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Buenos Aires/Valparaiso
17-night South America and the Chilean Fjords Cruise
January 7, 2020
Viking Cruises: Viking Jupiter
Buenos Aires/Valparaiso
Vacation Offer ID 1301384
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Cruise Inclusions

Viking Inclusive Value:

  • One complimentary shore excursion in every port of call
  • Unlimited free Wi-Fi
  • Beer, wine & soft drinks with onboard lunch & dinner
  • Multiple dining venues including alternative restaurant dining
  • 24-hour room service, specialty coffees, teas & bottled water
  • Top-rated spa and state-of-the-art fitness center access
  • Self-service launderette with iron/ironing board
  • All port taxes and fees
  • Airport transfers on embarkation/disembarkation day with purchase of Viking Air
  • Included features valued at over $200 per person, per day

Available Add-Ons

  • Optional air add-ons are available from Viking Cruises' designated gateway cities in the U.S. and Canada, and include all government fees and taxes.
  • Pre- or Post- cruise hotel stay
  • Optional shore excursions
17-night South America and the Chilean Fjords Cruise
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  • Suggested Shore Excursions
Destination Arrival Departure
Buenos Aires

Buenos Aires 01/07/2020

Arrive in Buenos Aires today, Argentina's cosmopolitan capital. Settle into your veranda stateroom and take time to explore your ship. As we dock here overnight, you will have plenty of time to explore. Be captivated by the bohemian flair of La Boca, marvel at the grand homes of Recoleta, one of the finest quarters of the city, and discover the many facets of Buenos Aires. Walk in the footsteps of Eva Perón. You will see the ornate Casa Rosada, the presidential palace that was once her home, and visit her final resting place at La Recoleta Cemetery as you discover the story of the much-loved first lady and inspiration for the Broadway musical Evita.

Optional Private Excursions

Avoid the crowds and hustle and bustle associated with a group activity. For a memorable trip ashore, we invite you to consider a private shore excursion. Enjoy the undivided attention of your own driver/guide and the flexibility of experiencing the aspects of the local culture that most interest you. Below are just some samples of the private shore excursions we can arrange for you. Let us personalize your experience!

Buenos Aires - Full Day Sightseeing Tour - 7 hours
Meet your local guide at local pier and start with your visit. 
Explore the highlights of magnificent Buenos Aires in an seven-hour guided sightseeing tour. This excursion kicks off in one of the city’s most significant spots: Plaza de Mayo square. This is where the city was founded in 1580 are where the most important governmental buildings are located, including Casa Rosada (Government House), Cabildo (City Hall) and the Catedral Metropolitana (Metropolitan Cathedral).
The visit continues to San Telmo neighborhood, with its cobblestoned streets, where the original porteños (Buenos Aires residents) settled in the early days. After a short drive south, stop off at picturesque La Boca, the colorful working-class port neighborhood, and walk along Caminito Street, where local artists display their artwork to the tune of tango performed on the street. Drive towards Palermo, passing through Puerto Madero and see this regenerated area where redbrick warehouses have been transformed into trendy restaurants and bars. Once in the northern area of the city, drive through Palermo Chico with its impressive townhouses, tree-lined boulevards and parks. Palermo Soho, meanwhile, fuses the flavor of a working-class neighborhood with contemporary twists such as ethnic restaurants, design stores and bars. Its bohemian atmosphere makes it popular with Argentines as well as foreign visitors. Gastronomy options are wide enough to appeal to all palates. Continue to Recoleta, the most sophisticated district, to visit Nuestra Señora del Pilar church and Recoleta Cemetery to glimpse stunning mausoleums, the final resting place for many of Argentina’s key characters. 

After the sightseeing you will be transferred back to the pier.

Tour highlights: 

- May square
- Old quarters at San Telmo neighborhood
- Caminito street at La Boca 
- Palermo neighborhood and parks
- Recoleta Cemetery  

 
Inclusions
  • Transfers to/from the pier
  • English speaking guide
  • Private vehicle
Exclusions
  • Gratuities for guide and driver
  • Lunch 
Buenos Aires sightseeing south with Colon Theatre
Meet your local guide at local pier and start with your visit. 

Explore some of the most recognizable landmarks in the southern part of the Paris of South on a four-hour sightseeing tour. Find out about the history and culture of Buenos Aires, as you take in some of the city’s the most significant spots.

Discover the most important square in the country: Plaza de Mayo. The country was founded here in 1580, and today the most important governmental buildings are located on these four streets including Casa Rosada (Government House), Cabildo (City Hall) and Catedral Metropolitana (Metropolitan Cathedral). Government Palace opens to visitors if you’re keen to take a look inside.
Walk down Defensa Street to reach San Telmo, one of the oldest areas of the city. This neighborhood maintains a great part of its architectonic patrimony intact: colonial-style houses, cobbled streets and a bustling collection of artists' studios, ethnic restaurants, antique shops and boutiques. Walk through the oldest and narrowest streets of this protected colonial district, with its famous cobbled streets to Plaza Dorrego. This is the heart of 19th-century Buenos Aires, plus this area is home to some fascinating antique shops.

The next stop-off is the picturesque district of La Boca, home to Caminito, perhaps the city's most photographed area thanks to its corrugated iron and brightly-colored houses. This block houses one of the few outdoor museums in the world, where artists exhibit works related to the influence of mainly Italian citizens who arrived at this port at the end of the 19th century. Also stop by at the famous Bombonera stadium, home to legendary football soccer giants Boca Juniors, whose colors of blue and yellow adorn most of the houses and stores in this barrio.
Before returning to the pier, visit of the world's greatest opera houses, its interior is resplendent, with every marble tile, piece of furniture and crystal, imported from Europe. The theater took 80 years to complete and opened in 1908. It combines many European architectural styles and influences including Greek columns, French stained glass and Italian marble. The main salon seats up to 2,500 people and the Colón has hosted opera luminaries such as Luciano Pavarotti, Maria Callas and Placido Domingo. Guided tours (50 minutes).

Tour highlights: 
- May square
- Old quarters at San Telmo neighborhood
- Caminito street at La Boca 
- Colón Theatre  


Inclusions
  • Transfers to/from the pier
  • English speaking guide
  • Private vehicle
  • Visit to Colon Theatre (shared-group)
Exclusions
  • Gratuities for guide and driver
  • Lunch 
Buenos Aires Sightseeing Tour North - half day
Meet your local guide at local pier and start with your visit. 

