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Transpanama 9 nights

9 Nights

Departure 10/11/2023

Carnival Conquest

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Miami / Miami / Florida, EUA

Cruise from Miami to enter the Renaissance-style Vizcaya state and learn about Miami's glittering past. Enjoy Cuban traditions in Miami along Calle Ocho in Little Havana. Here you can wander through streets lit by salsa music and meet locals smoking cigars while playing dominoes. From its colorful rooster statues to handcrafted cigar shops and open-air fruit markets, this is the most authentic thing you'll find. Awaken your creative side with a tour around Wynwood Art District during your cruise in Miami. Every facade in this neighborhood is decked out with exciting life-size murals from world-renowned artists. Don't miss Wynwood Walls, a collection of old wineries styled with abstract paintings, graffiti quotes and unique sculptures. Bayside Marketplace, facing the harbor, is a popular waterfront shopping spot for visitors. Locals love Coconut Grove's eccentric boutiques. Michelin star chefs fill many cuisines and Latin American flavours highlight many menus.
What you should know about Miami
Hop on a cruise from Miami to enter the Renaissance-style Vizcaya estate and learn about the city's glittering past.
Enjoy Cuban traditions in Miami along Calle Ocho in Little Havana, where you can stroll down the streets lit by salsa music, and find locals smoking cigars while playing dominoes. From its colorful statues of roosters to the handmade cigar shops and outdoors fruit vendors, this is the most authentic thing you will find.
Awaken your creative side with a quick tour to the Wynwood Art District. Every facade in this artsy neighborhood is decked out with exciting life-size murals from world-renowned talents. And don't miss Wynwood Walls! A collection of old wineries adorned with abstract paintings, graffiti quotes and unique sculptures.
Bayside Marketplace, facing the harbor, is a popular waterfront shopping spot for visitors! Locals love Coconut Grove's eccentric boutiques while several Michelin star chefs fill many restaurants of Latin American flavors highlight many menus.

Georgetown / George Town, Grand Cayman

Grand Cayman, the largest of the Cayman Islands, is a world-famous destination thank to the Seven Mile Beach, Singray City, and its excellent diving areas. Did you know? Nature and history are preserved underwater too! With a variety of easy-to-spot shipwrecked boats, your diving sessions will be amazing.
You should know about George Town, Gran Caimán
Being the largest of the Cayman Islands, Grand Cayman is renowned for its seven-miles-long beach, the eccentric Singray City, and its excellent diving spots. Open since 1968, and hosting more than 8,000 green sea turtles, Cayman Turtle farm is a historic and unique location in the world. Another must-see attraction is the Cayman Islands’ Brewery. Here, you definitely have to try a Caybrew, the only beer produced locally.

Puerto Limon / Puerto Limon, Costa Rica

Located along the Caribbean coast, and about 99 miles away from San José, Puerto Limón is the capital city to the province of the same name.
You should know about Puerto Limón
Lasting no more than two and a half hours, the journey between Puerto Limón and San José offers beautiful landscapes along the way; amongst which, Brava Volcano and the Braulio Carrillo National Park are some of the best. Quite near to Puerto Limón you will find Tortuguero National Park; a place where will be able to see, care for, and even release different species of turtles! Cahuita National Park, founded as a National Monument back in 1970, a place that look forward to the preservation of coral reefs is also a MUST.  As there are various outdoor bars and restaurants along the city, Puerto Limón is well-known for its nightlife, so places to have a good time and enjoy Caribbean music can be found easily.

Panama Canal / Panama Canal

One of the best (and most famous) engineering projects of all time which connects the Caribbean Sea, the Atlantic Ocean, and the Pacific Ocean!
What you should know about Panama Canal
The Canal runs through Panama’s narrowest spot and is situated slightly above the Central Mountain Range. Do not forget to visit the Interoceanic Canal Museum, a place for you to learn about the conservation, research, and diffusion of testimonies related to the construction of the Canal. Casco Viejo is another spot you should visit due to its unparalleled beauty, its churches, and craftsmen fairs. Have we mentioned its nightlife? Its fine dining restaurants, bars and clubs are waiting for you.

