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Bonaire (Kralendijk)

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  • Just 50 miles north of Venezuela, Bonaire is part of the Netherlands Antilles, which includes St. Maarten, St. Eustatius, Saba and Curacao. In 1951, the first hotel opened on Bonaire, and tourism has been the dominant industry ever since. With a dazzling array of fish and coral reefs and spectacularly clear water (100-ft visibility), Bonaire offers some of the best dive spots in the Caribbean.

As shore excursions to be offered in this port are not yet confirmed, below is a list of those offered previously. We make every effort to have excursions finalized at least 240 days in advance of sailing, and often sooner, so please check back regularly.

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  • Bonaire Highlights & Cultural Explorer

    Discover the immense diversity of Bonaire on this mostly panoramic driving tour that encompasses highlights to the north and south with an enlightening visit to a culture center.

    Depart from pier and settle in for a picturesque drive along Bonaire’s coast. The farther north you travel from Kralendijk, the more hilly and arid the terrain. Along the way, you may spot huge candelabra cacti and mesquite trees that can reach as high as 30 feet. To the west, lies Klein Bonaire, a flat undeveloped island that rises barely six feet above the sea.

    After approximately an hour, you will reach the Rincon Valley, once home to the Arawak Indians. At the turn of the 15th century, the Spanish founded the village of Rincon somewhat inland, out of the reach of cannons from buccaneer ships. You will discover more about the history of the area while driving through the village and touring Rincon’s outdoor venue Rose Inn. Relax under a shady tree and get a taste of the island with a sample of the locally produced Cadushy Liqueur which is made from cacti and lime.

    Rejoining your coach, you’ll make your way back to the pier, passing Bonaire’s remarkable salt ponds, where flamingoes often congregate to dine on brine shrimp, a diet that endows them with a beautiful rosy hue.

    Please note: This tour is mostly panoramic with limited optional walking at the stops. The tour is available to wheelchair guests who have a collapsible wheelchair, are able to make their own way on and off the coach and have an able-bodied companion to assist them. Light-weight, comfortable clothing; sun cap; sunglasses; and flat, comfortable walking shoes are recommended. The tour sequence may vary.

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    • Approx. DURATION:

      3 Hours
    • Tour Code:

      KRA-011
    • Activity Level

      Light Activity /Walking Minimal Activity Required
  • Marine Park Glass Bottom Boat Tour

    View the bountiful sea life in Bonaire Marine Park from the comfort of a glass-bottom boat, one of the easiest ways to glimpse the wonders below the water’s surface without the need to get wet!

    Depart from the pier and from the comfort of a 32-foot glass-bottom boat, you will enjoy a spectacular look at the underwater wonders in Bonaire National Marine Park. Just settle into a shaded seat and look through the window that runs down the center of the vessel.

    The waters here are teeming with marine life because the park was one of the first in the Caribbean to ban activities that damage the environment. In the 1960s, legislation was enacted to protect sea turtle eggs and nests. In the 1970s, spearfishing was banned, and it became illegal to remove coral. As a result, Bonaire Marine Park contains spectacular coral reefs that support a huge diversity of fish and other marine species.

    Your window into the wonders below will offer a view that continuously changes, as the boat slowly motors over one spectacular reef after another. While there is no telling what will what come into view, you can expect to see stands of elkhorn and staghorn coral, graceful sea turtles, and a dazzling spectrum of colorful fish that may include grunts, wrasses, goatfish, parrotfish and tangs. If you’re not sure of the exact marine species, just ask the naturalist onboard or refer to the fish identification chart on board.

    After spending approximately 75-minutes navigating the amazing waters of the marine park, you’ll return to the pier.

    Please note: This tour includes a very limited amount of walking. The tour is not available to wheelchair guests and those with mobility concerns are cautioned to carefully evaluate their personal level of stamina and ability. Light-weight, comfortable clothing; sun cap; sunglasses; sunscreen; and flat, comfortable shoes with a non-slip sole are recommended. There is no restroom facility on the boat.

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    • Approx. DURATION:

      1 1/2 Hours
    • Tour Code:

      KRA-007
    • Activity Level

      Light Activity /Walking
  • Aquaspace Semi Sub Adventure

    Cruise into Bonaire Marine Park onboard the air-conditioned Aquaspace, an ultra-sleek vessel with a large observation hull that allows for almost unobstructed views of the sea life.

