Norwegian Cruise Line’s NEW Harvest Caye

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HIGHLIGHTS

  • Expansive pool area with swim-up bar & canopy cabanas
  • Landshark Bar & Grill
  • Water sports & eco-activities
  • Zip line
  • Wildlife programs
  • Luxury villas

Step into paradise when you visit Norwegian Cruise Line’s new private island destination — Harvest Caye set to welcome guests beginning in November 2016 in the south of Belize.

Offered on Western Caribbean sailings, this destination was designed to be the area’s premier resort-like port of call with lots of enticing features to make your visit unforgettable. Everything was thought of for the ultimate enjoyment of Norwegian Cruise Line guests, including docking at Belize’s only cruise ship pier. You will be able to simply stroll off the ship where an array of fun and relaxing amenities are waiting.

Woman snorkeling with a Southern StingrayImmerse yourself in the natural beauty of this 75-acre unspoiled destination, with its exclusive seven-acre beach, an immense pool with private canopy cabanas and several dining options. Thrilling shore excursions range from zip-lining across the island and watersports in the saltwater lagoon to snorkeling in the second largest barrier reef in the world.

Adventure-seekers will head to the 130-foot-tall lighthouse called a “Flighthouse” for breathtaking aerial activities, including 3,000 feet of an exhilarating zip-line with stops at three platforms, free-fall jumps, suspension bridges and a tandem zip line. You can also try your skills at a ropes course over the saltwater lagoon and go river-rafting.

Several choices are offered to visitors depending on what they are looking for. Nature lovers can learn about Belize’s incredible ecosystem, rich with wildlife, unique plants and mangroves. Tours allow guests to observe manatees at the lagoon, stroll through the delightful Butterfly Garden and meet beautiful Scarlet Macaws and Toucans at the aviary, where there is a breed and release program. Harvest Caye’s conservation programs were developed by award-winning author and wildlife expert Tony Garel, the destination’s Chief Naturalist, who will also head select tours.  History buffs will marvel at the well preserved Mayan ruins.

Soak up the sun on the pristine beach situated on seven acres of white sand and crystal blue water. Guests seeking privacy can rent one of the 11 Small sailboat on beachluxurious enclosed air-conditioned villas that accommodate up to 10 guests. Indulge in the ultimate beach escape and enjoy a lounge, exclusive dining areas, indoor and outdoor showers, plus relaxing hammocks. Attentive concierge service means you never have to interrupt your vacation. Head to the immense 15,000-square-foot pool, complete with a swim-up bar with stools and lounge tables right in the water.

Five dining and bar choices such as the two-story indoor/outdoor Landshark Bar & Grill, in partnership with Jimmy Buffett’s Margaritaville has a scenic upper deck, “street venues” serve local Belizean cuisine and the Laughing Bird Bar & Grill is located at the beach. Manatee Marina Bar & Grill is exclusive to those who rent cabanas and delivery is offered from the Horse-Eye Bar & Grill that also services the pool area.

Experience the many delights of Harvest Caye for yourself on a Norwegian Cruise Line Western Caribbean cruise and discover paradise.

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For more information and cruise deals on Norwegian Cruise Line, Western Caribbean cruises and Harvest Caye, visit us at Cruise.com or contact one of our cruise experts at 1-888-776-0659.

2 thoughts on “Norwegian Cruise Line’s NEW Harvest Caye

  1. I am trying to find pictures of the ropes course no advertisement for it have a large group. We want to make sure its what we think it is before spending that amount of money.

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