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Yet_cruises_bg Passage Through the Panama Canal & Costa Rica

Dates: February 9 - February 17, 2018

Total Duration: 9 days

Cost: From $5,330 per person, double occupancy

Deposit (per participant): $1,000

Activity level: Moderately Active

Faculty:
Eduardo Fernandez-Duque
Anthropology and School of Forestry & Environmental Studies

Vehicle: M.V. Star Breeze

Tour Operator: Thomas P. Gohagan & Co.

Region: Central And South America

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Overview


Join us for this spectacular nine-day journey from the Costa Rican rainforest through the mighty locks of the Panama Canal. Spend one night in a deluxe hotel in San José, Costa Rica, then cruise for seven nights from Puerto Caldera, Costa Rica, to Colón, Panama, aboard the exclusively chartered, Five-Star, all-Suite m.v. Star Breeze, among the highly acclaimed Windstar fleet. Explore the terrestrial wonders of Costa Rica's Manuel Antonio National Park and Curú National Wildlife Refuge. Visit the pristine island paradise of Isla Gobernadora, internationally recognized for bird-watching. Experience a daylight passage through the awe-inspiring Panama Canal to the San Blas Islands, where indigenous Guna people have maintained their traditional lifestyle for centuries. Tour Panama City, including its Casco Antiguo (Old Quarter), a UNESCO World Heritage site. Enjoy lectures by exclusive onboard study leaders throughout the itinerary.

Extend your stay with the Costa Rica's Cloud Forests and Volcanoes Pre-Program and Panama Post-Program Options.
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Eduardo Fernandez-Duque

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Professor Eduardo Fernandez-Duque was born in Argentina where he obtained his first degree in biology and zoology. When he came to the US in... more>>
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