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    Granada’s Soul of Andalucía

    Granada (Malaga), Spain

    Duration 9 hours

    Discover the charms of Granada, the architecturally stunning capital of the Andalusia region, by exploring a magnificent palace, the Royal Chapel and the city’s oldest quarter. ...
    Discover the charms of Granada, the architecturally stunning capital of the Andalusia region, by exploring a magnificent palace, the Royal Chapel and the city’s oldest quarter. more...

    Discover the charms of Granada, the architecturally stunning capital of the Andalusia region, by exploring a magnificent palace, the Royal Chapel and the city’s oldest quarter.


    After departing from the pier, you will settle in for scenic drive inland to Granada, a city likely named for the Spanish word for pomegranate, a fruit so abundant it is depicted on Granada’s coat of arms. Or Granada may have derived from its Moorish name, as the city was the Moors’ last stronghold before falling to Spain’s Catholic monarchs in 1492.


    Granada features a wealth of extraordinary architecture such as your first stop, the Carlos V Palace within the Alhambra complex. Construction on the palace began in the early 16th century, following a Renaissance ground plan with a circular courtyard within a square building—the only one of its kind in Spain. Amazingly, a monarch has never lived in the palace, nor did it even have a roof until 1957.


    Walking a bit farther, you will soon arrive in the labyrinthine streets of the Albayzin quarter (down part of the quarter), the city’s oldest section. UNESCO has deemed it a World Heritage site for its harmonious blend of Moorish and Andalusian architecture.


    Nearby, you will find the glorious Royal Chapel, the final resting place of Spanish monarchs such as Queen Isabella and Kind Ferdinand. Be sure to see the chapel’s mausoleum, spectacular altarpieces and ornate grilles before enjoying free time and perhaps lunch on your own in the surrounding historical area.


    Afterwards, you will drive back to Malaga.


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    • Adult from: C119.16 CAD
    • Child from: C119.16 CAD
    DURATION 9 hours
    ACTIVITY LEVEL 3
    Available languages:
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    Best of Tortola & Beach

    Tortola, British Virgin Islands

    Duration 4 1/2 hrs

    This unforgettable excursion will have you traveling along the coastlines on the Sir Francis Drakes Highway heading through small villages such as Capoons Bay, Apple Bay, Carrot Bay, and then you will ascend about 900 feet above sea level between the Atlantic Ocean and the Caribbean Sea. ...
    This unforgettable excursion will have you traveling along the coastlines on the Sir Francis Drakes Highway heading through small villages such as Capoons Bay, Apple Bay, Carrot Bay, and then you will ascend about 900 feet above sea level between the Atlantic Ocean and the Caribbean Sea. more...

    This unforgettable excursion will have you traveling along the coastlines on the Sir Francis Drakes Highway heading through small villages such as Capoons Bay, Apple Bay, Carrot Bay, and then you will ascend about 900 feet above sea level between the Atlantic Ocean and the Caribbean Sea. Photo stops will be made along the way.


    Enjoy stunning views and the different shades of beautiful water. Your knowledgeable driver/guide will keep you constant company as the history and culture of the island is related via the public address system. At Long Bay beach, enjoy a relaxing swim in the crystal- clear water or just relax to the singing of the waves along the seashore.


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    • Adult from: C105.77 CAD
    • Child from: C78.99 CAD
    DURATION 4 1/2 hrs
    ACTIVITY LEVEL 1
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    Portimao Highlights

    Portimão, Portugal

    Duration 4 hrs

    Immerse yourself in the rich history of intriguing Portimão with an enlightening visit to a museum and a guided walk through its quaint Old Town, where you’ll discover intriguing landmarks that survived the ravages of the 1755 earthquake that leveled Lisbon. ...
    Immerse yourself in the rich history of intriguing Portimão with an enlightening visit to a museum and a guided walk through its quaint Old Town, where you’ll discover intriguing landmarks that survived the ravages of the 1755 earthquake that leveled Lisbon. more...

    Immerse yourself in the rich history of intriguing Portimão with an enlightening visit to a museum and a guided walk through its quaint Old Town, where you’ll discover intriguing landmarks that survived the ravages of the 1755 earthquake that leveled Lisbon. Meander through narrow streets and find the stalwart Church of Nossa Senhora da Conceição, which still retains its original 15th-century Gothic doorway, buttresses and gargoyles. Note the equally magnificent later additions, including signature 17th-century azulejo tiles and a regal statue of Saint Peter the Apostle that is lavishly adorned with ivory and wood crucifixes.


