2022 Peru & Chile Voyage | Azamara®
UNPARALLELED ITINERARIES. IMMERSIVE CULTURES. AUTHENTIC SERVICE.
The initial layers of a city, including its people, buildings, and shops – can be seen by anyone, with each person having a similar view. Inspiration is found when one goes deeper – beyond the surface of a city. Explore the world within the world, while discovering more about yourself. With overnight stays and docking at smaller, less-traveled ports, Azamara® invites you to step ashore as an insider and Explore Further.
Folk Dance, Chile
Basilica in Lima
10-Night Peru & Chile Voyage 2022
Departing: January 23, 2022
Peru to Chile
Voyages from C$3,059 per person*
With over five centuries of history, Lima or the “City of Kings,” is a UNESCO World Heritage Site worth exploring. Begin your journey here with an overnight stay, so you’ll have plenty of time to experience everything Lima has to offer, from Museo Larco to the extravagant display at El Circuito Mágico del Agua. While you’re here, sample the city’s culinary delights—after all, Lima is known as the gastronomic capital of South America.
In the quaint colonial town of Pisco, spend the day by the coastline birding and trying to spot the port’s resident marine life or venture to the Museo Arqueologico Paracas to browse a rich collection of Inca and pre-Inca artifacts.
Next, it’s a day of relaxation and pampering at sea before arriving in Arica, Chile for some beach bumming along the port’s 20 km of beaches and exploring in the colorful heart of the city, the Plaza Colón. With a late night stay, there’s plenty of time to browse the market stalls, grab a bite and enjoy the lively music. Then it’s on to the stunning beach resort town of Iquique.
After a day at sea, you will visit the historic port city of Valparaíso before moving on to the seaside city of Coquimbo and nearby La Serena. Arrive in your final destination, Chile’s capital city of Santiago. A city bursting at the seams with fascinating history and cultural life, spend a little time discovering the region’s famed wine, neoclassical architecture, and sandy beaches before saying adios to this grand adventure.
*with port fees and taxes of C$408 per person additional dependent on sail date. Cruise fare relevant for above date, double occupancy in a Club Interior, and subject to change and availability at time of booking. See also terms & conditions.
|Day||Port||Sample Activities Available|
|1 – 2||Lima, Peru||Embarkation|
|3||Pisco, Peru||Pisco is a quaint fishing town with abundant marine life|
|4||At Sea||Enjoy the amenities of Azamara Quest|
|5||Arica, Chili||Take in breathtaking views from the summit of Morro de Arica,|
|Experience the Land of Poets with a Chilean cruise to Iquique.|
|7||At Sea||Enjoy the amenities of Azamara Quest|
La Serena (Coquimbo), Chile
|On the edge of two distinct and diverse worlds, the seaside city of Coquimbo and nearby La Serena|
|Valparaiso offers a vibrant artistic culture in a laid-back environment.|
|10-11||Santiago (San Antonio), Chile||Bustling, creative, and vibrant, San Antonio is home to superb wine, beautiful beaches, and an intriguing creative history|
Itinerary subject to change.
What’s Great About an Azamara Land Program:
- Average group size of 12 to 24 guests.
- 4 to 5 star accommodations: castles, hotels, glamping, & more
- Custom-designed itineraries
- Local independent travel experts
- First-class Tour Directors & Guides
Pre- & Post Land Programs; More Available, Please Inquire
|Program||Nights||Pricing from Per Person*||Summary|
|Stay Local In Lima (Pre)||4||C$1,994||Located on the west coast of Peru, facing the turquoise blue waters of the Pacific Ocean, the port city of Callao is your gateway to the capital city of Lima where you’ll enjoy a cultural and culinary exploration of this beautiful city.|
|Machu Picchu, Cusco & Hiram Bingham and Train (Post)||6||C$10,373||Discover the lost city of the Incas, a mystery to the outside world until it was revealed in 1911 by American explorer, Hiram Bingham.|
* Please inquire for more information.
OFFER ID: AZAPERU