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Grand Circle South America Voyage

Ship: Marco Polo • Departs: Bristol Avonmouth • Sail Date: Sunday 6th Jan 2019 • Duration: 70 nights
Cruise Code: P904

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Twin Inner from: £5984pp*

Twin Ocean View from: £6649pp*

An epic voyage of discovery

Head south in search of South American adventures with this epic voyage to pulsating Rio, vibrant Buenos Aires and eclectic Montevideo before visiting the remote Falkland Islands. Discover Tierra del Fuego, view Cape Horn and cruise the spectacular fjords and channels of Chile. There’s a chance to visit Machu Picchu in Peru and Quito in the Andes before transiting the Panama Canal to Colombia and the West Indies. Gran Canaria, Madeira and the Cape Verde Islands are all delightful stepping stones across the Atlantic.

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Cruise Highlights

  • An overnight stay in Rio de Janeiro offers the opportunity to experience the colour and rhythm of a samba show and ride the Sugarloaf Mountain cable car, as James Bond did in the film Moonraker.
  • During your overnight stop in Buenos Aires, walk in the footsteps of Eva Peron to discover the main sights of this elegant city, full of culture and history, and Peronist connections.
  • Enjoy an overnight stop in Montevideo a peaceful stop after the bright lights and noise of Buenos Aires, taking in the laid back, eclectic city with its colonial buildings and beach front rambla. 
  • Visit two of the Falkland Islands including the capital, Port Stanley to see the museum where the islands life, community spirit and 1982 conflict are chronicled. And Carcass Island to get in touch with nature as you view the island’s native wildlife.
  • Cruise the Straits of Magellan, the safest route between the Atlantic and Pacific oceans before the opening of the Panama Canal.
  • Discover the ‘tip of the world’ at Ushuaia in Patagonia's Tierra del Fuego. Take the chairlift to view the Martial Glacier and a panorama of the Beagle Channel.
  • Cruise through the narrows, channels and fjords of Chile witnessing unparalleled scenic splendour.
  • In Ecuador, explore historic Guayaquil with its old colonial district and from Manta, visit nearby Montecristi and buy an original Panama Hat. 
  • Transit the almost 50 mile long Panama Canal through three sets of locks and Gatun Lake.
  • Mayreau is possibly the nearest you will get to paradise. Enjoy a barbeque on the smallest of all the Grenadine islands.

Highlights may be subject to pre-registering specific shore excursions and are subject to operation and weather conditions.

* Prices shown are per person based on two adults sharing a twin cabin and include all cruise offer discounts and savings.

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