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									Antarctica, Cape Horn,
Strait of Magellan & South America
2009-2010 Shore Excursions
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All of our excursions involve some walking. We recommend passengers wear        BUENOS AIRES, ARGENTINA     1-2
comfortable, low-heeled walking shoes while on tour. To assist in your tour
selection, please note the symbol(s) accompanying each tour description.      FALKLAND ISLANDS (STANLEY)    3-5
They represent the following:
                                                                                   MONTEVIDEO, URUGUAY      5-6
       Moderate activity including walking short to intermediate
1      distances over relatively level terrain and possibly some steps.
                                                                                    PUERTO MONTT, CHILE     7-10

                                                                                     PUNTA ARENAS, CHILE    11-12
       More strenuous activity including walking intermediate to long
2      distances and climbing stairs. Those with physical limitations
       should take this into consideration.
                                                                                   RIO DE JANERIO, BRAZIL   13-14

                                                                              SANTIAGO (VALPARISO), CHILE   15-16
3      Most strenuous excursion; participants should be physically fit.
                                                                                      USHUAIA, ARGENTINA    17-18
       Beach and water-related tours. Towel, hat and sunscreen highly
b      recommended; swimwear worn under clothing or carried along.
                                                                                    SPECIAL INFORMATION     19


m      Meal included.



s      Shopping time is included; selection and duration will vary.
                                     Buenos Aires
                                     Founded in the early 16th century, Buenos Aires was transformed from a colonial port
                                     into a cosmopolitan metropolis — the “Paris of the South” — by the cattle boom of the
                                     1880s. As in the American West, boom was followed by bust. But that did not stop Bue-
                                     nos Aires from becoming the city it is today. With its air of haunted grandeur, Buenos
                                     Aires is a place of icy intellect and smoldering passion. It is a city where the elegant
                                     Colon Theater, one of the world’s great opera houses, stands in counterpoint to the
                                     working class barrios that gave birth to the tango. Perhaps the city’s engimas and con-
                                     tradictions are best embodied by its two most famous citizens — the reclusive librarian
                                     and literary genius Jorge Luis Borges and the showgirl turned First Lady, Evita Peron.



THINGS TO SEE AND DO IN AND AROUND BUENOS AIRES
La Boca – This barrio or district of colorful houses is known          Tigre Delta – Rormed by the waters of the Parana River, the
as the birthplace of the tango. La Boca is famous for its              delta’s channels are lined with colorful wood shacks, elabo-
vibrant street art scene and impromptu tango performances.             rate mansions, Italian villas and English-style rowing clubs.

Plaza de Mayo – Located in the heart of the city, the plaza is         Tango – The tango emerged circa 1880 as the sultry dance
surrounded by the Casa Rosada, the Metropolitan Cathedral              of Argentina’s fringe classes. Combining elements from
and important government ministries. Evita Peron addressed             many cultures, the tango swept across Argentina, then the
adoring masses from the balcony of Casa Rosada.                        world.

Recoleta Cemetery – This remarkable cemetery in exclu-
sive Barrio Norte is a worthy rival of Paris’ Pere Lachaise.
Eva Peron’s black marble crypt is usually graced daily with
fresh flowers.


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  First-Time Visitor
AN INTRODUCTION TO BUENOS AIRES,                                       BUENOS AIRES HIGHLIGHTS
COUNTRYSIDE DRIVE AND ESTANCIA                                         BUE-200               Approx. 3 ½ hours / $49                      1
BUE-100            Approx. 9½ hours / $149                  2m
                                                                       Take in the highlights of the “Paris of the South” on a narrated
Explore the “Paris of the South” on a narrated drive. Visit Recoleta   drive. Visit the colorful La Boca district, the birthplace of the tango.
Cemetery and view Evita Peron’s black marble crypt. Travel to the      Stand in the Plaza de Mayo where Evita Peron once addressed
edge of the Pampas on a trip to a traditional estancia. Tour this      adoring masses. Then view her black marble crypt in Recoleta
working cattle ranch, experience the way of the gaucho and enjoy       Cemetery.
an Argentine barbecue.                                                 WHAT YOU VISIT: La Boca — working class barrio is the birthplace
WHAT YOU VISIT: Recoleta Cemetery and Estancia — working               of tango, Plaza de Mayo — Evita spoke from the balcony of Casa
ranch preserves the traditions of the gauchos WHAT YOU DO:             Rosado and Recoleta Cemetery — famed for its elaborate marble
Ranch tour and performance of gaucho music, songs and                  crypts WHAT YOU SEE: Jacaranda-lined boulevards, old Bohe-
horsemanship LUNCH: Traditional asado al asador featuring              mian San Telmo district, Colon Theater and Palermo — largest of
Argentine beef WHAT YOU SEE: City sights and parks, mansions           Buenos Aires’ 150 parks and home to mansions and embassies
and embassies in the Palermo district




                                            1 • BUENOS AIRES, ARGENTINA | princess.com
  Special Interest                                                            Elite Collection
BUENOS AIRES: TANGO SHOW AND HIGHLIGHTS                                     ELITE COLLECTION:
BUE-240              Approx. 6 hours / $119 2 m                             HISTORY OF TANGO AND TANGO LESSON
                                                                            BUE-150                 Approx. 4 hours / $99                      3
This is the ultimate Buenos Aires experience — a tour of the “Paris
of the South” combined with the music and dance that shaped                 Born in one of Buenos Aires’ poorest quarters, Carlos Gardel was
Argentina’s soul: the Tango. Visit the barrio where tango was born          Argentina’s greatest tango singer. Visit his tomb and view his
and enjoy a performance in a traditional Buenos Aires dance hall.           memorial statue — tango aficionados always make sure he’s
WHAT YOU VISIT: La Boca — working class barrio is the birth-                holding a lit cigarette! Then don your dancing shoes for a tango
place of tango, and Plaza de Mayo WHAT YOU DO: Tango                        lesson at Café Tortoni.
performance in the famous Abasto district LUNCH: At the dance hall          WHAT YOU VISIT: Chacarita Cemetery — Carlos Gardel’s tomb
WHAT YOU SEE: Old Bohemian San Telmo district, Colon Theater                features a statue of the tango singer — aficionados place a lit
and Palermo — largest of Buenos Aires’ 150 parks is home to                 cigaret in his hand out of respect WHAT YOU DO: Tango lesson
mansions and embassies                                                      at the famous Café Tortoni WHAT YOU SEE: Abasto market —
                                                                            Gardel’s career began here, memorial statue of Gardel and
EVITA - HER LIFE IN BUENOS AIRES                                            Carlos Gardel Museum
BUE-245                  Approx. 3¼ hours / $49                      2
Born Maria Eva Duarte, Eva Peron rose from show girl to First Lady
of Argentina — and adored icon of Argentina’s poor, the descamis-
                                                                              Easy Tour
ados or “shirtless ones.” Visit the significant sites in Evita’s life and
tour the Evita Museum, which chronicles her dramatic rise to fame           EASY TIGRE DELTA AND RIVER CRUISE
— and myth.                                                                 BUE-290                  Approx. 4 hours / $59                     1
WHAT YOU VISIT: Congress Building — mourners paid their last
respects to Evita here in 1953, Evita Museum — located in the               Take a leisurely cruise through the Tigre Delta. Formed by the
Palermo district and Recoleta Cemetery — view Evita’s black                 Parana River, the delta has been a fashionable getaway for over
marble crypt WHAT YOU SEE: Plaza de Mayo, University of                     a century. Its canals are lined with colorful shacks, fine mansions
Engineering, Central Post Office and Ministry of Public Works —             and English rowing clubs — a 19th-century passion of the city’s elite.
guides relate the buildings’ significance in Evita’s life                   WHAT YOU VISIT: Tigre Delta WHAT YOU DO: Board a chartered
                                                                            launch for a leisurely narrated cruise through the delta’s willow-lined
                                                                            canals WHAT YOU SEE: Colorful wood shacks, elaborate mansions,
                                                                            Italian villas and English-style rowing clubs




                                               2 • BUENOS AIRES, ARGENTINA | princess.com
                                     Falkland Islands (Stanley)
                                     Capital of the Falklands since 1845, tiny Stanley lies on the windswept tip of East Falkland
                                     Island. The Falklands long served as a way station for ships, particularly whalers, bound
                                     to and from Cape Horn. The islands’ rigorous environment is immediately apparent:
                                     Stanley Harbor is dotted with the hulks of vessels that succumbed to the fierce winds
                                     and waves of the South Atlantic. While their strategic location led to important roles
                                     in both World Wars, the islands are best remembered as the cause of the 1982 war
                                     between Argentina and the United Kingdom. Today, travelers increasingly journey to
                                     the islands to view their rich assortment of bird and marine life.



THINGS TO SEE AND DO IN AND AROUND FALKLAND ISLANDS
Britannia House Museum – The themed rooms are devoted                  Sparrow Cove Penguin Reserve – The reserve is home to
to the history of the Falkland Islands and the Falkland War.           Gentoo penguins and occasional breeding pairs of King
                                                                       Penguins.
Long Island Farm – The 22,000-acre sheep farm belongs to
a 6th-generation Falklands family who still live and farm in           Bluff Cove Penguin rookery – Three different species of
traditional style.                                                     penguins nest at Bluff Cove including 1,000 pairs of Gentoo
                                                                       penguins. Magellanic penguins burrow close by.
Fitzroy & Port Pleasant – HMS Sir Galahad and Sir Tristram
were attacked here by Argentine aircraft while landing                 Berkeley Sound – The Sound is home to a colony of Rock-
troops during the Falkland War. The hills above the landing            hopper penguins. Rockhoppers sport elaborately curled
beach are crowned with memorials to the fallen.                        white or yellow “eyebrows” and can be seen literally hopping
                                                                       over the rocky shore.
Kidney Island – The island is home to an astonishing variety
of birdlife while the offshore waters harbor Commerson’s
dolphins. The rare, beakless, black-and-white dolphins are
found only in the Falklands and the Kerguellen Islands.


