EXPLORE THE ENTIRE WESTERN HEMISPHERE
127 DAYS — 33 COUNTRIES — 61 PORTS

Join this 127-day voyage from London to Los Angeles, calling at 61 ports in 33 countries. See the British Isles and Ireland, then cruise to Nordic realms where the Viking expertise shines, visiting Norway, the Faroe Islands, Iceland and Greenland before Canada, New York and the Caribbean. Circumnavigate South America and cruise the Amazon. Trace Central America and Mexico’s Pacific coast. 

VIKING WORLD CRUISE EXCLUSIVE OFFER
• Free Business Class Air~
• Ground transfers to/from the ship; private car transfers for Owner’s Suite or Explorer Suite guests
• Silver Spirits Beverage Package, including virtually all drinks on board
• All onboard gratuities and service fees

Plus book before 31 December 2018 and receive:
• USD$2,000 per person shore excursions credit, which can be used toward optional shore excursions or overland tours
• USD$1,000 per person shipboard credit, which can be used toward spa services, onboard shops & beverages

For Viking Explorer Members Only:
Viking Explorer Society Exclusive Bonus, an additional USD$1,000 per person shipboard credit plus, exclusive Viking Explorer Society Member savings

INCLUDES
• All onboard meals including beer, wine & soft drinks with onboard lunch & dinner
• Alternative restaurant dining at no extra charge#
• One complimentary shore excursion in every port of call
• Free Wi-Fi
• Port taxes and charges

ITINERARY
DAY 1 LONDON (GREENWICH), ENGLAND
Embark today in the celebrated Royal Borough of Greenwich—part of which, Maritime Greenwich, is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Take some time to settle in to your veranda stateroom and get to know your ship, perhaps having a bite in Mamsen’s gourmet deli, with open-faced sandwiches and delicious sweets inspired by the cuisine of Scandinavia.

DAY 2 LONDON (GREENWICH), ENGLAND
Spend your morning discovering Greenwich, its excellent National Maritime Museum and the Royal Observatory from where the world’s clocks are set. Alternately, take a short drive to the center of London and explore the regal city and all its splendor. See the Tower of London, Parliament and Big Ben, Westminster Abbey, Buckingham Palace and St. Paul’s Cathedral. Or, explore lively Billingsgate Fish Market in East London and learn from the experts how to select, prepare and cook different kinds of fish.

DAY 3 DOVER, ENGLAND
Call on Dover today, where you can explore the streets of this ancient port, said to have been set ablaze when William the Conqueror came through on his way to London after his Battle of Hastings victory. A panoramic tour leads you to Rye, a hilltop fortified town that was once home to a network of smugglers. During the 18th and 19th centuries, gangs planned attacks at local inns and moved goods through underground tunnels to the harbor. Today, picturesque Rye attracts film crews in search of historic settings for period productions.

DAY 4 SCENIC CRUISING: ENGLISH CHANNEL
Cruise the English Channel into the Celtic Sea. Enjoy your ship’s many amenities as you cruise, perhaps indulging in a massage at The Spa, taking afternoon tea in the Wintergarden and closing your day with fine cuisine at Manfredi’s Italian Restaurant.

DAY 5 DUBLIN, IRELAND
Discover Dublin, the Republic of Ireland’s charismatic capital on the Liffey River. Founded as a Viking settlement, today it is one of Europe’s most significant cultural hubs. A panoramic tour takes you to Trinity College; its library houses some 5 million volumes, including the world-famous Book of Kells—a hand-illuminated manuscript of the Gospels. You will also see the soaring St. Patrick's Cathedral, St. Stephen’s Green, the famous Guinness Storehouse and Phoenix Park—Europe’s largest enclosed public park—and pass by neoclassical City Hall and the sprawling Dublin Castle.

DAY 6 LIVEROOL, ENGLAND
Discover Liverpool, birthplace of the Beatles and a stunning cultural center of soaring churches and impressive architecture. You will see the neoclassical St. George's Hall and the cone-shaped Liverpool Metropolitan Cathedral. On the storied waterfront, part of the city's Maritime Mercantile UNESCO World Heritage Site, marvel at the “Three Graces,” a trio of magnificent buildings. You might also follow in the footsteps of the Beatles, Liverpool's most famous sons.

DAY 7 HOLYHEAD, WALES
Soak up the Welsh ambiance of Holyhead, a cozy coastal enclave on the western tip of the Isle of Anglesey. You can visit Caernarfon Castle, the imposing 13th-century fortress that dominates its walled town. Or, stroll the diverse fauna of Bodnant Garden, then take a panoramic drive through Snowdonia National Park to admire beautiful countryside vistas and quaint villages.

DAY 8 BELFAST, NORTHERN IRELAND
Explore Belfast, a hidden gem of the British Isles and capital of Northern Ireland. This historic city has undergone a renaissance that has bolstered its economy and culture. During a tour, witness a blending of British-influenced Victorian flair in its stately public buildings and an authentic Irish charm in its pubs and shops. See Belfast Castle, the Renaissance-style City Hall and the Titanic Memorial that commemorates the sinking of the RMS Titanic in 1912. If you wish, you may visit the nearby Giant’s Causeway, a spectacular seaside formation of 40,000 conjoined basalt columns.

DAY 9 THE HIGHLANDS (ULLAPOOL), SCOTLAND
Cruise through the scenic Western Isles and anchor in the pristine waters of Loch Broom to explore Ullapool, situated in a remote area of the United Kingdom. Dramatic mountain peaks pierce the sky here, dwarfing this former herring port village. Take a walking tour of the fishing town of Ullapool to discover its interesting history in commerce and local folklore. You can also sample a pint of local ale and listen to a live performance by local musicians.

DAY 10 KIRKWALL, SCOTLAND
Today, immerse yourself in the rich history of the Orkney Islands, ruled by the Vikings from the 9th to 13th century. See the Standing Stones of Stenness, a 5,000-year-old circle of stones, and explore this ancient monument. Visit the well-preserved Stone Age settlement of Skara Brae, or for a true taste of Scotland, take a trip to the world’s most northerly whisky distillery.

DAY 11 EDINBURGH, SCOTLAND
Today, you will take in the medieval and neoclassical beauty of Scotland’s capital, gracefully set among rocky hills and generous green parklands. On an included tour, browse the Royal Mile—the famed avenue connecting the hilltop Edinburgh Castle and the Palace of Holyroodhouse. You might elect to explore Scotland’s heritage during a bagpipe workshop and whisky tasting. Or, venture to medieval St. Andrews, birthplace of golf.

