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COMPLETE SOUTH AMERICA

Coral Princess • 17 Nights • November 2020-March 2021 • Prices from £1799pp

Follow in the Footsteps Of the Great Explorers!

WHAT'S INCLUDED:

✥ Return flights from London Heathrow

✥ All Transfers

✥ 1 night's 4* Hotel in Los Angeles

(selected itineraries only)

✥ 2 nights' 4* B&B Hotel stay in Santiago Chile

(selected itineraries only)

✥ 2 nights' 4* B&B Hotel stay in Buenos Aires -

Argentina (selected itineraries only)

✥ 14-33 nights full board cruise

on Coral Princess

Date Nights Itinerary Route Interior Oceanview Balcony Mini Suite

14 Nov 20 1+18+2 A Andes, Peru & Chile £1799 £1899 £2099 £2199

14 Nov 20 1+33 A+B Andes & Cape Horn £1999 £2199 £2599 £3299

30 Nov 20 2+15 B* Classic Cape Horn & Total Eclipse £2199 £2399 £2699 £2899

1 Feb 21 2+14 B Classic Cape Horn £2099 £2299 £2799 £3099

1 Mar 21 2+14 B Classic Cape Horn £2189 £2319 £2819 £3099

1 Mar 21 2+31 B+C Cape Horn & Rio £3279 £3499 £3899 £4299

15 Mar 21 2+17 C Route to Rio & Beyond £1999 £1999 £2249 £2499

Itinerary A - Andes Peru & Chile: Los Angeles - Cabo

San Lucas (Mexico) - Puntarenas (Costa Rica) - Manta

(Ecuador) - Lima (From Callao Peru - overnight in port)

- Pisco (Peru) - La Serena (Coquimbo - Chile) - Santiago

(From San Antonio - Chile).

Itinerary B - Classic Cape Horn: Santiago (From San

Antonio - Chile) - Puerto Montt (Chile) - Amalia Glacier

(Chile) - Straits Of Magellan - Puta Arenas (Chile) -

Ushuaia (Argentina) - Beagle Channel - Drake Passage

(Cape Horn) - Port Stanley (Falkland Islands) - Puerto

Madryn (Argentina) - Montevideo (Uruguay) - Buenos

Aires (Argentina - overnight in port). (*This is a 15 night

voyage with an extra day at sea to view the total solar

eclipse on 14th December 2020).

Itinerary C - Route to Rio & Beyond: Buenos Aires

(Argentina)- Rio De Janeiro (Brazil- overnight in port) -

Salvador (Brazil) - Fortaleza (Brazil) - Saint Lucia - St Kitts

- Fort Lauderdale.

Our complete South American collection of itineraries

cover the whole of South America. Perhaps sail from Los

Angeles past the beach hotspots of central America onto

Ecuador and down the Pacific Coast in the shadow of the

mighty Andes past Peru to Chile. Follow in the footsteps

of the great explorers - Magellan, Darwin and Drake

through the three navigable passages at the tip of South

America to the Falkland Islands and Argentina. There is

even a cruise which includes the opportunity to view

the total solar eclipse on 14th December 2020 between

Puerto Madryn and Montevideo. Or travel the Route to

Rio and beyond from Argentina to the Caribbean and

Florida. You can even add two itineraries together for a

complete south American travel adventure. Plus, with

overnight ports of call in both Lima and Buenos Aires you

will have plenty of time to visit all these UNESCO world

heritage sites have to offer.

CAPE HORN - DRAKE PASSAGE.

The Drake Passage is the body of water between

the southern tip of South America at Cape Horn,

Chile and the South Shetland Islands of Antarctica.

The 500 mile wide passage between Cape Horn

and Livingston Island is the shortest crossing from

Antarctica to the rest of the world's land. It was

named after Sir Francis Drake when his ship, having

passed through the Strait of Magellan, was blown

far South in September 1578. Ships in the passage

are often good platforms for the sighting of whales,

dolphins and plentiful seabirds including giant

petrels, other petrels, albatrosses and penguins.

STRAITS OF MAGELLAN.

This is the Northernmost Route through the tip of

South America which takes you past Punta Arenas

in Chile and was explored by Ferdinand Magellan in

1520. Until 1914, when the Panama Canal opened,

this was the main route for ships sailing from the

Atlantic to the Pacific Ocean. It is 350 miles long and

just 1.2 miles wide at it narrowest point.

THE BEAGLE CHANNEL

- USHUAIA (TIERRA DEL

FUEGO) - ARGENTINA.

This 150-mile long channel takes you through

the Tierra del Fuego Archipelago of islands at the

southern tip of South America, past Ushuaia in

Argentina. The eastern end of the Channel forms

the border between Chile and Argentina whilst the

western end is entirely in Chile. It is only three miles

wide at its widest point and so can be quite tricky

for ships to negotiate. The Beagle Channel was

named after the British ship Beagle, in which Charles

Darwin explored the area (1833-34). Pay a visit to

Ushuaia the southernmost city in the world, where

dominating peaks loom on three sides.

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