When I first heard of Un-Cruise Adventures, they primarily sailed to Alaska, but dabbled seasonally in Hawaii and Mexico’s Sea of Cortes. After two sailings with them (and a third on the way), I’ve become a huge fan of “Un-Cruising” thanks to their adventurous itineraries, comfortable ships, and spectacularly-friendly crews. Even better, they’re continually adding to the roster of destinations you can “un-cruise” to.
Beginning in October 2016, Un-Cruise will be sending their (massively refurbished) 64-guest Safari Voyager on innovative new itineraries that explore the far reaches of Costa Rica and Panama.
Running from October 2016 until April 2017, the 174-foot long Safari Voyager will offer weeklong Uncharted Isthmus! Sloths, Monkeys and Mangroves itineraries that sail between San Jose, Costa Rica and Panama City, Panama, or reverse. These will include a full transit of the Panama Canal along with inclusive excursions in each port of call, from active jungle explorations to wildlife encounters to more casual outings on the ship’s kayaks and paddle boards.
“We’re exploring further south along the West Coast of the Americas,” said Captain Dan Blanchard, CEO of Un-Cruise Adventures. “Costa Rica and Panama are ripe with adventure opportunities, wildlife and natural beauty.”
In Costa Rica, guests aboard the Safari Voyager will have the opportunity to visit Isla Tortuga, Curù National Wildlife R