Island: St. Thomas
Private Beach w/ Secret Harbor
Guest Count: Up to 70 Passengers
Tour Date: March 6th, 2019
Tour Time(s): 8:30 AM to 3:30 PM
Price: $65 USD per Person (based on 20 passenger min)
Excursion Tickets Purchase Deadline EXTENDED! Please book by March 1st, 2019.
8:30am - Guests to gather at internet tour area for transfer to secret harbor. Staff will greet with welcome sign and escort guests to their vehicles.
8:45am - Transfer to secret harbor aboard open air safaris.
9:00am-3:00pm - Guests will be greeted with a rum/fruit punch upon arrival. Guests will enjoy sun, swimming and beaching at secret harbor. Beach chairs and snorkel gear may be rented.
11:30am - Authentic Island BBQ Buffet w/ Grilled Tofu Salad (Vegetarian Option) is served and included in the ticket price. Beverages will be available from cash bar and will be at guests expense.
3:00pm - Guests to meet at pick up location for return transfer
3:15pm - Return transfer to Norwegian Bliss
3:30pm - Guests will be back at ship
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We support and respect the locals. This tour is locally owned and operated by native St. Thomas islanders.
Island: Nassau, Bahamas
Private Tour at the Primeval Forest National Park
Guest Count: Up to 50 Passengers*
Tour Date: March 8th, 2019
Tour Time(s): 12:30 PM to 5:00 PM
Cruise Time: The Bliss is on-island from 12 PM to 7 PM
Price: $94 USD per Person
Excursion Tickets must be purchased by February 19th, 2019.
*Minimum 25 Attendees. If we have enough participants for 2 buses, we will book a second bus.
Please Note: This excursion is approximately 4 hours long, beginning at 12:30 PM. This gives you 1/2 hour before and 2 hours after to spend in Nassau. Please bring lots of bug spray, and wear comfortable walking shoes.
About the Primeval Forest National Park
Remarkably undisturbed, this old-growth woodland is representative of the early evergreen tropical hardwood forests of the Bahamas. Located in southwestern New Providence, the area is easily accessible by car. It features dramatic sinkholes – unique limestone caverns up to 50 feet long, 30 feet wide, and in some cases 30 feet deep. The most notable features are accessed by boardwalks, steps and bridges. The Primeval Forest supports a diverse collection of plants and animals.
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We support and respect the locals. This tour is locally owned and operated by native Bahamians.