2017 October Tours



 
 

Showtime in
Renfro Valley
October 6-8, 2017


3 Days / 2 Nights
3 Meals

Price per person:
Twin/Double $489
Single $599


Deposit: $50.00 Per Person
Final Payment is due on or before September 6, 2017
Optional Trip Cancellation/Interruption Protection $31 per person.
Tour #17035
 
 
Renfro Valley is alive with the sound of music from the great Saturday Night Barn Dance to the Renfro Valley Bandstand Show. Here in the valley, a world away from the hustle and bustle of today’s fast paced life, great classic country, southern gospel and mountain blue- grass ring from the rafters. Return to this simpler time and the unhurried pace lived by folks years ago as they gathered by the radio and listened to the Saturday Night Barn Dance from Renfro Valley. It’s a toe tappin,’ hand clappin’ time - so come along!

Day 1 - Travel to Renfro Valley/Bandstand Show

Welcome aboard our coach. Sit back and enjoy this weekend retreat in Renfro Valley. By mid afternoon we arrive at the Heritage Inn, our host for a two-night stay. Tonight, sit back and enjoy some of our favorite music by the talented entertainers at the Renfro Valley Bandstand Show. We’ll love these tunes from the 50's, 60's and 70's.

Day 2 - Mountain Gospel Jubilee/Renfro Valley Barn Dance

Spend a splendid day here, worlds away from the hustle and bustle of city life. This was home of radio broadcaster, John Lair, who created the Renfro Valley Barn Dance in 1939, and folks have been experiencing the music of Kentucky country life here ever since. Enjoy a visit to Renfro Valley Museum containing local memorabilia followed by an afternoon and evening of musical entertainment. We begin with the Mountain Gospel Jubilee, with memories of those days sitting around the old piano sharing stories and songs of praise. A great time awaits tonight at the Renfro Valley Barn Dance. Music lovers gather for a variety of traditional and contemporary country music, bluegrass, and gospel. This is a day to celebrate country life packed with the ole-time music of yesteryear. (CB,D)

Day 3 - Tour Lexington Horse Country/Home

Lexington is in the heart of Kentucky’s Bluegrass Country, and home to the world’s most famous horse farms producing many winners of the famed Kentucky Derby. This morning a local guide joins us for a journey through this pasture land, truly a horse lovers paradise. Following our visit we’ll continue our journey home. (CB)
TOUR INCLUDES:
 
  • Transportation via climate controlled, lavatory equipped motorcoach
  • Luggage handling one bag per person
  • Services of a Shenandoah Tours Escort
  • Accident insurance
  • Overnight Accommodations
 
  • Attractions: Renfro Valley Bandstand Show, Mountain Gospel Jubilee, Renfro Valley Barn Dance, Renfro Valley Museum, Local tour - Lexington Horse Country
  • Meals:
2 continental breakfasts
1 dinner
 

 

Hawaii Four Islands
Oahu - Kauai - Maui
Big Island
October 12-23, 2017


12 Days / 11 Nights
14 Meals

Price per person:
Twin/Double $5374
Single $6963
Includes Airfare


Deposit: $350.00 Per Person
Final Payment is due on or before July 18, 2017
Your Deposit includes a non-refundable payment of $150.00 Cancellation Fee Waiver. This protects you in the event of cancellation or interruption of your tour. Exclusions apply. Call for details.
Tour #17043
 
 
Welcome to the carefree islands of Hawaii! Visit four islands: Oahu, “The Gathering Place;" Kauai, the “Garden Isle;" the “Big Island” of Hawaii, and Maui, the “Valley Isle.” From the breathtaking blue ocean and sparkling beaches to the lush mountain valleys, this is a sun-filled tropical paradise just waiting to be discovered. No doubt...it’s the experience of a lifetime!!
 

Day 1 - Arrive in Honolulu

We depart for Washington, DC, to board our flight to Honolulu. Upon arrival we are welcomed with a fragrant fresh flower lei before being transferred to the Holiday Inn Beachcomer, our home for three nights.