DAY 12 THE HIGHLANDS (INVERGORDON), SCOTLAND
Call today on Invergordon, on the doorstep of the mountainous, heather-covered Scottish Highlands. One of Europe’s most sparsely populated regions, the famed Highlands provide a fascinating glimpse into the days of warring clans. Enjoy a scenic drive into their splendor, stopping to view Loch Ness, legendary home of the elusive monster, and the historic ruins of Urquhart Castle, one of Scotland’s largest, perched on a ledge overlooking the famous lake.

DAY 13 LERWICK, SCOTLAND
Admire the rugged beauty of one of Scotland’s remote island outposts today. Set out to explore the island and meet its famous residents—Shetland ponies. Perhaps visit the remarkable archaeological site of Jarlshof—evidence of a thriving Viking presence. Or, sail the seas on board a replica Viking longship and try your hand at rowing for a true Viking travel experience.

DAY 14 BERGEN, NORWAY
When you arrive in Bergen, encircled by majestic mountains, fjords and glaciers, you will quickly understand how its setting inspired the Viking sagas. With your ship berthed next to Bryggen wharf, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, you can easily stroll along its waterfront. This evening mingle with the locals and dine ashore, as we will be spending the night in port.

DAY 15 BERGEN, NORWAY
Take in more of Bergen’s Norwegian charms today. You can step behind the walls of the medieval Bergenhus. Or, take an excursion to Troldhaugen, the home of Norway’s famous composer Edvard Grieg, or a trip to the peak of Mt. Ulriken for sweeping views and an Ulriken bun, a cinnamon pastry, at the mountaintop restaurant.

DAY 16 BERGEN, NORWAY
Awaken in Bergen and further explore this Norwegian treasure. Cruise the scenic fjords as you sample a local delicacy—king crab. Or take to the fjords on a fishing expedition on board a fiskeskøyte, a traditional Norwegian wooden boat, while you learn about Norway’s connection to the sea.

DAY 17 LERWICK, SCOTLAND
Call today on Lerwick, the main port of the Shetland Islands. You can witness the impressive Mousa Broch, an Iron Age stone tower, and stroll Mousa Island’s coastline to see local scenery and birdlife. Or, enjoy unrivaled natural spectacles and memorable photographic opportunities during a boat tour around Noss and Bressay with an experienced ornithologist.

DAY 18 TÓRSHAVN, FAROE ISLANDS
Explore the legacy of Vikings in the scenic Faroe Islands, located halfway between Norway and Iceland. Once home to the Viking Parliament, the island’s capital of Tórshavn occupies the archipelago’s most historic peninsula. During your visit, a scenic drive reveals the breathtaking fjords of Kaldbak and Kollafjørdur, magnificent island vistas and a rich salmon fishing culture . . . all infused with a welcoming Nordic spirit.

DAY 19 CRUISE THE ATLANTIC OCEAN
As you sail westward into the Atlantic, take advantage of the many amenities of your ship. You might attend an enriching onboard talk to learn about your upcoming ports. Lounge by the Main Pool with its retractable roof and enjoy a cocktail at the Aquavit Bar.

DAY 20 REYKJAVÍK, ICELAND
Explore Reykjavík, one of the cleanest and most eco-friendly cities in the world. Vikings settled here in 870 AD, and today Reykjavík is home to endless charms, watched over by the majestic Esja mountain range. You will see the city’s highlights during a panoramic drive, including the imposing cathedral. And admire the cityscape from the Perlan, a hilltop, glass-domed landmark offering spectacular city views. Alternately, you may venture farther afield to take in the country’s breathtaking natural beauty, from towering waterfalls and soaring mountains to blue thermal springs.

DAY 21 CRUISE THE IRMINGER SEA
While you cruise the Irminger Sea today, you might indulge in a massage or facial or take a sauna in The Spa. Find your inner calm with yoga on the Sports Deck. Tonight, try some food and wine pairings at The Chef’s Table.

DAY 22 NANORTALIK, GREENLAND
Take in the natural beauty of Nanortalik. This “place of the polar bears,” as its name translates, is spread over a small island in a splendid setting on the shores of the Labrador Sea. Like in much of Greenland, the lack of trees here lends a stark and pristine beauty. You will learn about the city’s seafaring history, rich culture and colorful customs during your stay, visiting the open air Nanortalik Museum to learn how Vikings were among the first, and the Inuit among the last, to settle here.

DAY 23 QAQORTOQ, GREENLAND
Visit the small village of Qaqortoq today, located within its namesake fjord. This simple seaside town relies on fishing, fur production and ship repair and also has a brisk local arts scene, as you will see in its 30 “Stone and Man” sculptures in town. Your self-guided walking tour leads you along inviting streets lined with Inuit stone-and-peat houses, the 1832 Old Church and the Mindebrønden fountain.

DAY 24 CRUISE THE LABRADOR SEA
Trace the route of Leif Eriksson today as you sail from Greenland to Canada. Perhaps you will swim in the Infinity Pool or mingle with newfound friends over tea in the Wintergarden. This evening, enjoy soft piano music in the Living Room or lively jazz in Torshavn.

DAY 25 L'ANSE AUX MEADOWS, NEWFOUNDLAND, CANADA
Step back 500 years before the days of Columbus, to the late 10th century, when Viking Leif Eriksson led the first European landing on American soil at L’Anse aux Meadows, now a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The archaeological site’s beautiful seaside setting on the northernmost tip of Newfoundland boasts millennium-old remains, including a Viking sod longhouse. You will explore a village reconstruction or, if you prefer, follow Newfoundland’s scenic coastline and view marine animals in their natural habitat.

DAY 26 CRUISE THE GULF OF ST. LAWRENCE
Today you will make your way toward the St. Lawrence River via the Gulf of St. Lawrence. As you sail, keep watch for the several species of whales that call these waters home, including beluga whales. You might also attend an illuminating enrichment lecture in the theatre. This evening, enjoy cocktails in the Explorers’ Lounge.

DAY 27 SAGUENAY, QUEBEC, CANADA
Discover the history of Saguenay today, a once-disparate region of boroughs established as one city as recently as 2002. Built on a rich fur-trading and timber industry, it is a quintessential Quebecois town proud of its rural roots. You can witness the story of its growth during a lively stage show created specifically for English-speaking visitors. Alternately, you can head into the countryside to visit two family businesses that embody the region’s French heritage with their cheese and wine production.

