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Punta Arenas City tour

Punta Arenas City tour - Punta Arenas, Chile

Duration: 4 hours
Location: Punta Arenas, Chile

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$140.00

Enjoy a day of sightseeing and a historical tour. It's just you, your companions, and your personal guide and driver for this wonderful 4 hours tour of all major attractions in the city of Punta Arenas. This tour will take you to Cerro Mirador La Cruz, where you can get a fantastic panoramic view of all the city ... More info ›

Enjoy a day of sightseeing and a historical tour. It's just you, your companions, and your personal guide and driver for this wonderful 4 hours tour of all major attractions in the city of Punta Arenas. This tour will take you to Cerro Mirador La Cruz, where you can get a fantastic panoramic view of all the city. You will also visit the main square (Muñoz Gamero Square) surrounded by ancient mansions, the Cathedral,  the Archaelogical Museum, and to one of the most beautiful cemeteries in the world.

Punta Arenas is the second most prosperous city in Chile, with the second highest Per Capita figures in the country. This place also has different color roofs, in order to identify the houses, due to the weather conditions; this is the only City in Chile where this is done.

 Leaving the Punta Arenas Pier, you’ll ride along the coast, which overlooks the Magellan Strait, making your way to the “La Cruz” View Point and Promenade. Here, you will get a brief talk about the city, and how the Yugoslavian, German and British immigrants, amongst others, made this place flourish.   After this you’ll visit the Main Square of Punta Arenas, Muñoz Gamero, locally known as “La Plaza de la Pata del Indio” or the “Indian’s Foot” Square. In this Square you have various little Artisan shops, the Cathedral, the Archaeological Museum, and a part of the Financial district. The tour then continues towards the Sara Braun Museum, and then proceed towards the Maggiorino Borgatello Salesian Museum, driving through the main avenues of the city.  You will also visit the Patagonia Institute, boasting a collection of old local cars and machinery.  After this, you’ll see one of the most beautiful cemeteries in the world, where the tombs of the pioneers have been exceptionally preserved among well-kept gardens and cypress stands.

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Fjords of Tierra del Fuego

Fjords of Tierra del Fuego - Punta Arenas, Chile

Duration: 5 days
Location: Punta Arenas, Chile

From USD
$2298.00

Our Patagonia cruise tours follow the fjords of the southern edge of Tierra del Fuego highlights the stunning, natural beauty of Patagonia and several of its most important historical sites. Whether you are sailing aboard M/V Stella Australis, this four-day journey includes visits to wildlife rich Ainsworth Bay, massive Pia Glacier and Glacier Alley, as well as mystical Wulaia Bay and the legendary Cape Horn

Shared group - multi day tour

DAY 1 Punta Arenas
Check in at 1385 O’Higgins Street (Arturo Prat Port) in Punta Arenas between 13:00 and 17:00 (1-5 PM) on the day of your cruise departure ... More info ›

Our Patagonia cruise tours follow the fjords of the southern edge of Tierra del Fuego highlights the stunning, natural beauty of Patagonia and several of its most important historical sites. Whether you are sailing aboard M/V Stella Australis, this four-day journey includes visits to wildlife rich Ainsworth Bay, massive Pia Glacier and Glacier Alley, as well as mystical Wulaia Bay and the legendary Cape Horn

Shared group - multi day tour

DAY 1 Punta Arenas
Check in at 1385 O’Higgins Street (Arturo Prat Port) in Punta Arenas between 13:00 and 17:00 (1-5 PM) on the day of your cruise departure. Board the M/V Stella Australis (6 PM). During the night we cross the Strait of Magellan and enter the labyrinth of channels that define the southern extreme of Patagonian.

DAY 2 Ainsworth Bay
Tuckers IsletsBy dawn the ship is sailing up Admiralty Sound (Seno Almirantazgo), a spectacular offshoot of the Strait of Magellan that stretches nearly halfway across Tierra del Fuego. The snowcapped peaks of Karukinka Natural Park stretch along the north side of the sound, while the south shore is defined by the deep fjords and broad bays of Alberto de Agostini National Park. We go ashore at Ainsworth Bay, which harbors copious bird life and a colony of southern elephant seals which can sometimes be spotted from the Zodiacs. 
Leaving Ainsworth Bay behind, we sail west along the sound to the Tucker Islets. After lunch, we board the Zodiacs again for a close-up view of the Magellan penguins that inhabit the tiny islands. More than 4,000 penguins use Tucker as a place to nest, give birth and nurture their chicks.  

