Spend Chrissy rounding Cape Horn

Spend Christmas Day at sea rounding Cape Horn aboard Celebrity Cruises’ Infinity.
Spend Christmas Day at sea rounding Cape Horn aboard Celebrity Cruises’ Infinity. Contributed

CRUISECO has a 21-night fly, cruise and stay package in December of this year that if not memorable enough for the places you’ll visit, will certainly be so with the inclusion of Christmas Day at sea rounding Cape Horn aboard Celebrity Cruises’ Infinity – and a New Year’s Eve celebration, as you sail out of Uruguay’s Punta Del Este for Buenos Aires.

Cruiseco’s package includes 15-nights aboard the luxurious Celebrity Infinity from Santiago to Buenos Aires by way of the Chilean Fjords, 2-nights pre-cruise in Santiago with breakfast daily and a half-day's sightseeing with wine tasting. There are 2-nights post-cruise in Buenos Aires again with breakfast daily and a half-day of sightseeing.

Return airfare from Buenos Aires to Iguazú for a two night luxury stay at the Iguazú Grand Resort & Casino, lunch and a full-day sightseeing of both the Brazilian and Argentinean sides of the famous Falls, offers outstanding value.

The package also includes Economy Class international airfare and air taxes from Sydney to Santiago on December 16, and back from Buenos Aires, airport, hotel and ship transfers, port charges and shipboard gratuities.

Prices start from $7,750pp twin-share – a saving of over $500 per person if you book and deposit before June 30 this year.

A shorter 19-night package with the similar inclusions and 2 nights pre-cruise stay in Buenos Aires and Iguazú, a 13 night sailing from Buenos Aires to Valparaiso (Santiago) on board Celebrity infinity, plus 2 nights in Santiago, departs Sydney on December 29 and if booked before June 30 is available from $7,150pp twin-share.

For detailed itineraries, prices from other capital cities and the names of Cruiseco’s 200 cruise-specialist travel agencies visit the website

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