By Admin, BuyLocalBG.com, BuyLocalBg@gmail.com/
Friday, July 1st, 2011 10:00 AM CST
Beaver 96.7’s Cruise is close to selling out. They have about 10 balcony rooms left and maybe 20-30 interior/ocean view. Why not make sure you are on the cruise? 96.7 The Beaver and ‘The Travel Authority’ are two local groups teaming up for a great trip to the beaches of Mexico. Hey, if you want to vacation away, not do it with a local company? Aboard one of Carnival’s best ships, The Valor, you will sail for your 7 day cruise (with four ports of call) from the Port of Miami to the Grand Cayman Islands.
You’ve got to see this water in person, to believe it.
In the Grand Cayman Islands you have an opportunity to swim around the coral reefs with Sea Turtles, Stingrays and other fish of the sea or take a 4×4 Jeep Adventure to satisfy your need for sun and fun. Also the Grand Cayman Islands has great shopping for the bargain hunter!
Carnival Cruisers enjoying Isla Rotan’s less natural spots!
After you leave the Grand Cayman Islands you set sail Isla Roatan. An Island off the coast of Honduras, you can enjoy some time on a zipline zipping through the jungle, fish for things not found in Barren River or just enjoy a nice cold drink and the warm sun from your beach side lounge chair.
After Isla Roatan it’s off to Belize. A place where English is the national language and is the Northernmost Central American country is covered mainly by forest. Over 60% of the country boasts a natural beauty of being covered by forest. Known for its great fishing and natural beauty there are so many options. You can take a Boat ride and play in a lagoon, check out the ruins or fish? Or again, relax on the beach with a cold drink.
The last port of call on this seven day cruise is Cozumel. Editorial Note, it’s my favorite of the ports of call for one reason, Xcaret. Others will love the shopping, shopping and more shopping available in Cozumel. If you have a love of history and don’t mind the long ride, the ruins are very popular in this port.
No matter how you slice it, this is a great trip. If you are interested, check out this link.