Familiarize yourself with some of the most recognizable landmarks in the northern area of Buenos Aires. Stop off in Palermo, a district with several faces such as classic Palermo Chico and contemporary Palermo Hollywood and Soho. Head towards Palermo Chico with its impressive townhouses, tree-lined boulevards and parks, then continue to Bosques de Palermo woods for the Japanese Garden and Rose Garden and their wonderful sculptures and lakes as well as the race track and polo grounds. Palermo Soho, meanwhile, fuses the flavor of a working-class neighborhood with contemporary twists such as ethnic restaurants, design stores and bars. Its bohemian atmosphere makes it popular with Argentines as well as foreign visitors. Gastronomy options appeal to all palates. Finally, visit Recoleta neighborhood, home to many a mansion, which takes you back to Argentina’s grander days. The tour ends at Recoleta Cemetery, renowned for its rich architecture and sculptures that makes it more of an open air museum than a place of rest.

After tour you will be transferred back to the pier.

Tour highlights: 
- Palermo trendy area
- Japanese and Rose garden in Palermo
- Recoleta cemetery


Inclusions
  • Transfers to/from the pier
  • English speaking guide
  • Private vehicle
Exclusions
  • Gratuities for guide and driver
  • Lunch 
01/07/2020 01/07/2020
Buenos Aires

Buenos Aires 01/08/2020

Enjoy more of Buenos Aires as you explore Avenida Corrientes, the bustling thoroughfare of theaters, shops, and cafés known as the street that never sleeps. Buenos Aires is a dazzling feast for the senses. Narrow streets in the city's colorful neighborhoods reverberate with the intoxicating melodies of the tango. Meanwhile, restaurants are busy perfecting the art of grilling meats for patrons, and the city's parks and plazas invite passersby to linger and watch the world of Buenos Aires go by.

Optional Private Excursions

Avoid the crowds and hustle and bustle associated with a group activity. For a memorable trip ashore, we invite you to consider a private shore excursion. Enjoy the undivided attention of your own driver/guide and the flexibility of experiencing the aspects of the local culture that most interest you. Below are just some samples of the private shore excursions we can arrange for you. Let us personalize your experience!

Buenos Aires - Full Day Sightseeing Tour - 7 hours
Meet your local guide at local pier and start with your visit. 
Explore the highlights of magnificent Buenos Aires in an seven-hour guided sightseeing tour. This excursion kicks off in one of the city’s most significant spots: Plaza de Mayo square. This is where the city was founded in 1580 are where the most important governmental buildings are located, including Casa Rosada (Government House), Cabildo (City Hall) and the Catedral Metropolitana (Metropolitan Cathedral).
The visit continues to San Telmo neighborhood, with its cobblestoned streets, where the original porteños (Buenos Aires residents) settled in the early days. After a short drive south, stop off at picturesque La Boca, the colorful working-class port neighborhood, and walk along Caminito Street, where local artists display their artwork to the tune of tango performed on the street. Drive towards Palermo, passing through Puerto Madero and see this regenerated area where redbrick warehouses have been transformed into trendy restaurants and bars. Once in the northern area of the city, drive through Palermo Chico with its impressive townhouses, tree-lined boulevards and parks. Palermo Soho, meanwhile, fuses the flavor of a working-class neighborhood with contemporary twists such as ethnic restaurants, design stores and bars. Its bohemian atmosphere makes it popular with Argentines as well as foreign visitors. Gastronomy options are wide enough to appeal to all palates. Continue to Recoleta, the most sophisticated district, to visit Nuestra Señora del Pilar church and Recoleta Cemetery to glimpse stunning mausoleums, the final resting place for many of Argentina’s key characters. 

After the sightseeing you will be transferred back to the pier.

Tour highlights: 

- May square
- Old quarters at San Telmo neighborhood
- Caminito street at La Boca 
- Palermo neighborhood and parks
- Recoleta Cemetery  

 
Inclusions
  • Transfers to/from the pier
  • English speaking guide
  • Private vehicle
Exclusions
  • Gratuities for guide and driver
  • Lunch 
Buenos Aires sightseeing south with Colon Theatre
Meet your local guide at local pier and start with your visit. 

Explore some of the most recognizable landmarks in the southern part of the Paris of South on a four-hour sightseeing tour. Find out about the history and culture of Buenos Aires, as you take in some of the city’s the most significant spots.

Discover the most important square in the country: Plaza de Mayo. The country was founded here in 1580, and today the most important governmental buildings are located on these four streets including Casa Rosada (Government House), Cabildo (City Hall) and Catedral Metropolitana (Metropolitan Cathedral). Government Palace opens to visitors if you’re keen to take a look inside.
Walk down Defensa Street to reach San Telmo, one of the oldest areas of the city. This neighborhood maintains a great part of its architectonic patrimony intact: colonial-style houses, cobbled streets and a bustling collection of artists' studios, ethnic restaurants, antique shops and boutiques. Walk through the oldest and narrowest streets of this protected colonial district, with its famous cobbled streets to Plaza Dorrego. This is the heart of 19th-century Buenos Aires, plus this area is home to some fascinating antique shops.

The next stop-off is the picturesque district of La Boca, home to Caminito, perhaps the city's most photographed area thanks to its corrugated iron and brightly-colored houses. This block houses one of the few outdoor museums in the world, where artists exhibit works related to the influence of mainly Italian citizens who arrived at this port at the end of the 19th century. Also stop by at the famous Bombonera stadium, home to legendary football soccer giants Boca Juniors, whose colors of blue and yellow adorn most of the houses and stores in this barrio.
Before returning to the pier, visit of the world's greatest opera houses, its interior is resplendent, with every marble tile, piece of furniture and crystal, imported from Europe. The theater took 80 years to complete and opened in 1908. It combines many European architectural styles and influences including Greek columns, French stained glass and Italian marble. The main salon seats up to 2,500 people and the Colón has hosted opera luminaries such as Luciano Pavarotti, Maria Callas and Placido Domingo. Guided tours (50 minutes).

Tour highlights: 
- May square
- Old quarters at San Telmo neighborhood
- Caminito street at La Boca 
- Colón Theatre  


Inclusions
  • Transfers to/from the pier
  • English speaking guide
  • Private vehicle
  • Visit to Colon Theatre (shared-group)
Exclusions
  • Gratuities for guide and driver
  • Lunch 
Buenos Aires Sightseeing Tour North - half day
Meet your local guide at local pier and start with your visit. 

Familiarize yourself with some of the most recognizable landmarks in the northern area of Buenos Aires. Stop off in Palermo, a district with several faces such as classic Palermo Chico and contemporary Palermo Hollywood and Soho. Head towards Palermo Chico with its impressive townhouses, tree-lined boulevards and parks, then continue to Bosques de Palermo woods for the Japanese Garden and Rose Garden and their wonderful sculptures and lakes as well as the race track and polo grounds. Palermo Soho, meanwhile, fuses the flavor of a working-class neighborhood with contemporary twists such as ethnic restaurants, design stores and bars. Its bohemian atmosphere makes it popular with Argentines as well as foreign visitors. Gastronomy options appeal to all palates. Finally, visit Recoleta neighborhood, home to many a mansion, which takes you back to Argentina’s grander days. The tour ends at Recoleta Cemetery, renowned for its rich architecture and sculptures that makes it more of an open air museum than a place of rest.