    Depart from the pier and make the short transfer along Bonaire’s beautiful coastline to a nearby marina where the futuristic-looking Aquaspace is moored. Originally built for the study of marine biology, this trimaran features a hull that is almost entirely glass, offering an expansive view of the wonders below the surface. In fact, Jacques Cousteau once used the Aquaspace to research and survey underwater marine life. Features that set the Aquaspace apart from most glass-bottom boats is its air-conditioned viewing gondola and oversized observation area.

    After boarding the trimaran, you will set off for Bonaire National Marine Park, an area teeming with marine life because it was one of the first parks in the Caribbean to ban activities that damage the environment. While there is no telling what species will come into view through the observation hull, you can expect to see stands of elkhorn and staghorn coral, graceful sea turtles, and a dazzling spectrum of colorful fish that may include grunts, wrasses, goatfish, parrotfish and tangs.

    In time, the Aquaspace will pause at a buoy, so you can swim or do some unguided snorkeling, if you choose. It’s yet another way to observe the bountiful sea life at Bonaire Marine Park. If you prefer to stay dry while the vessel is stopped, there is plenty of deck space for sunbathing. Snacks and cool drinks are also available. Following your time in the marine park, you’ll return to the pier, sailing along the coastline.

    Please note: This tour includes a very limited amount of walking; however, there are steps to negotiate to reach the glass gondola below deck. Guests need to take care as the deck of the Aquaspace has hatches and winches about. Those who wish to swim or snorkel should be good swimmers and in good physical condition. The tour is not available to wheelchair guests and not considered suitable for those with mobility concerns. Swimwear worn under a cover-up; sun cap; sunglasses; sunscreen; a towel from the ship; and flat, comfortable shoes with a non-slip sole are recommended. Snorkeling equipment is provided. There is a restroom aboard the Aquaspace. Those who take part in any water activities do so at their own risk and responsibility.

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    • Approx. DURATION:

      3 Hours
    • Tour Code:

      KRA-008
    • Activity Level

      Light Activity /Walking
  • Spice Beach Club

    Indulge in the amenities of Spice Beach Club, a lovely waterfront resort where you may swim, sunbathe, dine or pamper yourself in the spa.

    Depart from the pier and enjoy a brief drive along Bonaire’s beautiful coastline to the Spice Beach Club, a spectacular resort with an abundance of amenities that ensure a carefree visit. Upon arriving, you will be greeted with a cool tropical drink and a sincere “bon bini,” a phrase that means “welcome” in Bonaire’s national language of Papiamentu.

    Following a brief introduction to the resort’s facilities, you will then spend the next few hours enjoying the tropical setting. What you do is entirely your choice. You might sunbathe down on the powdery white sand on a beach lounger, or poolside in the shade of a swaying coconut palm. An intimate spa and restaurant are on site, as are several lovely private cabanas.

    If you are feeling ambitious, you may swim in the crystal-clear, typically calm sea, rent a kayak and paddle up and down the shore, or don snorkeling gear for an up-close look at the marine life. Strict laws have protected the waters surrounding Bonaire since the 1970s, and as a result the sea is teeming with life. Tropical fish, seahorses and sea turtles are commonly sighted swimming along the reefs, which are among the healthiest in the Caribbean.

    Whatever you decide to do, be assured it will be extraordinarily relaxing. Following your visit, you will bid the resort “ayo” (“good-bye” in Papiamentu) and transfer back to the pier.

    Please note: Walking on this tour is primarily at the guests’ discretion. There will be sandy and uneven surfaces to negotiate at the beach. The tour is not available to wheelchair guests and those with mobility concerns are cautioned to carefully evaluate their personal level of stamina and ability. Swimwear worn under light-weight clothing; sun cap; sunglasses; sunscreen; a towel from the ship; and flat, comfortable shoes with a non-slip sole or aqua socks are recommended. Amenities available for additional costs are: Cocktails and drinks from the Beach Bar, lunch at the restaurant, snorkeling equipment, kayak and dive shop rentals and spa treatments. Those who take part in any water activities do so at their own risk and responsibility.

