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    Aerial Tram & Rainforest Adventure

    Puerto Limon, Costa Rica

    Duration 7 hrs

    Relax and enjoy your two hour drive to the rainforest and discover this private reserve that is connected to the 2nd largest national park in Costa Rica, Braulio Carrillo National Park. ...
    Relax and enjoy your two hour drive to the rainforest and discover this private reserve that is connected to the 2nd largest national park in Costa Rica, Braulio Carrillo National Park. more...

    Relax and enjoy your two hour drive to the rainforest and discover this private reserve that is connected to the 2nd largest national park in Costa Rica, Braulio Carrillo National Park. Experience the rainforest as never before! This fascinating open-air gondola ride will give you a bird's-eye view of the most interesting part of the rainforest – the canopy. Your aerial tram will take you into the heart of the rainforest.


    The rainforest canopy is teeming with wildlife. You’ll see towering trees, giant ferns, bursts of color and myriad wildlife form part of this natural hanging garden. Your expert naturalist guide will point out aspects of this captivating canopy that few human eyes ever see during your over one hour tram ride. After your ride, take an optional one hour guided walk through the rainforest, garnering a deeper appreciation from this perspective of this complex environment.


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    • Adult from: A$200.38 AUD
    • Child from: A$160.03 AUD
    DURATION 7 hrs
    ACTIVITY LEVEL 1
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    Exploring Magnificent Cartagena

    Cartagena, Colombia

    Duration 4 3/4 hrs

    Explore and discover the magnificent city of Cartagena. Begin with a stop at San Felipe de Barajas situated outside the walled city for a panoramic view of this monumental fort considered to be the most outstanding feat of Spanish military engineering in the New World. ...
    Explore and discover the magnificent city of Cartagena. Begin with a stop at San Felipe de Barajas situated outside the walled city for a panoramic view of this monumental fort considered to be the most outstanding feat of Spanish military engineering in the New World. more...

    Explore and discover the magnificent city of Cartagena. Begin with a stop at San Felipe de Barajas situated outside the walled city for a panoramic view of this monumental fort considered to be the most outstanding feat of Spanish military engineering in the New World.


    Continue to Las Bovedas Artisan Center, built as dungeons and as a means of storage. Walk through narrow cobblestone streets and squares inside the walled city. Wander through Plaza de Bolivar which features a statue of its namesake. Visit the Inquisition Palace, established in the year 1610 to punish any crimes against the Catholic faith. You’ll see samples of jails and torture chambers.


    Next, visit the San Pedro Claver cloister and monastery built in homage to the protector of slaves. Continue to the Navy Museum which includes a folk show and beverage. Before returning to your ship you will have a free time to explore by your own into the walled city and enjoy panoramic sightseeing through Bocagrande, the modern part of the city.


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    • Adult from: A$87.41 AUD
    • Child from: A$68.59 AUD
    DURATION 4 3/4 hrs
    ACTIVITY LEVEL 2
    Available languages:
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    Snorkel the Underwater Sculpture Garden

    Great Stirrup Cay, Bahamas

    Duration All day

    Whether you’re snorkeling for the very first time or you consider yourself an expert, you’ll want to snorkel the underwater sculpture garden on Great Stirrup Cay. Located in the clear blue waters of Bertram’s Cove, you’ll snorkel your way around playful statues of mermaids, sea creatures, fountains and urns. ...
    Whether you’re snorkeling for the very first time or you consider yourself an expert, you’ll want to snorkel the underwater sculpture garden on Great Stirrup Cay. Located in the clear blue waters of Bertram’s Cove, you’ll snorkel your way around playful statues of mermaids, sea creatures, fountains and urns. more...

    Whether you’re snorkeling for the very first time or you consider yourself an expert, you’ll want to snorkel the underwater sculpture garden on Great Stirrup Cay. Located in the clear blue waters of Bertram’s Cove, you’ll snorkel your way around playful statues of mermaids, sea creatures, fountains and urns.