After tour you will be transferred back to the pier.

Tour highlights: 
- Palermo trendy area
- Japanese and Rose garden in Palermo
- Recoleta cemetery


Inclusions
  • Transfers to/from the pier
  • English speaking guide
  • Private vehicle
Exclusions
  • Gratuities for guide and driver
  • Lunch 
01/08/2020 01/08/2020
Montevideo

Montevideo 01/09/2020

Uruguay's capital city boasts perhaps the highest quality of living of any city in South America. Rich in parks, sweeping vistas, and architectural styles, Montevideo is blessed with a subtropical climate, guaranteeing warm summers and mild winters. A panoramic tour features highlights such as the Legislative Palace, a grand Neoclassical building, the Ciudad Vieja, or Old Town, and the Batlle y Ordóñez Park with the iconic La Caretta Monument. Or enjoy an overland tour to marvel at nature at the magnificent Iguazú Falls.

Optional Private Excursions

Avoid the crowds and hustle and bustle associated with a group activity. For a memorable trip ashore, we invite you to consider a private shore excursion. Enjoy the undivided attention of your own driver/guide and the flexibility of experiencing the aspects of the local culture that most interest you. Below are just some samples of the private shore excursions we can arrange for you. Let us personalize your experience!

Montevideo - Highlights Tour - 4 hours
Join in a comprehensive overview of Montevideo's neighborhoods, monuments, parks and gardens. Highlights include Solis Theatre, and Independence Square, View the Government House and the Congress Building ( Legislative Palace ) constructed between 1908 and 1925, considered one of the most beautiful parliament buildings in the world given its marble ornamented structure, works of art and lavish interior (inside visit not included). Drive through the Prado neighborhood, one of the oldest parks in the city host to the famous sculpture La Diligencia, Monument to the last Charrua Indians, and the Rose Garden. Drive through the Battle and Ordonez Park, passing by the Obelisk, La Carreta (Covered Wagon) monument and the Football Stadium. A brief stop will be made at Plaza de la Armada at the monument dedicated to the Fallen Navy Soldiers for an impressive photo opportunity of the city coastline. The return drive to the port will be along the coast and its various beaches. 
01/09/2020 01/09/2020
At Sea

At Sea 01/10/2020

Stay in shape at sea with a visit to our Sports Deck, or take a gentle stroll around our 360-degree Promenade Deck. As you cruise, take in the sea views from the Explorers' Lounge or reserve a soothing massage at The Spa. Linger over tea and scones in the Wintergarden or soak up the sun on deck.
01/10/2020 01/10/2020
At Sea

At Sea 01/11/2020

Begin your day with coffee and a real Norwegian waffle at Mamsen's gourmet deli, and cruise into the Southern Hemisphere as you sail over the equator. Later, perhaps you will swim in the Infinity Pool or mingle with newfound friends over tea in the Wintergarden. This evening, enjoy soft piano music in The Living Room or lively jazz in Torshavn.
01/11/2020 01/11/2020
Puerto Madryn

Puerto Madryn 01/12/2020

Depart your ship and head to the Valdés Peninsula, which is connected to the continent by a narrow strip of land. Enjoy its natural beauty and biodiversity, before visiting Puerto Pirámides to observe a sea lion colony from the cliff tops. Or immerse yourself in the history of the area's Welsh settlers with a trip to the town of Dolavon and the city of Gaiman, where the Welsh language is still spoken.
01/12/2020 01/12/2020
At Sea

At Sea 01/13/2020

As you cruise today, perhaps you will relax and enjoy the amenities of your stateroom, with its private veranda and beautifully designed, streamlined Scandinavian interior. Indulge in a morning cup of coffee on your veranda, with the majestic sea as a backdrop, or unwind on the couch with your favorite book.
01/13/2020 01/13/2020
Port Stanley

Port Stanley 01/14/2020

More than 300 miles off the coast of South America lies the rugged archipelago of the Falkland Islands. Here, you will find several hundred sparsely inhabited islands with unspoiled nature and diverse fauna. Some 60 distinct bird species breed on the islands, including five different species of penguin and some of the world's largest colonies of albatross. Visit the world's most southerly Anglican church and the Whalebone Arch, explore the delightful historic streets of Port Stanley, and meet the renowned landlady at Kay McCullum's Bed & Breakfast.
01/14/2020 01/14/2020
At Sea

At Sea 01/15/2020

Perhaps you'll get a morning workout at the Fitness Center and soothe your body with a hot sauna and a few minutes amid the refreshingly chilled air of the Snow Grotto. This evening, enjoy cocktails in the Explorers' Lounge and an authentic Italian meal at Manfredi's Italian Restaurant.
01/15/2020 01/15/2020
Cape Horn

Cape Horn 01/16/2020

Cape Horn: Enjoy two scenic days as you cruise around Cape Horn, once the pinnacle of a seafarer's career, and through the Beagle Channel. The Cape marks the northern boundary of the Drake Passage, where the Atlantic and the Pacific Oceans meet. Retrace the epic voyage of Charles Darwin through the Beagle Channel, the narrow strait separating the main island of Tierra del Fuego from a string of smaller islands to the south. The area has not lost any of its stark natural beauty since Darwin described it in lyrical terms in 1833.
01/16/2020 01/16/2020
Beagle Channel

Beagle Channel 01/16/2020

Cape Horn: Enjoy two scenic days as you cruise around Cape Horn, once the pinnacle of a seafarer's career, and through the Beagle Channel. The Cape marks the northern boundary of the Drake Passage, where the Atlantic and the Pacific Oceans meet. Retrace the epic voyage of Charles Darwin through the Beagle Channel, the narrow strait separating the main island of Tierra del Fuego from a string of smaller islands to the south. The area has not lost any of its stark natural beauty since Darwin described it in lyrical terms in 1833.
01/16/2020 01/16/2020
Ushuaia

Ushuaia 01/17/2020

At the very tip of South America, Ushuaia prides itself on being the southernmost city in the world. The city's spectacular natural surroundings with subantarctic forests, lovely lakes, pristine glaciers, and rich peat bogs are its main asset, but Ushuaia's history as a penal colony of sorts at the "End of the World" makes the city itself a unique and interesting place. Visit the former prison, which today houses a museum, or soak up the scenery on a drive through the lakes and valleys.

Optional Private Excursions

Avoid the crowds and hustle and bustle associated with a group activity. For a memorable trip ashore, we invite you to consider a private shore excursion. Enjoy the undivided attention of your own driver/guide and the flexibility of experiencing the aspects of the local culture that most interest you. Below are just some samples of the private shore excursions we can arrange for you. Let us personalize your experience!

