A cruise to South America with Seabourn can also include a visit to Antarctica. For years this continent was uninhabitable to humans. Now, science and technology have made it possible for humans to visit this frozen land, exploring the beautiful ice structures and the charming animals that make their home here.
It's hard to imagine that a cruise to South America, with its reputation for passionate and fiery people, is the gateway to the coldest continent on the planet. Even the tip of South America is called Tierra del Fuego, translated as Fireland or Land of Fire. However, this name does not derive from its temperatures, but from the fires that the natives lit to keep warm back in the 1500s.
No matter which of the exclusive itineraries you choose, a Seabourn South America and Antarctica cruise will be a chance to explore some of the most amazing locations in the world. However, unlike the explorers, you will have all the comforts of the modern world. Onboard a Seabourn luxury ship, everything is included - from the drinks to the specialty dining experiences and even the work of the staff and crew, gratuities are not accepted.
In your stateroom you will find Egyptian cotton linens and hypo allergenic pillows along with comfy robes and slippers to keep you warm. You'll also be treated to a bar stocked with the items you most prefer and of course 24-hour room service. With all these wonderful benefits, it's hard to resist - so don't. Book your 2013 South American and Antarctica cruise with Seabourn today.
South America Itinerariess with Seabourn Cruise Line