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Valparaiso to Guayaquil - Example 13 Day Cruise aboard Le Boreal (CDP)
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This 13-day cruise aboard Le Boreal from Valparaiso, Chile to Guayaquil, Ecuador visits the major highlights along the Pacific coast of Chile and Peru. Visit the towns of Coquimbo, Iquique, Arica, Pisco, Callao, Salaverry, and others as you learn about this history and heritage of this region with stops at ancient ruins and walks through historic city centers that have rightfully earned their designation as UNESCO World Heritage Sites. Boat tours, walking tours, and even paragliding are all options on this exciting and educational excursion through the Andean cordillera. 

Day-by-Day Summary

Day 1 : Valparaiso, Chile | Embark
Day 2 : Coquimbo
Day 3 : At Sea
Day 4 : Iquique
Day 5 : Arica
Day 6 : Matarani
Day 7 : At Sea
Day 8 : Pisco
Days 9-10 : Callao
Day 11 : Salaverry
Day 12 : At Sea
Day 13 : Guayaquil, Ecuador | Disembark

Highlights

  • Visit Valparaiso a charming city listed as a UNESCO World Heritage site
  • Admire Coquimbo's spectacular sandy beaches and tropical scene
  • Stroll through Iquique's old center and enjoy its neoclassical style
  • Discover Matarini's unique landscapes of desert, scattered with green oasis

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Le Boreal (CDP)

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Activities

Trip Type

  • Small Ship

Activity Level

Relaxed

Trip Snapshots

Road along coastline of Valparaiso Valparaiso, Chile South American food and wine Callao, Peru Las Peñas neighborhood in Guayaquil

Day 1 Valparaiso, Chile | Embark

Located about 100 kilometers south of Santiago, the legendary Valparaiso is the second largest city in Chile. It is also a splendid city, full of history: two qualities justifying its nickname “gem of the Pacific” and its status as a UNESCO World Heritage site. You can stroll along the steep streets, on foot or by cable car, and explore the many admirable sites like the delicate Iglesia de la Matriz, Sotomayor square, Bellavista hill, or Sebastiana house where the author Pablo Neruda lived. At every turning, you’ll get a refreshing view of the sea.

Day 2 Coquimbo

  • Ship
  • 1 Breakfast, 1 Lunch, 1 Dinner
On Chile'sᅠNorte Chico (Little North) is the port of Coquimbo where peace and harmony reign, sheltered in the inlet of the La Herradura Bay. This charming seaside town is mere minutes away from La Serena. Set off to discover this site along the Pacific Ocean and its spectacular sandy beaches. Founded in 1544, this old town has retained its beautiful colonial architecture that bears traces of Spanish and neoclassical influences. Venture deeper inland to the Elqui Valley, one of the country's largest and most spectacular. This valley was the birthplace of Gabriela Mistral, the renowned poet, and is also where Chile's famous pisco is made.

Optional Excursions: 

LA SERENA CITY TOUR

During this tour, visit the main highlights of La Serena, an important city, and resort. This is the northern region of Chile known as “Norte Chico” (little North) and the entrance to the beautiful Elqui Valley. Leave the pier to drive to La Herradura Bay (“Horseshoe Bay”, due to its shape) in Coquimbo. An old fisherman town and place of pirate's legends visited in 1578 by Francis Drake. Enjoy seeing the fishermen village with its handmade boats. Its 1.25-mile long beach with a calm sea made it a must for windsurfing and diving.
Continue the tour towards La Serena city, following the waterfront avenue, Avenida del Mar, 8 miles (12 km) of nice beaches that make this city one of the most popular ones during summer vacations.
Your first stop of the tour is by the Costanera, near the monumental lighthouse, a 92 feet (28 m) high structure built in 1951 as a symbol of the city, where you have the opportunity to take some photos of the beaches and the lighthouse. Back on the bus, drive through the beautiful Francisco de Aguirre Boulevard, and appreciate many reproductions of historical marble statues set between the trees of this popular park. Then reach La Serena downtown, the most typical area of this old city founded in 1544, being the second oldest city in Chile. The city has three architectural periods: the traditional Spanish style, the Neoclassical style and the Neo-colonial period. View the different architectural styles in its gardens, houses, and avenues.
Before joining your coach, visit the famous La Recova popular Market, where you can find interesting local produce and handicrafts shops.
Drive back to the pier and your ship.

