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Including the coasts of Mexico and Central America encompass a wide variety of climates and attractions that are unique to Latin America. Following the migratory route of humpback whales along the warmer waters of Mexico's southern Baja peninsula you will discover secluded island beaches framed by serene desert landscape where the Sea of Cortez and Pacific Ocean merge in a sport-fisher's paradise. Yet further south and east, the more lush cities of mainland Mexico are home to luxurious resorts, golf courses, and cultural monuments. Costa Rica boasts a tropical diversity that literally spills onto her exciting beaches and is noted for its world class scuba diving off Cocos Island.
Panama's canal is renowned as the gateway to the Caribbean, flanked by the fertile Las Perlas archipelago to the west and the palm covered San Blas Islands to the east - home to the Kuna Yala natives, who still employ dugout canoes to move between their Islands. The largest barrier reef in the Northern Hemisphere lies within reach of Belize's laid-back beaches - the perfect destination for the underwater enthusiast.
Central America and Panama Canal (San Jose, Costa Rica - Porto Cristobol, Panama)
Day 1: Arrive in San Jose, Costa Rica and tour Costa Rica's West Coast enroute to beautiful Bahia Herradura.
Day 2: Cruise to Quepos, Costa Rica, to spend the day diving, snorkeling, or exploring the beautiful, world-renowned Manuel Antonio National Park. Enjoy the beaches or explore the jungle for squirrel monkeys, three-toed sloth's, toucans, and butterflies.
Day 3: A short sail away is Isla Del Cano and its hidden world of submarine caves with their giant manta rays, turtles and an array of the world's most beautiful tropical fish. Dine under the stars in beautiful Drake Bay.
Day 4: Corcovado National Park in Golfo Dulce delivers spectacular bird watching. Paddle up the Agujitas River in a kayak enjoying the antics of yellow-billed toucans or scarlet macaws.
Day 5: After an overnight trip your yacht arrives at Coiba Island, Panama. Explore the reefs, watch for whales, or enjoy great deep-sea fishing. Ashore are lush, tropical rain forests, home to spectacular red and green macaws .
Day 6: The beautiful Perlas Islands shelter the Isla Sonora Sea caves and the world's largest Pelican breeding grounds. Search for the pearls of Espiritu Santo.
Day 7: It takes a full day or night to cross the famous isthmus of Panama. We may catch a glimpse of the endangered manatee, which inhabits the Chagras river. Upon transiting Gatun Lock, we arrive in Porto Cristobol, Panama.
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