International Expeditions has announced a double commission incentive for travel consultants on its December 21, 2018 Costa Rica to Panama cruise. Travelers get a $1,500 per person discount, while solo travelers can take advantage of cabins with no single supplement fees.
Alongside a field staff which includes three naturalists, travelers explore national parks, including Soberania, home to over 530 species of birds and 105 species of mammals, as well as the remote Darien, one of Central America's most ecologically diverse areas. Guests also slip beneath the waves to swim and snorkel in protected waters in the Pearl Islands and Restingue Island, exploring coral reefs which are home to four species of sea turtles, rays and moray eels. Travelers also sample the regions’ ancient and modern history during excursions to an Emberá village, Fort San Lorenzo and newly expanded Panama Canal.
When not experiencing naturalist-guided hikes, snorkeling and excursions, guests travel aboard the yacht Voyager. Guests are accommodated in 36 ocean-view cabins. Meals featuring international cuisine are served al fresco or in the ship's dining room, where passengers can experience unobstructed views of the passing scenery and coastline through floor-to-ceiling windows. Located on the Ocean’s Deck, the open Bar and Lounge offers shaded. Other public areas include a library, shaded outdoor dining area, sun deck, and a mini-spa and fitness area. Along the way, guests are welcomed to the bridge to learn about navigation from the captain and crew.
Discounted pricing for the Costa Rica to Panama expedition cruise starts at $4,299 and includes pre- and post-cruise accommodations; all excursions; snorkeling equipment; all onboard meals and group meals ashore; all entrance fees; arrival and departure transfers; and some tips.
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