Panama Canal with Costa Rica & Caribbean, 6 March 2020 (12 nights)

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Ship:
Island Princess
Line:
Princess Cruises
Departure:
Fort Lauderdale
Depart Date:
6th March 2020
Duration:
12 nights | View itinerary
Customer Rating:
View 5 reviews
Cruise Type:
Fly Cruise
Fly from:
London Airports
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Inside from
£2,003 pp
Outside from
£2,100 pp
Balcony from
£2,536 pp
Suite from
£2,783 pp
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Cruise Id: 181765

Holiday Features

  • Full onboard Dining 
  • Original musicals, dazzling magic shows, feature films, top comedians and nightclubs that get your feet movin’ and groovin’. There’s something happening around every corner; luckily, you have a whole cruise of days and nights to experience it all.1
  • Activities:you'll find so many ways to play, day or night; Vegas Style Casion, Shops, Sports Court, Internet Cafe & Libray, Freshwater Pools & Hot Tubs, Art Gallery & Auctions Plus More...
  • Kids, Teens & Family:experiences the whole family can enjoy. The destinations we visit come to life with our Festivals of the World celebrations and Discovery at Sea™ programs like Shark Week. 
  • Flights & Transfers included.
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Cruise itinerary

Day Port Due Depart
1-2 Fly from the UK
2 Fort Lauderdale
Fort Lauderdale
Fort Lauderdale is the sunny city set in Southern Florida. Often called the ‘Venice of America’ due to its expansive canal system and beautiful river fronts. Fort Lauderdale is well known for its beaches, arts, shopping and year round tropical climate. Chosen by many as their favourite holiday destination, it is certainly an excellent place to start or end your cruise!
PM
3 At Sea
4 Falmouth
Falmouth
Tour Nelson's Dockyard, which was originally built as a way station in the 18th century for warships of the British Royal Navy. This historic district has been restored to its former glory and you can sit upon the old fortifications and observation posts that line the harbor. As you evoke the port's nautical past, close your eyes and you can hear the revelry of sailors coming ashore for leave.
AM PM
5 At Sea
6 Cartagena, Colombia
Cartagena, Colombia
Cartagena is a UNESCO World Heritage site. Considered by many as one of the world's most beautiful, fascinating and magical cities, Cartagena was founded by Spanish conquerors as a main port to bring Europeans and their goods into South America Today the city hosts intellectuals and plenty of beautiful restored homes among exotic, highly attractive and dynamic plazas, waterfronts and other public spaces. One of the most hospitable venues for any tourist looking for a good rest, Caribbean and Colombian magical realism and tropical ambiance or natural wonders.
AM PM
7 Panama Canal Transit
Panama Canal Transit
Linking the Atlantic to the Pacific, you can marvel at the vast locks, lakes and impenetrable rain forest as you pass through the Panama Canal. This is one of humanity’s greatest engineering achievements. You can adventure into the Gamboa Rainforest, where you can see Howler monkeys, or try your luck at catching Fresh Water Bass in Gatun Lake.
AM PM
7 Cristobal
Cristobal
Cristobal is a port city that resides at the entrance of Limon Bay that leads to the entrance to the eastern side of the Panama Canal. Many ships cruising to the Panama Canal simply enter the locks and then are raised up to Gatun Lake where they then tender folks ashore for their shore excursions. Those that do not take a shore excursion, generally stay aboard to retrace their steps back down the locks and then to Cristobal. Some ships do not enter the locks at all, but simply start their shore excursions in Cristobal.
PM PM
8 Puerto Limon
Puerto Limon
There are buses from Limon to places like Cahuita ($1 each-way), Moin (50 cents) and even to the capital San Jose, more than 100 miles away. These leave from the bus terminal, which is a five-minute walk further down Avenida 2 from the museum.
AM PM
9 At Sea
10 George Town, Grand Cayman
George Town, Grand Cayman
Grand Cayman is home to the island’s capital George Town. The city is famous for Seven Mile Beach, one of the world’s best beaches, and watersports ranging from jet skiing to windsurfing. If you like snorkelling, then take a trip to Stingray City. You won’t be disappointed. Before you leave Grand Cayman, don’t forget to try the delicious local Tortuga Rum Cake and, if you have time, explore the legendary Cayman Wall on board a submarine.
AM PM
11 At Sea
12 Fort Lauderdale
Fort Lauderdale
Fort Lauderdale is the sunny city set in Southern Florida. Often called the ‘Venice of America’ due to its expansive canal system and beautiful river fronts. Fort Lauderdale is well known for its beaches, arts, shopping and year round tropical climate. Chosen by many as their favourite holiday destination, it is certainly an excellent place to start or end your cruise!
AM
12 Fly to the UK
13 Arrive in UK - Overnight flight

Cabins on the Island Princess

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Customer reviews for Island Princess

  • Island Princess
  • Princess Cruises
  • 18 Jan 2019

Had a wonderful cruise recently through the Panama Canal. Just a couple of things that slightly spoilt the cruise. We have cruised before with Princess and have always been pleased with our experiences. This cruise changed the itinery at the last moment. It was advertised as calling into Antiuga. No we went to Jamaica, not a good visit. The original itinery was to call into Grand Turk but again was changed to Grand Cayman. This was okay and very enjoyable. It would have been nice to be informed of these changes beforehand. Another very disappointing thing for us was the dress code. Previously the timed dining has had a couple of formal evenings, this is still the case but some people didn't really try. Other evenings the dress code was billed as 'dress as you would to visit a fine restaurant at home'. Again the standards have dropped. Jeans and shorts with tee shirts is not what I call fine dining attire. More like dressing for a beach party. But the visits to Columbia, Panama and Costa Rica were wonderful.

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  • Island Princess
  • Princess Cruises
  • 27 Oct 2018

Cruise itinary was very good. Ship was very expensive for drinks and queing for anytime dining not acceptable

  • Island Princess
  • Princess Cruises
  • 17 Oct 2018

Enjoyable cruise, service was very good, food too much fish, too little vegetables. For a few days some lifts and floors were suffering from very unpleasant odours. Entertainment was good with two very good shows, and other interesting and enjoyable acts.

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