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  First-Time Visitor
STANLEY HIGHLIGHTS AND MUSEUM                                          STANLEY IN FOCUS
PSY-100                 Approx. 2 hours / $59                   2      PSY-125                             Approx. 1 ½ hours / $49       1
Take in the sights of this small, but colorful city on a drive about   Take in the sights of this small, colorful city on a drive about town.
Stanley. Tour the Britannia House Museum for a look at island          See the landmarks including Christ Church Cathedral, Whalebone
history. See the landmarks including Christ Church Cathedral, the      Arch and the wreck of the Lady Elizabeth in Stanley Harbour.
1982 Liberation Monument and historic wrecks littering the harbor.     WHAT YOU VISIT: Stanley WHAT YOU SEE: Christ Church Cathedral,
WHAT YOU VISIT: Britannia House Museum themed rooms devoted            Whalebone Arch, 1982 Liberation Monument, Government House,
to Falklands history and the Falklands War WHAT YOU SEE: Christ        1914 Battle Memorial, the wreck of the Lady Elizabeth and the
Church Cathedral, Whalebone Arch, 1982 Liberation Monument,            town’s colorful houses surrounding the harbor NOTE: Some areas
1914 Battle Monument, Stanley Airport and wreck of the Lady            fence off due to landmines laid during the 1982 Falklands War
Elizabeth NOTES: Some areas remain fenced off due to landmines
laid during the 1982 Falklands War




                                                 3 • FALKLAND ISLANDS | princess.com
  Special Interest
JUBILEE VILLAS                                                           WALK STANLEY!
PSY-220                             Approx. 1½ hours / $79        2      PSY-380                             Approx. 2 hours / $49      2
Visit one of Stanley’s Jubilee Villas. Built in 1887 — all material      Explore Stanley on a guided walking tour through its colorful
came from England by sailing ship — these four Victorian terrace         streets. View the landmarks including Christ Church Cathedral and
houses were named in honor of Queen Victoria’s Jubilee. Tour the         Whalebone Arch, the 1982 Battle Memorial and Government House.
house and enjoy tea with owners Joyce and John Allen whose               Tour the Britannia House Museum for a look at Falkland’s history.
island roots go back to 1842.                                            WHAT YOU VISIT: Stanley and Britannia House Museum
WHAT YOU VISIT: Jubilee Villa — one of four Victorian terrace            WHAT YOU DO: Guided walking tour of the local landmarks
houses built in 1887 WHAT YOU DO: Tour the villa, designated a           WHAT YOU SEE: Jetty Visitors Center, Christ Church Cathedral,
building of special architectural interest in 1998 REFRESHMENTS:         Whalebone Arch, infamous Upland Goose Hotel, mast of the
Tea, cakes and reminiscences with the owners WHAT YOU SEE:               SS Great Britain on Victory Green, the 1982 Liberation Memorial,
Walk through Stanley to the villa at 39 Ross Road                        1914 Battle Monument, Government House and harbor shipwrecks

LONG ISLAND FARM EXCURSION                                               FALKLANDS NATURE TREK
PSY-235               Approx. 4 hours / $129                      2      PSY-382                             Approx. 3 hours / $89      3
Travel to a traditional farm owned by a 6th-generation island            Join a local expert on an exclusive expedition that surveys the
family. Watch demonstrations of sheep herding and shearing.              Falklands’ rich wildlife. Walk to Hadassa Bay and Yorke Bay Ponde
Enjoy tea and homemade cookies in the kitchen before exploring           to view flightless Falkland steamer ducks and Magellanic penguins
the farm’s gardens. Then take a leisurely stroll along the private       as Peale’s dolphins frolic in the waves.
beach.                                                                   WHAT YOU VISIT: Hadassa Bay and Yorke Bay Pond WHAT YOU DO:
WHAT YOU VISIT: Long Island Farm WHAT YOU DO: Watch sheep                Guided birding expedition for native and migrant species includ-
farming demonstrations, tour the gardens and discover how the            ing waterfowl, songbirds, shearwaters, petrels and penguins
farm produces its own bread, butter and cream REFRESHMENTS:              WHAT YOU SEE: Peale’s dolphins often frolic offshore
Tea and homemade cookies in the kitchen WHAT YOU SEE: 1982
Falkland War battlefields, a military radar site and historic French     KIDNEY ISLAND CRUISE
settlement at Port Louis
                                                                         PSY-400                            Approx. 3 hours / $169      3
                                                                         Board the powered catamaran M.V. Sea Quest and cruise to Kidney
  Art and History                                                        Island. This island rookery is home to a stunning assortment of
                                                                         birdlife including penguins, shearwaters, petrels and albatrosses.
                                                                         Rare Commerson’s dolphins frequently frolic in the waves.
FALKLAND BATTLEFIELDS
                                                                         WHAT YOU VISIT: Kidney Island WHAT YOU DO: View birdlife
PSY-135                               Approx. 4 hours / $99       2      including petrels, shearwaters, albatrosses, Rockhopper penguins
                                                                         and Short-eared owls — sea lions often doze on the beach
A local battlefield expert leads a tour that visits major battle sites   REFRESHMENTS: Served onboard WHAT YOU SEE: Rare beakless
from the 1982 Falkland War. Visit Fitzroy and Port Pleasant, where       Commerson’s dolphins, Gypsy Cove, Yorke Bay and shipwrecks
Argentine planes attacked a British landing force. View the memori-      dotting Stanley Harbour
als to the fallen as you survey three important mountain battlefields,
sites of bitter combat.
WHAT YOU VISIT: Fitzroy and Port Pleasant — Argentine planes
bombed Brtish landing forces here in 1982 and battlefield                  Scenic and Nature
memorials commemorate the fallen PHOTO STOPS: Sappers Hill,
Mt. William and Wireless Ridge — British forces fought tough             SPARROW COVE PENGUIN ADVENTURE
hand-to-hand battles here WHAT YOU SEE: Fitzroy village, sheep
country                                                                  PSY-250             Approx. 2 ½ hours / $149                   3
                                                                         Board a motor launch and cruise to Sparrow Cove, where you
                                                                         transfer to a 4WD vehicle. Your destination is a protected rookery
  Active Minded                                                          that is home to both Gentoo penguins and occasional breeding
                                                                         King penguins.
VOLUNTEER POINT AND KING PENGUIN COLONY                                  WHAT YOU VISIT: Sparrow Cove Penguin Reserve WHAT YOU DO:
                                                                         Walk approximately 300 feet over rough ground to view Gentoo
PSY-256                Approx. 7 hours / $339                     3      penguins and occasionally breeding pairs of King penguins WHAT
                                                                         YOU SEE: Stanley, East Falkland Islands and your Princess ship
Travel by 4WD vehicle to Volunteer Point, which lies between a
sandy beach and a saltwater lagoon. The point is home to a colony
of over 1,300 King penguins. Standing 3 feet tall, these penguins
sport a beautiful plumage that is colored black, yellow and gold.
WHAT YOU VISIT: Volunteer Point WHAT YOU DO: View a colony of
over 1,300 King Penguins — the second-largest penguin in size
REFRESHMENTS: Snack served during your visit WHAT YOU SEE:
1982 mountain battlefields, wreckage of two Argentine helicopters,
historic Port Louis, rough moorland cut by small streams and
Magellanic and Gentoo penguins


                                                  4 • FALKLAND ISLANDS | princess.com
BLUFF COVE PENGUIN ROOKERY                                           per penguins — they sport elaborately curled white or yellow
PSY-252                Approx. 3 hours / $159                 2      “eyebrows” and literally hop over the rocky shore REFRESH-
                                                                     MENTS: Tea or coffee with cakes during your visit WHAT YOU SEE:
Approximately 1,000 pairs of Gentoo penguins nest by the beautiful   Murrell Farm, rolling moorland and Berkely sound
beach at Bluff Cove, while Magellanic penguins burrow in the sand
nearby. Occasionally King penguins are spotted at the rookery.       STANLEY HARBOUR CRUISE
WHAT YOU VISIT: Bluff Cove Penguin Rookery WHAT YOU DO: View         PSY-280                             Approx. 1 hour / $89    2
the approximately 1,000 pairs of Gentoo penguins that nest here
annually PHOTO STOP: Bluff Cove — stop for views of the large        Board the powered catamaran M.V. Sea Quest and cruise around
lagoon and long sandy beach WHAT YOU SEE: East Falkland              Stanley Harbour and visit Gypsy Cove.
Island, farmland, dolphins offshore and skuas, gulls and sheath-
bills hunting for penguin eggs                                       WHAT YOU SEE: Rare beakless Commerson’s dolphins, Gypsy
                                                                     Cove, Yorke Bay and shipwrecks dotting Stanley Harbour
ROCKHOPPER PENGUIN COLONY
PSY-254               Approx. 3 hours / $149                  2
Travel by 4WD safari to Berkeley Sound, home to a colony of over
400 Rockhopper penguins. Enjoy approximately 1 1/3 hours
observing and photographing these small crested penguins with
elaborately curled “eyebrows.” A knowledgeable guide is on hand
to answer your questions.
WHAT YOU VISIT: Berkeley Sound WHAT YOU DO: View Rockhop-




                                   Montevideo
                                   Nestled between the continent’s two giants, Brazil and Argentina, Uruguay is the second
                                   smallest country in South America. More than half of the nation’s population of three
                                   million reside in the capital of Montevideo, located at Uruguay’s southernmost point on
                                   the Rio de la Plata. Although small in size, Uruguay has proven to be big-hearted — the
                                   country is one of the most literate nations in the world while Montevideo is one of South
                                   America’s most interesting and cosmopolitan capitals.


