We invite you on a whirlwind tour of the sundrenched ABC Islands. Part of the Leeward Antilles in the southern Caribbean, islands of Aruba, Bonaire and Curaçao feature diverse natural habitats that call for adventure. The stories below show the importance of these special surroundings to the people who live there and offer a glimpse of how you can experience them yourself when the time is right.
A Taste of Aruba
Our journey begins in Aruba where Chef Taki, aka “Frank the Forager,” literally handpicks fresh ingredients to create hyperlocal dishes and drinks.
Below the Sea in Bonaire
Our next destination is Bonaire to explore the vivid coral reefs that encircle the island. Plunge into the protected waters of the Bonaire National Marine Park, the oldest marine preserve in the world, and see why this is a must-see destination for snorkelers and scuba divers.
No sunscreen is required for our final stop, Curaçao’s Hato Caves. Traverse the winding passageways with Etsel, a tour guide in these caves for over 25 years, and marvel at surreal limestone formations and shimmering subterranean pools.
We look forward to welcoming you aboard one of our Caribbean cruises that explores the ABC Islands.