- Navigate around the beautiful beaches of the Grenadines that have kept the imprint of Robinson Crusoe.
- Fauna and flora in the heart of natural reservation in the multicolored reflections.
- Do not miss the two Pitons of St. Lucia and Grenada with spices
At a glance
Duration: 8 Days, 7 Nights
Coverage: Roundtrip Fort de France, Martinique
Season: January - March
Activities: Adventure, Culture, History, Wildlife
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Magical islands, heavenly settings and an easygoing lifestyle… welcome to the Caribbean! It is hard to resist the charm of these islands afloat on a turquoise and indigo sea, where time seems to stand still. Between coral reefs and mountainous reliefs, gentle sea turtles and vibrant flora, this region contains so many natural treasures; an exceptional ecosystem both on land and at sea. A vast territory, a cultural heritage dating back thousands of years and unspoiled nature.
- Day 1 - Fort de France (Martinique)
Embarkation from 5.00 to 6.00 pm
- Day 2 - Soufriere (Ste Lucia)
The exuberant unspoiled nature of the vegetation on Ste Lucia ensures this island’s status as one of the Caribbean’s real little gems. Covered in tropical forests and valleys, the island features two distinctive volcanic pitons like two giant cones rising up out of the sea near Soufrière. As you travel through the forest, you can pause to visit a superb tropical garden and some sulphur springs which hint at the volcanic activity rumbling away on this island.
- Day 3 - Bequia (St Vincent des Grenadines)
- Day 4 - St Georges (Grenada)
Capital of Grenada, St George lies at the end of a beautiful bay. A particularly picturesque little town wrapped round the port, St George has retained the red roofed pastel-coloured architecture of the colonial era. Surrounded by untamed tropical forests,pristine beaches and numerous waterfalls, this is a truly enchanting destination.
- Day 5 - Carriacou (Grenada)
- Day 6 - Tobago Cays (Grenadines)
A necklace of silky sandy islands strung out across a turquoise sea, the Tobago Cays National Park conceals some magnificent bays protected by coral reefs offering a kaleidoscope of colours beneath the surface.
- Day 7 - Grande Anse d'Arlet (Martinique)
- Day 8 - Fort de France (Martinique)
Disembark for your travels home.
Dates & Rates
|Jan 3, 2015||Le Ponant||$5,380||$6,100|
|Feb 28, 2015||Le Ponant||$5,380||$6,100|
|Jan 2, 2016||Le Ponant||$4,060||$4,650|
|Feb 20, 2016||Le Ponant||$4,060||$4,650|
|Mar 5, 2016||Le Ponant||$4,060||$4,650|
Experience the privilege of a relaxing cruise aboard Le Ponant, crafted to respect the tradition of famous sailing yachts. Following in the nautical tradition of three-masted sailing ship, Le Ponant will take you on a voyage of discovery. The ship capacity limited to 64 passengers provides intimacy and convivial atmosphere to the cruise. The refined life on board, the welcoming charm of your cabin, the lounges and the restaurants setting are as many invitations to relax. Under full sail, gliding over the sea with the wind, you will fall under Le Ponant’s spell.