Day 3 At Sea

  • Ship
  • 1 Breakfast, 1 Lunch, 1 Dinner
During your day at sea, make the most of the many services and activities on board. Treat yourself to a moment of relaxation in the spa or stay in shape in the fitness center. Depending on the season, let yourself be tempted by the swimming pool or a spot of sunbathing. This day without a port of call is the perfect opportunity to enjoy the conferences or shows proposed on board, to do some shopping in the boutique or to meet the photographers in their dedicated space. As for lovers of the open sea, they are able to visit the ship’s upper deck to admire the spectacle of the waves and perhaps be lucky enough to observer marine species. A truly enchanted interlude, combining comfort, rest and entertainment.
 

Day 4 Iquique

  • Ship
  • 1 Breakfast, 1 Lunch, 1 Dinner
A coastal town in the north of Chile, capital of the Tarapacà region, Iquique enjoys a unique location between the Pacific and the cliffs of the Cordillera de la Costa. Although the bustle of its harbor makes this a modern city, it also has many admirable relics from Chile’s past. Love to stroll in the old center, which is one of many preserved structures, such as the old aristocratic district of Paseo Baquedano or the neoclassical style municipal theatre.

Optional Excursions: 

IQUIQUE CITY TOUR

Enjoy a leisurely excursion through this lovely 19th century, adventurous, cosmopolitan city known in those years as the World's Nitrate Capital.
Begin by exploring the main avenues of the historic center city, including the beachfront southern section with sandy beaches. Enjoy the unique Baquedano Avenue with its gay and brightly painted Georgian style wood houses, built between 1880 and 1920 to emulate the current North American fashion.
Visit Astoreca Palace, formerly the mansion of a baron of the nitrate; today it is the city's Culture House. Afterwards, stroll downtown Plaza Prat by Baquedano Boulevard, which still boasts the exotic palm trees and other plants that wealthy “Iquiqueños” brought to decorate their city.
This luxurious legacy lives on in other establishments which you will visit, including a carefully preserved clock tower, the imposing Municipal Theatre - Iquique's most precious jewel - the Regional Museum and the Centro Español erected in Moorish style, where you will enjoy a “Pisco Sour”.
Enjoy some free time at leisure before re-embarking your coach for the return drive to the port and your ship.
 
FLYING IN TANDEM - PARAGLIDING

Fly like the birds completely silent. Hear only the wind whispering you while you glide through the sky in absolute calm, with the bustling city at one side and the Pacific Ocean at the other, this is what the paragliding experience offers you at one of the best spots in the world: the city of Iquique, in Chile's Atacama.
The easiest way to enjoy this fantastic experience is to fly in tandem. This flight in tandem is made in a special paraglider, much bigger than the usual ones, with capacity for two persons. You sit and relax comfortably in front, while the experienced pilot takes care of all the rest: takes off, flies, and landing of the paraglider. This means you need no experience nor any previous training to fly in tandem. The 10 years experienced Instruction Pilots are all certified and registered at the Chilean DGAC (Civil Aeronautic Department), and they provide you with a few simple instructions to follow before the flight.
From the pier, take a 30-minute transfer to Alto Hospicio Hill, at 1,500 feet (500 m) altitude, from where you can take off. Here, your Instructor-Pilot prepares the equipment and gives you the simple instructions. Also, be equipped with a thermic outfit for your comfort. The flights are subject to wind conditions and good weather, and on some occasions, you need to wait for these conditions to reach the ideal stage. This could take between 30 to 90 minutes. At the same time, the landing is programmed according to the weather conditions and flight safety.

