South America Cruises

Cruises to South America

With a region as varied as South America, it's hard to know where to begin. Amazon River cruises bring you close to the rainforest and the indigenous people who live there. The Galapagos Islands off of Ecuador are a must-do for outdoor lovers; add a trek to Machu Picchu before or after. And finally, a Round-the-Horn cruise takes passengers from Brazil south to the tip of Argentina before exploring the fjords of Chile.

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  • A few caveats before I begin this review. This was my first cruise - so I don't have the points of reference to other cruise experiences as others might. From what I understand, this cruise (Expedition-style) is very different in both format and ... Read more
  • Our 5th river cruise in a row which we find far superior than ocean voyages. All have been small group excursions with this being the smallest vessel we have embarked on(only 32 persons) The atmosphere on the Aqua Aria was exciting with ... Read more
  • This is an expedition adventure not your normal cruise you are used to. We were on the inner loop. Want to also state we have done over 60 cruises in our lifetime so far including large cruise ships, riverboats and destinations such as Antarctica, ... Read more
  • We chose the Silversea Silver Galapagos because we wanted an all-inclusive cruise around the Galapagos Islands. It was fantastic! No complaints at all. A word of advice, be prepared for a jam-packed vacation. Don't plan on sleeping in. Every ... Read more
  • Could not have been better!
    My first expedition cruise, but it will not be my last! I am already looking at other SilverSea Expedition Cruises trying to decide which I want to take next. If you like to stay busy, this is the trip for you. Morning and afternoon excursions ... Read more
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  • Amazing Amazon adventure
    CARIBBEAN AND AMAZON ADVENTURE Seven Seas Navigator May 23-June 17, 2017 This cruise was Miami round-trip down the Amazon River to Manaus and back. It lasted 26 days and the ship was sold out months in advance. There were ten sea days ... Read more