Award-Winning Argentina Cruises

An Argentina cruise will take you to some of the most breathtaking and remote places on earth. From the world’s southernmost city to its notable wine country and energetic capital, the country of Argentina will seduce you while on a cruise to South America. Home to parts of Patagonia and a myriad of wildlife, you’ll be delighted by the natural beauty you’ll behold during your vacation.

Cruises from Argentina depart from Buenos Aires and head to other fascinating cities and ports of call in South America and Antarctica. Spend a few days before or after your sailing to explore Argentina’s large, vibrant capital city filled with intriguing cultural attractions and mouthwatering cuisine.

Experience Wineries & Wildlife on Argentina Cruises

From sprawling vineyards and epic cityscapes, to towering mountains and glacial lakes, the beauty and culture of Argentina will astound you.

Wineries and Vineyards

Argentina has gorgeous vineyards that make for an aesthetically pleasing day in port. In addition to the views, you can try some Argentinian wine–the Malbec is especially divine.


The wild side of Argentina can be found in Patagonia, the mountainous region located on the southern tip of South America. Patagonia is a nature lover’s delight with its jagged mountaintops, massive glaciers, and glistening lakes and rivers.

Argentina Big City Life

Buenos Aires is one of the most thriving and exciting metropolises on the planet. Experience the cultures and traditions of the capital during your cruise to Argentina with a day or more spent exploring this vibrant city.

Featured Argentina Cruise Ports

Cruises from Argentina depart from Buenos Aires. Cruises from other South American ports also stop here. While on your cruise, you may visit Ushuaia, the most southerly latitude city on earth, and Puerto Madryn, known for its wildlife like penguins and an assortment of birds and sea mammals.

Ushuaia, Argentina

Puerto Madryn, Argentina

Buenos Aires, Argentina

Popular Shore Excursions in Argentina

While on Argentina cruises, see the best parts of the country and learn about its culture and history on shore excursions. You’ll tour with knowledgeable guides in comfort and a guarantee that you’ll get back to the ship in time before it leaves the port.

Wildlife Encounters

Argentina’s southerly location provides the perfect climate for different kinds of penguin species, and colonies are scattered throughout the country. In addition to penguins, you can see dolphins, sea lions, and a variety of birds during Argentina cruises. A shore excursion will take you to see them in a safe manner for both you and the animals. 

Iguazu Falls

See the mesmerizing Iguazu Falls on a shore excursion from Buenos Aires. Iguazu Falls is the world’s largest waterfall collection, with 275 individual waterfalls plunging over cliffs that span 2.7 kilometers.

Culture and Cuisine

Get an intimate look at the culture of Argentina during a shore excursion. Take in a tango show and dinner or learn how to tango yourself. Browse the markets of Buenos Aires and taste local wine while listening to live music. Attend a Gaucho fiesta, or enjoy a private dinner on a Chef’s Market Discoveries excursion.

Our Award-Winning Argentina Cruise Ships

Celebrity Silhouette

Celebrity Eclipse

Helpful Tips for Argentina Cruise


Those visiting on Argentina cruises can’t miss out on the local shopping scene, whether it’s at small market stalls in Ushuaia or large shopping complexes in Buenos Aires. Popular souvenirs to bring home from Argentina include leather goods, pinguino pitchers shaped like penguins, mate tea, a pair of alpargatas shoes, and glass siphons.

 When eating in Argentina, be on the lookout for traditional dishes like empanadas or puchero stew. Argentine asado is another great option to try, which is the term for grilled cooking. Also pick up a packet of alfajores, which are dulce de leche sandwich cookies, to bring home with you. 

Cruises from Argentina and those with ports of call in Argentina typically sail between December and March. This time of year sees warmer weather, since it’s summer in the southern hemisphere. However, you still may want to pack some items for cooler weather since the Patagonia region can get chilly in the mountains. Buenos Aires will likely be pleasantly warm, though, so bring some clothes fit for a balmy summer day as well.