SANTA LAURA & HUMBERSTONE

From the pier, embark your coach for the one-hour drive to the nitrate towns. En route, enjoy magnificent panoramic views of this coastal city with its beautiful beaches and the ridged Cerro Dragón (dragon hill). Continue through the magical and indescribable beauty of the Atacama Desert, before finally reaching the nitrate ghost towns of Santa Laura and Humberstone, both declared National Monument.
The Santa Laura plants and the town of Humberstone are the oldest saltpeter extraction sites. Workers from Chile, Peru, and Bolivia lived there and formed a common “pampina” culture. They lived and worked there from 1880 onwards, exploiting the world's largest saltpeter deposit, transforming the agricultural landscape of North, South America and Europe, while at the same time providing Chile with great wealth. These cities, now abandoned, were vast places of exchange with their own language, organization, and customs. These sites for converting saltpeter into fertilizer closed their doors around 1960, and the buildings abandoned overnight were transformed into museums and placed on the UNESCO World Heritage List.
First visit Santa Laura, where the processing plant and smokestacks are still visible along with the administration building and the warehouse.
A couple of miles ahead is Humberstone, founded in 1862, the place where the workers lived. See the theatre with the seats still in place, the church, both built of Oregon pine, the hotel, a general store, administration buildings and a full-sized swimming pool built on iron. It takes you back in time to the splendor of this important period in Chile's history.
Before returning to the port, enjoy a nice cocktail drink at the old market.

Day 5 Arica

  • Ship
  • 1 Breakfast, 1 Lunch, 1 Dinner
Optional Excursions: 

CHINCHORRO CULTURE

From the pier, embark your coach for the scenic drive along the southern coastline. Stop at the Chinchorro and Las Machas Beaches, some of the most beautiful of the region. The Chinchorro Beach owes its name to an old fishing system used by native inhabitants since remote times. This name was also given to the mummified human remains and the culture they belonged to, which were found buried in the sand by the German archaeologist Max Uhle. They are nowadays considered to be the oldest mummies in the world.
Stop at Las Machas Beach and enjoy a short walk of around 150 yards (500 m) to observe a wide variety of birds at the wetlands. After some time at leisure, return to your coach for the drive to La Frontera Plain, where while admiring the immensity of the area and ocean, you will learn about the importance of the Chinchorro culture in the region.
Afterwards, drive to the beautiful Azapa Valley to visit the archaeological museum of San Miguel de Azapaand its special building exclusively dedicated to the Chinchorro culture, where you will learn and understand the different processes used to mummify their relatives and have the opportunity to see a wide variety of mummies, from foetus to child and adults, all preserved according to different and unique techniques that no other culture continued.
Finally, drive downtown Arica to visit the on-site museum, formerly a house at Colon 10 Street where, while working to build a restaurant, mummified remains were found. Considering their fragility, archaeologists decided to develop an “in situ” museum (the only one in South America) and left the mummies at the same place where they were buried thousands of years ago.
After this unique experience, drive back to the pier and your ship.

HIGHLANDS ANCIENT TRADITIONS
From the pier, embark your coach for the drive towards Lluta valley to visit the interesting geoglyphs at Rosario, drawn on the hills by the old inhabitants of the region.
After almost 25 miles (40 km), make a stop at a rustic Inn to have a coca leaves the tea to avoid altitude sickness, as Aymara people still do before going up the mountain to these days. Continue your trip to visit the Copaquilla Pukara, an archaeological remain of an old fortress which protected the surroundings.
Then proceed to Putre, the capital of the Parinacota region, visit its interesting church and square, and stroll around town to admire the houses. Later on, proceed to a local basic restaurant for lunch.
Back on the coach, take the road back and stop to visit Socoroma village. Climbing through uneven terrain surrounded by agricultural terraces, going through its narrow streets leads you to its church and main Plaza. This village was part of the famous Inca trail.
After the visit, drive back to the pier.

CITY TOUR & GEOGLYPHS

Your tour begins with a drive towards the beautiful Azapa Valley, well-known for the olive production. On the way, seen in the distance, are several geoglyphs that are the unique drawings of human and animal forms created centuries ago by the native aboriginals scratching the salty surface of the brightly colored rocks.
Return to El Morro de Arica where can enjoy the same panoramic view of the port and city that the Chilean military used to its advantage during the Pacific War.
Before your return to the pier, stop in Colon Square for a visit to San Marcos Cathedral, a 19th-century Gothic edifice designed by Gustave Eiffel and the colonial age Customs Building.
Afterwards, enjoy some free time to stroll around and visit the little handicraft shops located at the plaza.

