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    Let’s Take a Selfie - Lanzarote

    Arrecife, Lanzarote, Ilhas Canárias

    Duração: 5 h

    Capture the moment by taking the perfect selfie photo in Lanzarote! Instantly share your experience with family & friends on your favorite social media site as some of the stops might include Wi-Fi in real time. Your accompanying guide will help you choose the spot and how to take the best selfie photo including composition, posing, lighting etc. Capture the spirit of this incredible destination.


    Your tour begins with a scenic drive along the southwest coastline towards El Golfito. You will have designated selfie stops at:
    • El Golfito & Green Lake
    • Las Salinas
    • La Geria
    • Puerto Del Carmen


    End your picture-perfect day with a relaxing transfer back to the ship.


    O que é preciso saber:

    Note: The tour is not recommended to guests who utilize a wheelchair. Those guests with mobility concerns are cautioned to evaluate their personal level of ability and stamina. The order of sites visited may vary. Wear comfortable shoes, sunglasses and comfortable clothing. Bring your own fully charged cellphone or camera.
    • Adultos a partir de: R$ 253,76
    • Crianças a partir de: R$ 253,76
    DURAÇÃO 5 h
    NÍVEL DE ATIVIDADE 2
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    Go Local - Explore Montevideo Like a Local

    Montevidéu, Uruguai

    Duração: 4 h

    Experience Uruguay’s energetic capital like a local by browsing two popular markets and relaxing along La Rambla, the popular promenade that runs along the coast. Near the pier, you will find the Montevideo Agricultural Market, a National Heritage site affectionately known as MAM. The locals mostly come for the extraordinary fruits and vegetables, and many of the vendors will offer samples that will be indicative of Montevideo’s cuisine. You can also expect to be offered samples at the Ferrando Market, a much newer attraction packed with fine restaurants and shops selling gourmet products. Like MAM, it is an excellent venue for people-watching. Another candid glimpse at local life awaits you along La Rambla, the popular promenade that follows the coast. A favorite of walkers, runners and bicyclists, La Rambla is probably the ultimate place to take in the local life. To really live like a Uruguayan, try mate, a traditional caffeinated drink that is a national obsession.


    HIGHLIGHTS:
    • Browse two markets, one a National Heritage site, the other known for gourmet products.
    • Sample a variety of fresh produce and unusual dishes and treats at the markets.
    • Enjoy a slice of life by walking along La Rambla, Montevideo’s coastal promenade.

    O que é preciso saber:

    This tour includes about three hours of walking and standing with some inclines and cobblestone surfaces to negotiate. It is not available to wheelchair guests and may not be suitable for those with mobility concerns, who should evaluate their stamina and ability before joining the tour.

    • Adultos a partir de: R$ 616,26
    • Crianças a partir de: R$ 616,26
    DURAÇÃO 4 h
    NÍVEL DE ATIVIDADE 2
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    Go Local - Tenerife Secret Hideout

    Santa Cruz de Tenerife, Ilhas Canárias

    Duração: 5 h

    Explore the west coast of Tenerife, a gorgeous landscape of remote villages and banana plantations. Have privilege views over the fertile Orotava valley from the Humbold viewpoint. Over time, sugarcane, grapes and bananas became the dominant crops, and they are still harvested using traditional techniques. To completely understand how the crops are cultivated and packaged for export, you will tour a private banana plantation. The workers will describe the process before serving you a sampling of locally grown bananas and banana liqueur. On the way back to pier, stop at La Garañona Viewpoint, local´s favorite spot to take in the beauty of the sea and surrounding.


    HIGHLIGHTS:
    • Gain an understanding of how crops are harvested using traditional methods.
    • Watch bananas being cultivated for export at a plantation.
    • Visit an ancient garden hosting the largest orchid collection on the Island .
    • Sample several varieties of bananas and banana liqueur, which attest to the fruit’s diversity.

    O que é preciso saber:

    This tour includes about 2½ hours of walking and standing over some uneven surfaces. It is not available to wheelchair guests and may not be suitable for those with mobility concerns, who should evaluate their stamina and ability before joining the tour.

