Destination: Panama Canal


Panama CanalThe Panama Canal acts as a key component for international maritime trade. Built from 1904 through 1914, the canal joins the Atlantic Ocean with the Pacific Ocean. Named one of the seven modern wonders of the world, the canal is an amazing feat of modern engineering. A Panama Canal cruise offers a way to see the best of both east and west.

“An epic cruise journey that highlights the warm waters of the Caribbean and white-sand beaches of the Pacific Coast.” During the journey, you’ll visit Costa Rica, Mexico, Colombia and of course the three famous Gatun Locks. Delighting travelers for years, the Panama Canal continues to be a marvel worth seeing.

Planning a journey has never been easier with various trip lengths, it’s possible to plan the perfect short getaway or a month long expedition. Spend seven days traveling Central America from Puerto Caldera to Colon. Round trips are an option as well, leaving and returning to Miami or Fort Lauderdale, Florida. Spend ten or eleven days seeing the wonders of the Atlantic and Pacific Ocean.

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If you’re interested in spending more time, spend two weeks – up to 17 days – traveling from Fort Lauderdale to San Diego or even New York City to Los Angeles. For those looking to truly escape, spend up to 24 days traveling from Callo to Buenos Aires. Free air fare, hotel and unlimited shore excursions wait.

“From the beauty and serenity of Fuerte Amador, Panama to the lovely shores of Puerto Limon, Costa Rica, this beautiful land has delighted travelers for ages.” Now is the time to experience a modern marvel.

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