Join us for an expedition cruise from exciting New York to the tropical paradises of the Caribbean and Central America. Visit historic cities, enjoy sandy beaches, swim in crystal-clear waters and spot diverse wildlife. We explore seven countries and tropical wonders from the Big Apple to the rainforests of Costa Rica.
16 days


Seven Faces of Paradise

Join us on this extensive Caribbean cruise with MS Roald Amundsen, covering seven countries in North and Central America: the USA, Mexico, Belize, Guatemala, Honduras, Colombia, Nicaragua and Costa Rica.

Starting in the non-stop energy of New York City, we head to Charleston, South Carolina, considered to be one of America’s greatest historic treasures, before stopping at the laid-back city of Key West, Florida, renowned for rich coral reefs and charming pastel-tinted houses.

Natural and Cultural Beauty

We sail further south to experience some of the remote islands of the Caribbean. Visit Isla de Providencia, Corn Island and San Andrés where you can relax at the beach, snorkel among stunning tropical fish, experience Creole traditions and enjoy the Caribbean live-and-let-live lifestyle.

Ocean Serenity and Wildlife

This is a far-ranging voyage and offers relaxing days at sea to spend at your leisure. Join in lectures or other activities or simply relax and enjoy the ship´s facilities. All along the way, the expedition team will share their knowledge and inspire your curiosity and wonder. At times, our expedition ship will be escorted by seabirds, and other times by playful dolphins.

Our adventure ends in colorful Puerto Limón, Costa Rica.



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Hurtigruten offers unique expedition cruises to some of the purest and most remote waters of the world. As with all expeditions, nature prevails. Safety is always our top priority. We continuously evaluate our cruises to adapt to unexpected weather, ice and sea conditions, and exciting nature opportunities. That’s why we call it an expedition.