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Norwegian Cruise Line Norwegian Star
Montevideo Independence Square
Shoreline of Falkland Islands
Lighthouse on Cape Horn Island
Patagonia Sea Lion
Ushuaia harbor port
Chilean Fjords near Puerto Chacabuco
Cruise around South America’s southernmost tip from Buenos Aires to Santiago on Norwegian Cruise Line’s Norwegian Star. Fly in to the Argentinian capital and tour the city before boarding our luxurious cruise ship. Cruise south to Cape Horn, passing through the scenic Strait of Magellan before traveling northbound along the Chilean coastline. This 14-night cruise includes eight ports of call in Uruguay, Argentina, the Falkland Islands, and Chile. Take your pick from cozy Balcony, Oceanview, or Inside staterooms. All meals aboard ship are included!
January 30 – February 16, 2020 | Offer good through October 27, 2019
Starting at: $6199 $5999 per person (including all airfare)
Our wonderful cruise vacation begins with an overnight flight to Buenos Aires, Argentina.
This morning we arrive in Buenos Aires, Argentina. A local guide joins us for a tour of this remarkable city. We have the afternoon at our leisure to explore the city before checking-in to our hotel. Join your Tour Director for a Holiday Vacations Welcome Dinner. D
Enjoy a leisurely morning in Buenos Aires. Later this afternoon we board the Norwegian Star for our 14-night South American cruise. All meals are included aboard the ship. D
This morning our ship docks in Montevideo, Uruguay’s capital city. The day is free to explore the charming streets and colonial architecture of Old Town. Optional shore excursions include visiting Independence Square to see Salvo Palace, the Solis Theatre, and Rodo Park. B,L,D
The day is free to enjoy the amenities aboard our ship. Relax and enjoy Freestyle Cruising, fine dining and entertainment. B,L,D
The Puerto Madryn area of Argentina was founded by the Welsh in the late 19th century. The area is known for its unique animal species, see an astonishing display of wildlife including sea lions and penguins. B,L,D
We spend the day aboard our ship as we travel southeast to the Falkland Islands. Revel in the benefits of Freestyle Cruising and enjoy the ship’s amenities. B,L,D
Today we visit Stanley, the capital of the Falkland Islands and the smallest, most remote capital city in the world. The British-controlled Falkland Islands are well known for their many varieties of wildlife including Rockhopper and Gentoo Penguins and shore birds. B,L,D
Cape Horn is known to many as the southernmost point of South America and for the chain of islands known as Tierra del Fuego. Ferdinand Magellan first passed through this area in 1520 and named the islands after the many fires of the Amerindians, which were visible from the sea. Today, its lighthouse is still known as one of the iconic landmarks for sailors. Lush terrain and penguin habitat offer us a wonderful glimpse into this tropical oasis at the edge of the world. B,L,D
Located on the southern coast of the Tierra del Fuego is the Argentinian city of Ushuaia. The city is surrounded by glorious mountains and overlooks the Beagle Channel. Shore excursion options include Tierra del Fuego National Park, home to some of the most spectacular wildlife in the world. Later we cruise the Beagle Channel past immense glaciers and interesting marine wildlife. B,L,D
Before the opening of the Panama Canal, ships making the trek around Cape Horn passed through Punta Arenas, situated on the northern bank of the Strait of Magellan. The city has rich maritime and sheep ranching history. B,L,D
Today we pass through the Strait of Magellan, named after Ferdinand Magellan, the first European to explore the strait. This waterway was the gateway between the Pacific and Atlantic oceans before the Panama Canal. B,L,D
Our cruise continues as we explore the breathtaking Chilean fjordlands and the Patagonic Channel. Waterfalls tumble over steep canyon walls and snow-capped Andean peaks surround us. Hundreds of species of birds, including the near-threatened giant condor, play and feed here. B,L,D
Today our ship passes through the deep, carved fjords of the Chilean archipelago to Puerto Chacabuco. The snow-capped Andes Mountains give way to the glistening glaciers on display. An amazing array of marine wildlife and birds also surrounds us. B,L,D
Puerto Montt is located in Chile’s spectacular Lake District and is a supply center for outlying fishing communities. This is one of the best places to purchase sweaters, baskets, and other handicrafts. B,L,D
Our ship continues its trek north up the coast of Chile. Join your Tour Director for a Farewell Dinner aboard the ship. B,L,D
Early this morning, we arrive in Puerto Central San Antonio. We travel to Chile’s capital city, Santiago, for our flight home. B
We return home with wonderful memories of our vacation.
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