Sea Voyager Offers Experiential Central, South America Sailings

Sea Voyager Expeditions (SVE), headed by Denise Landau, former executive director of International Association of Antarctica Tour Operators (IAATO) and eco-tourism expert, recently announced the launch of the expedition cruise line, beginning February 2012.

The cruise line focuses on four of the world’s most fauna- and wildlife-rich countries -- Colombia, Panama, Costa Rica and Ecuador, and doing so with unrelenting attention to untouched wilderness, rarely-visited small villages and Indigenous people.

Fares for the numerous itineraries range from $2,930 to $5,365 per person, double occupancy and include all meals, pre-post hotels, shore tours, admission to museums and parks, tax and port fees, and transfers when the SVE air program is used.

Developing sailing itineraries that are dedicated to a year-round presence in the market, which offers a seasonal diversity to the already comprehensive offerings, SVE takes in dozens of hidden gems including the wetlands of Humedal de San-San Pond Sak, with its great variety of flora and fauna, dolphins and manatees; the World Heritage Sites of Cartagena, Coiba and Darien; humpback whale migrations; Indigenous people such as Colombia’s Arawak and more.

For more information on Sea Voyager Expeditions, click here.

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