Itinerary, Pricing and Cabins

Expedition Cruise

Costa Rica and the Panama Canal

March 20 to March 31, 2020

From $4,995 to $7,195 USD

Single Supplement : Not available

Starts: Puerto Caldera, Costa Rica

Ends: Panama City, Panama

Costa Rica and the Panama Canal 2020


Adventure Canada itineraries may be subject to change without notice due to weather, ice, and sea conditions

  • Day 1
    San Jose to Puntarenas, Costa Rica

    San Jose, Costa Rica’s capital, sits in the Central Valley region with the Talamanca Mountains to the south and volcanoes to the north.

    Arrive at your leisure today, and complimentary transfer to our all-inclusive hotel on the Pacific Coast near the small town of Puntarenas.

    San Jose Mountains
  • Day 2
    Puntarenas to Puerto Caldera Port

    Enjoy the day in the sun at our all-inclusive hotel. In the afternoon, we will transfer to the M/S Panorama and set sail south down the coast.

    Macaw Parrots
  • Day 3
    Quepos and Manual Antonio Reserve

    Manuel Antonio Reserve is a wonderful place to view wildlife, with plentiful white-faced capuchin, howler, and squirrel monkeys. The reserve also features a Forest Canopy Tour for an aerial view.

    In the afternoon, those not on the canopy tour will have a chance to explore the quaint town of Quepos.

    Capuchin Monkeys
  • Day 4
    Curu and Tortuga Islands

    Start your morning with an optional walking excursion in the Curu Nature Reserve with the local Rangers and our naturalists. Late in the morning we rejoin the M/S Panorama for a short sailing to Tortuga Island. We arrive in Tortuga Island at noon for swimming and snorkeling in the crystal-clear waters of this paradise island before joining in for our Beach BBQ.

    Costa Rica Beach
  • Day 5
    Drake Bay and Corcovado

    Corcovado National Park is the largest park in Costa Rica and covers almost a third of the peninsula. National Geographic has called Corcovado “the most biologically intense place on Earth in terms of biodiversity.”

    Drake Bay is known to be a common wintering and breeding ground for humpback whales.

    Humpback Whale
  • Day 6
    Puerto Jimenez — Golfo Dulce

    Puerto Jimenez is a small town in the southern region of Puntarenas Province. With just over 3,000 inhabitants, this historic gold mining and logging community is one of the largest towns on the Osa Peninsual. The rare scarlet macaw can be found in the surrounding jungle.

    Plants at the area’s famed Casa Orquideas (House of Orchids) include orchids, heliconias, bromeliads.

  • Day 7
    Isla Coiba, Panama

    The island of Coiba retains 80% of its original forest cover—thanks to the penal colony located there for ninety years, which hosted Panama’s most notorious criminals. Coiba Island Marine Park, considered one of the ten top diving spots in the world, is home to the largest coral reef in the Eastern Pacific.

    Coiba Island
  • Day 8
    Playa Muerto, Darrien, Panama

    On our excursion into Darrien National park, we are welcomed by members of the Embera Indians, one of the seven indigenous groups living in Panama. We’ll appreciate their beautiful handicrafts and well-preserved traditions.

    Embera village panama indigenous people and passenger dancing
  • Day 9
    Panama City and the Canal

    Today we will arrive in the marina at Panama City. Here we’ll enjoy a city tour including the Panama Canal Museum at the Miraflores Locks and historic old town Panama City. In the late afternoon we enter into the locks and into the Panama Canal.

    Panama City 2
  • Day 10
    Lake Gatun and the Panama Canal

    This morning we will visit the Fort San Lorenzo Spanish Historical Forts on the Atlantic side of the Canal. In the early evening we will enter our final lock and make our way to the city of Colon.

    Panama Canal 2
  • Day 11
    Colon 2000 Terminal and Panama City

    We will arrive at the city of Colon, and board a complimentary shuttle back to Panama City. After free time to explore, we will meet at a local restaurant for our farewell dinner. Overnight in Panama City's Old Town.

    Slot panama
  • Day 12
    Panama City

    Today you may make your way to the airport for flights home, or choose to extend your stay in Panama.

    Panama City Panama 1

Pricing and Cabins

All Cabin Amenities

  • Private bath
  • Telephone for internal use
  • TV (satellite channels)
  • Piped music
  • AC with independent temperature controls
  • Hairdryer
  • Mini safe
  • Mini fridge



*Applicable taxes and Credit card fees *Special access permits, entry and park fees *Team of expedition staff *Guided activities *Sightseeing and community visits *All Zodiac excursions *Port fees *Pre-departure materials *Educational program *Interactive workshops *Evening entertainment *All shipboard meals *Day 1 and day 11 hotels are included and you may extend your stay for an additional price

Not Included:

*Commercial flights *Program Enhancements/optional excursions *Gratuities *Personal expenses *Mandatory medical evacuation insurance *Additional expenses in the event of delays or itinerary changes *Possible fuel surcharges *Pre- & post-trip hotel accommodation


Ms Panorama

M/S Panorama

The Panorama is a three-masted Motorsailer launched in 1993 and rebuilt in 2001, last renovated in 2014. Upper deck cabins and lounge, and main deck cabin en suite bathrooms and lounge have been refitted.

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