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    • Approx. DURATION:

      3 Hours
    • Tour Code:

      KRA-010
    • Activity Level

      Light Activity /Walking
  • Eco-Powered Tuk-Tuk City Tour

    See the highlights of Kralendijk in the comfort of an electric-powered Tuk-Tuk, enjoying the open air and enlightening commentary by your local guide and driver.

    Depart directly from the pier in a Tuk-Tuk, an emission-free vehicle that looks similar to an oversized golf cart. These vehicles were originally used as mini taxis in Thailand, where the name tuk tuk is meant to imitate the sound of the small engines – however the Bonaire models are mounted with electric engines and are very quiet. As you drive south along the coast, you will soon come upon Fort Orange, which was built in 1639. Heavily fortified, it was never attacked and over time it was used for alternate purposes, including a government center, fire station and prison. The fort’s cannons are from the early 1800s, a time when the British controlled the Dutch West Indies.

    Continuing on, you will stop at the statue of Gilberto Betico Croes, a political activist that was instrumental in helping neighboring Aruba gain its independence from the Netherland Antilles. Bonaire is considered a special municipality of the Netherlands, and you’ll notice the Dutch influence in the capital’s delightful architecture. In Dutch, Kralendijk (Crawl-en-dike) means “coral reef,” a reference to the many reefs surrounding Bonaire.

    Other highlights along your route include the island’s largest church and the nearby saltwater flats. Flamingoes often gather in the shallow water to dine on brine shrimp, a diet that endows them with a beautiful rosy hue. Following your exploration of the city by Tuk-Tuk, you will return to the pier.

    Please note: This tour is mostly panoramic with limited optional walking at the stops. The tour is not available to wheelchair guests. Those guests with mobility concerns are cautioned only to participate to the extent of their personal stamina and ability. Weather appropriate clothing; sunglasses; and flat, comfortable shoes are recommended. The tour sequence may vary.

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    • Approx. DURATION:

      1 Hour
    • Tour Code:

      KRA-001
    • Activity Level

      Light Activity /Walking Minimal Activity Required
  • Samur Sail, Beach & Snorkel

    Sail a magnificent Siamese junk to the unblemished oasis Klein Bonaire, an uninhabited island known for its pristine beach and exceptional snorkeling.

    Cruise directly from the pier in a Zodiac boat and within minutes you’ll arrive at the Samur, an authentic Siamese junk. Modeled after the well-known junks that sail throughout Asia, this 56-foot sailing vessel was hand-built in Thailand with beautiful wood-carved details.

    After boarding the Samur and settling in, you’ll set off for the uninhabited island of Klein Bonaire, which lies due west of Kralendijk, well within sight. As the red sails catch the wind and you cruise the surrounding sea, you may feel that you have been transported back in time where sailing ships ruled the seas. En route, the captain will elaborate on the history of the Siamese Sailing Junk and what you will find at the reef located just off-shore from the island.

    Upon arriving at Klein Bonaire, you’ll tender to the beach, where you’ll have time to snorkel directly off the beach, or head for nearby Ebo’s reef. The waters in both sites are typically calm and offer a spectacular array of marine life. You may see parrotfish, angelfish, sea horses and sea turtles, all gracefully swimming about undisturbed by your presence.

    The beach at Klein Bonaire is just as impressive, as the island is completely undeveloped and the crystal-clear waters are protected as part of the Bonaire National Marine Park. Feel free to relax in whatever way you please. There’s no set schedule or need to rush. After approximately 1-hour, you will re-board the Samur and on the return trip, enjoy tropical fruits and rum punch.

    Please note: This tour includes a limited amount of walking, mainly at the guests’ discretion at the beach. There will be sandy surfaces to negotiate at the beach and participants must be able to make their way onto and off both the zodiac and the sailing boat with limited assistance. Those who wish to snorkel should be good swimmers and in good physical condition. The tour is not available to wheelchair guests or those with mobility concerns. Swimwear worn under a cover-up; sun cap; sunglasses; sunscreen; a towel from the ship; and flat, comfortable shoes or aqua socks are recommended. Snorkeling equipment is provided. There is a restroom on the boat but none at the beach. A small amount of cash is recommended if guests wish to purchase items such as waterproof cameras, t-shirts or caps on board the boat. Those who participate in any water activities do so at their own risk and responsibility.

