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Panama and Colombia: Exploring the Caribbean Coast on National Geographic Quest

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Panama and Colombia: Exploring the Caribbean Coast

Discover an astonishing trove of natural and cultural treasures as you navigate the Caribbean coast of Panama and Colombia aboard the National Geographic Quest. Hike into dense rainforests that harbor extraordinary biodiversity, glide through little-explored inlets by Zodiac and kayak, and meet the indigenous inhabitants of a secluded Panamanian archipelago where age-old traditions remain part of everyday life. Experience the diverse heritage of stunning cities and remote towns off the beaten path, from the Arab-influenced architecture of Colombia’s Santa Cruz de Lorica to the bustling shores of Santa Cruz del Islote—the most densely populated island in the world.

Trip Highlights

  • Transit the Panama Canal, gaining an up-close view of this modern marvel of engineering, and navigate the waters of the man-made Gatún Lake.
  • Discover the coastal treasures and remote wilderness of Colombia, exploring vibrant villages, pristine beaches, and wildlife-rich jungles.
  • Visit the palm-shaded Panamanian archipelago of Guna Yala (formerly San Blas Islands), an autonomous province that is home to the indigenous Guna people, and get immersed in local culture. Encounter timeless artistic traditions from the handcrafted mola textiles of Guna Yala to the famed vueltiaosombreros woven by artisans in the mountain village of Tuchín.
  • With the most bird species of any country (almost 1900) and an astonishing list of approximately 450 mammals, Colombia unquestionably contains within its borders the greatest biodiversity by area on the planet. Experience this wonderfully overwhelming variety of life as we explore Colombian wilderness along jungle trails.

 

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About National Geographic Quest
About Lindblad Expeditions
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For more than 50 years, Lindblad Expeditions has been sailing to captivating places near and far in pursuit of discovery, bringing along adventurous travelers to share in the thrill of uncovering the world’s wild secrets. With every voyage we undertake, our core belief is reinforced: that our planet holds infinite potential—for new experiences, enhanced knowledge, and increased understanding of our role in protecting its trove of natural and cultural treasures. 

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Oct 13, 2024 through
Oct 20, 2024
Oct 9, 2024 7:00 PM
7 Nights from
$5,912.00 (USD)
Per Person
Cabin code: 01
7808557
Oct 20, 2024 through
Oct 27, 2024
Oct 16, 2024 7:00 PM
7 Nights from
$5,912.00 (USD)
Per Person
Cabin code: 01
7808558
Oct 27, 2024 through
Nov 03, 2024
Oct 23, 2024 7:00 PM
7 Nights from
$5,912.00 (USD)
Per Person
Cabin code: 01
7808559
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Itinerary

Day Destination
1 Panama City, Panama / Balboa / Embark Ship
2 Gatún Lake / Barro Colorado / Panama Canal Crossing
3 Portobelo
4 Guna Yala Archipelago
5 Capurgana and Sapzurro, Colombia
6 Santa Cruz de Lorica / San Antero / Tuchín
7 Cispatá Bay / Sanguare Natural Reserve
8 Cartagena / Disembark Ship
Prices are per-person based on double occupancy, unless otherwise noted.