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With the temples of the Sun and Moon as ultimate cultural high spots, embark for a colourful journey of pink beaches, rainbow fish and tropical birds.

Embark on a 19-night cruise, exploring seven countries in 19 days for far more than snapshots; while Zodiac tours, lush, varied National Parks and the eponymous Panama Canal make sure there is something for everyone. Days at sea allow for ample relaxation - before you reach Lima for the ultimate exploration of this fascinating region.

If that is not all, following your cruise enjoy luxury hotel stays in Cuzco and Lima, alongside tours to the Sacred Valley and visit the bucket-list icon - Machu Picchu - via rail on-board the stunning 1920s Hiram Bingham train.

10 October 2019 Fly from the UK to Miami. On arrival transfer to a 5-star hotel stay for a 1 night stay.
11 October 2019 Transfer from the hotel to Fort Lauderdale port and embark Silver Cloud.
12 October 2019 Harbour Island, Bahamas.
Harbour Island is a small slip of island, extending three miles from north to south and less than half a mile wide. Despite its small size it has about 1,700 residents and one incorporated town, Dunmore Town, named after the governor of the Bahamas John Murray, the 4th Earl of Dunmore (1785 to 1798 governorship). The island is known for its pink sand beaches – the pink comes from a microscopic organism (foraminifera) with a reddish-pink shell. Harbour Island charms every visitor, with its colourful Colonial houses and wild horses occasionally spotted running along the serene beaches.
13 October 2019 Conception Island, Bahamas.
Conception Island is an uninhabited island in the Bahamas, and a protected Bahamas National Land and Sea Park. The approximately three square-mile island is pristine, with idyllic powder white beaches and crystal-clear water. Conception Island is an important nesting location for seabirds and a hatching site for green sea turtles. Snorkelers and divers will see a wide array of tropical fish, among them Queen Anglefish, Nassau Groupers, Rainbow Parrotfish and Blue Tangs. Lucky visitors may get to see wild dolphin that frequent the area at times.
14 October 2019 Day at sea.
15 October 2019 Day at sea.
16 October 2019 Providencia Island, Columbia.
17 October 2019 San Andres Island, Columbia.
The San Andres and Providencia archipelago comprises Colombia's Caribbean islands, lying some 290 miles north of the South American coast. Palm-dotted San Andres is only eight miles long and two miles wide. It is noted for beautiful sand beaches, crystal-clear waters and good diving sites.
18 October 2019 Boca del Toro, Panama.
Translated as 'Mouths of the Bull', Bocas del Toro is both a province and an archipelago in the northwest Caribbean Sea in Panama. The archipelago contains 10 larger islands (including the main Isla Colon, where the town of Bocas del Toro is situated), 50 cays and 200 tiny islets. The region contains Isla Bastimentos National Marine Park, Panama’s first national marine park that covers over 32,000 acres and protects forests, mangroves, monkeys, sloths, caiman, crocodile and 28 species of amphibians and reptiles. The park also contains Playa Larga, an important nesting site for sea turtles. With all there is to see in this region, visitors should also pause to enjoy the pristine white beaches lined with palm trees that lie all along the surrounding clear waters of the Chiriqui Lagoon
19 October 2019 Colon, Panama.
The provincial capital of Colón, beside the canal's Atlantic entrance, is named for the Spanish-language surname of Christopher Columbus, though the Americans called it Aspinwall in the 19th century. It was once a prosperous city, as the architecture of its older buildings attests, but it spent the second half of the 20th century in steady decay.
20 October 2019 Panama Canal Transit, Panama.
21 October 2019 Day at sea.
22 October 2019 Quepos, Costa Rica.
Quepos allows tourists to experience a once-in-a-lifetime nature experience in Manuel Antonio National Park without leaving any of the familiar amenities behind. The close proximity of the park, located just 4.3 miles (7 km) to the south, and a wide array of services makes Quepos the perfect place to visit for those who wish to explore this enchanting area. Tourists visit for the world-class fishing, to explore the maze of wetlands or to gaze at the excellent wildlife on offer such as crocodiles, monkeys, herons and more.
23 October 2019 Golfito, Costa Rica.
Surrounded by tropical rainforest, Golfito provides an ideal location to escape from your hectic schedule and enjoy some of the most beautiful beaches in Costa Rica with a stunning backdrop of verdant hills and lush rainforest. Follow a trail through the densely forested Golfito National Wildlife Refuge to observe rare flora and fauna, and emerge at a scenic outlook with views of the ocean. The region was the main port on the South Pacific Coast of Costa Rica in the days when there was little except for the huge banana plantations. To help remedy the resulting economy decrease of the region, the government established a duty-free zone, support and impulse the touristic development.
