Buenos Aires to Rio de Janeiro Luxury Cruise
March 16 - 29, 2014 • From $3,999
per person double occupancy (Including airfare)
SPECIAL PRICE REDUCTION: 2-FOR-1 CRUISE FARES WITH FREE AIRFARE AND BONUS $2,000 SAVINGS PER STATEROOM IF BOOKED BY JULY 17, 2013
MAR 16 Depart for Argentina
MAR 17 BUENOS AIRES, ARGENTINA
Begin your South American luxury cruise in the capital of Argentina, an international city with a European flavor. Dubbed the “Paris of South America,” Buenos Aires boasts superb cuisine, chic boutiques, inviting cafes and the world’s widest boulevard. Overnight on ship.
MAR 18 BUENOS AIRES, ARGENTINA
MAR 19 MONTEVIDEO, URUGUAY
Arrive 8AM–Depart 7PM
While it is a major port and Uruguay’s capital, Montevideo retains a comfortable, small town feel. On the north shore of the Rio de la Plata, or Silver River, the capital celebrates a historic Old City, intriguing architecture and miles of beach.
MAR 20 PUNTA DEL ESTE, URUGUAY
Arrive 8AM–Depart 5:30PM
Elegant and glamorous, Punta del Este has earned its reputation as South America’s St-Tropez. Popular with celebrities and anyone who enjoys expansive stretches of sparkling waterfront, this resort town also features public art and scenic walks.
MAR 21 RIO GRANDE, BRAZIL
Arrive 10AM–Depart 6PM
The charming Portuguese seaport of Rio Grande, established in 1737, is one of Brazil’s most important trading centers and boasts what many call the longest beach in the world. The city is home to gracious squares, lovely old Portuguese architecture and the state’s oldest cathedral, the 18th-century Cathedral São Pedro, built in the magnificent Baroque style.
MAR 22 CRUISING THE ATLANTIC OCEAN
MAR 23 PORTO BELO, BRAZIL
Arrive 8AM–Depart 4PM
One of the best kept secrets of Brazil, Porto Belo was a quaint fishing village until just a few decades ago. Rediscovered by vacationing Brazilians, the town of Porto Belo is still small, but nearby waterfront communities beckon and the pristine beaches are irresistible.
MAR 24 SÃO PAULO (SANTOS), BRAZIL
Arrive 8AM–Depart 6PM
A bustling metropolis rich with cultural attractions and replete with skyscrapers, the capital of the state of São Paulo is noted for its cuisine, music and shopping. This cosmopolitan city is home to renowned museums and art, while the lively port city of Santos showcases an extraordinary botanical garden.
MAR 25 PARATI, BRAZIL
Arrive 9AM–Depart 6PM
The impeccably preserved colonial architecture of Parati’s historic center and the absence of motorized vehicles on its cobblestone streets allow visitors to feel as though they have stepped back in time. Surrounding the town is a timeless tropical paradise.
MAR 26 ILHA GRANDE, BRAZIL
Arrive 8AM–Depart 5PM
Breathtakingly beautiful, this island without streets or avenues is a protected ecological area and is traversed by only foot, bike or boat. With fascinating and endangered species like the brown howler monkey and red-browed Amazon parrot, Ilha Grande is an impressive example of Brazil’s Atlantic Rainforest.
MAR 27 BUZIOS, BRAZIL
Arrive 9AM–Depart 6PM
Offering 20 unique and gorgeous beaches, this peninsula was made famous by Brigitte Bardot’s extended visit in 1964. A former fishing village, this resort town also features fine cuisine and shopping.
MAR 28 RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL
Known affectionately as Rio, this thrilling city occupies what may be the most naturally beautiful area of any metropolis in the world. Surrounded by mountains, rainforests and captivating coastline, Rio de Janeiro celebrates its rich culture and is home to the famous Copacabana and Ipanema Beaches. Overnight on ship.
MAR 29 RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZI
Disembark and bid farewell to Regatta.
Shore excursions are not included. In each port of call you may select from a variety of optional shore excursions for an additional charge, some of which are referenced in the descriptions above. Go Next will offer a unique collection of Oceania Cruises shore excursions, available for purchase approximately four months prior to departure.
Oceania Cruises may modify the cruise itinerary up to and during the voyage. All air, cruise and land accommodations, local transportation, and optional shore excursions are arranged by Oceania Cruises, who may use other suppliers or providers to render the services.