Crystal Symphony %lt;br%gt; 18 Night Panama Adventure %lt;br%gt; Fort Lauderdale to Los Angeles

Crystal Symphony
18 Night Panama Adventure
Fort Lauderdale to Los Angeles

Ship: Crystal Symphony
Cruise Line: Crystal Cruises - Ocean
Cruise Date:  30 April 2018
Duration: 18 Nights
Ports: Grand Cayman, Cartagena - Colombia, Panama Canal, San Juan del Sur, Puerto Quetzal, Huatulco, Puerto Vallarta, Cabo San Lucas, San Diego, Los Angeles
Airport gateway (Arrival) : Miami
Airport gateway (Departure) : Los Angeles


Date Port Arrival Departure
Apr 30, Monday
Ft. Lauderdale, Florida, USA »   6 pm
Originally a fort built by the U.S. Army in 1838, during the Second Seminole War, Ft. Lauderdale has little left of its warlike past. Instead the city welcomes visitors with broad beaches and an easy pace of life, plus convenient air and water connections that make the city a perfect place to begin or end a cruise.
May 1, Tuesday
Cruising the Caribbean Sea  »
May 2, Wednesday
Grand Cayman/George Town, British West Indies » 8 am 5 pm
Grand Cayman boasts endless beaches that are encircled by coral reefs teeming with an abundance of marine life. On shore, affluent colonial neighborhoods dominate the West Bay area, while the East End affords natural attractions such as spectacular blowholes and fragrant botanical gardens. Its quaint capital, George Town, offers British charm and tempting duty-free bargains. Shopping highlights include black coral fashioned into exquisite jewelry, imported woolens, elegant china and gleaming silverware. After shopping and sightseeing, enjoy relaxing on that magnificent crescent of sand, Seven Mile Beach.
May 3, Thursday
Cruising the Caribbean Sea  »
May 4, Friday
Cartagena, Colombia » 7 am 3 pm
Charming Cartagena is one of the most fascinating towns in South America. The old city, almost completely surrounded by lagoons, bays and the Caribbean Sea, is still girded by its 17th-century fortifications. Once these guarded the gold and treasures of the New World, bound for Spain; now they shelter ornate churches and convents, the dramatic Palace of the Inquisition, and other historic gems.
May 5, Saturday
Cruising the Panama Canal and Gatun Lake  »
May 6, Sunday
Cruising the Coast of Costa Rica  »
May 7, Monday
San Juan del Sur, Nicaragua » 8 am 6 pm
Once a sleepy fishing village, San Juan de Sur has been energized by the discovery of its charming, crescent-shaped bay, excellent surfing and fishing, and authentic, laid-back culture. Vacationers certainly appreciate this slice of Pacific Coast paradise, strolling along golden-sand beaches and streets lined with wooden buildings painted in vibrant colors. What continues to make San Juan del Sur special is that it still retains its quiet side, with the town belonging mostly to the locals during the week and morning wake-up calls still being provided by the neighborhood rooster. Hammocks and sunsets are the way of life in San Juan del Sur, where the hilltop statue of Christ of the Mercy gazes upon the bay, like Christ the Redeemer in Rio de Janeiro, but on a much smaller scale.
May 8, Tuesday
Cruising the Coast of Central America  »
May 9, Wednesday
Puerto Quetzal, Guatemala » 7 am 8 pm
Pronounced "ket-ZAL" by the local people, Puerto Quetzal is named for a rare and magnificent bird of the same name who sports iridescent tail features three feet long. So revered by Guatamalans, this bird's graceful image has appeard on the national coins, the country's flag,stately coats of arms and prized stamps. Sightings today are rare, for man has encroached on the bird's natural environment.
May 10, Thursday
Cruising the Coast of Central America  »
May 11, Friday
Huatulco, Mexico » 7 am 5 pm
While Acapulco is Mexico's oldest resort, Huatulco is its newest. Carefully planned and developed by FONATUR, a part of Mexico's tourism department, Huatulco will-and already does-have it all. In addition to the obvious activities of snorkeling and diving, Huatulco offers ecotourism attractions such as river rafting, rappelling and jungle trail hiking. The town boasts an 18-hole golf course and some of the best resort hotels on the southern coast. Its setting couldn't be more ideal for either the eco-activities or the simple act of relaxation. More precisely called Bahías de Huatulco, or Bays of Huatulco, the area encompasses nine pristine bays, 36 beaches, innumerable isolated coves and the promise of remaining ruggedly beautiful-over 40,000 of its acres have been set aside as ecological preserve.
May 12, Saturday
Cruising the Coast of Mexico  »
May 13, Sunday
Puerto Vallarta, Mexico » 8 am 5 pm
Embraced by rugged tropical mountains on one side and the beautiful Banderas Bay on the other, Puerto Vallarta is second only to Acapulco when it comes to the Mexican Riviera's leading resort cities. White stucco houses are capped with red-tile roofs and surrounded by bougainvillea-lined cobblestone streets. Native women who beat their laundry along riverbanks as busy fishing boats return to port illustrate a lifestyle that has been maintained for decades. Nearby, sophisticated restaurants, luxury hotels, smart boutiques and lively nightclubs bear testament to the changes wrought on this quiet seaside city since the 1960s. Life here has never been quite the same since the filming of the movie "Night of the Iguana" and the worldwide publicity accorded the romance of its stars, Richard Burton and Elizabeth Taylor. Puerto Vallarta brims with life. Shop for leather goods, shell and silver jewelry, hand-embroidered blouses or painted figures from Oaxaca. Explore cobblestone streets and picturesque alleyways filled with the scents and bustling energy of Mexico.
May 14, Monday
Cabo San Lucas, Mexico » 9 am 5 pm
Cabo San Lucas is nestled on the southernmost tip of the Baja Peninsula, where the cool currents of the Pacific Ocean meet the warm waters of the Sea of Cortez. Commanding rock formations, timeless desert and a translucent sea provide a compelling introduction to this tranquil resort town. Here, mile upon mile of golden sandy coves dot the shoreline while marlin and sailfish frolic in the waters offshore. Laze on a deserted beach, explore the undersea world or discover bustling shops and markets for tempting treasures such as silver, jewelry and wooden sculptures.
May 15, Tuesday
Cruising the Coast of Mexico  »
May 16, Wednesday
San Diego, California, USA (overnight) » 9 am  
From the old Gas Lamp Quarter to the Horton Plaza, named after the former owner of the present city area, San Diego combines history with progress. Bordered on one side by the graceful Pacific Ocean lapping its shores and the hot desert plains on the other, this magical city is a festive and colorful attraction for tourists and locals. Close by lies graceful La Jolla, Spanish for the jewel, and Solana Beach, a beach community located near charming Del Mar. Whether you venture into Old Town, the original site of this city, or one of its gorgeous parks, you'll come to understand why San Diego has established itself as one of the most popular destinations in the United States.
May 17, Thursday
San Diego, California, USA »   6 pm
May 18, Friday
Los Angeles/San Pedro, California, USA » 8 am

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