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Cruise in the Central America from Puntarenas to Puerto Caldera aboard Star Clipper ship with visits to Costa Rica and Panama for 8 days

2.270€

About this cruise

Embark on an 8-day cruise in Central America, starting from Puntarenas and ending in Puerto Caldera on the Star Clipper ship. Discover mesmerizing locations in Costa Rica and Panama along the way.

Cabin Prices

The cruise price at the top of the page (2.270€) is listed for the accommodation of one person in a double cabin. To get the total cabin cost, multiply this price by two. All subsequent prices are listed for the entire cabin and do not require additional multiplication.

All prices presented on this website are approximate and do not constitute a public offer. For precise price information, please contact the service provider.

Single Cabin Price

Cruise DateInterior CabinOcean View CabinBalcony CabinSuite
30/12/2023 - 06/01/2024 2.780€ 4.050€ - 8.770€

Double Cabin Price

Cruise DateInterior CabinOcean View CabinBalcony CabinSuite
30/12/2023 - 06/01/2024 4.540€ 5.400€ - 8.770€

Cabin Price for Two Adults with One Child

Cruise DateInterior CabinOcean View CabinBalcony CabinSuite
30/12/2023 - 06/01/2024 4.540€ 5.400€ - 8.770€

Cruise Route

Day 1: Puntarenas, Costa Rica. Puntarenas means sand spit, as the city is located on a peninsula that juts into the Gulf of Nicoya. For a long time, it was the country`s most important Pacific port, and to this day, fishing boats line the harbor, giving the city its distinctive maritime character. The traditional seaside resort invites you to stroll along the southern beach promenade, the Paseo de los Turistas, which is particularly lively on weekends. In the evening, when the sun turns red and sinks into the Gulf of Nicoya, you can witness this natural spectacle from the bustling beach while enjoying a cocktail.

Day 2: Quepos, Costa Rica. The port city of Quepos is located in the Puntarenas Province on the Pacific coast of Costa Rica. Its name comes from the native people, the Quepo Indians. Today, Quepos is a thriving small town with a popular location. The town is well-known for its beautiful sandy beaches as well as sport fishing. The waters are rich in species and offer abundant catches. Within the bustling pedestrian zone, numerous restaurants, bars, art galleries, and shops invite visitors to linger. Special emphasis is placed on ecotourism in the adjacent Manuel Antonio National Park. Here, visitors can get to know the region in various ways.

Day 3: Golfito, Costa Rica. Located near the border with Panama in southern Costa Rica is Golfito, named after the bay of the same name. It is one of the wettest areas in the world, and the Golfito National Reserve consists of evergreen rainforest. It is just waiting to be explored, revealing its enchanting flora and fauna.

Day 4: Coiba Island, Panama. One of the most diverse bodies of water and enchanting small islands can be found around "Isla de Coiba" in Panama. The main attraction is the island`s national park with its tropical flora and fauna. Snorkeling enthusiasts can explore the breathtaking diversity and beauty of the coral reef there and, with a bit of luck, even encounter a reef shark or a ray while diving.

Day 5: Isla Parida, Panama. Isla Parida is a stunning and secluded island off the coast of Panama. Its white sandy beaches, clear turquoise waters, and lush tropical vegetation make it a paradise for nature lovers and beach enthusiasts. The island boasts a tranquil and peaceful atmosphere, ideal for relaxation and appreciating the beauty of nature. Whether you wish to sunbathe, snorkel in the vibrant coral reefs, or explore the island`s hiking trails, Isla Parida offers something for everyone seeking an idyllic island getaway.

Day 6: Sea day.

Day 7: Turtle Island, Costa Rica. The turtle island, Tortuga, is located in the Gulf of Nicoya off the southeast coast of the Nicoya Peninsula. With its white beaches and emerald green water, it is a dream destination for explorers and divers. Rays, manta rays, sharks, and barracudas glide through the sea here, as well as sea turtles and dolphins. Snorkeling and diving are a must-do here.

Day 8: Puerto Caldera, Costa Rica. Puerto Caldera, a few miles south of Puntarenas, is Costa Rica`s main Pacific freight and cruise port. The starting point for excursions into the interior also offers numerous shops, restaurants, and beaches right near the harbor.