Group Space for 2020 Is Here

It is not too early to start thinking about your travels plans for 2020. I have group space blocked for two different travel opportunities. If you have a group destination that you are trying to plan, let me know how I can help.

Holland America Cruise Line – Western Caribbean Cruise

Set sail on the Nieuw Amsterdam and say good-bye to winter. Embark on your cruise on 21 March, 2020 from Fort Lauderdale, FL. Your first stop will be the private island of Half Moon Caye, where you can rest and soak up the sun and surf for the day.

After an entertaining day at sea, you will dock in Falmouth, Jamaica where you are an easy transfer to climb the Dunn’s River Falls, take a bike tour in the Blue Mountains to learn about coffee or go shopping in Ocho Rios. Your next port is Georgetown, Grand Cayman Island. Don’t miss this opportunity to swim with the rays, shop or take a glass bottom boat tour. Snorkeling and diving are a must in Cozumel, Mexico which is your final island stop. But the fun isn’t over yet, as you will have another full day at sea to enjoy all the amenities on the ship.

I have reserved space on this ship for my clients. Contact me for cabin options and pricing.

Holland America Niew Amsterdam 21 March, 2020

Highlights of Ireland and Scotland

In September of 2020, I will be hosting a tour of Ireland and Scotland through Cosmos Tours. Our group will consist of 20 people and will incorporate into the already existing tour group. I am offering a pre-night and two post tour nights so that you will have more time to explore these great cities. The coach tour will begin on September 11th, 2020. It is a 12 day tour that will cover the major sites, sounds and tastes of these countries. The pre-night will allow you to get over jet lag a bit before diving into Ireland.

Ring of Kerry, Ireland

We will drive south towards Waterford, Blarney Castle and the Ring of Kerry, before we turn north and see the iconic Cliffs of Moher, the geologic marvel of the Giants Causeway and end our time in Ireland in Belfast and the Titanic Museum. A ferry crossing will take us over to Scotland and up the west coast to Glasgow. On the following day, we will continue up the west coast and into the Scottish Highlands, where we will spend the night. The National Park of the Cairngorms will be our back drop as we head southeast through St Andrews and into Edinburgh.

Holyrood Castle, Edinburgh, Scotland

Here you will have the option to add on two additional nights. There is so much to see and do in this ancient city that it would be a shame not to spend a bit of extra time. Please contact me for more details. Space is limited and I am collecting deposits now. I hope to see you in Ireland!

Highlights of Ireland and Scotland Tour September 11th, 2020