Panama and Central America Although a Panama Cruise conjures images of its world famous canal, there is so much more than that to this incredible country. Fast becoming Central America's hottest destination, Panama tempts visitors with its jungles, coral-ringed islands, mountain forests and exotic wildlife.

A short train ride from Colon, Panama City offers a glimpse into the past and future. Divided into two distinct regions, one side boasts shiny skyscrapers, whilst the other is the old colonial town.
But a Panama cruise isn't all about its urban areas. You can also visit its largest indigenous group, the Kunas, who own and inhabit one of Panama's major tourist attractions, the San Blas Islands. Its multicultural population is reflected in the country's cuisine, western, Panamanian and American fast food is all on offer with a healthy spread of fresh seafood.

As it's such a diverse country that must be seen to be believed, a single Panama cruise may not be enough, and we are sure that once you first experience this wonderful destination, it won't be long until you're back for more.

Central America is comprised of Guatemala, Belize, El Salvador, Honduras, Nicaragua, Costa Rica, Panama and some parts of southern Mexico.

Despite all this diversity, one thing remains constant; the infectious enthusiasm for life and the warmth of the welcome you’ll receive.

Cruise types

World cruises also transit the Panama canal offering guests a great opportunity to view the marvel that is the Canal as well as visit the region.

Repositioning and World cruises also transit the Panama canal offering passengers a great opportunity to view the marvel that is the Canal as well as visit the region.

Cruise seasons

Most cruises sail in the Northern winter months from October to April.

Main Ports
Colon, Panama
Panama Canal


Weather
The region is tropical and days are hot, with nights being much cooler; temperatures range from 32 °C (90 °F) during the daytime to 21 °C (70 °F) in the evening, practically year-round. Humidity is always high at about 80%. The rainy season is usually between October and November, and the best months to visit are mid-December and late March.

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Panama & Central America Cruises

Hawaiian Islands, Panama & Cuba - Oceania Regatta

Departure: 29 Mar 2018 From: Honolulu, Hawaii Cruise line: Oceania Cruises Cruise Ship: Regatta.

OLIFE OFFER^^ 28 Night Fly, Cruise & Stay Tropical Artistry cruise aboard Oceania Regatta including 5-star stays in Waikiki Beach & Miami!

From
AU$10,749

Per Person

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The Panama Canal & Walls Of Ice - Norwegian Pearl

Departure: 08 Apr 2018 From: New Orleans, Louisiana, USA Cruise line: Norwegian Cruise Line Cruise Ship: Norwegian Pearl.

***LAST CABINS SELLING***BONUS OFFER^^ 32 Night Fly, Double-Cruise & Stay Panama Canal & Alaska cruise aboard Norwegian Pearl including 4-star stays in New Orleans & Seattle!

From
AU$8,349

Per Person

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Beaches To Movie Star Homes - Pacific Princess

Departure: 27 Apr 2018 From: Ft Lauderdale (Pt Everglades), USA Cruise line: Princess Cruises Cruise Ship: Pacific Princess.

BONUS CREDIT* Fly, Cruise & Stay 21 nights Panama Canal with Pacific Princess ex Ft Lauderdale to Los Angeles incl 4 star stays in both Ft Lauderdale & Los Angeles PLUS Movie Star Homes Tour!

From
AU$6,239

Per Person

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Panama Canal & Mexico - Celebrity Infinity

Departure: 24 Sep 2018 From: Ft Lauderdale (Pt Everglades), USA Cruise line: Celebrity Cruises Cruise Ship: Celebrity Infinity.

20 Night Fly, Cruise & Stay Panama Canal cruise aboard Celebrity Infinity from Fort Lauderdale to San Diego including 4-star stays in Fort Lauderdale & San Diego!

From
AU$5,699

Per Person

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Scenic Serenade - Oceania Regatta

Departure: 27 Sep 2018 From: Vancouver, BC. Canada Cruise line: Oceania Cruises Cruise Ship: Regatta.

31 Night Cruise & Stay from Vancouver to Miami onboard Oceania Regatta incl 5 star stay in Vancouver & Miami!

From
AU$10,399

Per Person

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