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15 DAYS
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 DAYS
America's Great River

St. Paul to New Orleans
Jun 2022 - Jul 2023

America's Great River

Jun 2022 - Jul 2023 | St. Paul to New Orleans

Veranda starting from:
$ NOW $14,299 CAD
w/ Free AIR*, Taxes & Fees Included
FREE Air*, Taxes & Fees Included
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INCLUDES


Up to FREE Air* & FREE Transfers
  • Plus Reduced Air starting from $Free Air* & FREE Transfers
  • Plus
  • FREE Pre-paid Gratuities
    (value up to $)
  • FREE Silver Spirits Beverage Package (more details)
    (Select March - June Voyages)
  • FREE Wine, Beer & Soft drinks
    (w/ onboard lunch & dinner)
  • FREE Specialty Coffees, Teas & Bottled Water
  • FREE Guided Tour in every port
  • FREE WiFi
  • FREE Shipboard Credit
    (up to US$600**/stateroom)
  • FREE Enrichment Lectures
  • ALL Taxes & Fees
  • PLUS Travel Insurance
    Trip Cancellation & Trip Interruption
    NO AGE LIMIT | NO MEDICAL QUESTIONNAIRE | PRE-EXISTING CONDITION WAIVED
    See: Summary of Coverage / Insurance Policy/ Resolution Policy
Cruise Connections Specials (CAD)
w/ Free AIR*, Taxes & Fees Included
FREE Air*, Taxes & Fees Included
Multiple Departures
Veranda
FROM / PERSON
Deluxe Veranda
FROM / PERSON
Air Promo
FROM / PERSON
Savings
PER COUPLE
Jun 24, 2023
New Orleans to St. Paul
$
$14,299
$
$14,799
$499
Free Air
$998
Jul 08, 2023
St. Paul to New Orleans
$
$14,299
$
$14,799
$499
Free Air
$998
Jul 22, 2023
New Orleans to St. Paul
$
$14,299
$
$14,799
$499
Free Air
$998
*Viking Air offer applies to select Canadian gateways (Calgary, Edmonton, Ottawa, Toronto, Vancouver, Winnipeg). Air offer and pricing may vary across gateways, saildates and itineraries. Airport transfers included with Viking purchased Air (to and from cruise terminal) on cruise dates. If air is not purchased from Viking, transfers may be purchased separately. Reverse itineraries available for multiple dates. Call for details.

St. Paul to New Orleans

1

St. Paul, Minnesota (USA) Used as a base by westward settlers heading to the Dakotas, St. Paul was called the “Last City of the East.”

2

Red Wing, Minnesota (USA) Red Wing was built with the farming skills and craftsmanship of New Englanders and German, Irish and Scandinavian immigrants.

3

La Crosse, Wisconsin (USA) La Crosse enjoys a deep connection to its stunning Norwegian Valley, where Norwegian immigrants carved out a unique culture.

4

Dubuque, Iowa (USA) Renowned for its 19th-century ingenuity and modern-day cultural evolution, Dubuque is often called the “Masterpiece on the Mississippi.”

5

Quad Cities, Iowa (USA) Straddling the confluence of the Mississippi and Rock Rivers, the Quad Cities area rests amid “America’s Breadbasket.”

6

Burlington, Iowa (USA) Home to numerous historic buildings, Burlington grew into a major economy with the arrival of steamboats and the railroad.

7

Hannibal, Missouri (USA) Charming Hannibal is the birthplace of Mark Twain and the inspiration for his stories of Tom Sawyer and Huckleberry Finn.

8

St. Louis, Missouri (USA) A crossroads for 19th-century explorers, St. Louis is home to the iconic Gateway Arch, a monument to westward expansion.

9

Scenic Cruising: Lower Mississippi The serpentine route of the Lower Mississippi showcases an astonishing array of picturesque landscapes.

10

Memphis, Tennessee (USA) Memphis is the celebrated birthplace of Memphis blues, a center of civil rights history and the final home of Elvis Presley.

11

Scenic Cruising: Lower Mississippi Cruise past one of the Mississippi’s major confluences, where its brown waters run alongside the green waters of the Ohio.

12

Vicksburg, Mississippi (USA) Located where the Yazoo River flows into the Mississippi, Vicksburg is the epitome of Southern heritage and charm.

13

Natchez, Mississippi (USA) Elegant Natchez boasts one of the highest concentrations of historic Southern mansions in the country.

14

Baton Rouge, Louisiana (USA) Baton Rouge paints a historic picture on the eastern bank of the Mississippi.

15

New Orleans, Louisiana (USA) New Orleans is celebrated for the soulful rhythms that spill onto Bourbon Street from French Quarter jazz houses.

New Orleans to St. Paul

1

New Orleans, Louisiana (USA) Birthplace of American jazz, New Orleans is steeped in a history that dates to its 1718 founding by French colonists.

2

Baton Rouge, Louisiana (USA) Baton Rouge paints a historic picture on the eastern bank of the Mississippi.

3

Natchez, Mississippi (USA) Elegant Natchez boasts one of the highest concentrations of historic Southern mansions in the country.

4

Vicksburg, Mississippi (USA) Located where the Yazoo River flows into the Mississippi, Vicksburg is the epitome of Southern heritage and charm.

5

Scenic Cruising: Lower Mississippi The serpentine route of the Lower Mississippi showcases an astonishing array of picturesque landscapes.

6

Memphis, Tennessee (USA) Memphis is the celebrated birthplace of Memphis blues, a center of civil rights history and the final home of Elvis Presley.

7

Scenic Cruising: Lower Mississippi Cruise past one of the Mississippi’s major confluences, where its brown waters run alongside the green waters of the Ohio.

8

St. Louis, Missouri (USA) A crossroads for 19th-century explorers, St. Louis is home to the iconic Gateway Arch, a monument to westward expansion.

9

Hannibal, Missouri (USA) Charming Hannibal is the childhood home of Mark Twain and the inspiration for his stories of Tom Sawyer and Huckleberry Finn.

10

Burlington, Iowa (USA) Home to numerous historic buildings, Burlington grew into a major economy with the arrival of steamboats and the railroad.

11

Quad Cities, Iowa (USA) Straddling the confluence of the Mississippi and Rock Rivers, the Quad Cities area rests amid “America’s Breadbasket.”

12

Dubuque, Iowa (USA) Renowned for its 19th-century ingenuity and modern-day cultural evolution, Dubuque is often called the “Masterpiece on the Mississippi.”

13

La Crosse, Wisconsin (USA) La Crosse enjoys a deep connection to its stunning Norwegian Valley, where Norwegian immigrants carved out a unique culture.

14

Red Wing, Minnesota (USA) Red Wing was built with the farming skills and craftsmanship of New Englanders and German, Irish and Scandinavian immigrants.

15

St. Paul, Minnesota (USA) Used as a base by westward settlers heading to the Dakotas, St. Paul was called the “Last City of the East.”

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