PricesFrom: R 28,395.00
FlightsNo Flights Included
Valid From19th of February 2018 (Monday)
Valid To2nd of March 2018 (Friday)
Need Visa'sSouth Africa: NoBritish: NoEuropean Union: NoAmerican: No
About the HolidayBook by 17 November and Recieve Amazing value adds to your cruise experience!
South America has always held a special allure for explorers. Some came for gold, some for glory, and many more for adventure, but no one has ever truly succeeded in taming this vast and varied continent. On a Holland America Line South America cruise, you can experience these legendary lands in elegant comfort, aboard one of our premium mid-size ships. Whether it’s Machu Picchu or Rio de Janeiro, The Andes or Buenos Aires, an Amazon or Antarctica cruise that beckons, the South America vacation of your dreams awaits on a Holland America Line cruise.
Day 0: Departs Buenos Aires, Argentina
Day 1: Punta del Este, Uruguay
Day 2: AT SEA
Day 3: AT SEA
Day 4: Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
Day 5: Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
Day 6: Armacao dos Buzios, Brazil
Day 7: Abraao, Ilha Grande, Brazil
Day 8: Santos (Sao Paulo), Brazil
Day 9: Porto Belo, Brazil
Day 10: AT SEA
Day 11: Montevideo, Uruguay
Day 12: Buenos Aires, Argentina
Includes & Excludes
Includes#12 nights onboard MS Zaandam (selected cabin)
#All meals and entertainment onboard
#Port charges & taxes
#Explore 4 amenities if booked by 17 November 2017:
- Signature beverage package
- Dinner in the Pinnacle Grill
- Free/Reduced fares for 3rd & 4th persons sailing
- 50% Reduced deposits
Excludes#International flights and taxes
#Gratuities (payable upon embarkation)
#Shore excursions while in port
Buenos Aires is the capital and largest city of Argentina. It is located on the southern shore of the Rio de la Plata.
Argentina spans a massive 2,263 miles (3,650km) from north to south, giving the narrow country a huge variety of landscapes and attractions ranging from the desert cattle ranges of the Pampas in the north to the glaciers and penguin colonies of Tierra del Fuego in the south.
In between those extremes lies the sultry heart of Argentina, Buenos Aires. The birthplace of the tango, Buenos Aires is a fascinating city of history and culture and is overflowing with amazing restaurants, theatres, nightclubs and dance halls. Two hundred and thirty miles (400km) south of Buenos Aires lies Argentina's most popular beach resort, Mar del Plata, which attracts around three million local tourists every summer.
Many of Argentina's most popular attractions are not in the cities however, but spread across its verdant landscape. The famous Iguazú Falls, voted one of the natural wonders of the world in 2011, draw tourists from all over the globe, as do the excellent vineyards of the wine region in Mendoza, and the popular ski resorts Bariloche and Las Lenas
Argentina is a patchwork made up of colourful panoramas and even more colourful people. A hugely popular tourist destination in South America, a holiday in Argentina is an adventure likely never to be forgotten.