GRAND SOUTH AMERICA & ANTARCTICA CRUISES

Imagine exploring the Amazonian jungle, a world teeming with life. Thrilling to the stark beauty of Antarctica. Discovering the pleasures of tango and grilled Argentine steaks. Comparing Malbecs in a Chilean winery. And relaxing during leisurely sea days on your choice of South American adventures.

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From mysterious Machu Picchu to the Amazon to the majestic natural wonders of Antarctica, South America Grand Voyages are epic. Now’s the time to lock down our best offers on these amazing cruises.

Featured Ports

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Buenos Aires, Argentina

In the early 20th century, Buenos Aires, Argentina, gained immense wealth when it began shipping its pampas-raised beef around the world. It quickly entered the club of great world cities, and a slew of attractions and architectural jewels soon arose. 
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Manaus, Brazil

If ever a city were a model for boom and bust, it would be Manaus. Like in America’s Old West, great fortunes were amassed in no time here and vanished just as quickly during the late-19th-century boom years of rubber production.
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Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

Some cities need no introduction, and even fewer cities live up to their reputation the way Rio de Janeiro does, in both the best sense—how visitors experience sheer exhilaration being there—and the harsh reality of its social and economic strains.
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Valparaiso (Santiago), Chile

Color dominates the seaport city of Valparaíso: Brightly painted houses cling intrepidly to steep hillsides that rise from the Pacific. The city is having a renaissance, and its bohemian culture and emphasis on the arts are felt and seen everywhere. In 2003, UNESCO designated one-fourth of Valparaíso a World Heritage Site. 

Stately and monumental Santiago, 120 kilometers (75 miles) inland, offers the visitor such important museums and public buildings as the Museo Precolombino and Palacio and Centro Cultural de La Moneda. A walk along Paseo Ahumada to the Plaza de Armas and the old Mercado Central gives a taste of many different facets of the city.  

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Ushuaia, Argentina

Dramatic, fantastical, otherworldly—this is the end of the world, for real. Positioned at the southernmost tip of Argentina, this memorable port town is cradled between the pristine—and towering—Martial Mountains and accessed by the picturesque Beagle Channel.