Jungles, Glaciers & The Cape: 3 Spectacular Cruises Worth Booking Now

by Daniel Nikulin
Spectacular cruises

Hey, we love a simple one week Caribbean cruise as much as the next guy but check these out! 

Royal Caribbean’s South and Central America with a Dutch garnish, Norwegian Cruise Line’s Uruguay to Chile and the world’s southernmost city, and Alaska in all its glory with Celebrity Cruises; if you’re looking to up your cruise game, hop on one of these enriching sailings to discover a cruise adventure that’s far from ordinary. It might just change the way you cruise forever. 

Here are our picks for 3 spectacular cruises worth booking immediately.


Royal Caribbean International

Itinerary stop Royal Caribbean cruise

11-night Caribbean & Central America Cruise on Serenade of the Seas℠, roundtrip Fort Lauderdale 

Visit: Puerto Limon (Costa Rica), Colon (Panama), Cartagena (Colombia), Aruba & Curacao 

Showcasing the sublime nature of Panama and Costa Rica, the vibrant streets of Colombia and just the right amount of the Dutch Caribbean, this tropical 11-night sailing seems to have it all. If you can tear yourself away from the action-packed ship, comb a rainforest in Costa Rica, search for sloths in Panama, and marvel at Cartagena’s colourful calles. Throughout, get spoiled on beach after breathtaking beach, finishing up on the sun-drenched shores of Aruba and Curacao. This cruise is ideal for nature lovers, beach bums, surfers and scuba divers.    

 Limited Time Bonus*

∙ Up to 30%* savings on every guest 

∙ Kids Sail Free

*for complete terms and conditions, check out our cruise offer.


Norwegian Cruise Line

Norwegian Cruise Line open ocean

14-night South America Cruise on Norwegian Star, Buenos Aires to Santiago

Visit: Montevideo (Uruguay), Puerto Madryn (Argentina), Port Stanley (Falkland Islands), Cape Horn, Ushuaia (Argentina), Punta Arenas (Chile), and more. 

Watch the best of South America unfold before your eyes from your spacious balcony cabin.  Spend two scenic weeks aboard the Norwegian Star rounding the Horn, from the Atlantic to the Pacific, a legendary oceanic route. Sailing from beautiful Buenos Aires, each stop is a feast for the senses, from cosmo Montevideo and the wines of Argentina to the channels, fjords and glaciers of Chile. Plus, you see the tip-of-the-earth in Ushuaia and the remote Falkland Islands – no one goes to the Falkland Islands!  

Limited Time Bonus* 

$50 USD onboard credit 

PLUS 4 Offers included:

∙ Beverage package

∙ Specialty Dining package

∙ $50 USD per port Shore Excursions

∙ Internet package

∙ 3rd & 4th Guest Free

*for complete terms and conditions, check out our cruise offer.


Celebrity Cruises

Celebrity Cruises Alaska cruise

7-night Alaska Cruise on Celebrity Millennium, Seward to Vancouver

Visit: Seward, Hubbard Glacier, Juneau, Skagway, Icy Strait Point, Ketchikan & the Inside Passage

There’s something about waking up to Alaska’s rugged wilderness enveloped in luxury, like in the Millennium’s new eXhale® bed. And that’s just the tip of the iceberg. What sets this Alaska cruise apart is the recently reimagined ship and a perfectly curated itinerary through the fjords, inlets and protected passages of southeast Alaska. Embark from scenic Seward and enjoy some of Alaska’s best weather on this late-summer run, promising every cruiser wow-worthy experiences, from parents and kids to couples, and solo adventurers, too.  

Limited Time Bonus*

Up to $200* in onboard credits and up to 4 Free Perks:

∙ classic beverage package

∙ free gratuities

∙ free unlimited wifi

∙ $150 USD per person onboard credit

. Kids sail free

*for complete terms and conditions, check out our cruise offer.


From the Pacific Northwest to the Southern Atlantic and the Panama Canal, too, the above sailings were designed to wow. With limited time bonuses and space that’s going fast, we’d encourage you to act fast. 


For more information on the above cruises or for more cruise ideas, visit our Cruise Sale. To book your perfect cruise adventure, speak to our cruise-specialist Expert Travellers today.