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South America Cruises

South America is exciting to say the least. From the Rain Forests of the Amazon to the majestic views from the Andes, from rumba and the samba of Rio de Janeiro to the chaos of Buenos Aires, from the heights of Santiago to the Pampas in Argentina, South America is just waiting to be discovered.

Highlights of the region:
 • Learn the tango in Argentina
 • Drive out to Iguazu Falls
 • Watch the Galapagos penguins parade
 • Take the aerial tram to Braulio Carrillo National Park in Costa Rica
 • Enjoy water sports the beaches of Montevideo

Ports of Call
Puerto Lima, Costa Rica
The Caribbean influence is highly visible in this Costa Rican port town with its colourful market squares and in the laid back people. Surrounded by verdant rain forests and beautiful national parks, Puerto Limon offers great opportunity to explore the unknown. Parque Vargas is full of the most beautiful tropical flowers and definitely worth a visit.

Buenos Aires, Argentina
A distinct European flavor permeates the throbbing city of Buenos Aires. An interesting amalgam of tango and coffee, football frenzy and opera houses – Buenos Aires is a modern city and as diverse as they come. Take a sightseeing trip to the Evita Museum, drive through the exclusive la Boca ‘barrio’, go shopping or drive to out to view the spectacular Iguazu Falls.

Montevideo, Uruguay
Montevideo welcomes you with open arms. One of the friendliest cities in the hemisphere, Montevideo is city of many facets: lovely beachfronts, buzzing cafes, historic museums, interesting art galleries and much more. Sway to the salsa after a delicious meal and some Uruguayan wine – Montevideo is a fun place to be in!

Puerto Montt, Chile
Located in southern Chile, Puerto Montt is a one stop shop for nature and adventure lovers. Waterfalls, mountains and pristine lakes are within driving distance, so explore during the day and evenings can be spent at a waterfront café sampling the great seafood available.

Isla Isabela, Galapagos Islands
Journey to the most isolated area in the world: the Galapagos Islands. Ruggedly beautiful, Isla Isabela is the largest island and is home to the active volcano Sierra Negra. Check out the fabulous bird life – finches, pink flamingoes , hawks, seals and not to forget the marine iguanas – all go up to making this volcanic island a place like no other on earth.

Isla Floreana, Galpagos Islands
Also known as Isla Santa Maria, Floreana conjures up images of pirates and buccaneers – the historical aspect of the island emerges in the Post Office Bay where a whaling crew deposited a wooden barrel which is to date used as post box! The island has an inactive volcano and one can spot the pink flamingo, pelicans, herons and sea lions. In season the island is a nesting place for seas turtles too.

Isla San Salvador, Galapagos islands
Don’t be surprised if you think you’ve landed on the moon – the landscape or should we say moonscape is undulating and in shades of black, red and orange. Spot the Galapagos penguins and be sure to visit the Pinnacle Rock one of the best known sights in the Galapagos Islands.

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