From Panama to Peru, Columbia to Brazil, our Discovery Team
specialists will introduce you to local cultures that have arisen from the pre-Columbian era to the Incan Empire, the march of conquistadores to the festive music and street art of modern cities.
Relax on board your Discovery Yacht in Panama’s incomparable San Blas Islands, a heavenly archipelago of coral reefs and pristine beaches shaded by coconut palms, the perfect place to snorkel, paddle board or kayak with your Discovery guides. Transit the Panama Canal, from Gatun Lake to the Pacific Ocean, a 65-kilometre journey that takes you through three locks where Scenic Eclipse
is lowered 27 metres.
On the Pacific side, Darien National Park spans the two Americas and features an amazing range of habitats, including cloud and dwarf forests, mountains and mangroves. Thrill to the experience of discovering untamed jungle and fascinating customs of indigenous people.
Cruise into Columbia and discover the global phenomenon of Utria National Park, where the tide defines what life inhabits its incredible mangrove stands, marine turtles nest on beaches and humpback whales give birth in protected lagoons. Our Panama & Colombia Discovery voyage offers Scenic Freechoice. Take a mangrove walkway tour or a visit to the dazzling sand beaches of Playa Blanca, it’s your choice.
Sail south into Peru, an ideal chance to try a cooking or tasting class in Scenic Epicure or a yoga or pilates session, before reaching Islas Guanape, where our Discovery Team naturalists offer amazing Zodiac cruises to admire and photograph Southern sea lions and thousands of seabirds, including blue-footed boobies, Inca terns, Peruvian pelicans and Humboldt penguins.
From Callao, Lima’s seaport, to the capital’s downtown, explore the historic home of Spanish conquistadors, a stunning mix of colonial cathedrals, plazas and a famous monastery. Your Scenic Enrich experience is the key to one of the world’s most exquisite private art collections. Not open to the public, the Barbosa-Stern Collection features art dating back to the 16th Century, shown by the owners themselves.