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Boarding Dates
22/02/2014

Duration
7 nights

Cruise - MSC Armonia
MSC Armonia from MSC Cruises
MSC Armonia: MSC Armonia is the ideal cruise ship for experiencing the delights of the sea. Swimming pools in the open breezes, sports areas and spa treatments for full days of relaxation and well-being. Restaurants for every taste, Broadway style shows and a Las Vegas-like casino: everything has been specially designed for delightful evenings.
Cruise Itinerary
Day Date Port Arrival Departure Activity*
1 Sat 22 Feb Las Palmas de G.Canaria .... 20:00 Docked
2 Sun 23 Feb At Sea .... .... ...
3 Mon 24 Feb Casablanca[Overnight] 07:00 .... Docked
4 Tue 25 Feb Casablanca .... 14:00 Docked
5 Wed 26 Feb Agadir 09:00 18:00 Docked
6 Thu 27 Feb Arrecife de Lanzarote 09:00 19:00 Docked
7 Fri 28 Feb Santa Cruz de Tenerife 08:00 21:00 Docked
8 Sat 01 Mar Las Palmas de G.Canaria 07:00 .... Docked
*Information subject to change based on anchorage availability.

Interior Stateroom

Single beds that can be converted into double bed (on request) except for the cabins for disabled people. Spacious wardrobe. Bathroom with shower. Interactive TV. Telephone. Mini bar and safe. Air conditioning. Inside Stateroom: Approximately 140 sq ft 
Interior Stateroom - MSC Armonia Interior Stateroom plan

Oceanview Stateroom

Single beds that can be converted into double bed (on request). Spacious wardrobe. Bathroom with shower. TV. Telephone. Mini bar and safe. Air conditioning.  Oceanview Stateroom: Approximately 140 sq ft 
Oceanview Stateroom - MSC Armonia Oceanview Stateroom plan

Balcony Suite

Double bed. Spacious wardrobe. Bathroom with tub. TV. Telephone. Availability of internet connection by your own laptop (on payment). Mini bar and safe. Air conditioning. Approximately 302 sq ft (248 sq ft + 54 sq ft balcony).
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Interior Stateroom for guests with disabilities or reduced mobility

Single beds that can be converted into double bed (on request) except for the cabins for disabled people. Spacious wardrobe. Bathroom with shower. Interactive TV. Telephone. Mini bar and safe. Air conditioning. Surface 21 sq.m.
Inside for guests with disabilities or reduced mobility Inside for guests with disabilities or reduced mobility

 CAS01WI - CITY TOUR AND HASSAN II'S MOSQUE (approx. 4 hours) - Casablanca, Morocco
    Founded by the Carthaginian who called the city “Anfa”, Casablanca as it is today is the result of rebuilding work carried out after a devastating earthquake in 1755. This city excursion will take you on a panoramic tour through the main streets and squares of Casablanca with a short stop at a typical local market where you will find a variety of goods and a local natural pharmacy. We will visit the beautiful Cathedral of Notre Dame de Lourdes and the highlight of the excursion will be a visit to the magnificent Mosque of Hassan II, the largest mosque in the Islamic world after Mecca. Please note: if the call falls on a day of religious celebrations the visit to the mosque will be around the exterior only. Conservative attire is recommended for visiting the mosque.For MSC Armonia 2-day calls, this tour is foreseen either on the first day or on the second day.

Price per Person Starting from: $74.00Adults $52.00Children


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 CAS02WI - MARRAKECH (full day, lunch included) - Casablanca, Morocco
      Situated a 3-hour coach drive from the port of Casablanca lies the vibrant city of Marrakech, also called the “Pearl of the South”. Included in the tour itinerary are some of Marrakech’s key sights, including the beautifully decorated Saadian tombs and the magnificent late 19-century Bahia Palace and gardens. A stop will be made for you to enjoy a reviving lunch, after which the tour continues on to its final destination: Marrakech’s bustling Jamaa el-Fna Square. This old marketplace in the city’s medina quarter is teeming with life. Traders, snake charmers, acrobats, jugglers, storytellers, magicians, musicians and peddlers of traditional medicines: this place has got the lot. Before returning to Casablanca you will break for a short visit to a natural pharmacy. Please note: this tour is not suitable for guests with walking difficulties or using a wheelchair as long periods of walking are involved. For MSC Armonia 2-day calls, this tour is foreseen on the first day.

