A New Partnership For SouthAmerica.travel

SouthAmerica.travel recently announced that they are partnering with Hurtigruten which is an expedition cruise that travels between Antarctica and South America. Due to this new partnership, SouthAmerica.travel will have more options for their customers who are looking not just for a usual vacation package but one that comes with an exploration cruise coupled with a land tour. They will be able to have a tour around South America and reach as far as Antarctica. Hurtigruten offers comfortable ships with eco-friendly practices on-board and they have unique travel itineraries. They are also led by a team of experts that meet the high standard set by SouthAmerica.travel. This is to make sure that they give quality and authentic trips to their clients who are dreaming to see South America.

According to the CEO of the company, Juergen Keller, they are able to combined land package that will make it possible for travellers to see the highlights on South America and they also get a cruise with an expedition style. It is not only the best way to see this side of the world but it is cost effective too. If you have flown all the way to see South America and experience the cruise then it is the best chance to grab the opportunity of seeing other sites such as the Iguassu Falls or the Machu Picchu.

Hurtigruten offers cruises in Antarctica with their two ships, MS Midnatsol and MS Fram. These are designed to be expedition cruises in order to tap the inner explorer of everyone aboard. They will have an unforgettable experience getting close to nature as well as wildlife. There are options to stay in the cruise between 13 to 20 days and it will depart at the port of Ushuaia, Argentina. This South America Tour is much better with the cruise because the ships will sail going to the continent in the most southern part of the world while passing by Drake Passage which has a notorious reputation. The cruise will also let passengers experience marine wildlife, see massive ice fields and be impressed with the biggest glaciers.