|EASTERN CARIBBEAN • OCTOBER 15TH TO 22ND, 2005|
FT. LAUDERDALE, FLORIDA
Have a few hours to spare in Fort Lauderdale? If shopping isn't your thing, there are lesser known diversions that fit a brief itinerary — the Fort Lauderdale Ghost tour; the International Swimming Hall of Fame; ambling on the Riverwalk.
If you have a full day in Ft Lauderdale, try the historic and natural beauty of South Florida. Botanical gardens and aviaries, Seminole interpretive museums and swamp safaris give you a taste of Florida's lush ecosystem and native culture.
HALF MOON CAY, THE BAHAMAS
Holland America's desert island, Half Moon Cay (pronounced "key") is not the sort of place that lends itself to plans ... palm trees and tropical breezes are always on the schedule, though. Kick back and chill out. Enjoy Half Moon Cay's crystal clear, shallow waters flowing over a velvety sandy bottom — the perfect place to try new water sports and toys.
Or find a secluded sandy stretch, and commune with nature — most of Half Moon Cay's 2,400 acres are a Bahamian National Trust-designated wild bird reserve.
ROAD TOWN, TORTOLA, BRITISH VIRGIN ISLANDS
Tortola is a beautiful juxtaposition of beach and mountain, rain forest and rock. An archipelago of islands, keys, and rocks, Tortola offers white sand beaches, cool rain forest hikes, and plentiful water adventures. A leisurely outing, surveying the terrain, and great public beaches await on Tortola.
ST. THOMAS, U.S. Virgin Islands
Sun, sand, sea, scenery, and shopping — St. Thomas is the Caribbean's most popular port of call. National Geographic calls Magens Bay one of the world's most beautiful beaches. Head for the hills to take in incredible vistas. Or let yourself be drawn to the water — to the beach, to snorkel or scuba, to sail or to enjoy tropical fish.
Nassau is the 330-year old capital and commercial center of the far-flung Bahamian islands. The city is a charming, historic place. Your visit to Nassau offers weather-beaten fortresses, elegant gardens, exclusive resorts, and friendly citizens on shore. Not to mention great shopping for fine local crafts at the famous Straw Market, and international luxury goods.
Off shore, the Bahamas offer extensive coral reefs for snorkeling and diving, and an abundance of sport fishing.
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