Day 2 - Honolulu Touring & Pearl Harbor

Honolulu is a cosmopolitan city, blended superbly with tropical ambiance and is home to one of the world’s best beaches, Waikiki Beach. We visit Pearl Harbor and the USS Arizona Memorial, a monument to the men and women who lost their lives during the historic events of December 7, 1941. We also see Punchbowl National Cemetery, Iolani Palace and the King Kamehameha Statue. Tonight enjoy the festive Magic of Polynesia dinner show that includes incomparable illusions and dazzling pyrotechnics. In addition, a troupe of entertainers will bring a taste of Polynesia through song and dance. (B,D)

Day 3 - Free Day or Optional Excursion to Polynesian Cultural Center

A free day to explore at our leisure. Visit more historic sites or find a cozy spot to relax on Waikiki Beach. Waikiki is actually a string of beaches with calm waters for swimming and great for people watching. (B) (An optional trip to the Polynesian Cultural Center is available to experience authentic Hawaiian culture and a luau dinner with entertainment.)

Day 4 - Kauai & Hawaiian Luau

Today we fly to Kauai, “The Garden Isle.” The island encompasses roughly 550 square miles and is the oldest and most northerly of the Hawaiian Islands. Enjoy a relaxing scenic cruise on the Wailua River to visit the Fern Grotto, before continuing to our hotel. This evening enjoy a traditional luau with authentic food, music and dancing. (B,D)

Day 5 - Waimea Canyon

Ten miles long and 3,500 feet deep, Waimea Canyon was described by Mark Twain as the “Grand Canyon of the Pacific.” Beyond its incredible grandeur, the everchanging colors that dance along its peaks make this sight truly unforgettable. The late afternoon and evening are ours to enjoy the amenities of our hotel. (B)

Day 6 - Hawaii

Our morning flight takes us to “The Big Island” of Hawaii. Kona’s diverse characteristics include a beautiful stretch of bays and resorts along with the fishing village of Kailua-Kona. Tropical rainforests and local plantations of coffee, macadamia nuts, papayas and bananas offer tasteful treats. While in Kona, look for bargains on jewelry and beachwear. (B,D)

Day 7 - Volcanoes National Park

Today we drive to Volcanoes National Park, the Big Island’s most popular attraction. We’ll encounter the earth’s most primal forces, see the active volcano spewing plumes of steam into the atmosphere, and look for molten rock from ongoing lava flows (subject to National Park Service Safety Advisories). (B)

Day 8 - Maui & Iao Valley

Our inter island flight takes us to Maui, “The Valley Isle,” where natural wonders will set our spirits free. En route to the hotel we visit the lush Iao Valley where the famed “Battle of Kepaniwai” took place in 1790, now an enchanted and tranquil State Park. (B)

Day 9 - Free Day or Optional Haleakala Excursion

A free day on Maui to explore on our own or we may choose an optional tour to Haleakala National Park. The Park encompasses more than 27,000 acres of the mountain of Haleakala, a massive volcano that is at the heart of Maui’s torso. The seven-mile-long crater is actually a valley created by erosion of wind and rain and home to the famous but endangered silver sword plant. The Observation Center located here provides a bird’s-eye view of the huge crater and surrounding area. (B)

Day 10 - Maui as You Please

Today is ours to do as we please. We have easy access by shuttle from our hotel to the historic town of Lahaina offering a wide variety of boutiques and cafes along the famous Front Street. This evening we enjoy a farewell dinner with our traveling companions. (B,D)

Days 11 & 12 - Return Home

After a free morning, we transfer to the airport. We’ll fly through the night and return home early in the morning (October 23) with memories of Hawaii’s superb culture and beauty. (B)
TOUR INCLUDES:
 
