Central America

Central America

Dive into crystal waters and discover Maya civilization

Central America has its own riches to unveil to the visitor.  From the remains of the Maya civilisation on the Yucatán Peninsula to Belize and Guatemala. From rainforests and jungle-lined rivers to exotic animals and coral reefs, the things for you to do and see in Central America are exciting and unforgettable. Combine the natural wonders with the vibrant cities and culture you’ll encounter on a cruise to Central America and you’re in for the charter of a lifetime.

Day 1


In Cancún, you will board Yersin for a charter combining idyllic beaches and Pre-Columbian sites. Cancún is recognized throughout the world for its spectacular white sand beaches and its fascinating sea in turquoise blue tones, with unique natural places, Maya culture, water activities and adventure.

Day 2


Yersin will first stop in Progreso, known for its white sand beaches and gateway to visit the interior of the country. Next is Mérida, the capital of the state of Yucatán, where colonial and Maya architecture combine. Followed the famous ancient city of Uxmal, whose imposing dimensions reveal the ancient grandeur of the Maya’s economic and political capital.

Day 3


Cozumel Island in the Mexican Caribbean is the definition of a tropical paradise. Soft white sand beaches and turquoise waters invite sun worshipers from around the world to pack their swimwear and leave the real world behind. A mix of ancient Maya history, untouched nature and true Mexican hospitality.

Cozumel is home to the Chaak Tun cenote, one of the spectacular sinkholes once considered by the Maya as passages to the world of the gods.

Day 4


The Great Blue Hole is a world-class destination for recreational scuba divers attracted by the opportunity to dive in crystal-clear waters and see myriad species of marine life including tropical fishes and spectacular coral formations.

Day 5


Santo Tomás de Castilla is a port city located in the Amatique Bay, in the Gulf of Honduras, Guatemala. Starting point to discover the pyramids of Tikal, an important site of the Maya civilization, the sanctuaries of the Archaeological Park and the ruins of Quiriguá.

Day 6


South Water Caye is the largest marine reserve in Belize, home to hundreds of species of fish and coral. The crystal clear waters is ideal for snorkeling, diving, fishing and boating excursions.

Day 7


For the last day you will discover Belize, Located at the base of the Yucatan Peninsula. Belize combines the best of what Central America has to offer: jungles, beaches, Maya history and ancient ruins, wildlife and nature, adventure and relaxation. This tiny nation at the base of the Yucatan Peninsula contains the second largest coral reef system of the world, beautiful and ecologically rich atolls, and an immense diversity of forests, from pine forests to lowland rainforests.

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