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    A Day At The Beach With Royalty

    Stanley, Islas Malvinas

    Duración 7 hs.

    Travel by 4x4 to a remote beachside nature preserve to observe and walk among a colony of King penguins, Gentoo penguins and Magellanic penguins. After departing from the pier, you will settle in for a scenic two and one-half hour's drive north to Johnson's Harbour and then on to Volunteer Point via a 4x4 vehicle. Along the way, you may spot remnants of the 1982 Falklands War, the result of the Argentine invasion of the British-owned islands. Still, it is the natural beauty and abundant wildlife of this rugged landscape that are most impressive. Birds in particular are the attraction at Volunteer Point, a nature preserve that supports the largest concentration of King penguins in the islands. Volunteer Point is also home to a multitude of Gentoo penguins, Magellanic penguins and dozens of other avian species. As you walk along the beach, you will observe these birds interacting in their native habitat. At up to three feet tall, king penguins look regal even waddling about. Their size and bright orange coloring on their heads and beaks make them easy to distinguish from the other penguins. Gentoo penguins are smaller and sport white feather caps, while Magellanic penguins feature two distinct black stripes across their chests and often bray like donkeys. You may also see ruddy-headed geese, black-throated finches and peregrine falcons, which can reach speeds of up to 200 miles per mile. Before rejoining your vehicle and traveling back to Stanley, you will be provided a boxed lunch.

    Need to Know:

    Note: This tour includes approximately 2 hours of moderate to strenuous walking over uneven, natural and sandy surfaces. Travel in the 4x4 vehicle is mainly off-road over rough tracks and the ride can be bumpy. The tour is not available to wheelchair guests, those with mobility concerns, pregnant women, or those who suffer with back, neck or hip problems. Warm layered clothing; cap; sunglasses; and flat, sturdy walking shoes with a closed-toe are recommended. The tour is operated by a driver/guide. Prevailing road conditions may impact the tour’s operation.
    • Adultos desde: $399.00 USD
    • Niños desde: $399.00 USD
    DURACIÓN 7 horas
    ACTIVIDAD 3
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    Seal Bay Penguins

    Stanley, Islas Malvinas

    Duración 7 hs.

    Drive off road in a 4x4 vehicle to several colonies of penguins, where you will have time to photograph them and observe their fascinating behavior. After departing from the pier, you will set off on an exhilarating ride in a 4x4 vehicle, the last 12 miles or so off road. Upon arriving at Port Louis Farm, a member of the family that owns the property will accompany your small group to Seal Bay.


    Your first stop will be at a colony of Rockhopper penguins. These birds are easy to identify by their spiky yellow and black head feathers. Unlike most penguins that waddle, Rockhoppers bound along the rocky shoreline. They are among the world's smallest penguins and amusing to watch in their natural habitat.


    Continuing on, you will drive through the shallow waters of Swan Pond, where lunch will be set up on the beach. While dining, you can expect to see all sorts of indigenous birds such as oyster catchers, grebes and kelp geese.


    You might also see sea lions and a variety of penguins, including Magellanic penguins. They are named for Portuguese explorer Ferdinand Magellan because the birds were spotted on his attempt to circumnavigate the world in 1520.


    You will also pause for photos at a nearby colony of Gentoo penguins. These charismatic birds have red-orange beaks and peach-colored feet, so they clearly stand out against the coastal rocks. Being streamlined with strong flippers, Gentoos are the world's fastest diving birds.


    Need to Know:

    Note: This tour involves 4x4 off-road driving, we therefore do not recommend this tour for anyone with mobility/back/neck problems or pregnant ladies. Due to the changeable weather in the Falklands guests are advised to wear warm layers and bring a wind proof jacket. Guests are also advised to wear suitable footwear for uneven grassy terrain. The route may vary depending on the track conditions and timings on the day. Box lunch included (sandwich, fruit, candy, homemade soup, beverage).
    • Adultos desde: $449.00 USD
    • Niños desde: $399.00 USD
    DURACIÓN 7 horas
    ACTIVIDAD 3
    • Comida
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    Go Local - Explore Montevideo Like a Local

    Montevideo, Uruguay

    Duración 4 hs.

