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Western Caribbean Holiday Cruise

December 17, 2023 thru December 27, 2023

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  • Roundtrip air transportation to Houston

  • 10 Day Cruise

  • All transfers

  • All meals aboard the cruise

  • Baggage handling (for 1 piece)

  • Cruise credits as described

  • Services of a Sun Tours escort (with 15 or more booked)

  • Port charges, taxes and gratuities for included items


ID - Inside Per Person Double Occupancy


BD – Balcony Per Person Double Occupancy



DB - Deluxe Balcony Per Person Double Occupancy



MB - Mini-Suite Per Person Double Occupancy



Call for availability and pricing

Cruise only single occupancy

DEPOSIT: 20% per person now holds your place


FINAL PAYMENT DUE: September 13, 2023



None - Through September 13, 2023

25%* - September 14, 2023 - October 17, 2023

50%* - October 18, 2023 - November 14, 2023

75%* - November 15, 2023 - November 28, 2023

100% - November 28, 2023

*Percentage of total price     



Celebrate the holiday with Sun Tours and Princess Cruises!


Ancient Mayan ruins rise up from the jungle floor, breaking the pristine beauty of the rainforest to remind all who cruise the Western Caribbean of its deep cultural heritage. White-sand beaches and pristine azure waters are just the beginning with this region of the Caribbean. With just a little exploration on a Western Caribbean cruise, you can open up a world of jungle adventures, breathtaking barrier reefs and powerful cultural connections unlike any other.


Enjoy sweeping views from one of more than 1,400 balconies on Regal Princess or stroll on the SeaWalk®, a glass-floor walkway extending 28 feet beyond the edge of the ship! From the tranquil Sanctuary, a retreat reserved for adults, to the dazzling Princess WaterColor Fantasy light and water show and more, you’ll find diversions for every mood.

Day 1        (D) 
We fly from Albuquerque to Houston, where we transfer to the Port of Galveston to board our cruise ship and sail into the Western Caribbean!

Days 2 & 3        (B,L,D) 
Today is a day at sea. Relax, eat a great meal and enjoy the many cruiseship activities.

Day 4        (B,L,D) 
Today we stop in Jamaica. One of the most popular beaches in Jamaica with both locals and travelers, Ocho Rios Bay Beach has everything needed for a relaxing day enjoying the Caribbean weather. Soft sand, crystal-clear water, plentiful loungers and ice-cold beverages. Visit Ocho Rios Bay Beach on a Jamaican cruise!

Many optional excursions ranging in price.

Day 5        (B,L,D) 
Cruise to Grand Cayman, once home to pirates and scoundrels striking fear into all who sailed near, now stands as one of the most prosperous islands in the entire Caribbean. Meet sea turtles and stingrays in their natural habitats, snorkel through breathtaking shipwrecks and stroll through the capital of Georgetown for world-class dining, shopping and historic architecture.

(Water Shuttle Required, Wheelchair Access Limited )


Day 6        (B,L,D)
Sitting atop an ancient coral reef system, surrounded by gorgeous crystal blue waters and featuring a lush tropical environment, the island of Roatan looks every bit the Caribbean wonderland. Visit the local iguana farm with over 3,000 iguanas roaming the grounds, snorkel and dive the pristine local reefs or sunken ships and Mayan artifacts, or just sit on the picture-perfect beach and relax without a care in the world.

Many optional excursions ranging in price.

Day 7        (B,L,D) 
Nestled among lush rainforests teeming with life and situated on the western edge of the Caribbean Sea, Belize City is a paradise for those looking to have an unparalleled eco adventure. Take a relaxing inner tube ride down a river and through ancient caves once used for rituals by the Maya, ride horses through a stunning nature park with hundreds of species, and snorkel through the northern hemisphere’s largest barrier reef on a cruise to Belize!

Day 8        (B,L,D) 
Located in the south of Quintana Roo, Grand Costa Maya is one of the Mexican Caribbean’s hidden gems. The gateway to the region is Quintana Roo’s capital city of Chetumal, whose name in Maya means “place of the red wood.” You can also reach Chetumal on a four-hour drive from Cancun, passing through Riviera Maya’s destinations and Maya Ka’an along the way.

Many optional excursions ranging in price.

Days 9 & 10        (B,L,D)
Today is a day at sea. Relax, eat a great meal and enjoy the many cruiseship activities.

Day 11        (B)
We arrive into Galveston from a glorious holiday cruise on the Western Caribbean, with vivid memories and new friendships, and fly back home afterwards.

Itineraries are subject to change

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