Cruise West Introduces Cocos Islands and Revised Panama & Costa Rica Voyages

 

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Ever been to—or heard of—the Cocos Islands? Well, they're off the coast of Costa Rica and you can now cruise there with Cruise West, which is introducing two, six-night Cocos Islands voyages and a revised nine-night between Two Seas Panama and Costa Rica program for the 2009/2010 season.  Passengers can also combine both itineraries for a 15-night journey aboard the 100-guest Pacific Explorer that includes a full transit through the Panama Canal. Book early and save up to $1,200 per cabin.

The new Cocos Island cruise begins in Los Suenos, Costa Rica and offers three full days of land and sea exploration including guided walks, Zodiac tours, snorkeling and kayaking opportunities.  This rarely visited UNESCO World Heritage Site boasts prolific bird life with some 90 species, unusual caverns to explore, the world's largest hammerhead shark population and more.  Departures are available on January 24 and April 12, 2010, and may be combined with the January 15, January 30 or April 3, 2010, Between Two Seas departures.

The revised nine-night Between Two Seas voyage sailing one-way between Panama City and Los Suenos, Costa Rica, takes in the sights of Portobelo with a special performance by the Kuna Indians and traverses the entire Panama Canal. 

Rates for Cocos Islands prices start at $2,799 and Between Two Seas begins at $3,999 per person based on double occupancy.

Visit www.cruisewest.com.

 

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