Journey Along the Pacific Coast2019-05-30T15:37:26+00:00
27 Days
Journey Along the Pacific Coast - Santiago (Valparaíso) to Los Angeles
Dec 9, 2019
Deluxe Veranda starting from:
WAS $8,999NOW $7,199 CAD
w/ FREE Air*, Taxes & Fees Included
BOOK NOW - Limited Inventory!


  • FREE Air* & Transfers
  • FREE Guided Tours
  • FREE Wi-Fi
  • FREE Specialty dining
  • FREE Beer, wine & soft drinks with onboard lunch & dinner
  • FREE 24-hour specialty coffees, teas & bottled water
  • FREE Shipboard Credit (up to $1,000 USD/cabin)
  • Government taxes & fees


  • 24-hour room service
  • Access to top-rated spa & state-of-the-art fitness center
  • Self-service launderette
  • Inclusions worth over $400/couple per day

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Cruise Connections Specials/person (CAD)
INCLUDES: FREE Air* | Free Guided Tours | Free Wi-Fi | Taxes & Fees
Date Destinations Deluxe Veranda
(Starting from)
(per couple)
Special Air Add-on*
Dec 9, 2019 Santiago (Valparaíso) to Los Angeles $8,999
$6,398 FREE
Air offer applies to select Canadian gateways. Air offer may vary across gateways and itineraries. Call for details.

Santiago (Valparaíso) to Los Angeles


Santiago (Valparaíso), Chile One of the largest cities in the Americas, Santiago enjoys a splendid setting at the foot of the Andes.


Santiago (Valparaíso), Chile Santiago is a patchwork of neighborhoods, each with its own identity.


La Serena (Coquimbo), Chile The region’s booming copper and gold industries put Coquimbo on the map in the late 19th century.


Cruise the Pacific Ocean The Pacific Ocean was once called the “Sea of Magellan,” after the explorer who first crossed it.


Iquique, Chile A surfer’s paradise, Iquique is Chile’s premier beach resort.


Arequipa (Matarani), Peru Part of the Inter-Oceanic Highway connecting Peru to Brazil, Matarani is a bustling center of commerce.


Cruise the Pacific Ocean The Pacific Ocean has the ability to affect the world’s climate, from Australia to Chile.


Pisco (General San Martín), Peru The ancient Moche civilization flourished on the northern coast of Peru for 600 years.


Lima (Callao), Peru The capital of Peru offers fine examples of 16th-century architecture as the capital of Spain’s colonial empire.


Cruise the Pacific Ocean Spain ruled the Pacific during the late 16th century, trading between Mexico and the Philippines.


Quito (Manta), Ecuador Despite its name, the Panama hat originates from Ecuador due to its popularity during the building of the iconic Panama Canal.


Cruise the Pacific Ocean Soon after Magellan’s sailing, five Spanish galleons carrying some 400 explorers pioneered a westward crossing of the Pacific Ocean.


Panama City (Fuerte Amador), Panama Today, Panama City is a modern metropolis entwined with colonial heritage.


Cruise the Pacific Ocean The Pacific Ocean, twice the size of the Atlantic, covers around one-third of the planet’s surface.


Puntarenas, Costa Rica The former fishing village of Puntarenas is the gateway to beaches and rainforests.


Cruise the Pacific Ocean When Ferdinand Magellan crossed the Pacific Ocean, he dubbed it Mar Pacífico, meaning “peaceful sea.”


Puerto Quetzal, Guatemala Puerto Quetzal is the gateway to Guatemala’s colonial and natural splendor.


Cruise the Pacific Ocean One of the longest trade routes in history, in use for 250 years, was established by Europeans on the Pacific Ocean.


Cabo San Lucas, Mexico With azure waters and a dramatic rocky coast, Cabo San Lucas is a top Mexican destination.


Cruise the Pacific Ocean The warm waters of the Pacific are teeming with marine life.


San Diego, United States Widely known as “America’s Finest City,” San Diego offers some of the world’s loveliest parks and beaches.


Los Angeles, United States Los Angeles boasts splendid architecture, from art deco to modernist 21st century.


Los Angeles, United States Los Angeles, “City of Angels,” is home to a glamorous entertainment culture.


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