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CRUISE TOUR: Caribbean Glories & Southern Gems

15 night package. Cruise from New Orleans, Usa onboard Glory

North America, Caribbean, Mexico
New Orleans, USA roundtrip
20 Sep 2020
15 nights
Cruise Code 20200920GL07
For sale until 20 September 2020
* Business Class Upgrades available from $5,990.00 AUD
PACKAGE INCLUDES
FROM
$1,889 USD
PER PERSON *
$118 USD P/DAY
SAVE UP TO 59%

Inclusions

7 nights cruise accommodation onboard Carnival Glory
^9 day / 8 night tour from Atlanta to New Orleans including accommodation, guided tours and transfers as per itinerary
^Welcome Reception and meet your fellow travelers
^Visit Stately Oaks Plantation and museum, the inspiration for “Tara” from Gone with the Wind
^Sight-seeing tour of Atlanta including MLK’s boyhood home and visitors’ center
^Tour historic Charleston and see the iconic piazzas of the beautiful homes
^Travel to Beaufort, the filming site of the movie Forest Gump
^Trolley Tour the historic downtown district of Savannah
^See New Orleans, home to jazz and beignets
Onboard Meals
Various dining options
Bars and Nightclubs
Onboard swimming pools
Live Entertainment
Daily Onboard activities
Port charges & Government taxes

Itinerary

DAYPORTARRDEP
12 Sep 20ATLANTA

Welcome to Atlanta, Georgia. During the Civil War, Atlanta was one of the most important Southern Cities as it provided munitions to the South. In 1864, General Sherman marched into Atlanta and burned the entire city. The city recovered from its losses and today is one of the most dynamic in the South, boasting a successful cultural and business center. Transfer independently to your hotel where you will meet your Tour Director.

Overnight in Atlanta

13 Sep 20ATLANTA This morning, enjoy a city tour of Atlanta and learn about one of its most famous residents, Margaret Mitchell. In 1936, Mitchell published the book “Gone with the Wind”. It depicted the life of the daughter of a plantation owner and follows her life through the Civil War and Reconstruction. The story takes place in Atlanta and south of Atlanta in a small town named Jonesboro. This morning, you will visit the Road to Tara Museum and Stately Oaks Plantation which was the inspiration for Tara. You will have the opportunity to see memorabilia from the movie including costumes worn by the stars Clark Gable and Vivien Leigh. In the evening, enjoy a welcome reception which will give you the opportunity to meet your fellow travelers.

Overnight in Atlanta

14 Sep 20ATLANTA - AUGUSTA - CHARLESTON

Leave Atlanta today and head west to Augusta. Augusta is the second oldest city in Georgia and is home to the prestigious Masters golf tournament. In the late afternoon, you will arrive in Charleston one of the most historic cities of the south. For evening activities, you may wish to consult your Tour Director for the possibilities.

Overnight in Atlanta

15 Sep 20CHARLESTON

Enjoy a locally guided tour of Charleston and spend the afternoon at leisure. Walk the streets of Charleston’s preserved historic district, the best protected in the nation. Natural disasters, the Revolutionary War, and the Civil War all took their toll on this beautiful city, yet it stands out as a historic gem of the South. You may wish to participate in an optional excursion to historic Boone Hall Plantation with its famous Avenue of Oaks. The property has appeared in numerous movies, among them “North and South”.

Overnight in Charleston

16 Sep 20CHARLESTON - ANTEBELLUM PLANTATION - SAVANNAH

Today, your road leads you further southto Savannah. En route stop on Port Royal Island and see Beaufort, South Carolina’s second oldest city. Its impressive Antebellum architecture has been the backdrop to a number of Hollywood movies, including “Forrest Gump”. After lunch continue on to Savannah, once the world’s largest cotton port. When cotton was king, Savannah controlled the prices of the world cotton market at her cotton exchange. Founder James Oglethorpe laid out the city squares. The Civil War destroyed a large portion of Georgia, but Savannah was spared. Numerous buildings around the tree-shaded squares are hundreds of years old. Many of them are very well preserved and some remain open to the public. You will enjoy an included historic old town trolley tour to learn more about the fascinating history of the Antebellum residences. The old cotton warehouses that line the river are now converted into shops and little restaurants, frequented by locals and tourist alike.

Overnight in Savannah

17 Sep 20SAVANNAH - ST. AUGUSTINE - TALLAHASSEE

Leave Savannah with its Antebellum homes and head on, driving south along the coast of Georgia. The cities you will pass are as rich with history as they are full of charm. In the afternoon you will enter the Sunshine State of Florida. Enjoy a stop in the charming city of St. Augustine, founded in 1565 by Spanish explorers. It is the oldest continuously occupied European established city and port within the continental U.S. In the evening arrive in Florida’s state Capital, Tallahassee. Tallahassee is one of the nations smaller and quieter capitals with oak lined streets and soft hills surrounding the city.

