Lima was founded in 1535 by Spanish conquistador Francisco Pizarro on the banks of the Rimac river that forms a splendid and strategically located valley. At 133 meters above sea level, Lima enjoys mild yet humid weather with almost little or no rain. The city of Lima is one of South America’s largest, and is Peru’s center of political, cultural and economic life. Lima is your gateway to the splendid ruins of Cuzco and Machu Picchu, the ancient city in the clouds.

Port: Lima (Callao)
Experience

Lima (Callao)

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  • OVERLAND - MYSTERIOUS MACHU PICCHU STANDARD CODE: LIML80

    During your voyage, enjoy a rare opportunity to explore the world’s most fascinating destinations in small, private groups, with knowledgeable guides to help you discover off –the-beaten- path gems. On an Overland Program, you’ll disembark the ship for one-night or more to enjoy a more authentic insider’s view, experiencing firsthand the colorful cultures, dramatic landscapes and exquisite landmarks before rejoining your ship.

    Special Note: As this is an active program that takes place at high altitudes, we strongly recommend that all guests should consult with their physician regarding their ability to participate prior to signing up.

    Any guests travelling with Portable Oxygen Concentrators (POC) or CPAP breathing machines should read further below for airline stipulations with regards to bringing this equipment on tour.

    Delve into the sacred and mysterious landmarks of the Inca Empire, including famed Machu Picchu, the Lost City of the Incas, and other ancient temples, all precisely constructed without mortar.

    DAY 1 – Friday, November 15th, 2019

    Transfer to Lima’s Airport for your flight to Cusco.

    Upon arrival in Cusco you will be met and transferred you to your hotel in Cusco. On the way to the hotel, your guide will give you a briefing about Cusco City. After checking in you will have the remainder of the evening to explore the area at leisure. Dinner is on your own tonight.

    Overnight at JW Marriott El Convento Hotel or similar hotel.

    NOTE: All of the rooms at the J.W. Marriott have an oxygen enriched system to help you acclimate to the altitude. This upgrade service has been included in this package.

    DAY 2 – Saturday, November 16th, 2019

    After breakfast, you will drive to the Sacsayhuaman fortress. Strategically located on a hill overlooking Cusco, the fortress was constructed without mortar like many other Inca structures. Yet the enormous stones (some weighing 200 tons) of the remaining walls fit so tightly that not even a thin blade of grass can slide between them. The craftsmanship is a stunning example of the Inca’s sophisticated construction techniques and architectural skills.

    Continue to the train station from where you will take the Vistadome train to Aguas Calientes, which features large panoramic windows for excellent viewing of the passing landscape. Upon Arrival in Aguas calientes, you will take the bus up to Machu Picchu.

    Enjoy lunch at a local restaurant before visiting the famous “Lost City of the Incas.” Constructed as a royal retreat for the Inca emperor Pachacuti in the 1400s, Machu Picchu was abandoned less than 100 years later, its population probably devastated by smallpox. Because the Spanish conquistadors never found this hidden city, Bingham discovered it largely intact.

    Once inside the citadel, architectural highlights include the Temple of the Sun, designed much like the one in Cusco, several other temples, hundreds of terraces, and a mysterious carved stone situated on a raised platform that towers above the plaza. The stone may have been used for astronomical observations, but no one knows for certain. The Inca had no written language, so there is no record of Machu Picchu’s ultimate purpose. Scholars are still striving to uncover clues as to its mysteries.

    At the end of the day, board the Vistadome Train back towards Cusco. Upon arriving in Ollantaytambo, you will transfer back to your hotel. Dinner is on your own.

    DAY 3 – Sunday, November 17th, 2019

    After breakfast and check out, transfer from the hotel to the airport for your flight back to Lima.

    Upon arrival in Lima, you are met and transferred by bus to Pisco to board the ship. A box lunch is included for the 4 hour journey.

    Land Program Step by Step:

    Please note: The order of sites visited may vary to avoid congestion. This program is subject to flight confirmations which are beyond our control. All program details including timings and any flights indicated below are approximate, given here for general reference purposes and subject to change.

    Final itineraries with the most up to date details will be provided by the Destination Services Team once you board the ship. Please review your final itinerary carefully for any amendments.

    DAY 1

    12:00pm Transfer to the airport (We suggest to fly with a carry-on only)

    12:30pm Arrival at airport and lunch at local restaurant

    2:45pm Flight (Airline and flight number TBA and subject to change) to Cusco

    4:02pm Arrival in Cusco. Transfer and check in at the hotel. Dinner on your own

    Overnight at JW Marriott El Convento Cusco Hotel or similar hotel

    DAY 2

    5:00am Wake-up call

    5:30am Buffet breakfast at hotel (not private)

    7:00am Drive to Sacsayhuaman Fortress

    7:30am Visit Sacsayuaman Fortress

    8:45am Transfer to the train station

    10:32am Vistadome train to Aguas Calientes

    12:20pm Bus drive to Machu Picchu Citadel

    12:45pm Lunch at a local restaurant

    1:30pm Guided visit of the Citadel

    3:30pm Bus drive back to Aguas Calientes

    4:22pm Vistadome back to Ollantaytambo

    6:10pm Drive to the Hotel

    8:40pm Arrival to hotel

    Overnight at JW Marriott El Convento Cusco Hotel or similar hotel

    DAY 3

    5:10am Wake-up call

    5:40am Buffet breakfast at hotel (not private)

    6:20am Drive to Cusco Airport

    6:40am Arrival at airport and check-in

    7:40am Flight (Airline and flight number TBA and subject to change) to Lima

    8:50am Arrival in Lima

    9:15am Drive to Pisco. Box lunch on route

    1:15pm Arrival at the port and embark the ship

    Expected Weather:

    Average temperature in the highlands is 65ºF max /43ºF min while in Lima it is 80ºF max/68ºF min.

    What to Bring:

    • Bring comfortable, casual clothing in natural, “breathable” fabrics. Temperatures will change as altitudes and the time changes, so it’s best to bring shorts, as well as long trousers and layered clothing. Religious sites require conservative dress. Both males and females should cover their arms, legs and shoulders.

    • Local standards dictate a neat, clean outfit for dining in restaurants and touring urban areas. For men: long trousers and a shirt with a collar. For ladies: trousers or a knee-length (or longer) skirt with a modest top. Formal clothing is not necessary.

    • A sweater or lightweight jacket for the cooler evening temperatures.

