Panama Canal & Colonial Highlights with Lake Titicaca

Price from $6,998

Departure Dates
3 departures between Oct 2022 and Oct 2023

Discover the manmade wonders of the Panama Canal and Lake Titicaca

  • 11-day expedition cruise through the Panama Canal along the South American coasts of Ecuador and Peru, with a visit to Lake Titicaca.

  • Explore ancient Lima and the archaeological mysteries of Chan Chan and Aramu Muru, plus fascinating UNESCO historical sites in Ecuador and Peru.

  • Visit incredible Lake Titicaca, the Uros people who live on floating reed islands, and abundant wildlife–birds, fish and amphibians.

Feats of engineering and wondrous wildlife

On this unforgettable expedition, we'll see some of the gems of the South American Pacific coastline. Starting in Colón, we'll travel through the ingeniously designed Panama Canal, explore colorful Puerto Bolivar, visit Trujillo's ancient ruins and mystical Amaru Muro.

The world's highest navigable lake

Heading inland to Lake Titicaca, also the largest lake in South America, you'll meet the local Uros people, who weave totoro reeds to create their floating homes. You can also explore the lakes' tranquil waters by kayak.

What's Included

Onboard activities

Landing activities

Route overview

We'll help you plan where to go, when to visit and how long to stay

A view over Colón, Panama

Day 1

Embarking at Colón

Day 2

Through the Panama Canal

Day 3

Relax at sea

Day 4

Made in Montecristi

Day 5

Bountiful Puerto Bolivar

Day 6

Science and leisure

Day 7

Trujillo and Chan Chan

Day 8

From Callao to Juliaca

Day 9

The Uros of Lake Titicaca

Day 10

Chucuito and Aramu Muru

Day 11

Lima’s UNESCO treasures

Included Activities

It's a mixture of adventure activities for individuals of all ages

Photo Credit: Espen Mills

Onboard Science Program

Our Science Programme has one goal: to increase your curiosity, knowledge and interest of the areas you are sailing to.

Young Explorers Program

Welcome all young explorers

South America

Panama Canal & Colonial Highlights with Lake Titicaca