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Your Royal Holiday Membership lets you discover all the secrets on a cruise around Havana, Cuba. You’ll discover wonderful places on a single trip aboard a spectacular ship, the MSC Armonia. It’s a cruise set to your standards.

The ship is equipped with the latest technology, amenities, and entertainment to meet the tastes and needs of every passenger.

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Suites, balcony cabins, with partial views, interior views, and sea views are all available. Restaurant and buffet areas have been enlarged to offer a wider variety of culinary experience than ever before, and to every passenger.

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For little ones, the MSC Armonia offers play areas and a water park just for kids, and designed by prestigious collaborators like Chicco, LEGO and Namco.

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As the ship’s name says, a harmonious Italian style welcomes nearly 3,000 passengers and with all the amenities offered on this spectacular cruise, it’s been rated worldwide as one of the best for the entire family.

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It’s an extraordinary floating universe to take you and your family on a seven-night trip to Havana, Cuba, and places as far flung as Montego Bay in Jamaica, George Town in Grand Cayman, and a return to the starting point at the isle of Cozumel in Mexico.

The cruise fee covers:
Port taxes, Federal taxes, Food, Non-carbonated beverages, Insurance.
The cruise fee does not cover:
Gratuities, Container or alcoholic beverages, specialty restaurants.

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Departure dates: November 2, 2018
Port of Departure: Cozumel, Mexico
From 4,814 Holiday Credits
All-Inclusive Plan From $ 61 USD per passenger, per night.

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What’s there to do in Havana, Cuba?

Take a walk through magnificent Old Havana: declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site, and long admired for its historic buildings. Take in the city plazas, castles and fortresses that date from the golden colonial era.

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Eat at the Floridita and La Bodeguita del Medio restaurants: two emblematic eateries, renowned for having been favorite spots of novelist, Ernest Hemingway.

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Visit the Museum of the Revolution. In Old Havana, the building housed the Presidential Palace for several decades. Built at the beginning of the 20th-century, it combines striking elements of German, Spanish and French architecture.

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Sunset on the Malecón: a favorite place for musicians, artisans and people from all walks of life, you’ll enjoy the sea, the adjoin beautiful buildings, and of course, the spectacular sunset.

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What can we do in Montego Bay, Jamaica?

Jamaica’s most visited city, there’s no end to things to do. With just a few hours these are some of the best things to see and experience.

Visit the Green Grotto caves in St. Ann. In Jamaica’s distant past, these were known as the Runaway Caves. One part of this stone labyrinth provided the setting for the 1973 James Bond film, “Live and Let Die.” Want more animals in your life? Take a dip at Dolphin Cove where you can swim right in there with them!

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How about an eco-park called Mystic Mountain? Among the most fun you can have is on the world-famous Bobsled Run. Just take the cable car to the top of the mountain, it takes about 15 minutes, and you’ll enjoy spectacular views of the Jamaican mountains and the Caribbean, and you’ll come back down in a speedy bob-sled.

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What’s there to do in George Town on Grand Cayman island?

The city’s narrow streets are lined with endless souvenirs from craft workshops all over the island.

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But you can also explore and learn more, all about the history and present day of the island at the National Museum of George Town.

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There’s also the Queen Elizabeth II Botanical Garden where visitors marvel at thousands of herbal species. With a bit of luck, you may even spot the incredibly rare blue iguana.

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Hell is a village of some 60 inhabitants about 20 minutes from George Town and one of the main attractions on any trip to the Cayman Islands.

Visitors can see the black serrated limestone formations and spongy pinnacles, a fascinating show put on by Mother Nature. Hell also has a post office (don’t ask why), but you can send your postcards home, from Hell.

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Want to go shopping? There are no taxes anywhere on the island? Most shops will take credit cards and visitors often stock up on boutique clothing, watches, liquor, jewelry and many luxury items.

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For motor sport and car enthusiasts, a visit to the Cayman Motor Museum is well rewarded. With a fascinating collection of cars, you can see gems like the original Batmobile and the Batcycle from the Batman TV series among lots of other vehicles.

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Set sail on the MSC Armonia and your Royal Holiday Membership will get you closer to more and more fantastic places, all along this majestic route.

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