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Hike Manchu Pichu, explore Lake TIticaca, and enjoy culinary delights in the top food destination in South America. That is just the beginning of this amazing expedition. You will discover the sites and sounds of cities and sacred lands, rich in history and culture. On a Hurtigruten cruise, you’re an active adventurer. You’ll immerse yourself in hands-on science and education by exploring in our small boats (RIBs) and participating in activities like hiking, kayaking, snorkeling, and more.
Polar Outside cabins are mostly situated on the middle or lower decks and all have bathrooms with a shower/toilet. Some have queen beds, while others offer separate beds (where one of which is a sofa bed) or upper and lower berths. All cabins have individual specifications.
Relaxation and comfort are the hallmarks of our Arctic Superior cabins. Situated on both the upper and middle decks, they all have bathrooms with shower/toilet. They are also equipped with tea- and coffee-making facilities. Most of them have separate beds, where one of which doubles as a sofa, and some have queen. All cabins have individual specifications.
Expeditions Suites are the most exquisite cabins on the ship. Situated on upper decks, these are the most comfortable suites on board. Inside, you’ll find seating areas with a TV, bathrooms with a shower/toilet, most with queen beds. Some suites have more amenities than others.
An exciting welcome gift awaits all suite guests in their cabin.
With an exciting cocktail of cosmopolitan cool and ancient heritage, Lima is the perfect place to begin your adventure. See colorful murals, bustling cafés, and contemporary art museums in the bright, bohemian area of Barranco.
Lima’s historical center is designated as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. It’s a jewel of Spanish architecture, with colonial-era churches and monasteries and elegant mansions. You can also see Lima’s Inca heritage in the ruins of the Huaca Pucllana and Huaca Huallamarca ceremonial pyramids.
Known as the food capital of South America, you have a range of choices at your fingertips, from specialty restaurants to can’t-miss street food. We recommend trying ceviche, Peru’s national dish. It is fresh fish marinated in lime juice, onion, and chili.