Explore Latin America with the Chilean Fjords in immersive 79-night sailing with Fred. Olsen Cruise Lines

Travellers looking to immerse themselves in a culture-rich and vibrant voyage can join Fred. Olsen Cruise Lines’ new ship Bolette for a 79-night sailing to Latin America with the Chilean Fjords in January 2022 – with up to £400 per person to spend on board.

Among the highlights will be days ashore in Argentina, Uruguay, Chile and Brazil, including overnight stays in Rio de Janeiro and Buenos Aires. Guests can also experience life beyond the typical tourist attractions, with tours to an Argentinian cattle ranch, a Chilean vineyard and a rare call into Robinson Crusoe Island.

Details of this exceptional voyage are as follows:

Bolette’s 79-night T2201 ‘Latin America with the Chilean Fjords’ cruise, departing from Southampton on 4th January 2022. Prices start from £8,299 per person, with up to £400 per person to spend on board.

Ports of call: Southampton, UK – Lisbon, Portugal – Funchal, Madeira – Santa Cruz de Tenerife, Tenerife – Mindelo, Cape Verde – Salvador, Brazil – Rio de Janeiro, Brazil (overnight stay) – Ilhabela, Brazil – Montevideo, Uruguay – Buenos Aires, Argentina (overnight stay) – Puerto Madryn, Argentina – Ushuaia, Argentina – Cruising by Cape Horn, Chile – Punta Arenas, Chile – Cruising Chilean Fjords, South America – Puerto Chacabuco, Chile – Robinson Crusoe Island, Chile – Valparaiso, Chile – Arica, Chile – Paracas, Peru – Callao, Peru (overnight stay) – Panama Canal Transit, Central America – Puerto Limon, Costa Rica – Cartagena de Indias, Colombia – Belize City, Belize – Costa Maya, Mexico – Cozumel, Mexico – Nassau, Bahamas – King’s Wharf, Bermuda – Ponta Delgada, Portugal – La Coruña, Spain – Southampton, UK

For more details: Visit T2201 ‘Latin America with the Chilean Fjords’ 

For further information on Fred. Olsen Cruise Lines, visit www.fredolsencruises.com or contact your local travel agent.

SOURCE: Fred. Olsen Cruises Lines

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