Radisson South America Cruise

Cure the adventurous spirit inside you by taking a cruise down the Amazon aboard a Radisson South America cruise. On Radisson cruises explore the stunning natural environs of fascinating cruise destinations like Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, the Panama Canal, Panama, Montevideo, Uruguay, and Buenos Aires, Argentina.

Radisson South America Cruise – Destinations

Explore the tropical rainforests of the Amazon and the historic sites of countries like Brazil, Argentina, and Uruguay. Many Radisson South America cruises ships like the "Seven Seas Mariner" travel along the picturesque coastline of South America.

Shop Montevideo's famous shopping street 18 de Julio or sample fine Uruguayan wines at the famous Juanico Winery. Visit the spectacular sights of Rio de Janeiro such as Sugar Loaf Mountain, Corcovado, the botanical gardens of Urca Hill, the Tijuca Forest, and the world famous 120-foot-high Christ the Redeemer statue atop of Hunchback Mountain. Relax on the beautiful eastern beaches of Fortaleza, Brazil and visit sights like the Mucuripe Lighthouse and the Assuncao Fortress. Buy local handicrafts and Fortaleza's renowned lace at the Emcetur Tourist Center. Nature lovers will enjoy an eco tour of Punta del Este's wildlife reserve Sea Wolves Island (Isla de Lobos).

Discover the vibrant nightlife of Argentina's capital Buenos Aires. This city offers passengers a plethora of historic sights like the Casa Rosada (presidential palace) and the Metropolitan Cathedral holding the tomb of General San Martin. Take a cruise expedition to one of the natural wonders of the world the Garganta del Diablo (Devil's Throat) at the Iguazu Falls National Park. Many other natural wonders and fascinating sightseeing adventures await you on a Radisson South America cruise.

For travelers in search of the ultimate South American adventure, ask a Cruise Network, Inc. agent about the 62 night Grand Voyage 2006 Cousteau's South America tour aboard the 6-star "Seven Seas Mariner."

Radisson South America Cruise – Accommodations

Ultra-deluxe cruising and impeccable service go hand in hand on a Radisson Seven Seas cruise to the Mediterranean. Most luxury vessels offer all-suite staterooms with private balconies. Though Radisson Seven Seas cruise lines ships are smaller, don"t be fooled by the size. The smaller size allows them to venture into territory unavailable to larger cruise ships. These smaller luxurious vessels feature spacious accommodations, opulent amenities, and service that exceed expectations.

Radisson South America Cruise – Dining

Savor dishes of epicurean artistry in the elegant setting of the grand dining room and Signatures Le Cordon Bleu restaurants. Whatever your culinary preference, there are choices to please the most discerning of palates. Enjoy an extravagant 5-course meal reminiscent of the glamorous European ocean liners of long ago, or enjoy the casual dining alternatives onboard.

Radisson South America Cruise – Entertainment

A wide selection of entertainment options is available to passengers on a Radisson Seven Seas cruise to the Mediterranean. Radisson Seven Seas cruise line provides guests with a wealth of activities that include: top caliber cabaret and reviews, headliner entertainment, movies, well-stocked libraries, young travelers Club Mariner program, Vegas style casinos, and many other activities to suit every taste and activity level.

Active passengers will enjoy the state-of-the-art exercise equipment in the health club and the one-on-one attention of personal trainers who are on hand to provide passengers with a fitness regimen especially tailored to suit their needs. Treat yourself to muscle-soothing massages and rejuvenating beauty treatments at the onboard Spa.

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