Costa Rica – Panama Itinerary
Departing 8,22 Dec 2013 5,19 Jan 2014
COSTA RICA & PANAMA CRUISE ITINERARY
Puerto Caldera, Costa Rica – Transfer from the airport and board your home for the duration of your cruise,
At Sea – Take time to relax into your cruise, exploring the lavish and complete accommodation on board the Star Flyer. Sunbathe and wind down as you sail towards Nicaragua in style.
Isla Coiba, Panama – Coiba Island is one of Panama’s most unique offerings, kin to the Galapagos Islands in Ecuador and Costa Rica’s Cocos Island. Its stunning beauty makes it a delight for divers, tourists and scientists, all eager to discovery Coiba’s living bounty. It is both a national park and a world heritage site and home to a bewildering variety of birds, animals, and marine species found nowhere else in the world.
Golfito, Costa Rica – Once the largest port in the south of Costa Rica, Golfito is now a much quieter place, surrounded by national parks, wildlife reserves and botanical gardens.
Drake Bay / Isla de Cano, Costa Rica – The Government has made a priority of preserving this area and ensured that the rainforest remains in pristine condition. Believed to be the hiding place of treasure belonging to a fabled British pirate, it was also used as a port in the 16th century by Sir Francis Drake in who’s honour it was named.
Quepos, Costa Rica – Puerto Quepos drapes itself across a tropical inlet surrounded by primary rainforest. The village centre is a delightful six-block square of restaurants, bars, hotels, bakeries, art galleries and gift shops, all fronted by the main beach and sport fishing fleet. Quepos is growing quickly yet maintains many of its sleepy and humble beginnings.
Isla Tortugas – Pristine white sand beaches and fantastic snorkelling await you in this delightful archipelago
Puerto Caldera, Costa Rica – Disembark and transfer to the airport for your return flight or to your hotel if you’re extending your stay.