DAY 3 Pia Glacier 
Glacier AlleyOvernight we sail around the western end of Tierra del Fuego via the very narrow Gabrial Channel, Magdalena Channel and Cockburn Channel. After rounding the remote Brecknock Peninsula, Stella Australis tacks eastward and enters the Beagle Channel again. By morning we are entering Pia Fjord and boarding the Zodiacs for a shore excursion to Pia Glacier. 

DAY 4 Wulaia Bay - Cape Horn
During the early morning we navigate the narrow Murray Channel between Navarino and Hoste islands and drop anchor at historic Wulaia Bay, one of the few places in the archipelago where the human history is just as compelling as the natural environment. 
In the afternoon we cruise across Nassau Bay into the remote archipelago that includes Cape Horn National Park. Weather and sea conditions permitting, we shall go ashore on the windswept island that harbors legendary Cape Horn (Cabo de Hornos). 

DAY 5 Ushuaia
The following morning we sail into Argentine waters and dock in Ushuaia, the world's southernmost city.
Arrival at 08:30 a.m. and 9:30 am according to date of departure.

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Patagonian Explorer

Patagonian Explorer - Punta Arenas, Chile

Duration: 5 days
Location: Punta Arenas, Chile

From USD
$2298.00

Starting in January 2018, explore Patagonia on an adventurous five-day, four-night journeys between Ushuaia (Argentina) to Punta Arenas (Chile) through some of planet’s most remote places and incredible scenery. Discover the wild beauty of Patagonia on an Australis cruise that showcases the region’s pristine landscapes, rich wildlife and fascinating human history aboard an expedition ship that brings an extraordinary level of comfort and service to the uttermost edge of the world ... More info ›

Starting in January 2018, explore Patagonia on an adventurous five-day, four-night journeys between Ushuaia (Argentina) to Punta Arenas (Chile) through some of planet’s most remote places and incredible scenery. Discover the wild beauty of Patagonia on an Australis cruise that showcases the region’s pristine landscapes, rich wildlife and fascinating human history aboard an expedition ship that brings an extraordinary level of comfort and service to the uttermost edge of the world. Leaving the twinkling lights of Ushuaia behind, the vessel calls on fabled spots like Cape Horn and Wulaia Bay before cruising down the Beagle Channel. Continuing through the maze of islands, we’ll visit a number of glaciers, frozen giants that guard the southern flank of the Fuegian Archipelago, before entering the legendary Strait of Magellan. Last stop is the Isla Magdalena and its boisterous Patagonia penguin colony before docking at Punta Arenas.

DAY 1 Ushuaia: Check in at 160 Juan Manuel de Rosas Street in downtown Ushuaia between 10:00 and 17:00 (10 AM-5 PM) on the day of your cruise departure. Board the M/V Ventus Australis at 18:00 (6 PM). During the night we traverse the Beagle Channel and cross from Argentina into Chilean territorial waters.  

DAY 2 Cape Horn - Wulaia Bay: Around the break of dawn, Stella Australis crosses Nassau Bay and enters the remote archipelago that comprises Cape Horn National Park. Weather and sea conditions permitting, we shall go ashore on the windswept island that harbors legendary Cape Horn (Cabo de Hornos). 

DAY 3 Pía Glacier – Garibaldi Glacier: Overnight we continue our Patagonia glacier tour around the western end of Tierra del Fuego via the very narrow Gabrial Channel, Magdalena Channel and Cockburn Channel. After rounding the remote Brecknock Peninsula, Ventus Australis tacks eastward and enters the Beagle Channel again. By morning we are entering Pia Fjord and boarding the Zodiacs for a shore excursion to Pia Glacier.  After disembarking we take a short hike to gain a panoramic view of the spectacular glacier, which extends from the mountaintops down to the sea or a longer much more difficult walk up a lateral moraine of the old Pia Glacier.  Making our way further west along the Beagle Channel, we enter another long fjord and drop anchor near Garibaldi Glacier for another shore excursion. This time we hike through virgin Magellanic forest to a glacial waterfall, a towering wall of ferns and moss, and spectacular viewpoints looking down on the glacier and fjord. The walk is demanding -- very steep, negligible trail, rough footing -- and not for everyone. For those who choose to stay onboard, our captain will point the bow towards the beautiful sky blue Garibaldi Glacier so everyone can enjoy the panoramic view from the upper decks.  