    You’ll explore the Convento do Colégio dos Jesuítas and the mausoleum of Diogo Gonçalves, a nobleman who funded the church’s construction a century before the quake, and revel in some free time to shop or further examine the city’s churches. Delve into a wealth of exhibits at the Museu de Portimão, housed in a former fish-canning factory on the picturesque Arade River, and learn how early settlements in the area were altered by Roman and Islamic occupations. You’ll long remember the treasures to be found in Portimão’s endlessly captivating Old Town.


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    • Adult from: C105.77 CAD
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    DURATION 4 hrs
    ACTIVITY LEVEL 2
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    Iconic Towns On Nova Scotia

    Halifax, Nova Scotia

    Duration 7 hours

    Board your motor coach and brace yourself as you set out on a South Shore Adventure of Nova Scotia! Visit Peggy’s Cove, Lunenburg and Mahone Bay and discover their colourful houses, museums, art galleries, souvenir shops, cafe’s and restaurants. ...
    Board your motor coach and brace yourself as you set out on a South Shore Adventure of Nova Scotia! Visit Peggy’s Cove, Lunenburg and Mahone Bay and discover their colourful houses, museums, art galleries, souvenir shops, cafe’s and restaurants. more...

    Board your motor coach and brace yourself as you set out on a South Shore Adventure of Nova Scotia! Visit Peggy’s Cove, Lunenburg and Mahone Bay and discover their colourful houses, museums, art galleries, souvenir shops, cafe’s and restaurants. This tour will demonstrate the beautiful diversity of the South Shore and allows you free time to plot your journey at each location, whether you want to savor the local foods and atmosphere in one of the cafe’s/restaurants, buy souvenirs, or just mosey along viewing the impressive sites and taking pictures, the choice is yours!


    At Peggy's Cove, discover why this picturesque seaside village with its stately lighthouse has been an inspiration to artists and writers for generations. It is here that the power and majesty of the Atlantic Ocean truly comes to life along the granite shores of the Cove - worn and shaped through the crashing surf.


    Continuing on, you will arrive at another extraordinarily scenic area, Old Town Lunenburg. Established in 1753, it is North America’s best surviving example of a planned British colonial settlement. The original layout and appearance has been retained so faithfully that UNESCO designated Lunenburg a World Heritage site. During free time, you can explore the brightly colored Old Town, which is easy to navigate because the streets follow a rectangular grid pattern designed in Britain. You can expect to see 18th-century wooden buildings and perhaps a replica of the Bluenose, Canada’s legendary racing ship that was launched here in 1921. Finally, we will visit Mahone Bay, considered to be one of the most attractive towns in Canada. This small and friendly community is renowned for the view across the Bay of three prominent churches. Take time to explore the many varied and local offerings along lovely Main Street before relaxing on the return drive to the Port of Halifax.


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    • Adult from: C172.71 CAD
    • Child from: C92.38 CAD
    DURATION 7 hours
    ACTIVITY LEVEL 2
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    Gibraltar and St. Michael Caves

    Granada (Malaga), Spain

    Duration 8 hours

    Enjoy a leisurely drive across Spain’s gorgeous Costa del Sol to Gibraltar, where you will delve into its history, see unusual landmarks and meander about at will during free time. ...
    Enjoy a leisurely drive across Spain’s gorgeous Costa del Sol to Gibraltar, where you will delve into its history, see unusual landmarks and meander about at will during free time. more...

    Enjoy a leisurely drive across Spain’s gorgeous Costa del Sol to Gibraltar, where you will delve into its history, see unusual landmarks and meander about at will during free time.


    After departing from the pier, you will settle in for a wonderfully scenic, relaxing drive across southern Spain and on to the British Overseas Territory of Gibraltar. Once across the border, you will board a smaller vehicle that is ideal for negotiating the narrow streets.


    You will then pass through the former Genoese fishing village of Catalan Bay on the way to Europa Point, Gibraltar’s southernmost tip. Its lighthouse was constructed in 1841 and it continues to be a familiar landmark, as the strait is one of the world’s busiest waterways. You can expect spectacular views, and if it is a clear day you can spot Africa in the distance.


    Another highlight will be St. Michael’s Cave, which was believed to be bottomless in Roman times. As you stroll the cavernous interior, you will see eerily illuminated rock formations and learn about the history of the cave, which was first inhabited in the Neolithic period.


