The Dazzling Diversity Of Patagonian Chile And Argentina
This wide-ranging journey takes in a southern cruise and three iconic Patagonian national parks: Chile’s Torres del Paine, and Argentina’s Los Glaciares and Tierra del Fuego. Explore Santiago before flying to Punta Arenas, Chile’s southernmost city, then head north into Torres del Paine National Park. After three nights enjoying the park’s spectacular landscapes and varied wildlife, return to Punta Arenas and embark on a four-night cruise on the 210-passenger MV Stella Australis. Cruise past fjords and glaciers, and (weather permitting) land on Cape Horn, before disembarking at Ushuaia in Argentina. Visit Tierra del Fuego National Park before flying to El Calafate to explore Los Glaciares National Park, home to the famous Perito Merino glacier. Your trip of a lifetime ends in Buenos Aires with an informative city tour and classic tango show which would put Strictly to shame. Few programmes can match this one for its sheer variety and stunning scenery, with the added bonus of the prolific wildlife of South America’s far south.