    Experience Uruguay's energetic capital like a local by browsing two popular markets and relaxing along La Rambla, the popular promenade that runs along the coast. Near the pier, you will find the Montevideo Agricultural Market, a National Heritage site affectionately known as MAM. The locals mostly come for the extraordinary fruits and vegetables, and many of the vendors will offer samples that will be indicative of Montevideo's cuisine. You can also expect to be offered samples at the Ferrando Market, a much newer attraction packed with fine restaurants and shops selling gourmet products. Like MAM, it is an excellent venue for people-watching. Another candid glimpse at local life awaits you along La Rambla, the popular promenade that follows the coast. A favorite of walkers, runners and bicyclists, La Rambla is probably the ultimate place to take in the local life. To really live like a Uruguayan, try mate, a traditional caffeinated drink that is a national obsession.


    HIGHLIGHTS:
    • Browse two markets, one a National Heritage site, the other known for gourmet products.
    • Sample a variety of fresh produce and unusual dishes and treats at the markets.
    • Enjoy a slice of life by walking along La Rambla, Montevideo’s coastal promenade.

    Need to Know:

    This tour includes about three hours of walking and standing with some inclines and cobblestone surfaces to negotiate. It is not available to wheelchair guests and may not be suitable for those with mobility concerns, who should evaluate their stamina and ability before joining the tour.

    • Adultos desde: $129.00 USD
    • Niños desde: $129.00 USD
    DURACIÓN 4 horas
    ACTIVIDAD 2
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    Highlights of Buenos Aires & Tango Show

    Buenos Aires, Argentina

    Duración 7 hs.

    See the architectural landmarks that have become icons in Buenos Aires, and then watch an authentic tango performance while dining on traditional Argentine cuisine.


    After departing from the pier, you will head to Recoleta & Palermo to drive around these unique residential neighborhoods while learning about the Porteño's lifestyle from your local guide.


    Next, you will visit Plaza de Mayo, arguably the country's most famous square. Its name refers to the revolution that began nearby in May 1810 and led to Argentina's independence from Spain. Some of the surrounding buildings are just as celebrated, including the salmon-colored executive mansion known as Casa Rosado. You will also see the glorious Metropolitan Cathedral, which is adorned with frescoes and elaborate artwork.


    Then, it's on to the neighborhood La Boca to view El Caminito, a street that is an open-air museum of sorts full of brightly colored buildings. Some claim the tango originated here around 1870, and tango dancers are often seen performing impromptu in the streets.


    Later, you will watch a professional tango performance at La Ventana Tango House in the historical San Telmo neighborhood. It's a fabulous setting to see a live show of the country's most acclaimed and passionate dance while savoring a traditional Argentine lunch. After the performance, you will return to the pier.


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    • Adultos desde: $195.00 USD
    • Niños desde: $195.00 USD
    DURACIÓN 7 horas
    ACTIVIDAD 2
    • Comida
    • Accesibilidad
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    Go Local - Explore the Porteño's Secret Weekend Refuge

    Buenos Aires, Argentina

    Duración 6 hs.

    Escape the urban sprawl of Buenos Aires just like a local to a beautiful river delta where you will enjoy a leisurely cruise. The massive Tigre Delta is a weekend retreat for affluent porteños, and you can expect to be mesmerized by the natural beauty and canals that form a network of forested islands. As you cruise through the green wonderland, you will notice that many of the riverside homes have a British flair. There are mock Tudors, Victorian mansions and even British-style gardens that reflect England's influence and ties with Buenos Aires. Along the way, you will stop at Fruit Harbor, a bustling market where you can expect to find fruit, alpaca woolen clothing and home furnishings. Marvel at the river delta's natural beauty, a reason the affluent have weekend retreats there. Notice the British design of most of the homes while cruising through the river delta. Stop at a riverside market with surprisingly sophisticated merchandise.


