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Costa Rica to Antarctica: Expedition to the End of the World - 2019

San José • Puntarenas • Quepos • Golfito • Isla de Coiba • Manta • Trujillo • Lima • Callao • Pisco • Arica • Coquimbo • La Serena • Valparaíso • Castro • Puerto Edén • Puerto Natales • Chilean Fjords • Cape Horn • Antarctica
  • DISCOVER THE BIODIVERSE BEHEMOTH OF MANUEL ANTONIO NATIONAL PARK
  • WANDER THE COLONIAL CENTER OF LIMA, A UNESCO WORLD HERITAGE SITE
  • EXPLORE THE SPRAWLING ADOBE CITY OF CHAN CHAN, A UNESCO WORLD HERITAGE SITE
  • THE MS ROALD AMUNDSEN - THE INDUSTRY'S FIRST HYBRID EXPEDITION SHIP
  • MAKE LANDFALL AT CAPE HORN, A TRUE TRAVEL MILESTONE (WEATHER PERMITTING)
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Get ready for a once-in-a-lifetime bucket-list adventure below the equator. We’ve combined Cruising Coastal South America: Costa Rica to Peru; Incan Adventure Cruise: Peru & the Chilean Coast; and Unspoiled Wonders: Patagonia, Chilean Fjords & Antarctica Cruise aboard a one-of-a-kind luxury vessel for a truly exceptional voyage. You’ll explore the cultural, historic, and natural gems of Costa Rica, Panama, Ecuador, Peru, and Chile, as well as accomplish several incredible travel milestones, before arriving at your final destination: Antarctica.

What’s more, you’ll discover each new destination aboard the brand new luxury ms Roald Amundsen, the first hybrid ship to sail on Antarctic waters. This state-of-the-art vessel is designed to bring you to the most spectacular destinations in a way that is not only beneficial to the environment, but also delivers luxury in an unimaginable way. Imagine relaxing in a hot tub on the top deck as you sail peacefully along Chile’s spectacular coast or Antarctica’s shimmering ice banks — the thrill of these remarkable vistas uninterrupted by the normal sounds of machinery. Come aboard a truly unique vessel for the ultimate Southern Hemisphere expedition cruise.

Itinerary at a Glance

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DAY 1:

Depart home for San José, Costa Rica

Welcome to one of the happiest countries on Earth! Enjoy a Welcome Briefing and Dinner at the hotel tonight.

Included Meals:

Dinner

DAY 2:

San José up close, handicrafts, and embarking the ms Roald Amundsen

We’ll make our way toward Puntarenas first thing this morning, first embarking on a panoramic tour of San José — Costa Rica’s airline hub and thus its most popular port of entry, often overlooked by travelers who simply beeline to the coast. But beneath this bustling capital city is a charming underbelly, full of diverse architecture, echoes of reggaeton and calypso everywhere you go, and a lively culinary scene.

After departing San José, we’ll stop to have lunch in Orotina before continuing on to port, where we’ll board the ms Roald Amundsen, a state-of-the-art vessel equipped with sustainable hybrid technology, and your new home away from home. Welcome aboard!

Included Meals:

Breakfast, Lunch, & Dinner

DAY 3:

Exploring Costa Rica’s biodiversity

Waking up in Quepos is sure to be a delight — this lush enclave on the Pacific is also the entryway to Manuel Antonio National Park, where we’ll spend the morning. Unforgettable Moment: While small in size, Manuel Antonio National Park is a behemoth when it comes to biodiversity. Home to more than 109 mammals and 184 bird species, the park’s white sand beaches, mangroves, lagoons, rainforests, hiking trails, and coral reefs are a microcosm of Costa Rica’s all-around natural magnificence. We'll take a guided tour of these natural wonders; adventurous travelers shouldn’t miss the park’s series of zip lines for a totally new perspective of the area!

Included Meals:

Breakfast, Lunch, & Dinner

DAY 4:

A botanical treasure trove, natural medicines, Golfito’s beaches

Step inside Casa Orquídeas, an exquisitely landscaped private tropical garden with hundreds of species of ornamental and edible plants. Unforgettable Moment: Owned and operated by an American couple, this veritable Eden features widespread orchids, bromelias, heliconias, cycads, ornamental palms, and flowering gingers, which we’ll see on a guided walk that includes touching, smelling, and even tasting. Cultural Discovery: During your tour, learn about natural medicinal plants and their uses, and sample some exotic fruits you’ve likely never even heard of during your tour.

