As a continuation of last week’s spotlight on a few of our exciting new ports, we’re turning our focus on vibrant South America and the sun-drenched Caribbean. From the bliss of Punta Cana to Arica, Chile’s fascinating northernmost city at the edge of a desert, our new 2016-2017 Winter Collection introduces unique ports throughout South America and the Caribbean.

Top Experiences in Featured South America & Caribbean Ports

Arica, Chile: A lush city situated at the edge of the famed Atacama Desert, Arica offers beautiful beaches, verdant valleys filled with olive groves, fascinating archaeological sites and more.

  • Take in sweeping views of the city and ocean from El Morro
  • Discover excavated mummies at Museo de Sitio Colón 10
  • Browse the craft shops and studios of Poblado Artesanal
  • Don’t miss the impressive San Miguel de Azapa Archeological Museum

Punta Cana, Dominican Republic: Powderly white sands, swaying palms, the gentle lap of ocean waves and the radiant sun on your shoulders – that’s the bliss of Punta Cana, but plenty of other diversions abound.

  • Visit freshwater lagoons and observe indigenous wildlife at the Indigenous Eyes Ecological Park and Reserve
  • Travel to a countryside ranch to learn how local products are produced
  • Witness the colorful variety of marine life on a glass-bottom boat or snorkeling tour
  • Stop at the Ponce de Leon Fort Museum for a glimpse of the explorer’s life

There’s more – discover the rest of our new ports in the Caribbean & Mexico on our website:

Golfito, Costa Rica
Harvest Caye, Belize
Ensenada, Mexico
La Paz, Mexico
Manzanillo, Mexico

Get inspired to plan your winter voyage with Oceania Cruises today!

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