Norwegian Cruise Line

7-day Cruise to Caribbean: Harvest Caye, Cozumel & Roatan from Miami, Florida on Norwegian Escape

The Magic City might make it hard to say goodbye. Explore the art deco architecture on South Beach with a walk down Ocean Drive or indulge in a café Cubano from a café on Calle Ocho. The Caribbean’s premier resort-style destination awaits you in Harvest Caye. Settle in poolside or explore the 7-acres of beachfront before grabbing some souvenirs and zip lining across the entire island. In Cozumel, visit the Mayan ruins outside San Miguel before diving into the coastal waters to snorkel along the coral reefs.

07/15/2023 through 04/12/2025
07/15/2023 through 04/20/2025

Day 1

Nestled between Biscayne Bay to the east and Everglades National Park to the west, Miami, Florida is one of the Sunshine State's most vibrant, culturally diverse, and dynamic cities. Neon pink lights and tropical nights beckon you to this popular tourist destination, a favorite port for travelers on Caribbean and Trans-Atlantic cruises.

Miami’s expansive stretch of sand and sun is a beach-lover’s paradise. Lined with palm trees, Miami Beach and South Beach are excellent sites to soak up some Vitamin C, take a plunge in warm cerulean waters, and traverse the bay by boat. South Beach boasts amazing nightlife, including stunning rooftop bars with ocean views and vivid nightclubs. The LGBTQ community has contributed immensely to the city’s nightlife – several gay bars and drag clubs are some of Miami’s most sought-after spots for dancing. You’ll find the famous Art Deco district, with a delightful collection of vintage architectural masterpieces, mere steps from the sandy coastline.

A veritable melting-pot, Miami has been heavily influenced by Latin American culture. Visit the city’s Little Haiti and Little Havana neighborhoods to discover authentic Cuban and Haitian cuisine, colorful art museums, jazz bars, and robust brewed coffee. Revel in a savory bite of the classic Cubano sandwich, a staple in Miami.

Whether golfing, fishing, partying, or sun-bathing, sunny Miami, Florida has something for everyone!


Day 2 Enjoy this day at sea as you travel to your next port of call. This is an opportunity to swim, catch some sun on deck or take advantage of the many activities that are onboard your ship. Eat heartily, take a nap and get ready for the next port of call ! This is what makes cruising so great.
Day 3

Arrive Time: 10:00 AM – Depart Time: 6:00 PM
Day 4 Belize is an independent state in northeastern Central America. The climate of Belize is subtropical, moderated by sea breezes along the coast. The average annual temperature is about 26.1° C (about 79° F). A rainy season extends from May to February. Slightly less than half the area of Belize is covered by forests; deciduous trees are found in the north; tropical hardwood trees predominate in the south.

Arrive Time: 8:00 AM – Depart Time: 5:00 PM
Day 5 This small cruise port is located in Mexico's Yucatan peninsula south of Playa del Carmen, near Belize. It is famous for Chacchoben, a breathtaking set of Mayan ruins. The port has a new and modern shopping mall and the central plaza has saltwater pools and 'swim-up' style bars for tourists to enjoy.

Arrive Time: 8:00 AM – Depart Time: 5:00 PM
Day 6 A Caribbean island paradise, Cozumel lies a short distance from Mexico's Yucatán Peninsula. Tourism is the main economic engine here: visitors can enjoy a variety of activities, whether taking advantage of world-class snorkeling and scuba diving, swimming with dolphins, or lounging with a drink at one of the island's seaside resorts. Venture outside of touristy downtown Cozumel to discover the island's breathtaking natural beauty. Drive to the island's southern tip to Punta Sur Park, home to some colorful wildlife and one of Cozumel's most spectacular beaches, or head north to the San Gervasio archaeological site, where you'll find ancient Mayan ruins and a wildlife refuge brimming with iguanas. Visit Cozumel in February to experience the island's festive Carnival celebrations, occurring annually the week prior to Mardi Gras. Stunning Cozumel awaits!

Arrive Time: 8:00 AM – Depart Time: 6:00 PM
Day 7 Enjoy this day at sea as you travel to your next port of call. This is an opportunity to swim, catch some sun on deck or take advantage of the many activities that are onboard your ship. Eat heartily, take a nap and get ready for the next port of call ! This is what makes cruising so great.
Day 8

Nestled between Biscayne Bay to the east and Everglades National Park to the west, Miami, Florida is one of the Sunshine State's most vibrant, culturally diverse, and dynamic cities. Neon pink lights and tropical nights beckon you to this popular tourist destination, a favorite port for travelers on Caribbean and Trans-Atlantic cruises.

Miami’s expansive stretch of sand and sun is a beach-lover’s paradise. Lined with palm trees, Miami Beach and South Beach are excellent sites to soak up some Vitamin C, take a plunge in warm cerulean waters, and traverse the bay by boat. South Beach boasts amazing nightlife, including stunning rooftop bars with ocean views and vivid nightclubs. The LGBTQ community has contributed immensely to the city’s nightlife – several gay bars and drag clubs are some of Miami’s most sought-after spots for dancing. You’ll find the famous Art Deco district, with a delightful collection of vintage architectural masterpieces, mere steps from the sandy coastline.

A veritable melting-pot, Miami has been heavily influenced by Latin American culture. Visit the city’s Little Haiti and Little Havana neighborhoods to discover authentic Cuban and Haitian cuisine, colorful art museums, jazz bars, and robust brewed coffee. Revel in a savory bite of the classic Cubano sandwich, a staple in Miami.

Whether golfing, fishing, partying, or sun-bathing, sunny Miami, Florida has something for everyone!


08/06/23 - 08/13/23

Starting At $1,049

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04/13/25 - 04/20/25

Starting At $799

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Fares shown are in U.S. dollars unless otherwise noted, and are per person, based on double occupancy. Government taxes, fees, and fuel supplement (where applicable) are additional. NCL reserves the right to charge a fuel supplement without prior notice should the closing price of West Texas Intermediate Fuel increase above $65 per barrel on the NYMEX (New York Mercantile Exchange Index). In the event a fuel supplement is charged, NCL will have sole discretion to apply the supplementary charge to both existing and new bookings, regardless of whether such bookings have been paid in full. Such supplementary charges are not included in the cruise fare. The fuel supplement charge will not exceed $10.00 per passenger per day. Prices are based on availability and subject to change.

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