This week, Disney Cruise Line added a couple new port adventure options for guests to choose when sailing to San Juan, Puerto Rico aboard the Disney Fantasy. Both adult only port adventures will include a sightseeing tour of Old San Juan and either a tour around the current San Juan metropolis, or a trip over to Casa Bacadi which includes a complimentary rum beverage.
- Bacardi Rum Distillery & Old San Juan City Tour – Adult Only Departure
Guests will board an air conditioned motor-coach for a 30 minute drive to visit the Bacardi rum factory, the largest rum factory in the world! After about an hour exploring the plant, and tropical gardens, you will be transported on a tour of Old San Juan. In Old San Juan guests will visit the San Cristobal Fortress which is the largest fort built by the Spanish in the New World for a guided tour.
Duration: 5 to 5.5 hours | Price: $59 (ages 18 and up)
- New & Old San Juan City Tour – Adult Only Departure
Guests will go beyond the cobblestone streets with a guided tour of New San Juan which will include important sites from sports, art & culture to businesses that together make Puerto Rico such an exceptional island. The tour will move to Old San Juan, and allow guests to explore San Cristobal Fort during a 45-minute guided tour. The port adventure includes a brief period for guests to shop at Plaza Colon before returning to the pier. Guests will also have the option of remaining in Old San Juan following the tour, but will be required to walk or arrange transportation back to the ship.
Duration: 4 to 4.5 hours | Price: $59 (ages 18 and up)
The Disney Fantasy will resume port calls to San Juan during her Eastern Caribbean sailings beginning in November and continue through the spring of 2015.
Although, the Disney Magic is home porting in San Juan this September and October for a series of Southern Caribbean cruises, there are currently no pre or post stay port adventures offered at this time. For those traveling to San Juan to embark on the Disney Magic you may find our tour of Old San Juan and Castillo San Felipe del Morro, or our adventure over to Casa Bacardi worth a read.