Cruise Traveler’s Biggest, Longest, Best Value Trip Ever – Travel Weekly

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Australian small ship specialist Cruise Traveler has launched one of its largest, longest and most economical travel packages ever, offering air, cruise and 82-night luxury stay across the Pacific Ocean, from Darwin to Chile.

For bookings made by October 12, 2022, Cruise Traveler’s exclusive package with Silversea offers savings of $26,755 per person, free business class flights at the start and end of vacation, economy flights within South America , six nights of accommodation, and 10-day tours that include some of South America’s most iconic sites.

The all-inclusive, ultra-luxury voyage aboard the five-star, 144-passenger expedition vessel, silver explorerspans 68 nights and will include tropical islands in Indonesia, PNG, Solomon Islands, Fiji, Vanuatu, Tonga, Cook Islands, Pitcairn Island, Easter Island and Robinson Crusoe’s island in Chile, which housed an abandoned sailor for four years in the early 1700s, inspiring Daniel Defoe’s famous novel.

Cruise Traveler’s 82-night ‘Deeper Discoveries of the Pacific and South America’ begins September 11, 2023, with a complimentary business class flight from Sydney, Brisbane or Melbourne to Darwin for one night’s stay before guests embark silver explorer.

Colorful houses in Valparaíso, Chile (iStock/nikkafilms)

The ship has a gourmet restaurant and an open-air grill restaurant, two lounges, a panoramic library, a fitness center and spa, two hot tubs on the deck, 12 Zodiac boats for off-ship exploration and an expert expedition team.

The ship’s itinerary includes 55 destinations between Darwin and Valparaiso in Chile, including places few have heard of, such as the Auri Islands in Indonesia, the Fergusson Islands in PNG, the white sands and coconut palms of Euaiki Island in Tonga and the deserted Henderson Island near Pitcairn Island. , where the Bounty mutineers hid in the 18th century.

Also on the program, the famous stone statues of Easter Island and the postcard spectacle of Bora Bora in Tahiti and the turquoise lagoons of Aitutaki in the Cook Islands.

After disembarking in Chile, guests will begin a two-week air exploration of South America embracing the Inca ruins of the Sacred Valley and Machu Picchu in Peru, a luxury train journey through the Peruvian highlands aboard the famous Hiram Bingham train, awe-inspiring Iguassu Falls and the cultural flavors of Buenos Aires where guests can dance the tango, feast on Argentina’s signature meats and meet gauchos, or cowboys, in Argentinian ranches.

Cruise Traveler’s exclusive 82-night “Deeper Discoveries of the Pacific and South America” ​​package is available from A$93,595 per person, double occupancy, a savings of A$26,755.

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