Price per Person Starting from: $161.00Adults $113.00Children


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 CAS03WI - RABAT (approx. 5 hours) - Casablanca, Morocco
   Among the must-sees during your stay in North Africa is the historical coastal city of Rabat, which is not only the capital of the Kingdom of Morocco, but also the country’s third-largest metropolis with a population of around 650,000 inhabitants. After boarding a modern coach at the port in Casablanca, a 1.5-hour drive will first take you north to reach your destination, the seat of the Moroccan government and the residence of King Hassan II: the city of Rabat. Your guided tour of the capital’s main highlights begins at Grand Mechouar Official Square and then moves on to Hassan Tower, the minaret of what was once intended to become the world’s largest mosque when building began in 1195. Only four years later, construction work stopped when the sultan died and all that remains now of the ambitious building project are the beginnings of several walls and around 200 unfinished columns. A walk through Rabat’s vibrant medina quarter and visits to the elegantly white Mausoleum of Mohammed V, which contains the tombs of the late Moroccan king along with his two sons, as well as the manicured gardens belonging to the Kasbah of the Udayas round out your guided tour before you head back to Casablanca and your ship. Please note: this tour is not suitable for guests with mobility problems; long periods of walking involved. If the call falls on a day of religious celebrations the visit to the Mausoleum will be external; its internal visit will be reconfirmed on the day of call and may be omitted in case the King of Morocco is in town. This tour is foreseen in the afternoon. Conservative attire is recommended for visiting the mosque. This tour is foreseen in the afternoon on all calls except for MSC Armonia 2-day calls, when it is foreseen on the second day and in the morning.

Price per Person Starting from: $77.00Adults $54.00Children


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 CAS04WI - FEZ (full day, lunch included) - Casablanca, Morocco
    Also known as the “Athens of Africa” for the beauty of its old quarter, the city of Fez makes a spectacular destination for a day of sightseeing off the ship. After boarding your coach in Casablanca, a 3.5-hour coach ride will first take you inland through the Moroccan countryside – a highlight in itself. On arrival, the guided city tour will take you to see all the key attractions, including the ancient walled medina, the so-called Fes El Bali. This typical market area is divided into a number of different souks, each of which is dedicated to a specific type of artisan product, from woodwork to leather. Also on the itinerary are a look around the city’s walled Jewish quarter, called a mellah, as well as an outside viewing of Kairaouine Mosque, which dates back to the year 859 and is also a seat of higher Islamic learning, a so-called madrasa. A further stop will enable you to admire from outside the grand 14th-century Medersa el-Attarine building, which was designed to function as an annexe to Kairaouine Mosque. To keep your strength up, lunch is also included in the tour, which comes to a close with your return journey to the port and your ship. Please note: this tour is not suitable for guests with walking difficulties; long periods of walking involved. For MSC Armonia 2-day calls, this tour is foreseen on the first day.

