5 Senses Travel: South America with Seabourn

Beyond our camera’s and the Instagramable moments in South America, Seabourn gets you upfront seats to using all your senses in the best ways imaginable. 

Smell of the Sea | Armacao Dos Buzios, Brazil – Board a schooner and enjoy a cruise to see twelve beaches as well as Branca Island, Feia Island, and Caboclo Island. Along the way you’ll stop twice to swim in the clear waters of Búzios—first at Feia Island and next at Tartaruga Beach.

Feel Your Way Through the Baths | Virgin Gorda, British Virgin Islands – Climb aboard for the short drive to the top of the Baths at Spring Bay. Huge granite boulders, some measuring 40 feet in diameter, lie at the ocean’s edge — the result of ancient volcanic activity. Take a swim in the clear, warm water, or squeeze through narrow crevices and discover small caverns where sunlight creates cool hues.

Taste Morocco | Casablanca, Morocco – Moroccan Cooking Demonstration & Market: Stop at the bustling Central Market, home to a cavalcade of color, charm, street musicians, a fish market, charming handicrafts, and spices. Refreshments and pastries await you upon your arrival at a local restaurant in Umayya. An informative cooking demonstration follows, where you will learn about the spices and methods used in the creation of a variety of Moroccan entrées and desserts. Afterwards, lunch features the dishes you have seen made.

The Sight of Light | Lima, Peru – Start your evening with a panoramic drive through downtown Lima by night, featuring the Main Square and Plaza San Martin. Then, take in the Magic Water Circuit of Lima — one of the most visited attractions of the city. Honored with a Guinness World Record and unique to South America, the circuit consists of thirteen impressive fountains that combine movement, light, sound and images. You will be treated to a stand-up show at the Fantasy Fountain.

Hear the Oldest Boys’ Choir | Barcelona, Spain – The irregular peaks of Catalonia’s most famous mountain — Montserrat — are visible from miles around. Montserrat is a cultural, religious and natural symbol of the area. During the academic year, if time permits, you may see Escolania — the oldest boys’ choir in Europe.

Your Stellar Travel advisor can help guide you with your 5 senses through South America and pair you with the perfect shore excursions offered with Seabourn.

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