Ushuaia: National Park Tour - 4 hours
Meet your local guide at local pier and start with your visit. 
Tierra del Fuego National Park is the southernmost protected natural area of Argentina and runs for almost 7 km along the Beagle Channel. A rugged territory and successions of steep mountains, with rivers running through deep valleys and many lakes, make up the varied landscape.

Created by the Argentine government in the year 1960 to protect the southernmost sub-Antarctic forests, Tierra del Fuego National Park is the country's only park with an ocean shoreline. It offers historical and wild attractions, and borders with Chile to the West and the Beagle Channel to the South.

It boasts a typical glacial landscape, with a mountainous area and deep valleys washed by rivers and lakes, and mountains ranging from the North West to the South East.
There are numerous pedestrian crosswalks in this National Park starting at different points along Route Nº 3 and reaching wonderful places:

Island Walk - The 800 m track crosses part of the Cormorant Archipelago up to Green Lagoon. It runs along the banks of the Lapataia and Ovando rivers.
Negra Lagoon Track - 400 meters away from the Park, its dark colored waters are due to the presence of big peat mosses.
Lapataia Vantage Point Walk - An alternative access option to Lapataia Bay, after a 500-meter walk, through the lenga forest, a scenic pathway affords a striking view of the bay, and winds down to its shore.
Peat Bog Walkway - 400 meters away from Lapataia Bay, along the way through lenga forests may be seen abandoned beaver dams.
After tour you will be transferred back to the pier.

Tour highlights: 
Lapataia bay 
- The pedestrian crosswalks within the National Park
  
Inclusions
  • Transfers to/from the pier
  • English speaking guide
  • Private vehicle
Exclusions
  • Gratuities for guide and driver 
  • National Park entrance fee
  • Lunch
Ushuaia – National Park, Trekking & Canoas (7 hours - Active sightseeing)
Meet your local guide at local pier and start with your visit. 

Discover the secrets of Tierra del Fuego National Park with specialized guides on this half-day excursion. Here, mountains are accessible from the sea, and freshwater rivers and lakes mix with the coastal forest. On this excursion, walk around the forest and canoe down rivers and across lagoons to reach Lapataia Bay.

After the tour you will be transferred back to the pier.

Tour highlights: 
  • Beagle Channel
  • Lapataia Bay
  • Roca Lake
  • Do trekking and canoing at the NP
 
Inclusions
  • Transfers to/from the pier
  • English speaking guide
  • Private vehicle
  • Box-Lunch
 
Exclusions
  • Gratuities for guide and driver
01/17/2020 01/17/2020
Punta Arenas

Punta Arenas 01/18/2020

Chile's southernmost city sits on the north shore of the Strait of Magellan, named after the Portuguese explorer who pioneered the sea route around South America in 1520. Its heritage as an explorer's haven still remains to this day, with many expeditions to Antarctica beginning from here. The beautiful yet rugged landscape of this sparsely populated region was once thought to be inhabited by Patagonian giants. Immerse yourself in its mystique on a flight over the spectacular peaks of the Torres del Paine National Park, or explore the city's charm on a scenic drive as you take in the highlights.

Optional Private Excursions

Avoid the crowds and hustle and bustle associated with a group activity. For a memorable trip ashore, we invite you to consider a private shore excursion. Enjoy the undivided attention of your own driver/guide and the flexibility of experiencing the aspects of the local culture that most interest you. Below are just some samples of the private shore excursions we can arrange for you. Let us personalize your experience!

Punta Arenas: Exploring the End of the World - 3.5 hours

HIGHLIGHTS OF THIS EXCURSION

  • A visit to the Braun-Menendez Regional Museum.
  • Cocktail and canapés at the De La Cruz hill
  • The municipal cemetery and the tomb dedicated to the Ona Indians.

 DESCRIPTION

This city tour begins with a visit to the southern sector  of Punta Arenas where we’ll visit the eerie wreckage of the Lord  Longsdale ship and the local market.

Afterwards we’ll head back to Old Town Punta Arenas. Here its European architecture, public buildings, main square and gardens with their varied styles denote wealth and luxury that existed in the city during the "golden era" between 1880 and 1914, when Punta Arenas was one of the most active ports of the Southern Cone.

The visit will continue to the Braun-Menendez Regional Museum, the former residence of Maurice Braun and Josefina Menendez, a marriage that united the two largest fortunes in the region of Magallanes. With the falling price of wool and the nationalization of the farms during the 1970's, the family lost most of their wealth and their descendants have since moved from Patagonia to the rest of world.

Moving from downtown towards the North, we’ll arrive at the Mount La Cruz panoramic point. It offers a beautiful view of the city, with its colorful roofs spreading up to the strait and showing the landscape of Tierra del Fuego, Mount Sarmiento and the southern area of the Brunswick Peninsula. Before continuing will take a few minutes to make a toast enjoying this unique view and brilliant photo stop.

To end this excursion we’ll take you to the beautifully landscaped Municipal Cemetery. Here, one can admire the splendid mausoleums of pioneer families as well as a tomb dedicated to the Unknown Ona, the now extinct Fireland Indians. They say you can't really understand a culture until you see where they bury their dead, and in the case of the cemetery of Punta Arenas, this edict certainly rings true. The Municipal Cemetery was opened by the Governor Señoret in 1894 and features a giant stone portico donated by Sara Braun in 1919. Inside this necropolis lies a veritable miniature city, with avenues that connect the magnificent tombs of the region's founding families, settlers, and civic workers and a rather solemn tomb where lie the remains of the last Selk'nam Indians of Tierra del Fuego. 

*Travelers will be transferred from the pier to the excursion sites by car

Operational notes :
 
Duration : 3.5 hours
Level of activity : Easy.
Meal plan : Snacks and refreshments at Mount La Cruz
Travellers will be transferred from the pier to the excursion sites by car

Punta Arenas: Flavors of Patagonia - 4 hours

HIGHLIGHTS OF THIS EXCURSION

  • An orientation tour of Punta Arenas
  • A private culinary experience with a renowned local chef

 DESCRIPTION

The Walking City Tour begins at Main Square Plaza Muñoz Gamero and Old Town with its European arquitecture, public buildings and gardens with their varied styles denote wealth and luxury that existed in the city during the "golden era" between 1880 and 1914, when Punta Arenas became one of the most active ports of the Southern Cone.

To continue towards the area near the port and regional market where will meet up with Luis Gonzalez, Chef and owner of the unique Remezon Restaurant which offers wild flavours that come from this part of the world. Thus his proposal has been awarded and praised by many visitors.

Luis Gonzalez enjoys sharing his Patagonian recipes and culinary secrets with those who come to the Remezon. Today we’ll be doing some grocery shopping together at the market and his favourite spots and afterwards enter his kitchen where cooking is not only fun but we’ll also learn more about Punta Arenas culture, its people and way of living at the ends of the world.

