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Itinerary: Roundtrip from Fort-de-France – Le Ponant will sail the Caribbean Sea from February to March 2024. This itinerary is provided for informational purposes only and is subject to change.
Martinique, Grenada, Saint Lucia – names that inspire island-getaway fantasies. Experience the magic of the Caribbean on a cruise that stops at beautiful, mysterious ports of call. Whether you swim the turquoise waters or explore the tropical forests, it is the perfect voyage for snorkeling, diving, heritage, long hikes, and simply relaxing with your loved one.
The capital of Saint Vincent and the Grenadines is an unmatched showcase for Creole art and dining. Kingstown, in the shadow of the still-active La Soufrière volcano, is dotted with traditional, colonial-style houses and many more wonders. The charm of this colorful, fragrant archipelago is captured in the island’s national anthem, “Saint Vincent Land So Beautiful.”
Itinerary: from Philipsburg to Marigot – Le Ponant will sail the Caribbean Sea from February to March 2025. This itinerary is provided for informational purposes only and is subject to change.
Did Robert Louis Stevenson ever visit these shores? An uninhabited isle of pirate mischief and countless legends, Norman Island seems to have come straight from the celebrated writer’s imagination. With wild goats and a few pelicans as its only residents, the island boasts great hiking trails and many diving spots along its rugged coastline.
“Bird Island” would have been a more suitable name, as seabird colonies consider it a prime breeding ground. Dog Island appears on the horizon northwest of Anguilla, sheltered by three large sandbars (cays). This wonderland for ornithologists and those seeking wild flora and fauna is home to terns, frigates, gulls, and green sea turtles.
Itinerary: Roundtrip from Pointe-à-Pitre – Le Ponant will sail the Caribbean Sea from January to March 2025. This itinerary is provided for informational purposes only and is subject to change.
There are so many ways to explore Marie-Galante: the island’s vast plateau, exquisite beaches of fine sand, a breathtaking underwater world, fields of sugar cane, traditional distilleries. Discovering Marie-Galante is like leaping into a Guadeloupe of yesteryear, an island that keeps its own time.
Sandy Island is more of a picture-postcard than a landmass, seemingly made to mirror an idyllic island dream: white sand beaches, towering rows of coconut palms, crystal-clear waters, and pelican flocks skimming the shimmering surface – it’s all there. Listed as a protected nature preserve, the island is a paradise for eager divers.