THINGS TO SEE AND DO IN AND AROUND MONTEVIDEO
Soccer Museum – Housed in Centenario Soccer Stadium,                 Synagogue & Community Center – The city’s Jewish
which was built for the first World Cup, the museum exhibits         Quarter dates from the end of the 19th century and is
the 1924, 1928, 1930, 1950 World Cups won by Uruguay’s               home to Ashkenazi and Sephardic synagogues as well
soccer team.                                                         as the Jewish Community Center.

Legislative Palace – The graceful palace is considered one           Establecimiento Juanico – The soils and microclimates of
of the three most beautiful legislative buildings in the world.      this district attracted winemakers over a century ago. Today,
                                                                     Uruguay’s leading vineyard produces world class red and
Santa Rosa Winery – Founded in 1898, this winery in the              wine varietals.
city’s San Colon district is a major exporter of Uruguayan
wines and is famous for its exquisite Fond de Cave cham-
pagne-style wine.


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                                            5 • MONTEVIDEO, URUGUAY | princess.com
  First-Time Visitor                                                     Easy Tour
ESSENCE OF URUGUAY - TOWN AND COUNTRY                                  EASY MONTEVIDEO
MVD-100              Approx. 7 hours / $199                 2m         MVD-290                            Approx. 2½ hours / $34         1
Visit a 200-year-old estancia for a taste of gaucho life. Tour the     Experience South America’s most cosmopolitan capital on a
ranch by horse-drawn carriage or vintage automobile before             narrated drive designed for guests who wish to see the sights
trying your hand at sheep shearing. Watch a demonstration of           with little or no walking.
gaucho horsemanship and enjoy a traditional gaucho barbeque            WHAT YOU VISIT: Montevideo WHAT YOU DO: Narrated tour of
with wine.                                                             the major sights PHOTO STOPS: Legislative Palace, Prado Park
WHAT YOU VISIT: Estancia La Rabida — a 2,470-acre ranch                — noted for its historical monuments and gardens, Batlle y
WHAT YOU DO: Tour the ranch by caravan and watch a demonstra-          Ordonez Park, Plaza Independencia — designed in 1836 and
tion of gaucho horsemanship LUNCH: Traditional asado (barbeque)        Graf Spee Monument — anchor from the WWII German ship
accompanied by wine as well as traditional guacho dances and           WHAT YOU SEE: City’s finest beaches and suburbs
folk songs WHAT YOU SEE: Plaza Independencia and Montevideo
suburbs

MONTEVIDEO HIGHLIGHTS                                                    Art and History
MVD-130                              Approx. 4 hours / $49      2      PUNTA DEL ESTE & RALLI MUSEUM
Experience South America’s most cosmopolitan capital on                MVD-115             Approx. 7½ hours / $119                   2m
a narrated drive. Tour the Soccer Museum, which celebrates
Uruguay’s four World Cup Championships. Visit the beautiful            Take in the city sights on a narrated drive. Then travel to the resort
1904 neo-classical Legislative Palace and view the city’s superb       of Punta del Este at the mouth of the Rio de la Plata. Punta is
parks and monuments.                                                   famed for its beaches and nightlife. Tour Fundación Ralli and view
WHAT YOU VISIT: Soccer Museum — housed in the stadium built            its collection of contemporary Latin American art — and Dalí
for the first World Cup Championship and Legislative Palace            paintings.
PHOTO STOPS: Prado Park — noted for its monuments and                  WHAT YOU VISIT: Punta del Este — one of the most famous
gardens, Batlle y Ordonez Park and Plaza Independencia —               seaside resorts in South America and Fundación Ralli PHOTO
the city’s oldest plaza dates to 1836 WHAT YOU SEE: Graf Spee          STOP: Casapueblo — artist Carlos Paiz Vilaro’s atelier is a
Monument and beaches along the Rambla                                  cliff-dangling Moorish fantasy SHOPPING: Browse the chic shops
                                                                       in Punta del Este’s Avenida Golero LUNCH: At a Punta restaurant
                                                                       WHAT YOU SEE: Montevideo city sights

  Special Interest
HISTORIC STEAM TRAIN AND JUANICO WINERY TOUR                             Food and Beverage
MVD-110              Approx. 7 hours / $219 2 m
                                                                       A TASTE OF MONTEVIDEO AND THE WINE TRAIL
Board an historic steam train and travel in style to Establacimiento   MVD-105              Approx. 6 hours / $159 2 m
Juanico. The soils and microclimates at Juanico first attracted
winemakers over a century ago. Tour the winery, take part in a wine    Experience South America’s most cosmopolitan capital on a
tasting and enjoy a barbeque lunch.                                    narrated drive about town. Tour a winery headquartered in the
WHAT YOU VISIT: Establecimiento Juanico RAIL EXCURSION:                city. A tasting of sparkling and still wines is followed by lunch in
Historic steam train with restored vintage passenger cars              the cellar along with music, song and dance (including tango!).
SHOPPING: Wine is available for purchase LUNCH: Barbeque               WHAT YOU VISIT: Santa Rosa Winery — founded in 1898, the
lunch accompanied by a selection of wines WHAT YOU SEE:                winery is famous for its champagne-style wine PHOTO STOPS:
Avenida 18 de Julio, Parque Batlle, old city center, Plaza de          Prado Park, Batlle y Ordonez Park — views of the soccer stadium
Independencia and Graf Spee Monument                                   and Plaza de Independencia LUNCH: Wine tasting, lunch and
                                                                       entertainment at Santa Rosa Winery WHAT YOU SEE: Graf Spee
                                                                       Monument and Legistative Palace
MONTEVIDEO JEWISH HERITAGE TOUR
MVD-205               Approx. 3½ hours / $44                    2      CITY SIGHTS AND JUANICO WINERY
Montevideo’s Jewish community was founded toward the end of            MVD-125            Approx. 6 hours / $139                 2ms
the 19th century. Visit the Jewish Community Center and tour the
Gurvich Museum. The Lithuanian-born painter José Gurvich made          Experience South America’s most cosmopolitan capital on a
frequent use of Jewish symbolism in his Constructivist paintings.      narrated drive. Then travel to the Juanico district for a tour, wine
WHAT YOU VISIT: Jewish Community Center and Gurvich Museum             tasting and lunch at Uruguay’s leading vineyard.
— Gurvich was six when his family immigrated to Uruguay PHOTO          WHAT YOU VISIT: Establecimiento Juanico — the vineyard
STOP: Holocaust Memorial — South America’s only holocaust              produces Cabernet Sauvignon, Pinot Noir, Merlot, Chardonnay,
memorial WHAT YOU SEE: Old Jewish district and synagogues,             Sauvignon Blanc and Viognier SHOPPING: Wine is available for
Golda Meir Square, Hebraica Maccabi Sports Center and the              purchase LUNCH: Barbeque lunch accompanied by a selection
Jewish School                                                          of wines WHAT YOU SEE: Graf Spee Monument, old city center
                                                                       and Plaza de Independencia




                                              6 • MONTEVIDEO, URUGUAY | princess.com
                                    Puerto Montt
                                    Puerto Montt is your gateway to Chile’s magnificent Lake District. Here, snow-
                                    capped volcanoes gaze down on alpine valleys nestled among low hills. Glaciers
                                    carved out this terrain, leaving the jewel-like lakes in their wake. The Lake District
                                    was a magnet for German immigrants, and their legacy can be seen today in the
                                    manicured rose gardens of Puerto Varas, in Chile’s “German Villages” like Frutillar
                                    and in Puerto Montt’s gabled homes with elaborate balconies.



THINGS TO SEE AND DO IN AND AROUND PUERTO MONTT
Petrohue River – Carving through volcanic rock, the river’s            Mt. Osorno – The mountain last experienced volcanic
swift greenish-blue waters form impressive rapids and small            activity in the late 1800s. The snow-capped volcano is
waterfalls.                                                            frequently referred to as the “Fuji of South America” thanks
                                                                       to its near-perfect symmetry.
Frutillar – The most famous of Chile’s “German villages”
features timbered buildings with gabled roofs that recall the          Alerce Forest – Giant Alerce trees are indigenous to
Black Forest. Lakeside bakeries sell German-style kuchen               Southern Chile. The massive trees take thousands of years
and pastries.                                                          to mature and may reach 120 feet in length and over 14 feet
                                                                       in diameter.
German Settlers Museum – The museum chronicles the
history of the region’s settlers and features a model of a
German family homestead complete with period furnishings,
photographs and memorabilia.