After participating in preparing some delicious dishes it will be time to sit back and enjoy lunch.

Before leaving Luis will surprise you with a very special memento of this Patagonian culinary experience. 

*Travelers will be transferred from the pier to the excursion sites by car

Operational notes :
 
Duration : 4 hours
Level of activity : Easy.
Meal plan : Lunch with wine at the Remezón restaurant 
Travelers will be transferred from the pier to the excursion sites by car

Punta Arenas - A day on a Patagonian Ranch - 5 hours
HIGHLIGHTS OF THIS EXCURSION
  • The local fauna
  • Typical Patagonian lunch
DESCRIPTION
 
This journey begins as we take off from the city towards the north. Once leaving Punta Arenas enjoy the scenery of the pampas and Patagonian steppe; rheas may be seen alongside hundreds of sheep.
In 1852 Bernard E. Philippi brought some sheep from Chiloé (island across Puerto Montt) and in 1877 the governor Double Diego Almeyda traveled to the Falkland Islands and brought 300 sheep that were sold in Punta Arenas. The following year other traders brought more sheep, and thus began the business of farming and today represent one of the main economic activities in the region. The principal landowners were English and Scots, who knew the handling of sheep and the necessary infrastructure.
 
Rio Penitente farm was founded by Alexander Morrison, a Scottish pioneer in 1891. Today his descendants are in charge, and will be here to welcome visitors to their charming ranch to explore their facilities, discover the traditional work around the farm, and watch the sheep working dogs and a sheep shearing exhibition.
 
The comfortable old-world setting provides sharp contrast with the raw beauty of the beech forest and open pampas of the surrounding Patagonian Landscapes. The clear water of Rio Penitente, flowing through the farm, offers excellent trout fishing.
 
For lunch an exquisite Patagonian barbecue will be served at the main dinning room.


*Travelers will be transferred from the pier to the excursion sites by car
 
01/18/2020 01/18/2020
Amalia Glacier

Amalia Glacier 01/19/2020

Amalia Glacier: During our scenic cruising time, keep watch for sea lions and dolphins as you cruise among the rugged mountains and blue-tinged glaciers of Chile's distinguished fjords. The Amalia Glacier, located on the edge of the Sarmiento Channel in Bernardo O'Higgins National Park, originates in the Southern Patagonian Ice Field.
01/19/2020 01/19/2020
Chilean Fjords

Chilean Fjords 01/20/2020

Chilean Fjords: Enjoy a landscape of snowy peaks, massive blue glaciers from which waterfalls tumble into the sea, and steep-sided fjords, a land of great pristine beauty accessible only by ship. For centuries, seafarers have used the maze of channels to travel up and down the Chilean coast in the sheltered waters of the Chilean fjords.
01/20/2020 01/20/2020
Puerto Montt

Puerto Montt 01/21/2020

Today, you will call on the city of Puerto Montt, situated on the north side of a sheltered bay and less than 20 miles from the summit of the Osorno volcano. The main city in Chile's lakes region, Puerto Montt boasts stunning scenery. Snowcapped volcanoes, lush green fields, and forested national parks dominate the landscape. Enjoy a panoramic drive through the scenic villages and towns, and visit the German Colonial Museum to explore the life and times of the early German settlers.

Optional Private Excursions

Avoid the crowds and hustle and bustle associated with a group activity. For a memorable trip ashore, we invite you to consider a private shore excursion. Enjoy the undivided attention of your own driver/guide and the flexibility of experiencing the aspects of the local culture that most interest you. Below are just some samples of the private shore excursions we can arrange for you. Let us personalize your experience!

Puerto Montt: The Llanquihue Lake Experience - 6 hours
HIGHLIGHTS OF THIS EXCURSION
  • The town of Puerto Varas
  • The Settlers Museum in Frutillar
  • Angelmó Handicrafts Market in Puerto Montt
 

DESCRIPTION
This excursion takes in the main attractions of Puerto Montt and the nearby towns of Puerto Varas and Frutillar, both located on the shores of Lake Llanquihue, with spectacular views of the snow-capped Osorno Volcano.
 
Puerto Montt was founded in 1853 by German immigrants and their stalwart promoter Vicente Pérez Rosales, who named the town after another promoter of immigration, President Manuel Montt. The waterfront here was rebuilt after the devastating earthquake of 1960, which had destroyed the city's port, church, and neighbourhood of Angelmó. Today it is the capital of Chile's Southern Lake District, a thriving city that invests heavily in salmon farming, shipping, and tourism. Puerto Montt is commercially and strategically very important to this region. Settled by German colonists in the mid-19th century, it features middle-European architecture, with high-pitched, redwood-shingled roofs and ornate balconies.
 
On leaving the port there will be a short visit of the Angelmó Handicrafts market located just a few minutes walk from the dock gates, before continue through the centre of the city for a glimpse of highlights such as the redwood cathedral on the city's plaza, which is the city's oldest building, dating back to 1856. Continue to the town of Puerto Varas for an orientation tour and enjoy the opportunity to take a photograph across the waters of the Llanquihue to one of the regions icons; the mighty Osorno Volcano. Puerto Varas is one of Chile's most charming towns, not only because of its privileged lakeside location, but also because of its quaint, German-influenced architecture, and its friendly, laid-back atmosphere. The city was built by the sweat and tenacity of German immigrants, and later it became a port for goods being shipped from the Lago Llanquihue area to Puerto Montt (mostly timber). Today most of the area's middle- and upper-middle-class residents call Puerto Varas home and commute to Puerto Montt and other surrounding places for work.
 
Along the trip we will do a short stop to enjoy the delicious local beer, Drakkar and Colonos; we will also visit the brewery to learn how they produce it. Our host will be the owner who will explain us the process.
 
Continue to the historic town of Frutillar. Founded in 1856 by German settlers, this is one the most charming towns in Chile. A visit will be made to the Settlers Museum, which features a collection of 19th-century antiques, clothing, and artefacts gathered from various immigrant German families around the area. There will also be a visit to the Teatro del Lago Concert Hall, an open-air venue that is gaining prestige on both a national and international level, and which is home to Frutillar’s famous Music Festival. Once an event for local and regional artists, this annual festival now draws international performers.
 
Light lunch will be served at “Lavanda Casa de Té”, an old barn where Opa Pancho spended many hours dedicated to one of his hobbies, mechanic; today, it has been turned into an exclusive tearoom immersed in lavender plantation.  Among aromas, flavors and memories of an unforgettable time, we will taste the finest flavors of tea accompanied by the best local pastry
 
After light lunch return to Puerto Montt, stopping briefly at an observation point for a view across Tenglo Bay with the ship in port.


