Panama, Colombia, Nicaragua, Honduras, Belize, Mexico in a nutshell
Central America is an incredible place to go to discover the crystal-clear waters, sandy beaches and tucked away communities during an expedition cruise. Travelling on an expedition cruise ship to Central America is an incredibly unique opportunity not many travellers get to have.
Here is a quick overview of what you will see on the 10-day expedition cruise to Central America with One Ocean Expeditions:
Visiting the San Blas Islands is an absolute must on any visit to Central America. Its local residents, the Kuna people, live in this untouched tropical paradise. Arriving in small groups with local guides will give great insights into their daily lives.
San Andres and Providential Island are known for their magnificent beauty. Coral reefs and remote bays invite you to try some marine sports such as sea kayaking and stand up paddleboarding. The sandy beaches are ideal for your excursions with our expert photographer-in-residence, to capture its stunning wildlife and surroundings.
In Nicaragua, travellers have the chance to discover the crystal clear blue Caribbean water of Nicaragua’s least explored island: Miskito Cays. With a vast variety of marine mammals, it is known as a biological marine reserve and coastal fringe.
Wildlife, culture and tropical jungles – Honduras’ Jeannette Kawas National Park has it all. We give you the opportunity to explore its marine estuaries, tropical rainforests and mangrove swamps; home to over 300 bird species. For more than 100 years, the Garifuna people have called the area their home.
An absolute paradise for wildlife enthusiasts, our stop in Belize will be a highlight. Blackbird Caye and Turneffe Atoll are home to up to 500 species of fish, 65 species of stony coral, as well as sea turtles, manatees, dolphins and a plethora of seabirds.
The expedition cruise ends in Cozumel, Mexico’s island off the east coast.