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GRAND ROUND SOUTH AMERICA & AMAZON DISCOVERY Fly, Cruise & Stay package includes:
- Return economy class airfare with a full service carrier from Adelaide or Perth to London#
- Transfer in London from Airport to Hotel
- 2 nights accommodation in a 4-star hotel in London including breakfast
- Ship Operated Transfer in London from Victoria Station to Tilbury Port
- 84 night Grand Round South America & Amazon Discovery Cruise onboard Magellan from London (Tilbury) return
-Delicious full board cuisine.
-Afternoon teas and late night snacks.
-Captain’s Cocktail Party (cruises of 6 nights or more).
-Self service tea & coffee (6am to 10pm).
-Big show entertainment, cabarets and classical interludes.
-Daytime activities and leisure facilities.
-Guest speaker and arts & crafts (on selected sailings).
-Porterage of luggage, port to cabin
- Ship Operated Transfer in London from Tilbury Port to Victoria Station
- Transfer in London from Victoria Station to London Airport#
- Airport taxes, Port charges and government fees
84 Night cruise departing roundtrip from Tilbury onboard Magellan.
Head south in search of South American adventures with this epic voyage on board Magellan. Take time to take in the wonder of cruising the mighty Amazon river before sailing to pulsating Rio, vibrant Buenos Aires and eclectic Montevideo. Discover the Tierra del Fuego, view Cape Horn and cruise the spectacular fjords and channels of Chile. There’s a chance to take an optional overland visit to Machu Picchu in Peru and the Ecuadorian capital of Quito in the Andes before transiting the Panama Canal to three Central America highlights and Mexico. The Bahamas, Bermuda and the Azores are all delightful steppingstones across the Atlantic.
Highlights of this cruise:
Rotterdam is divided north and south by the River Nieuwe Maas with the city centre located on the northern bank of the River. Built mostly behind dykes, large parts of Rotterdam are below sea level. There is a whole host of attractions - a city of modern architecture and delightful culture. Over the centuries, Rotterdam has grown from a fishing village into an international centre of trade. From Rotterdam choose to take an optional tour to Delft & The Hague or the UNESCO World Heritage site Kinderdijk.
Lisbon, Portugal’s capital city, is home to the magnificent Jeronimos Monastery, Belem Tower, 25th April Bridge and Monument of the Discoveries. Wander through the maze of narrow streets in the delightful Alfama district and ride one of the famous old trams.
Funchal, Madeira (Portugal)
Set in a magnificent natural amphitheatre overlooking a wide bay, Funchal is the delightful capital of the beautiful and dramatic island of Madeira. The harbour is right in the centre of town and as you approach the sight of whitewashed buildings with red tiled roofs tumbling down the verdant mountain is spectacular. A modern cable car soars above the bustling city to Monte, which is the start of Madeira’s famous wicker toboggan ride. Wicker baskets, embroidery and the famous Madeira wine are popular souvenirs from the striking island often described as the ‘floating garden of the Atlantic’.
Las Palmas, Gran Canaria (Spain)
With its sub-tropical climate, coastal valleys, beautiful sandy beaches and mountainous peaks, Gran Canaria is a firm favourite with visitors from all over Europe. Head to the historic centre of Vegueta, steeped in traditional architecture and historical buildings which have been standing for over 500 years.
Mindelo, São Vicente (Cape Verde)
Complete with cobblestone streets, candy-coloured colonial buildings and yachts bobbing in the peaceful harbour, Mindelo, which has long been the country's cultural centre, is Cape Verde's answer to the Riviera.
Santarém is located at the joining of the Tapajos and Amazon rivers. Formally a village of the indigenous Tapajos Indians, it was later colonised by the Portuguese and today is the second largest town in the state of Pará. Just outside the city, the turquoise waters of the Tapajos meet the ochre-coloured waters of the Amazon, which flow alongside each other without mixing. In this area are flooded forests, swamps and savannas.
Manaus, Amazonas (Brazil)
Founded by the Portuguese, Manaus became one of the world's wealthiest cities at the height of the rubber boom of the late 19th and early 20th centuries. Today its former glory lingers in some of the grand buildings dotted about the city, including the ornate Teatro Amazonas opera house. Nearby is the famed 'Wedding of the Waters', where the dark Rio Negro and light Rio Solimoes join to form the Amazon, at first flowing side-by-side without merging.
Salvador de Bahia (Brazil)
Salvador is on a peninsula which shields the large Baía de Todos os Santos – All Saints Bay – from the Atlantic Ocean. It is the largest city on the northeast coast of Brazil and is considered one of the birthplaces of Brazilian culture.
The city is divided by a 100 metre cliff that runs along the entire bay, Cidade Alta it up on the cliff and Cidade Baixa is down by the bay.
Brazil’s former capital, Salvador was founded in 1549 and was the hub of the slave trade. It is now known as Brazil’s centre of happiness, due to the party atmosphere, and where the largest carnival in the world is staged.
Rio de Janeiro (Brazil)
Rio de Janeiro is one of the most recognisable places on earth;. Nestled between ocean and lush tropical mountains, take the cable car up to Sugar Loaf Mountain for breath-taking views over the city including Copacabana beach. And, visit the world-famous Christ the Redeemer on the summit of the Corcovado.
Buenos Aires (Argentina)
In vibrant and cosmopolitan Buenos Aires enjoy the elegant architecture and beautiful parks that bristle with sub-tropical flora. Food lovers will love the traditional Argentinian steak restaurants and ice cream parlours which are abundant within the city.
Montevideo is home to nearly half of Uruguay’s population. This laid back, eclectic city has a rich cultural life with colonial style buildings and beach front rambla.
