Viking Cruises launched 3 new Central & South American itineraries, including 22-day Cuba, Panama and the Pacific, 22-day Southern Atlantic Crossing and 18-day South America and Chilean Fjords.
The unveiling of the new cruises gives passengers the opportunity to explore a range of exciting hotspots in Central and South America.
Image: Port of Ushuaia, Argentina
The 22-day Cuba, Panama and the Pacific cruise from Miami to Los Angeles (vice versa) explores the colonial and natural beauty of Cuba and Central America. Passengers will experience Miami, Cienfuegos and Santiago de Cuba. After the wilderness of Costa Rica, a visit to indigenous tribe in Panama and Guatemala, the sailing wraps up with Cabo San Lucas and Los Angeles. The voyage departs November 22 and December 13, 2018, featuring 9 guided tours and visiting 7 countries. Prices start from US$9,500 per person in Veranda stateroom.
The 22-day Southern Atlantic Crossing from Barcelona to Buenos Aires (vice versa) visits the cities of Montevideo and Buenos Aires. After Rio de Janeiro and coastal Recife, passengers cross the Atlantic to the West African city of Dakar and Casablanca. Guests will also explore Granada's Andalusian charm and Barcelona's fabled architecture. The voyage departs November 13, 2019, and March 15, 2020, featuring 8 guided tours and covering 6 countries. Prices start from US$7,500 per person in Veranda stateroom.
The 18-day South America and the Chilean Fjords cruise from Buenos Aires to Valparaiso-Santiago (vice versa) visits Port Stanley, home to over 1 million penguins, before reaching the city at the “End of the World”, Ushuaia. Sailing through Strait of Magellan, as well as passing blue-tinted icebergs and rugged mountain peaks, passengers will also get a taste of Santiago. The voyages depart between December 2019-February 2020, and offer 8 guided tours in 4 countries. Prices start from US$9,600 per person in Veranda stateroom.