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Embark on an unforgettable trip down to Central and South America on a Panama Canal cruise in 2022. This 15-night holiday sailing departs from Los Angeles, California and visits six port destinations along the way, including Cabo San Lucas and Puerto Vallarta in Mexico; Puerto Quetzal, Guatemala; Puntarenas in Costa Rica; Cartagena, Colombia; and Colon, Panama. The highlight of this sailing includes a once-in-a-lifetime cruise through the Panama Canal, an engineering marvel that connects the Atlantic and Pacific Oceans.
Spend Christmas and New Year’s Eve on a spectacular Panama Canal cruise in 2022. This special holiday itinerary aboard Celebrity Millennium is the perfect way to celebrate the most wonderful time of the year. Enjoy restful days at sea, action-packed days on land, and the bucket-list experience of sailing through the magnificent Panama Canal.
Discover fascinating destinations in Central America and South America, where you’ll encounter stunning natural landscapes, outdoor adventure, and colonial architecture and history. Get a taste of the tropics during a stop in Costa Rica’s Puntarenas, where you can explore its verdant jungle on a safari excursion, zipline through treetops, or go surfing at one of its dreamy beaches.
Soak in the sun in Mexico’s Cabo San Lucas and Puerto Vallarta, two destinations where you can feast on delicious cuisine, lounge on golden sand beaches, and try watersports like snorkeling, fishing, and kayaking. Step back in time in Cartagena, Colombia, a historic walled city where you’ll walk on cobblestone streets and admire pastel-colored buildings with blooming flowers dangling from the balconies. In Puerto Quetzal, make your way to nearby Antigua and marvel at this 500-year-old Spanish settlement full of quaint streets, historic churches, and an active volcano in the distance. While in Colon, watch the intricate lock system of the Panama Canal from a front-row seat.