    • A lightweight (preferably non-plastic) raincoat or poncho, and an umbrella.

    • Comfortable walking shoes with low or no heels. Sandals may not be comfortable for some sightseeing activities.

    • Sunglasses with a strap, sun block, a sunhat, and insect repellent.

    • Walking sticks are prohibited in Machu Picchu except for passengers with mobility problems.

    Local Currency:

    Peru’s currency is the Nuevo Sol (S/.). The exchange rate with the U.S. dollar varies, although the current exchange rate is approximately S/. 3.20 per 1 US dollar.

    Electricity:

    The current is 220 volts AC. In most hotel bathrooms, there is an electrical outlet with 110 volts for electric shavers, but this should not be used for travel irons or hair dryers. Most hotel rooms are equipped with hairdryers.

    Luggage information:

    For domestic flights in Peru, you may check one piece of luggage weighing 23Kg (50 pounds) per person and one carry-on of 8Kg (17.5 pounds) per person. Excess luggage will be subject to fees imposed by the airline and will be the responsibility of each guest – payable to the airline when checking in for your flights.

    Documents and Visa Requirements:

    Foreign passengers entering Peru must have a passport valid at least 6 months past the day of arrival in Peru.

    Aircraft type (subject to change): Airbus 320

    Carriage of Portable Oxygen Concentrators (POC) or CPAP breathing machines on internal flights per airline regulations (subject to change as each airline has their own regulations)

    1. Guests must obtain a Doctor’s Certificate mentioning their medical condition and the need to carry this equipment with them on their flights.

    2. The certificate should have attached a picture of the equipment with its description/specifications especially with regards to the type of batteries used (lithium/dry or any other type)

    3. These documents need to be sent to the Land Program Team via Reservations at RSSC at least one month prior to travel so that our local operator can begin the notification process with the airline(s).

    4. Failure to comply with the above regulations may result in a denial of this equipment at the airport for which Regent Seven Seas Cruises nor our local ground operator be responsible for.

    Accommodations:

    J.W. Marriott El Convento Hotel or similar in Cusco – Classic Inca Room

    Esquina de la Calle Ruinas 432 y San Agustín, Cusco, Peru

    Phone: +51 84 582200

    Program includes:

    •English-speaking licensed guides

    •2 nights in a room with oxygen enriched system at JW Marriott Hotel in Cusco on a bed & breakfast basis or similar hotel

    •Entrance fees to Sacsayhuaman and Machu Picchu

    •Round Trip Vistadome Ollantaytambo / Machu Picchu / Ollantaytambo

    •Gratuities for luggage porterage and restaurants

    •1 box lunch and 2 lunches at local restaurants (including , 1 water or soft drink, and 1 hot beverage)

    •Bottled water on coaches

    •Airport transfers

    •Domestic economy class flights per the itinerary

    Program excludes:

    •Drinks and meals not mentioned above

    •Personal expenses and hotel incidentals such as laundry, phone calls, and minibar

    •Gratuities to drivers and guides

    Please note: Land programs that encompass multiple days ashore customarily include extensive and prolonged activity, while those of shorter durations typically have more moderate activity levels. However, each program varies and participants should be prepared to negotiate a mixture of surfaces which may include: inclines, cobblestones, sand, and gravel or natural paths. There may also be a need to climb steps or stairs on occasion. Guests who utilize a wheelchair and those with mobility concerns are advised to check with the cruise line in advance to see if any portion of the tour program may not be considered suitable for their individual situation. Weather appropriate clothing; hats; sunglasses; and flat, comfortable walking shoes are generally recommended.

    Please note: All land programs are capacity controlled and subject to availability. Programs falling under the minimum number of required participants are subject to cancellation. Pricing listed is also subject to change to meet unexpected cost increases for transportation, land arrangements or currency fluctuations. Once purchased, pricing is guaranteed and not subject to change. Overland Programs must be purchased no later than 45 days prior to your sail date. Cancellations made within 45 days or less prior to the sail date are subject to 100% cancellation penalty.

  • OVERLAND-MYSTERIOUS MACHU PICCHU - DELUXE CODE: LIML68

    Delve into the sacred and mysterious landmarks of the Inca Empire, including famed Machu Picchu, the Lost City of the Incas, and other ancient temples, all precisely constructed without mortar.

    Special Note: As this is an active program that takes place at high altitudes, we strongly recommend that all guests should consult with their physician regarding their ability to participate prior to signing up.

    Any guests travelling with Portable Oxygen Concentrators (POC) or CPAP breathing machines should read further below for airline stipulations with regards to bringing this equipment on tour.

    DAY 1 – Friday, November 13th, 2020

    Once you disembark the ship, you will transfer to the Lima for the flight to Cusco.

    Upon arrival in Cusco you will be welcomed by our representatives who will assist you and transfer you to a local restaurant for lunch.

    Continuing on, your next stop is the sacred site of Koricancha. Here, you will admire the lovely Dominican Convent of Santo Domingo that was built on the foundations of the Temple of the Sun, the most sumptuous temple in the Inca Empire. The curved, mortar-less masonry wall at the west end of the church is considered to be one of the greatest existing examples of Inca stonework.

    Transfer to your hotel. After check-in, the remainder of the evening is at your leisure. Dinner is included at your hotel.

    Overnight at Belmond Monasterio Hotel or similar hotel

    Note: Oxygen enriched rooms are limited, on a request by request basis and subject to a fee.

    DAY 2 – Saturday, November 14th, 2020

    After breakfast, you will drive to the Sacsayhuaman fortress. Strategically located on a hill overlooking Cusco, the fortress was constructed without mortar like many other Inca structures. Yet the enormous stones (some weighing 200 tons) of the remaining walls fit so tightly that not even a thin blade of grass can slide between them. The craftsmanship is a stunning example of the Inca’s sophisticated construction techniques and architectural skills.

    Continue to Ollanta train station from where you will take the Vistadome train to Aguas Calientes, which features large panoramic windows for excellent viewing of the passing landscape.

    Upon arriving in Aguas Calientes, enjoy lunch at a local restaurant before driving to the ruins of Machu Picchu to explore this famous “Lost City of the Incas.” Constructed as a royal retreat for the Inca emperor Pachacuti in the 1400s, Machu Picchu was abandoned less than 100 years later, its population probably devastated by smallpox. Because the Spanish conquistadors never found this hidden city, Bingham discovered it largely intact.

