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Panama Canal Cruise

Featuring Mexico, Central and South Americas

18 DAYS • 48 MEALS Sail from Miami to Los Angeles passing though one of the world’s most impressive engineering feats, the Panama Canal. Stops in Colombia, Costa Rica and Mexico’s Riviera highlight this once-in-a-lifetime journey.

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The Mayflower Way
  • 48 Meals (17 dinners, 15 lunches and 16 breakfasts)
  • Round trip airport transfers
  • Narrated sightseeing tour of Miami Beach including South Beach with a local guide
  • Experience an exotic 16-day cruise aboard Norwegian Cruise Lines' Pearl cruise ship sailing from Miami to Los Angeles
  • Call at Cartagena, Columbia, whose old walls recall the city's history with visions of conquistadors and pirates
  • Daylight transit through the Panama Canal, 40 miles of history in one of the world's greatest short cuts!
  • Visite Puntarenas, Costa Rica, the seaport town with its muli-colore cottages and bustling local markets
  • Call at Perto Quetzal, Guatemala, with its nearby 17th-century colonial facades and Guatemalan history
  • Stop at Puerto Chiapas, Mexico, with its ancient Mayan ruins and lush tripical rainforests
  • Visit Huatulco, Mexico, featuring wonderful natural beauty surrounding clear, crystalline bays
  • Call at Puerto Vallarta, Mexico, with its small fishing village charm and spectacular beaches
  • Stop at Mazatlan, Mexico, a perfect blend of a first-class beach resort and a city with an illustrious colonial past
  • Visit Cabo San Lucas, Mexico, the jewel of the Baja Peninsula with its signature El Arco located at the tip of "Land's End"
  • Enjoy six full days at sea with a variety of cruise ship amenities including fabulous restaurants, intimate lounges, a full casino, three pools, top-notch entertainment and dozens of fun activities
  • $90 in Mayflower Money
Day One — Arrive in Miami Arrive in Miami by 5:00 p.m. today where a welcome dinner with your fellow travelers is scheduled. Dinner Day Two — Miami Beach Sightseeing and Board the NCL Pearl A local guide joins us for narrated sightseeing tour of Miami Beach including the South Beach area before boarding the NCL Pearl. Dinner Days Three and Four — Days at Sea Enjoy your days at sea and get to know the NCL Pearl with its variety of amenities including fabulous restaurants, intimate lounges, a full casino, pools and top-notch entertainment. All meals onboard Day Five — Cartagena, Colombia We touch the South American continent today with a call at Cartagena, Colombia. The famed old walls of this historic city recall the region’s history with visions of conquistadors and pirates. Enjoy a variety of shore excursions available. All meals onboard Day Six — Daylight Transit Through Panama Canal Today is dedicated to one of the greatest engineering marvels of the 20th-century, the 48-mile-long Panama Canal. Our daylight crossing affords us the opportunity to see our vessel be raised some 85 feet above sea level to Gutan Lake, and then lowered on the other side. This is truly one of the world’s greatest short cuts! All meals onboard Day Seven — Day at Sea Another day at sea to enjoy this exotic 16-day cruise aboard the NCL Pearl. All meals onboard Day Eight — Puntarenas, Costa Rica In Costa Rica, we call at Puntarenas, a seaport town with multi-colored cottages and bustling local markets. Take an optional shore excursion to a tropical rainforest and explore the exotic flora and fauna with a naturalist guide. All meals onboard Day Nine — Day at Sea Spend the day at sea gently plying the Pacific. All meals onboard Day Ten — Puerto Quetzal, Guatemala Relatively new, the port city of Puerto Quetzal, Guatemala, was built in 1984 as a connecting point. Take an optional shore excursion to nearby Antigua where the 17th-century colonial facades recall the rich Guatemalan history. All meals onboard Day Eleven — Puerto Chiapas, Mexico A stop on the Pacific coast of Southwestern Mexico brings us to the small fishing village of Puerto Chiapas. The region is rich in Mayan ruins and lush tropical rainforest where you may take an optional shore excursion. All meals onboard Day Twelve — Huatulco, Mexico The Mexican town of Huatulco is an eco-tourism award-winning region and features wonderful natural beauty surrounding clear, crystalline bays. All meals onboard Day Thirteen — Day at Sea Relax onboard today as the beautiful scenery passes by. All meals onboard Day Fourteen — Puerto Vallarta, Mexico Puerto Vallarta, Mexico, has managed to maintain its small fishing village charm and boasts 26 miles of spectacular beaches along Banderas Bay. Stroll the cobblestone streets and shop for local wares at the open-air markets. All meals onboard Day Fifteen — Mazatlan, Mexico Today’s port of call is Mazatlan, Mexico, a perfect blend of a first-class beach resort and a city with an illustrious colonial past. All meals onboard Day Sixteen — Cabo San Lucas, Mexico Referred to as the “Jewel of the Baja Peninsula,” Cabo San Lucas, Mexico, is known for world-class sportfishing, gated communities and its signature El Arco located at the tip of “Land’s End.” All meals onboard Day Seventeen — Day at Sea Enjoy your final day at sea today. All meals onboard Day Eighteen — Los Angeles and Home Arrive in Los Angeles and take the group transfer to the Los Angeles International Airport for flights out after 1:00pm Breakfast
Day One Miami Airport Marriott, Miami, Florida Days Two through Seventeen Norwegian Cruise Lines’ Norwegian Pearl
Departure Date Stateroom Category Per Person Twin Single Room
April 13, 2016 Inside $2,299 add $1,379 Available
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Outside $3,029 add $1,899 Available
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Balcony $4,699 add $3,099 Available
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Add $684 per person for government taxes and fees, which is subject to change

Call for air rates and schedules from your city to Miami and from Los Angeles

Rooms for the night before the tour are available. Cost for a room in Miami is $269, tax included

Staterooms on these decks and suites feature a French balcony

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LEVEL 3: A blend of longer and shorter days on this program with more walking tours mixed with some periods of standing. Expect more of the touring to be over uneven surfaces or involve stairs.