Travel Passport
        Panama Canal Cruise
                    January 2-17, 2020

 

 

CRUISE THE PANAMA CANAL!!

 

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15 DAY, 1NIGHT CRUISE

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PRINCESS CRUISE LINES PRESENTS 

It’s one of mankind’s greatest engineering achievements, but there’s more to experience on a Panama Canal cruise than these world-famous locks. Make friends with the local wildlife. Embark on adventure in the jungle. Take in the sights, sounds and flavors of the region on a journey to remember.                                 

 

CRUISE  ITINERARY:

 
DAY         DATE           PORT                                                 ARRIVE        DEPART
THURS.   Jan. 2.           Los Angeles, CA                                                           4:00pm
FRI           Jan. 3.          At Sea    
SAT          Jan. 4.          At Sea
SUN          Jan. 5.          Puerto Vallarta, Mexico                        8:00am             5:00pm                      
MON        Jan. 6.          At Sea
TUE          Jan. 7.          Huatulco, Mexico                                 8:00am             5:00pm
WED        Jan. 8.          At Sea
THURS     Jan. 9           San Juan Del Sur, Nicaragua                7:00am             6:00pm
FRI            Jan.10.         Puntarenas, Costa Rica                         7:00am             7:00pm
SAT           Jan.11.         At Sea
SUN          Jan.12.          Fuerte Amador, Panama                       7:00am             6:00pm 
MON         Jan. 13.        Panama Canal (Full Transit)
TUE           Jan. 14.        Cartagena, Colombia                            8:00am             5:00pm
WED         Jan. 15.        At Sea
THURS      Jan. 16.        At Sea
FRI            Jan.17.          Fort Lauderdale, FL                             7:00am

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YOUR BEAUTIFUL PORTS:

Puerto Vallarta, Mexico

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Puerto Vallarta is a Mexican beach resort city situated on the Pacific Ocean's Bahía de Banderas.  Puerto Vallarta's proximity to the Bay of Banderas, the agricultural valley of the Ameca River, and the important mining centers in the Sierra have given the town a more interesting past than most Mexican tourist destinations. Puerto Vallarta was a thriving Mexican village long before it became an international tourist destination. Tourism is a major economic activity because of the climate, scenery, tropical beaches, and rich cultural history. 

 

Huatulco, Mexico

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Huatulco, centered on the town of La Crucecita, is a tourist development in Mexico. It is located on the Pacific coast in the state of Oaxaca. Huatulco's tourism industry is centered on its nine bays, thus the name Bahias de Huatulco, but has since been unofficially shortened to simply Huatulco.

 

San Juan Del Sur, Nicaragua

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San Juan del Sur is a municipality and coastal town on the Pacific Ocean, in the Rivas department in southwest Nicaragua.  San Juan del Sur is popular among surfers and is a vacation spot for many Nicaraguan families and foreign tourists.  A statue of the Christ of the Mercy sits above town on the northern end of the bay. The Mirador del Cristo de la Misericordia sits at on one of the highest points on the bay and is one of the tallest Jesus statues in the world.

 

Punterenas, Costa Rica

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Puntarenas is the capital and largest city in the Province of Puntarenas, on the Pacific coast of Costa Rica.  Its Pacific Ocean beaches attract many tourists, especially surfers. It is also a possible stopover point for the tourist destination Monteverde, to the northwest. 

 

Fuerte Amador, Panama

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Located west of Panama City at the Pacific entrance to the Panama Canal, Fuerte Amador is a gateway to exploring the many faces of this unique Central American country. The impressive engineering of the canal itself is a wonder to behold.  Fuerte Amador sits within easy taxi distance of Panama City, the bustling, multicultural capital metropolis where visitors can wander a conquistador-era UNESCO World Heritage Site,

 

Cartagena, Colombia

 

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The city of Cartagena  is a major port founded in 1533, located on the northern coast of Colombia in the Caribbean Coast Region. It was strategically located between the Magdalena and Sinú rivers and became the main port for trade between Spain and its overseas empire, establishing its importance by the early 1540s.  This is a great place to purchase emeralds.

 

Staterooms  to enjoy

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Interior Stateroom 

Starts at $2,124.00 per person, double occupancy

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Balcony Stateroom

Starts at $2,874.00 per person, double occupancy

 

The prices above include your cruise fare,

government taxes and port charges.

It DOES NOT include your airfare, transfers, gratuities or shore excursions.

Princess Cruise Lines requires a 

Deposit of 20% of your cruise fare

 

This will be a great cruise, you don't want to miss out - Sign Up Today!  Fill out the application on the website and send it in to us, and before you know it you will be having an amazing experience as you learn and appreciate what it took to build the canal between two oceans.  This is a cruise not to be missed!

                                               

 For more information contact:

Joan Hahn or Carla Teasdale,  Travel Passport

801-423-1081, 800-677-4750

or email carlatravelp@yahoo.com, nancyholman@rocketmail.com or  joanhahn@juno.com