  • Local transfer to/from airport
  • Luggage handling one bag per person
  • Accident insurance
  • Accommodations as outlined
  • 15 Meals (5 dinners, 2 with entertainment and 10 breakfasts)
  • Round trip airport transfers
  • Fresh flower lei greeting upon arrival
  • Spend 3 nights on the island of Oahu, known as "The Gathering Place," and home to famous Waikiki Beach
  • Oahu touring including Pearl Harbor and the USS Arizona Memorial
  • Honolulu city tour including Punchbowl National Cemetery, Iolani Palace and the King Kamehameha statue
  • Enjoy a festive evening at the Magic of Polynesia dinner show
 
  • Spend 2 nights on the "Garden Isle" of Kauai with its white sand beaches and tropical mountains
  • See Waimea Canyon, considered the "Grand Canyon of the Pacific"
  • Spend 2 nights on the "Big Island" of Hawaii with its black sand beaches and active Kilauea Volcano
  • Drive the striking Kona coast and visit Volcanoes National Park, the Big Island's most popular attraction
  • Spend 3 nights on the "Valley Island" of Maui and visit the lush Iao Valley
  • Enjoy a relaxing scenic cruise on the Wailua River and visit Fern Grotto, a lava rock grotto covered with tropical ferns
  • Experience a traditional Hawaiian luau complete with culturally authentic food, music and dancing
 

 
 

Foliage River Cruise
October 12-14, 2017


3 Days / 2 Nights
4 Meals

Price per person:
Twin/Double $559
Single $709


Deposit: $50.00 Per Person
Final Payment is due on or before Sept. 12, 2017
Optional Trip Cancellation/Interruption Protection $43 per person.
Tour #17041
 
 
Rollin’ on the River in the height of the foliage season! Travel with Shenandoah Tours and rediscover the real America aboard this Foliage River Cruise when Mother Nature puts on her spectacular coat of many colors. Explore a treasure chest of attractions...Frank Lloyd Wright’s Fallingwater, Fall Foliage Cruise in Pittsburgh, Johnstown Flood Museum, and Flight 93 National Memorial. We’ll fall in love with the spectacular natural scenery. Call now to reserve your seat!

Day 1 - Visit Fallingwater/Travel to Pittsburgh

All aboard for our scenic Autumn adventure. This morning we make our way into Pennsylvania’s beautiful Laurel Highlands for a visit to Fallingwater, designed by Frank Floyd Wright. This masterpiece was built partly over a waterfall and was used as a mountain retreat by the Edgar Kauffman family. Travel on to Pittsburgh where we’ll spend the next two nights. Enjoy an included dinner at Station Square this evening. (D)

Day 2 - Gateway Clipper Fall Foliage Cruise

An exciting day awaits! We board the Gateway Clipper’s Foliage River Cruise for an unforgettable experience that captures the personality of this fantastic river city. Sit back and rediscover the real America with her scenic vistas and spectactular foliage. Dine on a scrumptious buffet lunch and enjoy entertainment while gliding along the river. Afterwards, enjoy a ride on the Duquesne Incline giving us spectacular views of the city. Return to our inn for the evening. (B,L)

Day 3 - Johnstown Flood Museum/Flight 93 National Memorial

Today we’ll visit Johnstown, the site of the 1889 flood that devastated Pennsylvania. Tour the Flood Museum recounting one of the worst disasters in U.S. history. A neglected dam and a phenomenal storm led to this catastrophe where 2,209 people died. It’s a story of great tragedy and of triumphant recovery. Travel on to Flight 93 National Memorial, a common field one day...a field of honor forever. Explore the exhibits of Flight 93 and observe the crash site not chosen by the terrorists but rather by the passengers of Flight 93. We continue our journey home bringing with us fond memories of our travels in Pennsylvania! (CB
TOUR INCLUDES:
 
  • Transportation via climate controlled, lavatory equipped motorcoach
  • Luggage handling one bag per person
  • Services of a Shenandoah Tours Escort
  • Accident insurance
 
  • Accommodations as outlined
  • Admissions and sightseeing as outlined
  • Meals: 1 Continental Breakfast, 1 Breakfast, 1 Lunch, 1 Dinner

 

 

