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February 28 - Day #1 - Valparaíso, Chile departs 19:00

A busy modern port, Valparaiso is renowned for its Historic Quarter, which extends from the atmospheric narrow streets by the waterfront up the hills topped with colorful 19th-century mansions and houses.

 - Valparaíso - Lonely Planet

 - Things to do


February 29 - Day #2 - Cruising

Whether you seek an adrenaline rush or total tranquility, our ships have it all. Try rock climbing and experience whimsical aerial shows that take place high above. Melt away land-based stress with a spa massage, build a scrapbook of memories or simply relax poolside.


March 1 - Day #3 - Puerto Montt, Chile

Founded by German colonists in 1853, Puerto Montt is one of Chile's most important cities. Located at the end of the Pan American highway, it is the region’s transport hub, and the gateway to the mystical terrain of southern Chile.
 - 2 Hour Private Tour



March 2 - Day #4 - Cruising: Chilean Fjords

With almost 1,000 miles of islands, channels and fjords, Chile's Fjords rival the famous fjords of Norway. Have your camera ready as you cruise past the amazing seascapes with views of snow-capped volcanoes and dense forests.




March 3 - Day #5 - CruisingStrait of Magellan

One of the world's most scenic and challenging waterways, the Strait of Magellan was long the only nautical passage between the Atlantic and Pacific Oceans.



March 4 - Day #6 - Punta Arenas, Chile 

Arrives 7am departs 5:30pm

Overlooking the Strait of Magellan, Punta Arenas is the world's southernmost city. You'll find maritime history in the port which is also the gateway to nature and wildlife of Chilean Patagonian.

 - Things to do in Punta Arenas

 - Top things to do in Punta Arenas

 - Activities in Punta Arenas



Cementerio Municipal *****

Among South America’s most fascinating cemeteries, with both humble immigrant graves and flashy tombs, like that of wool baron José Menéndez, a scale replica of Rome’s Vittorio Emanuele monument, according to Bruce Chatwin. See the map inside the main entrance gate.

It’s an easy 15-minute stroll northeast of the plaza, or catch any taxi colectivo (shared taxi with specific route) in front of the Museo Regional Braun-Menéndez on Magallanes.

Instituto de la Patagonia *****

Pioneer days are made real again at the Patagonian Institute's Museo del Recuerdo , part of the Universidad de Magallanes. On display are a collection of antique farm and industrial machinery, a typical pioneer house and shearing shed, and a wooden-wheeled shepherds' trailer. The library has historical maps and a series of historical and scientific publications. Any taxi colectivo that is heading to the Zona Franca will drop you across the street.

City Tour $65



March 5 - Day #7 - Ushuaia, Argentina


Ushuaia is the world's southernmost city, a remote area chartered and explored by the likes of Magellan, Cook and Darwin. Explore its diverse landscapes of mountains, glaciers and subantarctic forests.

Ushuaia - Lonely Planet

 - Museo Marítimo & Museo del Presidio

 - Museo Yamaná



Ushuaia - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Tourist attractions include the Tierra del Fuego National Park and Lapataia Bay. The park can be reached by highway, or via the End of the World Train (Tren del Fin del Mundo) from Ushuaia. The city has a museum of Yámana, English, and Argentine settlement, including its years as a prison colony. Wildlife attractions include local birds, penguins, seals, and orcas, many of these species colonizing islands in the Beagle Channel. There are daily bus and boat tours to Harberton, the Bridges family compound. Tours also visit the Les Eclaireurs Lighthouse. Les Eclaireurs is sometimes confused with the "Lighthouse at the End of the World" (Faro del fin del mundo) made famous by Jules Verne in the novel of the same name; but the latter lies some 200 mi (320 km) east of Ushuaia on Isla de los Estados (Staten Island).




Arrives 06:00 Departs 08:30 (Cruising)

For generations of mariners, rounding Cape Horn has been a celebrated accomplishment. As the ship's captain and crew navigate, you can take in the windswept and rugged terrain of the remote region called "the far end of the earth."



March 7 - Day #9 - Cruising 

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March 8 - Day #10 - Puerto Madryn, Argentina

Madryn's varied attractions include incredible beaches, and historic sites steeped in Welsh tradition. From here, you can visit the world-famous wildlife sanctuary on Peninsula Valdes and a penguin rookery in Punta Tombo.

 - Activities in Puerto Madryn

   - Day Trip to Punta Tombo ($103)

   - City Tour and Sea Lions at Punta Loma from Puerto Madryn ($34)

 - Things to do in Puerto Madryn

    - EcoCentro AR$125

    - Museo Provincial de Ciencias Naturales y Oceanográfico


    - Food/Drink - Cheers Patagonia

         Address - Belgrano 323


 - Sights in Puerto Madryn

    - Reserva Faunística Punta Loma - AR$50



March 9 - Day #11 - Cruising

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March 10 - Day #12 - Punta del Este, Uruguay

Uruguay's upscale resort town draws an international crowd of jet setters to its beautiful beaches. Beyond the sand, sea and sun, you can explore a rich arts scene, fine dining and great shopping in Punta del Este.
Things to do in Punta del Este

 - Sights in Punta del Este

 - Activities in Punta del Este



March 11 - Day #13 - Montevideo, Uruguay

European ambiance infuses the Uruguyan capital, from its historic Old City, the leafy Prado neighborhood to districts filled with elegant Art Nouveau, Art Deco and Modernist buildings. Countryside and vineyards are within easy reach.
Top things to do in Montevideo

 - Things to do in Montevideo

 - Sights in Montevideo



March 12 - Day #14 - Buenos Aires, Argentina

Tango, asados, and European-infused elegance are still part of Buenos Aires. But the cultured capital is increasingly cosmopolitan, as seen in the galleries, boutiques and restaurants in trendy districts like the revitalized Puerto Madero.
Top things to do in Buenos A

- A perfect day in Buenos Aires

- Things to do in Buenos Aires

March 13 - Day #15 - Buenos Aires, Argentina


Tango, asados, and European-infused elegance are still part of Buenos Aires. But the cultured capital is increasingly cosmopolitan, as seen in the galleries, boutiques and restaurants in trendy districts like the revitalized Puerto Madero.

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