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South America is the ultimate destination for the modern explorer. It’s a continent so diverse, you’ll find everything from sun-soaked tropical beaches to dramatic ice-carved fjords. You can discover islands that have been isolated from civilization for millions of years, or you can take part in the world’s most colorful samba celebration. Whether you’re a nature lover, foodie, or culture seeker—or just looking to relax and unwind—a cruise around South America has something to offer for every kind of traveler. Luxurious and upscale on every deck and at every turn, Celebrity Eclipse sets the standard for modern-day vacations. Take your taste buds on an adventure with diverse dining choices. Enjoy endless entertainment options. Take a yoga class in the Fitness Center. Whatever your travel style, you’ll find your home on board.

  • 16 night cruise aboard Celebrity Eclipse
  • Book by Jul 6: Exclusive rates and up to $450 USD onboard credit per cabin!
  • Always Included:
    • Classic Beverage Package (valued at $70.80 USD per day)
    • Wi-Fi Surf, 2 devices (valued at $30 USD per day)
    • Prepaid Gratuities (valued at $15.50 USD per day)
December 7, 2023 Cruise Only
Inside $2129 $1849
Oceanview $2569 $2289
Balcony $2809-$2879 $2529-$2599
Taxes & Fees $444

Extend your cruise: 14 Night South America Cruise from Valparaíso to Buenos Aires sailing on December 23, 2023. Please call for more information.

