National Geographic : 1921 Jan
CR UISIES Raymond-Whitcomb cruises include extensive shore excursions in the cities visited WEST INDIES T HE Carribbean Sea is the most romantic sectionof the NewWorld. Explorers, Spanish treasure ships and pirates have sailed its waters. Memo rials of Columbus, Cortez and Drake and of the stormy past abound. Its picturesque cities combine historic associations and Old World charm with the bright colors of the tropics. Winter cruises of 24 days on luxu rious ships-visiting Havana, the gay and fascinating capital of Cuba; Santi ago; Port Antonio and Kingston in Ja maica; Panama and the great Canal; Port Limon and San Jose, the vivid mountain capital of Costa Rica. Sail ing from NewYork February 12, March 5 and 26. Shorter cruises from New Orleans on February 5 and 26. IXMTqM SOUTH AMERICA T HE Raymond-Whitcomb Special Cruise-Tour of South America is the shortest comprehensive journey to the great Latin American countries ever arranged. In 50 days it visits Rio de Janeiro,Montevideo and Buenos Aires, crosses the Andes and returns up the West Coast with stops at Santiago, Valparaiso and other places. It offers a golden opportunity to see our neighbor continent-whether your interests lie in its magnificent scenery, its splendid modern cities, its myste rious remains of prehistoric Inca civi lization, or in the vast possibilities which it holds for American manufac turers and business men. Sailing from New York February 15, 1921. Rates $1485 and upward. ^A iAti TOURS EVERYWHERE California and the Hawaiian Islands, Florida and Nassau, Europe, South America, Arabian Nights Africa (Algeria and Tunisia), Japan-China and Round the World. Send for any booklets that interest you. Raymond & Whitcomb Co. Raymond Building, Beacon and Park Streets. Boston New York Philadelphia Chicago San Francisco Los Angeles Paris "Mention The Geographic-It identifies you"