Day 6 Matarani

  • Ship
  • 1 Breakfast, 1 Lunch, 1 Dinner
On the southern coast of Peru, the port of Matarani is the doorway into the Arequipa region, one of the most prosperous in the country. From the city, you can get to the famous city of Arequipa, overlooked by three majestic volcanoes, the Misti, the Chacin and the Pichu Pichu. Apart from the Andean mountains, the Matarini region also houses impressive landscapes of desert, scattered with a green oasis.  

Optional Excursions: 

AREQUIPA & THE SANTA CATALINA CONVENT

Arequipa is Peru's second largest town. Originally the region was colonized by the Aymara and then by the Quechuas before it was taken over by the Incas. Situated 635 miles (1,024 km) south of Lima, the town was founded in 1540 and boasts numerous colonial-style mansions, churches, and remarkable convents. At 7,660 feet (2,335 m) above sea level, Arequipa is located in a truly awe-inspiring setting, dominated by three volcanoes: El Misti, Chachani, and Pichu Pichu.
It is known locally as the "White City" because most of its buildings were constructed in the 17th and 18th centuries out of soft, bright white volcanic rock extracted from nearby quarries.
From the pier, embark your coach for the 2 ½-hour journey to this city that seems to be frozen in time. Crossing the splendid Plaza de Armas main square, you can admire the Cathedral before visiting the Jesuit La Compañia church with its superb white-lava arcades. You will then discover the Convent of Santa Catalina. Built in 1579, it only opened to the public in 1970 after four centuries of strict religious seclusion.
The walls of this remarkable convent, the largest in the world with a surface area of over two hectares, used to shelter 450 reclusive Carmelite nuns who were shut away from the outside world. Santa Catalina is a town within a town, and when you pass through its gates you are immediately transported back to the 16th century - patios, cloisters, mansions, monastic buildings, all separated by full-size streets and plazas. Classified today as a UNESCO World Heritage site, it is one of Peru's real treasures.
After stopping for lunch at a typical Peruvian restaurant in the old town, enjoy some free time before returning to Matarani and your ship.

Day 7 At Sea

  • Ship
  • 1 Breakfast, 1 Lunch, 1 Dinner
During your day at sea, make the most of the many services and activities on board. Treat yourself to a moment of relaxation in the spa or stay in shape in the fitness center. Depending on the season, let yourself be tempted by the swimming pool or a spot of sunbathing. This day without a port of call is the perfect opportunity to enjoy the conferences or shows proposed on board, to do some shopping in the boutique or to meet the photographers in their dedicated space. As for lovers of the open sea, they are able to visit the ship’s upper deck to admire the spectacle of the waves and perhaps be lucky enough to observer marine species. A truly enchanted interlude, combining comfort, rest and entertainment.
 

Day 8 Pisco

  • Ship
  • 1 Breakfast, 1 Lunch, 1 Dinner
Optional Excursions: 

TAMBO COLORADO

From the pier, embark your air-conditioned coach for the 1h ½-hour drive to Tambo Colorado complex.
This archaeological site features large adobe complexes arranged around a trapezoidal plaza. Tambo Colorado is known by a variety of Quechua names - including Puka Tampu (“red resting place”) and Tukawasi (“red house”) - that hint at its color. 
Tambo Colorado was likely built during the 15th or 16th century as a way for the Inca to demonstrate their regional power. At the time, their empire stretched all the way from modern-day Chile to the Ecuador-Colombia border. Sites like Tambo Colorado were used as regional administrative centers aimed at helping integrate the conquered local people.
There are several structures that surround a large central plaza, as well as a raised ceremonial platform known as an Ushnu, which functioned as a sort of throne for the Inca ruler. Several niches and latticework are also carved into the adobe.
Tambo Colorado provides travelers with a fascinating look into Inca culture.