    You will also pause at the Moorish Castle, parts of which date to the 11th century. Other parts have been converted into stylish residences. Still, Gibraltar’s most famous residents are the free-roaming Barbary Apes often spotted on the rocks and in the lower town. You may see the tailless primates up close while shopping during free time before returning to Malaga.


    Note: Note: Transfer time is approximately two hours each way; time on your own is approximately 1¾ hours (depending on traffic and border crossing). Please bring your passport. Depending on your nationality, make certain that you have any visas that may be required for you to enter Gibraltar.


    As this excursion involves walking over uneven ground, and approximately 120 steps; therefore, it is not recommended for our more agile guests and physically fit guests and not available to wheelchair guests or those with mobility concerns. It is recommended that guests wear warm, layered clothing and comfortable, closed-toe walking shoes with tread. The duration of this excursion may vary. The visit inside the caves is not guided; guests will have to follow the signs and instructions.


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    • Adult from: C153.97 CAD
    • Child from: C100.42 CAD
    DURATION 8 hours
    ACTIVITY LEVEL 3
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    Cape St. Vincent, Sagres & Lagos

    Portimão, Portugal

    Duration 7 hrs

    Venture into the extreme southwestern tip of Europe for an unforgettable sightseeing journey resplendent with sweeping vistas, an intricate fortress and a delightful lunch at a local restaurant. ...
    Venture into the extreme southwestern tip of Europe for an unforgettable sightseeing journey resplendent with sweeping vistas, an intricate fortress and a delightful lunch at a local restaurant. more...

    Venture into the extreme southwestern tip of Europe for an unforgettable sightseeing journey resplendent with sweeping vistas, an intricate fortress and a delightful lunch at a local restaurant. Settle in for a wonderfully scenic drive of approximately one hour to the rocky seaside bluffs of Cabo de São Vicente, where you’ll observe a striking lighthouse built in 1846 and gaze at the azure ocean that stretches as far as the eye can see. At the Fortaleza de Sagres, a National Monument of Portugal, appreciate 15th-century architecture that includes a massive, mysterious compass rose made from pebbles.


    Treasure the photo-worthy sun-dappled sands of idyllic Praia da Baleeira on your way to Lagos, an ancient maritime town now known for its magnificent beaches. Here you’ll behold the exquisite Baroque Igreja de Santo António church and see a former slave market that dates back to 1444. Savor lunch in the bustling coastal town before concluding your day of indelible experiences at Ponta da Piedade, whose precipitous, sculpted cliffs boast one of the country’s most stunningly beautiful views.


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    • Adult from: C199.49 CAD
    • Child from: C199.49 CAD
    DURATION 7 hrs
    ACTIVITY LEVEL 2
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    Mallorcan Medley

    Palma, Majorca, Spain

    Duration 5 hrs

    Recognize the great diversity within Palma through a medley of experiences that include dining on authentic Mallorcan cuisine, watching pearls being manufactured and shopping. ...
    Recognize the great diversity within Palma through a medley of experiences that include dining on authentic Mallorcan cuisine, watching pearls being manufactured and shopping. more...

    Recognize the great diversity within Palma through a medley of experiences that include dining on authentic Mallorcan cuisine, watching pearls being manufactured and shopping.


    After departing from the pier, you will settle in for a leisurely drive through Palma de Mallorca to the restaurant C’an Matias i Miquel on the outskirts of town. Locals love the venue for its authentic Mallorcan cuisine, which you will enjoy for brunch.


    Mallorcan entreés typically feature locally caught fresh fish and succulent pork generously seasoned with garlic and olive oil. For instance, you can expect to be served sobrassada, a cross between spicy pork sausage and paté that can be eaten plain, fried or on bread.


    A Mallorcan appetizer known as coca de trampó is also usually on the menu. This flatbread is traditionally topped with fresh vegetables such as tomatoes, green peppers and onions. As a complement, you will sample a selection of Mallorcan wines and liqueurs that may include palo, an aperitif first produced in the 19th century with plants known to combat malaria.


    Artificial pearls have also been manufactured on the island the since the 19th century, and you will see how at a factory in Palma. You will also have the opportunity to shop in the on-site store, where you can closely examine the pearls, which are prized for being extraordinarily lustrous.


    Following this enlightening tour, you will continue to Old Town for more shopping. Stores carrying exquisite jewelry and high-end fashions are particularly prevalent.


