Panama Canal: Mexico & Costa Rica to Miami Panama Canal: Mexico & Costa Rica to Miami Panama Canal: Mexico & Costa Rica to Miami

21-day Cruise on Norwegian Encore

Panama Canal: Mexico & Costa Rica to Miami

from Seattle, Washington

Sail through Halloween with all treats, no tricks, during this immersive 21-day cruise aboard one of our newest and most innovative ships, Norwegian Encore. Outside San Francisco, journey to Napa Valley to sample world-famous wines or tour the city’s infamous prison located on Alcatraz Island. In Cabo San Lucas, experience a one-of-a-kind excursion into the Mexican Outback to ride a camel along a white-sand beach and then savor traditional cuisine at a local ranch. From Puerto Caldera, enjoy a short tranquil boat ride to Tortuga Island and explore its lush forest and splash around the warm turquoise waters. Then experience the jaw-dropping modern wonder of the Panama Canal on this unforgettable vacation.
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    Experience the largest race track at sea on Norwegian Encore.
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    Cruise the world's most famous short cut - the Panama Canal.
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    Winner of Best New Ship, Porthole Cruise Magazine 2020 Editor-in-Chief Awards
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2197
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21 Days. 13 Ports. 1 Amazing Vacation.
Port of Call
Seattle, Washington
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Seattle sits on the slip of land between Puget Sound and Lake Washington, with the Olympic and Cascade Mountains serving as a dramatic backdrop for this oh-so cosmopolitan city. Soar up the futuristic Space Needle and experience the views atop this stunning landmark created for the 1962 World's Fair.

Port of Call
San Francisco, California
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Come see why so many people end up leaving their hearts in this city by the Bay. It's a place where little cable cars rise up steep hills to reveal magnificent vistas and winding streets meander past candy-colored Victorian homes. With so many sights you may want to plan a few extra days to take it all in.

Port of Call
Los Angeles, California
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Check out the scene at Venice Beach. Spot a celebrity or two on Rodeo Drive. Take a walk down the Hollywood Walk of Fame. Explore the La Brea Tar Pits or Getty Center. Or spend the day at one of L.A.'s world-famous theme parks.

Port of Call
San Diego, California
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It's not just a cliché – San Diego really does have some of the most enjoyable weather anywhere. This Southern Cal city also offers 70 miles of soft-sand beaches, a world-renowned zoo, spectacular golf course, and memorable destinations like Coronado, La Jolla and Del Mar.

Port of Call
Cabo San Lucas, Mexico
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Cabo's signature landmark is El Arco ("The Arch"), a rock formation at the tip of "Land's End." The jewel of the Baja Peninsula is famous for its world-class sportfishing, as well as its high-end resorts and exclusive gated communities that line an area simply called "the Corridor."

Port of Call
Puerto Vallarta, Mexico
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Smaller and more subdued than Acapulco, Puerto Vallarta has retained a good deal of its small village charm along with 26 miles of spectacular beaches along the Banderas Bay. Stroll the cobblestone streets to the Church of Our Lady of Guadalupe. Or peruse the many local wares for sale at the open-air markets.

Port of Call
Acapulco, Mexico
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As one of Mexico's oldest coastal tourist destinations, Acapulco has much to offer both tourist and traveler. Shop, swim or simply take a siesta on the beach. But be sure not to miss the legendary La Quebrada cliff divers.

Port of Call
Puerto Quetzal, Guatemala
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This port city was constructed in 1984 to help connect nearby cities. Travelers often venture out to Antigua, a 90-minute trek to where 17th century colonial facades beckons and Guatemalan history comes alive.

Port of Call
San Juan del Sur, Nicaragua
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Situated along the Pacific in southwestern Nicaragua, the coastal town of San Juan Del Sur is one of the country’s most popular vacation destinations. Discover local boutiques, delicious cuisine and beautiful landscape through a wide range of activities and tours. Whether horseback riding through a lush forest, gliding across emerald waters on a catamaran or catching some waves at one of the world-class surfing spots, everyone can find a piece of paradise in San Juan Del Sur.

Port of Call
Puntarenas (Puerto Caldera), Costa Rica
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Just a few miles from Puerto Caldera is Puntarenas, where stunning beaches, an array of wildlife, and streets lined with restaurants, bars and cafés await. Carara National Park is a must for nature lovers and features ancestral trees and secondary forests, perfect for spotting wildlife such as crocodiles and 400-plus species of birds, including colorful scarlet macaws. Or, switch gears and party with the locals at Jaco, about 30 miles south. There, find sun, fun and sand with plenty of bars and places to grab a bite.

Port of Call
Panama City (Fuerte Amador), Panama
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Peppered with classic French and Spanish architecture, you can roam as far as your eyes can see in decadent Fuerte Amador. And be sure to make your way through Panama’s verdant rainforests, visit secluded villages, and purchase handmade crafts in the city. Once you’ve worked up an appetite, sample a tamal de olla, a local specialty containing chicken with corn-stuffed cornmeal, vegetables, olives and raisins.

Scenic Cruising event
Daylight Transit Panama Canal
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Experience one of the world's best short cuts! Journey 40 miles through the Panama Canal for an unforgettable experience. Witness first-hand one of the world's manmade short cuts that has changed travel and the transport of goods worldwide.

Port of Call
Cartagena, Colombia
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The old walled city of Cartagena reflects a turbulent history of conquistadors and pirates. Climb "las murallas" for an unforgettable view of the harbor. Shop for emeralds and leather goods along the cobblestone streets of this enchanting city. Looking for a cruise to Cartagena? Check out our selection of Panama Canal cruises.

Port of Call
Miami, Florida
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Miami's amazing medley of cultures and flashy urban settings makes it a scene to be seen. Visit the trendy Art Deco district of South Beach, Calle Ocho in Little Havana, the super-upscale neighborhoods of Coconut Grove and Coral Gables and the unique ecosystem of the Everglades. Looking for a cruise from Miami? Check out our selection of Caribbean cruises.

Dates & prices
Staterooms & Accommodations
There’s nothing like starting your morning with a glass of sunshine and fresh ocean breezes on your own private balcony. Our award-winning fleet offers a wide range of contemporary and comfortable accommodations designed for you, your family or even your group.
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  • Studio

  • Spa Suite