    Once inside the citadel, architectural highlights include the Temple of the Sun, designed much like the one in Cusco, several other temples, hundreds of terraces, and a mysterious carved stone situated on a raised platform that towers above the plaza. The stone may have been used for astronomical observations, but no one knows for certain. The Inca had no written language, so there is no record of Machu Picchu’s ultimate purpose. Scholars are still striving to uncover clues as to its mysteries.

    After visiting Machu Picchu, you will board a bus back down to Aguas Calientes, and then board the Hiram Bingham, the deluxe Orient Express train named after the man who discovered Machu Picchu in 1911. During the journey, dinner will be served as you take in the spectacular Andean scenery.

    Overnight at Belmond Monasterio Hotel or similar hotel

    DAY 3 – Sunday, November 15th, 2020

    After breakfast and check out, transfer from the hotel to the Cusco airport for your flight back to Lima.

    Upon arrival in Lima, transfer to Pisco to re-embark the ship. A box lunch will be included for the drive.

    Land Program Step by Step:

    Please note: The order of sites visited may vary to avoid congestion. This program is subject to flight confirmations which are beyond our control. All program details including timings and any flights indicated below are approximate, given here for general reference purposes and subject to change. Final itineraries with the most up to date details will be provided by the Destination Services Team once you board the ship. Please review your final itinerary carefully for any amendments.

    DAY 1 – Friday, November 13th, 2020

    10:40am Transfer to the airport (We suggest guets fly with a carry-on only)

    11:10am Arrival at airport.

    1:00pm Flight to Cusco (Airline and flight number TBA and subject to change)

    2:21pm Arrival in Cusco. Transfer to local restaurant for lunch

    3:00pm Lunch at local restaurant

    4:00pm Visit Koricancha and photo stop at the main square

    5:30pm Transfer to the hotel and check in

    8:30pm Dinner at the hotel

    Overnight at Belmond Monasterio Hotel

    DAY 2

    5:00am Wake-up call

    5:30am Buffet breakfast at hotel

    6:45am Drive to Sacsayhuaman Fortress

    7:05am Visit Sacsayuaman Fortress

    8:05am Transfer to the train station

    10:32am Vistadome train to Aguas Calientes

    12:20pm Bus drive to Machu Picchu Citadel

    12:45pm Lunch at a local restaurant

    1:30pm Guided visit of the Citadel

    4:45pm Bus drive back to Aguas Calientes

    5:50pm Hiram Bingham train to Ollanta Station (dinner aboard)

    7:25pm Drive to your hotel

    9:40pm Arrival to hotel

    Overnight at Belmond Monasterio Hotel or similar hotel

    DAY 3

    5:10am Wake-up call

    5:40am Buffet breakfast at hotel

    6:10am Drive to the Cusco Airport

    6:40am Arrival at airport and check-in

    8:30am Flight to Lima (Airline and flight number TBA and subject to change)

    10:02am Arrival in Lima

    10:30am Transfer to Pisco. Box lunch en-route.

    3:30pm Approximate arrival at the port and embark the ship

    Expected Weather:

    Average temperature in the highlands is 65ºF max /43ºF min while in Lima it is 80ºF max/68ºF min.

    What to Bring:

    • Bring comfortable, casual clothing in natural, “breathable” fabrics. Temperatures will change as altitudes and the time changes, so it’s best to bring shorts, as well as long trousers and layered clothing. Religious sites require conservative dress. Both males and females should cover their arms, legs and shoulders.

    • Local standards dictate a neat, clean outfit for dining in restaurants and touring urban areas. For men: long trousers and a shirt with a collar. For ladies: trousers or a knee-length (or longer) skirt with a modest top. Formal clothing is not necessary.

    • A sweater or lightweight jacket for the cooler evening temperatures.

    • A lightweight (preferably non-plastic) raincoat or poncho, and an umbrella.

    • Comfortable walking shoes with low or no heels. Sandals may not be comfortable for some sightseeing activities.

    • Sunglasses with a strap, sun block, a sunhat, and insect repellent.

    • Walking sticks are prohibited in Machu Picchu except for passengers with mobility problems.

    Local Currency:

    Peru’s currency is the Nuevo Sol (S/.).

    Electricity:

    The current is 220 volts AC. In most hotel bathrooms, there is an electrical outlet with 110 volts for electric shavers, but this should not be used for travel irons or hair dryers. Most hotel rooms are equipped with hairdryers. We recommend guests bring a travel adaptor for electric devices.

    Luggage information:

    For domestic flights in Peru, you may check one piece of luggage weighing 23Kg (50 pounds) per person and one carry-on of 8Kg (17.5 pounds) per person. Excess luggage will be subject to fees imposed by the airline and will be the responsibility of each guest – payable to the airline when checking in for your flights.

    Carriage of Portable Oxygen Concentrators (POC) or CPAP breathing machines on internal flights per airline regulations (subject to change as each airline has their own regulations):

    1. Guests must obtain a Doctor’s Certificate mentioning their medical condition and the need to carry this equipment with them on their flights.

    2. The certificate should have attached a picture of the equipment with its description/specifications especially with regards to the type of batteries used (lithium/dry or any other type)

    3. These documents need to be sent to the Land Program Team via Reservations at RSSC at least one month prior to travel so that our local operator can begin the notification process with the airline(s).

    4. Failure to comply with the above regulations may result in a denial of this equipment at the airport for which Regent Seven Seas nor our local ground operator be responsible for.

    Documents and Visa Requirements:

    Foreign passengers entering Peru must have a passport valid at least 6 months past the day of arrival in Peru.

    Aircraft type (subject to change):

    TBA

    Accommodations:

    Belmond Monasterio Hotel

    Plazoleta Nazarenas 337, Cusco, Peru

    Phone: +51 84 604000

    Program includes:

    •English-speaking licensed guides

    •2 nights in a deluxe suite at the Belmond Monasterio Hotel or similar on a bed & breakfast basis

    •Entrance fees to Sacsayhuaman and Machu Picchu.