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  First-Time Visitor
PETROHUE RIVER AND FRUTILLAR                                           PETROHUE RIVER AND LAKE ESMERALDA
PMC-100         Approx. 7½ hours / $149                2ms             PMC-105           Approx. 8 hours / $139                2ms
Visit Petrohue Falls and explore Frutillar with its timbered, gabled   Board a motorized catamaran for a cruise along the emerald-green
houses and German bakeries selling kuchen. Tour the German Set-        waters of Lake Esmeralda. Stroll beside the rapids of the Petrohue
tlers Museum and take in views of Mt. Osorno and Lake Llanquihue       River and view Petrohue Falls. Enjoy free time to explore Puerto
at Puerto Varas, Chile’s “City of Roses.”                              Varas, Chile’s famous “City of Roses,” and visit its Handicraft Fair.
WHAT YOU VISIT: Petrohue River, Frutillar, German Settlers Museum      WHAT YOU VISIT: Lake Esmeralda, Petrohue River and Puerto
and Puerto Varas PHOTO STOP: Lake Llanquihue — South America’s         Varas WHAT YOU DO: Approximately 45-minute lake cruise
third-largest natural lake SHOPPING: Handicraft fair in Puerto Varas   SHOPPING: Handicraft Fair in Puerto Varas LUNCH: Pisco sour
LUNCH: Pisco sour and lunch with wine at Puerto Varas WHAT YOU         and lunch with wine at a Lake District restaurant WHAT YOU SEE:
SEE: Farms with German-style buildings and Vicente Perez Rosales       Lush farms with German-style buildings, town of Ensenada and
National Park                                                          Petrohue River valley




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  Special Interest                                                           Active Minded
FRUTILLAR, GERMAN MUSEUM AND CONCERT                                       ALERCE FOREST ECO-WALK AND GERMAN MUSEUM
PMC-132                Approx. 4 hours / $149                       2      PMC-380                Approx. 4 hours / $59 3

Frutillar is famed for its Musical Weeks, a festival featuring some        Explore a forest of giant alerce trees on a guided eco-walk. These
of Chile’s finest musicians. Attend a concert at Teatro de Lago            massive trees take thousands of years to mature and may reach
on the shores of Lake Llanquihue, South America’s third-largest            120 feet in height. Tour the Germans Settlers Museum, which
natural lake. Tour the German Settlers Museum during your visit.           chronicles the region’s unique heritage. Visit Puerto Varas on Lake
WHAT YOU VISIT: German Settlers Museum and Teatro del Lago                 Llanquihue.
PHOTO STOP: Puerto Varas — German-style buildings and views                WHAT YOU VISIT: Alerce Forest and German Settlers Museum
of Mt. Osorno and Lake Llanquihue WHAT YOU SEE: Chile’s Lake               WHAT YOU DO: One-hour guided eco-hike in Lahuen Ñadi Forest
District OPTION: You may be dropped off near Puerto Montt for              SHOPPING: Handicraft fair in Puerto Varas WHAT YOU SEE: Lake
additional shopping and sightseeing — you are then responsible             District, lush fams with German-style buildings and Lake Llanqui-
for your return to the ship                                                hue — South America’s third-largest natural lake

                                                                           ALERCE MOUNTAIN LODGE AND FOREST HIKE
  Art and History                                                          PMC-382             Approx. 8 hours / $199                  3m
                                                                           A remote mountain lodge makes the perfect base for a nature
CHILOE ISLAND, REGIONAL MUSEUM AND CRAFT MARKET                            hike through the Alerce Forest, home to gnarled, silvery trees that
PMC-115                Approx. 8 hours / $129 2 m                          are millennia old.
                                                                           WHAT YOU VISIT: Alerce Mountain Lodge WHAT YOU DO: Two-hour
Travel to South America’s second-largest island. Visit Ancud,              guided hike on Oro Verde Trail PHOTO STOPS: El Condor — views
founded in 1767. Its narrow streets are lined with colorful 19th-century   of glacial valley, Fountain of Hope — waterfall and El Tata —
houses. Tour the Regional Museum and see its collection of stone           4,000-year-old Alerce Tree LUNCH: Three-course lunch at the
figures. Browse for woolens and crafts at the local market.                lodge WHAT YOU SEE: Reloncavi Estuary, Alerce forest and Lago
WHAT YOU VISIT: Ancud — once a major whaling port, Regional                Reflejos (Reflection Lake)
Museum and Fort San Antonio — last Spanish fort to surrender in
South America’s Wars of Independence SHOPPING: Excellent local
                                                                           CANOPY ADVENTURE AT OSORNO VOLCANO
woolens and crafts LUNCH: Seafood lunch at an Ancud restaurant
WHAT YOU SEE: Pan American Highway, ferry cruise, Pargua and               PMC-400           Approx. 7½ hours / $199                   3m
small port of Chacao
                                                                           Travel to Chile’s Lake Country and buckle on a state-of-the-art
                                                                           harness for canopy gliding. Soar at treetop level from one platform
                                                                           to another. Descend the slopes of a volcano, travel through a
  Food and Beverage                                                        gorge laced with waterfalls and explore a forest of massive trees.
                                                                           WHAT YOU DO: Canopy Gliding — don a harness attached to
DELIKATESSEN: CHILE’S GERMAN FLAVOR                                        steel cables and glide from one canopy platform to another
                                                                           BASIC INFO: Professional guides demonstrate how to don, wear
PMC-240                Approx. 3½ hours / $99                       2      and use your harness WHAT YOU SEE: Volcano slopes, Chucao
                                                                           Canyon and Alerce Forest PHOTO STOP: Puerto Varas SHOPPING:
Chile’s Lake District was settled by Germans in the 19th century.
                                                                           Handicraft Fair LUNCH: At a local restaurant
The settlers brought their culture and cuisine with them — including
delikatessen. Sample German-styled cured meats and sausages
and enjoy a performance of Chilean folk music.
WHAT YOU VISIT: Cecinas Llanquihue — factory specializes in
German cured meats and sausages WHAT YOU DO: Tour, tasting
and performance of Chilean folk music PHOTO STOP: Puerto Varas
— German-style buildings and views of Mt. Osorno and Lake
Llanquihue WHAT YOU SEE: Lake District and farms with German-
style buildings




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                                                                           Scenic and Nature
PETROHUE RIVER WHITEWATER RAFTING TRIP                                   OSORNO VOLCANO, PETROHUE RIVER
PMC-420           Approx. 6 hours / $119 3 b m                           & PUERTO VARAS
                                                                         PMC-110          Approx. 8 hours / $149                  2ms
Brave the azure waters of the Petrohue River on a rafting trip that
offers Class III and IV whitewater.                                      View the azure-colored rapids and waterfalls of the Petrohue River.
WHAT YOU VISIT: Petrohue River Valley WHAT YOU DO: Guided                Take in sweeping views from the slopes of Mt. Osorno. Explore
raft trip with Class III and IV whitewater EQUIPMENT: Safety gear        Chile’s famous “City of Roses” and visit its Handicraft Fair. Enjoy
includes helmet, life vest and neoprene wetsuit LUNCH: Served            lunch along with a Pisco Sour, Chile’s national’s drink.
riverside during the trip WHAT YOU SEE: Waterfalls, old growth           WHAT YOU VISIT: Petrohue River, Mt. Osorno — views from La
forest and views of surrounding mountains and volcanoes                  Burbuja, departure point for skiers and climbers challenging
                                                                         the mountain and Puerto Varas SHOPPING: Handicraft Fair in
KAYAKING IN CHILE’S LAKE DISTRICT                                        Puerto Varas LUNCH: Pisco Sour and lunch at a local restaurant
                                                                         WHAT YOU SEE: German-style farm buildings including clapboard
PMC-425               Approx. 4 hours / $199                   3b        barns and churches and Petrohue Falls
Chile’s Lake District boasts soaring volcanoes and other dramatic
scenery. Explore Lake Llanquihue, South America’s third-largest          PANORAMIC PUERTO MONTT, PUERTO VARAS AND
natural lake, on a guided kayak adventure.                               TRADITIONAL RANCHO
WHAT YOU VISIT: Lake Llanquihue WHAT YOU DO: Approximately               PMC-120         Approx. 7½ hours / $149 2 m s
two-hour guided paddle by two-man tandem kayaks BASIC INFO:
Professional guides provide kayaks, equipment and brief safety           Experience the scenic highlights of Puerto Montt on a narrated
orientation REFRESHMENTS: Snack served on an island lake                 drive. Explore Chile’s famous “City of Roses” and visit its Handi-
WHAT YOU SEE: Lorelei Island, EL Tunnel and surrounding snow-            craft Fair. Tour a traditional ranch and meet the prized Chilean
capped volcanoes                                                         horse breed. Attend a horse show and and enjoy lunch with
                                                                         entertainment.
HORSEBACK RIDING AT PUERTO MONTT                                         WHAT YOU VISIT: Puerto Varas and Fundo Olguita WHAT YOU DO:
PMC-430                Approx. 3 hours / $119                      3     A horse show displays the attributes of the prized Chilean horse
                                                                         SHOPPING: Handicraft Fair LUNCH: Barbecue at the Fundo
Enthusiasts will enjoy a trail ride offering views of Chile’s dramatic   ENTERTAINMENT: Folk music and dancing including Chile’s
Lake Country and — tide permitting — a trot along the beach.             national dance WHAT YOU SEE: Plaza de Armas, farms and Lake
                                                                         Llanquihue
WHAT YOU VISIT: Private Estancia near Puerto Montt WHAT YOU
DO: Collect your equipment, attend safety lecture and mount up
for approximately two-hour guided trail ride WHAT YOU SEE: Views         FRUTILLAR AND THE GERMAN SETTLERS
of small lakes, massive volcanoes and a beach ride tide permitting       PMC-130             Approx. 3½ hours / $49                   2s
                                                                         At Frutillar, half-timbered houses give the town the feel of a Black
                                                                         Forest village. Tour the German Settlers Museum for a look at the
                                                                         Lake District’s unique heritage. Enjoy free time to explore Puerto
                                                                         Varas, Chile’s famed “City of Roses,” and visit its Handicraft Fair.
                                                                         WHAT YOU VISIT: Frutillar, German Settlers Museum and Puerto
                                                                         Varas PHOTO STOP: Lake Llanquihue — South America’s third-
                                                                         largest natural lake SHOPPING: In Frutillar WHAT YOU SEE: Lush
                                                                         farms and German-style buildings and barns OPTION: Remain in
                                                                         Puerto Montt for additional shopping and sightseeing — you are
                                                                         then responsible for your return to ship

