7-night Pure Panama: Cultures, Coasts & Canal

Cruise Line:
UnCruise Adventures
Ship:
Safari Voyager
Destination:
Roundtrip Panama City
Departure Date:
5/5/2017
Length:
7
Offer ID:
1225875
from
$4395

The Signature Collection – Exclusive Amenities
The Signature Collection Sailings offer Exceptional Value and Exclusive Amenities.


EXCLUSIVE AMENITIES (per couple):

  • $100 Shipboard Credit

The 64-guest Safari Voyager offers personal comforts, full uncompromising amenities, and upscale accommodations. Sights are revealed from the window-lined lounge with sweeping 270-degree views. Enjoy the vessel's cozy library and elegant dining room, all outfitted with nautical décor. Ideally designed to spotlight the magnificent natural surroundings, the Safari Voyager features four public decks including a spacious upper sun deck.

$350 per Couple Savings.

Please contact your travel consultant for more information.*

*Promotion is subject to availability, may not be combinable with certain fares or other amenity offers, is capacity controlled and may be withdrawn at any time. Other restrictions apply.

Itinerary

Destination
Arrival
Departure
Land Tour: Panama City
5/5/2017
5/5/2017

The sights of Panama City are many, but much of it can be seen on foot. The Plaza de Francia is dedicated to the 22,000 workers who perished while building the Panama Canal. The ruins of the Church of Santo Domingo features an arch that has stood unsupported for hundreds of years. The golden altar of the Church of San Jose is the only original piece of architecture completely in tact after the Pirate Henry Morgan destroyed the city. There are many museums to explore in Panama City including: the newly restored Museum of Religious Art; the Museum of the History of Panama; the Atnthropology Museum; and the Museum of Natural Science. At Panama Viejo, view all the remains of the city’s original site.

Land Tour: Transfer to Ship
5/5/2017
5/5/2017

Depart to the cruise ship for embarkation on a trip of a lifetime!

Colon (Panama)
5/5/2017
5/5/2017

There’s more to Panama than the canal. Panama’s ethnic mix is reflected in its arts. This is a proud nation that honors its many Indian tribes and its rich Spanish legacy. And with some of the finest deep-sea fishing, snorkeling and birding, once you embrace Panama, you’ll find it hard to leave.

Guna Yala
5/6/2017
5/6/2017

No information currently available.

Guna Yala
5/7/2017
5/7/2017

No information currently available.

Chagres River
5/8/2017
5/8/2017

No information currently available.

Panama Canal
5/8/2017
5/8/2017

Linking the Atlantic to the Pacific, the Panama Canal provides one of cruising's most unforgettable experiences. Over 10 years were needed to complete the canal's 51 miles in 1914 - so avoiding the lengthy and often dangerous voyage around Cape Horn. 'The Big Ditch' lifts vessels by a fascinating feat of mechanics aided by on-shore 'mule' locomotives through three great locks, traversing man-made lakes, channels blasted through rock, and the dense jungle. Two other special highlights of the canal are Gatun Lake and the Gaillard cut. Gatun Lake is one of the world's largest man-made lakes covering 163 square miles. Gaillard Cut is an 8 mile channel built through solid rock which was the most difficult excavation in the canal construction.

Marine Life Search
5/9/2017
5/9/2017

No information currently available.

Darien Jungle
5/10/2017
5/10/2017

Darien is the region forming part of the easternmost Isthmus of Panama and the link between Central and South America. It is a hot, humid area typified by tropical rainforests, mangrove swamps, and low mountain ranges with cloud forest and is one of the most biologically diverse regions of the world. You can explore the Sambu river of the Darien National Park which was added to the World Heritage List in 1981. It is home to the indigenous Choco Indians and many endangered species such as harpy eagles, jaguars and several types of Macaw.

Pearl Island
5/11/2017
5/11/2017

Some of the most renowned pearls in the world come from the oysters on the seabed around the hundred or so islands which make up the Pearl Island archipelago in the Gulf of Panama.

The islands are mostly uninhabited. There are some fishing communities and only two of the islands have tourist development. Contadora began to be developed in the seventies with the construction of a hotel and airstrip. Residential development followed around the superb beaches which surround this and other islands

Panama City
5/12/2017
5/12/2017

The sights of Panama City are many, but much of it can be seen on foot. The Plaza de Francia is dedicated to the 22,000 workers who perished while building the Panama Canal. The ruins of the Church of Santo Domingo features an arch that has stood unsupported for hundreds of years. The golden altar of the Church of San Jose is the only original piece of architecture completely in tact after the Pirate Henry Morgan destroyed the city. There are many museums to explore in Panama City including: the newly restored Museum of Religious Art; the Museum of the History of Panama; the Atnthropology Museum; and the Museum of Natural Science. At Panama Viejo, view all the remains of the city’s original site.

Itinerary subject to change without notice. Please confirm itinerary at time of booking.

Rates are capacity controlled, subject to availability and change without notice.

Stateroom Description & Pricing Info

Oceanview Cruise Only Price  
MST - Master Cabin $4395
CMN - Commander Cabin $4995
CAP - Captain Cabin $5395
ADM - Admiral Cabin $6095
SGL - Single Cabin $6395
COM - Jr. Commodore Cabin $6795

*** WAITLIST: Availability in this category is to be advised. Please contact us to request a quote.

Departure Date:
5/5/2017
Number of Nights
7
Cruise Inclusions:
  • Transit the 48-mile-long Panamá Canal
  • Visit the Miraflores Locks Visitor Center - the observation deck and exhibition halls provide insight and great views
  • Discover indigenous culture of the Guna Indians and Emberá people
  • Kayak, paddle board, and snorkel among the Las Perlas and Guna Yala islands
  • Explore historic Casco Antiguo and San Lorenzo Fort
  • Wildlife viewing in Darién Jungle by motorized dugout canoe
  • Bird watching along the Chagres River
  • Interpretive presentations on board and ashore
Remarks:

FARES INCLUDE - All onboard meals; premium spirits, fine wine, microbrews; non-alcoholic beverages; exclusive transfers and baggage handling between airport/vessel on embark/disembark days; port taxes/fees; entry fees to national parks/preserves; all from-the-boat adventure activities and equipment; wellness program: sauna, fitness equipment, yoga mats, and a complimentary massage.

Fares are per person double occupancy, in USD. Select cabins are available for single occupancy at a 150% supplement; all other staterooms (except Single) are available at 175% of double occupancy rate. Charter up to 64 guests.

All fares are quoted in US Dollars.

Offer ID:
1225875

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Company Info

Cruise Experts Travel, LTD.
2979 West 41st Avenue
Vancouver, British Columbia
V6N 3C8

(604) 737-8100
(800) 565-2784
 
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