    •Vistadome train one-way

    •Hiram Bingham train one-way

    •Gratuities for luggage porterage and restaurants

    •1 Dinner at the hotel (1 glass of local wine or beer, 1 water or soft drink, and 1 hot beverage)

    •1 Dinner on board the Hiram Bingham Train (unlimited non-alcoholic and local alcoholic beverages)

    •2 lunches at local restaurants (including 1 water or soft drink, and 1 hot beverage)

    •1 box lunch

    •Bottled water on coaches

    •Airport transfers

    •Domestic economy class flights per the itinerary

    Program excludes:

    •Drinks and meals not mentioned above

    •Personal expenses and hotel incidentals such as laundry, phone calls, and minibar

    •Gratuities to drivers and guides

    •Oxygen enriched room in Cusco – these are limited, available on a request by request basis and subject to a fee.

    Please note: Land programs that encompass multiple days ashore customarily include extensive and prolonged activity, while those of shorter durations typically have more moderate activity levels. However, each program varies, and participants should be prepared to negotiate a mixture of surfaces which may include: inclines, cobblestones, sand, and gravel or natural paths. There may also be a need to climb steps or stairs on occasion. Guests who utilize a wheelchair and those with mobility concerns are advised to check with the cruise line in advance to see if any portion of the tour program may not be considered suitable for their individual situation. Weather appropriate clothing; hats; sunglasses; and flat, comfortable walking shoes are generally recommended.

    All land programs are capacity controlled and subject to availability. Programs falling under the minimum number of required participants are subject to cancellation. Pricing listed is also subject to change to meet unexpected cost increases for transportation, land arrangements or currency fluctuations. Once purchased, pricing is guaranteed and not subject to change. Mid cruise overland programs must be purchased no later than 60 days prior to your sail date. Cancellations made within 60 days or less prior to the sail date are subject to 100% cancellation penalty.

  • OVERLAND - MYSTERIOUS MACHU PICCHU - STANDARD CODE: LIML78

    During your voyage, enjoy a rare opportunity to explore the world’s most fascinating destinations in small, private groups, with knowledgeable guides to help you discover off –the-beaten- path gems. On an Overland Program, you’ll disembark the ship for one-night or more to enjoy a more authentic insider’s view, experiencing firsthand the colorful cultures, dramatic landscapes and exquisite landmarks before rejoining your ship.

    Special Note: As this is an active program that takes place at high altitudes, we strongly recommend that all guests should consult with their physician regarding their ability to participate prior to signing up.

    Any guests travelling with Portable Oxygen Concentrators (POC) or CPAP breathing machines should read further below for airline stipulations with regards to bringing this equipment on tour.

    Delve into the sacred and mysterious landmarks of the Inca Empire, including famed Machu Picchu, the Lost City of the Incas, and other ancient temples, all precisely constructed without mortar.

    DAY 1 – Friday, April 24th, 2020

    Once you disembark the ship, you will transfer to the Lima Airport in order to take your flight to Cusco.

    Upon arrival in Cusco you will be met and transferred you to your hotel in Cusco. On the way to the hotel, your guide will give you a briefing about Cusco City. After checking in you will have the remainder of the evening to explore the area at leisure. Dinner is on your own tonight.

    Overnight at JW Marriott El Convento Hotel or similar hotel. Dinner on your own

    NOTE: All of the rooms at the J.W. Marriott have an oxygen enriched system to help you acclimate to the altitude. This upgrade service has been included in this package.

    DAY 2 – Saturday, April 25th, 2020

    After breakfast, you will drive to the Sacsayhuaman fortress. Strategically located on a hill overlooking Cusco, the fortress was constructed without mortar like many other Inca structures. Yet the enormous stones (some weighing 200 tons) of the remaining walls fit so tightly that not even a thin blade of grass can slide between them. The craftsmanship is a stunning example of the Inca’s sophisticated construction techniques and architectural skills.

    Continue to the train station from where you will take the Vistadome train to Aguas Calientes, which features large panoramic windows for excellent viewing of the passing landscape.

    Upon arriving in Aguas Calientes, enjoy lunch at a local restaurant before driving to the ruins of Machu Picchu to explore this famous “Lost City of the Incas.” Constructed as a royal retreat for the Inca emperor Pachacuti in the 1400s, Machu Picchu was abandoned less than 100 years later, its population probably devastated by smallpox. Because the Spanish conquistadors never found this hidden city, Bingham discovered it largely intact.

    Once inside the citadel, architectural highlights include the Temple of the Sun, designed much like the one in Cusco, several other temples, hundreds of terraces, and a mysterious carved stone situated on a raised platform that towers above the plaza. The stone may have been used for astronomical observations, but no one knows for certain. The Inca had no written language, so there is no record of Machu Picchu’s ultimate purpose. Scholars are still striving to uncover clues as to its mysteries.

    At the end of the day, board the Vistadome Train back towards Cusco. Upon arriving in Ollantaytambo, you will transfer back to your hotel. Dinner on your own.

    DAY 3 – Sunday, April 26th, 2020

    Before leaving the hotel, enjoy a light snack at the hotel and then transfer rom the hotel to the airport for your flight to Trujillo.

    Upon arrival in Trujillo, you will be transferred by bus to the Salaverry port to re-embark the ship.

    Land Program Step by Step:

    Please note: The order of sites visited may vary to avoid congestion. This program is subject to flight confirmations which are beyond our control. All program details including timings and any flights indicated below are approximate, given here for general reference purposes and subject to change.

    Final itineraries with the most up to date details will be provided by the Destination Services Team once you board the ship. Please review your final itinerary carefully for any amendments.

    DAY 1

    1:30pm Transfer from Callao port to Lima airport (We suggest to fly with a carry-on only)

    2:30pm Arrival at airport and check-in for your flight

    4:00pm Flight (Airline and flight number TBA and subject to change) to Cusco

    5:20pm Arrival in Cusco. Transfer and check in at the hotel

    Dinner on your own

    Overnight at JW Marriott El Convento Cusco Hotel or similar hotel

    DAY 2

    5:00am Wake-up call

    5:30am Buffet breakfast at hotel (not private)

    7:00am Drive to Sacsayhuaman Fortress

    7:30am Visit Sacsayuaman Fortress

    8:30am Transfer to the train station

    10:32am Vistadome train to Aguas Calientes

    12:20pm Bus drive to Machu Picchu Citadel

    12:45pm Lunch at a local restaurant

    1:30pm Guided visit of the Citadel

    3:30pm Bus drive back to Aguas Calientes

    4:22pm Vistadome back to Ollantaytambo

    6:10pm Drive to the Hotel

    8:40pm Arrival to hotel. Dinner on your own

    Overnight at JW Marriott El Convento Cusco Hotel or similar hotel

    DAY 3

    7:00am Buffet breakfast at hotel (not private)

    10:00am Light snack at the hotel

    10:30am Drive to Cusco Airport

    11:00am Arrival at airport and check-in

    12:30pm Flight (Airline and flight number TBA and subject to change) to Trujillo

    14:29pm Arrival in Trujillo

    14:29pm Drive to Salaverry port

    15:15pm Arrival at the port and embark the ship

    Expected Weather:

    Average temperature in the highlands is 65ºF max /43ºF min while in Lima it is 80ºF max/68ºF min.

