We then sail to the upmarket Carambola Beach resort, with languid lunches and lazy swims very much the order of the day.
New Year in the Caribbean
Making for Martinique and St Barts, this circular voyage from Barbados pairs beaches with boules and bistros in Gallic territories – and welcomes in 2023.
- 30 Dec 2022 – 06 Jan 2023
- 7 nights
- From 2,199pp
Leaving behind Barbados’s buzzy, culture-filled capital Bridgetown, we begin our Caribbean circular by plotting a course to French-flavoured Martinique. Arriving beside Anse Mitan’s shallow-watered beach, where boules games are common, you can relax in the sunshine or head off towards rainforest walks before we see in the new year with special onboard celebrations.
After a day spent at sea, our itinerary now takes us to Antigua’s southern harbour town, Falmouth. Cove-hopping catamaran trips and mangrove-paddling kayak adventures are popular around here, as are rum-tinged food tours. South Friar’s Bay, on St Kitts’ sheltered southwestern coast, is Golden Horizon’s next port of call. We then sail to the upmarket Carambola Beach resort, with languid lunches and lazy swims very much the order of the day.
St Barts, another of France’s overseas departments, follows. Having arrived in the gorgeous port capital of Gustavia – known for super-yachts, stylish boutiques and chichi restaurants serving Gallic cuisine – we’ll discover why this volcanic enclave ranks among the region’s A-list destinations. Pristine shores and abundant reefs help to explain. A last day at sea will take us back to Bridgetown.
- Day 1: Bridgetown, Barbados
- Day 2: Anse Mitan, Martinique
- Day 3: Sailing
- Day 4: Falmouth, Antiqua
- Day 5: Carambola Beach, St. Kitts
- Day 6: Gustavia, St Barts
- Day 7: Sailing
- Day 8: Bridgetown, Barbados
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