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    • Adult from: C172.71 CAD
    • Child from: C92.38 CAD
    DURATION 5 hrs
    ACTIVITY LEVEL 1
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    Algarve Castle, Silves, Monchique & Foia

    Portimão, Portugal

    Duration 7 1/2 hrs

    Plunge into the bountiful natural beauty that defines the Algarve region as you visit charming hillside villages, discover a medieval castle, exult in sky-high vistas from the region’s peak and shop in a town celebrated for its mineral-rich hot springs. ...
    Plunge into the bountiful natural beauty that defines the Algarve region as you visit charming hillside villages, discover a medieval castle, exult in sky-high vistas from the region’s peak and shop in a town celebrated for its mineral-rich hot springs. more...

    Plunge into the bountiful natural beauty that defines the Algarve region as you visit charming hillside villages, discover a medieval castle, exult in sky-high vistas from the region’s peak and shop in a town celebrated for its mineral-rich hot springs. You’ll drive inland through a ruggedly scenic landscape dotted with whitewashed houses and almond trees to Silves, the region’s former Moorish capital, which boasts a commanding Gothic cathedral and the 11th-century red sandstone Castelo de Silves, an astonishing structure featuring square turrets and seemingly impenetrable ramparts.


    Relax over a traditional lunch in the market town of Monchique, where rolling hills are blanketed by forests of chestnut, pine and cork oak trees. Revel in breathtaking vistas from atop the apex of the Algarve, Mount Fóia, which on a clear day affords remarkable sights of the rocky coastline. You’ll stop in Caldas de Monchique, where the steaming thermal waters that bubble up through the mountains are believed to relieve respiratory and bone conditions. Linger at the shops and perhaps purchase a bottle of this famed water, a memorable token of your extraordinary experience.


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    • Adult from: C159.33 CAD
    • Child from: C159.33 CAD
    DURATION 7 1/2 hrs
    ACTIVITY LEVEL 2
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    Cinque Terre On Your Own

    Florence/Pisa (Livorno), Italy

    Duration 9 3/4 hrs

    Spend free time exploring Vernazza and Riomaggiore, two spectacularly beautiful coastal villages in Cinque Terre, an area so scenic that UNESCO named it a World Heritage site. ...
    Spend free time exploring Vernazza and Riomaggiore, two spectacularly beautiful coastal villages in Cinque Terre, an area so scenic that UNESCO named it a World Heritage site. more...

    Spend free time exploring Vernazza and Riomaggiore, two spectacularly beautiful coastal villages in Cinque Terre, an area so scenic that UNESCO named it a World Heritage site.

    After departing from the pier, you will settle in for an immensely picturesque drive to Vernazza, one of five coastal villages within Cinque Terre. All of them lie within the ruggedly beautiful Cinque Terre National Park, an area that UNESCO has deemed a World Heritage site for being a landscape of great scenic and cultural value.

    Arguably the most photogenic of the villages, Vernazza is a wonderful setting to enjoy free time, meandering about wherever you please. The main square is a great place to start exploring, as the Church of Santa Margherita d'Antiochia stands here overlooking the natural harbor. Built in the Gothic-Ligurian style, the church features an octagonal bell tower that can't be missed, making it even easier to find your way around the pastel-colored town.

    After a few hours strolling the narrow lanes of Vernazza, you will drive on to Riomaggiore, another absolutely gorgeous coastal village that clings to a steep hillside. The largest of the five villages, Riomaggiore has also been built into a steep rocky hillside, affording magnificent views of the sea.

    Because of its size, Riomaggiore offers a few more points of interest than Vernazza. A 13th century castle looms over the historical center, the Oratory of St. Mary Assumption holds an intriguing 15th-century triptych and the St. John the Baptist church is ornamented with black-and-white marble.

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    • Adult from: C159.33 CAD
    • Child from: C132.55 CAD
    DURATION 9 3/4 hrs
    ACTIVITY LEVEL 2
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    Sagres & Lagos

    Portimão, Portugal

    Duration 4 1/2 hrs

    Experience the historical gifts of the region as you journey to the extreme southwestern tip of Europe, traverse an enchanting cliffside 15th-century fortress and enjoy a guided tour through Lagos, the base for naval expeditions during the Age of Discovery. ...
    Experience the historical gifts of the region as you journey to the extreme southwestern tip of Europe, traverse an enchanting cliffside 15th-century fortress and enjoy a guided tour through Lagos, the base for naval expeditions during the Age of Discovery. more...

