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It's not just a coincidence that South America is fast becoming a leading cruise destination. The continent is abundant in incredible natural wonders, from captivating mist-covered peaks in Argentina and Chile to thundering waterfalls of Brazil, it also boasts a vibrant and unique culture with rhythmic music and ancient history, all of which combine to make a unforgettable cruise experience. The vast rainforests of South America, Andean trails, Patagonian glaciers, and Machu Picchu make for an idyllic holiday for nature lovers. Cruisers looking for a city break can take in vast expanses of Rio de Janerio, Lima, and Buenos Aires. Ancient Incan ruins, quaint colonial towns, and white-sand beaches are also not to be missed. Can you think of a more ideal cruise destination? Cruises to this part of the world often offer travellers a combination of destinations in South American, the Caribbean and in the USA.
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Travel Tips for South America

The word diversity sums up South America perfectly in terms of:

  • Culture
  • Geography
  • Wildlife

There really is something for everyone on this expansive continent and the best way to explore such a vast destination is by cruising. Many of the main attractions lie on the coast or along rivers like the mighty Amazon, so access by ship saves passengers time and money that is better spent soaking up the exotic cultures of this land.

The varied and dazzling skylines of South America will leave you awestruck:

  • Imposing landscapes such as the Andes Mountain Range
  • High-rise buildings of Buenos Aires visible from the vantage point of your cruise liner

Most Popular Destinations

South America offers travellers a wide range of cruise destinations and caters to all tastes. Cruises to the region help you take full advantage of:

  • Glittering waters and white sandy beaches of Rio de Janeiro
  • Buzzing cities like Buenos Aires
  • Rare penguins and whales seen on the Straits of Magellan
  • Majestic Amazon River and its rainforest

South America is a land of contradictions where colonial architecture collides with ancient Incan ruins and unruly flora. These parts of South America are among the most frequented cruise destinations:

  • Brazil
  • Argentina
  • Chile
  • Uruguay
  • The Galapagos Islands

Cruise Lines

Choosing one among the long list of cruise lines offering itineraries around South America can take some time. The choice will depend on a number of things:

  • Your budget
  • The kind of inclusions and extras you are after
  • Whether you have an idea of what exactly you want to visit

Some of the highly recommended cruise lines for South America include:

  • Norwegian Cruise Line
  • Celebrity Cruises
  • Holland America Line
  • Princess Cruises

The Best Time to Visit

In order to explore everything South America has on offer, you have to be able to stay outdoors for longer periods of time. Thus, the weather should be comfortable, so we recommend cruising the beautiful continent in the autumn months of April-June as it is warm and there is very little rain.

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Expert tips for cruising South America

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South America is not only one of the world’s most exotic areas but is also one of the most popular cruising routes, with its excellent weather, diverse culture and accessibility it’s not hard to see why. Brazil and Argentina are just two popular destinations to mention, they boast spectacular sights, sounds and wildlife alongside an abundance of culture. Shore excursions can vary from visiting ancient relics to rowing boat trips down one of the many canals in the region.