Take A Westbound Panama Canal Cruise Vacation

Posted on Sunday, November 29, 2009 |
Panama Canal CruiseSet sail from Miami, Florida to Colombia, Panama Canal, Costa Rica, Mexico and Cailfornia aboard the award-winning Celebrity Constellation.

To book your Panama Canal Cruise go to http://cruisesalefinder.com.au.

Celebrity Constellation is a Millennium class cruise ship of Celebrity Cruises. She is the co-flagship of the Celebrity fleet, along with Century-class ship Century. Her three sister ships are the Celebrity Infinity, Summit, and Millennium. Celebrity Constellation consistently receives top honors from Condé Nast's readers survey, and is currently ranked by readers as the best large cruise ship (source: Wikipedia).

On this voyage Celebrity Constellation's ports of call include:
  • Cartagena, Colombia: Founded in 1533, Cartagena is the picture-perfect Spanish-colonial village. A fortress wall surrounds the historic village's pastel-colored architecture, quaint streets and fine cathedrals.
  • Panama Canal (Cruising): For fifty miles the canal transects the exotic emerald jungles of Panama and gives one an appreciation of what a Herculean task it was to build this waterway before the advent of computers and giant earth movers.
  • Puntarenas, Costa Rica: Located along the Pacific coast of Costa Rica, where the native wildlife ranges from macaws to jaguars. Puntarenas is a fishing port -- try the ceviche de corvine - fresh fish marinated in lime juice with onions, peppers and spices.
  • Huatulco, Mexico: At the foot of the Sierra del Sur Mountains, Huatulco is actually made up of nine distinct bays. The turquoise waters are home to an abundance of sea life and provide a delightful aquatic playground for visitors.
  • Acapulco, Mexico: World-famous beaches offer up the sun and surf for different agendas, whether you're in the mood for exhilaration of serenity.
  • Cabo San Lucas, Mexico: This southernmost enclave on the tip of the Baja Peninsula features unearthly rock formations, cantinas owned by rock stars and hundreds of ways to enjoy yourself on, in, under and close to the water.
  • San Diego, California: In addition to being home to a world-class zoo and aquarium, San Diego is a laid-back navy town that is the closest U.S. city to Mexico.

Video: The Panama Canal

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