Luxury cruises Archive

An Upscale Adventure River Cruise on the Amazon in Peru

Would you like to explore the Amazon River jungle area to see wildlife, but have a comfortable bed and an air-conditioned room at night? On International Expeditions river cruise aboard the Zafiro, you can get that plus fine food, a glass of wine, and a hot tub. When many travelers picture a journey on the [&hellip

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The Revamped Galapagos Sea Star Journey Ship Sails With More Style

The Galapagos Sea Star from Latin Trails was a fine ship before its recent renovations: in the World Travel Awards it scored as “South America’s Leading Boutique Cruise.” They took things up a notch recently though and now this vessel from one of the area’s most respected companies is ready to take on passengers looking [&hellip

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A Full Bucket List Tour Through Patagonia

If you’re going to head all the way down to the bottom of South America, it would be a real shame to just buzz in and out of Patagonia. This Southern Cone region of Argentina and Chile has some of the most spectacular scenery in the world. Much of it is preserved as parks or [&hellip

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The Chilean Fjords with Nomads of the Seas

There is definitely something singular about Chile’s Patagonia and the fjord system that you will find nudged up against the bottom half of the country. Extreme weather, breathtaking landscapes and all kinds of natural wonders await travelers who make the long trek to Southern Chile. Luxury Latin America has waxed poetic in the past about [&hellip

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Antarctica Alternative: the Falklands and South Georgia Island

Many travelers want to visit Antarctica because it’s a bucket list item, or because it’s continent number seven for them. Or maybe there’s a pull because it seems like the last wild place where nature rules. You could hang a left on the map from Argentina instead, however, and see teeming wildlife in the Falkland [&hellip

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Where Your Ship Goes in Antarctica

There are some great excursions on this planet where you can compress the experience down to a few short days, but that’s not going to work for Antarctica. Even if you fly across the Drake Passage you’ll need plenty of time, so you might as well commit to the long haul. If you can extend [&hellip

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