Day 1 London - San Francisco
Titan’s VIP Home Departure Service® transports you from your front door to London Heathrow Airport and your direct, scheduled Virgin Atlantic flight to San Francisco. On arrival, we transfer to the Wyndham Parc 55. We enjoy an included dinner this evening at nearby Neptune’s Palace on Pier 39.
Day 2 San Francisco
This morning we take a tour of San Francisco, presenting an orientation of this most cosmopolitan, liberal and attractive city, including the Golden Gate Bridge, fashionable Nob Hill and vibrant Chinatown. The afternoon is free for you to make your own explorations and perhaps take a boat trip or view notorious Alcatraz Island. We enjoy an included dinner this evening.
Day 3 - San Francisco
We have a morning at leisure to enjoy this lively city before boarding Norwegian Sun (3T+) for an afternoon sailing.
Days 4-5 - At sea.
Day 6 - Cabo San Lucas, Mexico
Take a leisurely exploration of Cabo San Lucas, a formerly rustic and rowdy outpost with dramatic scenery of desert terrain, breathtaking seascapes and rugged coastline, marked by unusual rock formations. A variety of excursions will help you explore this now elite resort and its surrounding area by sea or by land. Take a cruise along the stunning coastline to fully appreciate the dramatic arches, miles of unspoilt beaches and find a sea lion colony, or enjoy the marine life in a semi-submersible craft. Visit the picturesque town of San José del Cabo or explore Baja’s desert and 20ft cacti aboard a jeep.
Day 7 - Puerto Vallarta
Truly beautiful, Puerto Vallarta, known for its charm and friendliness, is blessed with miles of pristine beaches and secret coves with a backdrop of mountains, rivers and the emerald green waves of the Pacific Ocean. It is a lively resort with excellent shopping and dining amongst cobbled streets of whitewashed walls and terracotta roofs. Take a trip into the exotic tropical forest and swim in the natural pools hidden amongst the dense vegetation, or learn to scuba dive in the tropical waters of Las Caletas.
Day 8 - At Sea.
Day 9 - Huatulco
Discover the natural beauty of unspoilt Huatulco today. Find yourself on the perfect shores of Mexico’s Pacific coast, where you can take boat trips to isolated bays, dive into a beautiful underwater world or journey into lush green jungle, habitat of the most diverse varieties of butterflies in Mexico. Alternatively, take an excursion to acquaint yourself with Mexico’s rich historic heritage and traditions. Learn how the inhabitants of Oaxaca follow their ancestors’ techniques to make alebrijes, wood-carved mythical animals, and colourful woven rugs, carpets and fabrics hand-milled on traditional looms.
Day 10 - Puntarenas, Costa Rica
Puerto Chiapas provides a great base for exploring Mexico. The ancient ruins of Izapa are just 45 minutes away. Izapa brought together many of Mesoamerica’s ancient cultures and many believe it may be the site of origin of the sacred Mayan Calendar. Take a journey into the Sierra Madre Mountains of Chiapas to find different kinds of exotic flowers, fauna and forest, and discover the history of the area, the people of Chiapas and the intense work put into creating the perfect cup of coffee.
Day 11 - At Sea.
Day 12 - Puntarenas, Costa Rica
Costa Rica has a multitude of unique forest habitats. Scenic drives will take you through rolling hills and mountains, mango plantations or tropical forests which home butterflies, birds and monkeys. Journey into the Mangrove Forest in the Guacalillo Estuary and you will be met by herons, red snappers and one of the world’s largest crocodile populations.
Day 13 - At Sea
Day 14 - Daylight Panama Canal Transit
The Panama Canal is an incredible feat of engineering, joining the Atlantic and Pacific. It was the Spanish who first explored the idea of a canal in 1534, but at that time the task seemed impossible and it was over 300 years later before the efforts of the French commenced, brimming with confidence from the previous completion of the Suez Canal. Unfortunately a combination of mismanagement and tropical disease forced the company into financial ruin, with the project far from completion and the deaths of thousands of men. This task was taken up by the American Government in 1904 and over the course of ten years the canal was finally completed and stands today as both an engineering and economic marvel, and offers travellers a unique and highly sought-after experience during a cruise through the huge system of locks. The Canal is surrounded by lush tropical rainforest and you will be able to see the native wildlife as the cruise passes by. Take your place on deck, camera in hand, as you embark on one of the greatest cruising experiences.
Day 15 - Cartagena, Colombia
Discover the ancient walled city within the dazzling Spanish port of Cartagena, a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Explore the narrow streets to find pretty plazas and old mansions with ornate balconies. The city’s 17th century fortress was built to protect the port from pirates, considered the most outstanding feat of Spanish military in the New World, and the macabre Palace of Inquisition where people were judged for crimes against the Catholic faith but innocence was never recognised.
Days 16-17 - At Sea
Day 18 Miami - In Flight
Early arrival in Miami where we disembark and enjoy time in South Beach, where you may wish to do some last-minute shopping or enjoy lunch in one of the many restaurants, before we transfer to Miami Airport later this afternoon for our direct, scheduled Virgin Atlantic flight to London.
Day 19 London
Arrival at London Heathrow Airport where you will met and guided to your Titan vehicle, for the journey home.