    Schools of fish have come to seek shelter in and round the garden. Lobster, crab and shrimp have made their home in the cracks and ledges of the art pieces. Our underwater garden has been specifically designed as a place of entertainment for fish and folk alike.


    Access to the garden is open to all and self-guided, so you can make multiple trips to explore each and every underwater statue over the course of your visit. Secure your snorkel set today.


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    • Adult from: A$40.34 AUD
    • Child from: A$20.17 AUD
    DURATION All day
    ACTIVITY LEVEL 1
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    Highlights of Santa Marta

    Santa Marta, Colombia

    Duration 4 hrs

    Explore the landmarks of Colombia’s oldest city, delving into its storied history and alluring culture, which have helped fuel the rebirth of Santa Marta. ...
    Explore the landmarks of Colombia’s oldest city, delving into its storied history and alluring culture, which have helped fuel the rebirth of Santa Marta. more...

    Explore the landmarks of Colombia’s oldest city, delving into its storied history and alluring culture, which have helped fuel the rebirth of Santa Marta.


    Depart from the pier and begin a leisurely drive through Santa Marta, a colonial city that the Spanish established as a base of conquest. Founded in 1525 at the foot of the world’s highest coastal mountain range, Santa Marta is considered the oldest, still-inhabited city in Colombia.


    When the Spanish arrived, the indigenous people were skilled goldsmiths, and you will see the kinds of objects they made in the Gold Museum. An impressive model of the main city of their empire, Ciudad Perdida, is also on display, along with pre-Columbian pottery.


    Continuing on, you will explore Santa Marta’s magnificent whitewashed cathedral, which is thought to be the oldest church in Colombia, although construction wasn’t finished until late in the 18th century. Its floor plan is in the shape of a Roman cross. Simon Bolivar was buried in the cathedral until 1839 when his remains were moved to Caracas, his birthplace.


    You will discover more about the Great Liberator at Quinta de San Pedro Alejandrino Villa, where Bolivar died. Now a museum, the butterscotch-yellow hacienda beautifully displays many of his personal objects and a large statue of the revered Bolivar lords over the grounds.


    To delve deeper into Santa Marta’s cultural history, you will watch a folkloric performance and enjoy a beverage at the Santa Mar Resort before returning to the pier via the modern El Rodadero district.


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    • Adult from: A$133.14 AUD
    • Child from: A$133.14 AUD
    DURATION 4 hrs
    ACTIVITY LEVEL 2
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    Highlights of Cartagena & Folkloric Show

    Cartagena, Colombia

    Duration 4 hrs

    Start your tour of the magnificent city of Cartagena with a panoramic view of San Felipe de Barajas Fortress. Explore the Old City with its charming Colonial architecture, enjoy a folkloric show and discover treasure at the Gold Museum. ...
    Start your tour of the magnificent city of Cartagena with a panoramic view of San Felipe de Barajas Fortress. Explore the Old City with its charming Colonial architecture, enjoy a folkloric show and discover treasure at the Gold Museum. more...

    Start your tour of the beautiful city of Cartagena with a photo stop at San Felipe de Barajas Fortress, situated outside the walled city and considered the largest Spanish fort in the New World. Continue to the Old City and wander through narrow cobblestone streets and squares while you admire the Colonial architecture, balconies and old churches. Your next stop will be the Inquisition Palace.


    Enjoy a folkloric show during your visit to the Navy Museum which was established in 1986. Here, you’ll find historic military efforts of Cartagena, see the wealth of historical artifacts, maritime life and naval history of Colombia. A bottle of water or soft drink will be served upon arrival at the museum. Before returning to your ship, enjoy panoramic sightseeing through Bocagrande, the modern part of the city.


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    • Adult from: A$79.34 AUD
    • Child from: A$65.90 AUD
    DURATION 4 hrs
    ACTIVITY LEVEL 2
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    Stingray City Bahamas

    Great Stirrup Cay, Bahamas

    Duration 1 1/2 hrs

    Experience our exciting Stingray Encounter. ...
    Experience our exciting Stingray Encounter. more...

