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Discover more of Latin America & the Caribbean

Discover more of Latin America & the Caribbean

The new Latin America & the Caribbean brochure from Voyages of Discovery features an incredible selection of cruises from November 2010 – April 2011. Discovery will follow in the wake of famous explorers, travelling to someunmissable destinations full of colour and fascination in unhurried comfort and safety.  These include the Amazon, the Orinoco, Falkland Islands and the opportunity to visit the extraordinary Galapagos Islands.

Discovery will also be sailing to historic Cuba, where walking around is like a step back in time. Cuba is on the threshold of great change and is a must-see destination in the Caribbean, yet Voyages of Discovery is one of the few cruise lines to travel there.

The beautiful imagery, imaginative cruise titles and vivid descriptions of every destination in the new brochure help capture the magic of the Voyages of Discovery experience. It outlines what passengers can expect on board with information on the facilities, cabins, food, hospitality and everything that’s included and what’s not. The brochure also introduces the staff and eminent guest speakers who enrich each journey and bring the destinations to life.

Discovery’s Winter 2010/11 programme sees her crossing from the tranquil Mediterranean to the upbeat Caribbean via Central America, then on to a 79-day complete circumnavigation of South America from only £7,499 per person. The individual cruise prices start from only £1,299 (or just £70 per day) and include all flights, food, accommodation and gratuities on board. For those seeking a truly epic journey, full of amazing new experiences and outstanding savings, the Grand Voyages in the brochure are combination cruises linking entire regions together. Starting from just £2,399 per person, they offer truly fantastic value.

Geoff Lawrence, Sales & Marketing Director at Voyages of Discovery adds: “The Winter 2010/11 programme has been meticulously planned to offer unique experiences exploring ancient civilisations, exotic wildlife and spectacular scenery in the hands of experts. The new cruises are sure to delight our loyal customers, new customers and anyone with a true sense of adventure.”


Guests will enjoy their voyage accompanied by around 650 like-minded passengers, the experienced British Captain and friendly staff and crew. They can expect a warm, personal service without the crowds that inevitably come with bigger ships. As well as the main ports of call, Discovery visits smaller ‘off the beaten track’ destinations and stays in port longer, so there’s more time to explore.