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not done it but you might have to get a taxi from airport to ferry.
you can ask them on this email
or check here
hope it helps
Written Feb 10, 2013
best is rental car and go to Ponce, in less than an hour, really beautiful scenary.
parking is fine, I never use public transport there. And locals neither.
this route planner will help
Hope it helps
Written Jan 9, 2013
you have many options including hotwire, travelocity in addition to those already mentioned above.
there is also a connection thru Nassau, miami,nassau, george town on bahamas ferries
used to be more in my younger days ,was my backyard,hopefully will see some newer tips here
Written Dec 20, 2012
While back was at Freeport and Lucaya, no problems walking and when needed took a scooter bike for 35 USD per day, then there is a bus between port Lucaya marketplace and the International bazaar to downtown or city center area and then to West End and East End. cost about a 1 dollar to 4 for West End. Exact change is a must.
This is their official tourist site
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Written Apr 21, 2012
The CARNIVAL VICTORY was an excellent way to bask in the warm caribbean weather, view the different islands and enjoy sumptous dinner all the way. We left from San Juan, PUERTO RICO and journeyed all the way to Bridgetown, BARBADOS and then back. I really felt like a modern CRISTOBAL COLON even to discovering getaways to revisit. My favourite was St Thomas a 'definite re-visit' and to include St Croix. St Maarten is wonderful for its shopping- I regret not doing all my shopping there.
Updated Jun 7, 2011
Phone: (473) 440-7245
It is Hurricane season all over the Caribbean at that time and you can expect most of the islands to be hot during this time. This applies to the caribbean coast of Central America and Mexico as well.
Most of Central America can be easily traversed during this time, except perhaps Cancun which gets hit by Hurricanes. Flights can be delayed because of a Hurricane in the region. You can fly to Cuba from Cancun, Nassau and Toronto, Montreal, Kingston and Mexico City apart from south american destinations,and if you have a licence to fly direct, there are about seven flights a day from Miami.(foreign nationals who are not resident in the usa are not allowed on these flights). Costa Rica and Guatemala are well trodden. Honduras Nicaragua and Panama less so.
Written Apr 28, 2010
The best connections are going to be with COPA air from Panama.. they have twice and sometimes thrice daily services to La Habana.. they are also good for travel to Jamaica from Central America in fact they may be the only way to fly to Jamaica from central america..
cuba to jamaica trip is a short but an expensive leg.. you can fly air jamaica from havana to kingston or montego bay..
so theoretically you can fly into havana with copa and fly out of kingston with copa for your central american destinations..
Written Feb 16, 2009
My wife and I just got done traveling through Guatemala. We entered in Mexico, went to Xela, then to Panajachel, Antigua, Chichicastenango, then up to Tikal. The roads are better than in Mexico, we found few potholes. However, as of December 2008, Highway 1 from Quetzaltenango (Xela) to Antigua is in construction to turn the road into a four lane highway. This will cause delays and dangerous situations due to poorly marked constructions signs. It is advised to follow other vehicles since the road will change from a four lane highway to both directions of traffic sharing one side of a 4 lane highway without good signs indicating the change. You will also encounter hazardous low shoulders and low visibility due to dust.
Road signs are minimal, but stopping in populated areas to ask for directions is useful. Be careful to not stop in isolated areas, and I would recommend to always park your car overnight at a hotel with secure parking.
I am currently working on posting more information about driving in Guatemala at www.drivetheamericas.com
Enjoy your trip!
Updated Dec 19, 2008
Hello, you will find this information at http://thebusschedule.com. There you will find everything you need for your travel trough Guatemala, Belize, Honduras, El Salador, Nicaragua, Costa Rica and Panama. Schedules for buses, ships and trains are available.
Written Nov 9, 2008
Phone: +506 2265-7996
There are several crucial points;1]Purchase good,up to date road maps of both Mexico and Central America.2]Depending on your entry point into Mexico,Always try to stay on the Autopista[Mexican toll-roads]3]I reccomend the Gulf Coast route [Matamoros-Tampico-Vera Cruz-Minatitlan-San-Cristobal-La Masilla[Gutemalan Border]4]Always carry a spare tire,extra gas and water,and road emergency markers[triangles]required by law in Honduras.Preferably,your making this trip in a 4-wheel drive vehicle,remember that gasoline is over 4 dollars a gallon down here,that is why I personally prefer an Isuzu Rodeo or similar compact SUV,and,of course,Good Luck!!
Written Apr 5, 2008
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