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The Experience the force of


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You can hear the roar of the falls long before you see them. Made up of more than 275 waterfalls and spanning 1.7 miles, Iguazu Falls are a force to be reckoned with. Straddling the border between Argentina and Brazil, the falls should be explored from all vantage points. In Argentina you can get up close to the cascading waters at the Devil’s Throat – the tallest of the


falls – and the tops of several others. Jump on board a speedboat, head into the mist and prepare to get soaked! The Brazilian side offers a panoramic view of the entire network – utterly breathtaking, especially as the sun dips out of sight.


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Discover the meaning of love at the


Taj Mahal


The ivory-white marble mausoleum situated in the lush gardens on the banks of Agra’s Yamuna River is the ultimate symbol of love. India’s most-prized monument was commissioned by the Mughal emperor Shah Jahan to house the tomb of his favourite wife, Persian princess Mumtaz Mahal, who died giving birth to their 14th child. Over 20,000 stone carvers, masons and artists came from India and beyond to complete the epic task.


IGUAZU FALLS


Stand face-to-face with one of the world’s great natural wonders before or after Silversea’s Antarctica voyages, from November to February.


TAJ MAHAL


Enjoy a three-night pre or post-voyage land programme that includes a visit to the Taj Mahal on Silversea’s voyages that start or end in Mumbai.


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