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Two Guna women, one of the very first indigenous groups to achieve autonomy in Latin America, sell their textiles at a local market in Guna Yala, Panama
Tayrona National Natural Park is a beautiful place of Colombia's Caribbean Coast. Near to the Sierra Nevada de Santa Marta, you can find white beaches, crystalline waters and beautiful nature, Colombia
Nice close up photo of unique and shy Scarlet Ibis Eudocimus ruber in its typical natural environment in mangrove forest of Trinidad. Blurred green forest as background. Caroni swamp, Trinidad.
Guests explore by zodiac in Guna Yala, Panama
Prolific Caribbean reef loaded with colorful sponges, sea fans, sea whips, and crinoids in St. Vincent and the Grenadines, Caribbean
Two Guna women, one of the very first indigenous groups to achieve autonomy in Latin America, sell their textiles at a local market in Guna Yala, Panama
ExpeditionsCaribbean Sea Chronicles: The Panama Canal to Antigua

Caribbean Sea Chronicles: The Panama Canal to Antigua

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Transit the legendary Panama Canal to discover vibrant, tropical beauty in Panama and Colombia before sailing among over half a dozen gem-like islands in the Caribbean Sea. Become enriched in the multifaceted histories and cultures of each nation from Panama’s Guna Yala archipelago to Colombia’s Santa Marta, a UNESCO World Heritage site. Hike through volcanic landscapes in Montserrat, and kayak or snorkel in crystalline waters off Dominica and the Grenadines. 

Highlights

Guests on the ship's bow view the Atlantic Bridge that crosses the Panama Canal's Atlantic entrance at night, Panama Canal, Panama, Central America.
  • Transit the legendary Panama Canal over two days to see it by day and all lit up at night

  • Venture to the Guna Yala archipelago to experience life in its politically autonomous community, where women make the rules and gender fluidity is celebrated

  • Visit the vibrant city of Santa Marta, a UNESCO Biosphere and World Heritage site that harbors a blend of indigenous ethnic groups, Spanish colonization, and modern history

  • Discover Monserrat’s volcanic landscapes, lush forests, high peaks, and black sand beaches, and St. Lucia’s picturesque twin peaks, Gros Piton and Petit Piton

  • Snorkel or swim among vibrant marine life in Dominica's warm, turquoise waters

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dates
Mar
duration
15 Days
starts at
Panama CIty, Panama
ends at
Antigua, Antigua and Barbuda

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$13,944

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Mar
duration
15 Days
starts at
Panama CIty, Panama
ends at
Antigua, Antigua and Barbuda

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Mar
duration
15 Days
starts at
Panama CIty, Panama
ends at
Antigua, Antigua and Barbuda

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Explorations 2024-2026

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