    Need to Know:

    Note: This tour includes about 1¾ hours of moderate walking and standing with some inclines, steps and cobblestone surfaces to negotiate. The tour is not available to wheelchair guests and may not be suitable for those with mobility concerns who should evaluate their stamina and ability before joining the tour. This tour must be purchased at least 3 days prior to the operating date.
    • Adultos desde: $159.00 USD
    • Niños desde: $159.00 USD
    DURACIÓN 6 horas
    ACTIVIDAD 3
    • Refrigerio
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    Panama Canal Experience

    Ciudad de Panamá (terminal de cruceros del Pacífico), Panamá

    Duración 7 hs.

    Experience the wonders of the Panama Canal on this spectacular partial canal transit. Arriving in Panama City, you will disembark the ship and take a short transfer by coach to the La Playita dock where you will board a spacious ferry and begin your unforgettable tour of the Panama Canal. The first lock you will pass through is the Miraflores Locks, where your ship will be raised the first 56 feet and enter Miraflores Lake. From here, you will transit through the Pedro Miguel Locks, where you will be raised the second 28 feet and enter Gatun Lake, once the largest man-made lake in the world. Crossing the Continental Divide at this point, you will continue to Gaillard Cut. The Gaillard (or Culebra) Cut, was the most challenging section of the canal to build. As you pass through the Cut, you'll see the continuing excavation that keeps this passage open to marine traffic. Enjoy a buffet lunch aboard the ferry before your fascinating tour of the Canal ends in the small village of Gamboa. While not large, Gamboa is home to the headquarters of the Panama Canal dredging division and some of the largest floating cranes in the world. After leaving your ferry, board a waiting motorcoach for the just over 1-hour drive back to the ship at Amador. Each tour participant will receive a certificate that commemorates their crossing of the Canal.

    Need to Know:

    Note: This tour includes minimal walking and is available to wheelchair guests who have a collapsible wheelchair and who can both make their way on and off the coach. Casual, lightweight clothing; comfortable, flat walking shoes; sun caps; sunglasses, and sunscreen are suggested. Restrooms are available on the ferry but not on the coaches. The final duration of the tour is subject to the Panama Canal Authority and schedule that they confirm for this operation on the day before the tour. Minimum age to participate is 6 years of age. Maximum weight 300 lbs. All guests getting off the ship and going on tour in Panama will need to bring a valid Passport with minimum validity of 6 months.
    • Adultos desde: $179.00 USD
    • Niños desde: $129.00 USD
    DURACIÓN 7 horas
    ACTIVIDAD 1
    • Accesibilidad
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    Highlights of Panama City

    Ciudad de Panamá (terminal de cruceros del Pacífico), Panamá

    Duración 4 1/4 hs.

    Boarding your mini-coach at the pier, you'll commence a 40-minute drive to fascinating Panama City. Panama City is located at the entrance of the Panama Canal and is an exciting city with a colorful history. The city today combines a rich collection of both modern and colonial architecture, historical monuments, and tree-shaded boulevards.


    Your tour of the city begins by viewing highlights of the part of the city that is referred to as Old Panama, and which was founded in 1519 by Pedro Arias Davila and later destroyed by Captain Henry Morgan. Old Panama City was the first city of the Pacific Coast of the Americas and played a major role in the conquering of South America. In later years, it was the place where gold was sent to Portobelo and then on to Spain.


    Following your tour of Old Panama, you will make your way to what is known as Casco Antiguo or Colonial Panama. This area of the city was founded in 1673 after the original capital was left in ruins following Captain Henry Morgan's attack two years earlier and features some lovely French and Spanish architecture. Several points of interest in the city are the Cathedral, the National Theater, and Las Bovedas.


    Following your tour of Panama City's most notable sights, you will make the return transfer back to Amador and your waiting ship.

