Posted on Mar 3, 2010 | 0 comments
Colon’s cruise ports have become a key ingredient in the success of Panama’s tourism industry. These ports, the Cristobal Cruise Terminal and the Colon 2000 Cruise Terminal, service an increasing number of visitors who view Panama as a world-class cruise destination. They are a boon to this long-dormant industry.Read More
Posted on Feb 23, 2010 | 0 comments
Kralendijk, Bonaire is in the Netherlands Antilles. This day stop on your Grandeur of the Seas cruise that departs from Panama, is a sleepy town with wonderful beaches, Creole cooking, and scuba diving along its coral reef. US dollars as well as credit cards are accepted.
There is so much beach at Kralendijk that locals just call the place “beach” or “playa”, the Spanish word for beach. This is a great place to wander along the beach with your feet in the surf or work on your tan. Because the waters around the island are a marine park scuba diving and snorkeling are close and a distinct possibility for your time “ashore.”Read More
Posted on Feb 3, 2010 | 0 comments
If you live outside of Panama, you will need to come here to take a Grandeur of the Seas cruise during the winter season. Why not take a look at Panama too?
You will fly to Tocumen International Airport to reach Panama. You can come directly from the airport to Colon, Panama for your cruise or, if you come a day or two early, you can spend a little time in Panama City.Read More
Posted on Mar 31, 2009 | 0 comments
Leaving Colon on Sunday evening, the week-long party gets into the swing of things. Although many join a cruise to enjoy the onboard facilities, fabulous food and entertainment, others use it as an opportunity to visit a number of different ports and experience a taste of each place.Read More