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Cruise in the East Caribbean on the AIDAperla ship with visits to Dominican Republic, Aruba, Curaçao, Grenada, Barbados, Saint Vincent and the Grenadines, Saint Lucia, Dominica, and Guadeloupe for 15 days

1.539€ 2.695€ 43% off

About this cruise

Embark on a 15-day cruise in the East Caribbean, departing from La Romana on the AIDAperla ship. Explore stunning destinations including the Dominican Republic, Aruba, Curaçao, Grenada, Barbados, Saint Vincent and the Grenadines, Saint Lucia, Dominica, and Guadeloupe.

Cabin Prices

The cruise price at the top of the page (1.539€) is listed for the accommodation of one person in a double cabin. To get the total cabin cost, multiply this price by two. All subsequent prices are listed for the entire cabin and do not require additional multiplication.

All prices presented on this website are approximate and do not constitute a public offer. For precise price information, please contact the service provider.

Single Cabin Price

Cruise DateInterior CabinOcean View CabinBalcony CabinSuite
21/12/2023 - 04/01/2024 2.370€ 2.890€ 3.740€ 6.270€
18/01/2024 - 01/02/2024 1.480€ 1.730€ 2.300€ 3.130€
01/02/2024 - 15/02/2024 - 3.660€ 3.960€ 6.610€
29/02/2024 - 14/03/2024 2.400€ 3.670€ 3.710€ -
14/03/2024 - 28/03/2024 2.490€ 2.860€ 3.880€ -
21/11/2024 - 05/12/2024 3.790€ 4.270€ 4.870€ -
02/01/2025 - 16/01/2025 3.790€ 4.270€ 4.870€ -
16/01/2025 - 30/01/2025 3.710€ 4.190€ 4.750€ -
30/01/2025 - 13/02/2025 3.880€ 4.380€ 4.990€ -
13/02/2025 - 27/02/2025 3.950€ 4.460€ 5.090€ -

Double Cabin Price

Cruise DateInterior CabinOcean View CabinBalcony CabinSuite
21/12/2023 - 04/01/2024 3.940€ 4.780€ 6.140€ 11.470€
04/01/2024 - 18/01/2024 3.280€ 3.580€ 4.560€ 6.600€
18/01/2024 - 01/02/2024 4.800€ 5.200€ 6.570€ 7.740€
01/02/2024 - 15/02/2024 3.380€ 3.480€ 4.980€ 7.930€
29/02/2024 - 14/03/2024 3.080€ 3.440€ 4.680€ 5.880€
14/03/2024 - 28/03/2024 3.240€ 3.840€ 4.880€ 6.480€
21/11/2024 - 05/12/2024 5.210€ 5.780€ 6.480€ 8.990€
02/01/2025 - 16/01/2025 5.210€ 5.780€ 6.480€ 8.990€
16/01/2025 - 30/01/2025 5.110€ 5.670€ 6.340€ 8.780€
30/01/2025 - 13/02/2025 5.310€ 5.900€ 6.620€ 9.210€
13/02/2025 - 27/02/2025 5.390€ 5.990€ 6.730€ 9.380€

Cabin Price for Two Adults with One Child

Cruise DateInterior CabinOcean View CabinBalcony CabinSuite
21/12/2023 - 04/01/2024 4.470€ 4.780€ 6.180€ 11.470€
04/01/2024 - 18/01/2024 3.390€ 3.580€ 4.560€ 6.600€
01/02/2024 - 15/02/2024 3.660€ 3.480€ 5.260€ 8.210€
29/02/2024 - 14/03/2024 3.360€ 3.440€ 4.960€ 6.160€
14/03/2024 - 28/03/2024 3.520€ 4.120€ 5.160€ 6.760€
21/11/2024 - 05/12/2024 6.130€ 6.700€ 7.400€ 9.910€
02/01/2025 - 16/01/2025 6.130€ 6.700€ 7.400€ 9.910€
16/01/2025 - 30/01/2025 6.030€ 6.590€ 7.260€ 9.700€
30/01/2025 - 13/02/2025 6.400€ 6.990€ 7.710€ 10.300€
13/02/2025 - 27/02/2025 6.480€ 7.080€ 7.820€ 10.470€