DAY 28 QUEBEC CITY, QUEBEC, CANADA
Visit venerable Quebec City, a European-style gem on the banks of the St. Lawrence River. As you explore its cobblestone streets, you will take in its decidedly regal air, crowned by the magnificent Château Frontenac. You will see the Place Royale, the Upper and Lower Old Towns lined with distinctive white stone buildings dating to the early 17th century, and Parliament. Or discover the province’s natural beauty at Montmorency Falls and Canyon Sainte-Anne.

DAY 29 MONTREAL, QUEBEC, CANADA
Discover Montreal, Canada’s capital of culture. Home to an exciting, diverse food-scene, you will find enticing local delicacies such as Kamouraska lamb alongside Parisian delights. This evening, dine ashore and soak up the atmosphere of Montreal’s nightlife as we spend the night in port.

DAY 30 MONTREAL, QUEBEC, CANADA
Today you will continue to explore Montreal. Step into the city’s rich history of fur trading in its Old Port section, lined with picturesque stone buildings along the St. Lawrence River. Ascend to the heights of Mount Royal Park for sweeping city and river views. And marvel at the glorious architecture and interiors of the Notre-Dame Basilica. Alternately, you might venture farther to witness the natural beauty of the Laurentian Mountains or sample the region’s maple sugar delicacies.

DAY 31 QUEBEC CITY, QUEBEC, CANADA
Arrive back in Quebec today and immerse yourself in its history as you visit Native American villages. Learn about daily life, customs and age-old techniques adopted by the Huron-Wendat people. Or take an exhilarating helicopter ride over the city and the surrounding patchwork of villages, farmland and forests.

DAY 32 SAGUENAY, QUEBEC, CANADA
Return to Saguenay and enjoy a day immersed in nature. Enjoy an engaging high-speed journey across the Saguenay fjord, or a more leisurely sail in search of gentle giants—St. Lawrence beluga whales. Alternatively, take to the skies and view the magnificent terrain from the air.

DAY 33 SCENIC CRUISING: ST. LAWRENCE RIVER
Today you will make your way down the St. Lawrence River, an important waterway that allows vessels to travel from the Atlantic Ocean to the Great Lakes of the Midwest. As you sail, you might attend an illuminating enrichment lecture in the theater. This evening, enjoy cocktails with new friends in the Explorers’ Lounge.

DAY 34 GASPÉ, QUEBEC, CANADA
Take in the small-town charm and stunning natural beauty of the Gaspé Peninsula, from the town of Gaspé—the “Cradle of French Canada”—to the monolithic Percé Rock. Take a panoramic drive along the peninsula’s rugged, cliff-lined coast. Embark by boat into the Gulf of St. Lawrence in search of blue and humpback whales. Or, stay on land for a scenic hike through the stunning Canadian wilderness in Forillon National Park.

DAY 35 CRUISE THE GULF OF ST. LAWRENCE
Enjoy the day cruising to your next destination, taking advantage of your ship’s generous amenities. Perhaps you will swim in the Infinity Pool or mingle with newfound friends over tea in the Wintergarden. This evening, enjoy soft piano music in the Living Room or lively jazz in Torshavn.

DAY 36 HALIFAX, NOVA SCOTIA, CANADA
Explore Halifax, the cosmopolitan capital of Nova Scotia province and site of the first permanent European settlement in the region. Join a hop-on/hop-off bus tour of the city, setting your own pace for exploration of hilltop Fort George, named for King George II of Great Britain, the magnificent St. Mary’s Basilica and other historic sites. If you prefer, you might travel the Lighthouse Route to Peggy’s Cove, one of Nova Scotia’s most scenic coastal villages, flavoured by a rich fishing heritage.

DAY 37 CRUISE THE NOVA SCOTIA COAST
Sail along the scenic coasts of Nova Scotia and Maine, crossing the Gulf of Maine. As you cruise, you might grab a workout in the Fitness Center or indulge in a facial or manicure in The Salon. This evening, perhaps you will dine on a regional favourite like New England clam chowder or boiled lobster.

DAY 38 BOSTON, MASSACHUSETTS, USA
Arrive in Boston today for an enriching overnight stay. Birthplace of the American Revolution, the city holds a large repository of history. Among the many sites you will visit are Old North Church, where Paul Revere hung his telltale lantern, and the Old South Meeting House, where Samuel Adams started the Boston Tea Party. Farther afield, you can tour the famous USS Constitution or travel to the revolutionary fields of Lexington and Concord.

DAY 39 BOSTON, MASSACHUSETTS, USA
You will have another half day to explore Boston, perhaps returning to the Public Garden for a flower-filled stroll or a ride on the famous swan boats. You might also take in the prestige of Harvard University in Cambridge, beautifully set on the meandering Charles River. Later, we get underway and cruise into Cape Cod Bay to begin a scenic transit of the Cape Cod Canal, a century-old engineering marvel that delivers you to Buzzards Bay.

DAY 40 NEW YORK CITY, NEW YORK, USA
You will cruise into New York Harbor today, passing the iconic Statue of Liberty as you arrive. You will have the day to put yourself in a New York state of mind with a city overview that highlights the landmarks of Manhattan. View the Empire State Building, Central Park, St. Patrick’s Cathedral, the Theater District and Times Square. You will enjoy an overnight stay on board, so you might also choose to experience the bright lights of New York on an evening excursion.

DAY 41 NEW YORK CITY, NEW YORK, USA
Take to the skies today for a bird’s-eye view of one of the world’s most iconic skylines. This thrilling ride will take you over Central Park, Ellis Island and Brooklyn Bridge and you will witness New York’s famous landmarks from above. Or, you can enjoy a more serene journey to view the city’s treasures on board a catamaran.

DAY 42 NEW YORK CITY, NEW YORK, USA
Spend a third day in New York and enjoy more of this legendary city. Take time to reflect on a visit to the powerful 9/11 Memorial—a reverent tribute to those who lost their lives and recognition of the people of New York who have demonstrated courage and resilience in the face of adversity. This evening, you will set sail for Bermuda.

DAY 43 CRUISE THE ATLANTIC OCEAN
Begin your day with coffee and a real Norwegian waffle at Mamsen’s gourmet deli. Later, perhaps you will swim in the Infinity Pool or mingle with newfound friends over tea in the Wintergarden. This evening, enjoy soft piano music in the Living Room or lively jazz in Torshavn.

DAY 44 HAMILTON, BERMUDA
You will dock in the heart of Hamilton, the capital and cultural center of the British Territory of Bermuda. Explore independently with your one-day Bermuda Transportation Pass. Or, walk the pastel-hued streets, historic St. George, the longest continuously inhabited English settlement in the New World and a UNESCO World Heritage Site, and explore the island’s old garrison. We remain docked in Hamilton overnight, giving you the chance to explore this magical archipelago to its fullest.

