Day 1 UK - Bridgetown, Barbados
Titan’s VIP door-to-door travel service collects you from home for your flight to Bridgetown, Barbados. On arrival, we transfer to our hotel, set on the beachfront in Carlisle Bay, Bridgetown.
Days 2-3 Bridgetown
We have two days to explore Barbados’ wonderful capital. Wander the vibrant streets admiring the old colonial buildings and historic architecture including the grand neo-Gothic parliament buildings and military Garrison. We begin by exploring the Mount Gay Rum Distillery, to learn of the production of rum on the island, which began here in 1703. Then, with the interesting local culture and relaxing atmosphere, it’s easy to spend hours exploring; visit the Barbados Museum, which depicts the island’s history with exhibitions on the colonial period and slavery; or explore Harrison’s Cave, one of Barbados’ national treasures and a unique experience which sees visitors travel through a collection of spectacular caves formed from limestone rock.
Day 4 Bridgetown
This morning is at leisure before we transfer to the port of Bridgetown to our ship, to set sail this evening.
Day 5 Rodney Bay, St Lucia
St Lucia is a place of inspiring natural beauty, featuring mesmerising rainforests, banana plantations, glorious beaches lined with lush palm trees and magical waterfalls. Watch out for the iconic Pitons as we sail past before docking in our port of call today, Rodney Island. Stepping ashore, we are welcomed with views of the sparkling clear waters, and the historic streets lined with fishing shacks, lively bars, fine restaurants and rum shops. Perhaps enjoy some of the island’s more secluded areas with an excursion to an isolated beach and cool down with a refreshing swim. Or get even closer to St Lucia’s colourful heart with an aerial tram adventure through the rainforest, offering magical views of the towering Gommiers, impressive Chatanniers, and remarkable strangler Ficus.
Day 6 Cabrits, Dominica
Arrive in dreamy Cabrits, full of tropical forest, beautiful coral reefs, steamy hot springs and stunning wetlands. Nature lovers will be right at home here - perhaps even discover some of the island’s flora and fauna first hand on an optional nature trail hike. Walk through endless vibrant green scenes filled with ginger plants and vanilla orchids. At the Forest Reserve you might even spot the national birds, Sisserou and Jaco Parrots. Alternatively, you can head to the nearby beach for a sandy walk or to join in on some watersports.
Day 7 Falmouth Harbour, Antigua
Antigua’s captivating horseshoe-shaped natural harbour provides a unique insight into the Caribbean’s yachting world. From the harbour, discover the old inns, charming pubs and weather-worn bollards, all of which reflect the region’s naval history. Or, relax on one of the pristine white-sanded beaches admiring both the glistening sea and the surrounding lush-green landscapes.
Day 8 Basseterre, St Kitts
This morning we dock in Basseterre, St Kitts’ wonderful capital and one of the oldest towns in the Eastern Caribbean. You can discover the island’s history at the National Museum. Many attractions include a 125-acre golf course and the treasured Fairview Great House and Botanical Gardens - an impressive 18th-century house featuring exquisite interiors and delightful gardens of wonderful flowers, trees and shrubs. Then spend your afternoon on the powdery sands of South Friar’s Bay, perfect for soaking up the warm Caribbean sun.
Day 9 Terre de Haut, Iles des Saintes
Terre de Haut is the largest island of the eight which form Iles des Saintes; surrounded by calm, clear waters perfect for snorkelling, diving and watersports. Terre de Haut boasts undulating lush-green landscapes and picturesque villages filled with narrow lanes and whitewashed and red-roofed houses. This effortlessly scenic island is ideal for relaxing, whether you prefer to be on the glorious beaches or watching life pass by from the harbour.
Day 10 Martinique
Martinique is bursting with French Caribbean charm and breathtaking natural beauty with Mont Pelée, its crowning glory. The sophisticated island hosts marvellous natural wonders including miles of beautiful beaches, pretty bays and landscapes ideal for hiking. You won’t be able to resist the spicy Creole cooking and tempting boutiques in Fort de France. Perhaps visit the hulking 17th-century fortress of Fort Saint Louis, used by the French Navy as recently as 2014
Day 11 Bridgetown - In flight
This morning we say farewell to our ship and enjoy a delightful island tour including a visit to Sunbury Plantation House. This historic landmark was built around 1660 by one of the first settlers on the island. It now possesses one of the country's superior collections of antiques, showing domestic life on the plantation and the tools for working the land. Later, transfer to the airport for your return flight to the UK.
Day 12 UK
Upon arrival your Titan vehicle will be waiting for the journey home.