Starting with an overnight stay at a hotel in Santiago de Chile, you will meet your expedition ship in Punta Arenas. The journey south begins and we sail through the extremely narrow Canal Gabriel and into the Garibaldi Fjord. Here we take our small boats out for a closer look at the wildlife and two glaciers at the end of the fjord.
If the weather is favorable, we will try to land on Cape Horn, the southernmost tip of South America. You will be in open sea before you start seeing Antarctic penguins and icebergs in the water, and maybe even whales as well. We are sailing into the most remote area of the world.
In Antarctica, you can join our Expedition Team on landings that include visits to the most interesting places, looking at thousands of penguins and seals, and kayaking.
Turning back, we will spend a few days at the Falkland Islands, experiencing everything from red buses and English pubs in the capital of Stanley, to penguins, hikes in the area, or kayaking. Since we are in slightly warmer latitudes, everybody is even invited to a sleepover party out on deck.
The last days on board are spent crossing the Drake Passage and then sailing along the coast of Argentina before debarking in Montevideo.