Don’t forget to have your camera and even binoculars on-hand — the garden’s plants are magnets for an array of birds, butterflies, insects, and more. You never know what you might see here — including dolphins, sea turtles, rays, and occasionally whales during the scenic 20-minute boat ride to this botanical treasure trove.

Back in Golfito, hit the beach for some relaxing, surfing, or swimming, or explore more nature in nearby Piedras Blancas National Park, which offers walking tours through rainforests and the chance to view waterfalls, monkeys, bats, exotic birds, and even sloths!

Included Meals:

Breakfast, Lunch, & Dinner

DAY 5:

Exploring remote Isla de Coiba

Today we’ll tender to Panama’s Isla de Coiba, a stunning marine preserve and UNESCO World Heritage Site with quite the intriguing backstory. This biodiverse island was established as a penal colony in 1919, but in the early ’90s the brutal prison started the process of shuttering, relinquishing the island in 1991 to inaugurate what would become Coiba National Park. The last convict was released in 2005, and today the only real dangers are the caimans stalking the island and 33 species of sharks — including the majestic whale shark. Unforgettable Moment: Explore this remote tropical islet on your own today. Snorkel these waters renowned for stunning undersea biodiversity, enjoy the gorgeous white sand beaches, or discover the island by foot for some wildlife scoping of your own.

Included Meals:

Breakfast, Lunch, & Dinner

DAY 6:

Commemorating an equator-crossing on a day at sea

We’ll spend a day at sea as we sail toward Ecuador and cross the fabled equator. Unforgettable Moment: It’s not every day that you cross the equator by boat, so we’ll commemorate the occasion with a special onboard ceremony.

The ms Roald Amundsen is also a floating university, and in addition to the high-tech activity center and special equipment on board, ship staffers are handpicked experts in biology, history, photography, and geology, and will offer onboard lectures and activities pertinent to your ports of call and area wildlife.

Included Meals:

Breakfast, Lunch, & Dinner

DAY 7:

From hats to nuts in Manta and Montecristi

Today we make landfall in Manta, an affluent port town and Ecuador’s commercial fishing hub, announced in the form of a large tuna statue. We’ll learn about the area history and politics with a visit to the Eloy Alfaro Museum, named so after José Eloy Alfaro Delgado, a beloved two-time Ecuadorian president born in the town of Montecristi.

Unforgettable Moment / Cultural Discovery: Montecristi is a highlight for us today, as it’s the rightful birthplace of the Panama hat . . . in Ecuador. We’ll visit a local market where we’ll see how these traditional straw hats are hand-woven — taking several months to make the finest examples. A superfino Panama hat can, according to rumor, hold water — and when rolled for storage can pass through a wedding ring! We’ll also visit a factory where the tagua nut is fashioned into everything from jewelry to handicrafts. Spend an afternoon at leisure back in Manta.

Included Meals:

Breakfast, Lunch, & Dinner

DAY 8:

Relax, learn, and enjoy life on the ms Roald Amundsen

Continuing southward toward Peru, we’ll spend a day at sea, which offers more opportunities for onboard relaxation, learning, and enjoyment. Whatever your whim, you’ll find it aboard the ms Roald Amundsen, furnished with elegant lounges, cabins, and recreation and viewing areas. Your onboard team will offer scintillating lectures to contextualize your experiences in South America and deepen your knowledge of this fascinating continent.

You’ll also appreciate creative and delicious food in three onboard restaurants that blend Norwegian tradition with international gastronomy. Savor this experience on the ms Roald Amundsen, the world’s most advanced expedition ship!

Included Meals:

Breakfast, Lunch, & Dinner

DAY 9:

Visiting the largest adobe city in the Americas

The striking colonial city of Trujillo comes into focus today as we spend the morning touring it, beginning with Chan Chan, the pre-Columbian capital of the Chimor Kingdom. Unforgettable Moment: Located in the Moche Valley, this sprawling UNESCO World Heritage Site is comprised of nine “citadels,” or palaces, and is considered the largest adobe city in the Americas and the second largest in the world.

