Un-Cruise Adventures' 2016 Costa Rica and Panama Itineraries Offer Weeklong Cruises

Un-Cruise Adventures has just published a 24-page Costa Rica / Panama and Galápagos brochure with details regarding new 2016 trip itineraries for its weeklong adventure cruises aboard the Safari Voyager. The guide is available online, or a hard copy can be ordered by checking the Central America box on the company website.

From October to April, the Safari Voyager (which can accommodate up to 64 guests) will make 29 one-way voyages between Costa Rica and Panama as part of the “Unchartered Isthmus! Sloths, Monkeys and Mangroves” itinerary.  

The trip will include stops in Costa Rica such as Isla Tortuga, Curú National Wildlife Refuge, Manuel Antonio National Park, Corcovado National Park and Golfo Dulce, as well as Granito de Oro islet in Coiba National Park, Gulf of Panama Islands and the Panama Canal, in Panama.

Some of the featured adventure activities from which guests can choose are exploring the mangroves of Golfo Dulce by skiff or kayak, hiking and watching for sloths in Manuel Antonio National Park, snorkeling in Isla Tortuga, and cruising around the small islands in the Gulf of Panama. Trip participants will also be accompanied by expedition guides and local experts who will lead both on-land and in-water excursions.

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