Jonah & The Buddy Holly Story
LANCASTER, PA
October 13-14, 2017


2 Days / 1 Night
3 Meals

Price per person:
Twin/Double $339
Single $409


Deposit: $50.00 Per Person
Final Payment is due on or before Sept. 13, 2017
Optional Trip Cancellation/Interruption Protection $31 per person.
Tour #17012
 
 
Join Shenandoah Tours for our fall Lancaster trip featuring two great shows. First, see Jonah at Sight and Sound’s Millennium Theatre. Experience the mighty storm at sea that breaks apart an enormous ship and witness the giant whale that swallows God’s misguided prophet. We’ll be on the edge of our seat and in the heart of the action as this powerful story comes to life on the great stage. In addition, we’re going to love the The Buddy Holly Story at Dutch Apple Dinner Theatre.
 

Day 1 - Arrive in Lancaster/Jonah

Welcome aboard! We’re off to Lancaster in the heart of Pennsylvania Dutch Country. This afternoon we’ll attend the production of Jonah at Sight and Sound’s Millennium Theatre. Set sail on this exhilarating journey with one of the Bible’s most colorful prophets - Jonah! Experience the mighty storm at sea that breaks apart a 40-foot-tall ship. Then be immersed in an underwater world and witness the giant fish that swallows God’s misguided prophet. Jonah will have us laughing, crying and identifying with a man who rediscovers the unfathomable mercy of God. After the show, dinner is included and lodging awaits at the Country Inn of Lancaster. (D)

Day 2 - Dutch Apple Theatre - The Buddy Holly Story/Home

Visit a local farmers market featuring fresh produce and homemade pastries. Then get prepared for a great lunch and the musical, The Buddy Holly Story, at Dutch Apple Dinner Theatre. Before the Beatles or the Stones ever played a note, rock & roll was born and popular music was forever changed by the bespectacled kid from Lubbock, Texas. See the man, hear the music and relive the life of a legend! Get ready to rock as we watch Buddy backstage and at the recording studio. Follow his rise up the charts from his humble country music roots to his hits...That’ll Be the Day, Oh Boy, Peggy Sue, True Love Ways, Rave On and more. After the show we’ll board the coach for the trip home. (B,L)
TOUR INCLUDES:
 
  • Transportation via climate controlled, lavatory equipped motorcoach
  • Luggage handling one bag per person
  • Services of a Shenandoah Tours Escort
  • Accident insurance
  • Accommodations as outlined
 
  • Attractions: Reserved Seats for Jonah at the Millennium Theatre, Reserved Seats for The Buddy Holly Story at the Dutch Apple Dinner Theatre, visit to a Farmer's Market
  • Meals: 1 Breakfast, 1 lunch & 1 dinner
 


 

Music & Railroads
of West Virginia
October 18-20, 2017


3 Days / 2 Nights
5 Meals

Price per person:
Twin/Double $539
Single $679


Deposit: $50.00 Per Person
Final Payment is due on or before Sept. 18, 2017
Optional Trip Cancellation/Interruption Protection $43 per person.
Tour #17030
 
 
Travel the byways and country roads of Wild and Wonderful West Virginia! Enjoy unspoiled mountain scenery, three live musical shows, and a train ride through untamed mountain wilderness. It’s a perfect autumn journey back in time...it’s Almost Heaven, West Virginia!
 

Day 1 - Travel/Appalachian Glass/Gandy Dancer Dinner Show

All aboard for Wild, Wonderful, West Virginia! Incredible views of the countryside highlight our journey to Weston. Enjoy a visit to Appalachian Glass to watch craftsmen create mouth-blown, hand-crafted pieces ranging from elegant stemware to novelty items. We’ll have an opportunity to purchase unique items in the gift shop. Afterwards see the Trans-Allegheny Asylum, the second largest hand-cut stone building in the world. Only the Kremlin is larger. It predates this state as it was built when West Virginia was still part of Virginia. Arriving in Elkins check into the Isaac Jackson Hotel, our home for two nights. Enjoy dinner and a live musical show at the Gandy Dancer Dinner Theatre this evening. (D)