    Experience our exciting Stingray Encounter. After some safety briefing, enjoy a short speedboat ride to Stingray City Bahamas. Here, you'll be assisted and supervised by the professional staff into the stingray habitat. Interact with and even feed one of the tame stingrays. Enter into the 3-8 feet deep water, an easy step from the large swim platform. Even non-swimmers can enjoy the rays. These amazing animals will surprise you with their gentleness and while interacting with them, they will find a special new place in your heart. After feeding, snorkeling, and taking pictures with your new friends, you'll return to Great Stirrup Cay with the memories of a life time.


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    • Child from: A$79.34 AUD
    DURATION 1 1/2 hrs
    ACTIVITY LEVEL 1
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    Caribbean Train, Boat & Rainforest Walk

    Puerto Limon, Costa Rica

    Duration 4 1/2 hrs

    Limon was originally founded as a city to ship bananas to Europe and North America, it is prized for its vibrant Caribbean culture, stunning scenery and intricate waterway systems. ...
    Limon was originally founded as a city to ship bananas to Europe and North America, it is prized for its vibrant Caribbean culture, stunning scenery and intricate waterway systems. more...

    Limon was originally founded as a city to ship bananas to Europe and North America, it is prized for its vibrant Caribbean culture, stunning scenery and intricate waterway systems.


    Join us as we explore the region and learn about its history, culture and heritage; drive past quaint villages and fertile plantations on the way to the Pachira Lodge dock where you’ll embark on a cruise to the peaceful Tortuguero Canals a network of natural and man-made waterways; As you cruise the canal in your covered boat, keep your eyes open as you might be able to spot wildlife, such as sloths, howler monkeys, crocodiles and many waterfowl species, participate in a guided walk through the tropical rain forest using a network of above-ground cemented pathways. At the dock, you’ll be served a seasonal fruit buffet and tropical refreshments. Afterwards, re-board your transportation for the short drive to the train stop where you’ll depart on an open-air train that made its first trip in 1950 and gave birth to the banana industry. Upon arrival at the stop, you will re-board your transportation and head back to the ship via a scenic coastal road.


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    • Adult from: A$133.14 AUD
    • Child from: A$100.86 AUD
    DURATION 4 1/2 hrs
    ACTIVITY LEVEL 1
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    Quebrada Valencia Ecological Expedition

    Santa Marta, Colombia

    Duration 4 1/4 hrs

    Marvel at the unique ecology within the Sierra Nevada de Santa Marta National Park as you walk through the forest to its spectacular Quebrada Valencia waterfalls. ...
    Marvel at the unique ecology within the Sierra Nevada de Santa Marta National Park as you walk through the forest to its spectacular Quebrada Valencia waterfalls. more...

    Marvel at the unique ecology within the Sierra Nevada de Santa Marta National Park as you walk through the forest to its spectacular Quebrada Valencia waterfalls.


    Depart from the pier and drive east toward the Sierra Nevada de Santa Marta National Park, a massive piece of land containing part of the world’s highest coastal mountain range. The mountains are the source of the Quebrada Valencia River and countless other streams that wind through the pristine countryside. The park is so revered for its ecosystem and cultural content that UNESCO declared it a Biosphere Reserve of Man and Humanity.


    Upon arriving, you will begin a guided walk through the forest and over rocky terrain into a land still inhabited by several indigenous Indian tribes. Wildlife abounds, including Sierra parrots, tapirs and Paramo deer. A variety of exotic flora also flourishes, and you may pass in the shadow of towering wax palms and ceiba de leche trees.


    It takes approximately a half hour to reach the waterfalls, and it’s well worth the effort. Emerging from the dense forest, the cascading waterfalls from the Quebrada Valencia River form a series of small, crystal-clear pools. The tropical setting couldn’t be lovelier or more serene. You will enjoy approximately one hour here to relax and wander about as you please, perhaps taking a dip in the refreshing waters. Tropical birds abound here so you may see some squawking in the treetops above. Afterwards, you will retrace your route back to the pier.


