Costa Rica Cruises
Small ship cruises along Costa Rica’s unspoiled coastline offer secluded beaches, colorful underwater life, inviting locals, national parks with abundant wildlife and time at the Panama Canal. Why book your Costa Rica small ship cruise with AdventureSmith?
Experience Costa Rica’s vibrant coastline via kayak, paddleboard, snorkeling and hiking.
Our Costa Rica cruises contribute to the communities and habitats along the way.
Our expertise in sailing Costa Rica ensures you book the best Costa Rica cruise for you.
Our Costa Rica cruise deals offer you discounts, free extensions and other benefits.
Small Ship Cruises in Costa Rica
We are award-winning Costa Rica small ship cruise specialists, ready to help you experience secluded Costa Rica beaches from state-of-the-art, luxury expedition vessels and stylish megayachts, or consider sailing Costa Rica—we’ve done the research for you on all the options. The hallmark of our small ship cruises in Costa Rica is the ability to explore off the ship, away from port, in unique regions that are otherwise inaccessible.
Costa Rica & Panama Canal Cruises
All of our small ship cruises in Costa Rica include either a visit to, or a full transit of, the 50-plus-mile Panama Canal. Experience this feat of engineering that took over 75,000 workers to complete. Choose from options starting in Costa Rica or Panama, with stops at popular Panama travel points like the Pearl Islands, Panama City and San Blas Islands. Ensure you experience the Panama Canal in the best way with the help of our award-winning Adventure Specialists, who remain a resource while you’re packing and traveling.
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Sailing Costa Rica: A Winter Escape
Our Costa Rica small ship cruises operate November through March, offering an excellent warm-weather getaway during the cold North American winter. Costa Rica’s sunny, white-sand beaches are inviting during these dry season months, and migrant bird populations are in full effect. Note that the climate data referenced above is for Manuel Antonio National Park, Costa Rica.