Caribbean: Dominican Republic & Grand Turk Caribbean: Dominican Republic & Grand Turk Caribbean: Dominican Republic & Grand Turk

10-day Cruise on Norwegian Gem

Caribbean: Dominican Republic & Grand Turk

from New York, New York

Feel Free to holiday your way in The Caribbean aboard Norwegian Gem. Get a bird's eye view of paradise during a ride on the Soualiga Sky Explorer chairlifts, located outside Philipsburg, where you can soak in panoramic island vistas from one of St. Maarten's tallest mountains. Then recline on one of Tortola's expansive pristine beaches, dip into the crystal-clear waters and explore picturesque villages dotting the island. Discover Grand Turk's British and Bermuda roots whilst touring Cockburn Town and see the popular Grand Turk Lighthouse - the only lighthouse in the Turks and Caicos.
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    Explore 5 Caribbean islands on Norwegian Gem.
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    Unwind with a hot stone massage at Mandara Spa.
Cruise Offers From
859
PP / USD
10 Days. 6 Ports. 1 Amazing Holiday.
Browse your cruise options with 13 Sail Dates
Port of Call
New York, New York
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Everyone loves New York and there are a million reasons why. Here are but a few: the Statue of Liberty, the Empire State Building, Grand Central Station, the Ellis Island National Monument, the Brooklyn Bridge, the Metropolitan Museum of Art, the Guggenheim Museum, Times Square, Broadway, Greenwich Village, 5th Avenue and Central Park.

Port of Call
Grand Turk, Turks & Caicos Islands
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Founded in 1681 by Bermuda settlers for sea salt production, Grand Turk is the largest of the Turks Islands and is home to historic sites, stunning beaches and colourful marine life. From diving and snorkelling to lounging beachside or exploring the island on scooters, there's something to match everyone's holiday style. Discover the island's British and Bermuda roots whilst touring Cockburn Town where you can learn about the island's old sea salt industry and see the popular Grand Turk Lighthouse - the only lighthouse in the Turks and Caicos. Or enjoy a scenic boat ride over to nearby Gibbs Cay and splash around with the wild stingrays that like to gather in the pristine calm waters surrounding the island.

Port of Call
St. Thomas, US Virgin Islands
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The town of Charlotte Amalie has one of the most breathtaking harbors in the world. Once home to pirates of long ago, today visitors find treasures of a different kind, for now beautiful beaches and bountiful duty-free shopping are truly its claim to fame. Looking for a cruise to St. Thomas? Check out our selection of Caribbean cruises.

Port of Call
Philipsburg, St. Maarten
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With an area of only 37 square miles, the island of St. Maarten is the smallest landmass in the world to be divided between two governments. The southern Dutch half offers casinos, duty-free shopping and island culture. The French half is all subdued sophistication. Looking for a cruise to St. Maarten? Check out our selection of Caribbean cruises.

Port of Call
Tortola, British Virgin Islands
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Discovered by Christopher Columbus himself in 1493, this exotic, peaceful island is home to both towering mahogany trees and white-sand beaches. The region offers a challenging hike that extends 1,780 feet up Sage Mountain. A great spot for great birdwatching and breathtaking views of Tortola and neighboring islands. Looking for a cruise to Tortola? Check out our selection of Caribbean cruises.

Port of Call
Puerto Plata, Dominican Republic
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Puerto Plata (or officially known as San Felipe de Puerto Plata) is the ninth largest city in the Dominican Republic and the capital of the province of Puerto Plata. For spectacular city views, take a ride up the Pico Isabel de Torres mountain which stands over 2,600 feet high. History buff? Visit Fortaleza San Felipe, which was built in the 16th century and served as a prison under the dictatorship of Rafael Trujillo. Or head to the Amber Museum, a museum filled with a unique collection of valuable Dominican amber which is semiprecious tree sap that has hardened for millions of years capturing many fossils of plant and insect life.

Port of Call
New York, New York
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Everyone loves New York and there are a million reasons why. Here are but a few: the Statue of Liberty, the Empire State Building, Grand Central Station, the Ellis Island National Monument, the Brooklyn Bridge, the Metropolitan Museum of Art, the Guggenheim Museum, Times Square, Broadway, Greenwich Village, 5th Avenue and Central Park.

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