    • Adultos a partir de: R$ 616,26
    • Crianças a partir de: R$ 564,47
    DURAÇÃO 5 h
    NÍVEL DE ATIVIDADE 2
    • Lanche
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    Punta Ninfas & Penguins At El Pedral Lodge

    Puerto Madryn, Argentina

    Duração de 7 1/2 h

    Observe the abundant wildlife in the naturally beautiful Patagonian steppe, highlighted by a leisurely walk among a large colony of Magellanic penguins.


    After departing from the pier, you will settle in for an immensely scenic drive along the New Gulf and on to rugged Punta Ninfas on the Patagonian steppe. The vegetation here is shrubby, wind-blown and an ideal wildlife habitat. Gray fox, llama-like guanacas and various species of seabirds, including oystercatchers and albatrosses, are found in this dry landscape.


    Even so, penguins are the star attractions in this part of Patagonian, as you will discover from your base at El Pedral Lodge. Perched on a cliff, the lodge was built in 1904 and some of the period furnishing still remain, including the mahogany dining table.


    From here, you will head to a nearby Magellanic penguin rookery for an extended walk among these highly social birds. If you hear the penguins braying like donkeys, it is simply the way they seek mates.


    You can expect to see the penguins tottering about, tending to their young, interacting with each other, and perhaps hunting small fish just offshore. A group of penguins floating in the ocean is called a raft; a group on land is sometimes called a waddle because of their awkward walk.


    Later, you will walk through a ravine where you can observe fossils from the Cenozoic Era, estimated to be at least 30 million years old. Lunch at the lodge follows, after which you will return to the pier.


    O que é preciso saber:

    Note: This tour involves large amount of walking, approx. 2hs. The tour is not available to wheelchair guests and may not be suitable for those with mobility concerns who are cautioned to carefully evaluate their personal level of stamina and ability. Weather appropriate clothing; sun cap; sunglasses; and flat, comfortable walking shoes are recommended. Buses may not be air-conditioned and travel along bumpy, dusty roads.
    • Adultos a partir de: R$ 1.548,42
    • Crianças a partir de: R$ 1.548,42
    DURAÇÃO 7 1/2 h
    NÍVEL DE ATIVIDADE 3
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    Beagle Channel & Estancia Harberton

    Ushuaia, Argentina

    Duração: 6 h

    Cruise Beagle Channel, pausing for photos at islands populated with sea lions, cormorants and penguins, and then explore the first farm built in Argentine Tierra del Fuego.


    After departing from the pier, you will soon board a catamaran and sail into Beagle Channel, the strait that separates Argentina from Chile in the south. The waterway is named for the British ship HMS Beagle, in which Charles Darwin explored the area in 1833-1834.


    Islands dot the channel and the rocky coast is wild and wonderful with forests to the water’s edge and the southern Andes in the far distance. Few places on earth are so pristine and unaffected by what little civilization there is.


    Approaching Sea Lions’ Island, you will see dozens of the namesake mammals clustered on the rocks. The males are typically twice the size of the females and weigh nearly 800 pounds. While pausing for photos at nearby Bird Island, you will notice that the main inhabitants are Imperial Cormorants and Magellanic Cormorants, which are also known as rock shags.


    Les Eclaireurs Lighthouse is another photo-worthy site, as are the Magellanic penguins on the neighboring islands. These highly social birds will often come up to the catamaran, the perfect opportunity for a close up.


    Following this encounter, you will stop at Estancia Harberton, an 1886 farm in Argentine Tierra del Fuego with outbuildings and a family cemetery tucked into a nature reserve. Enjoy a boxed lunch here before boarding a coach for the journey back to the pier. Your scenic route will follow a winding course alongside the Lasifashaj River that flows within the Fuegian forest.


    O que é preciso saber:

    Note:
    • Adultos a partir de: R$ 1.444,85
    • Crianças a partir de: R$ 1.444,85
    DURAÇÃO 6 h
    NÍVEL DE ATIVIDADE 2
    • Refeição
    • Acessibilidade
    • Acessibilidade limitada
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    City Landmarks, Wine & Dance Performance

    Montevidéu, Uruguai

    Duração: 5 h

    Admire the architectural landmarks in downtown Montevideo and then enjoy a sampling of local wines while watching a culturally significant dance performance.


