Page 0032

32

WHAT'S INCLUDED:

✥ Return flights from London Heathrow

✥ All transfers

✥ 1 or 2 nights' 4* B&B hotel stay in

Buenos Aires

✥ 1-night hotel stay in Santiago - Chile

(Classic Cape Horn only)

✥ 14 or 15-nights' full-board cruise

Our South American collection of itineraries offer a relatively unusual holiday to one of the most remote cruise

destinations in the world. Choose from a classic passage around Cape Horn between Chile and Argentina, perhaps travel

the Route to Rio or take an intrepid trip to the Antarctic including a visit to the Falkland Islands. Expect to encounter a

unique mixture of exploration and adventure where incredible scenery, amazing flora & fauna and fascinating history are

marvellously intertwined. Follow in the footsteps of the great explorers such as Sir Francis Drake, Charles Darwin (Beagle

Channel) and Ferdinand Magellan through the three navigable passages across the tip of South America.

Date Nights Itinerary Interior Oceanview Balcony AquaClass

Balcony

4 Dec 19 1+15+1

Classic

Cape Horn

£2659 £2989 £3049 £3599

19 Dec 19 1+15+1

Classic

Cape Horn

£3549 £3869 £4399 £4999

3 Jan 20 1+14+1

Classic

Cape Horn

£2699

SOLD

OUT

£3439 £4139

16 Jan 20 2+14 Antarctica £3139 £3819 £3889 £4779

30 Jan 20 2+14 Antarctica £3159 £3879 £3949 £4899

13 Feb 20 2+14 Route to Rio £2889 £3259 £3619 £4199

28 Feb 20 1+14+1

Classic

Cape Horn

£2789 £3589 £3729 £4659

Itinerary A - Classic Cape Horn: Fly overnight to Buenos

Aires for 1 nights' hotel stay - cruise for 14 or 15 nights

(the first night is spent on board in port) - Montevideo

(Uruguay) - Punta Del Este (Uruguay) - Puerto Madryn

(Argentina) - Cape Horn ( Drake Passage) - Ushuaia#

(Argentina) - through the Beagle Channel - Punta Arenas

(Chile) - Straits of Magellan - Chilean Fjords - Puerto

Montt (Chile) - San Antonio port (Chile) - Santiago - Chile

for overnight hotel stay - fly home overnight. (Itinerary

operates in reverse and varies).

Itinerary B - Antarctica: Fly overnight to Buenos Aires

for 2 nights' hotel stay - cruise for 14 nights to Ushuaia#

(Argentina) - through the Beagle Channel - Cape Horn & the

Drake Passage - Schollart Channel - Paradise Bay - Gerlache

Straight - Elephant Island - Port Stanley# (Falkland islands)

- Puerto Madryn# (Argentina) - Montevideo# (Uruguay) -

Buenos Aires. Fly home overnight. (# = ports of call)

Itinerary C - Route To Rio: Fly overnight to Buenos Aires

for 2 nights' hotel stay - cruise for 14 nights to Santos (for

Sao Paolo) - Ilhabela (Brazil) - Buzios (Brazil) - Rio de Janeiro

(2 night in port) - Punta Del Este (Uruguay) - Montevideo

(Uruguay) - Buenos Aires. Fly home overnight.

SOUTH AMERICA & ANTARCTICA IN MODERN LUXURY

Celebrity Eclipse • 18-19 Nights • December 2019-February 2020 • Prices from £2659pp

Follow in the Footsteps of the Great Explorers!Argentina is the second largest country in South America

and the eighth-largest country in the world - sandwiched

between the Andes mountain range in the west and the

Atlantic Ocean in the east. The capital - Buenos Aires is a top

tourist destination, known for its European style architecture

and rich cultural life. Perhaps dance the tango, ride the

range on a Pampas ranch, trace the life and history of Eva

Peron or enjoy a traditional Aasado (Argentine style BBQ).

Antarctica: Cruise through the Schollart Channel where

penguins, cresting humpback whales, and barking leopard

seals outnumber the amount of people cruising through

the channel. Paradise Bay is where the Argentine and

Chilean scientific research stations can be found. Here you

will be able to marvel at the beauty of crystal clear water

reflecting off staggering icebergs and crevices. Sail through

the Gerlache Straight before reaching Elephant Island which

is an ice-covered mountainous island in the outer reaches

of the South Shetland Islands. Point Wild on the island was

the desolate refuge of Ernest Shackleton and his 28 crew

in 1916 following the loss of their ship Endurance in the

Weddell Sea. It took Shackleton and five of his men almost

two weeks to sail to South Georgia in an open lifeboat to call

for rescue. Shackleton returned four and a half months later

to rescue the remainder of his men who were stranded on

Elephant Island during the middle of the Antarctic Winter.

Call now to book: 0800 082 2170 or visit

www.jetlinecruise.com/cruise-packages/south-america-antarctica-in-modern-lux-717

Index

  1. Page 0001
  2. Page 0002
  3. Page 0003
  4. Page 0004
  5. Page 0005
  6. Page 0006
  7. Page 0007
  8. Page 0008
  9. Page 0009
  10. Page 0010
  11. Page 0011
  12. Page 0012
  13. Page 0013
  14. Page 0014
  15. Page 0015
  16. Page 0016
  17. Page 0017
  18. Page 0018
  19. Page 0019
  20. Page 0020
  21. Page 0021
  22. Page 0022
  23. Page 0023
  24. Page 0024
  25. Page 0025
  26. Page 0026
  27. Page 0027
  28. Page 0028
  29. Page 0029
  30. Page 0030
  31. Page 0031
  32. Page 0032

Related Issues