Solo travellers looking to explore exotic destinations do not have to pay a single supplement on select Hurtigruten itineraries to Central America, Patagonia and the Frozen Continent in 2021 and 2022. But hurry you have to book by 31 March.

You can go wildlife spotting and explore unusual cities along Central America’s Pacific coastline from Costa Rica to El Salvador, Nicaragua to Mexico on a 14-day cruise on Hurtigruten’s MS Roald Amundsen departing San Jose, in Costa Rica on 19 April 2022 and pay as little as $389 per person per day. :

And if you change your travel plans, under Hurtigruten’s Book with Confidence policy, you can change your travel dates as often as you need and get an easy refund.

“No rebooking fees, easy refunds. No stress,” Hurtigruten says.

Your dream holiday starts at Costa Rica’s capital city of San Jose, known locally as “Chepe.” Downtown San Jose has undergone a bit of a renaissance with a hotbed of creative start-ups including designer boutiques, a lively arts scene, microbreweries and a culinary revolution.

The next day you will go on a boat tour of the Tarcoles River to Guacalillo Mangrove Estuary, home to 300 species of native and migratory birds including caracaras, kingfishers, egrets, herons, patoos and the scarlet macaw. Make sure you have your binoculars at the ready.

Nicaragua, Big Corn Island,

You will then cruise to Nicaragua’s best surfing beaches at San Juan del Sur. The once sleepy village is now transformed into a lively surfer lifestyle with lots of fresh seafood restaurants and colourful, Victorian-era clapboard houses.

MS Roald Amundsen will then dock at Acajutla, El Salvador’s main seaport where harbourside restaurants serve typical local dishes. Try the national dish of El Salvador, a corn tortilla filled with cheese, pork, beans topped with sour cabbage salad. Finish your meal with a strong local coffee, as the region is famous for its aromatic coffee.

The cruise will then take you to Huatulco in Mexico, home to nine gorgeous bays, 26 pristine beaches, sheltered coves and beach resorts. The Bays National Park has hundreds of birds, making it a dream for nature lovers.

You will also visit Land’s End in Baja, California where the Sea of Cortes meets the Pacific Ocean teeming with sealife including manta rays, sea lions and whales.

The cruise will end at San Diego in America, known as California’s beach city with its heady mix of urban sophistication, laidback surfer vibe and year-round sunshine.

This is just taste of your exotic cruise to Central America.

Solo travellers can also choose other exciting Hurtigruten itineraries without having to pay a single supplement.

Patagonia, Chile

They include an 18-day cruise to the Antarctica, Patagonia and the Chilean Fjords, onboard MS Roald Amundsen for as little as $605 pp per day. Your cruise starts in colourful Valparaiso on 23 October 2021 and sails to Castro, Puerto Eden, the Chilean Fjords, Cape Horn and the Drake Passage before arriving in the Antarctica to experience its fabulous wildlife, specially the large colonies of penguins.


For solo travellers who want to experience the frozen continent, Hurtigruten also has a 12-day cruise MS Fridtjof Nansen departing on 18 November 2021 from as little as $666 pp per day.  This is your chance to see the best of what Antarctica has to offer including massive glaciers, icebergs and amazing wildlife where you can spot whales and experience hundreds of penguins.


Hurry, book before 31 March and enjoy Hurtigruten’s special offer of no single supplement. For peace of mind, Hurtigruten’s Book with Confidence policy allows you to change your travel dates as often as needed. Full flexibility to rebook your 2021 cruise to 2022* with no fees, coupled with easy refunds on 2021 or 2022 cruises. There’s no better time to book your next adventure. No rebooking fees, easy refunds, no stress.

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