Day 2 - Tygart Flyer Excursion/American Music Theater

It’s a crisp fall day as we board the Tygart Flyer for a wilderness excursion featuring two separate mountain grades, a spectacular “S” curve tunnel, and miles of unspoiled mountain views. Climb along the cascading Shavers Fork of the Cheat River to the High Falls of Cheat, a wonderful waterfall deep in the mountains. Enjoy a sandwich buffet lunch on board. Returning to Elkins we’ll enjoy the History of American Music Show, a whirlwind musical journey highlighting the popular musical styles of the 20th Century. Dinner is scheduled at the 1863 Grill, renowned for its charming atmosphere and fine food. This evening, entertainment is at the American Music Theater, where we’ll enjoy world class Branson-style talent. It offers everything an audience could want, from gospel harmonies to hilarious comedy and the unbelievable musical talent of the Due Time Band. Return to our hotel for a good night’s rest. (B,L,D)

Day 3 - Stirrup Gallery/Home

Enjoy a morning visit to the Stirrup Gallery located at Davis & Elkins College. This hidden gem from bygone days contains a marvelous collection of brilliantly colored butterflies from Peru, to tools used by Native Americans, to glassware and metalware. Nearly 10,000 American treasures can be found here. This afternoon we arrive home with pleasant memories of our West Virginia Fall Excurson. (B)

Additional Details:

When packing for this tour, please keep in mind that the temperatures in the mountains can be rather cool. Layered clothing is best for train travel as garments can be added and removed as needed. Include your camera and binoculars as well.
TOUR INCLUDES:
 
  • Transportation via climate controlled, lavatory equipped motorcoach
  • Luggage handling one bag per person
  • Services of a Shenandoah Tours Escort
  • Accident insurance
  • Accommodations as outlined
 
  • Attractions: Visit Appalachian Glass, See Trans-Allegheny Asylum, Gandy Dancer Music Show, Tygart Flyer Train Excursion, American Music Theatre Show & visit the Stirrup Gallery.
  • Meals: 2 Breakfasts, 1 lunch & 2 dinners
 


 

Seafood Festival
Outer Banks,
North Carolina
October 20-22, 2017

3 Days / 2 Nights
3 Meals

Price per person:
Twin/Double $489
Single $659


Deposit: $50.00 Per Person
Final Payment is due on or before Sept, 20, 2017
Optional Trip Cancellation/Interruption Protection $31 per person.
Tour #17029
 
 
Sand, surf, seafood...come along and discover this land of lighthouses, seashells, and seafood. Experience seafood at its best at the Outer Banks Annual Seafood Festival. Visit the Wright Brothers Memorial and Roanoke Island Festival Park. Oceanfront accommodations await our arrival!
 

Day 1 - Travel to the Outer Banks/Currituck Lighthouse

All aboard! We’re off to the Outer Banks of North Carolina, a chain of Barrier Islands lying between the Atlantic Ocean and the Pamlico Sound. We’ll stop in the town of Corolla and visit the Currituck Beach Lighthouse. (Climbing is available, weather permitting.) Soon we arrive in Nags Head and check into our oceanfront hotel for a two-night stay. Enjoy a walk on the beach before our included seafood dinner. Enjoy! (D)

Day 2 - Roanoke Island Festival Park/Outer Banks Seafood Festival

Today, enjoy free time to browse the quaint waterfront village of Manteo on Roanoke Island. Continue to Festival Park to tour the replica sailing ship, the Elizabeth II. Walk over to Fort Raleigh National Historical Site to see the site of the first English Colony. It was here that Sir Walter Raleigh’s explorers established their settlement, later known as the “The Lost Colony,” after the settlers disappeared. Next, get ready to experience that good seafood. At the Seafood Festival, we can sample all types of seafood using our “SeaBucks” as we stroll from one booth to another. There are arts and crafts and live music to enjoy as well. Return to our hotel to spend time at the ocean or the pool. (B,SeaBucks)

