“Philippa and Kristina (study leader and tour manager) were both charming, knowledgeable and helpful. Loved the plays and the other people on the trip. Very well organized!”
Discover the majestic fjords and glaciers of Southern Patagonia and the dramatic scenery of Torres del Paine. After three nights in Buenos Aires, set sail on a three-night cruise aboard a 64-cabin expedition ship built specifically for sailing the Patagonian Channels. Cruise through the Strait of Magellan and the Beagle and Murray channels to Cape Horn, followed by a call at Magdalena Island, home to more than 120,000 Magellanic penguins. Spend three days at Torres del Paine National Park, a 700-square-mile World Biosphere Reserve of jagged mountain peaks, ice-blue glaciers, turquoise lakes, rushing rivers, and thunderous waterfalls. Experience Chile’s Lake District, including Vicente Rosales Park, Osorno Volcano and Petrohue Waterfalls. End in vibrant Santiago, Chile for a private winery tour and a visit to Pablo Neruda's home. A Pre-Trip Option to Iguazu Falls is also available.
$7,949 to $8,744 per person double occupancy, depending on cabin category - (including land, cruise, and air from SFO, and airline taxes and fees)
Contact us early to get your cabin preference.
Single cabins are extremely limited. To have your own room throughout the program the supplement is $2,495.