The Windstar luxury cruises company announced its travel program for 2013, which offers two routes that include the possibility to know some of the most beautiful Costa Rica tourist attractions, with different itineraries and discount options for early booking. The line has 25 years of experience – it was established in 1984 -.
The ships line is one of the most well-known travel experts companies notable for its modern, small computer-controlled sailing ships. The program offers a variety of itineraries and destinations to enjoy an unforgettable travel vacations between November 2012 and March 2013.
In the winter months, Windstar sails the Mediterranean shores, and in the Winter months, the company travels through the Caribbean and the beautiful Costa Rican Pacific coast where tourists can choose different kinds of activities in Costa Rica to do. Expert naturalists accompany all excursions. Tour options include visits to preserved areas, a float trip on the Corobici River and sea kayaking.
Windstar is considered a high-end cruise line, with four-star ships (out of five) rating. The ships have a capacity between 150 to 300 Passengers. Given the small size the on board service is very personal, and interaction with the ship’s officers is relatively easy and friendly.
The Windstar luxury cruises routes include the "Passage through Panama", a seven-day trip between Puerto Caldera, Costa Rica, and Colon, Panama. The cruiser passes through Drake Bay and Golfito, two exotic destinations that show a lot of the natural beauty, flora and fauna that the country offers to visitors.
In the other hand, "Naturally Costa Rica" is a seven-day cruise on the “Wind Star”, departing from Puerto Caldera and arriving in San Juan del Sur, Nicaragua, touching the ports of Playas del Coco, Quepos, Bahia Drake, Curu, and Tortuga, which are some of the most important Costa Rica attractions in the Pacific coast.
For travelers who want to know more about the country, and the capital city some Costa Rica travel packages include hotels in San Jose, and other options available before or after the cruise, for one, two or three nights.
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