Framed by overnight stays in Rio de Janeiro and Buenos Aires, this journey follows a route revealing the radiant waters, stunning landscapes, and cultural rhythms of the southeastern coastline of South America. Take in Rio de Janeiro’s sights—from the iconic Sugarloaf Mountain and the awe-inspiring Christ the Redeemer statue to the renowned Copacabana and Ipanema Beaches. Sail to Búzios, and explore its coastal attractions—from calm clear waters to energetic surf spots—and visit the pristine island of Ilha Grande, a protected ecological area only traversed by foot, bike, or boat. Paraty is a throwback to a forgotten time, with preserved Colonial houses and vehicle-free cobblestone streets, while São Paulo, a city of skyscrapers, pulses with the alluring sounds of samba. Take in Porto Belo’s pristine beaches and Rio Grande’s ancient architecture before sailing to Uruguay to explore Punta del Este’s glamour-filled waterfront and to witness Montevideo’s contrasting architectural styles. Finally, sail to the capital of Argentina, Buenos Aires, boasting superb cuisine, chic boutiques, and the world’s widest boulevard.
Brochure and itinerary will be available approximately nine months prior to tour departure, view the preliminary itinerary here.
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