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    • Adult from: A$114.31 AUD
    • Child from: A$114.31 AUD
    DURATION 4 1/4 hrs
    ACTIVITY LEVEL 3
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    Discover Colombia

    Cartagena, Colombia

    Duration 4 1/2 hrs

    Your day of discovery begins when you board you air conditioned transportation. ...
    Your day of discovery begins when you board you air conditioned transportation. more...

    Your day of discovery begins when you board you air conditioned transportation. You’ll pass by buildings and homes featuring Colonial, Republican and Moorish styles and your guide explains the many influences that came to be in Cartagena. Your first stop will be 'Punta Icacos', near the fishing village of La Boquilla. Here, you’ll be greeted by local fishermen who earn a living by traditional means of fishing. These fishermen will explain the process of making, repairing and casting the nets, as well as provide a demonstration. You’ll even have the opportunity to learn the art of throwing the net if you wish or you can also sip on fresh coconut milk or coconut water while you watch your companions cast the net. On your way back to Cartagena your guide will provide you with more information regarding Colombian history including the "Vallenato". The Vallenato is a traditional type of music typically using an accordion, flute and drum. Next, stop is at El Muelle where you’ll be greeted and entertained by your own band of Vallenato.


    Sample a traditional Colombian snack or "frito" if you wish before making your way to the Emerald Museum. Here, you’ll see craftsmen at work as well as learn the history and cultural importance of the precious stone. Then, visit the famous walled or Old City and Portal de Dulce, an area where local vendors sell the handmade Columbian candies, famous around the world. Take a sweet sample before continuing your walk through the Plaza de la Aduana and Simon Bolivar Square. Along the way your guide will point out areas of interest as well as information on the many churches, building and monuments before you begin your free time in the colonial city. Feel free to stroll along the beautiful streets, browse the many shops and admire the beautiful architecture and flower covered balconies before returning to your ship.


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    • Child from: A$100.86 AUD
    DURATION 4 1/2 hrs
    ACTIVITY LEVEL 1
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    Veragua Rainforest & Tortuguero Canals

    Puerto Limon, Costa Rica

    Duration 7 1/4 hrs

    This eco-adventure will take you to the 3,400 acre Veragua Rainforest mountain reserve for a gondola ride up through the canopy and then on a cruise of the Tortuguero Canals. ...
    This eco-adventure will take you to the 3,400 acre Veragua Rainforest mountain reserve for a gondola ride up through the canopy and then on a cruise of the Tortuguero Canals. more...

    This eco-adventure will take you to the 3,400 acre Veragua Rainforest mountain reserve for a gondola ride up through the canopy, then cruise the Tortuguero Canals. Upon arrival at Veragua, you’ll be met by your guide who will lead you through this site of incredible natural beauty. You’ll visit the fascinating world of frogs and insect displays. Take a stroll through the butterfly garden which houses some of the most colorful butterflies in the world!. Board a state-of-the-art aerial gondola for ride through the canopy to the river area below. Take a short walk along the elevated wooden trails and a quick gondola ride back up through the canopy.


    A typical lunch will be served and you’ll have time to browse a selection of local handicrafts. Continue with a scenic ride on the way to the pier and board your boat for your cruise along the peaceful Tortuguero Canals. They provide shelter to an abundance of wildlife so keep an eye out and your camera handy. After your river cruise, enjoy fresh fruits, juice and coffee, before returning to Puerto Limon.


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    • Adult from: A$213.83 AUD
    • Child from: A$177.52 AUD
    DURATION 7 1/4 hrs
    ACTIVITY LEVEL 2
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    Old City & Spanish Fortress

    Cartagena, Colombia

    Duration 4 1/2 hrs

    Explore the city of Cartagena with its colonial architecture and impressive fortifications. Pass by the famous Republican architecture of Manga residential area, home to some of the most ornate mansions and homes of the city. ...
    Explore the city of Cartagena with its colonial architecture and impressive fortifications. Pass by the famous Republican architecture of Manga residential area, home to some of the most ornate mansions and homes of the city. more...