Price per Person Starting from: $157.00Adults $110.00Children


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 CAS05WI - CASABLANCA & RABAT (full day, lunch included) - Casablanca, Morocco
      This tour of two cities is a great way to see the key sights of Casablanca, the country’s largest metropolis and main port, as well as Rabat, the capital of Morocco. Starting in Casablanca, a first stop will be made at Mohamed V Square and Hassan II Mosque, the third-largest in the world with enough room to accommodate 25,000 worshippers inside and a further 80,000 in its capacious courtyard. Its dramatic appearance is further enhanced by its stunning location on a promontory jutting out into the Atlantic Ocean. The Casablanca leg then continues with a drive through the fashionable oceanfront Corniche and Anfa areas to the Habbous quarter for a good look around a typical market and a local natural pharmacy. Then it’s time to head for Rabat, about a 1.5-hour drive to the north, to enjoy this city’s best sights. These include the beautiful Mausoleum of Mohamed V, an elegant building of dazzling white, as well as Hassan Tower, the incomplete minaret of an equally unfinished mosque that dates back to the early 12th century. A number of half-finished walls and the beginnings of some 200 columns are all that remain of this grand design today. Stops will also be made at the beautiful Kasbah of the Udayas as well as at the Royal Palace for an outside peek at the impressive building. There will also be time for a delicious lunch on this all-day tour before you head back to Casablanca and your ship. Please note: this tour is not suitable for guests with mobility problems; long periods of walking involved. If the call falls on a day of religious celebrations the visit to the Mausoleum will be external; its internal visit will be reconfirmed on the day of call and may be omitted in case the King of Morocco is in town. Conservative attire is recommended for visiting sites of religious importance.For MSC Armonia 2-day calls, this tour is foreseen on the first day.

Price per Person Starting from: $160.00Adults $112.00Children


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 CAS07WI - AZZEMOUR & EL JADIDA: full day, lunch included - Casablanca, Morocco
      Your outing to Moroccan culture and traditions begins with an 1-hour coach drive to Azzemour, a city located on the banks of the river Oum Er-Rbia and whose inhabitants became vassals of the King of Portugal. You will enjoy a short visit to the Medina, walking along its streets and admiring the products of Berber craftsmen. Your trip will continue with a short coach drive to El Jadida, previously known as Mazagan, a city that was seized by the Portuguese in 1502 and that remained under their control until 1769. The fortified city was listed as a UNESCO heritage site in 2004 as an “outstanding example of the interchange of influences between European and Moroccan cultures”. Highlight of the tour will be a visit to the famous Portuguese Cistern whose floor is covered by a thin layer of water creating fine reflections of light. The cistern was built in 1514 as a warehouse and was converted into a cistern later and was constructed with five rows of five stone pillars. A walking along the streets of the Medina will follow before taking a break for sightseeing enjoying a typical lunch. A coach drive to Casablanca will mark the end of your tour.

Price per Person Starting from: $108.00Adults $76.00Children


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 CAS08WI - OVERLAND TOUR TO MARRAKECH: 2 days - Casablanca, Morocco
      Exclusive opportunity for a fascinating 2-day trip that will enable you to enjoy the treasures and the traditions of the tourist capital of Morocco: the aristocratic and magical Marrakech. This excursion will give you the chance to leave the vessel in Casablanca and rejoin it in Agadir with a night stay in Marrakech. Leave the port for a 3.5-hour coach drive to Marrakech, also called the “Pearl of the South”. Included in the tour itinerary are some of Marrakech’s key sights, including the famous Koutoubia Minaret, the symbol of the city, the imposing city walls and ramparts and the magnificent late 19-century Bahia Palace and gardens. A stop will be made for you to enjoy a reviving lunch, after which the tour continues on to other highlights: Marrakech’s bustling Jamaa el-Fna Square. This old marketplace in the city’s medina quarter is teeming with life. Traders, snake charmers, acrobats, jugglers, storytellers, magicians, musicians and peddlers of traditional medicines: this place has got the lot. You will also visit the Ben Yusuf Madrasa, founded in 1565 and considered the largest Koranic school in Morocco, capable of housing a total of 400 students and teachers. This large, monastery-like building has survived intact and is decorated with stucco-works, mosaics and cederwood marquetry. Your stay in Marrakech will be highlighted by a delicious Moroccan dinner at a leading hotel where you will spend the night. The next morning you will continue the sightseeing of Marrakech before starting a nearly 3-hours coach ride to Agadir where you will be joining your ship. Please note: this tour is not suitable for guests with walking difficulties or using a wheelchair as long periods of walking are involved. This tour includes 2 lunches, 1 breakfast and 1 dinner and night accommodation in a leading hotel in double room. Single occupancy on request. The order of the visits in Marrakech may vary. This tour is available on following dates: 16.12.2013 + 13.01.2014 + 27.01.2014 + 10.02.2014 + 24.02.2014 + 10.03.2014

