Un-Cruise Adventures Offers Trips to the Galapagos, Costa Rica and Panama for 2016

un-cruise ship voyage. Un-Cruise Adventures has launched its 2016 schedule with nine ships setting sail to Alaska, the Pacific Northwest, Columbia and Snake Rivers, Mexico and Hawaii. The company also announced the addition of two new itineraries to The Galapagos Islands and Costa Rica and Panama regions. 

The 10-day Galapagos Islands tour will begin with a two-day visit to Quito, an historic town in Ecuador. Guests will then board the 48-passenger ship, La Pinta, and set sail for a seven-night excursion. The voyage will feature day trips to Isla San Cristóbal, Isla Santa Cruz, Isla Bartolomé, Genovesa and Española.  Travelers will have a chance to explore the Galapagos’ wildlife through glass bottom boat touring, kayaking, snorkeling, and hiking. The $8,995 per person rate includes airfare between Quito and the Islands and all-inclusive beer, wine and spirits onboard the ship. 

The one-week Costa Rica and Panama tour will depart between October 2016 and April 2017. The 64-passenger Safari Voyager will transport guests across the Panama Canal. Guests will visit attractions like the Curú National Wildlife Refuge and Isla Tortuga in Costa Rica and Coiba National Park and the Gulf of Panama Islands in Panama. The trip starts at $2,995 per person and includes complimentary hikes, tours and watersports. 

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