As travel starts to resume, Norwegian Cruise Line is preparing for passengers to have an even better cruise experience in 2021. We are looking forward to the season with a number of exciting and expanded itineraries. If you have ever dreamed about taking a cruise to South America, there's no better time to book than right now. Here's what you can expect when trying to narrow down your options for 2021 South America cruises.
If you’re ready to plan ahead for the best vacations, you’ll be excited to know that Norwegian Cruise Line has announced its newest cruise itineraries for winter 2020-2021, which are now open for sale. Highlights include sister ships Norwegian Joy and Norwegian Encore cruising from Miami to The Caribbean, Norwegian Escape’s debut in Port Canaveral, and Norwegian Epic’s return to San Juan, Puerto Rico.
After a seven-year period and with over 100 million votes cast worldwide, the New Seven Wonders of the World were chosen in 2007 from a ballot consisting of 200 awe-inspiring possibilities. You can visit all of these impressive wonders — with only one exception — on fabulous cruise vacations with Norwegian Cruise Line. In fact, there's even one cruise where you can visit two wonders with just one exhilarating itinerary. Wouldn't that be something worth sending a postcard home about? So just where are the extraordinary New Seven Wonders of the World? Let's take a look.
South America offers an array of amazing destinations and landscapes to explore. Norwegian's South American cruise itineraries offer you many diverse and exciting experiences. Discover the remarkable natural flora and fauna of the Amazon rainforest. Learn about the ancient and mysterious Inca civilization of Machu Picchu. Tango along to the searing hot beats at one of the many Buenos Aires dance clubs.
Peru is a lush country of extraordinary beauty in the South American continent. The port city of Callao is your gateway to the capital of Peru — Lima. This vibrant, colorful city is a photographer's dream. You'll encounter many areas to explore in Lima — culture, architecture, and cuisine.
When considering a cruise, images of lavish buffets, all-night entertainment, and luxury spa treatments often come to mind. With Norwegian Cruise Line, these amenities and more await you. However, your onboard experience is only half of a total cruise vacation experience. When sailing Norwegian, be prepared to savor adventures, visiting some of the world's most famous cities and natural wonders through Norwegian’s shore excursions.
Bucket lists have been popular for decades, and cruises are among the most frequently included items for people of all ages. Not only do they allow you to spend time on the open seas, but they also pack in multiple destinations with more convenience and an affordable yet luxurious experience. While all cruises make for amazing vacations and bucket list items, these are some of the most epic once-in-a-lifetime cruises to add to your bucket list.
When you think of a cruise, many destinations may come to mind including the Caribbean and Alaska. But there are less obvious choices for cruise destinations, even where cruising just might be your better option overall for a few reasons including the bang for your buck that cruising provides; the variety of places you can visit instead of being stuck in just one; and the very special bonus of unpacking only once. Here are 7 destinations you’d never think to experience on a cruise.
Cruising to South America, rounding Cape Horn like an early explorer, is a once in a lifetime experience. Stopping in many ports along the way, you’ll want to see the best of what each destination has to offer. To aid you on your southern adventure, we’ve assembled a list of South American highlights.
Though a cruise to South America may not be the first thing you think of when you picture a voyage at sea, it may soon be one of your favorites. With breathtaking sights of the snow-capped Andes and various landmarks to visit, Santiago offers a unique kind of destination, as it brims with culture and natural beauty. Santiago is Chile’s capital, so it’s no surprise that you’ll find plenty of museums, restaurants and historical landmarks to sample the art and cuisine of the local population. But there’s more to experience when you travel to Chile. Ahead, I’m sharing three activities you’ll want to incorporate into your day.