Price per Person Starting from: $380.00Adults Not availableChildren


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 CAS09WI - THE LIGHTS OF CASABLANCA AT NIGHT: approx. 4 hours - Casablanca, Morocco
      Prepare yourself to marvel at the beauty of Casablanca at night with a sightseeing coach tour that will enable you to see this important city at the lights of the night. A first stop will be at Mohamed V square, the nerve centre of the city; do not miss the opportunity to take pictures of the sound and lights effect recreated in the magnificent fountain. Continue along the park of the Arabic League and Moulay Youssef boulevard, one of the biggest streets of Casablanca, lined up with elegant houses inspired by Art Deco and Neo-Moorish Art. Another stop will be at the famous Hassan II Mosque, the third-largest in the world with enough room to accommodate 25,000 worshippers inside and a further 80,000 in its capacious courtyard. After taking pictures of this important monument, you will drive along the famous Corniche to reach our restaurant. You will be seduced by the atmosphere of the authentic charm and romance in a setting where nothing is left to chance: candles, intimate atmosphere, hand-painted decorations. Taste a delicious Moroccan dinner accompanied by Arab Andalusian music and traditional dances.

Price per Person Starting from: $103.00Adults $72.00Children


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 AGA01WI - TAROUDANT (approx. 5 hours) - Agadir, Morocco
    Leave the port and enjoy a 1.5-hour coach drive across the Sous Valley, lined with citrus plantation, to reach the pink city of Taroudant. Often referred as the “Grandmother of Marrakech” as it looks like a smaller Marrakech with its ramparts, Taroudant was briefly used as a capital by the Saadians. Today almost the entire city is located inside its pink earthen walls; a photo stop is scheduled for picture-taking. Next you will enjoy a shopping stop at its colourful souk with some free time at “Place Assarag” – the favourite meeting place for the inhabitants of the city. Enjoy a stop for a refreshing drink before returning to Agadir and to your cruise ship.

Price per Person Starting from: $65.00Adults $46.00Children


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 AGA02WI - MELTING POT OF OLD AND NEW: AGADIR CITY (approx. 4 hours) - Agadir, Morocco
   Only a short distance from the shifting sands of the Sahara Desert and the imposing Anti-Atlas mountains lies the Moroccan port of Agadir, a city of many contrasts. A chance to soak up the unique old-world atmosphere of the amazing Kasbah, a former stronghold situated at approx. 236 m above mean sea level, begins your tour. On account of two earthquakes – one that shook the city in 1731 and the other in 1960 – the Kasbah is not only one of Agadir’s few surviving historical buildings, but also forms a winning counterpoint to the port’s predominantly modern architecture. As the heart of Agadir’s social life, the bustling city centre is both a vibrant hub of restaurants, shops, bars and cafés as well as home to key sights such as the central post office, the new city hall and the court of law. To round off your exploration of Agadir, you can also look forward to an authentic taste of Berber life in the shape of the “Fantasia” folklore show, along with some delicious mint tea and Moroccan pastries. You will then begin to head back to your ship with fresh memories of special moments shared.

Price per Person Starting from: $59.00Adults $41.00Children


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 AGA03WI - A TASTE OF TRADITIONAL MOROCCO: TAROUDANT & TIOUT OASIS: full day, lunch included - Agadir, Morocco
      Leave the vessel and enjoy a day out to discover the colours and traditions of Morocco. A 1.5-hour coach drive will take you to Taroudant, often referred as the Grandmother of Marrakech” as it looks like a smaller Marrakech. Founded in the 11th century, the city is famous for its ramparts and its ancient part with its Berber craftsmen and jewelry shops. A short photo stop will be made along the way at the argan trees, whose oil is considered a luxury in Morocco. Upon your arrival in the city you will start an interesting walking tour of Taroudant souk to discover its colors and many items followed by a stop to taste typical Moroccan pastries. Your afternoon leg of the tour will take you to the charming palm grove of Tiout that you will reach after a 45-minute coach drive. Located on a hillside overlooking Berber villages, this tranquil oasis has been attracting tourists for many years and is renowned for silver. A typical Berber lunch followed by a shopping stop will conclude your outing to traditional Morocco.

