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Chile offers some of the world’s most spectacular and diverse scenery, with a unique combination of wine country, dazzling Andean landscapes, and tantalizing cuisine. Traverse the narrows and fjords filled with glaciers in Patagonia, experience the expansive wildernesses and marvel at the granite spires on hikes through Torres del Paine National Park, wander the hills in Valparaiso ablaze with colourful street-art, and stargaze in the clearest night skies of the Atacama. Join us on a journey along the coast of this beguiling country and discover what makes Chile one of South America’s most fascinating countries.
Revel in the dramatic landscape along the Beagle Channel and Patagonia
Get closer to nature and kayak through some of Chile’s most spectacular locations (additional cost)
Discover the UNESCO heritage listed unique timber churches in Chiloé
Watch for blowholes as whales migrate from high to low latitudes in search for warmer waters
Be in awe of the majestic beauty of Torres del Paine National Park
Encounter endemic flora and wildlife including fur seals and hummingbirds on remote Robinson Crusoe Island
Day 1 - 2
Fly overnight from the UK to the Buenos Aires. Enjoy a night in Argentina's capital city at a central 3* hotel in the city.
Today you will transfer to the domestic airport and fly to Ushuaia. Upon arrival you will be transferred to the downtown for a night. Here you can have a chance to meet the rest of the passengers from your cruise. Enjoy a city tour before boarding the Greg Mortimer in the late afternoon to begin sailing the Beagle Channel.
Sail the legendary Beagle Channel enjoying the breathtaking scenery along Glacier Alley.
Explore Punta Arenas on a walking tour and visit Bulnes Fort overlooking the famed Straits of Magellan.
We may sail through Montañas Fjords, navigate White or Kirk Narrows to reach Puerto Natales.
Visit Torres del Paine National Park, a highlight for a visit to Patagonia.
Marvel at Pío XI Glacier, one of the most spectacular in Patagonia and also one of the only glaciers that’s growing rather than receding.
Discover Puerto Eden, a small isolated hamlet connected by wooden walkways.
In Puerto Chacabuco, hike through southern beech forest and enjoy a typical Patagonian BBQ lunch overlooking Riesco Lake.
Explore Castro town, capital of Chiloé region and discover colourful stilt houses called ‘palafitos’, UNESCO-protected timber churches and unique local handicraft market.
At Robinson Crusoe Island, step into the fantastical world of writer Daniel Defoe and encounter endemic flora and enchanting hummingbirds.
Day 17 - 18
Disembark in Valparaiso where you will transfer to Santiago airport for your flight home. Arrive in the UK the following day. However, do speak to one of our Travel Specialists if you would like to extend your time and discover Chile's delightful capital city.
Depart UK 31st March 2020
Prices from £5,499 per person (including saving)
Economy international flights from the UK
1 night 3* hotel stay in Buenos Aires
1-night pre-voyage hotel stay in Ushuaia
15-day expedition voyage onboard the Greg Mortimer highlights include the Beagle Channel, Glacier Alley, Torres del Paine National Park, Chilean Fjords & Robinson Crusoe Island
Daily breakfast, lunch and dinner on board the ship (including beer, house wine and sofer drinks with dinner)
All shore excursions and Zodiac cruises
1-night post-voyage 3* hotel stay in Santiago
complimentary 3 in 1 Polar Jaker & personalised photo book (post voyage)*
Complimentary photography workshop onboard the ship
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