Patagonia, recently settled and hardly tamed. Patagonia encompasses the pampas, fjords, archipelagos and glaciers at the Southern tip of South America. Torres del Paine National park is a UNESCO Biosphere Reserve is one of the most scenic places in South America.  Recently colonized, home to Giant Ground Sloth and other massive mega fauna, its pristine, nature is still dominant and awe inspiring. 

 

Cross miles of pampas, home to guanaco, ñandu and ranchers, and experience the majesty of the parks many lakes, waterfalls and spectacular glacially carved mountains, towers and cirques.  Also visit Punta Arenas on the shores of the Strait of Magellan, once the only harbor on the trip round Cape Horn and enjoy its rich history and delightful cuisine.

In seven days you will explore Patagonia visiting the famous National Park and UNESCO Biosphere Reserve Torres del Paine and exploring the Patagonian fjords on board of an small expedition cruise ship.

Upon you arrival you will head straight from Punta Arenas airport in Northern direction towards Torres del Paine. You’ll stay at some of the top locations in the park and will explore the entire park for a day visiting waterfalls, forests and look-outs over the many lakes. On the third day you will drive back to Punta Arenas have a city tour enjoying the early 20th century architecture. Late afternoon you will embark on a cruise expedition ship towards Cape Horn following Magellan and Darwin’s navigation routes visiting glaciers and making expeditions on the way. On the fourth  day you will disembark in Ushuaia, world’s most southern city for your return home or further exploration.

Days                : 7 days, 6 nights

Price                : On request

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Virtual tour       : Patagonia

 

 

 
Sail through the legendary Strait of Magellan, along channels, bays and fjords, passing glaciers, snow-capped peaks, islands and unexplored forests of incomparable beauty.
 
The modern expeditions ships Maris and Vía Australis will give you an unforgetable experience sailing in the foodsteps of famous figures as Ferdinad Magellan, Charles Darwin and Willem Schouten. The cruise disembarks from the historic city of Punta Arenas, once an important harbour and trade centre crossing the Strait of Magellan in the direction of the continents most southern tip: Cape Horn. This remote end of the earth is part of the world's most southern UNESCO Biosphere Reserve with the same name and the place where.
 
Your trip will end at the world's most southern city, Ushuaia from where you can plan further explorations of the “end of the world”.

Days                : 5 days, 4 nights

Price                : On request

Brochure          : Download

Virtual tour       : Patagonia 

 

Where the Strait of Magellan turns northwards to the Pacific Ocean, a group of scientists discovered the feeding ground of humpback whales around the island Carlos III. It is here where Chile’s first  Marine Park was recently created. Have a wonderful experience observing the whales, but also penguins, sea lions, dolphins, and a large variety of birds.

Days                : 3 days, 2 nights or full day

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Getting to know this yet unexplored continent has been the goal and dream of many adventurers that are not satisfied with simply imagining how it would feel like to traverse its ice caps and who have made up their minds to enter this wildlife paradise.
 
Antartica XII offers you an unique air-cruise expedition to the white continent. You will fly from the city of Punta Arenas to the South Shetland Islands where you embark on the Professor Multanovskiy for further exploration.
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Days                : 7 days, 6 nights