Afterwards, we’ll transfer back to Trujillo, enjoying views of its beaches and neighborhoods along the way. In Plaza de Armas, Trujillo’s historic city square, we’ll admire the colonial and religious architecture of buildings and even residences — large, colorful homes featuring exquisite wrought iron trellises and windows.

Included Meals:

Breakfast, Lunch, & Dinner

DAY 10:

Heading toward Lima with luxury to spare

As we continue our trek to Lima, take this time to relax aboard your state-of-the-art Hurtigruten vessel, built by Rolls-Royce and outfitted with luxurious amenities including a wellness center, sleek sun deck, hot tubs, and large outdoor infinity pool perfect for taking in some sun while simultaneously taking in the unforgettable South American views.

Included Meals:

Breakfast, Lunch, & Dinner

DAY 11:

Panoramic Lima and Peruvian cuisine

Today we’ll embark on a panoramic tour of Lima, checking out the city’s oceanfront and the Park of Love, where you can’t miss El Beso (The Kiss), a passionate statue that depicts sculptor Victor Delfín and his wife locked in a kiss. Unforgettable Moment: We’ll make our way to Lima’s historic center, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, and view the Plaza Mayor, site of the Archbishop’s Palace, Lima Cathedral, and Government Palace, where we’ll witness a changing of the guard ceremony.

Cultural Discovery: We’ll enjoy a typical Peruvian lunch, the main meal of the day here, which typically features Peruvian standards like ceviche, lomo saltado (stir-fried beef and potatoes), or arroz con pollo, a deceptively simple rice and chicken dish. For dessert, we’ll sample a regional specialty — lucuma ice cream. Often likened to sweet potato or butterscotch, the lucuma fruit is indigenous to Peru and used in a wide variety of desserts.

Included Meals:

Breakfast, Lunch, & Dinner

DAY 12:

Ballestas beauty before savoring pisco

This morning, we’ll transfer from Pisco to the seaside town of Paracas where we’ll board speedboats bound for the Ballestas Islands, a rugged salt desert and wildlife sanctuary home to diving Guanay cormorants, curious Humboldt penguins, languishing fur seals and sea lions, as well as the stunning rock formations that comprise this archipelago. Unforgettable Moment: Often dubbed the Galapagos in miniature, the Ballestas are known for an extensive bird population, including Peruvian pelicans and boobies, red-legged cormorants, Inca terns, and more. Dolphins are also frequent visitors, so be on the lookout!

Afterward, we’ll head to a local vineyard for a tour and tasting of pisco, beloved regional liquor and Peru’s national drink. Cultural Discovery: An indigenous word meaning “bird” — a nod to the longstanding wildlife in this region — pisco is a popular grape brandy and the star ingredient of the pisco sour, comprised of egg white, lime juice, simple syrup, and bitters. 

Included Meals:

Breakfast, Lunch, & Dinner

DAY 13:

Reap the spoils of your luxurious ship with a day at sea

We’ll spend a day at sea as we sail toward Arica. Take this time to relax aboard your state-of-the-art Hurtigruten vessel, built by Rolls-Royce and outfitted with luxurious amenities including a wellness center, sleek sundeck, hot tubs, and large outdoor infinity pool perfect for taking in some sun while simultaneously taking in the unforgettable South American views.

The ms Roald Amundsen is also a floating university, and in addition to the high-tech activity center and special equipment on board, ship staffers are handpicked experts in biology, history, photography, and geology, and will offer onboard lectures and activities pertinent to your South American ports of call and area wildlife.

Included Meals:

Breakfast, Lunch, & Dinner

DAY 14:

Trekking the Atacama coastline

We’ll wake up today in the northern Chilean town of Arica. Once devastated by an 1868 earthquake that triggered a subsequent tsunami, Arica today is a haven for surf lovers and home of the Arica Cathedral, designed by Gustave Eiffel (of Eiffel Tower fame).

From Arica, we’ll take a meandering drive toward the coastal resort towns of El Laucho and La Lisera, disembarking to enjoy the panoramic views found at El Morro de Arica, once a strategic location for the Chilean military during the War of the Pacific (1879-1883). Unforgettable Moment: Then we’ll walk south along the coastal road to Corazones/Anzata. While most of the walk takes place on coastal paths and sandy hills, we’ll also pass through caves and caverns, eventually arriving at Puntilla, where we’ll watch for sea lions and birds before beginning the trek back.