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    • Approx. DURATION:

      3 Hours
    • Tour Code:

      KRA-005
    • Activity Level

      Moderate Activity/Walking
  • 4x4 Adventure to Bonaire's East Coast

    Travel off road in a 4x4 Land Rover to the rugged eastern shore of Bonaire, a land of giant cacti, abundant wildlife and stunning natural beauty.

    Depart from the pier in a 4x4 Land Rover and begin driving through Bonaire’s lovely capital of Kralendijk. As you travel east, you’ll notice the land becoming more rugged. Before long, you will leave the paved highway and head off road into the arid, remote countryside. This area of Bonaire is less developed than the rest of the island and revered for its beauty.

    During the drive, you may encounter wild donkeys, which the Spanish introduced to Bonaire more than 500 years ago. Other animals commonly sighted are Caribbean parakeets, yellow-shouldered parrots and iguanas. Although the eastern shore isn’t highly populated, during a photo stop, you will probably see windsurfers cutting through the waves at Sorobon Beach, as there is usually a steady offshore breeze.

    Continuing on, you will pass one of Bonaire’s many lighthouses before pausing at a number of small stone huts that served as slave quarters until slavery was abolished in 1863. Many of the slaves worked in the surrounding salt flats, an area known today for its abundance of flamingoes. The birds congregate here to dine on brine shrimp, a diet that endows them with a beautiful rosy hue. While highly social among their own species, flamingoes are skittish around humans and prefer to keep their distance.

    Following your time here, you will drive back to the pier.

    Please note: This tour includes a limited amount of walking, mainly at the guests’ discretion during the stops. The off-road terrain can be bumpy and there are 2 high steps to negotiate to enter and exit the vehicle. The tour is not available to wheelchair guests, pregnant women or children under the age of 12. The tour may not be suitable for those who have previous back or neck injuries or those with mobility concerns. Light-weight clothing; sun cap; sunglasses; sunscreen; and flat, comfortable shoes are recommended. Dependent upon rainfall, the dirt roads can become muddy. Wildlife sightings, while common, are not guaranteed. There is only 1 restroom facility at Sorobon Beach.

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    • Approx. DURATION:

      3 Hours
    • Tour Code:

      KRA-004
    • Activity Level

      Moderate Activity/Walking
  • Mushi Mushi Catamaran Sail

    Enjoy life at sea on a beautiful catamaran while sailing through pristine Bonaire Marine Park, where you may snorkel or simply relax on board.

    After a brief boat transfer from the pier, you will board the Mushi Mushi, a sleek 40-foot catamaran with plenty of open deck space for sunbathing as you sail through Bonaire Marine Park. If you like, you may even get involved with the crew in setting the sails. Over the next few hours, you may stay on board and enjoy the comforts, or you might ease into the water and snorkel.

    The sea here is teeming with marine life because the park was one of the first in the Caribbean to ban activities that damage the environment. In the 1960s, legislation was enacted to protect sea turtle eggs and nests. In the 1970s, spearfishing was banned, and it became illegal to remove coral. As a result, Bonaire Marine Park contains spectacular coral reefs that support a huge diversity of fish and other marine species.

    You will experience the wonders below the surface firsthand, once the captain finds an ideal spot for you to snorkel. While the underwater views change every minute, you can expect to see stands of elkhorn and staghorn coral, longsnout seahorses and a dazzling spectrum of colorful fish that may include grunts, wrasses, goatfish, parrotfish and tangs. Sea turtles also thrive in the park, as they too are protected. The snorkeling is optional and will be unguided; however, a crew member will be watching from the deck of the catamaran.

    After approximately an hour at anchor, the sails will be raised again and you’ll head back to the pier, enjoying an open-bar en route.

    Please note: This tour includes a limited amount of walking; however, participants must be able to make their way onto and off both the tender boat and the sailing catamaran with limited assistance. Those who wish to snorkel should be good swimmers and in good physical condition. The tour is not available to wheelchair guests or those with mobility concerns. Swimwear worn under a cover-up; sun cap; sunglasses; sunscreen; a towel from the ship; and flat, comfortable shoes with a non-slip sole, or aqua socks are recommended. Snorkeling equipment is provided. There is a restroom on the boat. Those who participate in any water activities do so at their own risk and responsibility.