Operational notes :
 
Duration : 6.15 hours
Level of activity : Easy.
Meal plan : Light lunch & mineral water 
Travelers will be transferred from the pier to the excursion site. 

 
Puerto Montt: A Journey into Chile's Oldest National Park - 4 hours
HIGHLIGHTS OF THIS EXCURSION
  • The Petrohué Rapids
  • The town of Puerto Varas
  • Puerto Montt and the Angelmó Market
 
DESCRIPTION
This excursion takes in the main attractions of Puerto Montt, Puerto Varas, and the Petrohué Rapids, one of southern Chile’s most beautiful attractions.
 
Departing from the pier, the drive heads directly to one of the most famous beauty spots in Chile’s Lake District; Petrohué Rapids. The scenic journey follows the road to the village of Alerce, with views of charming wooden houses and churches, pristine farmland, and lush green forest, before taking the road that skirts Lake Llanquihue.
 
The arrival to the village of Ensenada, at the foot of the Osorno Volcano, marks the entrance to the oldest National Park in Chile; the Vicente Perez Rosales National Park. Founded in 1926 it covers an area of 251,000 hectares (619,970 acres), incorporating the park's centrepieces Lake Todos los Santos, the Petrohué Rapids, and three commanding volcanoes; Osorno, Calbuco, and Puntiagudo.
 
The mighty Petrohué is one of Chile’s most beautiful and exciting glacial rivers, and your guests will marvel at the spectacular scenery of ancient forests, waterfalls and breathtaking views of the surrounding mountains and volcanoes. Upon arrival to the rapids, one can enjoy the spectacle of the inky-green waters as they crash through lava channels formed after the eruption of the Osorno in 1850.
 
Head back west in the direction of Puerto Varas, where a short stop will be made. This tidy little town, with its lovely architecture and bustling centre, is mainly residential and thrives on tourism thanks to its grand setting on Lake Llanquihue and proximity to the nearby National Parks. Here there will be an opportunity to take a photograph or two across the waters of Lake Llanquihue to the mighty Osorno Volcano. The city was built by the sweat and tenacity of German immigrants, and later it became a port for goods being shipped from the Lago Llanquihue area to Puerto Montt (mostly timber). Today most of the area's middle- and upper-middle-class residents call Puerto Varas home and commute to Puerto Montt and other surrounding places for work.
 
Return to Puerto Montt, stopping briefly at an observation point for a view across Tenglo Bay with the ship in port, followed by a short orientation tour through the centre of the city for a glimpse of highlights such as the redwood cathedral on the city's plaza, which is the city's oldest building, dating back to 1856.
 
The transfer will end either on the pier or for those who choose to browse for bargains, at the Angelmó Handicraft Market, just a few minutes’ walk from the dock gates.



Operational notes :
 
Duration : 4 hours
Level of activity : Easy.
Meal plan : Mineral water 

**Travelers will be transferred from the pier to the excursion sites by car


 
Puerto Montt: The Route of the Pioneers - 7 hours
HIGHLIGHTS OF THIS EXCURSION
  • A walk on the Osorno Volcano
  • Breathtaking mountain and cold rainforest scenery
 
DESCRIPTION
This excursion follows route taken by the German, Swiss and Austrian pioneers in 1850, looking for a way to reach Argentina from Chile.
 
This programme commences with a drive north out of Puerto Montt towards the village of Alerce, with views of charming wooden houses and churches, pristine farmland, and lush green forest. Then take the road to Colonia Tres Puentes. This small, sleepy town is located at the foot of the Calbuco Volcano. A stop will be made at a nearby forest of the ancient alerce trees.
 
Continue the journey to the Vicente Pérez Rosales National Park, climbing the Osorno Volcano to the Ski and Mountain Centre, at an altitude of 4,200 feet above sea level. When you reach the La Burbuja sector, you will take a short trek to enjoy the panoramic views and will be able to take pictures of the summit of Osorno and Calbuco with their snow-covered peaks, and of Lake Llanquihue. You will also enjoy the views from the chairlift.
 
Lunch will be served at a local restaurant, before continuing to one of the most famous beauty spots in Chile’s Lake District; Petrohué Rapids. The mighty Petrohué is one of Chile’s most beautiful and exciting glacial rivers, and your guests will marvel at the spectacular scenery of ancient forests, waterfalls and breathtaking views of the surrounding mountains and volcanoes. Upon arrival to the rapids, one can enjoy the spectacle of the inky-green waters as they crash through lava channels formed after the eruption of the Osorno in 1850.
 
Return to Puerto Montt to rejoin the ship.

Notes:
Duration : 7 hours

Level of activity : Easy.
Meal plan : Mineral water 
*Travelers will be transferred from the pier to the excursion sites by car
 
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Frutillar
01/21/2020 01/21/2020
At Sea

At Sea 01/22/2020

Spend another relaxing day cruising the waters of the Pacific Ocean. As you sail, you might take a swim in the Infinity Pool. Join new friends for afternoon tea in the Wintergarden or relax onboard as you sip a cocktail by the pool.
01/22/2020 01/22/2020
Santiago (Valparaiso)

Santiago (Valparaiso) 01/23/2020

Blessed with a magnificent setting in a steep natural amphitheater turned toward the Pacific, Valparaíso charms visitors with its colorful labyrinthine streets that rise up from the water's edge and through the hills. Funiculars carry pedestrians up and down the slopes, where they ascend to marvel at the views over the port, and where artists, authors, and poets have come for generations seeking inspiration. Perhaps take a tour of Santiago, Chile's capital city, brimming with museums, theaters, world-class eateries, and numerous shopping centers. Explore the bohemian district of Barrio Bellavista and meander through the streets lined with vibrant murals at the foot of San Cristóbal Hill. Or, weave your way through the tiered maze of Santa Lucía Hill for magnificent views over the city.

Optional Private Excursions

Avoid the crowds and hustle and bustle associated with a group activity. For a memorable trip ashore, we invite you to consider a private shore excursion. Enjoy the undivided attention of your own driver/guide and the flexibility of experiencing the aspects of the local culture that most interest you. Below are just some samples of the private shore excursions we can arrange for you. Let us personalize your experience!

Valparaiso: Encounter with the Art - 4 hours
HIGHLIGHTS OF THIS EXCURSION
  • La Sebastiana –  Pablo Neruda Museum
  • A local artist’s studio
 
DESCRIPTION
 
Picturesque Valparaiso was one of the first Chilean cities founded by the Spanish in 1536.
 