DAY 45 HAMILTON, BERMUDA
You have today to discover more of Bermuda. You may want to cruise the island’s beautiful bays in a glass-bottomed boat while enjoying a cocktail as your captain regales you with stories about the island. Or, embark by trolley train to see the main sights of Bermuda’s capital, such as the Bank of Bermuda and Fort Hamilton.

DAY 46-47 CRUISE THE ATLANTIC OCEAN
Begin your two days at sea with a morning workout at the Fitness Center and soothe your body with a hot sauna and a few minutes amid the refreshingly chilled air of the Snow Grotto. This evening, enjoy cocktails in the Explorers’ Lounge and an authentic Italian meal at Manfredi’s Italian Restaurant. You might also indulge in a manicure or pedicure at The Salon and enjoy a first-run or classic movie in The Theater, popcorn included.

DAY 48 ST. JOHN’S, ANTIGUA
Visit Antigua today, once Britain’s “Gateway to the Caribbean.” On an island tour from our berth in St. John’s, you will admire lush green beauty all around and visit English Harbor. Its restored Georgian dockyard, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, is named for Admiral Horatio Nelson, who commanded the Crown’s fleet here in the 18th century. Today, yachts line the quays. But the island’s beautiful scenery has not changed since Nelson’s day, blanketed with tropical forests and punctuated by sheer cliffs dropping into blue waters.

DAY 49 ROSEAU, DOMINICA
Immerse in the vibrancy of this colorful West Indian Capital among its streets lined with old-stone and wooden buildings, with reggae music spilling onto every corner. Roseau is the most important port for foreign trade on the island, yet once you leave its bustling center, you will be surrounded by beautiful countryside. Visit “The Nature Island” of the Caribbean as you explore its waterfalls, rainforests and beneath the ocean on a trip out to sea. Take a hike through its UNESCO listed National Park, and hear more about the island’s volcanic activity. Or discover its Kalinago Indian culture as you meet island natives and learn more about their traditions and rituals.

DAY 50 ST. KITTS (BASSETERRE), ST. KITTS & NEVIS
Call on St. Kitts today, Britain’s first Caribbean settlement that grew into a sugar-producing powerhouse; 68 plantations operated at the height of the boom. You will learn about this lucrative colonial era at St. Kitts’s Fairview Great House & Botanical Garden, a fascinating repository of relics and beautifully preserved rooms that provide a glimpse of the lives of sugar barons. Or, visit the Brimstone Hill Fortress National Park, a UNESCO World Heritage Site.

DAY 51 ST. MARTIN (PHILIPSBURG)
Explore two countries on one island today when you call on St. Martin. You will dock on the Dutch side, in Philipsburg, and have the chance to contrast the two cultures. See the great salt pond on the Dutch side, the charming old village of Quartier-d’Orleans and the French capital, Marigot. Or, embark on an exhilarating experience copiloting a multimillion-dollar boat during a simulated “America’s Cup” race.

DAY 52 TORTOLA, BRITISH VIRGIN ISLANDS (ROAD TOWN)
Witness the lush beauty that once lured the pirates Blackbeard and Captain Kidd to Tortola, part of the British Virgin Islands. You will traverse Tortola, ascending to its greatest heights to admire spectacular Caribbean vistas. Experience some of its British flavor, pass through charming fishing villages and cast your eyes on magnificent blue-green seascapes. Alternately, take to the waters to explore the grottoes of Virgin Gorda.

DAY 53 ST. THOMAS, U.S. VIRGIN ISLANDS (CHARLOTTE AMALIE)
Explore one of the Caribbean’s most beloved islands today, St. Thomas. You will dock within walking distance of its capital, Charlotte Amalie, set on one of the most picturesque harbors in the region. Get acquainted with the beauty of St. Thomas during a scenic drive along a spectacular route, stopping at the famous Mountain Top for breathtaking views of the sea and surrounding islands. Alternately, you might cross the emerald-green island to Magens Bay, home to one of the world’s most beautiful beaches.

DAY 54 SAN JUAN, PUERTO RICO
Arrive in San Juan today and enjoy time to explore Puerto Rico’s capital in depth. You might take a stroll around El Viejo San Juan, or Old San Juan, with its seductive colonial charms, easy island tempo and authentic culture. Wander its narrow lanes, literally paved with history, laid with blue adoquín stone once used to ballast Spanish galleons. This evening, stroll the Old Town’s azure byways romantically illuminated by street lamps.

DAY 55 SAN JUAN, PUERTO RICO
You have another day to take in the history and architectural beauty of San Juan, from its fanciful Condado district to the magnificent 16th-century Fort San Felipe del Morro, set on a promontory at the entrance to San Juan Bay. With another night in port, you can stay ashore this evening and join in two of Puerto Rico’s most favored pastimes; dancing and dining.

DAY 56 SAN JUAN, PUERTO RICO
Enjoy a final day in San Juan and immerse in nature as you explore the El Yunque Rainforest, the only tropical rainforest in the US national forest system. See beautiful orchids, listen to the jungle sounds of the coqui tree frogs and picturesque waterfalls as you explore the rainforest up close. Bid Puerto Rico farewell this evening as you set sail for Barbados.

DAY 57 CRUISE THE CARIBBEAN SEA
As you cruise these legendary waters, the distinct light of the Caribbean sun plays on the sea like dazzling diamonds. Once a busy route for ships from the Old World ferrying supplies and people to the New World, the Caribbean today exudes tranquility and calm. Enjoy the amenities of your ship as you sail. Tonight, perhaps savor an authentic Italian meal at Manfredi’s or sample international fare in the World Café.

DAY 58 BRIDGETOWN, BARBADOS
Relish the intense Caribbean beauty of Barbados today when you call on its capital, Bridgetown, a UNESCO World Heritage Site. You will discover ample evidence of British rule here, from cricket matches and afternoon tea to the Commonwealth’s third oldest Parliament. Marvel at spectacular vistas from the heights of the Highland Adventure Center, descending to sea level for a tour of Bridgetown. Or, head underground to explore the stalactites and stalagmites of Harrison’s Cave.

DAY 59 CRUISE THE ATLANTIC OCEAN
Spend another relaxing day cruising Atlantic waters. As you sail, you might take a swim in the Infinity Pool. Join new friends for afternoon tea in the Wintergarden. This evening, enjoy an evening of wine pairings and thoughtfully prepared dishes at the Chef’s Table.

