World Cruises South America
With its varied cultures and landscapes throughout the continent, South America appears to be a world of its own. With this in mind, Holland America, Celebrity and Princess are some of the different cruise lines which offer World Cruises to South America. Regardless of the specific cruise line, South American cruises will visit many destinations and ports of call in Brazil, Chile, Argentina, Uruguay, Peru, Ecuador and Antarctica. Travel itineraries for World Cruises to South America can last anywhere from a 16-day excursion to a 66-day grand voyage. Whether it's exploring the Amazon River or navigating the Straits of Magellan, World Cruises to South America guarantee exhilarating shore excursions and a most memorable time during an ultimate family vacation or group outing.
Besides incorporating excellent tours when traveling to the most exotic destinations, World Cruises to South America are further enhanced by an incredible collective experience onboard some of the finest vessels in the cruising industry. Sailing with luxury ships, cruise lines like the ones mentioned above dedicate their onboard experiences to such tenets as top dining restaurants, diverse entertainment facilities and bountiful service accommodations.
World Cruises South America - Holland America
Holland America offers some very interesting World Cruises to South America. Usually, a Holland America cruise to South America will last 16 to 17 days while sailing on the ms Prinsendam and ms Rotterdam ships. More extensive World Cruises to South America via Holland America can last up to 66 days!
Holland America's 16-day South America Explorer cruise provides a nice example of what to expect on a more standard cruise with this line to this enchanted continent. The ms Rotterdam sails from a departure port in Santiago, Chile and visits many destinations. A portfolio of visited ports of call include Puerto Montt and Punta Aires in Chile, Ushuaia and Buenos Aires, Argentina and Pt. Stanley in the Falkland Islands. This cruise also travels to Montevideo, Uruguay and eventually concludes in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, where guests can shop until they drop or enjoy the heavy nightlife scene. While cruising, this voyage visits and passes the Cape Horn Crossing, the Darwin Channel, Amalia Glacier, Canal Sarmiento, the Strait of Magellan and the Cockburn Channel.
While the South America Explorer cruise provides a great example of more common cruises, Holland America ups the ante with the grandest voyage of all. Holland America's 66-day Grand South America and Antarctica cruise is the ultimate example of World Cruises to South America. Departing from Fort Lauderdale, Florida, this cruise visits a multitude of ports in such destinations as Grand Cayman, Costa Rica, Panama, Ecuador, Peru, Chile, Argentina and Antarctica. But wait, for that's only half of the laundry list, which also includes Great Britain, the Falkland Islands, Uruguay, Brazil, French Guiana, Barbados, St. Lucia and Grand Turk in the Turks and Caicos. While destinations like Devil's Island and Georgetown often take the breath away with their beauty, this cruise's itinerary takes the breath away itself!
Holland America also offers 46 day World Cruises to South America and parts of Africa. Besides traveling to various South American destinations in Brazil, the Taste of Two Continents cruise visits Spain, Morocco, Senegal, the Ivory Coast, Ghana, Togo, Benin, Cameroon, Gabon, Namibia, South Africa, Ascension Island and the British Territory. This cruise sails on the ms Prinsendam ship during October of 2006.
World Cruises South America - Celebrity Cruises
Celebrity Cruises offers World Cruises to South America that usually range from 13 to 15 night expeditions. These World Cruises to South America often sail on the Infinity and Millennium ships. The 14-night South America Cruise is a great example of what Celebrity has to offer on these unique trips.
Departing from Buenos Aires on the Millennium, this roundtrip 14-night voyage sails to Montevideo, Uruguay and Portobelo, Buzios and Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. Other 14-night South America Celebrity cruises may travel to destinations in Chile, Argentina and the Falkland Islands.
Montevideo is located in the southern Uruguay at the northern mouth of the Plata River. Considered among the most beautiful cities in the world, Rio de Janeiro is famous for the tourist beach Copacabana and a giant statue of Jesus named "Christ the Redeemer."
World Cruises South America - Discounts
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