Cartagena / Cartagena, Colombia

Cartagena de Indias boasts a fragrant colonial architecture and a Caribbean coastline that glows in shades of brilliant white and aquamarine tones. Stroll through the leafy Plaza de Bolivar and take pictures of its multi-colored streets such as Calle Segunda de Badillo. Traveling to Cartagena means you will find yourself dancing to the rhythm of merengue, salsa, and Colombian cumbia at places like Bazurto Social Club. Pay a visit to Plaza de la Proclamación, where the people gathered in 1811 to support their declaration of the independence. Wonder across the halls of 16th century Castillo San Felipe de Barajas or enjoy the city’s natural majesty in its many beaches. Bocagrande, Playa Blanca, and the peaceful National Park of the Rosario Islands, must be included on your list.
You should know about Cartagena
If you want to learn about the city´s history and charm while discovering all the colonial corners join a walking tour around Cartagena! Visit the Palace of the Inquisition, the castle of San Felipe de Barajas, and the chocolate and emerald museums. Packed with fashion stores and elegant skyscrapers, head to Bocagrande and enjoy the Colombian version of Miami! If you prefer crystal-clear waters and glittery sands, visit Playa Blanca or the Rosario Islands and let yourself be carried away by the gentle waves.

Miami / Miami / Florida, EUA

Cruise from Miami to enter the Renaissance-style Vizcaya state and learn about Miami's glittering past. Enjoy Cuban traditions in Miami along Calle Ocho in Little Havana. Here you can wander through streets lit by salsa music and meet locals smoking cigars while playing dominoes. From its colorful rooster statues to handcrafted cigar shops and open-air fruit markets, this is the most authentic thing you'll find. Awaken your creative side with a tour around Wynwood Art District during your cruise in Miami. Every facade in this neighborhood is decked out with exciting life-size murals from world-renowned artists. Don't miss Wynwood Walls, a collection of old wineries styled with abstract paintings, graffiti quotes and unique sculptures. Bayside Marketplace, facing the harbor, is a popular waterfront shopping spot for visitors. Locals love Coconut Grove's eccentric boutiques. Michelin star chefs fill many cuisines and Latin American flavours highlight many menus.
What you should know about Miami
Hop on a cruise from Miami to enter the Renaissance-style Vizcaya estate and learn about the city's glittering past.
Enjoy Cuban traditions in Miami along Calle Ocho in Little Havana, where you can stroll down the streets lit by salsa music, and find locals smoking cigars while playing dominoes. From its colorful statues of roosters to the handmade cigar shops and outdoors fruit vendors, this is the most authentic thing you will find.
Awaken your creative side with a quick tour to the Wynwood Art District. Every facade in this artsy neighborhood is decked out with exciting life-size murals from world-renowned talents. And don't miss Wynwood Walls! A collection of old wineries adorned with abstract paintings, graffiti quotes and unique sculptures.
Bayside Marketplace, facing the harbor, is a popular waterfront shopping spot for visitors! Locals love Coconut Grove's eccentric boutiques while several Michelin star chefs fill many restaurants of Latin American flavors highlight many menus.

Carnival Conquest

The first great destination on any Carnival cruise is the ship itself. And you’ll be better than won over by the Carnival Conquest!

A nautical marvel, sail aboard the Conquest to the Bahamas and the Caribbean. Designed for family cruises, on board you’ll find a tremendous range of fun activities and fascinating places, many designed just for kids.

Outdoor entertainment

If you’re passionate about a great vacation, the Carnival Conquest gives you something in every corner of every deck. Be a part of it and enjoy endless fun by day and by night.

  • Serenity: just for grown-ups, fun and relaxation until late at night.
  • Dive-In Movies: movies beneath the starry skies, even on the high sea.
  • Swimming Pools: two terrifically oversized swimming pools.
  • Mini Golf: more putt-putt action than ever.
  • Jogging Track: Circumnavigate the whole deck on every morning run.
  • Sky Track: The very length of the Conquest from way above.
  • Basketball and volleyball courts: there’s always time to get in a game.
  • Twister Waterslide: There’s never been a twistier place to splash, and kids take to the special Dr. Seuss Water Park.

Indoor fun

Carnival gives you a whole range of indoor activities too, onboard the Conquest:
  • Casinos: Poker, blackjack, and roulette, or try your luck with the slots.
  • Parties: For those who want it all, the Conquest offers four non-stop parties: Mega Deck Party, Groove for Sy Jude, Christmas and Sail away Parties.
  • Hasbro, The Game Show: Family games like Connect Four let you win fantastic prizes.
  • Theater: A stunning range of shows even as you sail away.
  • Clue: The Conquest’s best Detective will eventually solve the mystery.
  • Comedy Club: Laughs till dawn at the Conquest Comedy Club.
  • Nightclubs: All night dancing at several swinging nightclubs.
  • Shopping: everything from sweets, to fine jewelry, beauty products, watches, liquor, accessories and clothing from the very best brands

