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Panama Canal from Miami
Norwegian Pearl Norwegian Cruise Line 30 April 2020 11 Nights
DayDateArriveDepartPort
130/4/205PMMiami, FL
21/5/20At Sea
32/5/20At Sea
43/5/206AM2PM
Take a scenic drive through the residential area of Manga and admire the beautiful mansions. Explore the Castillo San Felipe de Barajas, a fort that was once the most important military structure built in Latin America. Enjoy a boat ride to the Islas del Rosario and continue to the island of San Martín de Pajarales to visit the aquarium. Board a beautiful Spanish galleon, a replica of a 17th century sailing ship, for a cruise of the inner bay of Cartagena.
54/5/205AM3PMPanama City, Panama
54/5/208PM
Colon lies on the stunning Caribbean coast of Panama, where unparalleled beaches and lush tropical scenery are de rigueur. In nearby Portobello, discover the ruins of Spanish forts, watch the colorful yachts sailing in the bay or hunt for treasures in the local markets. Travel to the Gatun Locks for a bird's eye view of the immense ships passing through the Panama Canal.
65/5/208AM6PMPuerto Limon
76/5/20At Sea
87/5/2010AM7PM
The Island of Roatan is filled with pristine beaches, amazing jungle-covered hills, and heartwarming people with a unique blend of cultures. This island paradise is world renowned for its diving and endless water activities. Roatan, a mere 28 miles long and an average of four miles wide is the most developed of the Bay Islands chain located just 40 miles northeast of mainland Honduras. This Caribbean secret is steeped in culture and history and lies just 100 yards off shore to one of the world's largest barrier reef. There are countless opportunities to view the abundant species of coral, tropical fish and aquatic animals. The friendly English-speaking population offers a unique blend of African, Spanish, Paya Indian and British cultures. British and Spanish settlers invaded the Paya as their respective countries fought over possession of Roatan in the 16th century. Soon after, pirates numbering nearly 5,000, including Henry Morgan, claimed Roatan as their stronghold. During the height of the slave trade, Roatan became a dumping ground for rebellious slaves that the British could no long control. These marooned slaves, now called Maroons or Garifuna, form a present day ethnic group near the town of Punta Gorda. This unique mix of people and cultures, presently controlled by Honduras, has created a population that is rich in tradition yet welcoming to visitors.
98/5/208AM5PM
Belize is ideal for eco-tourism. With diverse ecology consisting of jungles, rainforests, swamps, coral reefs and so on, you will find solace and adventure in Harvest Caye's stunning landscape.
109/5/208AM5PM
The port of Costa Maya was purpose-built for fun… with a touch of Mexican fiesta added for good measure. Step ashore and you’ll find shops, bars, restaurants and a huge saltwater pool, while close by, Mahahual has a great beach and gin-clear water for swimming and snorkelling. And, this being Yucatan, you’re not far from the impressive Mayan ruins at Chacchoben.
1110/5/20At Sea
1211/5/207AMMiami, FL
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