    After departing from the pier, you will soon arrive in the heart of downtown, passing architectural gems such as the Solis Theatre, Uruguay’s oldest theater. Nearby, you will pause for photos of Independence Square, where a statue of General José Gervasio Artigas, the father of Uruguay, stands by his mausoleum.


    Another photo stop awaits you at the Legislative Palace. This glorious neo-classical building was constructed nearly 100 years ago with more than 50 types of marble.


    You will also pass through the Obelisk of Montevideo, which celebrates the 100-year anniversary of the country’s first constitution, Batlle Park, a lovely urban greenscape named for Jose Batlle y Ordóñez, a former president of Uruguay. Here, you will see Centenario Stadium, site of the first World Cup soccer championship, and photo stop at “La Carreta,” a bronze sculpture that depicts the area’s 19th-century oxcart drivers.


    Then, head for the district of Cuchilla Pereira called “ The Wine Land “, about 20 minutes away from the city downtown area to Bodega Spinoglio, a real winery full of history funded in 1898. Following a tour of the grounds and old machinery museum, you will be treated to a tasting of national wines and delicious local snacks.


    To enhance your enjoyment, you will watch a performance that recreates the era in which the tango emerged in the Rio de la Plata. Dancers and Singers will make you feel you are being transported back in time and that are part of the Uruguayan history of the late 1800’s. After this uniquely Uruguayan experience, you will return to the pier.


    O que é preciso saber:

    Note: This tour includes approximately 30 minutes of guided walking plus any additional walking at the guests’ discretion during the photo stops. There will be some uneven and gravel surfaces to negotiate as well as a few steps at the winery. The tour is available to wheelchair guests who have a collapsible wheelchair, are able to make their own way on and off the coach and have an able-bodied companion to assist them. Those with mobility concerns are cautioned to carefully evaluate their personal level of stamina and ability. Weather appropriate clothing; sun cap; sunglasses; and flat, comfortable walking shoes are recommended. Guests must be at least 18 years of age to take part in the wine tasting.
    • Adultos a partir de: R$ 1.030,55
    • Crianças a partir de: R$ 958,05
    DURAÇÃO 5 h
    NÍVEL DE ATIVIDADE 2
    • Lanche
    • Acessibilidade
    • Acessibilidade limitada
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    Penguin Rookery Navigation

    Ushuaia, Argentina

    Duração de 4 1/2 h

    Observe the bountiful wildlife in Tierra del Fuego while cruising the Beagle Channel in a catamaran that will take you to islands full of seabirds, sea lions and Magellanic penguins.


    After departing from the pier, you will soon board a catamaran and sail into Beagle Channel, the strait that separates Argentina from Chile. The waterway is named for the HMS Beagle, in which Charles Darwin explored the area in 1833-1834.


    Islands dot the channel and the rocky coast is wild and wonderful with forests to the water’s edge and the southern Andes in the far distance. Few places on earth are so pristine and unaffected by what little civilization there is.


    Seabirds are abundant in most every direction. You may spot black-capped albatrosses, flocks of seagulls and grayish skuas, an aggressive bird that often attacks other birds in mid-air to steal the fish they have caught.


    Approaching Sea Lions’ Island, you will see dozens of the namesake mammals clustered on the rocks. The males are typically twice the size of the females and weigh nearly 800 pounds. While pausing for photos at nearby Bird Island, you will notice that the main inhabitants are Imperial Cormorants and Magellanic Cormorants.


    Les Eclaireurs Lighthouse is another photo-worthy site, as is the colony of Magellanic penguins on Martillo Island. These highly social birds will often come up to the catamaran as they hunt for cuttlefish and squid. It’s the perfect opportunity for a close up shot, after which you will return to the pier.


