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7 Wonders of Carnival

Posted by Anita Dunham-Potter On July - 20 - 2007

While a recent vote has seen the selection of the supposed new Seven Wonders of the World, Carnival Cruises has announced that its own voyages take in the much more manageable “Seven Wonders of the Caribbean”.

Passengers on a cruise and stay break to the region can explore these wonders on their shore excursions, including the Panama Canal, Mexico’s Chichen Itza, El Morro Castle in San Juan, the Mayan ruins of Tulum, Trunk Bay Beach at St John, the Baths in Virgin Gorda and the Mesoamerican barrier reef system.

Other regional sights earning an honourable mention from Carnival Cruises include the Basilica at Higuey, the El Yunque Rainforest and Chacchoben Mayan ruins.

Terry Thornton, vice president of marketing planning at Carnival Cruises said: “While seeing the Seven Wonders of the World may be out of reach for many vacationers, Carnival provides fantastic and affordable journeys to the Seven Wonders of the Caribbean.”

He added that those on a Caribbean cruise are in good company, with the region being the most popular cruise holiday destination in the world.

In May 2007, Carnival Cruises announced that it had started to take bookings for its exotic eastern Caribbean cruises on board its Carnival Splendor liner for its inaugural 2008 season.

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