Price per Person Starting from: $90.00Adults $63.00Children


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 AGA04WI - BEST OF TWO CITIES: AGADIR AND TAROUDANT: full day, lunch included - Agadir, Morocco
      This excursion will offer the best of two important Moroccan cities, offering an opportunity to discover traditions, folklore and the colours of the country. Leave the vessel and enjoy a 1.5-hour coach drive across the Sous Valley, lined with citrus plantation, to reach the pink city of Taroudant, often referred as the “Grandmother of Marrakech. A stop at the argan trees, whose oil is considered a luxury in Morocco, is foreseen along the way. Your outing in Taroudant will include a short stop to take pictures at the ramparts surrounding the ancient city and an interesting visit of the souks to discover the real essence of Morocco. Next on the list is a sightseeing tour of Agadir, a city of many contrasts. You will visit one of the most colourful and lively market of the region followed by a lunch with a “Fantasia” folklore show. Please note: the order of the visits may vary.

Price per Person Starting from: $108.00Adults $76.00Children


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 ACF01WI - NORTHERN TOUR OF THE ISLAND (approx. 4 hours) - Arrecife de Lanzarote, Spain
   No one can fail to be intrigued by one of Lanzarote’s more unusual attractions; the strange blind white crabs that are native only to this island. We will take a coach to Teguise to visit the historic cave complex of Jameos del Agua where the tiny albino sea creatures live in a seawater lake within the cave chambers. This unique colony of eye-less crustaceans are an example of successful natural evolution, having adapted to their environment after being trapped in the caves following pre-historic earthquake activity.

Price per Person Starting from: $62.00Adults $43.00Children


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 ACF02WI - TIMANFAYA NATIONAL PARK (approx. 4 hours) - Arrecife de Lanzarote, Spain
    Lanzarote’s unique ‘Martian’ landscapes are shown off to their best in the spectacular Timanfaya National Park. Forged from years of volcanic eruptions, nature has shaped this island’s scenery which is a compelling mix of petrified lava fields and lush vegetation. The largest eruption took place in the 1730s and some volcanic activity still continues today; at Islote de Hilario for example, we will admire the steaming geysers typical of the volcanic nature of the island. Enjoy a scenic drive back to the port through the pretty vineyards that thrive in Arrecife’s climate and which flourish in the island’s mineral-rich sand dunes. Please note : guests on wheelchair can take part in this tour (except for the camel part).

Price per Person Starting from: $62.00Adults $43.00Children


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 ACF05WI - ONE DAY IN ARRECIFE (full day, lunch included) - Arrecife de Lanzarote, Spain
     Leave the port and set off for a pleasant day exploring the diverse landscapes of Lanzarote. Take a coach to Teguise, former capital of the island, to the Jameos del Agua cave complex. In the cave chambers is a seawater lake, home to a colony of tiny white blind crabs. These pre-historic creatures evolved and adapted to their environment after being trapped in the caves following a volcanic eruption – they have no eyes and are unique in the world. We will continue to Timanfaya National Park to see the best examples of Lanzarote’s unusual landscapes; forged from years of volcanic eruption, these ‘Martian’ landscapes are characterised by petrified lava fields and spurting geysers, such as those found at Islote de Hilario. Drive back to the port via the vineyards that thrive in the island’s sand dunes. Please note : this tour is available only for guests onboard MSC Preziosa.