    O que é preciso saber:

    Note: This tour includes limited walking, primarily from the ship to where the catamaran will be berthed. While wheelchair guests who have a collapsible wheelchair, are able to make their own way on and off the catamaran and have an able-bodied companion to assist them are permitted on the tour, it may not be suitable as there are no wheelchair accessible restrooms on the catamaran. Guests with mobility concerns are cautioned to carefully evaluate their personal level of stamina and ability and those who are prone to motion sickness should take the appropriate measures prior to the start of the tour. Warm, layered clothing; a cap; sunglasses; and flat, sturdy walking shoes with a non-slip sole are recommended. The tour sequence may vary. The catamaran may be shared with the guests on the Beagle Channel & Estancia Harberton tour.
    • Adultos a partir de: R$ 823,41
    • Crianças a partir de: R$ 823,41
    DURAÇÃO 4 1/2 h
    NÍVEL DE ATIVIDADE 1
    • Acessibilidade limitada
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    Historical & Cultural Walking Tour

    Ilha Grande, Brasil

    Duração: 3 h

    Explore on foot the Portuguese-founded island of Ilha Grande, a bio-diverse wonderland that was once notorious as a pirate refuge, leper colony and Alcatraz-style prison.


    Departing from the pier on foot, you will soon be immersed in Ilha Grande State Park, a biological reserve established in 1971. Along the way, a guide will discuss the park’s flora and fauna, which includes colorful parrots, exotic hummingbirds and stout capybaras, the world’s largest rodent. Because the entire island is protected environmentally, it boasts one of South America’s most diverse ecosystems. Unfortunately, many of the animals are endangered.


    After pausing at the lovely San Sebastian church, you learn about Ihla Grande’s infamous past as an entry point for African slaves. Later, the island supported a leper colony and a political prison. The prison, known as the “devil’s cauldron,” is now in ruins. The guardhouse still stands though, and you will have the opportunity to take a photo there.


    Another photo opportunity awaits you at Black Beach, a beautiful stretch of sand that is black because it contains so much dark quartz. You will also have a bit of free time to stroll along the shore of Preta Beach before following a trail to Ilha Grande’s old aqueduct, a beautiful structure partially covered with tropical vines. If you desire, you might then take a refreshing dip in a nearby lake before walking back to the pier.


    O que é preciso saber:

    Note: This tour includes approximately 90 minutes of moderate to strenuous walking over uneven and natural surfaces in high temperatures. The tour is not available to wheelchair guests or those with mobility concerns. Participants should be in good physical condition. Light weight trousers; sun cap; sunglasses; sunscreen; insect repellant; a bottle of water from the ship; and flat, comfortable walking or hiking shoes are recommended. Those who wish to swim in the lake should wear a swimsuit under their clothing and bring a towel from the ship. There are no changing facilities and no restrooms. Those who take part in any water activities do so at their own risk and responsibility.
    • Adultos a partir de: R$ 357,33
    • Crianças a partir de: R$ 253,76
    DURAÇÃO 3 h
    NÍVEL DE ATIVIDADE 3
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    Traditional Estancia La Rabida and Montevideo

    Montevidéu, Uruguai

    Duração de 6 1/2 h

    Prepare for a memorable day at an estancia in the countryside, where a traditional Uruguayan family opens their home and welcomes you for the day. You’ll also see the highlights of Montevideo during an orientation drive.


    Enjoy the views of Montevideo with a stop at Independence Square to see the many sites including the Solís Theatre, Palacio Salvo and a statue of General Artigas, considered the father of Uruguay. Drive through the suburbs and countryside to Estancia La Rabida where a traditional Uruguayan family opens their home and welcomes you for the day.


    The estancia is set in a 2,470 acre, century-old ranch capable of producing 12,000 liters of milk daily. It is used by the Uruguayan government when entertaining guests offering them an authentic glimpse of Uruguayan life. Part of the fun is travelling to the river by choice of a hay truck, an old model T or horse drawn carriage. A traditional barbeque (asado) is served accompanied by a variety of salads and national wines. Enjoy a walk around the farm if you choose.


    O que é preciso saber:

    Note: This tour is not offered on the December 19, 2015 sailing of the Norwegian Sun.
    • Adultos a partir de: R$ 1.444,85
    • Crianças a partir de: R$ 1.216,99
    DURAÇÃO 6 1/2 h
    NÍVEL DE ATIVIDADE 1
    • Refeição
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    Ushuaia In-depth

    Ushuaia, Argentina

    Duração de 5 1/2 h

    Combine the history and culture of Ushuaia, with a scenic drive to the mountains and countryside. Admire the rugged beauty of the landscape, experience local cuisine and learn about the city’s first habitants.