24 October 2019 Day at sea.
25 October 2019 Isla de la Plata, Ecuador.
Isla de la Plata translates to ‘Island of Silver’, and the name was derived from the legend of swashbuckling pirate Sir Francis Drake’s buried silver treasure. The popular legend states that in the 16th century, hundreds of tons of silver and gold were never fully recovered and are still hidden on the island. The island was privately owned until 1979, when it was declared part of Ecuador’s Machalilla National Park. Best known for its fauna, which is amazingly similar to that of the Galapagos Islands, Isla de la Plata is a delightful place for birding, photography and long nature walks.
26 October 2019 Machala, Ecuador.
Several National Sanctuaries and Ecological Reserves found near Machala boast sun-drenched beaches and mangrove forests. Pelicans, frigatebirds, and egrets nest nearby as Blue-footed Boobies dive for fish further out to sea. Whales and dolphins can occasionally be seen in the vicinity. Machala, with a population of approximately 250,000 inhabitants, is moreover known for traditional Latin American foods from shrimp ceviche to fried bananas. In fact, bananas feature heavily in the culture as the city is also known as the “Capital of the Banana.
27 October 2019 Day at sea.
28 October 2019 Cruise Isla Lobos de Tierra, Peru.
Isla Lobos de Tierra and Lobos de Afuera are steep and rocky islands that protrude more than 200 feet from the surface of the deep blue Pacific. An abundant array of marine mammals and seabirds surround these two islands. Sea lions bask on the beach and hundreds of Blue-footed Boobies can be viewed ashore as well, while Peruvian Pelicans pass overhead. Lucky visitors may see the rare blue whale pass by these islands.
29 October 2019 Salaverry, Peru.
Located about nine hours north of Lima, Trujillo was founded in 1534 by the Spanish conquistador Pizarro. The attractive, colonial city retains much of its original charm with elegant casonas, or mansions, lining the streets. Nearby is Chan Chan, the ancient capital of the Chimú, a local Indian tribe who came under the rule of the Incas. The area has several other Chimú sites, some dating back about 1500 years. The region is also famous as the home of the Peruvian Paso horses, as well as excellent beaches offering world-class surfing and other water sports.
30 October 2019 Lima (Callao), Peru.
Disembark and transfer to Lima airport for a flight to Cuzco.
On arrival transfer to a 5-star hotel for a 4 night stay.
Cuzco is the centre of the Incan Empire, the place where the surroundings take you back to the past and allow you to see the ancient Andean culture for what it used to be. Explore this gateway to the Sacred Valley and enjoy village-dotted countryside, railways and high-altitude hamlets.
31 October 2019 Cuzco City Tour
Enjoy this tour beginning with the Temple of the Sun (also known as Caricancha, which was built by the Inca Pachacutec. Next head to the side streets of Loreto and Regocijo before returning to your hotel.
1 November 2019 Machu Picchu by Hiran Bingham Rail
Travel across the stunning scenery of Peru on-board the luxurious Hiram Bingham train. From Cuzco the train will take you to Machu Picchu - the 'Lost City of the Incas' - where you can enjoy witnessing the agricultural sights, remains of the this Incan city and view the Sacred Valley of Ollantaytambo. While on-board the train enjoy sitting in a 1920s-style carriage with a welcome drink, before being served a delicious brunch and a glass of South American wine to enjoy your journey. End with a cup of tea at Sanctuary Lodge, before boarding the train once more for your return journey during which you can head to the bar; listen to the live band; or enjoy the sunset from the Observation Deck - all before sitting down to a four-course dinner comprising Peruvian delicacies.
2 November 2019 Incas Sacred Valley Tour
Enjoy a private tour to the Sacred Valley, where you can visit some of the sites surrounding this mysterious civilisation. Discover the village of Pisac; uncover the riches of the royal city of Chinchero; or catch a glimpse of the flora and fauna across the stunning Andean landscape. During your tour, enjoy lunch at a traditional restaurant in Ollantaytambo.
3 November 2019 Transfer from the hotel to the airport for a flight to Lima.
On arrival transfer to a 5-star hotel for a 2 night stay.
4 November 2019 Explore Lima at your leisure
A charming capital comprising a history like no other, Lima is as diverse as she is delightful. Explore the metropolitan centre of Peru, uncover the cultures of this South American gem and trek through the countless national parks for beauty you have to see to believe.
5 November 2019 Transfer from the hotel to the airport for an overnight flight to the UK.

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