DAY 60 ÎLES DU SALUT, FRENCH GUIANA
Call on Île Royale (Royal Island) today, one of the three Îles du Salut that belong to mainland French Guiana. These three “Islands of Salvation” were a much-feared penal colony for the most notorious French criminals. Among the ruined prison buildings, you can learn about two of the most famous prisoners sent to Île du Diable (Devil’s Island), visible from Île Royale: the accused, and later exonerated, traitor Captain Alfred Dreyfus and Henri Charrière, whose escape was made famous by the film Papillon, starring Steve McQueen and Dustin Hoffman.

DAY 61 CRUISE THE ATLANTIC OCEAN
Begin your day with coffee and a real Norwegian waffle at Mamsen’s gourmet deli. Later, perhaps you will swim in the Infinity Pool or mingle with newfound friends over tea in the Wintergarden. This evening, enjoy soft piano music in the Living Room or lively jazz in Torshavn.

DAY 62 CRUISE THE AMAZON RIVER
This morning, you will be anchoring offshore of equatorial Macapá, capital of Brazil’s Amapá state near the mouth of the Amazon. Your captain will receive clearance from Brazilian authorities, then you will set sail for the mighty Amazon River.

DAY 63 SANTARÉM, BRAZIL
Visit the small city of Santarém, at the confluence of the Tapajós and Amazon Rivers. Because of poor road conditions, its people rely heavily on these waterways for transport. Most nearby villages can only be reached by river, and it is common to see families plying these waters in small boats. Visit the Cathedral of Our Lady or tour the Casa da Farinha, an old cassava flour mill that is now an agricultural farm. Alternately, you might try your hand at fishing for piranha on nearby Maica Lake.

DAY 64 PARINTINS, BRAZIL
Today you will call on Parintins on the river island of Tupinambarana. Disembark to attend an extravagant folklore performance, the Boi Bumbá. This unique theatrical tradition combines costumes, drumming and Amazonian, African and European rhythms to tell the story of a resurrected bull. The performance is part of an annual folklore festival held each June, Brazil’s largest celebration after Carnival in Rio de Janeiro, and is presented to us off season.

DAY 65 MANAUS, BRAZIL
Arrive in Manaus today, 1,000 miles upriver from the Atlantic. The most populous city in the Amazon basin, Manaus prospered greatly from the rubber trade. Admire the elegant Amazon Theatre adorned with a striking tiled dome, the Rio Negro Palace and the colorful facades of the Old Town. You might also tour the confluence of the Amazon and Black rivers by small boat. An overnight stay here gives you plenty of time to explore this fascinating city.

DAY 66 MANAUS, BRAZIL
Enjoy another day to discover this elegant cultural center on the Amazon. Join a local guide for a jungle trek that will teach you the many ways the rainforest sustains life. Or, discover the raw beauty and exotic natural wonders of Lake Janauari Ecological Park.

DAY 67-68 CRUISE THE AMAZON RIVER
Cruise the waters of the mighty Amazon River, the world’s second longest at almost 4,000 miles from source to mouth. Near Manaus, witness the fascinating Meeting of the Waters, where the blue Black River and the sandy-hued Upper Amazon converge. For almost four miles, these differently colored waters run side by side without mixing, creating a mesmerizing vista. More than 3,000 species of fish inhabit the river. You might spot some off the bow, in addition to caiman, giant otters and the Amazon River dolphin. Attend an onboard talk to learn more about the remarkably diverse natural world the Amazon supports.

DAY 69-70 CRUISE THE ATLANTIC OCEAN
Spend the next two days on board your ship. Learn more about your upcoming destinations during a port talk, and explore your ship. Unwind in The Spa where you can enjoy the Snow Grotto and Sauna, or by taking a dip in the Infinity Pool. Tonight, try a regional specialty in The Restaurant, or take in a recent movie in one of our three theaters—two indoor and one under the stars at the Main Pool.

DAY 71 RECIFE, BRAZIL
Discover the colonial architecture that remains in Recife Antigo, the old city, and see how this colorful heart of the vibrant coastal metropolis delights its visitors with winding streets full of cafés, shops and restaurants. See the opulently decorated baroque churches, the New World’s oldest synagogue, and the former provincial stock exchange, now converted to a marketplace for artisans. Nearby Olinda, one of the oldest cities in Brazil, is recognized by UNESCO as a World Heritage Site for its beautiful architecture and exceptional parks.

DAY 72 CRUISE THE ATLANTIC OCEAN
Spend another relaxing day cruising Atlantic waters. As you sail, you might take in an illuminating enrichment lecture or enjoy a cocktail in the Explorers’ Lounge.

DAY 73 SALVADOR DE BAHIA, BRAZIL
As the first capital of Brazil, Salvador de Bahia’s roots go back to the 16th century. The city has preserved many Renaissance buildings while retaining its eclectic blend of European, African and South American influences. Enjoy a walking tour to explore this diverse and vibrant city, as you stroll through the maze of bustling streets lined with pastel-colored houses, quiet and secluded courtyards, sun-drenched plazas and richly decorated churches and public buildings.

DAY 74 CRUISE THE ATLANTIC OCEAN
Perhaps you will get a morning workout at the Fitness Center and soothe your body with a hot sauna and a few minutes amid the refreshingly chilled air of the Snow Grotto. This evening, enjoy cocktails in the Explorers’ Lounge and an authentic Italian meal at Manfredi’s Italian Restaurant.

DAY 75 RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL
The Cidade Maravilhosa, or “Marvelous City,” is blessed with a stunning setting so unique that UNESCO gave it World Heritage Site status. Gaze at the iconic Christ the Redeemer statue perched atop Corcovado mountain and admire the azure-blue waters as they lazily wash the sun-kissed beaches of Copacabana and Ipanema. Take a cable car to the summit of Sugarloaf Mountain and marvel at the panoramic vistas below.

DAY 76 RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL
Discover more of Rio de Janeiro and its beautiful surroundings that have given rise to an exuberant, joyful culture full of rhythm and color. And while Rio’s spectacular Carnival festival is a high point of the year, locals find plenty of other reasons to celebrate. Soak up the atmosphere as you stroll through Rio’s downtown and marvel at the numerous examples of neoclassical architecture, including the Municipal Theater, elaborately modeled on the Opéra National de Paris.

DAY 77-78 CRUISE THE ATLANTIC OCEAN
Share a cappuccino in the Viking Bar with new friends, enjoy a visit to The Spa or relax on the Sun Deck. Tonight, dine at The Chef’s Table, where you can enjoy a multicourse tasting menu complete with wine pairings. Finish the day with a drink in Torshavn.

