South America

There are many ports in South America where cruise ships stop for folks to visit the ports. Many of these ports are incredibly beautiful with lots of history. Based on our experience the folks at the ports are very friendly.

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South American Home ports and Destinations

South America is a great part of the world to visit. It is rapidly developing (the major cities) and offers much for visitors to see and do. There are distinct differences in culture among the various countries on the continent. Some of the countries are very wealthy while others are poor, just like thru the rest of the world.

If you like adventure and natural beauty, South America is definitely worth putting on your bucket list. With the ancient civilization sites in Peru, the Galapagos Islands in Ecuador, and the Straights of Magellan there is something unique to see around the continent.

When sailing out of South America it is generally a good idea to fly in at least one day ahead to ensure you get to the port on time. Also, often flight schedules make same day arrivals nearly impossible anyhow.




Cartenga, Columbia



Cruise Lines Sailing from South America


Regent Seven Seas



Holland America

Royal Caribbean