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West Indies, Amazon & South America2019-05-30T15:40:15+00:00
47 Days
West Indies, Amazon & South America - San Juan to Santiago (Valparaiso)
Oct 24, 2019
Deluxe Veranda starting from:
WAS $20,799NOW $16,897 CAD
w/ FREE Air*, Taxes & Fees Included
BOOK NOW - Limited Inventory!

INCLUDES

  • 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

PLUS:

  • 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)
Savings
(per couple)
Economy Air Add-on*
Oct 24, 2019 San Juan to Santiago $20,799
$16,897
$11,238 FREE
Air offer applies to select Canadian gateways. Air offer may vary across gateways and itineraries. Call for details.

San Juan to Santiago

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San Juan (Puerto Rico), United States San Juan is home to white-sand beaches and rich Spanish colonial architecture.

2

San Juan (Puerto Rico), United States Since the 16th century, historic El Morro fortress has stood watch over San Juan’s bay.

3

Cruise the Caribbean Sea The waters of the Caribbean Sea, witnesses to history, once bore ships carrying sugar to the New World.

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Bridgetown, Barbados The easternmost Caribbean island, Barbados boasts a rich history and spectacular beaches.

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Cruise the Atlantic Ocean The Atlantic Ocean’s legendary waters have been the route of explorers for centuries.

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French Guiana, France Devil’s Island was once a much-feared penal colony for notorious French criminals.

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Cruise the Atlantic Ocean The first European to cross the Atlantic Ocean, the Viking Leif Eriksson reached North America around the year 1000 AD.

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Cruise the Amazon River More than 1,000 bird species and 45,000 types of plants live along the Amazon’s shores.

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Santarém, Brazil Founded in 1661, Santarém lies where the Tapajós and Amazon rivers meet.

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Parintins, Brazil Parintins is home to a festive folk theatrical tradition, the extravagant Boi Bumbá.

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Manaus, Brazil A vibrant Amazon cultural center, Manaus has rich European influences.

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Manaus, Brazil Manaus’s Old Town boasts elegant buildings, gracious avenues and colorful facades.

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Cruise the Amazon River The world’s largest river by volume, the Amazon harbors staggering biodiversity.

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Cruise the Atlantic Ocean The mighty Atlantic Ocean separates the Americas from the continents of Europe and Africa.

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Recife, Brazil Linked by some 50 bridges, coastal Recife has been called the “Brazilian Venice.”

18

Cruise the Atlantic Ocean Medieval Europeans believed “there be dragons” beyond the Atlantic Ocean’s glaring horizon.

19

Salvador de Bahia, Brazil Salvador de Bahia served as Brazil’s first capital for 200 years and today boasts a colorful Old Town of pastel-hued architecture.

20

Cruise the Atlantic Ocean Based in Greek mythology, the Atlantic Ocean’s name means “Sea of Atlas.”

21

Rio de Janeiro, Brazil Rio de Janeiro is the peak of Brazilian culture, center of the nation’s most inspiring art and architecture.

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Rio de Janeiro, Brazil Exhilarating Rio de Janeiro boasts scenic natural beauty, from long crescent beaches to dome-like mountains.

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Cruise the Atlantic Ocean The Atlantic Ocean is believed to be the earth’s youngest, formed during the Jurassic period.

25

Montevideo, Uruguay Eclectic capital of Uruguay, Montevideo is set on an estuary of the Plata River.

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Buenos Aires, Argentina Argentina’s capital is a vibrant and eclectic mix of Latin and European influences.

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Buenos Aires, Argentina Birthplace of the tango, Buenos Aires is one of the Americas’ most energetic cities.

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Montevideo, Uruguay Music and the arts are alive in Montevideo as elegant older theaters entwine with cozy tango bars.

29-30

Cruise the Atlantic Ocean The pivotal German Meteor Expedition of the 1920s measured Atlantic depths between South America and Africa.

31

Puerto Madryn, Argentina Nestled on a sheltered harbor facing the Golfo Nuevo, Puerto Madryn is Argentina’s second largest fishing port.

32

Cruise the Atlantic Ocean With the first transatlantic telegraph cable in 1858, messages could be sent between continents in just 17 hours.

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Falkland Islands, United Kingdom The Falkland Islands comprise almost 800 small islands, with tiny Port Stanley as their capital.

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Falkland Islands, United Kingdom The isolated and sparsely populated Falkland Islands is a British overseas territory.

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Cruise the South Atlantic Ocean The Southern Atlantic was known as “the Aethiopian Ocean,” after ancient lands, as late as the 19th century.

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Ushuaia, Argentina Often referred to as the end of the earth, Ushuaia is the most southern city in the world.

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Scenic Cruising: Cape Horn As you cruise around Cape Horn, its highest point soars from the Jurassic volcanic rock of Hornos Island.

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Scenic Cruising: Beagle Channel The breathtaking Beagle Channel unfolds in an endless canvas of soaring mountains sloping down to pristine shores.

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Punta Arenas, Chile Punta Arenas is nestled amid spectacular mountain vistas on the scenic Brunswick Peninsula.

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Scenic Cruising: Chilean Fjords Lush with soaring, river-laced glacial peaks and forested islands, the Chilean Fjords are an untamed paradise.

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Puerto Chacabuco, Chile Located at the tip of the dramatic Aisén Fjord, Puerto Chacabuco is a gateway into the Patagonian wilderness.

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Scenic Cruising: Chilean Fjords Serene fishing villages line Chile’s magnificent fjords against a canvas of forested hills.

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Puerto Montt, Chile Settled by Germans in 1853, Puerto Montt exudes flavors of Old Europe amid magnificent Andean vistas.

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

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

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

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