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Setting sail from San Juan
Founded by the Spanish in 1521, Puerto Rico's capital is the second oldest European settlement in the Americas. Modern San Juan is a bustling city, home to over a third of the island's population, but the cobbled streets of the Old Town remain the biggest tourist draw. The colonial-era fortifications have been awarded UNESCO World Heritage status, crowned by the imposing waterfront El Morro fortress, and the Old Town is full of attractive, brightly coloured houses. Outside of the Old Town you can find designer shopping on Avenida Ashford, and the north of the city is fringed by beautiful beaches, including fashionable Condado with its hip hotels and bars.
Hunt out the very best chuletas Can-Can and pastelillos – local food at its best is great. Don’t settle for sorry imitations.
Dominican Republic: Samaná
The Samaná Peninsula provides a different perspective on the Dominican Republic to the overdeveloped east coast, offering both unspoilt natural beauty and glimpses of everyday life. Between January and March the bay is a popular location for spotting humpback whales, while the town of Las Terrenas is known for its sophisticated nightlife.
Turks and Caicos Islands: Grand Turk
Grand Turk is the capital of the Turks and Caicos, a collection of sleepy and spectacularly beautiful coral islands to the east of the Bahamas. The pristine white sands and turquoise waters are the main attraction, and the extensive barrier reef makes this a popular destination for divers in the know.
Turks and Caicos Islands: Providenciales
Bahamas: Clarence Town (Long Island)
Long Island lives up to its name, 80 miles long but just 4 miles wide. The rugged east coast is exposed to the crashing waves of the Atlantic, while the sandy western shore is lapped by calmer turquoise waters. Highlights include stunning white sand beaches, historic churches and labyrinthine cave systems.
Bahamas: Staniel Cay
Staniel Cay is part of the Exuma Cays, a collection of dazzling white sand islands where the jetset come to escape the outside world. Just next to Staniel Cay is the uninhabited Big Major Cay, home to the famous swimming pigs, who love to paddle in the crystal clear waters.
Bahamas: Great Harbour Cay
Arriving in West Palm Beach
Palm Beach is the third richest city in the USA, a billionaire's playground that has gained notoriety of late as the home of Mar-a-Lago, Donald Trump's exclusive resort and private member's club. With its golden sands, balmy climate and glitzy boutiques, it's not hard to see why this city has been attracting the rich and the famous for over a hundred years. Palm Beach is built on a barrier island connected by bridges to the Florida mainland, where you'll find the cruise port and the grittier sister city of West Palm Beach.
Your home from home
Just 56 fortunate couples enjoy a completely relaxed al fresco holiday experience and a quirky individual style of service that is way beyond the norm.
What we love
This has to be one of our favourite travel experiences. We love the al fresco feel, dining outside for all meals if you wish, and even spending the night sleeping under the stars on the Balinese dream beds. The totally laid back style means SeaDream is the ultimate chill.
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|Style||A place where you are nurtured, indulged and cared for, with no rules and no schedule. Lots of action if that's what you want, or nothing at all if you prefer.|
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Where to stay in Puerto Rico
If you want to stay in San Juan itself, El Convento is definitely the nicest choice. For resort hotels, we love the Ritz Carlton Reserve at Dorado Beach.
Explore Puerto Rico
In the El Yunque rainforest you will find the habitat of Puerto Rico's endangered wildlife - not to mention beautiful views.