A thriving port for centuries, modern Valparaiso remains Chile’s primary outlet to the sea. In 1906, a vicious earthquake struck the city, toppling hundreds of the city's priceless monuments. This earthquake, however, would be a portent of things to come: The truly fatal blow to Valparaiso would come 8 years later. In 1914, the first international ship crossed the Panama Canal. The golden age of Valparaiso had come to an end. After years of gloom and decay, the historic port and university town is now living something of a revival. The Chilean government has pledged both economic and structural support to the city, and private entities are implementing projects that seek to trigger an urban renaissance in Valparaiso as a world heritage city and Chile's cultural capital. Among the priorities are culture, heritage preservation, and economic development via tourism. This effort culminated in UNESCO naming Valparaiso’s Historic Quarter a World Heritage Site in 2003.
 
Immigrants from all over the world have chosen to stay and leave their mark on this peculiar city.
Since over 450 years, this strategic port in the western coast of the South American continent has been the subject of interest for many renamed visitor. First visited by Drake and later on by Dutch pirates, left in ruins by Spanish cannons’ fire and reconstructed many times after numerous earthquakes, Valparaíso is a handmade city, a result of human intervention and an example of urban resilience.
 
During your 4-hour tour you will have the chance to see Valparaíso distinctively spontaneous hill neighbourhoods and their vernacular architecture, including more than a dozen ascensores (funicular cable cars) that connect the port with its surrounding heights.  This is a great city to explore on foot so that you can grasp its beauty.
 
One of the highlights of the tour will surely be Chilean Nobel Prize-winning poet Pablo Neruda’s Valparaiso residence, “La Sebastiana”. The house is full to the brim with the eccentric genius’ keepsakes from his many trips abroad, as well as an extensive library.
 
Also during your visit you will get the opportunity to visit the studio/gallery of a local artist who will be pleased to meet you and sharing with you his passion for art and his life experience in this bohemian city in front of the Pacific Ocean, a constant source of inspiration for many other artists

OBSERVATIONS
  1. Includes the services of an English-speaking guide.
  2. Bottled mineral water included.
  3. Entrance fee to the museums are included. 
  4. Museums are closed on Mondays.

*Travellers will be transferred from the pier to the excursion sites by car
 
Valparaiso - Wines of the Casablanca Valley
HIGHLIGHTS OF THIS EXCURSION
 
  • Tour and Tasting at two emblematic vineyards of the Casablanca valley
  
DESCRIPTION
 
This morning you will be welcomed at the Valparaíso pier by your guide who will escort you on your private tour to the Casablanca valley.
 
The Casablanca Valley is a sub-region of the Aconcagua Valley, but its vineyards – first planted in the early 1980s – have earned worldwide recognition in a relatively short space of time. The warm, temperate climate of the area is greatly influenced by the coastal sea breezes, which in combination with a perfect terroir in a valley situated on the coastal plane, with distant hills and slopes rising no more than 400 meters above sea level provide ideal conditions for certain varieties of grape. It is not unlike Santa Barbara and portions of Sonoma, and fittingly, the grapes that have done best over the past half-decade or so have been Chardonnay and Sauvignon Blanc. While the area is best known for its crisp white wines, in particular Sauvignon Blanc and Chardonnay, varieties such as Gewürtztraminer and certain lighter reds such as Pinot Noir are fast becoming the varieties du jour.
 
The first visit will be made at the Casas del Bosque vineyard where the visit will commence with a tour of the winery and cellars. Continue with a tasting focussing on their superb, award-winning red and white wines including their award-winning Sauvignon Blanc Reserve 2004. A selection of dried fruits and cheeses will be served to accompany the wines during the tastings.
 
Then continue to the Matetic winery.
 
The new Matetic vineyard, designed by the Viña Matetic team in cooperation with architect Lawrence Odfjell, is a state-of-the-art winemaking facility, constructed so as to complement its glorious setting. In other words, harmony has been reached between the winery´s organic agricultural practices and the natural landscape of the valley.
 
Upon arrival to the vineyard you will be greeted and invited to listen to a brief introductory speech about the vineyard history and the different phases of wine production while appreciating stunning views of the vineyards and the beautiful Rosario Valley. Then you will proceed to the tasting room where you will sample the high quality Matetic wines.
 
Lunch today will be served at excellent Matetic Winery’s restaurant.


Notes:
  1. Includes the services of an English-speaking guide.
  2. Bottled mineral water available in the vehicle

*Travelers will be transferred from the pier to the excursion sites by car
01/23/2020 01/23/2020
Santiago (Valparaiso)

Santiago (Valparaiso) 01/24/2020

Disembark your ship this morning as your journey comes to a close. Alternatively, you may choose to extend your time in Chile with a post-cruise extension in Santiago.

Optional Private Excursions

Avoid the crowds and hustle and bustle associated with a group activity. For a memorable trip ashore, we invite you to consider a private shore excursion. Enjoy the undivided attention of your own driver/guide and the flexibility of experiencing the aspects of the local culture that most interest you. Below are just some samples of the private shore excursions we can arrange for you. Let us personalize your experience!

Valparaiso: Encounter with the Art - 4 hours
HIGHLIGHTS OF THIS EXCURSION
  • La Sebastiana –  Pablo Neruda Museum
  • A local artist’s studio
 
DESCRIPTION
 
Picturesque Valparaiso was one of the first Chilean cities founded by the Spanish in 1536.
 
A thriving port for centuries, modern Valparaiso remains Chile’s primary outlet to the sea. In 1906, a vicious earthquake struck the city, toppling hundreds of the city's priceless monuments. This earthquake, however, would be a portent of things to come: The truly fatal blow to Valparaiso would come 8 years later. In 1914, the first international ship crossed the Panama Canal. The golden age of Valparaiso had come to an end. After years of gloom and decay, the historic port and university town is now living something of a revival. The Chilean government has pledged both economic and structural support to the city, and private entities are implementing projects that seek to trigger an urban renaissance in Valparaiso as a world heritage city and Chile's cultural capital. Among the priorities are culture, heritage preservation, and economic development via tourism. This effort culminated in UNESCO naming Valparaiso’s Historic Quarter a World Heritage Site in 2003.
 
Immigrants from all over the world have chosen to stay and leave their mark on this peculiar city.
Since over 450 years, this strategic port in the western coast of the South American continent has been the subject of interest for many renamed visitor. First visited by Drake and later on by Dutch pirates, left in ruins by Spanish cannons’ fire and reconstructed many times after numerous earthquakes, Valparaíso is a handmade city, a result of human intervention and an example of urban resilience.
 
During your 4-hour tour you will have the chance to see Valparaíso distinctively spontaneous hill neighbourhoods and their vernacular architecture, including more than a dozen ascensores (funicular cable cars) that connect the port with its surrounding heights.  This is a great city to explore on foot so that you can grasp its beauty.
 
One of the highlights of the tour will surely be Chilean Nobel Prize-winning poet Pablo Neruda’s Valparaiso residence, “La Sebastiana”. The house is full to the brim with the eccentric genius’ keepsakes from his many trips abroad, as well as an extensive library.
 
