Featured Deal

Team Clark is adamant that we will never write content influenced by or paid for by an advertiser. To support our work, we do make money from some links to companies and deals on our site. Learn more about our guarantee here.
16-day South American cruise from $649

16-day South American cruise from $649

Clara Bosonetto February 7, 2019
Get This Deal Read More
Image Credit: Dreamstime

Why I Dig this Deal:

Journey 40 miles through the Panama Canal for an unforgettable experience. Witness first-hand one of the world's manmade shortcuts that has changed travel and the transport of goods worldwide.

Editor’s note; the price has increased from $549 to $649 per person.

This is an incredible deal on a 16-day South American cruise!

A 16-Day South America Explorer cruise aboard Norwegian Cruise Line is deeply discounted to $649 per person or less than $41 a day! Upgrade to an oceanview stateroom for $849 per person.

This once in a lifetime cruise from South America to North America is aboard the Norwegian Sun — not one of the giant cruise ships with mini-amusement parks and steel drum parties, but aboard a mid-size ship that is best for shore excursions.

The Norwegian Sun departs Santiago, Chile and calls at:

  • Coquimbo and Arica, Chile (with an overnight expedition to the ruins of Machu Picchu, a 15th-century Inca citadel)
  • Lima and Trujillo, Peru
  • Manta, Ecuador
  • Puntarenas, Costa Rica
  • Daylight Transit through all of the Gatun Locks of the Panama Canal
  • Cartagena, Colombia
  • Embark in Miami, Florida

This specially-priced sailing departs Santiago on March 16 and returns to Miami on April 1. Depending on the stateroom, extra perks may be included such as Wi-Fi and drink packages. This deal could expire at any time!

Get This Deal
Problem with a deal? Let us know.
  • Show Comments Hide Comments
About this Deal Digger About this Deal Digger
Clara proudly admits to being a Michigan Yankee. She left Motown in ’82 (where all of her family still lives) to travel through Europe (with Saudi Arabia as her home base) for two years before landing in Atlanta. The opportunity to see that bit of the world inspired her to take up a career in the travel industry. Clara began at Action Travel — agencies owned and managed by Clark Howard. Clara continued her career as a retail travel agent while assisting Clark with two weekly travel columns for the Atlanta Journal-Constitution until 1996 and solo travel columns through 2017. Each weekday Clara searches for the latest and greatest travel deals (that Clark hasn’t already found!)
View More Articles