Eating & Drinking

Carnival is famous for the quality and variety of food, drink, and the delight passengers get at all the onboard eateries.
  • Guy’s Burger Joint: Burgers on the high seas from celebrity chef, Guy Fieri.
  • Blue Iguana Cantina: Eats, drinks and more in an all-Mexican atmosphere.
  • Steakhouse: Premium cuts of beef plus seafood in an extraordinary setting.
  • Dining Room: three-course dinners and a wide selection of the finest foods.
  • Lido Restaurant: all-day, every day, the Lido offers an amazing selection of eats.
  • Seafood Shack: the bounty of the sea, delights and refreshes, by day or night.
  • Pizza Pirate: specialize in everyone’s favorite onboard pizzas
  • Chef’s Table: On board the Conquest, the head chef is always delighting passengers
  • Lounges: The Conquest invites adult guests to no fewer than ten cocktail lounges for a drink.

Cabins

Your cabin on board the Carnival Conquest is your home at sea. When each day is over, it’ll be a spectacular place to rest and recover. You can choose one that best suits your holiday needs.
  • Inside cabins
  • Ocean view cabins
  • Balcony cabins
  • Suites
The Carnival Conquest lets you conquer the seven seas in a spirit of fun and adventure as you sail into exotic ports of call every day.

The cruise fee covers:
Port Taxes, Federal Taxes, Meals*, Non-carbonated sodas**, Insurance, Tips.

The cruise fee no covers:
Canned juices, Alcoholic beverages, Speciality Dining.
* Food: All meals are included on board at established specialty and buffet restaurants. Some specialty restaurants bear an extra cost and service is subject to availability.

You’ll have an opportunity to choose your own preferred dinner schedule, subject to availability.

**Drinks: Some on-board drinks are included. These you’ll find available at established dispensaries: water, American and decaf coffee, and a selection of teas, and ice from ice machines. It is highly recommended that you purchase a beverage package to make your on-board experience that much better.
 

IMO: Year of construction: Year of remodeling: Tonnage: Registry:
9198355 2002 2017 110 t. -
Boat length: Total passenger capacity: Total crew: Total cabins: Total suites:
290 meters 2980 passengers 1150 crew 1487 cabins 52 suites
Total balconies: Total outside cabins: Total interior cabins: Minimum passenger age:
522 balconies 343 outdoor cabins 570 interior cabins 6 months

Cabins

Balcony

Maximum Occupation: 2

*Port and government taxes and travel insurance are already included

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Outside

Maximum Occupation: 2

*Port and government taxes and travel insurance are already included

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Inside

Maximum Occupation: 2

*Port and government taxes and travel insurance are already included

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Documents and considerations

All travel documents (Passport, DNI, NIE, Visas, etc.) must be valid and valid six months after the date of travel. It is essential to carry valid passports and visas (including Multiple Entry Visas, when applicable), to board. Check the entry requirements for your destination at your local passport office or contact the Embassies (Consular Services) of each country on your Cruise travel itinerary. If you are not sure which country a port belongs to, check with your Vacation Advisor.

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Services and amenities

Fitness Center

Internet

Cocktail lounge

Restaurants

Concierge service

Conference room

Beauty Salon

Spa

Minigolf

Attractions and activities

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One of the ship's most spectacular locations to and have a drink at while you relax and meet new friends or watch other passengers go by.

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Conquest's largest swimming pool onboard. The Sun Pool is located next to the Seaside Theatre, a live music stage and several food and beverage spots. Check the program and choose from a wide variety of movies, concerts, and other scheduled activities.

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Looking for parasols, Jacuzzis, and deckchairs? Find all of these and more at The Stars Pool while enjoying its two bars, live music, and the Kids' slide.

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This is one of the two main dining rooms onboard where breakfast, lunch and dinner are served.

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The go-to spot if you’re looking to savor freshly made pasta in the morning and a coffee in the afternoon.

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Dance and sing between sunflowers at this bar themed after the famous Dutch painter.

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Popular amongst guests that crave for a small appetizer before (or after) dinner, the best sushi onboard can and will be found here!

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Try one of our signature burgers or head to the ingredients counter to create one of your own!

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Enjoy a juicy steak just the way you like it.

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A spot meant solely for teenagers between 15 and 17 years old! Meaning no adults and no kids, Club O2 offers informal daytime activities and huge evening events.

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