Central America Cruise this Fall from $549

by  Amber Nolan | Jun 29, 2009
Carnival Freedom
Carnival Freedom / Photo courtesy of the cruise line

Central America is the perfect tropical destination for cruisers looking for an alternative to the classic Caribbean itineraries. However, the region's less-frequented ports – and wonderful absence of scores of other sun-seekers on the beaches – usually translates to much higher rates on sailings. Savvy cruisers can save a bundle by booking these exotic journeys well in advance. Case in point: Avoid the brochure rates of $1,919 on an 8-night Central American itinerary this fall and pay as little $549 by booking today – that’s just $69/night.

One thing we love about this cruise aboard Carnival Freedom is the perfect mix of time spent at sea as well as exploring the ports, so you won’t have to worry about getting cabin fever or feel like you’re rushing from one place to the next. The Freedom sails from Fort Lauderdale on September 26, and gives passengers an entire day to explore the ship before reaching its first stop in the snorkeling paradise of Cozumel, Mexico. From there, it’s another day at sea before reaching Puerto Limon, Costa Rica, an area well known for its eco-tourist attractions. Next up is Colon, Panama, also known as the gateway to the Miraflores Locks – and the legendary Panama Canal. After setting sail in late afternoon from Colon, the ship will spend two days in transit back to Fort Lauderdale.

For more information, visit www.travelocity.com.

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