Tour Operator Offers Unique Adventures in Latin America

Brendan Vacations, an established operator in Latin America, recently announced two new destinations, highlighting the region's vibrant culture and its own extensive product offerings.

Clients can now wake up to the rich aroma of Colombian coffee, only hundreds of feet away from where it has been cultivated for generations. Or, bask in immersive experiences of the San Blas Islands in Panama, where guests participate in the local practices and customs of the indigenous Kuna people.
 
Samples of the new travel experiences available from Brendan Vacations  are:
 
Colombian Coffee

This excursion is four days. Clients can enjoy the beauty and temperate weather of Colombia on this South American vacation. This personalized vacation begins at one of Colombia's most charming hotels, the first class Casa de Campo El Delirio, and visits the Botanical Gardens and Butterfly Park. Learn the intricacies of growing coffee beans on a visit to a local coffee farm. Follow the process from planting through drying, and finish with a coffee tasting! This vacation ends with an excursion through the Cocora Valley, part of the ACAIME Nature Reserve. It is priced from $918 land only, based on double occupancy.
 

Canal, Jungle & Beach - the Best of Panama

This is eight days. This vacation starts with two nights in Panama City, with a morning sightseeing tour including the Casco Viejo, the Miraflores Locks, and the Panama Canal. Then travel to the Gamboa Rainforest, where your clients will cruise on Lake Gatun, a true nature lovers paradise. Next, clients spend three relaxing nights at the beach on the Pacific coast. It is priced from $897 per person land only, based on double occupancy, with an arrival set for July 1.

Visit www.brendanvacations.com.

 

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