Price per Person Starting from: $127.00Adults $89.00Children


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 ACF06WI - LANZAROTE & MANRIQUE HERITAGE (approx. 4.5 hours) - Arrecife de Lanzarote, Spain
   Join us for a day of art and architecture and an excursion themed around Cesar Manrique, one of the pioneers of Spanish modern art and former resident of the island from 1968 until his death here in 1992. We will head for the atmospheric “Jardin de Cactus” (cactus garden), one of the last finished works of the artist and architect Cesar Manrique. Manrique’s famous structural style is displayed in the cactus gardens which are set in a sweeping arched quarry. The 10,000 cacti from all over the world have made these Gardens a symbol of the island’s artistic heritage. The Cactus Garden is located on the road to Mala, an area where cacti are encouraged, as they feed the parasitic cochineal beetles. These insects have been cultivated here for over 100 years and are valued for their colorant properties. Our tour continues at the Cesar Manrique Foundation located in the artist’s former home, ‘El Taro de Tahiche’ (“Taro” is a local word for cement-free, dry-stone constructions). Look around the Foundation before proceeding to the nearby El Patio Museum to learn more about traditions and life on Lanzarote.

Price per Person Starting from: $64.00Adults $45.00Children


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 ACF08WI - SUBMARINE EXPERIENCE: approx. 3 hours - Arrecife de Lanzarote, Spain
   A unique opportunity that will reveal the beauty of the underwater world. A 25-minute coach drive will take you to Marina Puerto Calero, located in the outskirts of Puerto del Carmen. Puerto Calero is much more than a marina; it offers a wide selection of bars and restaurants on the waterfront and will be the starting point of your submarine adventure. Before boarding the submarine you will receive a short safety briefing so that you could enjoy the beauty of the underwater world in perfect relax. Your 1-hour underwater trip will allow you to admire the unexplored waters of Puerto Calero with its amazing submarine life. Back on the land you will have a little free time in Puerto Calero before returning to the port. Please note: this tour is considered to be unsuitable for pregnant women as well as for guests with mobility, heart or hearing problems or who use a wheelchair. Guests must be at least 3 years of age to take part. It’s necessary to step down a ladder with 7 steps. Excursion available only during your cruise.

Price per Person Starting from: $94.00Adults $66.00Children


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 ACF09WI - TREEKKING ON MOONSCAPE: approx 4.5 hours - Arrecife de Lanzarote, Spain
    For it’s volcanic nature perfectly preserved due to the island arid climate, Arrecife is a real paradise to trekking lovers. Meet your local guide and enjoy a 45-minute drive to the National Park, the place where your amazing adventure will begin. On a 3-hour trekking you will follow a route full of volcanoes and will have the opportunity to admire spectacular craters, lava flows and lakes and spot out some lava tunnels on the way. Do not forget your camera to catch unforgettable moonscape scenery. Return to the port. Please note: this tour is considered to be unsuitable for guests with walking difficulties. The trekking route covers approx. 6 km and reaches an elevation of 150 metres. Sturdy trekking shoes are recommended. Excursion available only during your cruise.

Price per Person Starting from: $81.00Adults $57.00Children


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 TEN01WI - LAS CAÑADES DEL TEIDE (full day, lunch included) - Santa Cruz de Tenerife, Spain
    A scenic drive in a comfortable coach first takes you from the port and inland through the lushly forested area known as La Esperanza to reach El Portillo, the natural gateway to the circular Las Cañadas mountain range. This is also where the volcanic Mount Teide is located, whose summit reaches a dizzying height of 3,781 metres above sea level. Your tour then continues on to the rock of Mirador, known also as el Dedo de Dios, which translates as “The Finger of God”. A brief photo stop will be made at this incredible geological formation. To ensure your full enjoyment, time will also be taken for a leisurely lunch. Your tour concludes with your return to the port and your ship, with further breathtaking views of the lovely island of Tenerife to enjoy on the way. Please note: this tour is not suitable for guests with mobility problems or in a wheelchair