DAY 79 MONTEVIDEO, URUGUAY
Uruguay’s capital city boasts perhaps the highest quality of living of any city in South America. Rich in parks, sweeping vistas and architectural styles, Montevideo is blessed with a subtropical climate, guaranteeing warm summers and mild winters. A panoramic tour features highlights such as the Legislative Palace, a grand neoclassical building, the Ciudad Vieja, or Old Town, and the Batlle y Ordóñez Park with the iconic La Caretta Monument.

DAY 80 BUENOS AIRES, ARGENTINA
Be captivated by the bohemian flair of La Boca, marvel at the grand homes of Recoleta, one of the finest quarters of the city, and discover the many facets of Buenos Aires. This evening, take in a romantic melodies of tango during a show complete with singers, dancers and a tango orchestra while enjoying dinner.

DAY 81 BUENOS AIRES, ARGENTINA
Enjoy more of Buenos Aires as you walk Avenida Corrientes, the bustling thoroughfare of theaters, shops and cafés known as the street that never sleeps. Buenos Aires is a dazzling feast for the senses. Narrow streets in the city’s colorful neighborhoods reverberate with the intoxicating melodies of the tango. Meanwhile, restaurants are busy perfecting the art of grilling meats for patrons, and the city’s parks and plazas invite passersby to linger and watch the world of Buenos Aires go by.

DAY 82 MONTEVIDEO, URUGUAY
Return to Uruguay’s scenic capital, which was founded in 1724 after the Spanish overran a Portuguese fort and settled the area. Today, you can board a vintage steam train through Montevideo’s Old Town. Or, head outside the city to learn about daily life on a traditional, family-run working ranch. You can also enliven your taste buds with a guided tour of one of the city’s premier wineries, Viña Varela Zarranz.

DAY 83-84 CRUISE THE ATLANTIC OCEAN
Relax on board as you learn more about your upcoming destinations during an informative port talk and explore your ship. Experience the serenity of the Wintergarden, where you can enjoy afternoon tea service under an elegant canopy of Scandinavian trellised wood. At night, take in a recent movie in one of our three theaters—two indoor and one under the stars at the Main Pool.

DAY 85 PUERTO MADRYN, ARGENTINA
Depart your ship and head to the Valdéz Peninsula, which is connected to the continent by a narrow strip of land. Enjoy its natural beauty and biodiversity before visiting Caleta Valdés to observe a large elephant seal colony. Or, immerse yourself in the history of the area’s Welsh settlers with a trip to the town of Dolavon and the city of Gaiman, where the Welsh language is still spoken.

DAY 86 CRUISE THE ATLANTIC OCEAN
Stay in shape at sea with a visit to our Sports Deck, or take a gentle stroll around our 360˚ Promenade Deck. As you cruise, take in the sea views from the Explorers’ Lounge or reserve a soothing massage at The Spa. Linger over tea and scones in the Wintergarden or soak up the sun on deck.

DAY 87 PORT STANLEY, FALKLAND ISLANDS
More than 300 miles off the coast of South America lies the rugged archipelago of the Falkland Islands. Here, you will find several hundred sparsely inhabited islands with unspoiled nature and diverse fauna. Some 60 distinct bird species breed on the islands, including five different species of penguin and some of the world’s largest colonies of albatross. Visit the world’s most southerly Anglican church and the Whalebone Arch, explore the historic streets of Port Stanley, and meet the renowned landlady at Kay McCullum’s Bed & Breakfast.

DAY 88 PORT STANLEY, FALKLAND ISLANDS
Spend an additional day exploring these remote islands and view the stunning wildlife up close. The Falkland Islands refer to themselves as the “Penguin Capital of the World,” as more than 1 million of the birds nest on these islands. See the gentoo penguin, with a vivid white stripe across its head and a bright orange bill.

DAY 89 CRUISE THE SOUTH ATLANTIC OCEAN
As you cruise the South Atlantic, enjoy refreshments in the Explorers’ Lounge and mingle with fellow travellers, and share your experiences.

DAY 90 USHUAIA, ARGENTINA
At the very tip of South America, Ushuaia prides itself on being the southernmost city in the world. The city’s spectacular natural surroundings with subantarctic forests, lovely lakes, pristine glaciers and rich peat bogs are its main asset, but Ushuaia’s history as a penal colony of sorts at the “End of the World” makes the city itself an interesting place. Visit the former prison, which today houses a museum, or soak up the scenery on a drive through Tierra del Fuego National Park.

DAY 91 SCENIC CRUISING: CAPE HORN
Enjoy two scenic days as you cruise around Cape Horn, once the pinnacle of a seafarer’s career, and through the Beagle Channel. The Cape marks the northern boundary of the Drake Passage, where the Atlantic and the Pacific Oceans meet. Retrace the epic voyage of Charles Darwin through the Beagle Channel, the narrow strait separating the main island of Tierra del Fuego from a string of smaller islands to the south. The area has not lost any of its stark natural beauty since Darwin described it in lyrical terms in 1833.

DAY 92 SCENIC CRUISING: BEAGLE CHANNEL
Today, perhaps use the Viking Art & Design Guide app to enhance a self-guided tour of your ship’s art collection. Enjoy insightful commentary about these artworks and our unique Scandinavian spaces as you peruse a thoughtfully curated collection of classic and contemporary paintings, sculptures and photographs by esteemed Scandinavian artists.

DAY 93 PUNTA ARENAS, CHILE
Chile’s southernmost city sits on the north shore of the Strait of Magellan, named after the Portuguese explorer who pioneered the sea route around South America in 1520. Its heritage as an explorer’s haven still remains to this day, with many expeditions to Antarctica beginning from here. The beautiful yet rugged landscape of this sparsely populated region was once thought to be inhabited by Patagonian giants. Experience its mystique on a helicopter flight over the spectacular peaks of the Torres del Paine National Park, or explore the city’s charm on a scenic drive as you take in the highlights.

DAY 94-95 SCENIC CRUISING: CHILEAN FJORDS
Enjoy two days at sea as you cruise through a maze of waterways, admire beautiful mountain scenery and witness magnificent glaciers. Learn more about your upcoming port, Puerto Chacabuco, during a port talk in our onboard theater. Later, perhaps take in an enriching lecture by our Viking Resident Historian®, who delivers high-level historical and cultural education specific to your journey.

DAY 96 PUERTO CHACABUCO, CHILE
On the southern end of the Aisén Fjord lies Puerto Chacabuco, the perfect base to explore more of the surrounding countryside. Marvel at magnificent scenery as you witness rocky gorges, placid lakes, waterfalls and flower-covered meadows. Visit the Rio Simpson National Reserve and its diverse flora and fauna, or gain in-depth knowledge of the local flora and fauna during a walk through the Aiken del Sur Park.

