Our cruise started with tours in Buenos Aries and the Tigre Delta. All excursions with the ship were well organized with good guides. In two ports we got tours with local operators we saw at the pier and they were satisfying-and half the price. Many groups booked independent tours in advance. We were able to dine in the speciality restaurant s more than once by calling in each morning for that day reservations. Only 6:30 and 8:30 were available each time. Sharing a table with others was a pleasant way to meet other guests. Our afternoon treat was the ice cream station next to Waves dining on the 12th floor. Try to get a front seat for shows featuring dancing as it is difficult to see the stage floor from the rear. We met many couples who travel extensively with Oceania and we have our next Oceania cruise booked for June.
This cabin is opposite the service door for the stewards. It was noisy as the carts were rolled out each day for cleaning.
Relaxing boat ride around a resort area.View All 24 Tigre Delta Reviews
Highlight of trip. Be prepared for a very bumpy ride in a 4x4.View All 37 Gentoo Penguins in Bluff Cove Reviews
Save time to walk around town and visit museu.View All 10 City Tour Reviews
Museum tours explains history and agriculture of the early settlers.View All 24 City Tour Reviews
Met a tour at the pier that matched one from the ship for half the cost. The gulde's English was limited but we saw the same sights. Be sure to visit the handicraft market in Pueto Vegas.
Skip the city tour today and book one on your transfer to Santiago . Go to Vinas Del Mar and enjoy the beach and the town instead.View All 22 Santiago City Tour Reviews