Discover Central America with ultimate cruising
From the vibrant beat of salsa music and colourful architecture of Cuba to the catchy reggae music of Jamaica, Central America offers a whole new world of discovery! Step back in time and admire the old Cadillacs bouncing over pot-holed roads in Havana or admire the brightly coloured village buildings in Colombia, dance to the catchy reggae tunes in Jamaica or wander the ancient fortresses. There is always something new to discover, a new experience waiting to tease your senses and just when you think you’ve seen it all, there’s …. The Galapagos Islands!
With 18 main islands, 3 smaller island and numerous islets, the Galapagos Islands are an experience everyone must discover once in their lifetime! Here, the wildlife has little fear of humans and are likely to approach you with a curiosity and cheekiness infinitely endearing! You may find yourself swimming with sea lions and don’t be surprised to see penguins, despite being in the tropics! It is the only place in the world where a penguin can be found in its natural habitat in the northern hemisphere. The Galapagos Islands is also the only place where the Waved Albatross nests. You may also see iguanas, green turtles, marine turtles, sea lions, whales, 56 native birds, 29 land birds, and giant tortoises.
Central America … there’s nowhere else like it!
CUBA CUBA WITH SILVERSEAFROM
Hold onto your hats and get your dancing shoes on – Cuba is waiting! Step back into yesteryear with Cuban cigars and cadillacs bouncing over pot-holed roads. It’s a vibrant mix of young and old, alive and humming to a unique Latin tempo!
CRUISE LINE: Silversea
VESSEL: Silver Cloud Expedition
PKG NUMBER: 181
GALAPAGOS ISLANDS THE BEAUTIFUL AND RARE GALAPAGOSFROM
Explore the legendary Galápagos Islands, aboard a classic, 96-guest expedition ship, uniquely equipped for actively experiencing the island's wildlife and wonders. The 10-day expedition with National Geographic Islander starts from AUD$7510* per person twin share, cruise only.
CRUISE LINE: Lindblad Expeditions
VESSEL: National Geographic Islander
PKG NUMBER: 192