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Safari Voyager Review

4.5 / 5.0
Editor Rating
12 reviews

Not up to par with their Alaska or Sea of Cortez cruises

Review for Safari Voyager to the Panama Canal & Central America
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NewportNic
10+ Cruises • Age 70s

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Sail Date: Feb 2017
Cabin:
Rain forest hike
Bar in the main lounge
Crossin Panama Canal, Gatun Locks at sunset
Paddleboarding in gorgeous bay
The best snorkeling in clear water.
Kayaking by the mangroves
Mut-mut bird
Howler monkey
Main lounge

Wanted to see this area and had been on Un-Cruise 5 times (Sea of Cortez, Northwest US and Alaska) on the Quest (smaller ship) and LOVED it!

Pros:

-the expedition staff was REALLY good and very enthusiastic.

Cabin Review

Cabin Jr Commodore

We may have had the best cabin on the ship (Jr Commodore suite #201). The room was very adequately sized, with queen bed, 2 nightstands, a sofa and desk. The closet space and other drawers were very adequate. One of our suitcases did not fit under the bed, as it was too deep, but we had room to navigate around it. This cabin has a full length shower in a decent-sized bathroom. We saw some of the others which had their sink in the room as opposed to the bathroom. Even the Owner's Suite (next door to us) had the full-sized tub and sink outside the bathroom, in the living area! And they had to keep their curtains closed for privacy, since that cabin has the deck where crew are working or passengers hang out right outside their front panorama windows.

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