Sail to Bonaire with Pullmantur
Following the appointment of a new Pullmantur Cruises Director for Latin America; itineraries around the region will see an enhancement. In a recent statement, Pullmantur announced that the new director, Alejandro Paez, “will be responsible for leading and overseeing the development of the group in the region, seeking new opportunities in the Latin American market.”
This will result in more routes around South America being introduced over the next few years. Prior to his appointment, the South American island of Bonaire was added to selected Caribbean itineraries – with Pullmantur passengers being able to experience this destination for the first time from September 2015.
Situated just north of Venezuela, Bonaire is part of the ABC islands – which consists of Aruba, Bonaire and Curacao. In addition to relaxing on one of the many beaches, Bonaire presents many opportunities to the passing traveller. One of the most appealing factors of the island is the opportunity to witness wild iguanas, as well as flamingos and many other native birds.
Bonaire also presents the chance to participate in a number of extreme sports, such as scuba diving, snorkelling and wind surfing. For those for something slightly less adventurous, a simple stroll anywhere on the island will allow you to soak up the surrounding natural beauty.
This beautiful destination will replace La Guaira, of Venezuela. Passengers sailing on board Monarch will be among the first to experience this fantastic, Dutch inspired paradise with Pullmantur.
Pullmantur will also offer more cruises out of the popular Colombian port, Cartagena – as opposed to busier US ports such as Miami and Fort Lauderdale.
Wherever you decide to travel, with Pullmantur you will be able to take full advantage of an all-inclusive package that covers food, drinks, transfers, gratuities and taxes. As well as cruises around South America; Pullmantur can also take passengers to other exciting destinations such as: the Caribbean, Mediterranean, Northern Europe and Norwegian Fjords.Tweet