South America Overview
South America Cruises
Experience the lifestyles and cultures in South America by enjoying rainforests, palm trees, sprawling cities, and several natural wonders. South America is filled with lively metropolitan cities, mysterious caves and canyons, and more, and a cruise to South America is one of the best ways to explore this spectacular continent.
Cruises through South America take guests to a variety of ports in countries including Argentina, Brazil, and Chile. Several sailings will also take travelers around the southern tip of South America and along the coast of Antarctica, where passengers can view the icy glaciers of the remote continent and striking wildlife including penguins and whales.
Passengers can visit the mansions of Palermo in the elegant city of Buenos Aires, Argentina; the skyscrapers in the bustling city of Santiago, Chile; the colonial architecture in the stunning city of Lima, Peru; and more. Travelers can also enjoy a night out in the vibrant city of Rio de Janeiro in Brazil while experiencing the invigorating lifestyle of locals, and the string of volcanoes on the Galapagos Islands, which provides travelers with views of tortoises, flamingoes, and iguanas.
Local cuisine consists of hefty meals including meat and potatoes, flat bread, chorizo, tasty fruit juices, and more. Cruisers can also learn traditional dances such as the tango, and gain insight into the historical stories and customs of the local gauchos. With so many cultures and sights, cruising around South America allows travelers to sample and experience a diverse mixture of everything the colorful continent has to offer.
Cruises to South America
- Avalon Waterways to South America
- Azamara Cruises to South America
- Celebrity Cruises to South America
- Crystal Cruises to South America
- Holland America to South America
- MSC Cruises to South America
- Norwegian Cruise Line to South America
- Oceania Cruises to South America
- Paul Gauguin Cruises to South America
- Princess Cruises to South America
- Regent Cruises to South America
- Royal Caribbean to South America
- Seabourn Cruises to South America
- Silversea Cruises to South America
- Windstar Cruises to South America