DAY 4 Agostini Sound – Águila Glacier – Cóndor Glacier: Early in the morning, we will sail through the Cockburn Channel and enter Agostini Sound.  From there it is possible to see the glaciers that descend from the middle of the Darwin Mountain Range -- some of them reaching the water. This morning, we will disembark and go for an easy walk around a lagoon, which was formed by the melting of the Águila Glacier.  We will reach a spot right in front of that glacier with stunning views.  In the afternoon, we will approach the Condor Glacier via Zodiac -- and hopefully see some of the abundant Andean Condors in the area.  

DAY 5 Magdalena Island - Punta Arenas: After an overnight cruise through Magdalena Channel and back into the Strait of Magellan, we anchor off Magdalena Island, which lies about halfway between Tierra del Fuego and the Chilean mainland. At the break of dawn, weather permitting, we go ashore and hike a path that leads through thousands of penguins to a small museum lodged inside the vintage 1902 lighthouse

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Punta Arenas Private City Tour Shore Excursion

Punta Arenas Private City Tour Shore Excursion - Punta Arenas, Chile

Duration: 3 hours
Location: Punta Arenas, Chile

From USD
$42.50

This tour will introduce you not only to the local history but the classic style of life of people in a far away country called Patagonia.

This tour will introduce you not only to the local history but the classic style of life of people in a far away country called Patagonia.

This tour starts in Plaza de Armas and pause to admire the European buildings lining the city center and the statue in honor to the discoverer of the Strait of Magellan in 1520  which links the Atlantic and the Pacific. Downtown streets off the Plaza de Armas sell handmade carving woodworks,  stoneware from local artisans and knitwear.

A short drive up to Cerro de la Cruz   before wandering over to  enjoy the great view where  the city draws cruises and the mysterious and captivating Island of Tierra del Fuego.  A ten minutes photo-stop overlooking the city and we head towards the beautiful promenade to enjoy an amazing speech about history and the geology of the área.

After a 10 minutes drive we get to the well worth visiting museum known as  Nao Victoria, where we will find a recreation of the ship in which Magellan  navigated and discovered the Strait, complete with a complimentary audio with information of the four ships so important in the local history such as the Beagle, where Charles Darwin was part of the crew, the small James Caird part of the expedition of the Endurance being Punta Arenas the central headquarters for Shackleton to plan the rescue operations for the crew on Elephant Island ... More info ›

This tour will introduce you not only to the local history but the classic style of life of people in a far away country called Patagonia.

This tour will introduce you not only to the local history but the classic style of life of people in a far away country called Patagonia.

This tour starts in Plaza de Armas and pause to admire the European buildings lining the city center and the statue in honor to the discoverer of the Strait of Magellan in 1520  which links the Atlantic and the Pacific. Downtown streets off the Plaza de Armas sell handmade carving woodworks,  stoneware from local artisans and knitwear.

A short drive up to Cerro de la Cruz   before wandering over to  enjoy the great view where  the city draws cruises and the mysterious and captivating Island of Tierra del Fuego.  A ten minutes photo-stop overlooking the city and we head towards the beautiful promenade to enjoy an amazing speech about history and the geology of the área.

After a 10 minutes drive we get to the well worth visiting museum known as  Nao Victoria, where we will find a recreation of the ship in which Magellan  navigated and discovered the Strait, complete with a complimentary audio with information of the four ships so important in the local history such as the Beagle, where Charles Darwin was part of the crew, the small James Caird part of the expedition of the Endurance being Punta Arenas the central headquarters for Shackleton to plan the rescue operations for the crew on Elephant Island. Time to leave not before a glimpse of  Ancud the small schooner  used by the first garrisons to arrive claiming the territory as chilean in 1843.

A world-recognized must see stops in Punta Arenas is the National Monument Cementery not only for the architecture and impressive mausoleums. but walking amongst the perfect lined tall  cypress trees brought from Europe in the 19th Century.  For the ones who want to stretch their legs, a 10 minutes walk will lead us to the Unknown Indian´s tomb  which is believed to grant miracles.

Time to head back to the pier/hotel after we've got some discoveries to share with the ones we love in the southernmost city in the world.

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