                                                                         LAKE DISTRICT FLY FISHING EXPEDITION
                                                                         PMC-405               Approx. 5 hours / $549                 2S
                                                                         Join an expert guide on a fishing expedition in pursuit of trout and
                                                                         salmon.
                                                                         WHAT YOU DO: Fly Fishing Trip — guided boat trip for rainbow and
                                                                         brown trout and occasional steelhead and salmon BASIC INFO:
                                                                         Equipment and permits included SNACK: Picnic-style snack with
                                                                         cocktail




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  Overland
GRAND PATAGONIA OVERLAND                                                DAY THREE — PUERTO NATALES / PAINE TOWERS NATIONAL PARK
PMC-800/801 Approx. 4 days /3 nights / $1,999           oms             After breakfast set out on a full day of sightseeing. Visit the Cave
                                                                        of the Milodon where the fossil remains of a prehistoric sloth were
Travel from Chile’s Lake District to Patagonia. Experience Chile’s      discovered. Explore the ravines, lakes and waterfalls of Paine
famous German Villages. Tour a Patagonian sheep farm and visit the      Towers National Park. Travel to Grey Lake, site of the one of the
cavern where a major fossil was discovered. Explore Paine Towers        world’s largest glaciers.
National Park and observe the penguins rookery at Otway Sound.          WHAT YOU VISIT: Cave of the Milodon — the Milodon was a
                                                                        prehistoric ground-dwelling sloth, Paine Towers National Park,
DAY ONE — PUERTO MONTT
                                                                        and Grey Lake — walk 30 minutes to view one of the world’s
Travel the Petrohue River Valley and view Petrohue Falls. Travel to
                                                                        largest glaciers LUNCH: At Hosteria Pehoe with views of Paine
the famed village of Frutillar, settled by German immigrants in the
                                                                        Towers ACCOMMODATIONS: Dinner and overnight lodging are
19th century. Tour the German Settlers Museum and enjoy free
                                                                        again at your Puerto Natales hotel.
time in Puerto Varas. Take in views of South America’s third-largest
natural lake.
                                                                        DAY FOUR — PUERTO NATALES / PUNTA ARENAS
WHAT YOU VISIT: Petrohue River, Frutillar — timbered buildings          After a breakfast buffet board your coach for the drive to Punta
with gabled roofs give this village the feel of Germany’s Black         Arenas. Visit the penguin rookery at Otway Sound and tour the
Forest, German Settlers Museum and Puerto Varas — Chile’s               Patagonia Institute. This outdoor museum features antique cars
“City of Roses” LUNCH: In a lakeside restaurant in Puerto Varas         and historical photos. Explore the Regional Museum before
WHAT YOU SEE: Lake District, farms with German-style buildings,         rejoining your ship.
Mt. Osorno and Lake Llanquihue
                                                                        WHAT YOU VISIT: Penguin rookery, Patagonia Institute and
                                                                        Regional Museum PHOTO STOPS: La Cruz Hill — views of Punta
DAY TWO — PUERTO MONTT / PUNTA ARENAS / PUERTO NATALES
                                                                        Arenas and Strait of Magellan and Hernando de Magallanes
After an American-style buffet breakfast and check out, transfer to
                                                                        Monument LUNCH: A picnic-style box lunch WHAT YOU SEE:
the airport for your flight to Punta Arenas. Travel north to Estancia
                                                                        Patagonian steppe, rare condors, elusive rheas and Otway Sound
Olga Teresa, a traditional Patagonian sheep ranch. After lunch,
continue to Puerto Natales, gateway to Paine National Park and
your hotel.
WHAT YOU VISIT: Estancia Olga Teresa WHAT YOU DO:
Watch sheep-shearing and sheep dog demonstrations and
traditional rodeo LUNCH: Barbecue lunch at the estancia
ACCOMMODATIONS: Dinner and overnight lodging at your hotel
in Puerto Natales




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                                    Punta Arenas
                                    Punta Arenas lies atop rolling hills, looking out over the Strait of Magellan. In the
                                    days before the Panama Canal, this was a major port as ships plied the waters of
                                    Cape Horn. Punta Arenas remains a prosperous town today, thanks to its rich
                                    natural resources. The city is also the gateway to Chilean Patagonia, a maze of
                                    fjords, rivers, steppes, and mountains to the north. To the south lies the great
                                    frozen mass of Antarctica. Adventure awaits in any direction at this port located
                                    near the end of the earth.



THINGS TO SEE AND DO IN AND AROUND PUNTA ARENAS
Regional Museum – The museum is housed in the                         Pioneer Cemetery – The history of Punta Arenas can also
Braun-Menéndez Mansion, built in 1906 by French architect             be seen at this cemetery featuring elaborate mausoleums.
Antoine Beaulier. The exhibits chronicle the settlement and
development of the region.                                            Fort Bulnee – The first Chilean settlement in Patagonia was
                                                                      founded in 1843 and had only 21 colonists. The re-creation
Patagonia Institute – The highlights at this outdoor museum           of this hilltop fort offers sweeping views over the Strait of
include replicas of pioneer houses, antique cars, and a               Magellan.
gallery of historical photographs dating to 1905.


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  First-Time Visitor
PUNTA ARENAS CITY TOUR & FORT BULNES                                  PUNTA ARENAS CITY SIGHTS
PUQ-100              Approx. 7 hours / $169                 2m        PUQ-130               Approx. 3 hours / $49               2s
Take in the sights on a narrated drive. Tour the Maggiorino           Explore Punta Arenas on a narrated drive that focuses on the
Borgatello Museum, housed in a 19th-century mansion. View the         city’s history. Tour the Maggiorino Borgatello Museum, housed in
pioneer houses, antique cars and historic photographs at the          a 19th-century mansion. View the antique cars and old photos at
Patagonia Institute. Visit a reconstruction of the first Chilean      the Patagonia Institute. Wander among the mausoleums at the
settlement in Patagonia.                                              Pioneer Cemetery.
WHAT YOU VISIT: Maggiorino Borgatello Museum, Patagonia               WHAT YOU VISIT: Maggiorino Borgatello Museum, Patagonia Insti-
Institute, Pioneer Cemetery and Fort Bulnes — first Chilean           tute and Pioneer Cemetery PHOTO STOPS: La Cruz Hill — views
settlement in Patagonia PHOTO STOPS: La Cruz Hill — views of          of the Straits of Magellan and Magellan Monument SHOPPING:
the Strait and Magellan Monument LUNCH & ENTERTAINMENT:               In the central plaza WHAT YOU SEE: Braun-Menéndez Mansion
Barbecue at a local hosteria accompanied by a horse-breaking          — home of the Regional Museum, central plaza and Fort Bulnes
demonstration WHAT YOU SEE: Plaza de Armas                            — first Chilean settlement

PATAGONIA ESTANCIA
PUQ-105            Approx. 8½ hours / $149                  2m          Art and History
Visit a living museum dedicated to Chile’s baqueanos, the sheep
ranchers who settled Patagonia. See historic farm machinery still
                                                                      PIONEER DAYS IN PUNTA ARENAS
in use today. Watch sheep shearing and sheep herding demon-           PUQ-290                  Approx. 4 hours / $99                   1
strations. Other options include hiking and horseback riding.
WHAT YOU VISIT: Traditional estancia — founded over 100 years         Tour Punta Arenas and visit an historic homestead decorated with
ago WHAT YOU DO: Tour the estancia and watch sheep farming            colonial furniture. Take in the smithy, see the old “cellar” — for
demonstrations — optional hiking and horseback riding PHOTO           storing potatoes and dates when refrigeration was not available.
STOPS: La Cruz Hill and Magellan monument LUNCH: Barbecue             Dioramas and a video re-create the days of Punta Arenas’ pioneers.
lunch with wine at the estancia WHAT YOU SEE: Riesco Island and       WHAT YOU VISIT: Estancia Rio Los Ciervos PHOTO STOPS: La
Punta Arenas city sights                                              Cruz Hill — views of the Straits of Magellan, Pioneer Cemetery
                                                                      — a tombstone marks the grave of the last Ona Indian and
                                                                      Hernando de Magallanes Monument REFRESHMENTS: Pisco
                                                                      Sour along with empanadas or home-made bread WHAT YOU
                                                                      SEE: Braun-Menéndez mansion and Punta Arenas’ city sights

