Panama Canal

from $5,499

As the canal opens to welcome the Disney Wonder, you’ll discover the ultimate experience at sea.

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  • Vacation Style Holiday Type
    Culture, Discovery, Family, Guided Tours, History
  • Activity Level Challenging
All about the Panama Canal.

Warm, crystalline waters, white-sand beaches and world-class recreation await you in ports of call on the Riviera Maya, Mexican Riviera and in Colombia. During your voyage, traverse the landmark Panama Canal, see its inner workings firsthand and check it off your bucket list!

  1. 14-Night Halloween on the High Seas Panama Canal Cruise from San Diego

    Delight in 8 spooky days at sea filled with treats, tricks, elaborate décor and themed entertainment on most itineraries departing late September through Halloween. You’ll also visit Cabo San Lucas, Puerto Vallarta, Cartagena and Cozumel and pass through the world-famous Canal! Galveston, Texas, your port of arrival, offers yet another fun locale to explore.

    Departs from: San Diego, California
    Sails on: Disney Wonder
    Ports of Call: George Town, Grand Cayman, Puerto Vallarta, Mexico, Galveston, Texas, San Diego, California, Cabo San Lucas, Mexico, Cartagena, Colombia, Panama Canal, Cozumel, Mexico
  2. 14-Night Westbound Panama Canal Cruise from Port Canaveral

    Journey coast to coast! Set sail from Port Canaveral, pass through the legendary Panama Canal and drop anchor in San Diego—a city known for its year-round mild climate and laid-back vibe. Visit the vibrant Mexican cities of Puerto Vallarta and Cabo San Lucas, as well as Cartagena in Colombia and Castaway Cay, our private island paradise. Along the way, indulge in an array of exciting Disney Cruise Line ship recreation and entertainment during the 8 days you’re at sea.

    Departs from: Port Canaveral, Florida
    Sails on: Disney Wonder
    Ports of Call: George Town, Grand Cayman, Puerto Vallarta, Mexico, Puntarenas, Costa Rica, Disney Castaway Cay, Port Canaveral, Florida, Cabo San Lucas, Mexico, San Diego, California, Cartagena, Colombia, Panama Canal