You’ll be sure to find the itinerary that scratches your travel itch when you choose a South America Cruisetour with Celebrity Cruises. From the major cities to the small towns, you can see the different sides of South America, discovering something new each and every day. Spend time in the Incan ruins and discover histories from ancient civilizations. Interact with natives of each country, and glean priceless culinary technique from them, storing it away for a treat when you return. The extra time before or after your cruise will truly help you explore all that there is to see in South America, onboard with Celebrity Cruises.
Things to Do on a South America Cruisetour with Celebrity Cruises
Seek out new adventures and create lasting memories on a Celebrity Cruisetour to South America. Whether you travel in search of thrills or relaxation, you’ll discover a rich variety of things to do. For example, you can hike into the clouds to explore the ruins of Machu Picchu, or rejuvenate while imbibing in the fruits of Chile’s wine regions. Highlighted below are some of the most memorable things to do when enjoying a Celebrity Cruises South America Cruisetour:
Machu Picchu (Peru)
There’s no place on earth like Machu Picchu, the ruined Incan city located in the mountains of Peru. Spend the day touring this spectacular archaeological site featuring terraced architecture, rugged stone walls, aqueducts and winding stairways. For an extra special treat, make your way to the Sacred Plaza within the Temple of the Three Windows and wait for the sunlight to pour into the room.
Tango Show and Dinner (Buenos Aires, Argentina)
When in Argentina, dance as the Argentines dance. The infamous tango is the national dance of Argentina, and there’s nothing more fiery than a performance of this passionate, sensual dance. You’ll dine on delicious Argentinean cuisine while the full orchestra and gifted tango dancers show their stuff.
Casablanca Valley and Winery Tour (Valparaiso, Chile)
Take some time to enjoy South America’s top-notch wines with a trip to Chile’s Casablanca Valley. You’ll visit the Indomita Vineyard and the Estancia El Cuadro Vineyard for wine tastings and tours before enjoying lunch. Afterwards, enjoy a traditional folk show performed exclusively for your tour group.
Tierra del Fuego National Park (Ushuaia, Argentina)
Tierra del Fuego, which translates to “Land of Fire”, is an archipelago located at the southernmost tip of South America. Explore the park’s unique landscape while enjoying views of the rivers, forests, peat bogs and mountains. Be sure to head to Roca Lake and Lapataia Bay for the most striking panoramic views of Tierra del Fuego.
Rio’s Sugar Loaf and Corcovado Mountains (Rio de Janeiro, Brazil)
Towering high above Rio de Janeiro are two of the most recognized mountains in South America: Sugar Loaf Mountain and Corcovado Mountain. Ride by cable car to Sugar Loaf Mountain for a unique view of Rio, and then take a train to the summit of Corcovado and to the foot of the Christ the Redeemer statue.
Penguins of Otway Sound (Punta Arenas, Chile)
Spend some time with the Magellanic penguins of Otway Sound near the Strait of Magellan and Punta Arenas, Chile. You’ll visit an observation point before heading to the penguin burrows to watch the creatures frolic about, hunt for fish and build their nests.