BALLESTAS ISLANDS

A short bus transfer from the pier brings you to El Chaco pier, from where you will take a local boat to the Ballestas Islands.
The Ballestas Islands is a vibrant and colorful wildlife sanctuary that is filled with wild birds and mammals, including sea lions, fur seals, and endangered Humboldt penguins. During this two-hour boat tour, come face-to-face with these animals in their natural habitat. On rare occasions, it is even possible to see dolphins and whales. Obviously, this tour is a spectacular choice for animal lovers and bird-watchers.
In addition to the animals named above, a wide range of seabirds also call these rocky islands their home. You may see and hear pelicans, boobies, red-footed Guanay cormorants, and many other types of birds. During this tour, you can observe a mysterious hieroglyphic, similar to the Nazca Lines that was carved into the face of a cliff over 1,000 years ago. This symbol is called The Candelabro, and it remains the source of much speculation and debate. It likely was created by the Paracas tribe living in the coast at that time, for reasons still unknown.

Day 9-10 Callao

  • Ship
  • 2 Breakfasts, 2 Lunches, 2 Dinners
As the country's primary fishing and trading port, Callao is the maritime gateway to Peru. From the town center, journey on to the capital, Lima, and wander around the Plaza Mayor (formerly Plaza de Armas), crowned with its gorgeous bronze fountain. Embellished with neo-colonial buildings such as the Government Palace or the Cathedral of Lima, the Esplanade is a symbol of the city's founding by conquistador Francisco Pizarro in 1535. Two streets away are the Monastery of San Francisco, one of the city's best-preserved colonial structures. Further south, don't miss the superb cloisters and patios of the Casona San Marcos.

Optional Excursions: 

COLONIAL LIMA

This tour offers the best of colonial and modern Lima and gives you an overview of the city. Explore the Main Square, designated as the center of the city by Lima's founder, Spanish conquistador Francisco Pizarro, in 1535. Although city planning was uncommon then, he laid out 117 blocks in neat rectangles on the south bank of the Rimac River, a plan that still exists today. As you stroll around this attractive square with your guide, see the Government Palace, the City Hall and visit the Cathedral with its ornate choir stalls, the chapel, the main altar and a Christ made of carved ivory, as well as the crypt with Pizarro's remains.
Visit the Santo Domingo Convent, the oldest church, and convent in Lima. 
Continue through the fashionable residential districts of San Isidro and Miraflores. A brief stop is made at Parque del Amor which overlooks the Pacific Ocean, before the return to Callao and your ship.

LIMA THROUGH TIME

Visit some of Lima's most beautiful private homes for an architectural and artistic angle on the city's history on this half-day tour. Stop at Casa Aliaga, the oldest house in Peru, which has been continuously occupied by 18 generations of the Aliaga family; tour the impressive colonial residence, containing valuable Peruvian art and artifacts. Next, it’s Casa García Alvarado, built in 1912 and remodeled in 1932 in the elegant style of Peru’s Government Palace. Its current hosts will give you a delightful look back at the way Lima’s elite used to live.
Finally, stop at Casa Luna, a modern home containing the treasures of the Luna Elias-Polo family, who greets you and show off their extensive collection of Nativity scenes from Peru and all over the world. Return to your ship via motor coach, having captured a bit of architectural history and the colorful lives of Lima’s private citizens!

LARCO HERRERA MUSEUM & OSMA MUSEUM

Your tour begins with a drive through the scintillating capital of Peru to the historic district known as Pueblo Libre. Your destination is the Larco Herrera Museum, founded in 1926 and housed in an elegant vice-royal colonial mansion of the 18th century. Here, enter an ancient world of continual fascination as over 3,000 years of Peru's pre-Columbian history unfold before you.
Pore over the finest collection of gold, silver and semiprecious stone artistry in Peru. Study some of the ancient Incan culture's finest examples of textile work and huaco ceramics, and see the tools the masterful artisans used to fashion these timeless treasures.
Elaborate earplugs, nose ornaments, pectorals, headdress ornaments and masks, many inlaid with lapis lazuli, turquoise, quartz, and amethyst reveal extraordinary skill while providing a glimpse into the workings of a culture that celebrated status and power through personal adornment.
The creation of nets, ropes, and bags, manufactured with vegetable fibers, was one of the first activities developed in ancient Peru. Later, animal wool, cotton, dyes, and the discovery of the loom (about 1000 BC) led to the creation of a national art form. One especially fine example boasts a world record, beating 398 threads per inch!

