Colourful, candid and everything in between, South America beats to the rhythm of an infectious, eternal drum. South America is really alive with passion. As rich in natural beauty as it is in animal life, culture, cuisine and scenery, the region is home to some of the most famous landmarks as well as a spectacular array of wildlife. South America will provide you through fascinating histories and timeless landscapes.
Why to choose
Overnight in sparkling cities, including Ushuaia, Argentina and Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, Buenos Aires, Argentina, where art, music and dance bring culture to life. Witness the thundering power of Iquazu Falls, journey down the Amazon to Manaus, or discover the turquoise lakes of Patagonia. To accompany the culture, you’ll find some amazing and diverse landscapes. Miles and miles of stunning beaches flatter the coast of Brazil. Secluded bays are nestled along the coastline of Baja, Mexico. The waters of Belize are home to the second largest barrier reef, in the world.
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We Love South America
The perfect period to sail in South America is from December to March. Discover the best sailing areas and watch the gallery.
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Argentina and Chilean Ports:
Days 1st – 2nd Buenos Aires
Day 3rd at sea – Siuth Atlantic
Day 4th Bahía Blanca, Argentina
Day 5th at sea – South Atlantic
Day 6th Peninsula Valdés
Day 7th Bahía Bustamante
Day 8th Puerto Deseado
Day 1st Gran Roque – Sarqui
Day 2nd Sarqui – Cayo de Aqua – Dos Mosquises
Day 3rd Dos Mosquises – Carenero
Day 4th Carenero – Noronqui
Day 5th Noronqui – Crasqui
Day 6th Crasqui – Rabusqui – Madrisqui