Cabin Price for Two Adults with Two Children

Cruise DateInterior CabinOcean View CabinBalcony CabinSuite
21/12/2023 - 04/01/2024 4.990€ 4.780€ 6.180€ 11.470€
04/01/2024 - 18/01/2024 3.500€ 3.580€ 4.560€ 6.600€
01/02/2024 - 15/02/2024 3.930€ 3.480€ 5.530€ 8.480€
29/02/2024 - 14/03/2024 3.630€ 3.440€ 5.230€ 6.430€
14/03/2024 - 28/03/2024 3.790€ 4.390€ 5.430€ 7.030€
21/11/2024 - 05/12/2024 7.050€ 7.620€ 8.320€ 10.830€
02/01/2025 - 16/01/2025 7.050€ 7.620€ 8.320€ 10.830€
16/01/2025 - 30/01/2025 6.950€ 7.510€ 8.180€ 10.620€
30/01/2025 - 13/02/2025 7.490€ 8.080€ 8.800€ 11.390€
13/02/2025 - 27/02/2025 7.570€ 8.170€ 8.910€ 11.560€

Cruise Route

Day 1: La Romana, Dominican Republic. Departure time: 22:00. Located on the south coast of the province of the same name, La Romana is one of the largest cities in the Caribbean with approximately 200,000 inhabitants. Originally, La Romana was a small village, but it gradually developed into a large industrial town, due in part to the sugar refinery. With the construction of the port and the international airport, it later became a tourist center. Notable attractions include the breathtaking scenery of the typical Caribbean beaches, a replica of a medieval European village called Altos de Chavón, and Ca.

Day 2: Sea day.

Day 3: Oranjestad, Aruba. Arrival time: 08:00. Departure time: 18:00. Duration of port stay: 10 hours. Oranjestad is the capital of Aruba, the smallest of the ABC Islands and closest to Venezuela. Oranjestad is a lively small city with many shopping galleries and restaurants. The new houses imitate the old colonial style in a somewhat flashy and colorful way, sometimes resembling a Caribbean Disneyland. Here you will find the beautiful Schooner Harbor, where a daily market takes place. The Zoutman Fort, the oldest building on the island, houses the Historical Museum. Every Tuesday, a mini-festival with music takes place in the courtyard, providing insight into the island`s culture. Also worth visiting are the Archaeological Museum, the Geological Museum, and the Numismatic Museum. Oranjestad is known for its good shopping opportunities, with the widest selection in Caya Betico Croes shopping street. Aruba is the most developed tourist destination. Passengers are attracted by the duty-free luxury items offered in Oranjestad, spend a day at the beach, or immerse themselves in the nightlife in one of the island`s many casinos. The main beach of the island, a beautiful 12-kilometer-long sandy beach lined with palm trees and upscale to luxury hotels, starts northwest of Oranjestad. Those who stay longer in Aruba should definitely explore the interior of the island and visit the enor.

Day 4: Willemstad, Curacao. Arrival time: 06:00. Departure time: 22:00. Duration of port stay: 16 hours. Willemstad is the capital of Curaçao, the largest island of the ABC Islands and has been a UNESCO World Heritage Site since 1997. The city is divided into two parts by the harbor entrance, which are connected by the famous Emma Bridge. Worth seeing is the floating market with sailors and schooners from South America, who offer fish, vegetables, fruits, and even monkeys directly from the ship. Other attractions include Fort Amsterdam, built in the 17th century, the Curaçao Museum with old furniture, and the Mikve Israel-Emanuel Synagogue from 1732, the oldest synagogue in the Western hemisphere. The Dutch colonial-style houses in the old town are also worth a visit. The bustling harbor city is worth a shopp.

Day 5: Kralendijk (Bonaire), Netherlands Antilles. Arrival time: 08:00. Departure time: 18:00. Duration of port stay: 10 hours. Kralendijk is located on Bonaire, one of the ABC Islands. It is a charming small island capital with a small harbor and a number of beautiful old colonial houses from the 18th and 19th centuries. Worth seeing are Fort Oranje, a Caribbean fortification from the 19th century, the Governor`s Palace, now home to the island`s parliament, the old harbor office, and the small fish market. Karel`s Beach Bar is the meeting point for sunset in Kralendijk. The main shopping street is Kaya Grandi, where you can find everything you need in souvenir shops, boutiques, and the large supermarket further into the city. The waterfr.

Day 6: Sea day.

Day 7: St. George`s, Grenada. Arrival time: 08:00. Departure time: 18:00. Duration of port stay: 10 hours. St. George`s is the capital of Grenada and is considered one of the most attractive port cities in the Caribbean with its narrow, steep streets between houses and churches. The horseshoe-shaped harbor basin of the Carenage in the city center is surrounded by Wharf Road. Along the quayside promenade, there are old warehouses from the French and British colonial eras, some of which have been restored and converted into restaurants, shops, or offices. On the hills around St. George`s, there are remnants of old fortifications such as Fort George. Behi.

