South American Sojourn
28 November 2017 | 18 Nights
Your Holiday Includes: Return flights from the UK | Private car transfers throughout | 2 nights hotel stay, Buenos Aires | Tango night show, Buenos Aires | 14 nights onboard ms Zaandam | 2 nights hotel stay, Santiago | Half day Concho Y Toro Winery tour
|28 Nov 17||Fly UK/Buenos Aires
|29 Nov 17||Buenos Aires
Arrive & private car transfers to your hotel for 2 night stay
|30 Nov 17||Buenos Aires
Free night-time tango show
|1 Dec 17||Buenos Aires
Private car transfer to the port & embark MS Zaandam
|2 Dec 17||Buenos Aires
Buenos Aires continues to fascinate and entertain visitors, both with its chaotic energy and its sheer urban beauty. Any list of things to do would begin with the many walkable neighbourhoods, Palermo especially stands out, thanks to residents who have pushed the restaurant scene in new and exciting directions.
|3 Dec 17||Montevideo (Uruguay)
While Montevideo might not have the bustle of Argentina's capital city, it shares a cosmpolitan atmosphere and, of course, excellent steak houses. Of all the cities of Latin America, none are as approachable as Montevideo, with it's mix of eclectic neighbourhoods, recently renovated harbour and Art Deco downtown.
|4 Dec 17||Day at Sea
|5 Dec 17||Day at Sea
|6 Dec 17||Port Stanley (Falkland Islands)
Proud of it's British heritage, evidenced everywhere from red phone boxes to traditional pubs, Stanley is a remote yet accessible corner of British territory, first claimed in 1765.
|7 Dec 17||Cruise the Strait of Magellan
Before the Panama Canal was the Strait of Magellan. Linking the Atlantic and Pacific oceans, this cinematic channel cuts between the mainland tip of South America and Terra del Fuego island.
|8 Dec 17||Punta Arenas (Chile)
This picturesque city sits on the Strait of Magellan, positioned squarely between the Atlantic and Pacific. From penguin spotting on Isla Magdalena and kayaking the Strait of Magellan to visiting area farms and indulging in surf and turf specialities, this is a must-see destination on any South American cruise.
|8 Dec 17||Cruise Beagle Channel
Running through the Tierra del Fuego archipelago, the Beagle Channel is a scenic and wonderfully calm strait that has become a hugely popular destination.
|8 Dec 17||Cruise Glacier Alley
The Avenue of the Glaciers stretches along a good portion of the Beagle Channel - here you follow the route that took Darwin's HMS Beagle on his fateful voyage to Galapagos.
|9 Dec 17||Ushuaia (Argentina)
Dramatic, fantastical and otherworldly, Ushuaia is the real end of the world! Positioned on the southernmost tip of Argentina, this memorable town is cradled between the pristine Martial Mountains and accessed through the Beagle Channel. Capital of Tierra del Fuego, it is a veritable kaleidoscope of glittering glaciers, snowcapped mountains, dense forests, sparkling lakes and windswept plains.
|10 Dec 17||Cruise Cape Horn
One of the most famous passages of water in the world, Cape Horn is where the Atlantic and Pacific meet.
|11 Dec 17||Cruise the Chilean Fjords
Much like the Norwegian coastline, the west coast of Chile is sliced by dramatic inlets, or fjords, lined with rugged mountains and glacier-covered valleys. This spectacular stretch of coastline starts near the Reloncavi Estury and stretches for over 1,500km.
|12 Dec 17||Cruise the Chilean Fjords|
|13 Dec 17||Puerto Montt
The capital of the Los Lagos region of Chile, Puerto Montt is often called the gateway to the country's glacial lakes, volcanic landscapes and national parks.
|14 Dec 17||Day at Sea|
|15 Dec 17||Valparaiso/Santiago (Chile)
Disembark & private car transfer to hotel for 2 night stay
|16 Dec 17||Santiago
Half day Choncha Y Toro Winery tour
|17 Dec 17||Santiago/Fly UK
Private car transfer to airport for your flight home
Fly from London Heathrow
Interior Staterooms from £2,299 per person
Ocean View Staterooms from £2,449 per person
Suites from £3,099 per person
Prices are based on live pricing systems and are therefore subject to change and availability