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    • Approx. DURATION:

      3 Hours
    • Tour Code:

      KRA-006
    • Activity Level

      Moderate Activity/Walking
  • The Washikemba Reserve By ATV

    Drive into the arid wilds of the Washikemba reserve on an ATV and delight in the hauntingly beautiful landscape, much of it only accessible in a four-wheel-drive vehicle.

    Depart from the pier and enjoy a brief drive to an awaiting All-Terrain Vehicle. Following a safety briefing, you will take off on your ATV and head east into the Washikemba reserve. As you negotiate the rugged terrain, you may encounter wild donkeys and goats and see iguanas basking in the sun. The advantage of an ATV is that it allows access to areas that most vehicles can’t reach, so you can expect to see the island in its most natural, undisturbed state.

    At the Spelonk Lighthouse, which marks the easternmost point of Bonaire, you’ll notice that the only other way to this remote point is along a footpath. It’s an inspiring setting, especially since the only sounds should be of the surf crashing on the rocky shore. The stone building there was once the residence of the lighthouse keeper, but it hasn’t been occupied in years.

    From there, it’s on to one of Bonaire’s many caves, some of which still bear inscriptions from the Arawak Indians that lived here in pre-Columbian days. Expect the cave to be teeming with hundreds of bats, clinging to the roof as they wait until dusk to fly off looking for insects.

    Finally, on the return drive to Kralendijk, you will stop briefly in Boven Bolivia, a small settlement at the head of a lagoon.

    Please note: This tour is priced per person, (not per vehicle). Tour includes limited walking, mainly at the guests’ discretion during the stops. There will be about 80 min. of driving an All-Terrain-Vehicle over mostly off-road, bumpy conditions. Guests will be given a test to determine their competence in being able to do simple maneuvers on the vehicle. The tour is not available to wheelchair guests, those with mobility concerns, or pregnant women. The tour is not considered suitable for those with injuries or conditions that may be affected by the bumpy conditions. Long trousers and flat, closed-toe shoes are required. Sun cap; sunglasses; and sunscreen are recommended. The minimum age for participation is 18 years old and all participants must present a valid driver’s license. The local operator may require guests sign a liability waiver before taking part in the tour.

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    • Approx. DURATION:

      2 1/2 Hours
    • Tour Code:

      KRA-002
    • Activity Level

      Most Active or Strenuous
  • Goto Lake Biking Adventure

    Enjoy a delightful bicycle ride pedaling around Bonaire’s relatively flat countryside, admiring the island’s natural beauty and observing daily life in the tropics.

    After a short walk from the pier, you’ll drive through beautiful Kralendijk to pick up your mountain bike and begin your cycling adventure. As you pedal north along the coast, the natural beauty surrounding Bonaire’s capital will soon unfold. At Tolo Beach, a spectacular stretch of sand also known as Ol’ Blue, you’ll pause to enjoy the panorama. Farther up the coast, you’ll find Landhouse Karpata, a former plantation that raised goats, grew aloe and produced charcoal, much of it for export. You may also see wild donkeys lazing about, as they have been on the island since the Spanish introduced them more than 500 years ago.

    Ahead lies Goto Lake, a favorite gathering place for Bonaire’s abundant flamingoes. They come to the saltwater lake to dine on brine shrimp, a diet that endows them with a beautiful rosy hue. While highly social among their own species, flamingoes are skittish around humans and prefer to keep their distance. You may observe other avian species at Dos Pos, a drinking well at a nearby plantation that attracts common birds such as the bananaquit.

    Finally, you will bicycle into Rincon, Bonaire’s oldest town, which the Spanish founded in 1499. Here, you’ll leave your ‘two-wheel-partner’ behind and have a well-earned rest at the outdoor area of the Rose Inn before the return drive to Kralendijk.

    Please note: This tour includes a limited amount of walking and approximately 2 1/2 hours of moderate to strenuous cycling that covers 12 miles. The terrain is mostly flat with occasional inclines. An escort vehicle will accompany the tour. The tour is not available to wheelchair guests or those with mobility concerns. Participants should be in good physical condition. The cruise line and the operator reserve the right to deny participation to any guests they deem the tour will be unsuitable for. Light-weight clothing; sun cap; sunglasses; and sunscreen are recommended. Flat, close-toed shoes are mandatory. There is a minimum height requirement to participate of 54”. Wildlife sightings, while common, are not guaranteed.

