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Oceania Cruises, Canal & Coves from Miami, January 18, 2023

Oceania Cruises Western Caribbean 20-day route

Cruising from: Miami, Florida;

Departure Date: 18 January, 2023;

Cruise Line: Oceania Cruises;

Cruise Ship: Sirena;

Duration: 20-day cruise;

Ports of Call: Miami, Key West, Costa Maya, Harvest Caye, Santo Tomas, Roatan, Puerto Limon, Panama Canal, Panama City, Panama City, Panama City, Panama Canal, Cartagena, Santa Marta, Aruba, Curacao, Port Antonio, Grand Cayman, Miami;



20-day cruise to Miami, Key West, Costa Maya, Harvest Caye, Santo Tomas, Roatan, Puerto Limon, Panama Canal, Panama City, Panama City, Panama City, Panama Canal, Cartagena, Santa Marta, Aruba, Curacao, Port Antonio, Grand Cayman, Miami on board Sirena.

Day 0 Miami, Florida

Miami is well known across the globe for its glitz and glamor and its beaches and sunny weather. PortMiami, formally the Dante B. Fascell Port of Miami, is a major seaport located in Biscayne Bay in Miami, Florida. PortMiami delivers a tropical vacation experience like no other port in the world.

Day 1 Key West, Florida

As part of the Florida Keys archipelago, Key West is famed for its pastel-hued, conch-style houses. Some of our most popular Key West tourist activities on the water include dolphin encounters, kayaking the backcountry, diving, and snorkeling. On land, shopping, museums, art galleries, tours, theaters, and more await you.

Day 2 At Sea, Cruising

Wonderful day at Sea.

Day 3 Costa Maya, Mexico

Puerto Costa Maya, located on a peninsula along Mexico's Caribbean coast, is a regular port of call on Western Caribbean itineraries. Costa Maya includes two small villages: Mahahual and Xcalak. From beach breaks, snorkeling, Mayan ruins, exploring nearby beaches, ATV rides on the beach, and reef fishing, Costa Maya has it all.

Day 4 Harvest Caye, Belize

Harvest Caye is a private island owned by Norwegian Cruise Line, located in southern Belize. The caye features wildlife exhibitions, including a blue morpho butterfly house. Harvest Caye features a lot of activities like relaxing at the swimming pool area, the beach, and the lagoon. Or having fun at a kid's splash pad or the Landshark Bar and Grill.

Day 5 Santo Tomas, Guatemala

Santo Tomas de Castilla, also known as Matias de Galvez, is a modern port in Guatemala. Cruise ship passengers visit Guatemala mostly for its Maya culture. The ruins include the biggest stelae found in the Mayan world and offer views of the surrounding flora.

Day 6 Roatan, Honduras

The beautiful Caribbean island of Roatan is the largest of the Bay Islands, which are a part of Honduras. Roatan has become an important cruise ship, scuba diving, and eco-tourism destination in Honduras. Roatan offers a variety of white-sand beaches, tropical resorts, and even a world-class designer golf course, The Black Pearl.

Day 7 At Sea, Cruising

Wonderful day at Sea.

Day 8 Puerto Limon, Costa Rica

Puerto Limon is the biggest city on Costa Rica's Caribbean coast and the capital of Limon Province. A significant landmark of Limon is Parque Vargas, a waterfront park bordered by the sea wall. The port city has one notable museum, the Museo Etnohistorico de Limon, with cultural and historical exhibits relating to the local area. There is also the central market, full of souvenirs and local crafts. Puerto Limon is a good base for adventurous urban explorers.

Day 9 Panama Canal, Panama

The Panama Canal is a lock-type canal, owned and administered by the Republic of Panama, that connects the Atlantic and Pacific oceans through the narrow Isthmus of Panama. The length of the Panama Canal from shoreline to shoreline is about 40 miles, and from deep water in the Atlantic to deep water in the Pacific, about 50 miles. The canal, which was completed in August 1914, is one of the two most strategically important artificial waterways in the world.

Day 10 Panama City, Panama

The capital of Panama is Panama City, which may be found on the Pacific coast not far to the east of the Panama Canal. The financial and shipping centers of Central America are located in Panama City, the most developed city in the region. The city of Panama is home to delectable cuisine, a plethora of shopping opportunities, and a lively bar and club scene. Casco Viejo, the city's oldest neighborhood, preserves many of the buildings and streets from the time when the city was a major New World/Old World commerce center. Because of its diverse population, the capital city of Panama offers something for everyone.

Day 11 Panama City, Panama

The capital of Panama is Panama City, which may be found on the Pacific coast not far to the east of the Panama Canal. The financial and shipping centers of Central America are located in Panama City, the most developed city in the region. The city of Panama is home to delectable cuisine, a plethora of shopping opportunities, and a lively bar and club scene. Casco Viejo, the city's oldest neighborhood, preserves many of the buildings and streets from the time when the city was a major New World/Old World commerce center. Because of its diverse population, the capital city of Panama offers something for everyone.

Day 12 Panama City, Panama

The capital of Panama is Panama City, which may be found on the Pacific coast not far to the east of the Panama Canal. The financial and shipping centers of Central America are located in Panama City, the most developed city in the region. The city of Panama is home to delectable cuisine, a plethora of shopping opportunities, and a lively bar and club scene. Casco Viejo, the city's oldest neighborhood, preserves many of the buildings and streets from the time when the city was a major New World/Old World commerce center. Because of its diverse population, the capital city of Panama offers something for everyone.