Price per Person Starting from: $114.00Adults $80.00Children


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 TEN02WI - PUERTO DE LA CRUZ (approx. 4 hours) - Santa Cruz de Tenerife, Spain
     Located off the west coast of Africa, Tenerife is the largest of the seven Canary Islands, blessed with a mild climate and beautiful countryside as well as home to numerous wonderful seaside resorts, one of which you will visit on this enjoyable tour: the town of Puerto de la Cruz on the northern coast of the island. Only a short coach ride from the port of Santa Cruz de Tenerife, Puerto de la Cruz is the island’s main tourist centre, its capital and a great place to spend a few hours exploring the busy streets, soaking up the lively atmosphere or hitting the many shops to indulge in some serious retail therapy. Numerous seafront cafés provide a welcome chance to have a break and a drink, watch the world go by or enjoy grand views of the North Atlantic Ocean. A veritable paradise of plant life then awaits you at the next stop on the tour: the wonderful botanical gardens and their profusion of tropical plants. The relaxing return drive then brings the tour to a close.

Price per Person Starting from: $57.00Adults $40.00Children


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 TEN04WI - JEEP ADVENTURE (approx. 5 hours) - Santa Cruz de Tenerife, Spain
   Known today as a holidaymaker’s delight with lively tourist resorts and beautiful beaches, the island of Tenerife was actually created around three million years ago by volcanic activity that served to fuse what had previously been three separate islands. The volcano that was responsible still dominates Tenerife today and can be found in the national park that shares its name: the majestic Mount Teide. This tour gives you an opportunity to explore the more remote parts of Tenerife’s amazing volcanic landscape from the comfort of a modern 4x4 vehicle. You will be collected at the pier, after which your driver will take you to see the lovely island in areas that are far off the beaten track. There will be some great photo opportunities on the way before you return to the port and your ship. Please note: this tour is not suitable for passengers with walking difficulties. The jeep driver will give brief information in Spanish or English only.

Price per Person Starting from: $83.00Adults $58.00Children


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 TEN05WI - LORO PARQUE (approx. 4.5 hours) - Santa Cruz de Tenerife, Spain
    Board a coach and enjoy a drive through the lush vegetation of Tenerife’s beautiful and rugged landscape to the Loro Parque, or parrot park in English. Situated on the outskirts of Puerto de la Cruz, it counts as one of the most important wildlife parks in Europe. Originally opened in 1972 with the aim of being a parrot paradise, it has since grown not just in area, but also in the wide variety of species it supports. Apart from officially boasting “the most diverse collection of parrots in the world”, the park is also home to primates, jaguars and tigers, reptiles, exotic fish and sea horses as well as sea lions and dolphins, to name but a few. You will have sufficient time to explore the park on your own or with your family and enjoy its attractions, such as the popular sea lion and dolphin shows.

Price per Person Starting from: $73.00Adults $51.00Children


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 TEN08WI - IMPRESSIONS OF TENERIFE (approx. 4 hours) - Santa Cruz de Tenerife, Spain
      Take some time out and get set to soak up some of the most arresting vistas that Tenerife has to offer, starting at one of the most romantic landscapes on the northern coast: La Garañona viewpoint. Gorgeous views of the craggy coastline and the Atlantic Ocean simply beg to be captured on film, so do bring your camera. The lovely little village of El Sauzal, a settlement that goes back to the island’s pre-Hispanic era and continues to observe Portuguese traditions, is next. As part of your visit, you will not only have a chance to view the early 16th-century Church of St. Peter, but also to walk to the 16th-century estate of the former Marquis of El Sauzal – known as El Marquesado. The colonial-style mansion boasts a wonderful terrace that not only affords sublime views of Mount Teide, but is also a charming spot to sip a glass of sparkling Spanish cava. Last on the itinerary are the verdant environs of García Sanabria park in Santa Cruz de Tenerife. With many trees and plants labelled with explanatory plaques, the attractively landscaped park is a great place to stretch your legs and go for a gentle walk through the luxuriant greenery. Your journey back to the ship then brings your tour to a close.

Price per Person Starting from: $51.00Adults $36.00Children


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Includes shipboard accommodations, ocean transportation, on-board meals (excluding in specialty and themed restaurants), some beverages, daily entertainment including theater and lounge shows. Government fees and taxes and any surcharges are additional as are expenses of a personal nature such as shore excursions, gift store purchases, spa, gambling, or alcoholic beverages.