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Belize, Guatemala, Honduras, El Salvador, Nicaragua, Costa Rica and Panama lie in the volcanic earthquake-prone region of Central America. This is a tropical region of mountain ranges and jungles bordered by beautiful beaches. Attractions include the remnants of ancient Maya culture. Introduce yourself to the Maya of the present. Learn about their history of art, architecture (pyramids, temples and city design), mathematics and astronomy. The Panama Canal, one of the seven wonders of the modern world, services 40 ships a day, in an 8- to 10-hour journey of 82 km. ‘Panamax’ ships squeeze through with 30 cm to spare either side.

Larger vessels from Celebrity, Princess, Holland America, and Norwegian Cruise Lines sail between California and Florida (14/15 nights, each way) regularly, calling at Mexican and Central American ports on the Pacific coast. The eastern coast ports are visited by Caribbean cruises. Panama Canal is a conduit between the Atlantic and Pacific, drawing ships from many regions. The Columbian historical city of Cartagena is usually included in itineraries, and is well worth visiting. Look out for the occasional smaller explorer vessel that ventures into the waterways of Panama, such as HAL’s Prinsendam.

For a Panama Canal cruise, decide if you want a partial transit (in and out on the Caribbean side), or a full transit. The latter bridges the Caribbean side to both the west coasts of North and South America. Carnival and NCL ships visit Belize and Honduras year round with Western Caribbean cruises. Check which Central American ports are visited by the many ships that transit the Panama Canal, to dock in Guatemala, El Salvador, Nicaragua, Costa Rica or Panama. Luxury cruise lines that visit Central America include Silversea, Regent Seven Seas, Oceania and Azamara.



Top 10 Daily Deals for Panama & Central America Cruises

Sold out Available OBC = Onboard credit
Date Route Cruise Ports From $/Day

3

DEC 17

17

NIGHTS

Up to $100 OBC

Dep: Los Angeles


Ret: Santiago (Valparaiso)

$1,699

$100

1

JAN 19

14

NIGHTS

Dep: Havana


Ret: Havana

$1,421

$102

8

JAN 19

14

NIGHTS

Dep: Havana


Ret: Havana

$1,421

$102

28

OCT 18

21

NIGHTS

Dep: Miami


Ret: Miami

$2,179

$104

8

NOV 18

21

NIGHTS

Dep: Miami


Ret: Miami

$2,179

$104

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NOV 18

21

NIGHTS

Dep: Miami


Ret: Miami

$2,179

$104

29

NOV 18

21

NIGHTS

Dep: Miami


Ret: Miami

$2,179

$104

28

OCT 18

11

NIGHTS

Dep: Miami


Ret: Miami

$1,191

$108

20

OCT 17

14

NIGHTS

Dep: Miami


Ret: Los Angeles

$1,548

$111

7

OCT 17

14

NIGHTS

Dep: Los Angeles


Ret: New Orleans

$1,595

$114

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