SOUTH AMERICA & ANTARCTICA CRUISES

Seabourn offers travelers a wide variety of exciting adventures and discoveries in this intriguing, inviting region. 

 

Seabourn's South America & Antarctica ports map
Seabourn’s ultra-luxury cruises to South America and Antarctica skirt the long Atlantic coastline of South America, unveiling the amazing variety of cultural, historical and natural wonders to be found there. Vibrant, modern cities with picturesque, colonial hearts; long-lost monuments of vanished civilizations, and landscapes of breathtaking beauty. Cruisers can survey the colorful colonial cities of Brazil, the broad golden beaches of Ceara, the dramatic Chilean fjords and the lush forests of the Amazon basin. Stroll the boulevards of Buenos Aires, view vivid African culture in Salvador da Bahia, ride a cable-car to Rio’s Sugarloaf and enjoy a festive dinner on a beach a thousand miles into the Amazon. Continue cruising south to experience the untouched, diverse wildlife of Antarctica.

Ventures By Seabourn South America

Enjoy a new perspective of the Amazon by getting up close and personal via Zodiac or kayak as part of our optional Ventures by Seabourn shore excursion program. Witness giant lily pads, local wildlife, tropical birds, mangroves and much more.

Ventures By Seabourn Antarctica

Experience a new, fresh look at Ventures by Seabourn’s Antarctica. See penguins, whales and other diverse wildlife, kayak around icebergs and massive glaciers, hike along the majestic continent and see the wonders of Antarctica up close.

Featured Ports

Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

Its stunning setting and joyous lust for life make Rio a cidade maravilhosa, "marvelous city." Ipanema, Copacabana, samba - the words alone conjure Brazilian paradise.

Buenos Aires, Argentina

This cosmopolitan, truly great walking city boasts broad, tree-shaded boulevards, beautiful residential districts, monuments, fountains, and 20th-century high-rise buildings.

Manaus, Brazil

The largest port on the Amazon teems with watercraft of all sorts. The Teatro Amazonas opera house is a restored relic of the Rubber Boom that raised fortunes from the forest.

Puerto Montt, Chile

Southern Chile’s Lake District is graced with spectacular scenery, including magnificent snowcapped volcanoes, towering forests and quaint, German-style lakeside villages.

Ushuaia, Argentina

The picturesque capital of Tierra del Fuego nestles on the shores of Ushuaia Bay and the Beagle Channel, among snow-clad mountains, waterfalls, glaciers, and beech forests.

Callao (Lima), Peru

Peru’s capital is one of the most important cities in the Americas. Its UNESCO-inscribed Spanish Colonial heritage is combined with amazing Inca artifacts and renowned cuisine.