Updates on Cruisng for October 26, 2020

Not much on the horizon at the moment with the cruise lines sailing out of the USA. We will know more by the end of this week. CDC had pushed back cruising until October 31st, and we will be brining the latest updates as they happen. We do recommend to book, especially if you are looking to go during a certain date and time of the year, once the flood gates are opened it will be harder to get availability due to social distancing. Also, if the CDC and other things come into play you can get a FCC Credit or refund depending on what yand when up booked.

I am sorry that I cannot offer more in this arena until, we get more information.

I will be attending multiple zoom calls and webinars with our travel partners this week and hope to get you more information.

I also mentioned a great offer from our newest favorite cruise lines. Windstar. WE love the Tall ship style yach cruising experience. Haven’t done it yet, but definitely something, we are anxious to do, and the first week of December, I will be having my business development manager on Talk Travel with Cheryl. So Stayed tuned for that. If you have missed any of our shows, we now have a dedicated page on Echevarria Travel website https://www.Echevarriatravel.com/

The offer is good until 10/28/2020 so hurry!


Sailing from Miami, FL to Colon, Panama Starting at $1999 per person, doulbe occupancy

Sailing April 22, 2021


Colors of Key West & Central America

Combine Caribbean fun with Central American culture on this remarkable 10-day cruise that stretches from Florida to the landmarks and lesser-known small ports along the coastlines of Mexico, Belize, Honduras, Columbia, Costa Rica, and Panama. It’s a balanced blend of exciting activities and cultural experiences offering enlightening insights. Uncover little-known facts about Key West’s famous resident writers, including Robert Frost, Tennessee Williams, and Ernest Hemingway, or sail to the Dry Tortugas National Park on a fast catamaran for an afternoon of snorkeling among vibrant coral reefs, skeletal shipwrecks, and old nautical artifacts. Swim between stalagmites during a guided exploration of Rio Secreto, an underground river system, or take in the view from the top of an ancient Mayan pyramid at the prominent Cobá archaeological site. Clutch a comfy floatation device as you float down Belize’s Cave Branch River and into the shadowy recesses of ancient Mayan caves. Scan the treetops and dense undergrowth in Cahuita National Park for sloths, coatis, and iguanas. Snorkel and sunbathe off Red Frog Beach near the small port of Bocas del Toro in Panama, or board a boat for a short voyage to Bird Island where you can observe colorful tropical birds and coastal marine life. This exceptional journey ends near the Old Quarter of Colon, where you can shop for Panamanian souvenirs or make a trip to Embera Quera, an indigenous community living off the grid along the leafy banks of Gatun Lake on the Panama Canal.

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