$3499 – USA to Chile Cruise via Mexico & Peru inc Flights
This cruise comes with a free upgrade to the Oceanview cabin
Save up to $1287 on the cost of putting this glamorous cruise holiday together yourself. Combining a two-night stay in Los Angeles, a 17-night cruise down Mexico's coast and on through Costa Rica, Peru and Chile, followed by a three-night stay in the cosmopolitan Chilean capital of Santiago, this package is now available for $3499 per person, including international flights.
- Return flights from Sydney, Brisbane or Melbourne
- Two-night stay in Los Angeles
- 17-night cruise onboard Emerald Princess in an Inside cabin
- Free upgrade to an Oceanview cabin (limited availability)
- Cruise from Los Angles to Santiago calling at Cabo San Lucas, Puntarenas, Lima, and more
- Three-night stay in Santiago
- All meals and entertainment on board the cruise
- Add a five-night pre-Hawaiian stay from $149
The above price is per person, twin share, based on a 1 December departure from Sydney, Brisbane or Melbourne. Fly from Adelaide for $100; Perth for an extra $250.
Your holiday will begin with two nights in Los Angeles, home to streets fringed with palm trees, that Hollywood sign, golden beaches, a diverse food scene and a vibrant culture. After boarding the Emerald Princess, you will cruise down to Cabo San Lucas in Mexico. While there, take a dip in the blue waters or go snorkelling, parasailing, kitesurfing, diving or fishing. Other trip highlights as you cruise down to Santiago might include drinking a Pisco Sour - Peru's national drink - in Lima, sampling a seafood empanada at one of the many restaurants along the coast of La Serena or admiring the sunset as you cruise into the vibrant city of Santiago, where you'll spend your final three nights.
For the full itinerary, click here.
Cruise Critic scores Emerald Princess an impressive 4.5 out of 5, praising the "friendly crew, well-crafted shore tours and improved speciality dining". The ship was refurbished at the end of 2015; on board the entertainment options include an outdoor movie theatre, bars, restaurants and casinos. Well-known chef Curtis Stone has a restaurant on board, too, called Share.