multitude of marine attractions and shows and is especially fun for family travelers.
Port Canaveral is home to the Kennedy Space Center and The Astronaut Hall of Fame. The city also provides access to central Florida's Everglades and the nearby Cocoa Beach.
Dolphin Encounter and Aquaventure
On this fascinating adventure, you will experience the unique ecosystems and wildlife of an endangered estuary in a pontoon boat. Certified eco-guides lead this expedition and explore the home of the bottlenose dolphin that will feed and swim around the boat.
Popular Rome (Civitavecchia) Excursions
Retrace the footsteps of Ancient Romans as you explore the Roman Forum, Spanish steps, Trevi Fountain and other must-sees in Rome.
Rome's Colosseum, once home to brutal gladiatorial combat, is the largest amphitheater ever built in the Roman Empire. One of the new seven wonders of the world, this famous feat of architecture is not to be missed.
Rome on Your Own
Venture out on your own in Rome, a living museum with gorgeous artwork, amazing architecture and inspiring ancient sites -- yet alive and vibrant in a 21st-century way. It's an unforgettable city to visit and we'll warn you right now once you've experienced it you'll want to come back for more.
Plan for an intimate and enlightening experience with a private city tour of Rome. This excursion will highlight major sites in Italy's capital, granting an easier access and a personalized experience you are sure to appreciate!
Visit the Vatican museums to see the world famous Sistine Chapel and St. Peter's Basilica. Note: Go early in the morning to bypass the long lines.
St. Peter's Basilica
The greatest feat of Renaissance architecture, and constructed in part by Michelangelo himself, the sheer scale of St. Peter's Basilica is nothing short of astounding. This is known to be the burial site of Saint Peter, 91 popes, a Holy Roman Emperor, and more.
Step inside the Sistine Chapel and feast your eyes on the most famous frescoes ever painted. You'll soon understand why so many consider Michelangelo to be an artist without peer.
St. Peter's Square
Experience the wondrous scenery and history in St. Peter's Square, located directly in front of St. Peter's Basilica in the Vatican City.
The famous Trevi Fountain was built by architect Nicola Salvi and is one of the largest fountains in Rome.
Popular Skagway Excursions
White Pass Scenic Railway
The unforgettable journey on the White Pass Scenic Railway is not just another train ride; built through rugged terrain, the route passes through tunnels and valleys en route to the scenic White Pass Summit.
Dog sledding isn't just for the freezing Alaskan winter! Let a team of strong huskies pull you through Skagway's trails and countryside.
Yukon Van Tour
See the remarkable Yukon on a comfortable and intimate guided van tour in Skagway. You will be in awe of its captivating beauty!
Embark on a scenic drive from Skagway, past rugged mountains and picturesque log cabins and into the depths of Canada’s wild Yukon Territory.
Yukon Suspension Bridge
The history and nature of Alaska are on display at the Yukon Suspension Bridge in museum-quality exhibits; cross the custom built footbridge over white water rapids.
Catch the gold fever searching for yellow nuggets in the heart of historic Skagway.
Nothing beats observing Alaska from the air! Choose a helicopter tour for a bird’s-eye view of Skagway’s spectacular countryside and icy glaciers.
Thrill-seekers and nature-lovers will enjoy the rush of a zipline excursion through Skagway's lush forests.
Street Car Tour
Skagway’s street car, dating back to 1923, is a popular historical tour and mode of transportation to points of interest throughout the Alaska port.
Popular St. Kitts (Port Zante) Excursions
Board a narrow train, built between 1913 and 1926 for transporting sugar cane, for a scenic 3-mile circle of the beautiful Caribbean island of St. Kitts.
With a population hovering around 35,000, the small island of St. Kitts is a gem of the Caribbean. Home to a plethora of beautiful beaches, the island also holds Brimstone Hill Fortress National Park, the largest fortress ever built in the Eastern Caribbean and among the best preserved in the Americas.
Whether you enjoy the water or just want to soak in the sun, a day relaxing on the beautiful white beaches of Saint Kitts is the perfect way to spend your time on the idyllic Caribbean island.
Hop aboard a catamaran for a fun and scenic trip along the coastline of beautiful St. Kitts. It's a great way to enjoy the turquoise waters and beautiful weather without jumping in the ocean yourself.
Take to the Caribbean water and experience the beauty of St. Kitts' on an underwater adventure filled with exotic fish and turtles.
Soar through St. Kitts' rainforest while on a zip-lining tour through the island's wilderness. This tour provides thrill seekers an adrenaline rush -- and a panoramic view of St. Kitts.
