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Save up to 50% Trans Panama Experience


12 night Magellan holiday from £1219pp Departs: Thursday, 10th January 2019 (G903)


From the Atlantic to the Pacific, Magellan’s navigation of the iconic Panama Canal will undoubtedly be the highlight of this fascinating cruise. Over 100 years old, the manmade canal is an engineering wonder. Not only will you undertake this Trans Panama Experience, but this fascinating cruise will also visit five other Central American countries – Beliza, Honduras, Costa Rica, Colombia and Nicaragua. Discover historic colonial cities, tropical rainforest, fascinating wildlife, pristine beaches and vibrant coral reefs.


Date Port


10-Jan 8 Fly from London to Cancun Cozumel (Mexico)


11-Jan Belize City (Belize) h 12-Jan Roatán (Honduras) h 14-Jan Puerto Limon (Costa Rica) 16-Jan Cartagena (Colombia) 17-Jan Colon (Panama)


18-Jan Transit Panama Canal


Arrive Depart - -


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12:30 07:00 10:00 08:00 13:00 -


20-Jan San Juan Del Sur (Nicaragur)h 09:00 21-Jan Puerto Caldera (Costa Rica)


21:00 21:00 16:00 18:00 20:00


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18:00 09:00 8 8 Fly from San Jose to London (overnight)


Days not shown spent relaxing at sea. hLand by launch or tender. Ports and times are subject to change. In the event of adverse sea or weather conditions that prevent the vessel from calling at one of the scheduled ports of call, alternative arrangements will be made where possible.


Cruise Highlights


• The Museum of Belize was once Her Majesty’s Prison when Belize was British Honduras, a British colony.


• On Roatán Island, visit the Iguana Highway to see many giant iguanas roaming £ly around you.


• Explore Costa Rica’s rainforest and immerse yourself in its fascinating and exotic ecosystem. You may get to see toucans and monkeys in the wild.


• Transit the 48 mile long Panama Canal through sets of locks and Gatun Lake, one of the world’s largest man- made lakes.


Why not add a pre-cruise stay in magical Mexico?


For options see page 88


Trans Panama from Acapulco This cruise also operates in reverse departing Acapulco on Sunday, 31st March 2019 and arriving Cozumel on 10th April. Ports of call vary. See page 100.


• With its backdrop of mountains and forests, and once the haunt of pirates, relax on the beach in laid-back San Juan Del Sur.


Highlights may be subject to pre-registering specific shore excursions and are subject to operation and weather conditions.


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Book online, call 0844 963 0000 or see your local travel agent


£2489 Full Fare


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