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Cruises to Dominican Republic

Cruises in Dominican Republic

Premium Class Flights
Inside from £1,649pp


  • 23 Jan 2021
  • 15 nights
  • Ship: Azura
  • Fly Cruise
  • Flights Included

Itinerary: Bridgetown, Barbados - Mindelo, St Vincent, Cape Verde - St Kitts, St Kitts and Nevis - Philipsburg, St.Maarten - Grand Turk, Turks and Caicos Islands - Road Town, Tortola - St....

Includes: Premium class flights included*, Pound sterling on board*, No tips required on board*, On board spending money of up to £640*

Inside from £899pp (was £1,199)

Canary Islands

  • 04 May 2021
  • 11 nights
  • Ship: Grand Princess
  • No-Fly Cruise

Itinerary: Southampton, England - Gran Canaria (Las Palmas) - Santa Cruz de Tenerife - Lanzarote (Arrecife) - Madeira (Funchal) - Vigo - Southampton, England

Includes: Incredible savings*, Do not delay, fares will increase soon*, Exclusive free car parking*, Just £35pp per day to add premium drinks, wi-fi & gratuities*

World Cruise
Inside from £11,839pp

Aurora's 2022 No-Fly Grand World Cruise

  • 03 Jan 2022
  • 99 nights
  • Ship: Aurora
  • No-Fly Cruise

Itinerary: Southampton - Santa Cruz, Tenerife - Bridgetown, Barbados - Willemstad, Curacao - ★ Full Daytime Transit of the Panama Canal ★ - Huatulco (from Santa Cruz), Mexico - Cabo San...

Includes: Free on board spend*, Limited availability, Exclusive free private uk chauffeur service for all bookings*, No tips required on board*

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Age old fishing villages and hidden bays

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Experience the giants of the sea

The hidden caves and coves of the Dominican Republic are home to clusters of migrating humpback whales and other wonderous sea creatures. Take a boat from the port of La Romana and dive beneath the depths to experience the size and beauty of these animals up close and personal. Tours run from January to mid-March and come alive with the song and dance from the migrating whales.

A small city with a mighty heart

Home to a picture-postcard coastline as well as award-winning and world-class golf courses, La Romana is the Dominican Republic’s seventh largest city, but what it lacks in size it makes up for in diversity. Fields of sugar canes, white sandy beaches and rainforests all make up the surrounding areas, whilst the offshore islands of Saona and Catalinita are home to turtle-filled caves and an abundance of marine life. 

The highs and lows beyond the capital

Explore out of the capital and you will see that the rest of the Dominican Republic is rural and agricultural. Drive along the dusty roads and you will see cows and horses grazing on the roadside, as well as fresh produce growing in abundance. Venture inland to experience the rivers that meander their way through green jungles and glistening waterfalls. 

A festival of life

Although they love their down time, the people of the Dominican Republic know how to party and carnival and festival celebrations take place all year round. Peek through these cultural windows and immerse yourself in the elaborate celebrations that this spectacular country is prominent for.