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Cartagena (8 to 11 December 2019)

Lonely Planet describes Cartagena as “the undisputed queen of the Caribbean Coast, a fairytale city of romance, legends and superbly preserved beauty lying within an impressive 13km of centuries old colonial stone walls”. There might be…

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Guna Yala (San Blas) Islands (3 to 7 December 2019)

The network of roads known as the Pan-American Highway runs from Alaska to the tip of South America – except for a break of about 105 kms known as the Darien Gap spanning the border…

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Panama City (28 November to 2 December 2019)

Founded in 1519, Panama City was the first Spanish city established on the Pacific Coast of the Americas.  It was from here the Spaniards launched their expeditions which conquered the Inca empire in Peru and…

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Corcovado (24 to 27 November 2019)

Costa Rica contains 5% of the world’s biodiversity.  That’s a stunning number, when you consider it’s only 51,100 square kilometres.  To put that in perspective, the United States is 9.8 million square kilometres, and Australia…

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Manuel Antonio (21 to 24 November 2019)

Manuel Antonio National Park is one of the smallest national parks in Costa Rica, but it’s also one of the most visited.  That’s not surprising when you consider it is an area of pristine rainforest…

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