DAY 97 SCENIC CRUISING: CHILEAN FJORDS
Enjoy a landscape of snowy peaks, massive blue glaciers from which waterfalls tumble into the sea and steep-sided fjords, a land of great pristine beauty accessible only by ship. For centuries, seafarers have used the maze of channels to travel up and down the Chilean coast in the sheltered waters of the Chilean fjords.

DAY 98 PUERTO MONTT, CHILE
Today, you will call on the city of Puerto Montt, situated on the north side of a sheltered bay and less than 20 miles from the summit of the Osorno volcano. A main city in Chile’s lakes region, Puerto Montt boasts beautiful scenery. Snowcapped volcanoes, lush green fields and forested national parks dominate the landscape. Enjoy a panoramic drive through the scenic villages and towns, and visit the German Colonial Museum to explore the life and times of the early German settlers.

DAY 99 CRUISING THE PACIFIC OCEAN
Spend another relaxing day cruising the waters of the Pacific Ocean. As you sail, you might take a swim in the Infinity Pool. Join new friends for afternoon tea in the Wintergarden or relax on board as you sip a cocktail by the pool.

DAY 100 SANTIAGO (VALPARAÍSO), CHILE
Blessed with a magnificent setting in a steep natural amphitheater turned toward the Pacific, Valparaíso charms visitors with its colorful labyrinthine streets that rise up from the water’s edge and through the hills. Funiculars carry pedestrians up and down the slopes, where they ascend to marvel at the views over the port, and where artists, authors and poets have come for generations seeking inspiration. Explore fascinating Valparaíso, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, on a panoramic tour of its historic landmarks.

DAY 101 SANTIAGO (VALPARAÍSO), CHILE
Enjoy a second day in Santiago, perhaps with a tour of the capital city, exploring its museums, theaters, world-class eateries and numerous shopping centers. Admire the panoramic views of the city below from Viña del Mar, then descend to El Plan, where you can stroll around Plaza Sotomayor.

DAY 102 SANTIAGO (VALPARAÍSO), CHILE
On your final day in Santiago, you can head to the Casablanca Valley, renowned for its vineyards and wineries. This region benefits from soil and weather conditions similar to the Napa and Sonoma valleys in California. Visit a local winery in this celebrated region and enjoy a tasting of a selection of wines.

DAY 103 LA SERENA (COQUIMBO), CHILE
Coquimbo was an important port for the gold and copper industry during the 19th century. Perhaps head up the coast to nearby La Serena, the second-oldest city in Chile and home to beautiful beaches and colorful residences. Browse La Recova Market for traditional pottery and handicrafts. Or, visit Cerro Tololo Observatory, considered one of the best astronomical observation points in the world. Discover El Valle Encantado, “The Enchanted Valley,” where the ancient Molle people left their artwork engraved and painted on the rock faces.

DAY 104 CRUISE THE PACIFIC OCEAN
As you sail the Pacific Ocean today, relax in the Explorers’ Lounge and enjoy the spectacular vistas from the ship. As you cruise, mingle with newfound friends in The Living Room, browse the Scandinavian-inspired artwork throughout your ship and attend a port talk about your upcoming destinations.

DAY 105 IQUIQUE, CHILE
Nestled between the ocean and the Atacama Desert, Iquique is an unassuming gem and one of Chile’s premier beach resorts. Start in Arturo Prat Square, with its stately Municipal Theatre, elegant Casino Español and the Gothic and Moorish-style Clock Tower. Walk down the wooden sidewalks of Baquedano Boulevard and admire the well-preserved Georgian-style homes from the city’s 19th-century mining boom. Travel into the desert and explore the abandoned mining town of Humberstone, a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Or, spend your time relaxing at popular Cavancha beach while watching surfers and paragliders play among the waves.

DAY 106 AREQUIPA (MATARANI), PERU
Experience Arequipa, the “White City” of Peru—so named because many of its baroque-style buildings are constructed from sillar, a white volcanic stone. Take a guided tour around the historic downtown to see the major landmarks, including the stately Plaza de Armas and the 17th-century cathedral. Or, visit the Mejía National Sanctuary, a coastal reserve that is home to many species of migratory and resident birds.

DAY 107 CRUISE THE PACIFIC OCEAN
Stay in shape at sea with a visit to the Sports Deck, or take a gentle stroll around our 360˚ Promenade. As you cruise, take in the sea views from the Explorers’ Lounge or reserve a soothing massage at The Spa. Linger over tea and scones in the Wintergarden or soak up the sun on deck.

DAY 108 PISCO (GENERAL SAN MARTÍN), PERU
Arrive today in Pisco, a charming town known for its namesake grape brandy. Tour the Tambo Colorado, the remnants of an Incan complex that earned its name from the abundant use of color on its adobe walls. You can get closer to nature with a visit to the Paracas National Reserve’s Islas Ballestas, a collection of islands off-limits to humans, but home to many species of birds. Take to the air for a bird’s-eye view of the Nazca Lines, or enjoy a ride over the sand dunes in a dune buggy.

DAY 109 LIMA (CALLAO), PERU
Revel in the rich history and vibrant culture of bustling Lima, the capital of Peru. This modern metropolis perched atop coastal cliffs is an eclectic mix of old and new. See the 16th-century cathedral and Presidential Palace in Lima’s historic downtown, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, or visit one of the many stately museums to learn about Peruvian culture from pre-Columbian times to the present. Visit the trendy district of Barranco to learn the secrets of Peruvian cuisine, or tour the elegant Casa Aliaga—home to the same family for 17 generations.

DAY 110-111 CRUISE THE PACIFIC OCEAN
Relax on board for two days, indulging in the amenities of your ship. You might find your inner calm with yoga on the Sports Deck. Lounge by the Main Pool with its retractable roof or enjoy a cocktail at the Aquavit Bar. Tonight after an al fresco dinner at the World Café, settle in for some light jazz and a nightcap at Torshavn.

DAY 112 QUITO (MANTA), ECUADOR
Anchor in the port city of Manta, known for its tuna-fishing industry and white-sand beaches. Learn about Manta’s connection to the sea while browsing the iconic Fish Market, where fishermen and locals barter over the catch of the day. Head inland to visit the colonial town of Montecristi, the birthplace of the Panama hat, or savor the mouthwatering tastes of Manabita cuisine—a fusion of indigenous and Spanish traditions.