    What to Bring:

    • Bring comfortable, casual clothing in natural, “breathable” fabrics. Temperatures will change as altitudes and the time changes, so it’s best to bring shorts, as well as long trousers and layered clothing. Religious sites require conservative dress. Both males and females should cover their arms, legs and shoulders.

    • Local standards dictate a neat, clean outfit for dining in restaurants and touring urban areas. For men: long trousers and a shirt with a collar. For ladies: trousers or a knee-length (or longer) skirt with a modest top. Formal clothing is not necessary.

    • A sweater or lightweight jacket for the cooler evening temperatures.

    • A lightweight (preferably non-plastic) raincoat or poncho, and an umbrella.

    • Comfortable walking shoes with low or no heels. Sandals may not be comfortable for some sightseeing activities.

    • Sunglasses with a strap, sun block, a sunhat, and insect repellent.

    • Walking sticks are prohibited in Machu Picchu except for passengers with mobility problems.

    Local Currency:

    Peru’s currency is the Nuevo Sol (S/.). The exchange rate with the U.S. dollar varies, although the current exchange rate is approximately S/. 3.20 per 1 US dollar.

    Electricity:

    The current is 220 volts AC. In most hotel bathrooms, there is an electrical outlet with 110 volts for electric shavers, but this should not be used for travel irons or hair dryers. Most hotel rooms are equipped with hairdryers.

    Luggage information:

    For domestic flights in Peru, you may check one piece of luggage weighing 23Kg (50 pounds) per person and one carry-on of 8Kg (17.5 pounds) per person. Excess luggage will be subject to fees imposed by the airline and will be the responsibility of each guest – payable to the airline when checking in for your flights.

    Carriage of Portable Oxygen Concentrators (POC) or CPAP breathing machines on internal flights per airline regulations (subject to change as each airline has their own regulations)

    1. Guests must obtain a Doctor’s Certificate mentioning their medical condition and the need to carry this equipment with them on their flights.

    2. The certificate should have attached a picture of the equipment with its description/specifications especially with regards to the type of batteries used (lithium/dry or any other type)

    3. These documents need to be sent to the Land Program Team via Reservations at RSSC at least one month prior to travel so that our local operator can begin the notification process with the airline(s).

    4. Failure to comply with the above regulations may result in a denial of this equipment at the airport for which Regent Seven Seas Cruises nor our local ground operator be responsible for.

    Documents and Visa Requirements:

    Foreign passengers entering Peru must have a passport valid at least 6 months past the day of arrival in Peru.

    Aircraft type (subject to change): TBA

    Accommodations:

    J.W. Marriott El Convento Hotel or similar in Cusco – Classic Inca Room

    Esquina de la Calle Ruinas 432 y San Agustín, Cusco, Peru

    Phone: +51 84 582200

    Program includes:

    •English-speaking licensed guides

    •2 nights in a Classic Inca room with oxygen enriched system at JW Marriott El Convento Cusco hotel on a bed & breakfast basis

    •Entrance fees to Sacsayhuaman and Machu Picchu.

    •Round Trip Vistadome train Ollantaytambo / Machu Picchu / Ollantaytambo

    •Gratuities for luggage porterage and restaurants

    •1 lunch at local restaurant (including , 1 water or soft drink, and 1 hot beverage)

    •1 light snack at the hotel

    •Bottled water on coaches

    •Airport transfers

    •Domestic economy class flights per the itinerary

    Program excludes:

    •Drinks and meals not mentioned above

    •Personal expenses and hotel incidentals such as laundry, phone calls, and minibar

    •Gratuities to drivers and guides

    Please note: Land programs that encompass multiple days ashore customarily include extensive and prolonged activity, while those of shorter durations typically have more moderate activity levels. However, each program varies and participants should be prepared to negotiate a mixture of surfaces which may include: inclines, cobblestones, sand, and gravel or natural paths. There may also be a need to climb steps or stairs on occasion. Guests who utilize a wheelchair and those with mobility concerns are advised to check with the cruise line in advance to see if any portion of the tour program may not be considered suitable for their individual situation. Weather appropriate clothing; hats; sunglasses; and flat, comfortable walking shoes are generally recommended.

    Please note: All land programs are capacity controlled and subject to availability. Programs falling under the minimum number of required participants are subject to cancellation. Pricing listed is also subject to change to meet unexpected cost increases for transportation, land arrangements or currency fluctuations. Once purchased, pricing is guaranteed and not subject to change. Overland Programs must be purchased no later than 45 days prior to your sail date. Cancellations made within 45 days or less prior to the sail date are subject to 100% cancellation penalty.

  • OVERLAND-MYSTERIOUS MACHU PICCHU - STANDARD CODE: LIML67

    Delve into the sacred and mysterious landmarks of the Inca Empire, including famed Machu Picchu, the Lost City of the Incas, and other ancient temples, all precisely constructed without mortar.

    Special Note: As this is an active program that takes place at high altitudes, we strongly recommend that all guests should consult with their physician regarding their ability to participate prior to signing up.

    Any guests travelling with Portable Oxygen Concentrators (POC) or CPAP breathing machines should read further below for airline stipulations with regards to bringing this equipment on tour.

    DAY 1 – Friday, November 13th, 2020

    Once you disembark the ship, you will transfer to the Lima for the flight to Cusco.

    Upon arrival in Cusco you will be welcomed by our representatives who will assist you and transfer you to a local restaurant for lunch.

    Continuing on, your next stop is the sacred site of Koricancha. Here, you will admire the lovely Dominican Convent of Santo Domingo that was built on the foundations of the Temple of the Sun, the most sumptuous temple in the Inca Empire. The curved, mortar-less masonry wall at the west end of the church is considered to be one of the greatest existing examples of Inca stonework.

    Transfer to your hotel. After check-in, the remainder of the evening is at your leisure and dinner is on your own.

    Overnight at JW Marriott El Convento Hotel or similar hotel.

