Prima Caribbean Cruise
Set sail with TRAVEL AT WILL aboard Norwegian Prima — one of the newest and most innovative ships in the industry — and experience paradise from ship to shore. In Costa Maya, grab your snorkel and dive into the waters surrounding the incredible Mesoamerican Reef, the second largest reef in the world and home to diverse marine life. Hop on over to The Caribbean's premier resort-style destination, Harvest Caye, and zoom over sapphire waters on a zip line and unwind in a private, luxury beachside villa. In Roatán, embark on an eco-adventure in Manawakie Nature Park where you can interact with capuchin monkeys and sloths and enjoy an exhilarating all-terrain buggy ride through lush jungle. Then journey back in time at the Tulum Mayan ruins outside Cozumel.
Special TRAVEL AT WILL Amenities & Benefits:
TRAVEL AT WILL exclusive "Goodie Bag"
Unlimited Beverage Package † or Soda Package
Specialty Dining† (2 meals for guests 1 and 2 for Balcony & above)
$100 onboard credit
Free WIFI† (300 minutes on a 7-day cruise)
Shore Excursion Credit ($50 per tour, for guest 1)
$100 deposit per passenger
Costa Maya, Mexico
This coastal paradise in the Yucatan features stunning beaches with soft sand and blue skies. Travel to see ancient Mayan ruins in this region rich with archaeological sites.
Harvest Caye, Belize
Belize is ideal for eco-tourism. With diverse ecology consisting of jungles, rainforests, swamps, coral reefs and so on, you will find solace and adventure in Harvest Caye's stunning landscape. Looking for a cruise that stops in Harvest Caye? Check out our selection of Caribbean cruises.
Beautiful and unspoiled, Roatán is a peaceful, eco-tourist's dream, just 30 miles off the coast of Honduras. Teeming with marine life and home to some of the best pillar coral in the Caribbean, the pristine Honduran Reef is a diver's paradise. And the beauty of Tabyana Beach is always a sight to see.
The island of Cozumel off the tip of the Yucatan Peninsula continues to be known for its fantastic fishing, snorkeling and diving opportunities. And despite the growth of tourism in recent years, the island and its only town, San Miguel, retain much of their original warmth and charm.