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ACTIVITY LEVEL

The entire trip requires a moderate level of mobility—walking on rocky, sandy, or uneven terrain, gentle hiking uphill, and getting in and out of tenders (smaller boats) on steep stairwells from the ship and on shore. Please note that there are no elevators on board, and each deck is accessible by stairs only. If you have limited mobility and would require assistance to move about the ship or go on any of the excursions you decide to take, you are required to travel with someone who can assist you.

Day Description Arrive Depart
Sat
January 16, 2021–Puerto Caldera, Costa Rica
Absorb Costa Rica’s magnificent biodiversity by adding a land package to your cruise. Venture to the Monteverde Cloud Forest Reserve, where 300-year-old trees and orchids form a spectacular backdrop to resplendent quetzals, tapirs, monkeys, sloths, and other rainforest residents. Or head to Tortuguero National Park, one of the most remote places in Costa Rica, known for being a primary nesting site of endangered green turtles.
6 PM
Sun
January 17, 2021–Quepos, Costa Rica
The former banana-exporting town of Quepos is your basecamp for a day of rainforest adventure. Take a walk along trails that weave up to waterfalls, or ride horseback to a beautiful jungle pool. A float trip through a mangrove swamp populated by monkeys, crocodiles, egrets, and herons is also available. Or you may choose a nature walk through Manuel Antonio National Park, with its lovely beaches, easy trails, and abundant animal life.
7 AM6 PM
Mon
January 18, 2021–Puerto Jiménez, Costa Rica/Golfito, Costa Rica
Picture Jurassic foliage growing down steep hillsides all the way to the waterline, the hoots of monkeys echoing through trees choked by orchids. Golfo Dulce is one of Costa Rica’s most biodiverse areas, where both the jungle and the sea brim with life. Explore the canals by kayak in search of javelinas, butterflies, and more bird species than in all of North America.
8:30 AM5 PM
Golfito, Costa Rica
6:30 PM8 PM
Tue
January 19, 2021–Isla Parida, Panama
Located within a nature preserve of 50 islands, and part of Chiriqui Marine National Park, lovely Isla Parida boasts magnificent white-sand beaches, one of which is over 1,300 feet long. The crystal-clear waters stay at 82 degrees year-round and are filled with marine life. There are numerous hardwood trees like teak, mahogany, and eucalyptus, and fruit trees like mango, banana and coconut trees. Here you will be treated to a delicious barbecue hosted by Windstar on a secluded beach that faces the Pacific Ocean.
8 AM6 PM
Wed
January 20, 2021–At Sea
Thu
January 21, 2021–Balboa/Fuerte Amador, Panama
One of the entrances to the Panama Canal on the Pacific side, Balboa/Fuerte Amador was founded in 1519 and is a short distance from Panama City. In 2012 Balboa was ranked #1 in Latin America in the category of world's busiest container ports. Sightseeing highlights include the colonial homes, the Administration Building, the Goethais Memorial, the Prado, and the local handicraft markets of traditional Panamanian crafts.
8 AM 5 PM
Fri
January 22, 2021–Transit the Panama Canal
At nearly 48 miles long, the transit through the Panama Canal includes three sets of locks that will raise and lower our vessel 85 feet between the calm Pacific Ocean and the shimmering waters of the Atlantic. Your voyage features a daylight hours transit with numerous observation vantage points for outside viewing and comfortable indoor air-conditioned lounges. Expert onboard commentary enhances your journey as you watch the day to day workings of this bucket list experience.
4 AM6 PM
Sat
January 23, 2021–Colón, Panama
7 AM

*Itinerary subject to change. 


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