Make a spiritual pilgrimage in the Caribbean and the Americas like a pirate by sailing the seven! Cruise through Seven cruise itineraries to ethereal locations where legends that transcend time were born.
In this four part series, CruiseCompete provided information on worldwide pilgrimage locations that consistently draw travelers in with their history and mystique – all accessible by ship....so you can travel the world seeing the sacred sites like a pirate!
This four segment touches on locations in the Caribbean, North America and South America. Pirates traveled the seven seas in search of a dream, a pilgrimage of their own to line their pockets, or seeking that illusive fountain of youth. Things don't change much, just the technology in which we search by.
Caribbean Cruises Visit:
1. National Hindu street festival (the Festival of Light) that takes place annually in October or November. Bridgetown, Trinidad and Tobago: Diwali.
North America Cruises Visit:
2. Resting place for 300,000 American servicemen and servicewomen. Baltimore, Virginia: Arlington National Cemetery
3. This is Mexico’s three-day "death" festival – a celebration of life. Huatulco, Mexico: Day of the Dead
4. Memorial museum on the ruins of the World Trade Center. New York, New York: Ground Zero
South America Cruises Visit:
5. Isla Del Sol and Isla Del La Luna are ancient holy sites of the Inca; and home to the “Fountain of Youth.” Copacabana, South America: Islands of the Sun and Moon.
6. Famed rock carvings in various stages of completion. Easter Island, South Pacific: Easter Island.
7. Sacred Incan city and valley in the Andes. Lima, Peru: Machu Picchu/ Sacred Valley of the Inca.
The sites in the Caribbean, North America and South America are but a sampling of cruise-accessible locations. To read more information on worldwide locations, please visit http://www.cruisecompete.com/sacred_places/.
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