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P&O Cruises Reveals New Shore Experiences Aboard Arvia

P&O Ariva Shore Excursions

P&O Cruises announced new shore experiences aboard the Arvia, the company’s newest ship arriving in December.

The newly introduced shore experiences won’t be available aboard any other ships in the fleet, according to a company statement.

New shore experiences include: 

  • Eco-friendly bg-wheel electric scooters in St Lucia. Guests will have the opportunity to explore St Lucia’s coastline on custom-built iRide scooters and visit Rodney Bay Marina, the famous fishing village of Gros Islet and Pigeon Island National Landmark as well as enjoy stunning views from the Cas-en-Bas Viewpoint.
  • All-inclusive Bayahibe beach resort in the Dominican Republic. Guests can enjoy a 5-star Be Live Collection Canoa resort in the fishing village of Bayahibe. Facilities include a swimming pool, volleyball nets, and an open bar for cocktails and drinks. Free beach towels, sun beds, and lunch are included.
  • Create your own Batik in St Kitts. Guests can enjoy creating their own batik in the ancestral home of Caribelle Batik.
  • Caribbean cuisine & rhum tasting in St Maarten. Guests can enjoy Caribbean delicacies and taste over 20 of rhum at the Topper’s Rhum Distillery in St Maarten. The offer includes watching the chef preparing Caribbean-style cuisine including breadfruit balls and fried local fish with Sauce Sousk. Meals will be served in a 17th-century wine cellar.
  • Bajan craft beer & rum tasting in Barbados. Guests will have the opportunity to visit the Foursquare Rum Distillery and learn about processes and techniques used to create rum. This is followed by a visit to DreadHop Brewing where guests can learn about and sample a variety of beers. 

The company’s newest ship is scheduled to set sail for its maiden season of seven and 14-night fly/cruises from the United Kingdom to the Caribbean on January 6, 2023. 

The ship will visit a number of islands including Antigua (Antigua and Barbuda), Bridgetown (Barbados), Curaçao (Curaçao), La Romana (Dominican Republic), Fort de France (Martinique), Basseterre (St Kitts), Castries (St Lucia), and St Maarten (Saint Maarten).

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