Experience new excursions to the exotic Galpagos Islands

The splendour of Machu Picchu.
The splendour of Machu Picchu.

LOVE the David Attenborough spectacular Galápagos recently aired on television?

Now you can experience it close up yourself with Silversea's announcement of its Land Adventures to complement its Silver Galápagos voyages set to debut this September.

The new excursions complement voyages to the Galápagos Islands aboard Silver Galápagos, the expedition ship featuring 50 ocean-view suites, gourmet cuisine, and a butler.

Explore the remarkable natural wonders of the Galápagos Islands from your luxury base on board Silver Galápagos and enhance your expedition cruise experience with journeys to the South American mainland.

Land adventures feature deluxe accommodation, all transportation, transfers, guided sightseeing and some meals. A highlight will be the Machu Picchu Explorer.

Set high in the Peruvian Andes, amid craggy peaks and billowing clouds, is the glorious Lost City of the Incas, Machu Picchu.

In addition to exploring this monument of human achievement, you'll enjoy a roundtrip journey in Peru's Vistadome train.

Departing from Lima, the program is available as a pre- or post-cruise option of three or four nights. Prices start from $3439.

For more information on other land adventures on Silversea Cruises phone 1300 306 872 or visit


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