NI travellers can now fly direct to exotic Barbados

Barbados has been added to the growing list of long haul destinations available from Belfast International Airport.  P&O Cruises have announced a 14 night Fly cruise to Barbados on 3rd February 2018 on board the beautiful new ship Britannia.
Cruising on board Britannia combines the excitement of cruising with the sophistication of a five-star hotel, Britannia isn’t just the biggest ship ever built exclusively for the British market – she’s the most glamorous too.
Your 14 night itinerary starts in Bridgetown before you depart for the paradise islands of Curacao and Aruba. Sailing on over azure oceans, you will spend a day in Grenada with its waterfalls and rainforests, before moving on to St Vincent and St Lucia.  After the paradise islands of Tortola and St Kitts, it’s on to stunning Antigua, where St John’s offers world-class retail therapy, while also being close to some of the best beaches, at Fort James, Deep Bay, Galley Bay and Hawksbill. Soak up the natural beauty of Dominica with its crater lakes and waterfalls, then it’s back to beautiful Barbados, where you can enjoy a day of water sports, stunning nature walks, before your direct overnight flight home the following day.
Graham Keddie, managing director at Belfast International Airport said, “It has always been our goal to deliver destinations that local travellers want to visit direct from their local airport. We are thrilled that P&O Cruises has added Belfast as a departure point for their Caribbean cruises.  We are confident that this will be a popular addition for holidaymakers and we look forward to working with P&O Cruises to add more services.”
14 nights full board start from only £1699 per person, including return flights from Belfast. or your local travel agent.



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