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  Active Minded                                                         Scenic and Nature
PUNTA ARENAS WALKING TOUR                                             OTWAY SOUND PENGUIN COLONY
PUQ-380                Approx. 3 hours / $89                   3      PUQ-250                Approx. 4 hours / $59                     2
Experience Punta Arenas on a guided walking tour. Tour the            Visit Otway Sound, the site of a remote colony of Magellanic
Regional Museum, housed in a 19th- century mansion. View the          penguins. The largest species of warm-water penguins is named
Magellan Monument in the central plaza, and enjoy free time to        after Magellan, who in 1519 was the first European to see one.
shop for souvenirs. Tea is served at the exclusive Union Club.        WHAT YOU VISIT: Otway Bay Penguin Reserve WHAT YOU DO:
WHAT YOU VISIT: Punta Arenas and Regional Museum — housed             Walk approximately 1 mile along an exposed, uneven shoreline
in 19th-century Braun-Menéndez Mansion WHAT YOU DO: Stroll            path to the penguin burrows WHAT YOU SEE: Penguins awaiting
from the pier to the city center SHOPPING: Shop for souvenirs and     their mates, Patagonian sheep ranches and possible wildlife
crafts at the central plaza REFRESHMENTS: Tea and finger              including guanacos, rheas, wild geese and flamingos
sandwiches at the elegant and exclusive Union Club — a small
ensemble performs classical music during tea                          MAGDALENA ISLAND PENGUIN RESERVE

PATAGONIA TREK AND ANDEAN CLUB
                                                                      PUQ-252             Approx. 5½ hours / $139                      3
PUQ-382               Approx. 3½ hours / $79                   3      A chartered ferry cruises to one of Chile’s largest penguin colonies.
                                                                      Located on Magdalena Island, the rookery was declared a natural
Travel to the Andean Club, Punta Arenas’s premier ski club. Ride a    monument in 1982.
chair lift 4,500 feet up the slopes and then descend the mountain     WHAT YOU VISIT: Magdalena Island WHAT YOU DO: Approximately
with your professional guide. The mountainside offers stunning        two-hour cruise through the Straits of Magellan and approximately
views of Patagonia and the Straits of Magellan.                       one hour spent observing the colony on Magdalena Island
WHAT YOU VISIT: Club Andino WHAT YOU DO: Visit this exclusive         WHAT YOU SEE: Magellanic penguins nesting in sandy burrows
ski club, ride a chair lift up the mountain and descend on a trek     and penguin chicks
with your professional guide REFRESHMENTS: Cookies and hot
chocolate at Club Andino WHAT YOU SEE: Patagonian trees called
coigues, lengas, and ñirres and views of Punta Arenas and the
Straits of Magellan

KAYAKING THE STRAITS OF MAGELLAN
PUQ-425            Approx. 3½ hours / $159                 3b
Follow in the wake of the great explorers on a kayak adventure
along one of the world’s most fabled bodies of water: The Straits
of Magellan.
WHAT YOU VISIT: Straits of Magellan WHAT YOU DO: Approximately
2½-hour guided roundtrip kayak from Catalina Bay to secluded
fisherman’s cove EQUIPMENT: Professional guides offer orienta-
tion, basic instruction and safety briefing for your two-man tandem
kayak REFRESHMENTS: Hot chocolate WHAT YOU SEE: Dramatic
seascape and island-studded straits




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                                    Rio de Janeiro
                                    “Passionate” best captures the wild beaut y and heady sensualit y that is Rio de
                                    Janeiro. For Rio is the Cidade Maravilhosa — the “Mar velous Cit y ” that throbs
                                    to a samba beat and revels in the hedonism of Carnival. There is no place on
                                    Ear th like Rio — as the cit y natives, the famed Cariocas, delight in telling you.
                                    The geographical facts read like dry dust: over five million souls live in the city;
                                    another four million live in the surrounding suburbs; the metropolis is the cultural
                                    center of Brazil. The reality is Rio: the white-sand beaches of Copacabana, the
                                    swaying palm trees, the immense statue of Christ the Redeemer and always the
                                    never-ending rhy thm of life lived with passionate intensity.



THINGS TO SEE AND DO IN AND AROUND RIO DE JANEIRO
Sugarloaf – This landmark is one of Rio’s two internationally         Rio de Janeiro Cathedral – The cathedral’s unique pyramidal
recognized symbols – and it offers stunning views of the              design features four massive, soaring stained glass windows.
city and its dazzling white-sand beaches.                             It can accommodate 20,000 worshipers.

Christ the Redeemer – Rio’s other symbol is this the                  Petropolis – The mountain retreat of Brazil’s last emperor,
125-foot-high statue of Christ on Corcovado Mountain,                 Petropolis’ old Imperial Palace was converted into a museum
literally embracing the city below in his open arms.                  in 1943. On display are the imperial crown jewels as well
                                                                      as fine china, furniture, paintings and tapestries from the
Copacabana, Ipanema & Leblon – Rio’s famed beachfront                 imperial court.
districts have long been celebrated in song – and have
lured movie stars and jet setters since the ’30s.


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  First-Time Visitor
BEST OF RIO                                                           CHRIST THE REDEEMER STATUE
GIG-100                        Approx. 8 hours / $199      3m         GIG-125                 Approx. 4 hours / $89                   3
Experience the sights and sounds of Brazil’s Cidade Maravilhosa.      French sculptor Paul Landownsky headed a team of artisans in
Ride a cable car to the top of Sugarloaf for a sweeping view of Rio   creating the 125-foot-tall statue of Christ the Redeemer. Board
and its white-sand beaches. Visit Rio’s other symbol, the statue of   a train and travel through the Tijuca Rainforest to the summit of
Christ the Redeemer on Corcovado Mountain. Enjoy Brazilian-style      Corcovado Mountain. The view from the statue’s main platform
barbecue at one of the city’s best churrascaria restaurants.          offers a breathtaking panorama of Rio de Janeiro.
WHAT YOU VISIT: Sugarloaf Mountain and Christ the Redeemer            WHAT YOU VISIT: Christ the Redeemer Statue WHAT YOU DO:
Statue — completed in 1931, the statue is, with Sugarloaf, one of     Travel by train to the top of the mountain and continue up
Rio’s symbols LUNCH: Brazilian barbecue at one of the city’s best     escalators to the main viewing platform WHAT YOU SEE: Tijuca
churrascaria restaurants WHAT YOU SEE: Downtown Rio, Cande-           rainforest and Rio’s famed Leblon, Ipanema and Copacabana
laria Church (1822), Sambodromo District — home to Carnival           beaches
parades, Opera House, Cariocan Square and Rio’s famed Leblon,
Ipanema and Copacabana beaches




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                                                                         Active Minded
RIO CITY TOUR AND SUGARLOAF                                            THE RIO JEEP TOUR
GIG-130                 Approx. 4 hours / $89                    2     GIG-500                              Approx. 4 hours / $99       2
Experience the sights and sounds of Brazil’s Cidade Maravilhosa        The green arbors of the Tijuca Rainforest lie within easy reach of
— the “Marvelous City.” Ride a cable car to the top of Sugarloaf       Rio. Explore this urban oasis on a 4WD safari that includes a guided
for views of Rio and its white-sand beaches. Visit the city’s          walk through the rainforest.
stunning, pyramid-shaped modern cathedral and see Rio’s                WHAT YOU VISIT: Tijuca National Park — 8,000 acres of rainforest
Copacabana Beach and the Sambodromo district, home to                  WHAT YOU DO: Travel to the park and transfer to military-style
Carnival parades.                                                      4WD vehicles for a guided ride through the park — includes a
WHAT YOU VISIT: Sugarloaf Mountain and Rio de Janeiro Cathe-           guided rainforest walk
dral — the cathedral’s conical shape is decorated with four
soaring stained glass windows PHOTO STOP: Copacabana Beach
WHAT YOU SEE: Downtown Rio with its high-rises and colonial
architecture, Candelaria Church (1822), Sambodromo District —            Evening Out
home to Carnival parades, Opera House and Cariocan Square
                                                                       SAMBA AND SUNSET ON SUGARLOAF
                                                                       GIG-270              Approx. 3 ½ hours / $129                    2
  Special Interest                                                     Experience the sights and sounds of Brazil’s Cidade Maravilhosa
                                                                       — the “Marvelous City.” Ride a cable car to the top of Sugarloaf for
PETROPOLIS                                                             sweeping views of Rio de Janeiro at sunset. Enjoy a capirinha —
GIG-205                         Approx. 7 hours / $129       2m        Brazil’s national drink — while being entertained to by a traditional
                                                                       samba group.
Step back in time to the 19th century on a visit to Petropolis, the    WHAT YOU VISIT: Sugarloaf Mountain REFRESHMENTS: Enjoy a
mountain retreat of Brazil’s last emperor. Tour the old Imperial       sunset capirinha — made with fermented sugar cane juice, sugar
Palace and view the imperial crown jewels as well as fine china,       and lime — while being entertained by a samba group PHOTO
furniture, paintings and tapestries from the imperial court. Enjoy     STOP: Copacabana Beach WHAT YOU SEE: Downtown Rio’s mix
a Brazilian-style barbecue at a typical churrascaria in Petropolis.    of high-rises and colonial architecture, Candelaria Church (1822),
WHAT YOU VISIT: Petropolis and Imperial Palace WHAT YOU DO:            Sambodromo District — home to Carnival parades, Opera House,
Guided tour of the imperial palace and gardens SHOPPING:               and Cariocan Square
Free time to browse for souvenirs LUNCH: Brazilian barbecue at
a typical churrascaria WHAT YOU SEE: Rio-Petropolis Highway,
tropical valleys and hills, Petropolis’ rose-colored 19th-century
homes and Catedral de Sao Pedro de Alcantara where Brazil’s
last emperor is buried



  Easy Tour
EASY RIO
GIG-290                              Approx. 4 hours / $49       1
Take in all the color and excitement of this Cidade Maravilhosa on
a narrated drive designed for passengers who prefer to see the
city sights with little or no walking.
WHAT YOU VISIT: Rio De Janeiro PHOTO STOPS: Cathedral
— modern pyramid, Sambodrombo — Carnival Stadium and
Sugarloaf, Ipanema and Copacabana beaches WHAT YOU SEE:
Downtown Rio’s high-rises and colonial architecture, Candelaria
Church (1822), Sambodromo District — site of Carnival parades,
Opera House, Cariocan Square, Flamingo Park, Botanic Garden
and Barra da Tijuca District




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                                      Santiago (Valparaiso)
                                      A bay bordered by steep hills, stately old Victorian homes, cable cars — no, it’s
                                      not San Francisco, California. Welcome to Valparaiso. Founded in 1536, and
                                      named af ter the bir thplace of conquistador Diego de Almagro, Valparaiso is
                                      Chile’s oldest cit y. It is also the gateway to Chile’s central valley and the capital
                                      of Santiago. With a population of over 5 million people, Santiago sprawls at the
                                      feet of the snow-capped Andes. The Maipo Valley, Chile’s internationally renowned
                                      wine district is a short drive to the south.



