Panama Canal cruises
Dive with this Panama cruise into a world full of colors and exotic flavors. The land between two continents has tremendously much to offer. Beside the famous Panama Canal,which we pass through, we show you on this cruise uninhabited islands of paradise, pristine, palm fringed beaches, coral reefs and abundant rain forest areas that are inhabited by Indians. Discover the fascinating metropolis of Panama City, whose colonial past one can still see and get to know the hospitality and lifestyle of Embera- and Kuna Indian cultures. From San Diego it's off to the Panama Canal over Cabo San Lucas, Mazatlan, Puerto Vallarta in Mexico, Puerto Quetzal in Guatemala, San Juan del Sur in Nicaragua and the Panama Canal in Panama further to Cartagena in Colombia and to the Bahamas up to Florida in the USA. The Panama Canal is an artificial waterway, which cuts through the isthmus of Panama in Central America connecting the Pacific Ocean with the Caribbean Sea for navigation. The crossing of the Panama Canal is one of the most beautiful experiences of a cruise. The locks Gatun, Pedro Miguel and Miraflores are a real highlight of this cruise - and a masterpiece of engineering! One of the most exciting travel experiences awaits you when your ship is raised 26 meters to the Gatun Lake and then discharged again by using the force of gravity! You ride past the shimmering Gatun Lake and marvel at jungle-covered hills. At the Gaillard Cut you finally have a spectacular view over the whole region. Untouched island landscapes with a Caribbean paradise, crystal clear waters and charming port towns await you on this Panama Canal cruise journey. Escape the gloomy weather and enjoy the wonderful world of the Caribbean on our comfortable and pleasant cruise ships.
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Bocas del Toro, with its pristine coral reefs, white sandy beaches and caves and excellent conditions for deep-sea fishing, boating, kayaking, snorkeling and surfing is a paradise for outdoor lovers. The inhabitants of the province are mainly aborigenes g tribes and descendants of slaves from Jamaica. This contributes to the different and vibrant culture of Bocas del Toro.
The provincial capital Bocas, which are now a main road, a couple of branching gravel roads and the central square in front of the town hall. Even on foot the place is explored quickly. Halfway disintegrate the one, only held together by the paint in Caribbean turquoise, pink or light blue the others old wooden houses with porches and balconies still line up the streets of the town and call to memory the southern United States- a part of the heritage that the banana multinationals left here.
Cartagena was founded in 1533 by Pedro Heredia, a Spaniard and friend of Christopher Columbus. Through flourishing trade with gold from Peru, silver from Bolivia and emeralds from Muzo, the city developed very quickly and splendidly.
Colon, located on the Caribbean Sea is, with around 60,000 inhabitants, the second largest city in Panama. Colon was founded in 1850 by the construction workers of the Panama Railroad Company and named after the name of a worker "Aspinwall". Later the name was changed to Colon (Spanish for "Columbus") in honor of Christopher Columbus.
- Aruba, Balboa (Panama City), Bocas del Toro, Colón, Cabo San Lucas, Baja California, Cartagena, Colón, Cozumel, Cristobal (Colón), El Porvenir (San Blas Inseln), Flamenco Island, Fort Lauderdale, Florida, Fort San Lorenzo, Fuerte Amador, Georgetown, Grand Cayman (Cayman Islands), Grand Cayman, Cayman Islands, Havanna (Große Antillen), Holandes Cay, San Blas Inseln, Isla Barro Colorado, Isla Cébaco, Isla Contadora, Pearl Islands, Isla de Coiba, Isla Mogo Mogo, Pearl Islands, Isla Pedro Gonzalez, Pearl Islands, Islas de San Bernardo, Jaqué, Key West, Florida, Long Beach (Los Angeles), Kalifornien , Los Angeles, Kalifornien, Miami, Florida, New York, Ocho Rios, Jamaika, Oranjestad, Aruba, Panama, Panamakanal, Pearl Islands, Playa Bahia Concha, Playa Muerto, Port Canaveral, Florida, Portobelo, Puerto Caldera , Puerto Limón, Puerto Moin, Puerto Quetzal, Puntarenas, Roatán, San Blas Inseln, San Francisco, Kalifornien, San Juan, Puerto Rico (Große Antillen), San Pedro (Los Angeles), Kalifornien, Santa Marta, Tampa, Florida, Viveros, Pearl Islands, Willemstad, Curacao
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