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Date Ports Arrive Depart
Thu 07Dec2023 Los Angeles, California 5:00 PM
Fri 08Dec2023 Cruising
Sat 09Dec2023 Cabo San Lucas, Mexico 12:30 PM 9:00 PM
Sun 10Dec2023 Cruising
Mon 11Dec2023 Cruising
Tue 12Dec2023 Huatulco, Mexico 7:00 AM 4:00 PM
Wed 13Dec2023 Cruising
Thu 14Dec2023 Puntarenas, Costa Rica 10:00 AM 6:00 PM
Fri 15Dec2023 Cruising
Sat 16Dec2023 Manta, Ecuador 8:00 AM 5:00 PM
Sun 17Dec2023 Cruising
Mon 18Dec2023 Lima, Peru 10:00 AM
Tue 19Dec2023 Lima, Peru 5:00 PM
Wed 20Dec2023 Pisco, San Martin 7:00 AM 3:00 PM
Thu 21Dec2023 Cruising
Fri 22Dec2023 Cruising
Sat 23Dec2023 Valparaíso, Chile 6:00 AM
Los Angeles, California
There is so much to see and do in this entertainment capital. Before embarking on a cruise from Los Angeles make sure to pad in some time to explore the City of Angels. Shop on Rodeo Drive and sightsee as you keep your eyes open for Hollywood’s famous heroes and villains in their off-screen persona. See the homes of the stars, or visit the Griffith Observatory and do some celestial stargazing at the landmark planetarium. If low-key activities are more your style, the Los Angeles Conservancy does wonderful walking tours to explore the historic and architectural gems of the city. And, from Wolfgang Puck’s Spago in Beverly Hills to The Grand Central Market, LA is a foodie’s paradise offering superb dining options. Los Angeles cruises have it all and then some.
Cabo San Lucas, Mexico
At the southern tip of Mexico’s Baja California Peninsula, Cabo San Lucas is world-famous for its party scene—and for good reason. From Hollywood celebrity sightings to incredible restaurants and legendary clubs. And, there’s so much natural beauty to explore on a cruise to Cabo. Soak up the sun on the sandy white beaches or explore the arch of Cabo San Lucas (“El Arco”) the beautiful rock formation at Land’s End. Take your pick from jet-skiing, parasailing, snorkeling, desert excursions, and much more. Visit the Museo de las Californias and discover the historical artifacts including tools and journals from 16th century expeditions. The culinary scene is lively here with many world-renowned chefs catering to the jet setters and foodie crowds. You’ll find freshest seafood straight from the Pacific and the Sea of Cortez on daily menus.
Huatulco, Mexico
This is indeed a place where recreation and ecology are in perfect harmony. At the foot of the Sierra del Sur Mountains, Huatulco is actually made up of nine distinct bays. The turquoise waters are home to an abundance of sea life and provide a delightful aquatic playground for visitors. On land, shopping and dining establishments are outnumbered only by the number of beaches in the area: thirty to be exact.
Puntarenas, Costa Rica
The world knows Costa Rica for its ecological biodiversity and national parks, and Puntarenas welcomes you to many of these treasures—Pacific beaches, renowned surfing, rainforests, and wildlife. Ride horseback through secluded tropical forests or along the wide open beach. Head down the coast to Playa Jaco, which draws surfers from around the world for international competitions. Plunge below the surface to discover reefs teeming with marine life. Spot monkeys, crocodiles, scarlet macaws, and other birds by cruising through the mangroves or up the Tárcoles River. Hike through the lush rainforest or fly over it by zip line. Launch out to Prison Island and learn about its haunting history before kicking back for lunch on Tortuga Beach. Duck into a family-run restaurant, called a soda, to find authentic Costa Rican cooking. Order the gallo pinto, Costa Rica’s national dish, or try the ceviche, made from the catch of the day “cooked” in lemon juice. Order a taco, called a tico, from a food truck. To find souvenirs, stroll the Paseo de los Turistas, a bustling beachfront promenade. While in Puntarenas, meet the local vendors selling hand-made crafts and score a fresh bag of rich Costa Rican coffee.
Manta, Ecuador
Uncovering authentic local finds and having experiences that make you feel like you’ve really connected with a place are important elements in ensuring an extraordinary vacation. We’re taking advantage of our partnership with Travel + Leisure to get their editors’ recommendations and insider tips on the places you will want to visit. Here are their picks for just one of the 150 destinations they covered.
Lima, Peru
Located on the west coast of Peru, facing the turquoise blue waters of the Pacific Ocean, the port city of Callao is your gateway to capital city of Lima. The short half-hour drive to the heart of the capital city is a photographer’s dream. Lima comes alive in vibrant color, from the architecture that tells a story of past civilization to the cuisine that’s passed down from generation to generation. With 43 districts and 9 million inhabitants, there’s so much to explore on a cruise to Lima Peru. On your cruise to Peru, take a peek into the rich history and heritage of Lima at the Larco Museum located in the Pueblo Libre District. The museum is built on the site of a 7th century pre-Columbian temple and houses fascinating collections from the Inca, Nazca, Cupisnique, Chancay cultures. Each room displaying ceramics, textiles, mummies, and other artifacts dating back around 3,000 years. There’s also a special erotic room that features a collection of ceramic pots depicting various sexual positions. For an even deeper glimpse into Peruvian history, head to The National Museum of Archaeology, Anthropology and History of Peru, the oldest and largest museum in Peru. The museum features a wonderful range of pre-Hispanic metals, organic materials, and ceramics with a broad archeological collection of more than 100,000 items from pre-Inca cultures. There are many churches and temples in Lima to explore on a cruise to Peru. In fact, there may be one on almost every corner of the city. But, the Basilica Cathedral in the heart of Lima’s historical downtown is considered one of the more significant churches in town. Built in 1535, this Roman Catholic shrine faces the Plaza Mayor and has retained its beautiful mix of baroque, renaissance, gothic and neoclassic styles. Lima is quickly becoming a culinary hotspot on the world stage. Head to the Boulevard of Gastronomy in the district of Surquillo to sample Peruvian delicacies. From the street carts offering delicious ceviches, butifarra (grilled sandwiches), and tamales to novoandina (new Andean cuisine) at the top restaurants in town, Peruvian cuisine does not disappoint. Like the past that shapes the city of Lima today, you’ll find a melting pot of flavors and traditions comprise authentic Peruvian dishes, incorporating a lively mélange of influences, including Spanish, Italian, Asian, West African and Incan. Stroll the famous Surquillo Market where you can pick up delicious exotic fruits and vegetables straight from the Amazon Rainforest, including cupuacu, lúcuma, and choclo.
Pisco (San Martin), Peru
One of the area’s main attractions in the province is the Paracas National Reservation, where 216 species of birds have been recorded. Generally used as a base to see the the abundant wildlife of the Islas Ballestas and Península de Paracas, the area is also of historical and archaeological interest, having hosted one of the most highly developed pre-Inca civilizations—the Paracas culture from 900 BC until AD 200. Pisco is also home to its namesake brandy, produced since the late 16th century in its wine-making region.
Valparaiso, Chile
The picturesque neighborhoods of Valparaíso extend up into the 45 steep hills overlooking this busy Chilean port and the Pacific Ocean beyond. Brilliant murals and wonderful street art in bright, bold color dominates this seaside town. There’s so much to discover on a Valparaiso cruise. To explore the churches and architectural landmarks that make this a World Heritage site, ride the vibrant ascencores, a series of elevators that are over 100 years old. Many of the ascensores have ceased operation, however the few that are still running also offer wonderful birds eye views. Walk along the Caleto Portales Beach and take in the views of the ocean, the people, and the occasional sightings of sea lions sunbathing. Then, make your way to one of the many restaurants along the shore for delicious specialty dishes like empanadas, ceviche, the famous conger chowder and the freshest seafood.

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