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Vacation on Sight: A Cruise in South America

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Who has not dreamt of going on a cruise and watching the sunset over the sea, enjoying world-class cuisine, and having unforgettable experiences with unique excursions on a fully equipped ship?

With the amount of cruises available nowadays, choosing is not easy, especially if you do not know exactly what you want.

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Looking for Inspiration? How about a Cruise in South America?

The first decision you need to make when planning your trip is whether to start on the east or the west coast? This is important, as distances in South America are extremely long.

South America is synonym with ancient cultures and secrets, not just beach vacations or spending an entire day by the pool bar. Here are some examples: In the Pacific Ocean, located west of the continent you can find the unique mysticism of Easter Island, while on the east coast you will delight with the color and joy of Rio de Janeiro. The city is not only impressive during the Carnival, but year round, as its beaches are truly something special. We are talking about Ipanema, Copacabana, and Sugar Loaf.

On this route, navigation takes you further than Buenos Aires. The city has one of the most beautiful and colorful cemeteries in the world, not to mention its countless, bars, cafes, and markets, which offer something to suit everyone’s taste.

A Special Attraction: The People

South American people and culture are just different. It is difficult not to get infected by the joy of living, the dynamism of the cities, and the overall happiness of going on a cruise in South America.

Those planning a route departing from Brazil will have the good luck of visiting Salvador de Bahía, also known as the “City of Happiness”. Who could say no to that?

Football fanatics will be delighted to visit the city where the first World Cup was held: Montevideo.

Therefore, regardless of your taste, preferences, and hobbies, everyone can get their money’s worth on a Cruise in South America.

Colorful Cities and Plenty of Nature

Aside to its many contrasts, multifaceted South America also has a unique flora and fauna, aspects that you can witness from one of our cruises.

Music also plays an important role in the local culture, reflecting the joy of living and the worldview that spreads through the continent. Of course, dancing is also popular, especially with traditional styles such as tango, samba, and cueca, among others.

Everything is Available

On a trip like this you can feel like a true explorer, particularly if you want to get a taste of the Inca culture. In the south you can also follow the routes of navigators to Tierra del Fuego, and how about surrounding Cape Horn?

Whether you are interested in volcanoes, waterfalls, deserts, tropical jungles, vibrant cities and incredible animal worlds, South America simply has everything to offer.

Do not forget to bring your camera, as you will have countless opportunities to take impressive photos of South America.

If you care about your physical wellbeing you can enjoy the rich variety of wines produced in the regions you will visit.

The duration of these trips vary, and they can be tailored to your needs. You should think of at least 21 days if you really want to get immersed in this colorful continent.

Of course, you can also think of this cruise in South America as the preface of a longer journey, or even a trip around the world. The world has a lot to offer, and South America is the perfect starting point to discover our planet, either by ship or by plane.

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