Meet with the tour leader at the Malta International Airport to check-in on your flight to Amsterdam. Upon arrival, a coach will be in attendance to transfer you to Amsterdam cruise port for the embarkation.
This will give you the opportunity to start your holiday by relaxing, exploring and make use of the varied facilities on board. Join the various sport activities or simply relax by the pool. The ship’s animators will be organizing varied activities by the pool deck and other lounges (kindly consult your ship’s daily program for timings).
As you enter the beautiful city of Reykjavik, today you will be able to explore Iceland’s amazing landscapes forged by glaciers, geysers, and volcanoes. We suggest you to include a tour to the magnificent Gulfoss waterfall, the spectacular Geysir geothermal area or treat yourself to a trip to the Blue Lagoon, a luxurious spa that is one of Iceland’s most popular destinations. With steamy, mineral-rich water harvested from beneath the earth, it’s the perfect place to relieve stress and tension in an idyllic backdrop.
Cruises to Isafjordur, Iceland, will take you to the country’s northernmost peninsula, a place call Hornstrandir. This is Iceland’s most remote region, a natural reserve full of small hiking trails with breathtaking panoramic views. Isafjordur sits on the shores of the Skutulsfjörður Fjord and is the gateway to the many natural wonders that have made the Westfjords famous. “Isafjordur” translates into “fjord of ice.” The town is known for its fishing, backpacking, fine dining and cool cafés. It’s a spectacular destination with vast, unchartered spaces where you can decompress and find that Nordic stillness many travelers seek on a cruise to Iceland. Relaxing is undoubtedly one of the best things to do in Isafjordur, Iceland.
There are numerous ways to experience Seydisfjordur’s interesting natural features and lush landscapes: hike in and around this cultural capital and see what makes this very small city so great. Located in the east of Iceland, cruises to Seydisfjordur boast beautiful waterfalls, plenty of wildlife, a Maritime Museum and much more. Your Seydisfjordur, Iceland, vacation is not complete without a walk down Rainbow Street.
Situated at the head of Eyjafjordur, Iceland’s longest fjord, the first thing you will notice is the backdrop of dramatic snow-covered mountains. Take a stroll through the Old Town and admire the 19th century turf houses. Sample some authentic Icelandic cuisine, or warm up in the steaming Akureyri Thermal Pool. Around the corner, you will find Akureyri’s basalt church. Akureyrarkirkja, with its striking, futuristic façade. Iceland cruises give you access to stroll through Lystigardurinn, the northernmost botanical garden in the world, and breathe in the fresh air and the scent of wild arctic flowers.
ining onboard is not just about food. Think ambience, variety, and the flexibility to decide when and what you savour. From confectionery delights to California rolls, finger foods to a five-course gourmet meal, a Royal Caribbean cruise is a journey of culinary discovery. The innovative chefs, each trained and certified, will take your palate global with a line-up of complimentary and speciality options.
The rhythm of the small capital of Shetland beats to the gentle pace of fishing. On arriving at Lerwick harbour you’ll see Fort Charlotte and, outside the city, the Tower of Clickimin Broch. Take a nice walk in the surrounding hills, where maybe you’ll meet locals dressed as Vikings. Treat yourself to a visit to the city’s Museum of History and Geology and don’t leave Lerwick without tasting the excellent seafood.
he Scottish Highlands are home to famous battles, historic castles and to an even more famous legendary sea monster: Nessie of Loch Ness. Explore Inverness’ picturesque riverside on foot. You’ll pass by the 18th-century Old High Church and the Castle of Inverness, built of red sandstone in 1863 on the site of an 11th-century fortress. Join a Loch Ness cruise to explore Culloden Battlefield, a windswept moor where the Jacobite’s last stand took place in the 1760s. Before you depart, toast your adventure with a wee dram of single-malt Scotch whisky,
Edinburgh is home to hills, history and haggis. Explore Edinburgh’s Old Town, admire the views of Edinburgh Castle from Princes St Gardens, Calton Hill and Grassmarket. Here, you’ll find Edinburgh Castle, perched atop the dormant volcanic cliff of Castle Rock - the spot has been a defence outpost since the second century A.D. Then, head to St. Giles Cathedral, an elaborate Gothic church that served as a focal point of the Scottish Reformation in the 1500s. The city’s New Town is equally worth a visit. Peruse the Scottish National Portrait Gallery, and climb the Scott Monument
Enjoy your last day aboard. Don’t miss out to shop for variety name-branded items and some last-minute duty-free shopping. You will be instructed to leave your luggage outside your stateroom by midnight, as bags will be transported ashore by the ship’s personnel early next morning.
Enjoy your last breakfast on board, as your scenic holiday comes to an end. A private coach will take you to Amsterdam airport for check in on Air Malta flight.
|Max 2 Pax
|Max 2 Pax
|Max 2 Pax
|OBST: Partially Obstructed View
- Return flights to Rome including 20kgs luggage & hand luggage.
- Return Transfers
- 12 nights Cruise onboard the Jewel of the Seas, on Full Board basis
- Daily entertainment and use of onboard facilities
- Airport, Port taxes & fuel surcharge
- Tour Manager, (Subject to minimum number reached)
- Protection by the Insolvency Fund
Gratuities at €180 to be paid prior to cruise
- Shore Excursions. Details will be available closer to date
- Travel Insurance (highly recommended)