Grand Voyage Spotlight: Panama to Patagonia

While the northern hemisphere is beginning to feel the brunt of winter, 700 pampered guests will be basking in the warmth of South America as they circumnavigate the continent. More than simply taking in the sights, for 72 nights guests will taste the cuisine, dance to the music and encounter wildlife with more than 200 FREE Unlimited Shore Excursions.

Crossing the Panama Canal

As guests complete their roundtrip journey from Miami, they will transit the wondrous Panama Canal. Seven Seas Mariner® will be lifted up 85 feet by the lock system to the main elevation of the Panama Canal and down again.

Overnights in Capitals

Guests will enjoy overnight stays in Lima, Buenos Aires and Rio de Janeiro. The city of Lima is one of South America’s largest, and the extra time will be perfect for guests to explore it at their pace. Guests will enjoy two nights in Buenos Aires, which rivals Madrid and Paris in sophistication and culture. And with the height of carnival approaching, an evening in Rio de Janeiro will reveal how locals prepare for the most important event of the year in Brazil.

Experiencing Chilean Fjords & Tierra del Fuego

From the pinnacles of Chilean glaciers to the wilds of Tierra del Fuego, guests will experience Patagonia up close.

Exploring the Amazon

The lush forest that surrounds the tremendous Amazon is breathtaking. Guests will witness the cascading waterfalls and luxuriant green landscape of Parati and journey to the point where two rivers converge at the mouth of the Amazon in Manaus for a total of 8 nights.

Panama to Patagonia

The 72-night Panama to Patagonia grand voyage departs Miami on January 13, 2016. This voyage features additional six-star amenities, such as FREE Roundtrip First Class Air, FREE Door-to-Door Luggage Delivery, FREE Unlimited WiFi and much more.

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