THINGS TO SEE AND DO IN AND AROUND VALPARAISO
San Cristobal Hill – A funicular travels to the summit of                 Fonck Museum – The museum features an extensive
Santiago’s highest peak, the site of a statue dedicated to                collection of pre-Columbian artifacts from Easter Island
the Immaculate Conception in 1908. The panorama takes                     and from the mainland, including Mapuche silver.
in Santiago, the surrounding countryside and the towering
Andes.                                                                    La Sebastiana – The Valparaiso home of Nobel Prize-
                                                                          winning poet Pablo Neruda boasts an astonishing range
Concha y Toro Winery – This internationally acclaimed                     of mementos collected during his life and travels.
estate in the Maipo Valley produces America’s second
most popular imported wine.                                               Isla Negra – Isla Negra features prominently in Neruda’s
                                                                          poetry. On display are Neruda’s exotic collection of sea-
Casablanca Valley – One of Chile’s new wine regions, the                  shells, nautical objects and personal mementos.
Casablanca Valley has won acclaim for its varietal wines.


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  First-Time Visitor                                                        Special Interest
EL MOLINO AND THE SIGHTS OF SANTIAGO                                      VALPARAISO, VIÑA DEL MAR AND SANTIAGO
VAP-100              Approx. 9 hours / $159                   1m          WITH LUNCH AT OLMUE
                                                                          VAP-120              Approx. 10 hours / $129               2m
Travel from the seashore to the foot of the Andes. View the sights of
Valparaiso before driving to Chile’s Central Valley. Tour a traditional   Experience the sights and sounds of Valparaiso on a narrated
horse farm and enjoy refreshments including empanadas and local           drive about town. Take in the view from 21 de Mayo Overlook. Stop
wine. Take in the major sights on a narrated drive of Santiago, from      at Plaza Sotomayor, the city’s central square. Drive to the seaside
the Plaza de Armas to San Cristobal Hill.                                 resort of Viña del Mar, home to an immense floral clock. Take in
WHAT YOU VISIT: El Molino Horse Farm — tour a traditional horse           the major sights on a narrated drive of Santiago, from the Plaza de
farm and enjoy refreshments and San Cristobal Hill — Santiago’s           Armas to San Cristobal Hill.
highest peak PHOTO STOPS: 21 de Mayo — views of Valparaiso,               WHAT YOU VISIT: Olmue — a protected World Heritage Site
Plaza de Armas — heart of colonial Santiago and La Moneda                 PHOTO STOPS: Los Cerros or El Plan Alto Overlook — views of
Palace LUNCH: At a restaurant on San Cristobal Hill WHAT YOU              Valparaiso’s hills, Victorian houses, and cable cars WHAT YOU SEE:
SEE: Valparaiso, seaside resort of Viña Del Mar, Chile’s Central          Plaza Sotomayor, Naval Headquarters building, Monument to the
Valley and Santiago’s historical sights                                   Heroes of Iquique, Victorian houses and cable cars and Vina Del
                                                                          Mar’s giant floral clock, Santiago’s cathedral and Plaza de Armas




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  Art and History
VALPARAISO,VIÑA DEL MAR AND FONCK MUSEUM                               SANTIAGO AND ACONCAGUA VALLEY WINERY
VAP-135                  Approx. 3 hours / $39                  1      VAP-117            Approx. 9 hours / $179                  2m
Experience the sights and sounds of Valparaiso on a narrated           Travel to the foot of the Andes on a scenic drive that takes in
drive about town. Take in the view from 21 de Mayo Overlook. Stop      the sights of Santiago, from the historic Plaza de Armas to San
at Plaza Sotomayor, the city’s central square. Drive to the seaside    Cristobal Hill. In the Aconcagua Valley pause for a tour and lunch
resort of Viña del Mar, home to an immense floral clock. Tour the      at Errazuriz Winery.
Fonck Museum and view its collection of Mapuche silver.                WHAT YOU VISIT: Errazuriz Winery PHOTO STOP: Plaza de Armas
WHAT YOU VISIT: Fonck Museum — pre-Columbian artifacts                 — heart of colonial Santiago and La Moneda Palace LUNCH: At a
from Easter Island and the mainland including Mapuche silver           the Errazuriz Winery WHAT YOU SEE: Santiago city sights including
PHOTO STOP: 21 de Mayo Overlook — views of Valparaiso’s hills,         Presidential Palace, Club Hipico racetrack, O’Higgins Park and
Victorian houses, and cable cars WHAT YOU SEE: Plaza Sotomayor,        Constitution Square
Naval Headquarters building, Monument to the Heroes of Iquique,
Victorian houses and cable cars and Vina Del Mar’s giant floral
clock, summer Presidential Palace and Casino
                                                                         Active Minded
  Food and Beverage                                                    VALPARAISO IN DEPTH
                                                                       VAP-140                             Approx. 4 hours / $89      2
SANTIAGO AND CONCHA Y TORO WINERY                                      Experience the best of Valparaiso. Ride two of the city’s famous
VAP-105            Approx. 9 hours / $139                   2m         cable cars. Visit the Naval Museum that depicts a wide range of
                                                                       naval memorabilia, and paintings that represent the most heroic
Travel to the foot of the Andes on a scenic drive that takes in        moments of Chilean naval history. Take in views of the city and its
the sights of Santiago, from the historic Plaza de Armas to San        hills from 21 de Mayo Overlook and stop for refreshments at Cerro
Cristobal Hill. Continue to the Maipo Valley for a tour and tasting    Alegre Square.
at Concha y Toro winery. Founded in 1883, the renowned winery          WHAT YOU VISIT: Naval Museum WHAT YOU DO: Ride two of the
produces one of America’s most popular imported wines.                 city’s cable cars PHOTO STOP: 21 de Mayo Overlook — views of
WHAT YOU VISIT: Concha y Toro Winery and San Cristobal Hill —          Valparaiso’s hills, Victorian houses and cable cars and Cerro
Santiago’s highest hill offers panoramic city views PHOTO STOP:        Polanco Funicular REFRESHMENTS: At Cerro Alegre Square WHAT
Plaza de Armas — heart of colonial Santiago and La Moneda              YOU SEE: Victorian houses and cable cars, Plaza Sotomayor, Naval
Palace LUNCH: At a restaurant in the Maipo wine country                Headquarters, Iquique Monument, financial district, Public Library
WHAT YOU SEE: Santiago city sights including Presidential Palace,      and Stock Exchange
Club Hipico racetrack, O’Higgins Park and Constitution Square

CASABLANCA VALLEY AND SANTIAGO
VAP-107             Approx. 9 hours / $159                  2m
Cross the Coast Range and travel to the Casablanca Valley, home
to new wineries and traditional horse farms. Tour a leading estate
and taste its wines. Visit Puro Caballo for a display of traditional
Chilean cowboy skill — and a Chilean-style rodeo. After lunch
continue to Santiago for a narrated drive of the city sights.
WHAT YOU VISIT: Casablanca Valley Winery — tour and tasting,
Puro Caballo — rodeo is Chile’s national sport PHOTO STOPS: In
Santiago include Plaza de Armas and La Moneda Palace LUNCH:
Chilean cuisine at Puro Caballo WHAT YOU SEE: Coast range,
Casablanca Valley and Santiago sights including the Palacio de
la Real Audiencia, Presidential Palace, Club Hipico racetrack,
O’Higgins Park and Constitution Square




                                                16 • VALPARAISO, CHILI | princess.com
                                    Ushuaia                                   (Tierra del Fuego)
                                    Magellan called it Tierra del Fuego, “the Land of Fire,” having seen flames rising
                                    from the darkened islands. For over three centuries, the name struck fear in the
                                    hear ts of mariners. Howling headwinds, mountainous seas and rocky coastlines
                                    spelled a sudden end to many voyages. Today, Ushuaia, a former whaling station
                                    and Argentine penal colony, serves as your gateway to this wilderness where
                                    snow-capped mountains plummet to the icy waters of the Beagle Channel.



THINGS TO SEE AND DO IN AND AROUND USHUAIA
Tierra del Fuego National Park – The park’s mountains,               Ensenada Bay – This scenic point in Tierra del Fuego
old growth forest, and wildlife attract visitors from around         National Park offers beautiful views of the Beagle Channel
the world.                                                           and beyond.