Cultural Discovery: After our walk, we’ll visit a local handicrafts market, where you can purchase everything from ceramics to instruments. Enjoy an afternoon at leisure back in Arica.

Included Meals:

Breakfast, Lunch, & Dinner

DAYS 15-16:

Sailing south along the Chilean coastline

The spectacular Chilean coastline is on full view as we sail southward toward Coquimbo, providing more opportunities for onboard relaxation, learning, and enjoyment. Whatever your whim, you’ll find it aboard the ms Roald Amundsen, furnished with elegant lounges, cabins, and recreation and viewing areas. Your onboard team will offer scintillating lectures to contextualize your experiences in South America and deepen your knowledge of this fascinating continent.

You’ll also appreciate creative and delicious food in three onboard restaurants that blend Norwegian tradition with international gastronomy. Savor this experience on the ms Roald Amundsen, the world’s most advanced expedition ship!

Included Meals:

2 Breakfasts, 2 Lunches, 2 Dinners

DAY 17:

Coquimbo’s beaches, archaeological wonders, shopping La Recova

Awakening in the resort town of Coquimbo, we’ll head out on a morning drive to La Herradura, a popular beach destination situated on scenic Guayacán Bay, where we’ll stop to take photographs. Lore has it that famed English sailor Sir Frances Drake was the first European to find the area — dropping his jewels and treasures along the coastline here, too. Passing through the fishing town of Peñuelas, we’ll next venture toward Chile’s second-oldest city, La Serena. Here, we’ll visit the town’s Archaeological Museum filled with artifacts from the Diaguita and Molle cultures, as well as an original moai statue hailing from Easter Island.

Cultural Discovery: Shop the renowned La Recova market. Featuring more than 100 stalls of handicrafts including goods made from lapis lazuli and combarbalita, pottery, and Andean wool clothing and crafts, the market also hosts local food and fish vendors.

Enjoy the fantastic landscapes along the Pan-American Highway as we return to Coquimbo. Then, savor an afternoon at leisure in this lively city, perhaps spending a few hours at the beach or setting off on your own explorations.

Included Meals:

Breakfast, Lunch, & Dinner

DAY 18:

Discovering the “crazy port” of Valparaíso

In an ode to his one-time home, the famed Chilean poet Pablo Neruda called Valparaíso a “crazy port,” writing: “What a head of disheveled hills, that you never finish combing.” We’ll see what he means today as we set off on a panoramic tour of UNESCO-designated Valparaíso. Cultural Discovery: Later, see how the locals travel — and take in sweeping views of the city — on a funicular ride.

Included Meals:

Breakfast, Lunch, & Dinner

DAYS 19-20:

Leisure time aboard your luxury ship

Two peaceful days at sea provide you with plenty of opportunities for onboard relaxation, learning, and enjoyment. Whatever your whim, you’ll find it aboard the ms Roald Amundsen, furnished with elegant lounges, comfortable cabins, and viewing areas. Your onboard Expedition Team will offer scintillating lectures to contextualize your experiences in South America and deepen your knowledge of this fascinating region. The team members are experienced, modern-day explorers, each with their own relevant area of expertise. They entertain and inform you by sharing their deep knowledge and interesting stories, and welcome you to participate in talks and workshops. You’ll also find an onboard Expedition Photographer who can show you the basics of expedition photography.

Foodies can appreciate the creative and delicious food served in three onboard restaurants that merge Norwegian tradition with international gastronomy. Savor this experience on the ms Roald Amundsen, the world’s most advanced expedition ship!

Included Meals:

2 Breakfasts, 2 Lunches, 2 Dinners

DAY 21:

Highlights of Castro and the church of Iglesia de San Francisco

Located on Isla Grande de Chiloé, the city of Castro is set among windswept hills and green vegetation. This small but energetic metropolis is known for its colorful palafitos, wooden houses mounted on stilts perched along the water's edge. We’ll have some time to go ashore and enjoy the city’s local character, mixed with a dash of modern development. Your Adventure Leader will take you into town and point you towards such highlights as the Iglesia de San Francisco. Named a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 2000, the church is a visual delight. We’ll take time to admire the juxtaposition of its cheerful yellow and lavender-trimmed exterior to its stunning varnished-wood interior, illuminated by rows of stained-glass windows. Other sites include Plazuela del Tren, a small plaza right by the waterfront with an odd collection of old trains; the ornate tombs of the Cementerio Parroquial; and the bustling Feria Campesina Yumbel marketplace. Shoppers can head to the Artesanal Lillo to peruse hand-knit woolen goods and other handicrafts; foodies can wander along the cafés of Calle Blanco and sample the area’s renowned meat, potato, and seafood stew known as curanto; nature lovers will find wide beaches and rugged coastline filled with dozens of seabird species, penguins, and sea lions in Chiloé National Park just outside the city.