    Need to Know:

    Note: This tour includes a considerable amount of walking over steps and some uneven surfaces. The tour is not available to wheelchair guests and not recommended for those guests with mobility concerns. Light weight clothing; comfortable, flat walking shoes; sun caps, sunglasses and sunscreen are suggested. Minimum age to participate is 6 years of age. Maximum weight is 300 lbs. All guests getting off the ship and going on tour in Panama will need to bring a valid Passport with minimum validity of 6 months.
    • Adultos desde: $89.00 USD
    • Niños desde: $79.00 USD
    DURACIÓN 4 1/4 hs.
    ACTIVIDAD 2
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    Punta Ninfas & Penguins At El Pedral Lodge

    Puerto Madryn, Argentina

    Duración 7 1/2 hs.

    Observe the abundant wildlife in the naturally beautiful Patagonian steppe, highlighted by a leisurely walk among a large colony of Magellanic penguins.


    After departing from the pier, you will settle in for an immensely scenic drive along the New Gulf and on to rugged Punta Ninfas on the Patagonian steppe. The vegetation here is shrubby, wind-blown and an ideal wildlife habitat. Gray fox, llama-like guanacas and various species of seabirds, including oystercatchers and albatrosses, are found in this dry landscape.


    Even so, penguins are the star attractions in this part of Patagonian, as you will discover from your base at El Pedral Lodge. Perched on a cliff, the lodge was built in 1904 and some of the period furnishing still remain, including the mahogany dining table.


    From here, you will head to a nearby Magellanic penguin rookery for an extended walk among these highly social birds. If you hear the penguins braying like donkeys, it is simply the way they seek mates.


    You can expect to see the penguins tottering about, tending to their young, interacting with each other, and perhaps hunting small fish just offshore. A group of penguins floating in the ocean is called a raft; a group on land is sometimes called a waddle because of their awkward walk.


    Later, you will walk through a ravine where you can observe fossils from the Cenozoic Era, estimated to be at least 30 million years old. Lunch at the lodge follows, after which you will return to the pier.


    Need to Know:

    Note: This tour involves large amount of walking, approx. 2hs. The tour is not available to wheelchair guests and may not be suitable for those with mobility concerns who are cautioned to carefully evaluate their personal level of stamina and ability. Weather appropriate clothing; sun cap; sunglasses; and flat, comfortable walking shoes are recommended. Buses may not be air-conditioned and travel along bumpy, dusty roads.
    • Adultos desde: $339.00 USD
    • Niños desde: $339.00 USD
    DURACIÓN 7 1/2 hs.
    ACTIVIDAD 3
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    Two Oceans by Railroad

    Ciudad de Panamá (terminal de cruceros del Pacífico), Panamá

    Duración 6 hs.

    This completely unique tour could easily be the highlight of your trip. Just imagine traveling down the tracks of the first transcontinental railroad in a beautifully restored and richly adorned railcar, while viewing what is widely considered to be the 8th wonder of the world; the Panama Canal, as well as spectacular Gatun Lake and the extraordinarily beautiful flora and fauna of the surrounding countryside. Adding to all of that, the unrivaled experience of traveling from one ocean to another, crossing the amazing continent of the Americas in just over one hour!


    The Panama Railroad was the brainchild of a group of New York Financiers who wanted to create an easy passage for the increasing gold rush traffic. The railroad took five years and eight million dollars to build and was completed in 1855. During its first 12 years of operation, the train carried over 750 million dollars' worth of gold and silver and collected one-quarter of one percent of each shipment as duty. The railroad was rebuilt in 1909 during the construction of the Panama Canal, and without it, the canal could not have been built. Your journey will begin with a short coach transfer from the pier in Amador to the Pacific side railroad station where you will board the train for your approximately 75-minute rail journey. As you travel through the lush tropical rainforest, there is a good chance you'll sight some Howler monkeys, colorful toucans or other exotic wildlife. Crossing the Continental Divide, you'll find yourself on the Atlantic side, where you will disembark the train.

    From here, it's a short coach transfer to Aqua Clara or the Expansion locks where you can spend some time on the observation deck and observe up-close how the canal operates.

    Following your time at locks, you will re-board your coach and transfer back to the pier in Amador.