Day 3 - Wright Brothers Monument/Kill Devil Hill/Home

We’ll take a trip down memory lane as we visit the Wright Brothers Monument and Park. See where the famous first flight ocured and enjoy a park ranger program on the events leading up to that historic day. Climb the famous Kill Devil Hill where the first flight landed. Afterwards, we’ll board our coach for the return trip home making a stop at Grandy Greenhouse filled with delectable homemade jams, jellies, and produce. Take some home to enjoy. (B)

Additional Information:

A word about the festival...this is held in a grassy field; closed toe shoes and long pants are recommended, and walking is required. You may take a folding chair if you wish.
TOUR INCLUDES:
 
  • Transportation via climate controlled, lavatory equipped motorcoach
  • Luggage handling one bag per person
  • Services of a Shenandoah Tours Escort
  • Accident insurance
  • Accommodations at Oceanfront Hotel
 
  • Attractions: Currituck Lighthouse, Roanoke Island Festival park, Outer Banks Seafood Festival, Wright Brothers Memorial & Kill Devil Hill
  • Meals:
2 Breakfasts
1 dinner
 

 

Golden Isles of Georgia
& Hilton Head Island
October 22-26, 2017


5 Days / 4 Nights
8 Meals

Price per person:
Twin/Double $899
Single $1199


Deposit: $50.00 Per Person
Final Payment is due on or before Sept. 22, 2017
Optional Trip Cancellation/Interruption Protection $57 per person.
Tour #17042
 
 
Visit the Golden Isles...St. Simons, Jekyll Island, and charming Hilton Head Island, a place of beauty and wonder. These intriguing islands located along the Atlantic Coast, weathered by sun, wind, and rain, evolved into a playground for the rich and famous of the gilded age. Explore historic Savannah, a jewel of the Old South, steeped in Southern charm and hospitality. Come with Shenandoah Tours and discover Georgia’s Golden Isles, a charming corner of America.
 

Day 1 - Travel to Hilton Head Island, SC

Welcome aboard! We are on our way to Hilton Head Island, a year-round premium resort bordered by the Atlantic Ocean and the intracoastal waterway. Lodging awaits for a two-night stay at The Beach House - a Holiday Inn Resort, steps away from miles of white sand beaches and blue ocean waters. Dinner is included this evening. (D)

Day 2 - Hilton Head Island/Dolphin Cruise

Hilton Head is known for its famous golf courses and fine resorts. After our included breakfast, a local guide joins us for a wonderful sightseeing tour of the island. Enjoy the ambience whose heritage is that of cotton and rich plantations. This afternoon we board the Vagabond and enjoy a dolphin watch cruise. Later free time in Harbour Town before our wonderful included dinner. (B,D)

Day 3 - St. Simons Island/Jekyll Island

It’s a short drive to quaint St. Simons, the largest of the Golden Isles. Moss covered oaks and ocean breezes weave the past and present together as our guide narrates delightful stories of these barrier islands. Stroll on the grounds of beautiful historic Christ Church. On to Jekyll Island covered with oak trees, Spanish moss and palmetto. Enjoy a tram tour of the historic district. Hear the fascinating stories of the island’s beginnings and development by the wealthiest and most famous men in the nation. It was known as “Millionaire’s Village.” We overnight here on Jekyll Island, with dinner included. (B,D)

Day 4 - Savannah/River Cruise

We continue to Savannah and experience the southern charm of this city with its antebellum homes, monuments, and churches, as well as a visit to the Cathedral of St. John the Baptist. Enjoy a guided tour through the historic area with a local guide and free time on the riverfront for lunch and shopping. This afternoon we’ll board the Savannah River Queen for an enjoyable sightseeing excursion along the Savannah River. A special farewell dinner is planned at River House Seafood Restaurant and lodging is at the Hampton Inn this evening. (CB,D)

Day 5 - Travel Home

Memories of a delightful tour with newfound friends are on our minds as we journey home. (CB)
TOUR INCLUDES:
 
  • Transportation via climate controlled, lavatory equipped motorcoach
  • Luggage handling one bag per person
  • Services of a Shenandoah Tours Escort
  • Accident insurance
  • Accommodations as outlined above
 