Overnight in Tallahassee

18 Sep 20TALLAHASSEE - PENSACOLA - GULF OF MEXICO - NEW ORLEANS

Continue on to Pensacola, one of Florida’s most important vacation destinations. Pensacola was founded in 1599 by Spanish colonists who created here the first European settlement. Today, the area is known for its miles of Gulf shoreline, many of which are preserved as state and federal parks. Tourists come to enjoy the white sand beaches and to participate in activities such as scuba diving and fishing. Next up is Mobile, Alabama. Founded in 1702, Mobile rapidly became one of the most important ports along the Gulf Coast. In the evening arrive in New Orleans, Louisiana’s most prominent port city. People from all over the world have been arriving in New Orleans since the Sieur de Bienville laid out the city’s streets in 1718. The city today is a unique blend of Spanish, French, Caribbean, African and Anglo-Saxon influences. This is obvious in the food, the architecture, and, of course, the music.

Overnight in New Orleans

19 Sep 20NEW ORLEANS

The day is yours to immerse yourself in the charm and excitement of one of America’s most unique cities. Your Tour Director will assist you with planning the day’s activities. Perhaps start the day with an early morning optional taking you to a famous Louisiana Plantation, followed by a Jazz Brunch in the Quarter. Enjoy window shopping along Royal Street’s art galleries, or while away the day lazily sipping coffee in the cafe Du Monde. Take a stroll along the Mississippi River or ride the St. Charles street car through the Garden District, an area known for its magnificent architecture.

Overnight in New Orleans

20 Sep 20NEW ORLEANS, LA. After hotel check out, you'll be met and transferred to the cruise port. NEW ORLEANS, LA3:30 AM
21 Sep 20FUN DAY AT SEA
22 Sep 20FUN DAY AT SEA
23 Sep 20MONTEGO BAY, JAMAICA8:00 AM5:00 AM
24 Sep 20GRAND CAYMAN, CAYMAN ISLANDS7:00 AM4:00 AM
25 Sep 20COZUMEL, MEXICO10:00 AM6:00 AM
26 Sep 20FUN DAY AT SEA
27 Sep 20NEW ORLEANS, LA. After you have disembarked, you'll be met and transferred to the airport8:00 AM

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Pricing

CABIN GRADEWASNOW
Interior Upper/Lower (1A)$4,609 USD$1,889 USD
Interior (4A)$3,779 USD$1,929 USD
Interior (4B)$3,709 USD$1,929 USD
Interior (4C)$4,309 USD$1,939 USD
Interior (4D)$3,659 USD$1,939 USD
Interior (4E)$3,979 USD$1,949 USD
Porthole (PT)$3,819 USD$1,949 USD
Interior (4F)$4,059 USD$1,949 USD
Interior (4G)$3,979 USD$1,949 USD
Interior (4H)$3,999 USD$1,959 USD
Ocean View (6A)$4,719 USD$2,029 USD
Ocean View (6B)$4,409 USD$2,029 USD
Ocean View (6C)$3,919 USD$2,039 USD
Balcony (8A)$4,929 USD$2,169 USD
Balcony (8B)$4,039 USD$2,179 USD
Balcony (8C)$4,839 USD$2,179 USD
Balcony (8D)$4,859 USD$2,189 USD
Balcony (8E)$5,339 USD$2,189 USD
Balcony (8F)$4,579 USD$2,199 USD
Scenic Ocean View (6J)$4,429 USD$2,259 USD
Aft-View Extended Balcony (8M)$4,909 USD$2,259 USD
Aft-View Extended Balcony (8N)$5,469 USD$2,299 USD
Premium Balcony (9B)$5,589 USD$2,349 USD
Premium Vista Balcony (9C)$4,679 USD$2,389 USD
Grand Suite (GS)$6,289 USD$3,269 USD
* All prices are quoted in US dollars, based on per person double occupancy unless stated otherwise, and inclusive of all taxes and discounts. All prices & itineraries are current at time of publishing & subject to change without notice. Prices are subject to change due to currency fluctuations, fuel price, and tax increases. Taxes are correct at time of publication and subject to change due to airline fluctuation, currency fluctuation, government changes, departure city and stop overs. Prices may vary until full payment is received, please ask your consultant for details. Pricing will be confirmed at time of booking. Conditions apply.
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