Brimstone Hill Tour
Brimstone Hill, now a UNESCO World Heritage site, rises 800 feet with steep slopes and possessing a commanding view of the sea, was an ideal natural defense. Work on a permanent fortress on Brimstone Hill began in the 1690s and continued for about a century as the British and French wrestled for control of the island and its valuable plantations.
Cruise Critic members say the Historic House on St. Kitts is a beautiful location with interesting history. Explore the grounds or pick up batik as a souvenir.
A rainforest tour is a good choice for visitors wishing to be introduced to some of the 300 varieties of ferns, orchids and unique wildlife on St. Kitts.
Popular St. Martin Excursions
Covering both the Dutch and French sides of this beautiful island, a guided tour is a great way to see everything St. Martin has to offer.
Warm, white sand beaches are a Caribbean cruise staple. Do it all -- or do nothing at all -- on a beach break excursion in St. Martin.
Get more than your feet wet snorkeling in the waters of St. Martin.
Take to the waters of St. Martin by sail and experience the thrill of the race.
Board a catamaran and prepare for an excellent excursion as you tour tropical St. Martin -- it is sure to be an informative, relaxing and very enjoyable day.
See & Sea Tour
This guided See & Sea tour will show you all of the variety of St. Martin, from land to ocean.
Visit the beautiful tropical paradise of St. Martin and go on an unforgettable guided city tour!
With locations in both St. Martin and Aruba, the Butterfly Farm houses hundreds of exotic species for your viewing pleasure.
Motorized Vehicle Tour
See St. Martin from a new and exciting perspective with a guided motorized vehicle tour!
Popular St. Petersburg Excursions
A city tour of St. Petersburg covers its main architectural and historical monuments, including Peter and Paul’s fortress and the retreats of the Tsars.
Five historic buildings (one of which was the former residence of Russian Tsars) today make up the Hermitage Museum, housing one of the finest art collections in the world.
Peterhof Palace, Peter the Great’s imperial palace near St. Petersburg, features an enormous park adorned with fountains and statues.
Catherine Palace, in the small town of Pushkin outside St. Petersburg, is a breathtaking example of baroque design. The bright blue exterior is gilded with more than 200 pounds of gold.
Church of the Savior on Spilled Blood
This spectacular Russian-style church was built at the location of Emperor Alexander II’s 1881 assassination and is a must-see St. Petersburg attraction.
A private tour is the best way to see St. Petersburg, moving at your own speed with your own guide. Prepare to see it all, from the world famous Hermitage Museum to the impressive variety of palaces and cathedrals that bespeckle the former Russian Capital.
Neva River Cruise
Appreciate the architecture and history of St. Petersburg—often called the Venice of the North—on a cruise down the Neva River.
The Amber Room, a gift from the King of Prussia to Czar Peter the Great, is one of the most famous, mysterious, and majestic rooms of Catherine’s Palace in St. Petersburg.
Peter & Paul Fortress
The Peter and Paul Fortress is one of St. Petersburg's oldest structures; visitors learn about how the fort was once used to protect the area from being attacked by the Swedish army.
Popular St. Thomas Excursions
Experience marine life and coral forms on a snorkeling adventure in St. Thomas. Coral ledges and bay walls offer superb views.
See all the best of the beautiful St. Thomas with a guided tour of the immaculate island.
Beach breaks are perfect for cruise travelers looking for a simple day of rest and relaxation in port. Enjoy a few hours of paradise on one of the many St. Thomas beaches.
Magen Bay Beach
Arguably St. Thomas' most gorgeous and calmest beach, Magen Bay includes a bar, a cafeteria-style eatery, and one of the islands best shops for beach wear. A small admission fee is well worth it!
St. John Snorkel/Sail
Sail from St. Thomas to nearby St. John for a relaxing afternoon on and in the water; offshore cays and reefs make St. John a premier stop for snorkeling.
St. John Tour
Sail from St. Thomas to nearby St. John for an afternoon on the smallest, quietest, least populated and most secluded of the three U.S. Virgin Islands.
Take to the seas on a private catamaran charter to experience the bliss of St. Thomas' scenic coastline and crystal blue waters. To add more adventure to your day, choose an excursion that offers snorkeling and other activities as well!
Paradise Point Skyride
Enjoy panoramic views of the port's harbor and mountains from 700 feet above sea level on a Paradise Point Skyride in St. Thomas.
Take a tour of beautiful St. Thomas, from its thriving urban center to the many popular attractions and duty-free shopping locations.