Welcome to the world’s end, a land of legends and gauchos. The southern Patagonia is home to South America’s most amazing national park, Torres del Paine.
Here, in southern Patagonia, the Chilean and Argentinean borders blend together and travellers visit the natural wonders of both countries.
A holiday in southern Patagonia means unforgettable sunsets on the rocky pinnacles of Torres del Paine, explore isolated cities, visit islands inhabited by penguins, navigate down the Beagle Channel and admire the Perito Moreno Glacier.
Between mid-November and March, numerous ships go to the Antarctic, period in which the weather conditions are optimal for navigation in these extreme southern seas of the planet.
Its landscapes are really marvellous and unique, with a varied fauna to observe, photograph and film; surprising to see how they live in this inhospitable and hostile environment.
The cruises have programs that go from five to eleven days navigating along the Chilean Antarctic Peninsula, including the main attractions of the Southern Shetland Islands.