Day 11 Salaverry

  • Ship
  • 1 Breakfast, 1 Lunch, 1 Dinner
When your ship calls at Salaverry, this is the occasion to discover Trujillo, an elegant colonial town with brightly colored façades, decorated with ornate wooden balconies. With its yesteryear charm, this city is also a cultural symbol of Peru, as it is home to the vestiges of the Chimú and  Mochica civilizations. Chan Chan, the former capital of the Chimù kingdom is the largest adobe citadel in pre-Colombian America, declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO. Admire the Moche pyramids, the Huaca del Sol and the Huaca de la Luna, decorated with colorful mythological frescoes.

Optional Excursions: 

TRUJILLO & TEMPLES OF THE SUN & THE MOON

Depart from the port of Salaverry port for the 30-minute drive to the Sun & Moon huacas. These amazing huacas or temples were built during the Mochica era (1-650 AD), on the left side of the Moche River in Southern Trujillo. Traditionally, huacas were built against a sacred hill. Visit the Huaca de la Luna, built as an extension to the hill, which uncovers the secrets of the Mochica civilization through walls with vibrantly painted reliefs carved from the adobe structure.
Next, drive to Trujillo downtown, for a panoramic visit of the different streets, surrounded by colonial mansions now recovered to their full magnificence by local institutions. Visit La Casa Urquiaga housing the Banco de la Reserva, and view La Casa de Risco housing the Museum of Archaeology, which are very good samples of 17th-century mansions with iron balconies. Before the return drive to your ship, enjoy some free time to take pictures around the main square.
 
HUACA DRAGON & CHAN CHAN

Your first stop is Huaca Dragon. This Huaca, one of the best-preserved Chimu ceremonial centers, is an adobe pyramid that dates back approximately 1,100 years and is believed to have been the first settlement of the Wari Culture in the Moche Valley. Next, visit the citadel of Chan Chan, the ancient capital of the Chimu Empire from the 13th century, and the largest adobe city discovered yet. The site is a maze of streets, canals, water reservoirs, terraces, and pyramids, so vast that despite the profound impacts of climate through time, most it is still standing. The city is composed of ten walled citadels which housed ceremonial rooms, burial chambers, temples, reservoirs, and some residences. Each of these citadels has a rectangular configuration with a north-facing entrance, high walls, and a labyrinth of passages. Chan Chan was added as a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1986. Nowadays, the site is severely threatened by erosion from El Niño, which causes heavy rains and flooding on the Peruvian coast.
Continue to Huanchaco town, a fishing village where the old craft of fishing with the caballitos de totora (tall reed watercraft) as the Mochicas and Chimus did in ancient times, is still used. Enjoy a live demonstration of local fishermen building a Caballito de totora, before returning to the pier and your ship.

Day 12 At Sea

  • Ship
  • 1 Breakfast, 1 Lunch, 1 Dinner
During your day at sea, make the most of the many services and activities on board. Treat yourself to a moment of relaxation in the spa or stay in shape in the fitness center. Depending on the season, let yourself be tempted by the swimming pool or a spot of sunbathing. This day without a port of call is the perfect opportunity to enjoy the conferences or shows proposed on board, to do some shopping in the boutique or to meet the photographers in their dedicated space. As for lovers of the open sea, they are able to visit the ship’s upper deck to admire the spectacle of the waves and perhaps be lucky enough to observer marine species. A truly enchanted interlude, combining comfort, rest and entertainment.
 

Day 13 Guayaquil, Ecuador | Disembark

  • 1 Breakfast
Nicknamed the “Pearl of the Pacific”, Guayaquil is the most inhabited city in Ecuador. Founded by the conquistadors in 1535, it borders the coasts of the province of Guayas. You can stroll without any cares in the world, in the upper part of the city, next to the Las Peñas district. This Bohemian district with its colorful houses offers an impressive view of the city if you’re courageous enough to climb the steps which separate the chapel rooms from Cerro Santa Ana lighthouse. The city is also blessed with many parks and gardens, perfect for taking a breather. Disembark after breakfast and continue your independent trip back home.

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