    Need to Know:

    Note: This tour includes minimal walking and is available to wheelchair guests who have a collapsible wheelchair and who can both make their way on and off the train and the coach. Casual, light weight clothing; comfortable, flat walking shoes; sun caps; sunglasses and sunscreen are suggested. A light snack will be served on board the train and restrooms are available on the train and at the Locks, but not on the coaches. Wildlife sightings are not guaranteed. Minimum age to participate is 6 years of age. Maximum weight is 300 lbs. All guests getting off the ship and going on tour in Panama will need to bring a valid Passport with minimum validity of 6 months.
    • Adultos desde: $249.00 USD
    • Niños desde: $199.00 USD
    DURACIÓN 6 horas
    ACTIVIDAD 1
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    Aristocratic Buenos Aires & Colon Theatre

    Buenos Aires, Argentina

    Duración 4 1/2 hs.

    Revel in the luxurious side of Buenos Aires by visiting treasured landmarks such as the Colon Theatre, the upscale Palermo neighborhood, and an extraordinary museum.


    After departing from the pier, you will head to Recoleta Cemetery; the final resting place for Argentina's wealthy and powerful. It holds thousands of grandiose mausoleums containing the remains of generals, sports figures and politicians. Argentina's former first lady Eva Peron, more affectionately known as Evita, is the most famous figure interred here.


    Next, you will tour the elegant Colon Theatre, an opera house and Belle Epoque landmark. While the original theater opened in 1857, the present theater opened in grand style in 1908 with a performance of Giuseppe Verdi's "Aida" and remains one of the world's most important stages. Enrico Caruso, Luciano Pavarotti, and Mikhail Baryshnikov have all performed here, and the interior is breathtaking.


    More gorgeous architecture awaits you in tree-lined Palermo, the largest neighborhood in Buenos Aires. Many of the residences are absolutely magnificent, and the streets are wonderfully inviting. Fashionable boutiques, trendy cafés and verdant parks are abundant.


    Nearby, you will visit the National Museum of Decorative Arts, where you explore on your own. Exhibitions showcase items ranging from European tapestries to a complete dining room inspired by the Palace of Versailles.


    Once a private residence, the museum building is as extraordinary as its collection of art. Don't miss the Great Hall, a room that evokes 16th-century Tudor design. After visiting, you will return to the pier via a route along exclusive Alvear Avenue.


    Need to Know:

    Note: This tour includes approximately 2 hours of moderate walking/standing and includes the possibility of some steps, stairs and uneven cobblestone surfaces to negotiate. The tour is not considered suitable for wheelchair guests or those with walking difficulties. Weather appropriate casual clothing; sun cap; sunglasses; and flat, comfortable walking shoes are recommended. Dependent upon traffic and crowded conditions, the duration and tour sequence may vary. On Mondays, the National Museum of Decorative Arts is closed and replaced by Fernandez Blanco Museum.
    • Adultos desde: $105.00 USD
    • Niños desde: $105.00 USD
    DURACIÓN 4 1/2 hs.
    ACTIVIDAD 2
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    Penguin Rookery Navigation

    Ushuaia, Argentina

    Duración 4 1/2 hs.

    Observe the bountiful wildlife in Tierra del Fuego while cruising the Beagle Channel in a catamaran that will take you to islands full of seabirds, sea lions and Magellanic penguins.


    After departing from the pier, you will soon board a catamaran and sail into Beagle Channel, the strait that separates Argentina from Chile. The waterway is named for the HMS Beagle, in which Charles Darwin explored the area in 1833-1834.


    Islands dot the channel and the rocky coast is wild and wonderful with forests to the water's edge and the southern Andes in the far distance. Few places on earth are so pristine and unaffected by what little civilization there is.


    Seabirds are abundant in most every direction. You may spot black-capped albatrosses, flocks of seagulls and grayish skuas, an aggressive bird that often attacks other birds in mid-air to steal the fish they have caught.


    Approaching Sea Lions' Island, you will see dozens of the namesake mammals clustered on the rocks. The males are typically twice the size of the females and weigh nearly 800 pounds. While pausing for photos at nearby Bird Island, you will notice that the main inhabitants are Imperial Cormorants and Magellanic Cormorants.