Beagle Channel – Sea lions bask in the cold waters of this           Tierra Mayor Nature Reserve – Located a half-hour drive
channel named after Darwin’s ship. Seal and Bird Islands             northeast from Ushuaia, the reserve is home to a Lenga
are home to elephant seals, sea lions, and many species of           forest, peat bogs and beaver dams.
marine birds. The channel is dotted with islets and lined
with mountain peaks.

Southernmost Railway – This narrow-gauge locomotive
retraces the route used by the inmates of the island’s penal
colonies (the last one closed in 1947).


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  First-Time Visitor                                                    Special Interest
BEAGLE CHANNEL WILDLIFE CRUISE                                        SOUTHERNMOST RAILWAY AND ENSENADA BAY
USH-100               Approx. 2½ hours / $69                    1     USH-127           Approx. 2½ hours / $119 1 s

Board a motorized catamaran for a voyage through the Beagle           Ride a narrow-gauge train — “the southernmost railway in the
Channel. Seal and Bird Islands are home to sea lions and many         world” — on a trip through Tierra del Fuego National Park. The
species of marine birds. View historic Les Eclaireurs lighthouse,     train retraces the route used by the inmates of the island’s penal
rugged islands and soaring mountains.                                 colonies (the last one closed in 1947). Take in stunning views of
WHAT YOU VISIT: Beagle Channel — named after Darwin’s ship            Beagle Channel from Ensenada Bay.
WHAT YOU DO: Approximately two-hour cruise — a naturalist             WHAT YOU DO: Ride a narrow-gauge train through Tierra del
provides narration on the channel’s wildlife and Ushuaia’s history    Fuego National Park PHOTO STOP: Ensenada Bay SHOPPING:
WHAT YOU SEE: Islands and islets, Mount Olivia, Estancias Fique       Souvenir shop at the train station WHAT YOU SEE: Pipo River,
and Tunnel, Mount Escapado and historic Les Eclaireurs light-         Canadon del Toro and the park’s old growth forest
house WILDLIFE: Sea lions and many species of marine birds

SCENIC USHUAIA AND MOUNTAIN DRIVE
USH-125                Approx. 4 hours / $54                    1
Explore the beauty of Tierra Del Fuego’s rugged mountains in this
scenic drive to Lago Escondido —“Hidden Lake.”
WHAT YOU DO: Narrated scenic drive through the Alvear Moun-
tains PHOTO STOP: Hidden Lake — crystalline alpine lake in the
Alvear range REFRESHMENTS: Tea and finger sandwiches WHAT
YOU SEE: Ushuaia — your guide narrates the city’s history, Olivia
River Valley, Carbajal Valley, Alvear range and Garibaldi Pass —
scenic views of Lago Escondido




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  Active Minded
TIERRA MAYOR NATURAL RESERVE TREK                                      4X4 OFF-ROAD SAFARI: THE LUMBERJACK TRAIL
USH-382               Approx. 3½ hours / $49                    3      USH-500                  Approx. 4 hours / $99                3
Travel to the Tierra Mayor Natural Reserve for an approximately        Explore the Tierra Mayor Valley on a 4WD safari. The adventure
two-hour guided trek through an old-growth Lenga forest.               begins when you go off road, traveling a narrow footpath once
The sights range from beaver dams and peat bogs to dramatic            used by mountain lumberjacks. Stop at the woodcutter’s small
views of the Five Cascades Mountains.                                  cabin. Take an approximately 40-minute guided hike through the
WHAT YOU VISIT: Tierra Mayor Natural Reserve WHAT YOU DO:              refuge for views of Lenga forest, peat bogs and beaver dams.
Meet your guide at Refugio Nunatak and set out on a two-hour           WHAT YOU VISIT: Tierra Mayor Natural Reserve WHAT YOU DO: Go
guided hike REFRESHMENTS: Tea, coffee or maté with cakes on            off-roading on an old lumberjack footpath and guided 40-minute
your return to Refugio Nunatak WHAT YOU SEE: Lenga forest, peat        hike WHAT YOU SEE: Lenga forest, peat bogs, beaver dams and
bogs, beaver dams and views of the Five Cascades Mountains             views of the Five Cascades Mountains

CANOE ADVENTURE IN TIERRA DEL FUEGO
NATIONAL PARK                                                            Scenic and Nature
USH-425            Approx. 4 ¾ hours / $129                3b
                                                                       DRIVE TO THE “END OF THE WORLD”
Travel to Lake Roca in Tierra del Fuego National Park for an
approximately 1 1/2-hour canoe trip down the scenic Lapataia           USH-130                  Approx. 4 hours / $69                1
River to Lapataia Bay.
                                                                       A drive through Tierra del Fuego National Park brings you to the
WHAT YOU VISIT: Tierra del Fuego National Park WHAT YOU DO:            end of the world’s longest stretch of road — the Pan American
Meet your guides, receive your canoe equipment and attend a            Highway.
brief safety orientation — then set off on an approximately 1 ½-hour
paddle WHAT YOU SEE: Old growth forest, Lapataia River, Lapataia       WHAT YOU VISIT: Tierra del Fuego National Park WHAT YOU DO:
Bay and Cormorant Islands                                              Narrated scenic drive to the end of the Pan American Highway
                                                                       WHAT YOU SEE: Pipo River, Ensenada Bay, Mount Susana, the park’s
                                                                       old growth forest — devastated by the introduction of beavers to
                                                                       the region and terminus of the Pan American Highway — some
                                                                       11,987 miles (17,845 km) from its beginnings in Alaska




                                               18 • USHUAIA, ARGENTINA | princess.com
  Special Information
CONDITIONS                                                                SHOPPING
In selling tickets (including coupons or vouchers) or otherwise           Where possible, time for shopping has been allowed within the
promoting or making arrangements for Shore Excursions —                   framework of some excursions. However, excursions are not
whether for air, land or local water transportation; tours; sports or     primarily designed for shopping, and time allowed for this
any other recreational activities; shore accommodations or meals          purpose may be limited.
or for any service, facility or activity other than onboard Princess’
cruise ships – Princess acts only as agent for the inde pendent           REFUNDS
tour operator supplying such excursions or services. Participation        No refunds can be made on any ticket, coupon or voucher unless
by a passenger in Shore Excursions is conditioned upon such               notice of cancellation is given before the closing date indicated
passenger’s acceptance of the terms and conditions set forth in           on the booking form for the excursions involved. The times when
the Passage Contract contained in the Cruise Ticket, the Shore            bookings will close will be published onboard. In the event of any
Excursion Ticket and, depending on the activity, other documents          excursion being canceled for reasons beyond our control, a full
which, among other things, expressly release Princess from any            refund will be made. However, should any excursion have to be
liability for such participation. Participation may also be subject to    abandoned through force majeure or difficulties en route, the best
the independent tour operators’ own terms and conditions.                 possible refund will be arranged according to the circumstances.

EXCURSION TIMINGS                                                         TRANSPORTATION
Departure times for each tour will be listed on the Shore Excursions      Passengers should appreciate that standards of transport vary
Order Form, which you will receive onboard. These have been               considerably throughout the world.
published according to information from our Agents, but are               Air-conditioned coaches are not available in many areas, and in some,
subject to change should the vessel’s arrival time at any port be         local buses are the best available. Cars or taxis are also used at some
delayed, or the itinerary for any particular excursion be amended.        ports where coach or bus transportation is not available or limited.
Prior to arrival at each port-of-call, the depar ture times of each       Where excursions are operated by car, four to eight passengers are
excursion will be confirmed in the Princess Patter. Please note that      allocated to each car. Passengers wishing to travel with friends should
the time shown will be the time the last tour vehicle leaves the pier.    all leave the ship together, as this will help the Tour Staff to allocate
Passengers are requested to report to the specified departure             them space in the same vehicle. For the comfort of all passengers,
location (either onboard ship or pierside) at the designated time,        smoking is prohibited aboard the sightseeing vehicles.
as delay on your part can interfere with the pleasure of your fellow
passengers.                                                               WITHDRAWAL OF TOURS
                                                                          The Tour Operator reserves the right to withdraw any excursion
EXCURSIONS WITH LIMITED PARTICIPATION                                     through lack of demand and to make any alterations that they may
Shore Excursions may be purchased in advance of your cruise               deem advisable for the comfort of the passengers, bearing in mind
departure online or onboard ship on a first-come, first-served            the convenience and best interest of each group.
basis. Many of our excursions have limited participation and
reservation forms will be processed in the order received. When           ECOLOGY & ENVIRONMENT
excursions are fully subscribed, additional requests will be placed       It is our policy to maintain a positive and proactive position in relation
on a waiting list in the order received.                                  to the environment. We realize that there is much work to be done to
                                                                          achieve our company goals.
PERSONAL POSSESSIONS
                                                                          To this end we are continually striving to increase awareness of any
Coats, wraps, umbrellas, cameras, handbags, traveling bags and            environmental issues that are likely to affect any of the excursions we
similar personal articles remain at all times through the tour under      offer. We work closely with our local agents to convey any environmen-
the passenger’s custody and control. Be careful that you do not           tal messages in our shore excursion programs and therefore ask you
leave your possessions unattended at any time in the car or coach         to support us in our efforts by respecting the cultures, customs and
in which you are traveling.                                               environmental issues of the various destinations we visit.

PRICES
The prices for Shore Excursions are in U.S. Dollars; are subject to
change without notice; are per adult, per child or in some cases
per vehicle. All quotations made include conveyance according to
the itinerary and, where applicable, meals, refreshments, guides
and entrance fees, unless otherwise stated. Children, other than
infants in arms, will be charged full fare unless noted otherwise.




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