South America on a NCL cruise!
From December to March warm up with an NCL cruise in South America! Chile, Argentina and Uruguay await you with their white beaches, and large and lively cities full of charm or, if you prefer, vast natural landscapes where you can admire colonies of penguins and other exotic animals.
For example, in Santiago in Chile you can go shopping or taste one of the 100 locally produced wines before taking a leap into history by visiting the 'Catedral Metropolitana' in the central 'Plaza de Armas'. If you love music, the 'Club de Jazz' in Santiago is not to be missed. Many of the most famous contemporary jazz musicians, from Louis Armstrong to Herbie Hancock, have played here.
For those who love animals we recommend routes going to the Falkland Islands, where you can see the Magellanic penguins in their natural environment. Remember that temperatures struggle to exceed 11°C, so you need to bring appropriate clothing for the excursions.
Norwegian Cruise Line's South American cruises take you to the most spectacular corners of the continent, from Machu Picchu to the penguin colonies in the Strait of Magellan. NCL's South American Cruises are ideal for anyone who is looking to combine a relaxing beach holiday with adventurous excursions!
NCL departure ports for cruises in South America are San Antonio (Chile), Montevideo (Uruguay) and Rio de Janeiro (Brazil), and ports of call include stops in Argentina, Peru, Ecuador, Costa Rica, Guatemala and Mexico: choose a 14-night cruise to South America and enjoy a unique experience with all the benefits of the on-board Premium all-inclusive formula.
Norwegian Cruise Line offers a wide range of excursions in South America, such as a visit to the penguin colonies from Puerto Madryn and trips to discover the typical food and wine products in Chile and Uruguay, a real treat for foodies and wine connoisseurs.
NCL South American cruises are ideal for family travel. Enjoy a break from everyday life where you won't have to lift a finger. You will be pampered and waited on, so you can fully dedicate yourself to loved ones or to indulge in relaxing moments at the Spa.
The languages spoken in South America are Spanish and Portuguese, while on board the official language is English, so it will be an excellent opportunity to get in touch with a cosmopolitan and varied environment, meet new people and broaden your horizons.
The best time to plan an all-inclusive Freestyle Cruise in South America is undoubtedly between the months of January and February, when it's warmer and less rainy, perfect to combat the cold European weather! So what are you waiting for? Consult and compare our offers, routes and excursions: we have discount rates on cabins available!