Sail To Paradise
Saturday, February 17, 2024 - Saturday, February 24, 2024
Join Educators With Passports as we disembark from Fort Lauderdale on board the beautiful Sky Princess to 4 Ports in 7 days.
Belize was once home to the ancient Mayas. One of the earliest known Mayan cities dates to 2000 B.C., and at the height of the Mayan Empire, their population rose to as many as two million.
Paths carved into 29 acres of jungle allow visitors to see more than 125 animals native to Belize, including jaguars, ocelots, peccaries, storks, howler monkeys, tapirs, crocodiles and more.
Dig your toes into the white sands of Cozumel's coast, where aquamarine waters beckon you to the breathtaking shores of Playa Mia Grand Beach Park and secluded Passion Island Beach.
The ecological/archeological theme park of X-Caret is one of the most popular attractions on the Yucatan Peninsula. Among its great treasures are underground rivers, a replica of a Mayan village, and a Mexican cultural show.
Located in West End, this expansive park offers the opportunity to enjoy playful monkeys, exotic birds, colorful gardens, pirate caves, and a relaxing beach…all in one day!
Descendants of the Black Carib Indians, the tribe settled in Roatan in 1797 and have maintained their lifestyle, culture and language to this day. Watch an ancestral dance performance with native costumes.
One of the most popular excursions in Costa Maya is the Chacchoben Mayan Ruins. Human settlement in the Chacchoben region dates back to about 1000 BC. This particular site was occupied several times and likely abandoned around 1000 AD. The ruins were discovered in the 1940's by a private landowner, at which time the temples had been completely overgrown by the surrounding jungle and just looked like hills in an otherwise flat region.
Rates per person based on Double Occupancy:
Interior: $1001 pp
Balcony: $1371 pp
Deposit $250pp Due 5/4/23
Space is limited!
Rate is per person-Double Occupancy
Rate is ubject to change due to availabilty.