Port Stanley (Falkland Islands)
Stanley, formerly known as Port Stanley, is the capital of the Falkland Islands, and as you’d expect, is very British. The island's coasts are home to countless birds, penguins, seals and dolphins. The iconic Christ Church Cathedral with its whalebone arch, made from the jaws of two blue whales, is the southernmost Anglican cathedral in the world.
Punta Arenas (Chile)
An important trading port prior to the construction of the Panama Canal, Punta Arenas commands panoramic views over the Magellan Straits. At the foot of Patagonia, be sure to visit the statue of the Portuguese explorer, Ferdinand Magellan, in the main square, Plaza de Armas, before enjoying the South American classic a Chilean Pisco Sour in one of the many bars.
Alberto de Agostini National Park (Chile)
Discover the stunning beauty of Chile as you cruise along the coastline of the Alberto de Agostini National Park indented with fjords and through the remote fjord-like Patagonian Channels witnessing scenic grandeur rarely seen elsewhere.
Ushuaia claims the title of the world's southernmost town and captures the flavour of a 'frontier' outpost. It is Tierra del Fuego’s undisputed tourist hub with the chance to discover this island’s austere grandeur. Perhaps take the chair lift to view Martial Glacier, Ushuaia and the Beagle Channel.
Cape Horn (Chile)
This is your chance to view the famous Cape Horn from the comfort of the ship where the Atlantic Ocean meets the Pacific Ocean.
Cape Horn is located on Isla Hornos at the southern end of the Tierra del Fuego archipelago. It marks the north edge of the Drake Passage, the strait between South America and Antarctica.
Originally given the Dutch name Kaap Hoorn, it then became known in English as ‘Cape Horn’.
Sailing around the Horn is widely regarded as one of the major challenges in yachting and speed records for round-the-world sailing are recognised for following this route.
Puerto Montt (Chile)
Gateway to the fjords, Puerto Montt is set amid forested hills, fjords, lakes and snow-capped Andes peaks. It is also a stepping stone to the glorious Chilean Lake District. The Angelo market at the west end of Puerto Montt is a great place to pick up handcraft items, like traditional ponchos, and marvel at the fresh fish market.
Valparaíso for Santiago (Chile)
East of the port town of Valparaiso is Santiago, the heart of Chile and home to almost 40% of the population. Home to grand 18th and l9th century buildings, sleek skyscrapers and Spanish colonial cathedrals, it’s a perfect city to stroll around and absorb yourself in the Chilean culture with the majestic Andean Mountains as the scenic backdrop.
Explore the northern frontier city of Arica with its access to the National Lauca Park, home to the mighty 19,700ft volcanoes of Parinacota and Pomerape, and where you may see llama and alpaca. With its sunny year-round warm climate and good beaches, it offers a welcome break from the bustling cities of Chile.
Callao for Lima (Peru)
Callao is your gateway to the Peruvian capital of Lima. with the option of a tour to Cuzco and the lost Inca City of Machu Picchu. The world’s second driest capital after Cairo, Lima is a treasure-chest of Spanish colonial art and architecture contradicted by modern high-rise buildings. Search out its hidden past dating back to the Incan Empire and visit the Plaza de Armas lined with arcades of shops.
Founded by the conquistadors in 1537, historic Guayaquil is your gateway to the Ecuadorian capital of Quito hidden high up in the Andes. Definitely a contender for the most beautiful city in South America, Quito offers dramatic views of the snow-topped Antisana, Cotopaxi and Cayambe volcanoes.
Puerto Limón (Costa Rica)
The port city of Puerto Limon is the gateway to the adventurous attractions of Costa Rica which boasts one of the world’s greatest collections of biologically diverse habitats. More like a tropical Eden, this Central American nation serves up dramatic waterfalls, lush rainforest and a landscape scattered with volcanoes, along with an exotic plethora of wildlife.
This remote isle, the largest of the Bay Islands, sits 30 miles north of Honduras and is famed for its colourful history as a former pirate haunt. Today, tourists are the biggest visitors to Roatan, drawn by beautiful sand beaches and pristine coral reefs that make it a magnet for divers and snorkellers.
Belize City (Belize)
For such a small country, Belize punches above its weight when it comes to attractions and Belize City is the key jumping off point from which to explore. The Museum of Belize was Her Majesty’s Prison when the area was a British colony. St. John’s Cathedral, the oldest Anglican Cathedral in Central America is built solely with bricks which were once ship’s ballast, and the newest Belize landmark, the Belize Sign, is a perfect photo opportunity on the Seashore Promenade.
Cozumel for Chichen Itza (Mexico)
This island is a popular cruise stop and it’s easy to see why. Not only is Cozumel a good location from which to explore some of Mexico’s most notable Mayan treasures, it also boasts some of the region’s best snorkelling and diving among spectacular coral reefs. Shoppers can pick up bargains and Mexican handicrafts in the duty-free shops, while visitors wanting a more peaceful alternative can escape to the island’s quieter more natural side.
Ponta Delgada, Sao Miguel, Azores (Portugal)
Since 1546 Ponta Delgada has been capital of São Miguel, which is the largest of the nine islands in the Azores archipelago. In the last twenty-five years the cosmopolitan little town has seen rapid expansion bringing the archipelago its first university, shopping mall and dual carriageway. Yet, it still has a small town charm with squares paved with black and white tiles, beautiful churches, and public buildings with white-painted facades and dark volcanic stone trim. Volcanic activity has produced spectacular scenery on the islands and this extraordinary natural beauty is a highlight of optional excursions.
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