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AUSTRALIS CRUISES-PATAGONIA EXPLORER

About Argentina - From $1,960.00 USD

THE M/V STELLA AUSTRALIS & THE M/V VENTUS AUSTRALIS take you on an amazing journey to the “uttermost end of the earth” during a four-night voyage along the winding passages of the fjords of Tierra del Fuego. The natural splendor of Patagonia is on full display all along this route between Ushuaia (Argentina) and Punta Arenas (Chile) as you travel on one of the industry’s most comfortable expedition cruise ships, designed to make your trip as pleasant and remarkable as possible through the Strait of Magellan and Beagle Channel. This remarkable journey, traveling through Patagonia along one of the world’s most iconic sea routes, runs a broad gamut from glaciers and iceberg-filled fjords to wildlife colonies and historic places where long-ago humans left their imprint on the landscape. You can also enjoy the rare opportunity to walk on legendary Cape Horn (weather permitting) which few others have had.
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