    NOTE: All of the rooms at the J.W. Marriott have an oxygen enriched system to help you acclimate to the altitude. This upgrade service has been included in this package.

    DAY 2 – Saturday, November 14th, 2020

    After breakfast, you will drive to the Sacsayhuaman fortress. Strategically located on a hill overlooking Cusco, the fortress was constructed without mortar like many other Inca structures. Yet the enormous stones (some weighing 200 tons) of the remaining walls fit so tightly that not even a thin blade of grass can slide between them. The craftsmanship is a stunning example of the Inca’s sophisticated construction techniques and architectural skills.

    Continue to the train station from where you will take the Vistadome train to Aguas Calientes, which features large panoramic windows for excellent viewing of the passing landscape.

    Upon arriving in Aguas Calientes, enjoy lunch at a local restaurant before driving to the ruins of Machu Picchu to explore this famous “Lost City of the Incas.” Constructed as a royal retreat for the Inca emperor Pachacuti in the 1400s, Machu Picchu was abandoned less than 100 years later, its population probably devastated by smallpox. Because the Spanish conquistadors never found this hidden city, Bingham discovered it largely intact.

    Once inside the citadel, architectural highlights include the Temple of the Sun, designed much like the one in Cusco, several other temples, hundreds of terraces, and a mysterious carved stone situated on a raised platform that towers above the plaza. The stone may have been used for astronomical observations, but no one knows for certain. The Inca had no written language, so there is no record of Machu Picchu’s ultimate purpose. Scholars are still striving to uncover clues as to its mysteries.

    At the end of the day, board the Vistadome Train back towards Cusco. Upon arriving in Ollantaytambo, you will transfer back to your hotel. Dinner will be on your own.

    DAY 3 – Sunday, November 15th, 2020

    After breakfast and check out, transfer from the hotel to the Cusco airport for the flight back to Lima.

    Upon arrival in Lima, the group is transferred to Pisco to board the ship. A box lunch is included for the drive.

    Land Program Step by Step:

    Please note: The order of sites visited may vary to avoid congestion. This program is subject to flight confirmations which are beyond our control. All program details including timings and any flights indicated below are approximate, given here for general reference purposes and subject to change. Final itineraries with the most up to date details will be provided by the Destination Services Team once you board the ship. Please review your final itinerary carefully for any amendments.

    DAY 1 – Friday, November 13th, 2020

    10:40am Transfer to the airport (We suggest guests fly with a carry-on only)

    11:10am Arrival at airport.

    1:00pm Flight to Cusco (Airline and flight number TBA and subject to change)

    2:21pm Arrival in Cusco. Transfer to local restaurant for lunch

    3:00pm Lunch at local restaurant

    4:00pm Visit Koricancha and photo stop at the main square

    5:30pm Transfer to the hotel and check in. Dinner on your own.

    Overnight at JW Marriott El Convento Cusco Hotel

    DAY 2

    5:00am Wake-up call

    5:30am Buffet breakfast at hotel (not private)

    6:45am Drive to Sacsayhuaman Fortress

    7:05am Visit Sacsayuaman Fortress

    8:05am Transfer to the train station

    10:32am Vistadome train to Aguas Calientes

    12:20pm Bus drive to Machu Picchu Citadel

    12:45pm Lunch at a local restaurant

    1:30pm Guided visit of the Citadel

    3:30pm Bus drive back to Aguas Calientes

    4:22pm Vistadome train back to Ollantaytambo

    6:10pm Drive to your hotel, dinner on own

    Overnight at JW Marriott El Convento Cusco Hotel or similar hotel

    DAY 3

    5:10am Wake-up call

    5:40am Buffet breakfast at hotel

    6:10am Drive to the Cusco Airport

    6:40am Arrival at airport and check-in

    8:30am Flight to Lima (Airline and flight number TBA and subject to change)

    10:02am Arrival in Lima

    10:30am Transfer to Pisco. Box lunch en-route

    3:30pm Approximate arrival at the port and embark the ship

    Expected Weather:

    Average temperature in the highlands is 65ºF max /43ºF min while in Lima it is 80ºF max/68ºF min.

    What to Bring:

    • Bring comfortable, casual clothing in natural, “breathable” fabrics. Temperatures will change as altitudes and the time changes, so it’s best to bring shorts, as well as long trousers and layered clothing. Religious sites require conservative dress. Both males and females should cover their arms, legs and shoulders.

    • Local standards dictate a neat, clean outfit for dining in restaurants and touring urban areas. For men: long trousers and a shirt with a collar. For ladies: trousers or a knee-length (or longer) skirt with a modest top. Formal clothing is not necessary.

    • A sweater or lightweight jacket for the cooler evening temperatures.

    • A lightweight (preferably non-plastic) raincoat or poncho, and an umbrella.

    • Comfortable walking shoes with low or no heels. Sandals may not be comfortable for some sightseeing activities.

    • Sunglasses with a strap, sun block, a sunhat, and insect repellent.

    • Walking sticks are prohibited in Machu Picchu except for passengers with mobility problems.

    Local Currency:

    Peru’s currency is the Nuevo Sol (S/.)

    Electricity:

    The current is 220 volts AC. In most hotel bathrooms, there is an electrical outlet with 110 volts for electric shavers, but this should not be used for travel irons or hair dryers. Most hotel rooms are equipped with hairdryers. We suggest guests bring a travel adaptor for electric devices.

    Luggage information:

    For domestic flights in Peru, guests may check one piece of luggage weighing 23Kg (50 pounds) per person and one carry-on of 8Kg (17.5 pounds) per person. Excess luggage will be subject to fees imposed by the airline and will be the responsibility of each guest – payable to the airline when checking in for your flights.

    Documents and Visa Requirements:

    Foreign passengers entering Peru must have a passport valid at least 6 months past the day of arrival in Peru.

    Aircraft type (subject to change):

    TBA

    Carriage of Portable Oxygen Concentrators (POC) or CPAP breathing machines on internal flights per airline regulations (subject to change as each airline has their own regulations):

    1. Guests must obtain a Doctor’s Certificate mentioning their medical condition and the need to carry this equipment with them on their flights.

    2. The certificate should have attached a picture of the equipment with its description/specifications especially with regards to the type of batteries used (lithium/dry or any other type)

    3. These documents need to be sent to the Land Program Team via Reservations at RSSC at least one month prior to travel so that our local operator can begin the notification process with the airline(s).