    Les Eclaireurs Lighthouse is another photo-worthy site, as is the colony of Magellanic penguins on Martillo Island. These highly social birds will often come up to the catamaran as they hunt for cuttlefish and squid. It's the perfect opportunity for a close up shot, after which you will return to the pier.


    Need to Know:

    Note: This tour includes limited walking, primarily from the ship to where the catamaran will be berthed. While wheelchair guests who have a collapsible wheelchair, are able to make their own way on and off the catamaran and have an able-bodied companion to assist them are permitted on the tour, it may not be suitable as there are no wheelchair accessible restrooms on the catamaran. Guests with mobility concerns are cautioned to carefully evaluate their personal level of stamina and ability and those who are prone to motion sickness should take the appropriate measures prior to the start of the tour. Warm, layered clothing; a cap; sunglasses; and flat, sturdy walking shoes with a non-slip sole are recommended. The tour sequence may vary. The catamaran may be shared with the guests on the Beagle Channel & Estancia Harberton tour.
    • Adultos desde: $179.00 USD
    • Niños desde: $179.00 USD
    DURACIÓN 4 1/2 hs.
    ACTIVIDAD 1
    • Accesibilidad limitada
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    City Landmarks, Wine & Dance Performance

    Montevideo, Uruguay

    Duración 5 hs.

    Admire the architectural landmarks in downtown Montevideo and then enjoy a sampling of local wines while watching a culturally significant dance performance.


    After departing from the pier, you will soon arrive in the heart of downtown, passing architectural gems such as the Solis Theatre, Uruguay's oldest theater. Nearby, you will pause for photos of Independence Square, where a statue of General José Gervasio Artigas, the father of Uruguay, stands by his mausoleum.


    Another photo stop awaits you at the Legislative Palace. This glorious neo-classical building was constructed nearly 100 years ago with more than 50 types of marble.


    You will also pass through the Obelisk of Montevideo, which celebrates the 100-year anniversary of the country's first constitution, Batlle Park, a lovely urban greenscape named for Jose Batlle y Ordóñez, a former president of Uruguay. Here, you will see Centenario Stadium, site of the first World Cup soccer championship, and photo stop at "La Carreta," a bronze sculpture that depicts the area's 19th-century oxcart drivers.


    Then, head for the district of Cuchilla Pereira called " The Wine Land ", about 20 minutes away from the city downtown area to Bodega Spinoglio, a real winery full of history funded in 1898. Following a tour of the grounds and old machinery museum, you will be treated to a tasting of national wines and delicious local snacks.


    To enhance your enjoyment, you will watch a performance that recreates the era in which the tango emerged in the Rio de la Plata. Dancers and Singers will make you feel you are being transported back in time and that are part of the Uruguayan history of the late 1800’s. After this uniquely Uruguayan experience, you will return to the pier.


    Need to Know:

    Note: This tour includes approximately 30 minutes of guided walking plus any additional walking at the guests’ discretion during the photo stops. There will be some uneven and gravel surfaces to negotiate as well as a few steps at the winery. The tour is available to wheelchair guests who have a collapsible wheelchair, are able to make their own way on and off the coach and have an able-bodied companion to assist them. Those with mobility concerns are cautioned to carefully evaluate their personal level of stamina and ability. Weather appropriate clothing; sun cap; sunglasses; and flat, comfortable walking shoes are recommended. Guests must be at least 18 years of age to take part in the wine tasting.
    • Adultos desde: $229.00 USD
    • Niños desde: $199.00 USD
    DURACIÓN 5 horas
    ACTIVIDAD 2
    • Refrigerio
    • Accesibilidad
    • Accesibilidad limitada

Please note: The information in this document was current at time of printing. Tour descriptions and prices vary by ship and sailing date and are subject to change without notice. Inicia sesión en My NCL para obtener la información específica correspondiente a tu crucero.

Printed on Monday, June 17, 2024 at 06:59am