Also during your visit you will get the opportunity to visit the studio/gallery of a local artist who will be pleased to meet you and sharing with you his passion for art and his life experience in this bohemian city in front of the Pacific Ocean, a constant source of inspiration for many other artists

OBSERVATIONS
  1. Includes the services of an English-speaking guide.
  2. Bottled mineral water included.
  3. Entrance fee to the museums are included. 
  4. Museums are closed on Mondays.

*Travellers will be transferred from the pier to the excursion sites by car
 
Valparaiso - Wines of the Casablanca Valley
HIGHLIGHTS OF THIS EXCURSION
 
  • Tour and Tasting at two emblematic vineyards of the Casablanca valley
  
DESCRIPTION
 
This morning you will be welcomed at the Valparaíso pier by your guide who will escort you on your private tour to the Casablanca valley.
 
The Casablanca Valley is a sub-region of the Aconcagua Valley, but its vineyards – first planted in the early 1980s – have earned worldwide recognition in a relatively short space of time. The warm, temperate climate of the area is greatly influenced by the coastal sea breezes, which in combination with a perfect terroir in a valley situated on the coastal plane, with distant hills and slopes rising no more than 400 meters above sea level provide ideal conditions for certain varieties of grape. It is not unlike Santa Barbara and portions of Sonoma, and fittingly, the grapes that have done best over the past half-decade or so have been Chardonnay and Sauvignon Blanc. While the area is best known for its crisp white wines, in particular Sauvignon Blanc and Chardonnay, varieties such as Gewürtztraminer and certain lighter reds such as Pinot Noir are fast becoming the varieties du jour.
 
The first visit will be made at the Casas del Bosque vineyard where the visit will commence with a tour of the winery and cellars. Continue with a tasting focussing on their superb, award-winning red and white wines including their award-winning Sauvignon Blanc Reserve 2004. A selection of dried fruits and cheeses will be served to accompany the wines during the tastings.
 
Then continue to the Matetic winery.
 
The new Matetic vineyard, designed by the Viña Matetic team in cooperation with architect Lawrence Odfjell, is a state-of-the-art winemaking facility, constructed so as to complement its glorious setting. In other words, harmony has been reached between the winery´s organic agricultural practices and the natural landscape of the valley.
 
Upon arrival to the vineyard you will be greeted and invited to listen to a brief introductory speech about the vineyard history and the different phases of wine production while appreciating stunning views of the vineyards and the beautiful Rosario Valley. Then you will proceed to the tasting room where you will sample the high quality Matetic wines.
 
Lunch today will be served at excellent Matetic Winery’s restaurant.


Notes:
  1. Includes the services of an English-speaking guide.
  2. Bottled mineral water available in the vehicle

*Travelers will be transferred from the pier to the excursion sites by car
01/24/2020 01/24/2020
Viking Cruises: Viking Jupiter
Expand your horizons on this comfortable, award-winning ship, intimate and thoughtfully created by experienced nautical architects and designers to enrich your interaction with your destination in every way.
Ship Statistics
Year Built
2019
Year Refurbished
Year Entered Present Fleet
Previous Name
Country of Registry
Tonnage (GRT)
48000
Guests (Lowers)
930
Total Guests
928
Passenger Decks
9
Number of Crew
370
Officers' Nationality
Cruise/Hotel Staff Nationality
Total Rooms
465
Suites
47
Balconies
418
Ocean/River View
Interior
Accessible

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Balcony

Veranda Stateroom (V2) 7,799
Veranda Stateroom
  • Category: V2
  • Deck 3
Veranda Stateroom (V1) Limited Availability
Veranda Stateroom
  • Category: V1
  • Deck 3
Deluxe Veranda Stateroom (DV6) 7,999
Deluxe Veranda Stateroom
  • Category: DV6
  • Deck 3
Deluxe Veranda Stateroom (DV5) 8,099
Deluxe Veranda Stateroom
  • Category: DV5
  • Deck 4
Deluxe Veranda Stateroom (DV4) 8,199
Deluxe Veranda Stateroom
  • Category: DV4
  • Deck 4
Deluxe Veranda Stateroom (DV3) 8,299
Deluxe Veranda Stateroom
  • Category: DV3
  • Deck 5
Deluxe Veranda Stateroom (DV2) 8,499
Deluxe Veranda Stateroom
  • Category: DV2
  • Deck 6
  • Deck 5
Deluxe Veranda Stateroom (DV1) Limited Availability
Deluxe Veranda Stateroom
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  • Deck 8
  • Deck 7
  • Deck 5
  • Deck 4
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  • Deck 4
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  • Deck 5
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Penthouse Veranda Stateroom
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  • Deck 6
  • Deck 5

Suite

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Penthouse Junior Suite
  • Category: PS3
  • Deck 6
Penthouse Junior Suite (PS2) 12,999
Penthouse Junior Suite
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  • Deck 7
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Penthouse Junior Suite
  • Category: PS1
  • Deck 8
Explorer Suite (ES3) Limited Availability
Explorer Suite
  • Category: ES3
  • Deck 3
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Explorer Suite
  • Category: ES2
  • Deck 6
  • Deck 5
  • Deck 4
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Explorer Suite (ES1) Limited Availability
Explorer Suite
  • Category: ES1
  • Deck 5
  • Deck 4
24-hour room service
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Owner's Suite
  • Category: OS
  • Deck 7

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Deck 9
Deck 8

Stateroom Key

  • Penthouse Junior Suite (PS1)
  • Deluxe Veranda Stateroom (DV1)
Deck 7

Stateroom Key

  • Owner's Suite (OS)
  • Penthouse Junior Suite (PS2)
  • Deluxe Veranda Stateroom (DV1)
Deck 6

Stateroom Key

  • Penthouse Junior Suite (PS3)
  • Penthouse Veranda Stateroom (PV1)
  • Deluxe Veranda Stateroom (DV2)
  • Explorer Suite (ES2)
Deck 5

Stateroom Key

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  • Penthouse Veranda Stateroom (PV2)
  • Deluxe Veranda Stateroom (DV2)
  • Deluxe Veranda Stateroom (DV3)
  • Explorer Suite (ES1)
  • Explorer Suite (ES2)
  • Deluxe Veranda Stateroom (DV1)
Deck 4

Stateroom Key

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  • Explorer Suite (ES2)
  • Penthouse Veranda Stateroom (PV3)
  • Deluxe Veranda Stateroom (DV4)
  • Deluxe Veranda Stateroom (DV5)
  • Deluxe Veranda Stateroom (DV1)
Deck 3

Stateroom Key

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  • Deluxe Veranda Stateroom (DV1)
  • Deluxe Veranda Stateroom (DV6)
  • Veranda Stateroom (V1)
  • Veranda Stateroom (V2)
Deck 2
Deck 1
Deck A