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Un-Cruise brochure details new Costa Rica/Panama program

Un-Cruise brochure details new Costa Rica/Panama program

Un-Cruise Adventures expands to Costa Rica and Panama with the 64-passenger Safari Voyager sailing week-long adventures beginning in October 2016. A new brochure details the itineraries to the two countries and the Galápagos Islands.

Safari Voyager will sail 29 one-way cruises between Costa Rica and Panama on an 'Uncharted Isthmus! Sloths, Monkeys & Mangroves' itinerary from October to April. Voyages depart weekly from San José, Costa Rica, or Panama City, Panama, and include a full Panama Canal transit, water sports, jungle explorations, wildlife encounters and island time.

Areas visited in Costa Rica include Isla Tortuga, Curù National Wildlife Refuge, Manuel Antonio National Park, Corcovado National Park and Golfo Dulce. In Panama, passengers go to Granito de Oro islet in Coiba National Park and the Gulf of Panama Islands in addition to transiting the 48-mile canal.

Adventure activities are included and a focus of the trip. Passengers can explore the mangroves of Golfo Dulce by skiff or kayak, watch for sloths on a jungle hike in Manuel Antonio National Park and snorkel on the palm-lined beach of Isla Tortuga. Other highlights are cruising the small islands in the Gulf of Panama and taking a jungle hike in Corcovado National Park.

The new 24-page Costa Rica/Panama and Galápagos brochure is posted online; hard copies can be ordered at un-cruise.com by checking the Central America box. Information on trip extensions and adventure activities are included in the brochure.

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