Guests opting for the Easter Island & Santiago Explorer Cruisetour will be able to visit Easter Island (Image: Arian Zwegers)
Norwegian Cruise Line has developed three new South American Cruisetours for guests sailing on Norwegian Sun’s South America itineraries this November.
Available pre- or post-cruise, the new land-based tours range from three to five days in length and are hosted by English-speaking local tour guides.
Guests can opt for a three-day Tour & Tango Cruisetour in Buenos Aires, Argentina. They will overnight in the city, tour its landmarks, dine in local restaurants, attend an evening dinner and tango show and enjoy a tango lesson from professional dancers.
Alternatively, guests can opt for a five-day Buenos Aires & Iguazú Falls Eco-Explorer Cruisetour, which includes a three-night excursion through Buenos Aires. While in the city, guests will be able to watch a traditional gauchos and horses show and enjoy an Argentine barbeque at the 19th century El Rosario de Areco ranch. Guests will then take a short flight to Iguazú for a two-day eco-tour of the area’s waterways, a visit to the Aborigene Guaraní community and more.
Norwegian has also developed a five-day Easter Island & Santiago Explorer Cruisetour in Chile, which includes a three-day visit to see the moai statues and Orongo ceremonial village on Easter Island. Guests will also overnight in Santiago in Chile and enjoy a tour of pre-Colombian cathedrals and monuments, as well as modern residential areas.
Norwegian Sun will sail 14-day South America itineraries between 21 November 2015 and 9 April 2016. The ship will offer alternate eastbound and westbound voyages between Santiago and Buenos Aires in Argentina, enabling guests to visit various destinations including Montevideo in Uruguay, the Falkland Islands and the Strait of Magellan.