Day 8: Bridgetown, Barbados. Arrival time: 07:00. Departure time: 22:00. Duration of port stay: 15 hours. Bridgetown is the capital of the state of Barbados. The city, with a population of 6,700 inhabitants, is located on the south coast of the country. Tourists can find numerous shopping opportunities in the highly modern harbor area of the picturesque town, as well as an exciting nightlife. In Bridgetown, there is a historic synagogue that was built in 1627 shortly after the founding of the British colony by Brazilian Jews. The beaches of Dover, Rockley, and Needhams.

Day 9: Kingstown (St. Vincent), St. Vincent & Grenadines. Arrival time: 07:30. Departure time: 18:00. Duration of port stay: 10 hours 30 minutes. Kingstown is located on the southern coast of the island of St. Vincent & Grenadines and is also the capital. Worth seeing are Fort Charlotte, which is located above the city, and St. Mary`s Cathedral from the early 19th century. There is also a botanical garden, and north of the city, you can visit a filming location from the movie Pirates of the Caribbean. Also worth a visit is the volcano La Soufriére on a neighboring island, to.

Day 10: Castries, St. Lucia. Arrival time: 08:00. Departure time: 18:00. Duration of port stay: 10 hours. Castries is the main and port city of the Caribbean island of St. Lucia. With approximately 65,000 inhabitants, it is the largest city on the island, located between the Caribbean Sea and green hills. It serves as the starting point for excursions to the island of St. Lucia. In Castries, there are hardly any historical sights left to see, as many wooden houses burned down in recent decades. Worth seeing are the Cathedral of the Immaculate Conception at Columbus Square and the Government House. A stroll through the city is especially worthwhile on Saturday mornings, when market stalls are set up at the deep-sea port, The Carenage. The shopping center Point Seraphine offers a possibility for duty-free shopping. Northeast of Castr.

Day 11: Roseau, Dominica. Arrival time: 08:00. Departure time: 18:00. Duration of port stay: 10 hours. Roseau is the capital and economic and cultural center of the island of Dominica, which belongs to the Lesser Antilles. Located directly at the harbor is the Market House from 1810 and the lovingly restored Old Market, where souvenirs are sold today. Particularly worth seeing are the Anglican Church, the State House, once the seat of the governor, and the new parliament building from 1811. The Methodist Church, the Botanical Garden, and the Roman Catholic Cathedral are also worth a visit. From the Morne Bruce hill, which used to be an ideal defense post, one has a wonderful view over the capital and the bay. Dominica`s trademark are extinct volcanoes, vast.

Day 12: Pointe-à-Pitre, Guadeloupe. Arrival time: 08:00. Departure time: 18:00. Duration of port stay: 10 hours. Pointe-à-Pitre, the capital of the French Antilles island of Guadeloupe, is a colorful port and trading city surrounded by long, white sandy beaches. The city offers a variety of charming buildings, including the Place de la Victoire, the Schoelcher Museum, and the St. John`s Perse Museum in former colonial-style mansions. The vibrant market and numerous shops and boutiques on Rue Frebault, Rue de Nozière, a.

Day 13: St. John`s (Antigua), Antigua and Barbuda. Arrival time: 08:00. Departure time: 18:00. Duration of port stay: 10 hours. St. John`s is the capital and only deep-water port of the mini-state of Antigua and Barbuda in the northeastern Caribbean. Clear water and hundreds of beaches with fine sand surround the city. Since you can shop duty-free on the island, you will find a variety of fashion boutiques, electronics stores, and jewelers directly at Heritage Quay, close to the port. Traditional crafts, straw dolls, masks, and exotic colorful fashion can be found in the former slave quarters. The building of the former British colonial court now houses the Museum of Antigua and Barbuda, with exhibits from the colonial era and the slave trade. The St. John`s Cathedral with two Georgian bell towers sits on a hill overlooking the city. Sugar cane is mainly cultivated in the plantati.

Day 14: Sea day.

Day 15: La Romana, Dominican Republic. Arrival time: 08:00. Located on the south coast of the province of the same name, La Romana is one of the largest cities in the Caribbean with approximately 200,000 inhabitants. Originally, La Romana was a small village, but it gradually developed into a large industrial town, due in part to the sugar refinery. With the construction of the port and the international airport, it later became a tourist center. Notable attractions include the breathtaking scenery of the typical Caribbean beaches, a replica of a medieval European village called Altos de Chavón, and Ca.