Included Meals:

Breakfast, Lunch, & Dinner

DAY 22:

Leisure time at sea

Our expedition continues as our ship heads south through the fabled waters of Patagonia toward one of the world’s most undisturbed and beautiful places: the southern province of Ultima Esperanza (Last Hope). As we sail through these iconic Andean seascapes, you’ll have plenty of time to admire the magnificent natural expanse from the comfort of the ship’s top deck.

Included Meals:

Breakfast, Lunch, & Dinner

DAY 23:

Experience local culture in Puerto Edén

After an unforgettable cruise through the Patagonian waters, we arrive in the enchanting village of Puerto Edén. A tiny settlement in Bernardo O’Higgins National Park situated at the end of a deep fjord, this treasured port is often passed over by larger ships. Of Puerto Edén’s already small population of 176, 15 are the remaining members of the Kawéskar people. There are no roads here, only wooden walkways, and electricity is only available for a few hours each day. As such, Puerto Edén is a fantastic place to experience the traditional indigenous culture of the Patagonian tribes. The villagers make their living selling fish, mussels, and shellfish, which are taken weekly to markets by boat, or by selling traditional Kawéskar crafts such as wicker baskets and boats made from sea lion skins and tree bark.

Enjoy some time exploring on your own this afternoon. Consider joining your Expedition Team for a hike around the area; keep your eyes peeled for Magellan hummingbirds as you explore!

Included Meals:

Breakfast, Lunch, & Dinner

DAY 24:

Walk through colorful Puerto Natales

Today finds us in Puerto Natales, a colorful fishing port known as the gateway to world-renowned Torres del Paine National Park. One of the most awe-inspiring nature sanctuaries in the world, its main feature is the "towers" themselves, three impressive rock formations called "Torres del Paine” (Towers of Paine) that soar thousands of feet above the ground. We’ll embark on a walking tour of downtown Puerto Natales upon arrival; the rest of the day is at leisure.

Included Meals:

Breakfast, Lunch, & Dinner

DAY 25:

Explore the natural wonders of Torres del Paine on your own

Enjoy a day at leisure to explore on your own. Nature lovers can speak to their Adventure Leader about embarking on a hike through the incredible surroundings of Torres del Paine National Park. You’ll find a stunning variety of landscapes to explore here, from the vast emerald forests and azure lakes to rugged mountain terrains and one massive, radiant glacier. The diversity of environments here has allowed a wide variety of a fauna and flora to flourish, making this an incredible area for hiking. Keep your eyes peeled for llamas, pumas, and chilla foxes, as well as more than 100 species of birds such as the Andean condor and black-chested buzzard eagle.

Included Meals:

Breakfast, Lunch, & Dinner

DAY 26:

Cruising the Chilean Fjords

We awake to the scenic splendor of the Chilean fjords this morning, a magnificent labyrinth of waterways that slices through the southern reaches of South America, connecting the Pacific and Atlantic oceans. Spend some time on deck today: In addition to vistas of soaring mountains and beautiful forests, you'll have the opportunity to spot dolphins, whales, seals, and a variety of other wildlife.

Included Meals:

Breakfast, Lunch, & Dinner

DAY 27:

Scenic splendor as we sail the Beagle Channel to the “end of the world”

We sail through the Beagle Channel this morning, a waterway named after the ship that carried Charles Darwin on his voyage of discovery. We continue into open waters and, if conditions allow, make landfall on Cape Horn — the southernmost tip of South America. The southernmost point of the six major continents, this region holds great historical significance due to its location. If we are able to anchor off Cape Horn, we’ll go ashore and explore this isolated yet romantic piece of land known as “the end of the world.” It is truly a travel milestone to make landfall here.