  • Attractions: Hilton Head Island, Dolphin Cruise, St. Simons Island, Jekyll Island, Savannah, River cruise on Savannah River Queen
  • Meals: 2 Continental Breakfasts, 2 Breakfasts, 4 Dinners
 


 

12-Night Southern Caribbean Cruise
Royal Caribbean’s
Grandeur of the Seas
Oct. 28 - Nov. 9, 2017

13 Days / 12 Nights
All Meals onboard Ship

Price per person:
Category H Twin/Double $1463
Large Outside Stateroom
Other Categories Available


Deposit: $500.00 Per Person
Final Payment is due on or before July 21, 2017
Optional Trip Cancellation/Interruption Protection, please call for details.
Tour #17025
 
 
A world of enjoyment awaits aboard Royal Caribbean’s Grandeur of the Seas! This twelve-night cruise departing from Baltimore, Maryland, sails along the East Coast with ports of call at Charlotte Amalie, St. Thomas; St. Johns, Antigua; Castries, St. Lucia; Basseterre, St. Kitts; and Philipsburg, St. Maarten.
 

BASSETERRE, ST. KITTS

St. Kitts was a tropical prize over which the European powers fought for more than a century. St. Kitts was a tropical prize over which the European powers fought for more than a century. Discover French and British heritage in Basseterre and the complex colonial legacy amongst the ruins of fortresses and once-grand estates. Enjoy magnificent gardens, exotic plants and an amazing African Saman tree. Sunbathe on the black and grey sand of the popular beaches.

CASTRIES, ST. LUCIA

From the twin peaks of the Pitons mountains to rainforest and palm-fringed beaches, St. Lucia astounds with dramatic, unspoiled scenery. Explore green mountains, banana valleys, rainforests and fishing villages. The capital of Castries is our gateway to outdoor fun, relaxation and exploring the unique culture.

ST. JOHNS, ANTIGUA

Antigua boasts 365 white-sand beaches, world-class sailing, and lush nature. Culture buffs can explore the colorful capital of St. Johns, where original colonial buildings bring the island's history to life. Or visit the former British imperial naval base of NelsonÕs Dockyard on the south coast.

PHILIPSBURG, ST. MAARTEN

When the Spanish closed their colonial fort on St. Maarten in 1648, a few Dutch and French soldiers hid on the island and decided to share it. Soon after, the Netherlands and France signed a formal agreement to split St. Maarten in half, as it is today. Philipsburg displays the Dutch heritage in its architecture and landscaping. The island offers endless stretches of beach, beautiful landscapes and great shopping.

CHARLOTTE AMALIE, ST. THOMAS

Discover why St. Thomas is called the “duty-free shopping capital of the world.” Beyond the glitz of its famous shopping district, St. Thomas enchants with a fascinating history and natural scenery. Explore the island's diverse heritage in Charlotte Amalie, splash around its vibrant reefs, or unwind on a gorgeous beach.
Documents:
U. S. citizens must carry a valid passport for this cruise.

Additional Cabin Options - Inside Stateroom
Category N $1342 Per Person Twin
Two lower beds convertible to one Royal King bed, shower
Prices include all port charges and taxes.
ROYAL CARIBBEAN'S CANCELLATION POLICY:
 
Days prior to sailing
75 or more
74 to 57
56 to 29
28 to 15
14 or less (or No Show)
 
Charges per person
No charge
$500.00
50% of cruise fare
75% of cruise fare
No refund
 
Cancellation protection is recommended. Royal Caribbean Cruise Lines Vacation Protection Plan is available for those wishing to purchase protection in case of cancellation. Cost is $89.00 per person based on the categories shown above (rates for other categories may be different). Payment should accompany your deposit.
TOUR INCLUDES:
 
  • Round trip transportation to/from Baltimore
  • Baggage handling (two bags per person)
  • All port taxes
  • Accident insurance
 
  • 12 nights cruising on the Grandeur of the Seas
  • Use of the ship as our hotel
  • All Meals
  • NOT INCLUDED: Ship Personnel Gratuities