    Experience the historical gifts of the region as you journey to the extreme southwestern tip of Europe, traverse an enchanting cliffside 15th-century fortress and enjoy a guided tour through Lagos, the base for naval expeditions during the Age of Discovery. Settle in for a marvelously scenic drive of approximately one hour to the rocky seaside bluffs of Cabo de São Vicente, where you’ll observe a striking lighthouse built in 1846 and gaze at the azure ocean that stretches as far as the eye can see.


    Marvel at the cliffside Fortaleza de Sagres, which was built by Henry the Navigator and endured both repeated attacks and a devastating tsunami following the 1755 Great Lisbon earthquake. You’ll see original architecture, including a massive, mysterious compass rose made from pebbles at the fort, a National Monument of Portugal. Embark on an illuminating guided walking tour in Lagos, an ancient maritime town now known for its magnificent beaches, and stroll by the exquisite Baroque Igreja de Santo António church and a former slave market that dates back to 1444.


    Wrap up your fascinating journey into the past with time at your leisure to stroll in Lagos’ quaint, pedestrian-only center.


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    • Adult from: C105.77 CAD
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    DURATION 4 1/2 hrs
    ACTIVITY LEVEL 2
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    Gastronomy with Gusto

    Palma, Majorca, Spain

    Duration 4 1/2 hrs

    Take in the staggering array of culinary treats at Palma’s primary market and then sample an inspiring selection of delicacies at a gastronomic kitchen space within the market. ...
    Take in the staggering array of culinary treats at Palma’s primary market and then sample an inspiring selection of delicacies at a gastronomic kitchen space within the market. more...

    Take in the staggering array of culinary treats at Palma’s primary market and then sample an inspiring selection of delicacies at a gastronomic kitchen space within the market.


    After departing from the pier, you will enjoy a brief but enlightening drive through lovely Palma de Mallorca, whose horizon is dominated by the 14th-century Bellver Castle. From city hall in the lovely Plaza de Cort, you will begin a leisurely walk to Olivar Market, where you will behold a cornucopia of garden-fresh fruits and vegetables, Mallorcan-made cheeses and succulent seafood. Being the city’s main market, it is always abuzz with locals shopping.


    While meandering about on your own, you will gain great insight into the gastronomy of Palma. Most of the stalls have been at the market for decades, and you will likely see every imaginable sort of local delicacy from traditional to exotic.


    Many of the vendors have their own boats, ensuring the freshest seafood. Local farmers supply the produce, and artisans make the bulk of the sausages and cheeses. Olivar Market is an extraordinary destination to observe daily life as the residents engage in lively conversation and a bit of friendly haggling with the vendors.


    Following this eye-opening introduction to the market, you will head for Gastroteca Mauricio to taste an array of representative Mallorcan foods. The menu usually includes Iberian pork, a potato omelet, black bread toast with grilled vegetables and a coiled pastry known as ensaimada. A selection of wines and liqueurs will also be served.


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    • Adult from: C239.66 CAD
    • Child from: C212.88 CAD
    DURATION 4 1/2 hrs
    ACTIVITY LEVEL 1
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    Coastal Drive to Peggy's Cove

    Halifax, Nova Scotia

    Duration 3 hrs

    Experience a narrated excursion of Halifax, including a drive by historic properties, a restored section of the waterfront, Citadel Hill and the beautiful public gardens before heading out to Peggy’s Cove. ...
    Experience a narrated excursion of Halifax, including a drive by historic properties, a restored section of the waterfront, Citadel Hill and the beautiful public gardens before heading out to Peggy’s Cove. more...

    Experience a narrated excursion of Halifax, including a drive by historic properties, a restored section of the waterfront, Citadel Hill and the beautiful public gardens before heading out to Peggy’s Cove. On this tour you’ll travel along the scenic coastal highway to the tiny village of Peggy’s Cove, where less than 40 residents live year round. See the brightly colored houses nestled close to the water’s edge in this working rustic fishing village.


    As you enter the cove, drive by the monument carved by local artist William deGarthe from a massive slab of granite and a tribute to the people of Peggy’s Cove. Your guide will also tell you about the cove, explain how it got its name, tell you the story of the lighthouse and talk about the lobster fishery, which is the backbone of the local economy. There is also an optional live lobster demonstration by your guide, if you wish. Explore the village on your own and if you choose, there is plenty of time to visit a few of the shops and galleries before you return to your ship.


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    • Adult from: C88.37 CAD
    • Child from: C61.59 CAD
    DURATION 3 hrs
    ACTIVITY LEVEL 2
    Available languages:
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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.

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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.