    4. Failure to comply with the above regulations may result in a denial of this equipment at the airport for which Regent Seven Seas Cruises nor our local ground operator be responsible for.

    Accommodations:

    J.W. Marriott El Convento Hotel in Cusco – Classic Inca Room

    Esquina de la Calle Ruinas 432 y San Agustín, Cusco, Peru

    Phone: +51 84 582200

    Program includes:

    •English-speaking licensed guides

    •2 nights in a Classic Inca room with oxygen enriched system at JW Marriott El Convento or similar hotel in Cusco on a bed & breakfast basis

    •Entrance fees to Sacsayhuaman and Machu Picchu

    •Round Trip Vistadome train Ollantaytambo / Machu Picchu / Ollantaytambo

    •Gratuities for luggage porterage and restaurants

    •2 lunches at local restaurants (including, 1 water or soft drink, and 1 hot beverage)

    •1 box lunch

    •Bottled water on coaches

    •Airport transfers

    •Domestic economy class flights per the itinerary

    Program excludes:

    •Drinks and meals not mentioned above

    •Personal expenses and hotel incidentals such as laundry, phone calls, and minibar

    •Gratuities to drivers and guides

    Please note: Land programs that encompass multiple days ashore customarily include extensive and prolonged activity, while those of shorter durations typically have more moderate activity levels. However, each program varies, and participants should be prepared to negotiate a mixture of surfaces which may include: inclines, cobblestones, sand, and gravel or natural paths. There may also be a need to climb steps or stairs on occasion. Guests who utilize a wheelchair and those with mobility concerns are advised to check with the cruise line in advance to see if any portion of the tour program may not be considered suitable for their individual situation. Weather appropriate clothing; hats; sunglasses; and flat, comfortable walking shoes are generally recommended.

    All land programs are capacity controlled and subject to availability. Programs falling under the minimum number of required participants are subject to cancellation. Pricing listed is also subject to change to meet unexpected cost increases for transportation, land arrangements or currency fluctuations. Once purchased, pricing is guaranteed and not subject to change. Mid cruise overland programs must be purchased no later than 60 days prior to your sail date. Cancellations made within 60 days or less prior to the sail date are subject to 100% cancellation penalty.

  • OVERLAND - MYSTERIOUS MACHU PICCHU - DELUXE CODE: LIML79

    During your voyage, enjoy a rare opportunity to explore the world’s most fascinating destinations in small, private groups, with knowledgeable guides to help you discover off –the-beaten- path gems. On an Overland Program, you’ll disembark the ship for one-night or more to enjoy a more authentic insider’s view, experiencing firsthand the colorful cultures, dramatic landscapes and exquisite landmarks before rejoining your ship.

    Special Note: As this is an active program that takes place at high altitudes, we strongly recommend that all guests should consult with their physician regarding their ability to participate prior to signing up.

    Any guests travelling with Portable Oxygen Concentrators (POC) or CPAP breathing machines should read further below for airline stipulations with regards to bringing this equipment on tour.

    Delve into the sacred and mysterious landmarks of the Inca Empire, including famed Machu Picchu, the Lost City of the Incas, and other ancient temples, all precisely constructed without mortar.

    DAY 1 – Friday, April 24th, 2020

    Once you disembark from the ship, you will transfer to the Lima Airport in order to take your flight to Cusco.

    Upon arrival in Cusco you will be met and transferred you to your hotel in Cusco. On the way to the hotel, your guide will give you a briefing about Cusco City. After checking in you will have the remainder of the evening to explore the area at leisure. Dinner is on your own tonight.

    Enjoy dinner at the hotel.

    Overnight at Palacio del Inka, a Luxury Collection Resort & Spa or similar hotel.

    NOTE: Suites at the Palacio del Inka Luxury Collection hotel, have an oxygen enriched system to help you acclimate to the altitude. This upgrade service has been included in this package.

    DAY 2 – Saturday, April 25th, 2020

    After breakfast, you will drive to the Sacsayhuaman fortress. Strategically located on a hill overlooking Cusco, the fortress was constructed without mortar like many other Inca structures. Yet the enormous stones (some weighing 200 tons) of the remaining walls fit so tightly that not even a thin blade of grass can slide between them. The craftsmanship is a stunning example of the Inca’s sophisticated construction techniques and architectural skills.

    Continue to Ollanta train station from where you will take the Vistadome train to Aguas Calientes, which features large panoramic windows for excellent viewing of the passing landscape.

    Upon arriving in Aguas Calientes, enjoy lunch at a local restaurant before driving to the ruins of Machu Picchu to explore this famous “Lost City of the Incas.” Constructed as a royal retreat for the Inca emperor Pachacuti in the 1400s, Machu Picchu was abandoned less than 100 years later, its population probably devastated by smallpox. Because the Spanish conquistadors never found this hidden city, Bingham discovered it largely intact.

    Once inside the citadel, architectural highlights include the Temple of the Sun, designed much like the one in Cusco, several other temples, hundreds of terraces, and a mysterious carved stone situated on a raised platform that towers above the plaza. The stone may have been used for astronomical observations, but no one knows for certain. The Inca had no written language, so there is no record of Machu Picchu’s ultimate purpose. Scholars are still striving to uncover clues as to its mysteries.

    After visiting Machu Picchu, you will board a bus back down to Aguas Calientes, and then board the Hiram Bingham, the deluxe Orient Express train named after the man who discovered Machu Picchu in 1911. During the journey, dinner will be served as you take in the spectacular Andean scenery.

    Overnight at Palacio del Inka Luxury Collection hotel or similar hotel.

    DAY 3 – Sunday, April 26th, 2020

    Enjoy breakfast at the hotel.

    Before leaving the hotel, enjoy a light snack at the hotel and then transfer to the airport for your flight to Trujillo.

    Upon arrival in Trujillo, you will be met and transferred to Salaverry port to re-embark the ship.

    Land Program Step by Step:

    Please note: The order of sites visited may vary to avoid congestion. This program is subject to flight confirmations which are beyond our control. All program details including timings and any flights indicated below are approximate, given here for general reference purposes and subject to change.

    Final itineraries with the most up to date details will be provided by the Destination Services Team once you board the ship. Please review your final itinerary carefully for any amendments.