DAY 113 CRUISE THE PACIFIC OCEAN
Enjoy the range of amenities on board as you spend four days at sea, cruising the Pacific Ocean. Sign up for a variety of activities on our Sports Deck, or join a cooking class and enhance your culinary repertoire. You may visit Mamsen’s, our casual gourmet deli, any time from early morning to late night for a taste of traditional Norwegian fare. Or, perhaps renew your body and spirit in our Scandinavian-inspired Spa, a Nordic sanctuary of holistic wellness, today while at sea. Indulge in a soothing massage, facial or body treatment.

DAY 114 PANAMA CITY (FUERTE AMADOR), PANAMA
Disembark your ship this morning and discover the Panama City of today and yesterday with a tour of its modern downtown and colonial-era El Casco Antiguo, or Old Town. No visit to the city would be complete without a trip to the Panama Canal. When it opened in 1914, it was hailed as one of the world’s great engineering feats. Forty-eight miles long, it links the Atlantic and Pacific at the narrowest stretch of the Isthmus of Panama, cutting thousands of miles off shipping routes that once stretched all the way around Cape Horn at the tip of South America.

DAY 115 CRUISE THE PACIFIC OCEAN
Relax on your stateroom veranda today as you sail the vast Pacific Ocean. Tonight, dine at The Chef’s Table, where you can enjoy a multicourse tasting menu complete with wine pairings.

DAY 116 PUNTARENAS (PUERTO CALDERA), COSTA RICA
Sail into the scenic Gulf of Nicoya this morning, dotted with pristine islands and surrounded by Costa Rica’s tropical splendor, magnificent beaches and rich wildlife. Here, you will call on the sleepy fishing village of Puntarenas and venture to a nearby rainforest, where you will follow trails under the dense canopy. Keep your ears and eyes open for howler monkeys and colorful scarlet macaws in the trees as you explore this lush wilderness.

DAY 117 CRUISE THE PACIFIC OCEAN
Spend another relaxing day cruising the waters of the Pacific Ocean. As you sail, you might take a swim in the Infinity Pool. Join new friends for afternoon tea in the Wintergarden or relax on board as you sip a cocktail by the pool.

DAY 118 PUERTO QUETZAL, GUATEMALA
Cruise into Puerto Quetzal this morning, a pair of towering volcanoes overseeing your arrival in the distance. You will journey into the central highlands to the well-preserved city of Antigua, the capital of Spain’s Central American colonies for more than 200 years and a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Explore its streets lined with Spanish Renaissance and baroque churches, monasteries and homes.

DAY 119-121 CRUISE THE PACIFIC OCEAN
Trace the coast of Central America along the Pacific Ocean, which encompasses one-third of the earth’s surface. Before the United States established its transcontinental railroad, many prospectors seeking gold once sailed these waters en route to California. Rather than risk the perils of traveling across America’s great divide, they sailed down to the Isthmus of Panama, trekked across its narrow band and continued on the route you follow today.

DAY 122 CABO SAN LUCAS, MEXICO
Anchor near the tip of the Baja Peninsula today for your visit to Cabo San Lucas, “Cabo” to its more frequent visitors. One of Mexico’s top destinations for its long beaches, resorts, scuba diving and picturesque rocky coast, it boasts one of the region’s most scenic harbors. Get acquainted with a panoramic tour of the resort city, San José del Cabo, sister to Cabo San Lucas and the oldest Spanish mission on the Baja Peninsula.

DAY 123-124 CRUISE THE PACIFIC OCEAN
Sail around the Baja Peninsula. Early explorers ventured into these once-unknown waters for many years in search of California, then a mythical El Dorado that seemed just out of reach. One Spanish author called it “very close to the side of the Terrestrial Paradise.” Today, the Baja Peninsula is among the world’s most picturesque coasts. As you approach California, perhaps you will visit the onboard cinema to view a movie produced in a Los Angeles studio.

DAY 125 SAN DIEGO, CALIFORNIA, USA
Discover California’s coastal gem as you explore its white-sand beaches and parks. Visit the historic Gaslamp Quarter on a panoramic tour, or soar over the city’s skyline on a thrilling helicopter ride. Head to the world-famous San Diego Safari Park or visit two highly-acclaimed microbreweries and enjoy a selection of craft beers. With renowned attractions and near perfect weather, San Diego calls itself “America’s Finest City.”

DAY 126 LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA, USA
Arrive in Los Angeles today, the “City of Angels” scenically set below the Santa Monica and San Gabriel Mountains and near the Pacific Ocean. Pull back the veil to discover the secrets of the entertainment capital of the United States. Join an exciting behind-the-scenes tour of Hollywood, where movies, stars and dreams are made.

DAY 127 LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA, USA
Disembark today and transfer to the airport for your flight home.

PRICES
Veranda from $58,495* per person
Deluxe Veranda from $60,995* per person
Penthouse Veranda from $70,995* per person
Penthouse Junior Suite from $83,795* per person (Limited availability)
Explorer Suite from $101,5995* per person (Limited availability)
Owner's Suite from $177,995* per person (Sold Out)

2019 DEPARTURE DATE
31 August

PRE & POST CRUISE EXTENSIONS
PRE: LONDON from $1,339* per person
Discover one of the world’s greatest cities. There is something for everyone—great shopping, fine dining, a wealth of museums and galleries, royal palaces, castles and parks.
Includes:
• 2 nights in London: Conrad London St. James (or similar)
• 3 meals: 2 breakfasts & 1 lunch
• Welcome Wine & Cheese Reception
• Guided City Tour
• Services of a Viking host
• All transfers

POST: LOS ANGELES from $1,129* per person
Walk in the footsteps of movie stars and media moguls in the city of Los Angeles, renowned as the world’s leading center of film and television.
Includes:
• 2 nights in Los Angeles: Fairmont Miramar Hotel & Bungalows (or similar)
• 3 meals: 2 breakfasts & 1 lunch
• Welcome Wine & Cheese Reception
• Guided City Tour
• Services of a Viking host
• All transfers

*Terms and conditions apply. Prices are per person twin share, cruise only and subject to availability at time of booking. Valid for sale until sold out and for departure as specified. ~Business Class Air for tranatlantic flights; domestic in First Class. From listed gateway cities only; call for details. Air seats are limited; airfares are subject to change until full payment of air is received. #Excludes The Kitchen Table. This itinerary is provided as example only – prevailing conditions and local arrangements may cause variation. Black-out dates and seasonal surcharges may apply. Offer is only available for new bookings and prices are subject to change without notice due to change in fees, taxes, surcharges or currency fluctuations. Prices correct at July 2018. Further conditions apply, call your Bucket List Buddy team.