22 NIGHT Transatlantic CRUISE
Mon Jan 27th 2025
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Rio De Janeiro/BRAZIL, Montevideo/URUGUAY , Buenos Aires/ARGENTINA (Overnight), Punta Del Este/URUGUAY , Walvis Bay/NAMIBIA (Overnight), Luderitz/NAMIBIA , Cape Town/S. AFRICA (Overnight)
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Itinerary

Day 1 : Rio De Janeiro/BRAZIL

-- - 5:00 PM

Undoubtedly the highlight of everyone's South American experience, glittering Rio is a city that enchants mind, body and soul. Radiant beaches, like Ipanema and Copacabana, stretch like bejeweled arcs around the city's perimeter. The monumental 120-foot statue of Christ the Redeemer towers over Rio atop Corcovado Mountain. Take a cable car up Sugarloaf Mountain for stunning panoramic views of the mountains, beaches and skyline. Visit world-renowned nightclubs where samba bands and disco dancers jump all night long.

Day 2 : At Sea

Day 3 : At Sea

Day 4 : Montevideo/URUGUAY

8:00 AM - 6:00 PM

This charming capital city, with its broad boulevards and beautiful parks, will entice you to explore the coastline. You'll also want to visit the Parque Batille y Ordonez, honoring the Father of Uruguay, and to see La Carreta-The Oxcart-a monument sculpted by Bellini.

Day 5 : Buenos Aires/ARGENTINA

7:00 AM - --

Latin America's most sophisticated city, dubbed the "Paris of South America," invites you to stroll along broad, tree-lined boulevards to the picturesque Plaza San Martin. Tour the dazzling Teatro Colon, one of the world's greatest opera houses, and the tomb of Evita Peron. Perhaps you would enjoy a dinner ashore, followed by a performance of the Tango or an optional excursion into the pampas to visit an estancia (ranch) with traditional gaucho hospitality.

Day 6 : Buenos Aires/ARGENTINA

-- - 6:00 PM

Latin America's most sophisticated city, dubbed the "Paris of South America," invites you to stroll along broad, tree-lined boulevards to the picturesque Plaza San Martin. Tour the dazzling Teatro Colon, one of the world's greatest opera houses, and the tomb of Evita Peron. Perhaps you would enjoy a dinner ashore, followed by a performance of the Tango or an optional excursion into the pampas to visit an estancia (ranch) with traditional gaucho hospitality.

Day 7 : Punta Del Este/URUGUAY

8:00 AM - 6:00 PM

Day 8 : At Sea

Day 9 : At Sea

Day 10 : At Sea

Day 11 : At Sea

Day 12 : At Sea

Day 13 : At Sea

Day 14 : At Sea

Day 15 : At Sea

Day 16 : At Sea

Day 17 : At Sea

Day 18 : Walvis Bay/NAMIBIA

7:00 AM - --

Walvis Bay is an outpost on the empty stretch of Southwest Africa they call the Skeleton Coast. It was named for the whales once hunted here. Behind the town is the Namib Desert with trackless dunes inhabited by hardy, exotic desert plants and, now and then, a hungry lion or a ghostly herd of elephants. There is only one road, and it leads to Windhoek, Namibia's capital.

Day 19 : Walvis Bay/NAMIBIA

-- - 5:00 PM

Walvis Bay is an outpost on the empty stretch of Southwest Africa they call the Skeleton Coast. It was named for the whales once hunted here. Behind the town is the Namib Desert with trackless dunes inhabited by hardy, exotic desert plants and, now and then, a hungry lion or a ghostly herd of elephants. There is only one road, and it leads to Windhoek, Namibia's capital.

Day 20 : Luderitz/NAMIBIA

9:00 AM - 7:00 PM

Day 21 : At Sea

Day 22 : Cape Town/S. AFRICA

8:00 AM - --

One of the world's most scenic harbors, the "Mother City" has welcomed sailors since Portuguese navigators first rounded the Cape of Good Hope in the 15th century. Take a cable car ride to the summit of massive, flat-topped Table Mountain, the city's dominating landmark, for a panoramic view of the Cape from 3,300 feet. At nearby Stellenbosch, the university town famous for its Cape Dutch architecture, sip crisp local vintages at one of the well-known wine estates.

Day 23 : Cape Town/S. AFRICA

-- - 6:00 PM

One of the world's most scenic harbors, the "Mother City" has welcomed sailors since Portuguese navigators first rounded the Cape of Good Hope in the 15th century. Take a cable car ride to the summit of massive, flat-topped Table Mountain, the city's dominating landmark, for a panoramic view of the Cape from 3,300 feet. At nearby Stellenbosch, the university town famous for its Cape Dutch architecture, sip crisp local vintages at one of the well-known wine estates.