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    • Approx. DURATION:

      4 Hours
    • Tour Code:

      KRA-003
    • Activity Level

      Most Active or Strenuous
  • Clear Kayak & Snorkel

    Enjoy a unique perspective of Bonaire’s extraordinary marine life by paddling a glass-bottom kayak to a nearby beach to snorkel in the typically calm waters.

    Walk directly from the pier to a nearby beach, accompanied by your naturalist guide. After a brief orientation on kayaking, you will board a two-person kayak and paddle into the crystal-clear waters. Your stable, sit-on-top Kayak is equipped with a comfortable backrest seat, life vests and a waterproof bag for your personal belongings. Unlike most kayaks, the ones used on this excursion have glass bottoms, providing expansive views of the wonders below the surface.

    Heading out, you’ll paddle south along the coast, enjoying spectacular views in every direction. If you look toward the mainland, you’ll see Kralendijk, Bonaire’s charming capital. To the west lies Klein Bonaire, a flat, completely undeveloped island surrounded by waters protected as part of Bonaire National Marine Park.

    Gazing down through the glass bottom of the kayak, the splendor of the underwater world unfolds below you. While there is no telling what species will come into view, you can expect to see a dazzling spectrum of colorful fish that may include grunts, wrasses, goatfish, parrotfish and tangs.

    After approximately 30-minutes of paddling, you will arrive at a beach, where you will have an hour of free time. You are welcome to do as you please, either relax on the beach or take the opportunity to snorkel. The snorkeling here is excellent for all skill levels and will showcase an abundance of tropical fish, as well as stands of elkhorn and staghorn coral. You may also view some sea turtles as both Hawksbill and Green Turtles inhabit these waters, It’s quite a sight to spot one gracefully swimming along, completely undisturbed by your presence. Following your 1-hour break, you will kayak back to the starting point and then walk back to the pier.

    Please note: This tour includes approximately 20-minutes of walking, plus any additional walking at the guests’ discretion during free time. There will be sandy surfaces to negotiate at the beach. Those who wish to swim or snorkel should be good swimmers. The tour is not available to wheelchair guests or those with mobility concerns. Participants should be in good physical condition. Swimwear worn under a cover-up; sun cap; sunglasses; sunscreen; a towel from the ship; and flat, comfortable shoes with a non-slip sole are recommended. Snorkeling equipment is provided. There are no restrooms on this tour. Two persons will share 1 kayak and the combined allowable weight per Kayak is 350 lbs. Those who take part in any water activities do so at their own risk and responsibility.

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    • Approx. DURATION:

      2 1/2 Hours
    • Tour Code:

      KRA-009
    • Activity Level

      Most Active or Strenuous

Terms & Conditions:

Free Unlimited Shore Excursions are for full fare guests only, capacity controlled and subject to availability. Requested excursions may not be available at time of booking. Supplement will apply on Regent Choice excursions (indicated by the above) and excludes Private Arrangements and all Adventures Ashore programs. Concierge benefits do not apply to Executive Collection private cars or other private arrangements. In order to ensure quality guides and sufficient transportation, we must provide the tour operator with passenger counts at least 36 hours in advance. Therefore no refunds will be given within 36 hours of tour departure for cancellations or no-shows. Please pay special attention to scheduling and tour lengths when booking your shore excursions. In many cases, it is not possible to participate in more than one tour per day in a given port. Tour Departure times are subject to change so please reference your actual tour ticket for the correct departure time. Tours operate rain or shine. Minor children 17 years and under must be accompanied by a an adult 18 years or older on all shore excursions. Tours require minimum participation levels to operate so please sign up as early as possible. Tours may be cancelled if minimum participation levels are not met. Prices, Itineraries and General Information shore excursion prices are subject to change to meet unexpected cost increases or currency fluctuations. Please consult the Destination Services Desk onboard for information. During local or national holidays, access to certain facilities (such as museums or archaeological sites) may be limited or denied. In such instances, adjustments will be made to minimize inconvenience to guests. Some tours have limited availability. Tours are generally available for reserving 180 days prior to the beginning of a cruise. Please sign up early to avoid disappointment. Regent Seven Seas Cruises reserves the right to require guests to complete a liability waiver for select shore excursions. For more information, please visit the Destination Services Desk onboard.

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