Included Meals:

Breakfast, Lunch, & Dinner

DAY 28:

Soak in the scenery with a day at sea

Today we continue through the Drake Passage, connecting the southern Atlantic and Pacific oceans, on our way to Antarctica. This sea passage was notorious among the early polar explorers and is a unique voyage that few have the chance to experience. Here the warm water from the north meets the cold, less salty water from the south. This makes the ocean particularly rich in nutrients and forms the foundational basis of the unique marine life found here.

Included Meals:

Breakfast, Lunch, & Dinner

DAY 29:

Step foot on the last great wilderness on Earth: Antarctica

The last great wilderness left on Earth with no permanent human inhabitants, this continent is dedicated to scientific research and peaceful cooperation. Simple words cannot convey the feeling of being here, with its crisp air, towering icebergs, and endless white mountain ranges. Unforgettable Moment: We'll spend four incredible days cruising channels and passageways surrounded by the Antarctic Peninsula's rugged, glacier-covered islands and craggy land masses.

Legendary travelers were drawn here in spite of the stark and inhospitable surroundings. Roald Amundsen and Robert Scott famously raced to the South Pole in 1911 (Amundsen’s expedition beat Scott’s by 33 days). Perhaps the most famous explorer is Ernest Shackleton, leader of a crew that set off to cross the White Continent in 1914. Shackleton’s ship, the aptly named Endurance, was crushed in the ice. Miraculously, the great explorer was able to deliver his entire crew back to safety and civilization (albeit a year and a half later). Needless to say, to step foot on mainland Antarctica is a true once-in-a-lifetime travel experience.

We’ll marvel at our striking surroundings — vast tundra and jagged icebergs mirrored in frigid seas — as we cruise through a part of the world so remote and extreme that it has no permanent human residents. Antarctica is, however, home to millions of penguins, as well as an astonishing array of seals, birds, and other unique species, so be sure to keep your cameras at the ready! As we cruise, we'll enjoy a rewarding balance of onboard lectures that enlighten the mind and onshore excursions that thrill and invigorate.

Included Meals:

Breakfast, Lunch, & Dinner

DAYS 30-32:

Spend the next three days discovering Antarctica’s inimitable beauty

The next few days are spent taking in Antarctica’s white-blue icebergs, towering walls of ice, snowy mountain ranges, and amazing land and sea life. We’re always sure to keep our cameras at the ready as our highly maneuverable small ship wends its way among islands, bays, and channels. This is a stark landscape of heady breathtaking terrain and a travel experience unlike any other.

Ice, wind, and weather dictate life in Antarctica, just as they dictate our route and our landings. As such, we determine our landings as our adventure progresses. Unforgettable Moment: Where conditions allow, we go ashore on naturalist-led expeditions by versatile landing crafts to explore such sites as Cuverville Island, Half Moon Island, Neko Harbor, and Deception Island to better experience the wildlife and otherworldly landscapes found here. One thing is certain — no matter which of these magnificent spots we explore, your team of onboard naturalists will help you view the nature and beauty of Antarctica as never before. With an open mind and spirit of adventure, you will enjoy the most rewarding of journeys.

Included Meals:

3 Breakfasts, 3 Lunches, 3 Dinners

DAYS 33-34:

Cruising the Drake Passage

Our final days at sea are spent cruising through the Drake Passage back to Punta Arenas. In addition to wrapping up our onboard lecture series, we'll share our favorite experiences in Chile and Antarctica. Be sure to spend some time on deck watching for wildlife.

Included Meals:

2 Breakfasts, 2 Lunches, 2 Dinners

DAY 35:

A flight to Santiago de Chile, then a flight home

After a final breakfast on board, we’ll disembark in Punta Arenas and head to the airport for a transfer flight to Santiago de Chile.

Included Meals:

Breakfast

Important Notice: The above day-by-day itineraries are preliminary and therefore subject to change. If changes occur while on tour, you will be notified by your Vantage Adventure Leader or regional expert.

Please Note: The hotels listed are preliminary and subject to change. Although we contract our hotels a year in advance, unforeseen situations do occasionally occur. Should it be necessary to change a hotel, one of equal quality and value will be substituted. You will receive verified hotel information with your final itinerary. Hotel ratings are based on the hotel and a leading travel industry authority on hotels throughout the world.

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