    Explore the city of Cartagena with its colonial architecture and impressive fortifications. Pass by the famous Republican architecture of Manga residential area, home to some of the most ornate mansions and homes of the city. Visit the Fort of San Felipe de Barajas built in the 17th century and the largest and most important work of Spanish military engineering in South America. You’ll stop briefly at Las Bovedas Artisan Center, originally built as dungeons and for storage - today local artisans display their work here. You’ll have some free time to wander the narrow cobblestone streets and squares inside the walled city. Stop at Plaza de Bolivar which features a statue of its namesake. Across the street is the Inquisition Palace, the Inquisition was established in Cartagena in the year 1610 to punish any crimes against the Catholic faith.


    During your visit, you’ll see samples of jails and torture chambers. The sentencing ceremony used to take place in public, in the middle of the plaza. On the second floor of the Inquisition Palace there is a small historical museum which includes a few models showing the urban evolution of the city as the centuries passed and the city grew.


    Enjoy a panoramic view of the Cathedral while you walk to the majestic San Pedro Claver´s Sanctuary built to honor the missionary, who was patron saint of slaves. Visit the Navy Museum for a drink and enjoy a Folkloric show before sit back and take in the views of the modern city during the return drive to your ship.


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    • Child from: A$65.90 AUD
    DURATION 4 1/2 hrs
    ACTIVITY LEVEL 3
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    Colonial Cartagena

    Cartagena, Colombia

    Duration 3 1/2 hrs

    Begin your tour with a panoramic view of the military fort of San Felipe de Barajas. Situated outside the walled city, this monumental fort is considered to be the most outstanding feat of Spanish military engineering in the New World. ...
    Begin your tour with a panoramic view of the military fort of San Felipe de Barajas. Situated outside the walled city, this monumental fort is considered to be the most outstanding feat of Spanish military engineering in the New World. more...

    Begin your tour with a panoramic view of the military fort of San Felipe de Barajas. Situated outside the walled city, this monumental fort is considered to be the most outstanding feat of Spanish military engineering in the New World. Continue to the El Cabrero neighborhood for a visit to the Rafael Nunez House and Museum. Rafael Nunez was president of Colombia four times and created the constitution of 1886. The house where he lived and died is built in the spectacular Antilles architectural style.


    Next, visit the dungeons within the walled city ramparts, which were built to store provisions for the troops and are now home to a high-quality handicrafts market selling brightly decorated cloth, woodwork and woven bags made by some of the indigenous peoples of Colombia. Your tour continues to the Palace of Inquisition. The aim of the Inquisition was to judge crimes against the Catholic faith, but it never recognized anyone's innocence. This building whose construction was finished in 1776 is an example of civilian architecture of the 18th century.


    Walk to the Plaza Bolivar. Next you will visit the Navy Museum to enjoy a Folkloric show and have a drink before you'll have some spare time for shopping in the old city for the famous Colombian emeralds or an opportunity to take more pictures.


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    DURATION 3 1/2 hrs
    ACTIVITY LEVEL 2
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NCL makes arrangements for Guests for shore excursions solely for the convenience of the Guest; NCL does not act on behalf of or supervise the parties or persons who own, furnish, or operate such excursions, and the same are provided by independent contractors. NCL assumes no responsibility for, nor guarantees the performance of, any such excursion provider, and Guests acknowledge that NCL shall not be liable for losses or injuries arising from the acts or omissions of such provider.

Participation in activities and excursions may involve physical exertion, and may be potentially hazardous or dangerous. It is the responsibility of each individual to determine whether you are capable of engaging in any activity. Participation in any activity or excursion is at your own risk.

Photographs are for illustration purposes only used to represent the excursion experience and may not accurately depict the excursion, location, or activity indicated.

Our group shore excursions are offered in English. Depending on the booking situation, various excursions are also offered in German, Spanish, French, Italian or Russian (minimum number of 30 participants). The tours offered may vary from cruise to cruise. Please see the detailed information for your shore excursion on board.