Itineraries can be laid out in paragraph order or by a table. Both examples are below:

During your trip, you will experience deluxe five-star accommodations, pampering services, gourmet meals and an exciting list of optional excursions each day. Before beginning registration, please send a copy of your passport to Colleen. Also, don’t forget to add your frequent flyer number during the registration.

Saturday, October 19 – To Puerto Vallarta

This morning board your flight to Puerto Vallarta. Upon arrival, pass through passport control and customs and then you will be greeted and transferred to the five-star Hyatt Ziva resort.

The afternoon is free to enjoy the beautiful setting and amenities of this hotel.

Sunday October 20 – In Puerto Vallarta

Group Dinner - Location and Time TBA

Sunday - Wednesday, October 20 - 23 – In Puerto Vallarta

These days are free days to enjoy Puerto Vallarta. Optional activities can be purchased at the hotel from the tour desk. Below is a list of the top excursions in Puerto Vallarta.

Thursday, October 24 – Return from Puerto Vallarta

After a wonderful time being pampered, enjoying excellent food and exciting experiences, you will transfer to the airport to check-in for your return flight home.

Day Date Destination Arrive Depart
1 Sunday, Mar 01 Miami --- 16:00
2 Monday, Mar 02 At Sea --- ---
3 Tuesday, Mar 03 San Juan, Puerto Rico 17:30 23:30
4 Wednesday, Mar 04 St. Thomas 08:00 18:00
5 Thursday, Mar 05 Tortola 08:00 17:00
6 Friday, Mar 06 At Sea --- ---
7 Saturday, Mar 07 At Sea --- ---
8 Sunday, Mar 08 Miami 07:00 ---


As any Conquistador could have told you centuries ago, San Juan’s harbor is the most secure in the Caribbean and because of that, it became one of the principal ports in the Caribbean. The cannons of El Morrow Fortress still overlook the harbor but today its harbor is used for cruise ships and is the second largest cruise port in the Caribbean. San Juan has maintained its historical flavor. Just a short walk from the pier is Old San Juan. A tall, thick wall initially built to protect against pirate invasions surrounds this seven-square-block area of pastel-colored colonial buildings. El Morro Fortress offers a fascinating look into the past. It was built in the 1500's and has been preserved by the U.S. Forrest Service and is San Juan’s most photographed site.


It's the beautiful, calm turquoise waters of the Caribbean that demand attention in St. Thomas, and there's no shortage of ways to explore the sea. These warm waters are home to legendary pirate stories and schools of tropical fish. Charlotte Amalie offers excellent duty-free markets and is one of the best places in the Caribbean to shop for local handicrafts and goods from around the world, such as watches, woolens, cameras, jewelry, liquor and leather goods. St. John is a lush tropical island just off St.Thomas and is uniquely unspoiled, with three quarters designated as a National Park.


Just a 30 minute ferry ride from St. Thomas in the U.S.V.I., or a 30 minute plane ride from San Juan, the stunning 50-plus islands and cays that comprise the British Virgin Islands have two great assets - accessibility and virgin beauty. Known for years as a "sailor's paradise," yacht cruisers were among the first to realize this was indeed one of "Nature's Little Secrets", which is the territory's official slogan. The B.V.I., a British territory, is blessed by year-round tradewinds and temperate weather that averages 81 degrees Fahrenheit.