Adventure World Travel has recently released its 2020/21 UnCruise Small Ship Expeditions brochure.
New for 2020 is an eight-day Colombia & Panama: Coral, Jungles and Canal cruise combines the two coastlines where the river ends and the jungle begins for an imperceptible viewing. Among the included highlights is an incredible Indigenous cultural experience where guests can meet the Guna people and visit their Embera village. Travellers also have the opportunity to see howler monkeys, scarlet macaws, white-faced capuchins and sloths along guided walks and hikes.
In 2021, UnCruise will have a new seven-night Prince William Sound Adventure Cruise which sees guest traipse to remote and wild areas of Alaska to witness dozens of glaciers including College Fjord, Columbia Glacier and Harriman Glacier. They will also visit, Cordova, a small fishing village and have an insight into the Eyak Native culture, a Native American indigenous group who originated from the Copper River.
With increased demand in Hawaii, UnCruise has also recently launched year-round departures to the island for those guests looking to travel anytime of the year. Aboard the 36-guest Safari Explorer, travellers will search for pilot whales and whale sharks or snorkel with green sea turtles and Giant Pacific Manta rays. UnCruise guests will visit explore shorelines rarely visited in winter and hear stories from respected elders to learn about Hawaiian legends and culture.
To celebrate the launch of the brochure, travel agents can take advantage of a special offer for 2020 sailings which is a saving of up to $900 on select Alaska Fjords & Glaciers on board S.S. Legacy when booked by 13 December, 2019.