*Este sitio está protegido por reCAPTCHA y se aplican las Condiciones de servicio y la Política de privacidad de Google.

    For purchases with less than 48 hours communicate by WhatsApp.

    Prices may vary according to dates and seasons.

    SKU: 14377 Categories: , ,



    Departures from September 25, 2022 to April 9, 2023.

    Valores desde USD 1590 per person subject to availability.
    Rate in US dollars per person, based on two passengers per cabin

    Day 1: Ushuaia

    Check in between 10:00 and 17:00. at Avenida San Martin 409. Boarding at 6:00 p.m. welcome toast
    and presentation of the Captain and the crew. Subsequently, the ship will set sail towards the South end. Through
    from the mythical Beagle Channel and the Strait of Magellan, it will tour Patagonia and Tierra del Fuego.

    Day 2: Cape Horn – Wulaia Bay

    We will sail through the Murray Channel and Nassau Bay arriving at the Cabo de Hornos National Park, where
    We will disembark if the weather conditions allow it. The mythical Cape Horn was discovered in 1616 and
    It is an almost vertical promontory 425 meters high. For years it was an important shipping route
    for sailboats between the Pacific and Atlantic oceans. It is known as the end of the world and was declared a Reserve
    Biosphere World Cup in 2005. In the afternoon we will disembark in Wulaia Bay, a historical site that was one of
    the largest settlements of the native Yámanas canoeists. Charles Darwin landed here in 1833
    during his voyage aboard HMS Beagle. This place offers a visual spectacle of great beauty due to its
    vegetation and geography. We will reach a viewpoint, walking through the Magellanic forest where
    lengas, coigües, canelos and ferns grow, among other species.

    Day 3: Pía Glacier – Garibaldi Glacier

    In the morning we will navigate the Northwest arm of the Beagle Channel to enter and disembark in the fjord.
    Pía. We will make an excursion to the viewpoint from where you can see the homonymous glacier, whose
    main tongue extends from the top of the mountain range to the sea. During the afternoon we will enter the
    Garibaldi fjord, to take a walk through the cold Patagonian jungle, going up to the base of a
    glacial waterfall. From this point we can appreciate an imposing landscape. For those who
    remain on board, the Captain will head towards the Garibaldi Glacier to be able to appreciate the panoramic view from
    the outer covers.

    Day 4: Seno Agostini – Águila Glacier – Cóndor Glacier

    In the morning we will navigate the Cockburn channel to enter the Agostini Sound, where it will be possible to appreciate
    the glaciers that descend from the center of the Darwin mountain range, some of them reaching the sea.
    During the morning, we will disembark in Zodiac boats for a gentle walk around a
    lagoon formed by the melting of the Águila glacier, up to which we will come face to face. In
    the afternoon we will sail in Zodiac boats to get closer to the Cóndor Glacier. We will learn about the
    glacier formation and its influence on the abrupt geography of the Fuegian channels.

    Day 5: Magdalena Island – Punta Arenas

    First thing in the morning, weather conditions permitting, we will disembark on Magdalena Island,
    obligatory stop for the supply of ancient navigators and discoverers. During our walk
    towards the lighthouse we will be able to appreciate an immense colony of Magellan penguins. In September and April it is
    excursion is replaced by a landing on Isla Marta where you can see sea lions
    South Americans from the Zodiac boats. Finally you arrive at Punta Arenas, disembarking at 11:30 a.m.
    *The use of Poles for Photographic Cameras is prohibited on Isla Magdalena


      *Este sitio está protegido por reCAPTCHA y se aplican las Condiciones de servicio y la Política de privacidad de Google.