Cruises to South America.
Featured South American cruises.
Make a beeline for Brazil with its samba rhythms or savour a vacio steak, cooked asado style, in Argentina. Wherever in South America your itinerary takes you, music and food are sure to follow.
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South America consists of 12 countries and is home to over 385 million people. Brazil is the largest country, taking up more than half the continent's landmass: only slightly smaller than the USA. Brazil is home to one of the world's ten biggest cities: São Paulo.
Wet and dry.
The two most famous bodies of water in South America are Lake Titicaca, and the Amazon river, the largest in the world by volume. In contrast, the Chilean Atacama Desert is the driest non-polar desert in the world: here, some areas go without rain for years at a time.
The region has a fantastic blend of Portuguese, Spanish and indigenous roots, resulting in several languages and a wide array of customs, festivals and foods. Carnivals are well-known spectacles, dancing the tango is a must-try, and visitors can enjoy the freshest coffee they've ever tasted.
South American cruise routes.
Stops in the Caribbean and Florida precede your arrival in South America. Discover Argentine tango in Buenos Aires, sail through Chile’s Beagle Channel and savour fresh ceviche in Peru.
Cruise destinations from South America.
Travel from Brazil to Chile via Cape Horn, with a port call in Montevideo. Or swap South America’s shores for Fort Lauderdale and medieval ruins in southern England.
Our exciting South America destinations.
Sail around South America on Queen Victoria.
What are Cunard cruises like? Indulge yourself. Explore the magnificent Queen Victoria and discover a world of elegant luxuries and untold possibilities.