9-Nights Costa Rica to Panama Voyage

Delight in Panama and Costa Rica’s natural treasures by exploring remote, protected parks and landscapes of the rich Pacific Coast in search of spectacular biodiversity and vibrant birdlife. From Panama’s remote Darien Province, which is pract

9 nights from $6798 per person

Supplier: International Expeditions

No Single Supplement on the December 20, 2019 Departure

Valid for new bookings made any time, for travel on the December 20, 2019 departure. Please contact your travel advisor 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to availability, may not be combinable with certain fares or other amenity offers, is capacity controlled and may be withdrawn at any time.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 may apply.

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Featured Destinations

San Jose (C.R.)

The sophisticated capital of Costa Rica, San Jose, has been endowed with a vibrant street life as well as a refined cultural life. You'll see contemporary structures of glass and steel, as well as colonial, Victorian, and classical architecture, exotic birds, giant butterflies, and picturesque scenery. Costa Rica offers some of the world's most thrilling sights to those who seek a new adventure.

Panama City

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.

Gatun Lake (Panama)

This small family recreational area is used by residents of the Atlantic community and employees of the Panama Canal Commission. While ashore experience folk dances and entertainment, marvel at excellent handicrafts or just relax. Nature walks are available from the club every hour and last from 30 to 40 minutes. The small lagoon is reputed to be home to an alligator. A local expert who will point out the flora and fauna of the area will accompany you. Gatun Lake abounds with fresh water peacock bass - avid fisherman may wish to join the fishing excursion. Go on wildlife watching expedition by boat and sail along the shore in search of the area's myriad species of birds, caiman, howler monkeys, and sloths. Visit Mono Island with its three capuchin monkeys. Another outstanding opportunity is to see Gatun Locks and the ships passing through. Visit Fort San Lorenzo, the Chagres River and surrounding rain forest.

Manuel Antonio National Park

Manuel Antonio National Park was established in 1972 by Costa Rica to preserve the biodiversity of one of the most beautiful areas in the world. Its stunning beauty and diverse wildlife is unequaled. Walk through rainforests to expansive, sandy beaches - then take a dive to coral reefs under the sea. The forest is home for sloths, iguanas, the rare adorable squirrel monkeys and millions of colorful little crabs. The trail around Punta Catedral affords some spectacular views. The southern facing beach, Playa Manuel Antonio, is a picturesque half mile long, white sand crescent with deep green foliage on one side and a private, secluded cove on the other. Standing with your feet dug into the sand watching waves crash against rocks on either side of the lagoon, it is easy to believe you are a thousand miles from anywhere.

Pearl Island

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

Osa Peninsula

The pristine rainforests and the rugged natural beauty of the Osa Peninsula make this region among the most beautiful areas in Costa Rica. Declared ‘one of the most biologically intense places on earth’ by the National Geographic Magazine, the Osa Peninsula along with Drake Bay have today, become the premier eco-tourism destination in the county.

Casa Orquideas

Casa de Orquideas also known as the real-life Garden of Eden, is a short 25 minute boat ride from Puerto Jimenez, Costa Rica. Casa de Oruideas was founded 30 years ago by American expats Ron and Trudy McAllister. Self-taught botanists, the pair have collections of tropical fruit trees, bromeliads, cycads, palms, heliconias, ornamental plants and varieties of orchids.



Visitors can take a 2 hour guided tour and experience sweet tasting seeds, smell fresh grown vanilla beans and marvel at nature’s beauties.

Fort San Lorenzo

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Soberania National Park

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Cebaco Island

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Darien National Park

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Restingue Island

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Valid Travel Dates

Departure Dates:
From
Until
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12/20/2019
12/20/2019
$6798pp
Prices Start at:
$6798
Number of Nights:
9
Vacation Inclusions:
  • 7 nights accommodations aboard the Panorama (or similar)
  • 2 nights Pre- and Post-cruise accommodations as outlined in the itinerary
  • All meals on cruise
  • Local beer and wine with meals onboard
  • Guide

Air City:
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Vacation Rating:
Deluxe
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All prices are per person, land/cruise only, based on double occupancy, unless otherwise noted. Internal and international airfares are not included. Information and pricing is subject to change without notice, including changes in the currency exchange rate. Prices may vary by day of travel, season, duration and are subject to availability at time of booking. Certain blackout dates may apply. Air, immigration and/or other fees and taxes are not included unless noted. All efforts have been made to ensure the accuracy of the information contained herein. Should an error occur, we reserve the right to correct it. Terms and conditions apply.
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Landmark Travel, Inc.
12 SE 8th Street
Ft. Lauderdale, FL 33316
(954) 523-0727
(800) 547-0727
 

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