    Drive through one of Ushuaia’s neighborhoods to get acquainted with the city and travel along the Pan American Highway toward the north of the island. Admire the dramatic scenery of river valleys, majestic mountains, forests and peat bogs as you make your way across the Fuegian Andes up to Garibaldi Pass. If the day is clear, you’ll stop at a lookout point to take in the magnificent views of Escondido and Fagnano Lakes.


    Enjoy a typical meal of Patagonian lamb, slowly roasted in the wood fire, in a cozy local restaurant. Visit the Maritime Museum, housed in what was the first prison in Tierra del Fuego. Learn about the prison and life of the inmates. Dangerous convicts and well-known political prisoners made this prison famous until 1947 when it was closed. View the maritime and native people’s exhibits.


    O que é preciso saber:

    Note: Tour involves approximately 1/2 mile of walking over uneven, cobblestone, sand, steep terrain and 30 steps.
    • Adultos a partir de: R$ 1.030,55
    • Crianças a partir de: R$ 875,19
    DURAÇÃO 5 1/2 h
    NÍVEL DE ATIVIDADE 2
    • Refeição
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    Highlights of Rio

    Rio de Janeiro, Brasil

    Duração: 4 h

    This leisurely tour combines a drive through the lush Tijuca Forest and a trip up to Corcovado Mountain and the famous Christ the Redeemer landmark. From this vantage point, you'll get a birds-eye view of beautiful Rio.


    Departing from the port, your drive takes you through downtown to the Cosme Velho district. Here, you will board the cog railway for the 30-minute ride up to Corcovado. Emperor Dom Pedro II opened the railway in October 1884. At that time it was opened with steam trains but they were replaced with electric trains in 1910. The 2.5-mile railway itself travels through the scenic Tijuca Forest that covers an area of 47 square miles and the ride offers fine views. As you reach the upper terminus, weather permitting, you will be treated to breathtaking views over the city. To reach the very top and the 120-foot-high statue, you will take an elevator and escalator.


    After approximately 1-hour, you'll descend the mountain via the cog railway and rejoin your motor coach for a panoramic drive through the city to the Sao Conrado District and past Rio's beautiful beaches before returning to the pier.


    O que é preciso saber:

    Note:
    • Adultos a partir de: R$ 771,62
    • Crianças a partir de: R$ 460,90
    DURAÇÃO 4 h
    NÍVEL DE ATIVIDADE 1
    • Recomendado à família
    • Acessibilidade
    • Acessibilidade limitada
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    Great Patagonian Adventure

    Puerto Madryn, Argentina

    Duração de 8 1/2 h

    Enjoy this adventure and nature experience in Patagonia. You’ll spend time at a penguin reserve, see wildlife and enjoy a lunch of roasted Patagonian lamb in the rustic setting of Estancia San Lorenzo.


    Peninsula Valdez is one of the finest wildlife reserves in South America and a UNESCO World Heritage Site. It provides an outstanding natural habitat for sea lions, sea elephants, seals and birds. Enjoy a brief stop at the small Visitors Center to view exhibits on the flora and fauna and drive to Punta Norte to see a colony of sea lions and elephant seals.


    Visit Estancia San Lorenzo, home to a huge penguin rookery. Here you’ll transfer to Golfo San Matias to see a large colony of Magellanic penguins. You’ll have time to observe them, learn about their habits and take photographs. You might even encounter other wildlife here. Enjoy a hearty lunch at the estancia, before or after your penguin experience.


    O que é preciso saber:

    Note: Tour involves approximately 1/2 mile of walking over uneven, cobblestone, sand, steep terrain and 30 steps. Buses may not be air-conditioned and travel along bumpy, dusty roads. Although wildlife sightings are frequent, they are not guaranteed. Do not get too close or touch wildlife.
    • Adultos a partir de: R$ 1.807,35
    • Crianças a partir de: R$ 1.600,21
    DURAÇÃO 8 1/2 h
    NÍVEL DE ATIVIDADE 2
    • Refeição

Please note: The information in this document was current at time of printing. As descrições e os preços dos passeios variam de acordo com o navio e a data de viagem e estão sujeitos a alterações sem aviso prévio. Log into My NCL for the applicable information specific to your cruise.

Printed on Thursday, December 01, 2022 at 09:50am