Day 13 Panama Canal, Panama

The Panama Canal is a lock-type canal, owned and administered by the Republic of Panama, that connects the Atlantic and Pacific oceans through the narrow Isthmus of Panama. The length of the Panama Canal from shoreline to shoreline is about 40 miles, and from deep water in the Atlantic to deep water in the Pacific, about 50 miles. The canal, which was completed in August 1914, is one of the two most strategically important artificial waterways in the world.

Day 14 Cartagena, Colombia

Originally called "Cartagena de Indias," Cartagena is one of the oldest cities in Colombia and an important port for the country. The port is a frequent stop for cruise ships in the southern Caribbean, especially those making the transit through the Panama Canal. What makes Cartagena so amazing is the sum of its many wonderful parts: its colonial, republican, and modern architecture; the allure of its lively nightlife; its cultural festivals; its exuberant landscapes; its magnificent beaches; its outstanding gastronomic offerings; and its significant hotel and tourism infrastructure. The city is like a colonial treasure trove available to the public, but it has much more to offer than just history and culture. The Old Town of Cartagena is a Unesco World Heritage Site, and it is a labyrinth of cobbled streets, balconies draped with bougainvillea, and massive churches whose shadows fall across plazas of lush vegetation.

Day 15 Santa Marta, Colombia

Santa Marta is the capital of the department of Magdalena and the fourth-largest urban city in the Caribbean Region of Colombia. The city is located on the shores of the Bay of Santa Marta on the Caribbean Sea, in the foothills of the Sierra Nevada, whose peaks can be seen on clear days from the beach. Santa Marta's beach captivates with activities and culture, among other options. Here visitors always find something to do: diving, adventure sports, visiting beaches where the rainforest meets the sea, bird watching, a historic city tour, and a visit to the heart of the Tayrona culture.

Day 16 Aruba, Dutch Caribbean

Aruba is one of the three ABC islands in the southern Caribbean and a popular port of call for cruise ships from Miami, Florida. Aruba, a Caribbean island off the coast of Venezuela, is an extremely safe tourist paradise, filled with glistening white sand beaches and countless entertainment options. Aruba also has a unique climate, combining the Caribbean tropics with a beautiful desert landscape. The Aruba travel season from Miami, Florida, lasts all year since the weather stays consistently warm. The best way to maximize your happy memories on the One Happy Island is to spend some time researching the sights and attractions or try some adventurous activities and entertainment.

Day 17 Curacao, Dutch Caribbean

Curacao cruises put you in the center of the Southern Caribbean's action. The vibrantly colored island of Curacao, located some 37 miles north of the coast of Venezuela, is part of the ABC chain of islands, which also includes Aruba and Bonaire. Curacao has two main docking spots: the new Curacao Mega Pier (West Willemstad) and the Curacao Cruise Terminal (Mathey Wharf). Willemstad, often called the Amsterdam of the Caribbean, is the capital and main cruise port on the island of Curacao. It is like an old-world European metropolis that was dumped into the Caribbean. You can take a slow walk through the historic district and port, relax on Mambo Beach, or go to one of the city's many museums to learn about the area's rich cultural history.

Day 18 At Sea, Cruising

Wonderful day at Sea.

Day 19 Port Antonio, Jamaica

Port Antonio is the capital of the parish of Portland on the northeastern coast of Jamaica. With its charming mess of markets, higglers (street vendors), and Georgian architecture in various states of disrepair, its greenery, and nearby beaches, the island was glamorized by Hollywood as a model of paradise in movies. One popular sight in this area is the Blue Lagoon in Jamaica, which owes its color to its depth of 200 feet. Other sights include the secluded Frenchman's Cove Beach, the ruins of Folly Mansion, and the historic DeMontevin Lodge. The Rio Grande, Boston Bay, and Reach Falls are also close by.

Day 20 Grand Cayman, Cayman Islands

The largest of the Cayman Islands, Grand Cayman, is a popular cruise destination for Western Caribbean cruises, with cruise ships anchoring in George Town Harbour. George Town is home to many restaurants, activities, and shops. Work on your tan under the warm sun, relax while watching the waves roll in, or take a more adventurous route by diving, snorkeling, and boating in the crystalline waters.

Day 21 At Sea, Cruising

Wonderful day at Sea.

Day 22 Miami, Florida

Miami is well known across the globe for its glitz and glamor and its beaches and sunny weather. PortMiami, formally the Dante B. Fascell Port of Miami, is a major seaport located in Biscayne Bay in Miami, Florida. PortMiami delivers a tropical vacation experience like no other port in the world.

Sail with Oceania Cruises from Miami to the Western Caribbean. Discover the best of Florida, Cruising, Mexico, Belize, Guatemala, Honduras, Costa Rica, Panama, Colombia, Dutch Caribbean, Jamaica, Cayman Islands on this Western Caribbean cruise from Miami on board Sirena cruise ship. and discover amazing Miami, Key West, Costa Maya, Harvest Caye, Santo Tomas, Roatan, Puerto Limon, Panama Canal, Panama City, Panama City, Panama City, Panama Canal, Cartagena, Santa Marta, Aruba, Curacao, Port Antonio, Grand Cayman, Miami. Sirena leaving Miami, Florida for 20 day from January 18, 2023.


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