    DAY 1

    1:30pm Transfer from Callao port to Lima airport (We suggest to fly with a carry-on only)

    2:30pm Arrival at airport and check-in for your flight

    4:00pm Flight (Airline and flight number TBA and subject to change) to Cusco

    5:20pm Arrival in Cusco. Transfer and check in at the hotel

    7:30pm Dinner at the hotel.

    Overnight at the Palacio del Inka Luxury Collection or similar hotel

    DAY 2

    5:00am Wake-up call

    5:30am Buffet breakfast at hotel (not private)

    7:00am Drive to Sacsayhuaman Fortress

    7:30am Visit Sacsayuaman Fortress

    8:30am Transfer to the train station

    10:32am Vistadome train to Aguas Calientes

    12:20pm Bus drive to Machu Picchu Citadel

    12:45pm Lunch at a local restaurant

    1:30pm Guided visit of the Citadel

    4:45pm Bus drive back to Aguas Calientes

    5:50pm Hiram Bingham train to Ollanta Station (dinner aboard)

    7:25pm Drive to the Hotel

    9:40pm Arrival to hotel

    Overnight at the Palacio del Inka Luxury Collection or similar hotel

    DAY 3

    7:00am Buffet breakfast at hotel (not private)

    10:00am Light snack at the hotel

    10:30am Drive to Cusco Airport

    11:00am Arrival at airport and check-in

    12:30pm Flight (Airline and flight number TBA and subject to change) to Trujillo

    14:29pm Arrival in Trujillo

    14:29pm Drive to Salaverry port

    15:15pm Arrival at the port and embark the ship

    Expected Weather:

    Average temperature in the highlands is 65ºF max /43ºF min while in Lima it is 80ºF max/68ºF min.

    What to Bring:

    • Bring comfortable, casual clothing in natural, “breathable” fabrics. Temperatures will change as altitudes and the time changes, so it’s best to bring shorts, as well as long trousers and layered clothing. Religious sites require conservative dress. Both males and females should cover their arms, legs and shoulders.

    • Local standards dictate a neat, clean outfit for dining in restaurants and touring urban areas. For men: long trousers and a shirt with a collar. For ladies: trousers or a knee-length (or longer) skirt with a modest top. Formal clothing is not necessary.

    • A sweater or lightweight jacket for the cooler evening temperatures.

    • A lightweight (preferably non-plastic) raincoat or poncho, and an umbrella.

    • Comfortable walking shoes with low or no heels. Sandals may not be comfortable for some sightseeing activities.

    • Sunglasses with a strap, sun block, a sunhat, and insect repellent.

    • Walking sticks are prohibited in Machu Picchu except for passengers with mobility problems.

    Local Currency:

    Peru’s currency is the Nuevo Sol (S/.). The exchange rate with the U.S. dollar varies, although the current exchange rate is approximately S/. 3.20 per 1 US dollar.

    Electricity:

    The current is 220 volts AC. In most hotel bathrooms, there is an electrical outlet with 110 volts for electric shavers, but this should not be used for travel irons or hair dryers. Most hotel rooms are equipped with hairdryers.

    Luggage information:

    For domestic flights in Peru, you may check one piece of luggage weighing 23Kg (50 pounds) per person and one carry-on of 8Kg (17.5 pounds) per person. Excess luggage will be subject to fees imposed by the airline and will be the responsibility of each guest – payable to the airline when checking in for your flights.

    Documents and Visa Requirements:

    Foreign passengers entering Peru must have a passport valid at least 6 months past the day of arrival in Peru.

    Aircraft type (subject to change): TBA

    Carriage of Portable Oxygen Concentrators (POC) or CPAP breathing machines on internal flights per airline regulations (subject to change as each airline has their own regulations)

    1. Guests must obtain a Doctor’s Certificate mentioning their medical condition and the need to carry this equipment with them on their flights.

    2. The certificate should have attached a picture of the equipment with its description/specifications especially with regards to the type of batteries used (lithium/dry or any other type)

    3. These documents need to be sent to the Land Program Team via Reservations at RSSC at least one month prior to travel so that our local operator can begin the notification process with the airline(s).

    4. Failure to comply with the above regulations may result in a denial of this equipment at the airport for which Regent Seven Seas Cruises nor our local ground operator be responsible for.

    Accommodations:

    Palacio del Inka Luxury Collection Hotel – Suite with Oxygen

    Palacios 136, Cusco, Peru

    Phone: +51 84 231961

    Program includes:

    •English-speaking licensed guides

    •2 nights in a suite with oxygen enriched system at Palacio del Inka Luxury Collection Hotel in Cusco on a bed & breakfast basis

    •Entrance fees to Sacsayhuaman and Machu Picchu.

    •Vistadome train one-way Ollantaytambo to Machu Picchu

    •Hiram Bingham train one-way Machu Picchu to Ollantaytambo

    •Gratuities for luggage porterage and restaurants

    •1 Dinner at the hotel (1 glass of local wine or beer, 1 water or soft drink, and 1 hot beverage)

    •1 Dinner on board the Hiram Bingham Train (unlimited non-alcoholic and local alcoholic beverages)

    •1 lunch at local restaurant (including , 1 water or soft drink, and 1 hot beverage)

    •1 light snack at the hotel

    •Bottled water on coaches

    •Airport transfers

    •Domestic economy class flights per the itinerary

    Program excludes:

    •Drinks and meals not mentioned above

    •Personal expenses and hotel incidentals such as laundry, phone calls, and minibar

    •Gratuities to drivers and guides

    Please note: Land programs that encompass multiple days ashore customarily include extensive and prolonged activity, while those of shorter durations typically have more moderate activity levels. However, each program varies and participants should be prepared to negotiate a mixture of surfaces which may include: inclines, cobblestones, sand, and gravel or natural paths. There may also be a need to climb steps or stairs on occasion. Guests who utilize a wheelchair and those with mobility concerns are advised to check with the cruise line in advance to see if any portion of the tour program may not be considered suitable for their individual situation. Weather appropriate clothing; hats; sunglasses; and flat, comfortable walking shoes are generally recommended.

    Please note: All land programs are capacity controlled and subject to availability. Programs falling under the minimum number of required participants are subject to cancellation. Pricing listed is also subject to change to meet unexpected cost increases for transportation, land arrangements or currency fluctuations. Once purchased, pricing is guaranteed and not subject to change. Overland Programs must be purchased no later than 45 days prior to your sail date. Cancellations made within 45 days or less prior to the sail date are subject to 100% cancellation penalty

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