Patagonia: Chilean Fjords & Staten Island
FEX-682815/378362 S America
8 Nights from
£6,885
Make Enquiry Check Availability
Shortlist
Itinerary
1
Day 1
Santiago (Ch), Chile

Santiago is the capital and largest city in Chile and is surrounded by the majestic Andes Mountain range. The city has been the capital of Chile since 1541 and the downtown areas, reflects this with multiple art deco, neo-gothic and neoclassical architecture. The city enjoys a varied landscape, from the cosmopolitan streets and buildings, to the vineyards, mountains and ocean which lie on its outskirts.

1
Day 1
Puerto Natales, Chile

The Chilean town of Puerto Natales provides a gateway from which to trek the magnificent Torres del Paine and Bernardo O’Higgins National Parks. Admire the glistening harbour of this charming town before embarking on an adventure of stunning natural landmarks including those in the regions of Patagonia and Tierra del Fuego. Many cruises use Puerto Natales as a departure port for journeys through the Patagonian fjords and will take you to through the majestic scenery of the region’s many icebergs.

2
Day 2
Chilean Fjords, Chile

The southern coast of Chile is home to a large number of fjords and fjord-like channels, many of which have been heavily explored by Spaniards throughout history. These fjords and channels can be split into four regions including: Chacao to Guafo, Guaitecas to the Gulf of Penas, Gulf of Penas to Straits of Magellan, and Tierra del Fuego and Puerto Natales. the blue glaciers, tiny islands and rugged coastlines of these fjords are home to dolphins, whales, seals, and Magellanic penguins.

3
Day 3
Isla Grande de Tierra del Fuego, Chile
4
Day 4
Chilean Fjords, Chile

The southern coast of Chile is home to a large number of fjords and fjord-like channels, many of which have been heavily explored by Spaniards throughout history. These fjords and channels can be split into four regions including: Chacao to Guafo, Guaitecas to the Gulf of Penas, Gulf of Penas to Straits of Magellan, and Tierra del Fuego and Puerto Natales. the blue glaciers, tiny islands and rugged coastlines of these fjords are home to dolphins, whales, seals, and Magellanic penguins.

4
Day 4
Beagle Channel, Chile

The Beagle Channel sits at the extreme southern tip of South America partly in Chile and partly in Argentina. Named for the ship Charles Darwin sailed on during his world voyage, the Beagle Channel is one of the most beautiful water passageways on the planet. Due to the sheltered and calm waters that are found here, the channel is a favourite route for voyages to the Antarctic gateway.

5
Day 5
Cape Horn, Chile

Named after the Dutch city of Hoorn, Cape Horn represents the southernmost point of the Tierra del Fuego archipelago in southern Chile. This area has been renowned for being one of the hazardous areas in the world for sailors and was, historically, the only way in which to complete a circumnavigation sailing. The Panama Canal is more commonly used as a passage between the Atlantic and Pacific Oceans in the 21st century, but Cape Horn maintains its historical and geographical value. The opening of the Panama Canal rendered this route obsolete, but it is still a popular recreational route and is a main stay for Chilean Fjord and Antarctic cruises. 

6
Day 6
At Sea,
6
Day 6
Staten Island, Argentina
7
Day 7
At Sea,
7
Day 7
Staten Island, Argentina
8
Day 8
Ushuaia (1), Argentina
8
Day 8
Buenos Aires, Argentina
8
Day 8
Ushuaia (1), Argentina
8
Day 8
Santiago (Ch), Chile
Upcoming Cruises
Embark Disembark Guide Price More Information
Embark , Wed 31 Oct 2018 On Board Disembark Date Wed 07 Nov 2018 Guide Price Enquire