Antarctica & Arctic
Explore these wondrous lands, though your journey will be anything but arduous as you set sail between two seas—gathering unforgettable memories.
Destinations > Costa Rica > Costa Rica & Panama Aboard Un-Cruise
seven nights cruising accommodation, all onboard meals; premium spirits, wine, microbrews; non-alcoholic beverages; exclusive transfers, baggage handling between airport/vessel on embark/disembark days, port taxes and fees, fees; entry fees to national parks and preserves, all adventure activities and equipment and wellness program
Selected Fridays; 3 Nov '17 - 3 May '19
As the first European to see the legendary Mar del Sur, Vasco Balboa walked into the “southern sea” claiming it for Spain. Hoping to find gold and pearls, it had taken Balboa and his small company of men three weeks to cross the Isthmus of Panamá. It’s your turn to explore these wondrous lands, though your journey will be anything but arduous as you set sail between two seas—gathering unforgettable memories.
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Search for untamed wildlife—
sloths, howler monkeys, scarlet
macaws, white-faced capuchins.
Snorkel and beachcomb on
Panamá’s Granito de Oro in Coiba
Explore Costa Rican lush primary
rainforest and explore the abundant,
biodiversity of the jungle.
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On arrival in San José, you’ll be transferred to Un-Cruise hospitality area to join your fellow adventurers. After everyone has gathered, travel to the Playa Herradura on the Pacific Ocean, where you’ll board the Safari Voyager and meet your enthusiastic crew. (D)
An explorer’s dream, discover an array of wildlife and wild lands. In the jungle forests of Curú Wildlife Refuge, Manuel Antonio National Park, and Corcovado—Costa Rica’s largest park—search from canopy to forest floor for spider monkeys, scarlet macaws, colourful tanagers, two- and three-toed sloths, army ants, tree frogs, caimans, anteaters, and white-faced capuchin monkeys. Keep a keen ear peeled for bellowing howler monkeys. The turquoise waters near Isla Tortuga and Coiba’s Granito de Oro—a UNESCO World Heritage Site—a snorkel reveals the colourful world below the water’s surface. The vibrant gardens, butterflies and bats, and exotic fruits of a tropical botanical reserve are a feast for the senses. And not to be outdone, take a spin in a kayak or board a skiff seeking the rare flora and fauna of the Golfo Dulce mangroves. Adventure calls, and at the end of each day, relax on deck with a tropical beverage in-hand. On your last full day, it’s captain’s choice for the ultimate experience bobbing about the Gulf of Panamá Islands. There are excellent birding opportunities, or perhaps you’ll find yourself in a tiny village at Panamá’s oldest church. Sail into the sunset on one of the top bucket-list “to do’s” on earth—transit the 48-mile-long Panamá Canal, a marvel of engineering and human tenacity. During your transit, celebrate with a special farewell dinner. (B)(L)(D)
See Day 2 for today's itinerary. (B)(L)(D)
Disembark in Colón and enjoy a scenic transfer to Panamá City airport. (B)
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