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Shore Excursions

Shore Excursions are the best way to enhance a cruise vacation. They take you into the heart of the country and allow you to see natural wonders, experience the local culture, and go for an adventure. Cruise lines offer excursions that can be directly with them. There are also excursions available through third-parties. We love Shore Excursion Group because many of the options are small-group excursions and they are often more affordable than the cruise line. The link below allows you to enter your cruise ship and sail date and see a list of curated experiences. Below the link, we've also highlighted popular choices for popular ports. If you are looking for private shore excursions, please contact us and we can work on your request.

Cozumel, Mexico Excursions

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Mayan Ruins of Tulum

Explore the historic Mayan city of Tulum. You'll take a ferry from Cozumel to Playa del Carmen. There will be time for the beach in additional to seeing ruins.

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Jeep & Beach Adventure

This Cozumel tour includes sightseeing, swimming, and snorkeling. Take a guided jeep tour to learn about the island and explore Punta Sur State Refuge.

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Snorkel & Taco Workshop

Snorkel at Dzul-ha and then craft your own tacos! This beachside taco workshop is led by a professional chef. Transportation and snorkel equipment is included.

Falmouth, Jamaica Excursions

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Dunns River Falls

Climb up the several cascading falls that make up Dunns River Falls. This is a challenging climb that takes about 90 minutes. Enjoy the chilling water on a hot Jamaican day.

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Bobsled Adventure

Enjoy a scenic countryside drive through Jamaica and then go on a bobsledding adventure. You'll go up on the Sky Explorer chair-lift before racing down in your bobsled.

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Rum Tour

The Hampden Estate Rum Tour allows you to explore a historical  260-year-old distillery. Sample authentic Jamaican rum and eat Jamaican jerk chicken.

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