Ends of the Earth Patagonia Cruise from Chile to Argentina | Yampu Tours

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Ends of the Earth Patagonia Cruise from Chile to Argentina

16 DAY SAMPLE ITINERARY

FROM $9508+

Tour Highlights

  • Traveling through the Beagle Channel and the mind-boggling Glacier Alley, lined with imposing glaciers named after Spain, Romanche, Germany, Italy, France and Holland.
  • Trekking through Ainsworth Bay to see an impressive beaver dam and the unforgettable Marinelli Glacier.
  • Hiking through the unrivaled Torres del Paine National Park, with its ancient forests and colorful, tranquil lakes.
  • Sampling delicate, delicious and boutique wines during a tour of the Casablanca Valley.
  • Discovering the majesty of Tierra del Fuego, and embarking on a train journey to the end of the world.
  • Glimpsing the Argentine gaucho culture in the Pampas with a folklore and gaucho show along with a traditional asado; a delicious barbecue meal.
  • Marveling at the intricate footwork of tango dancers at a prestigious show in Buenos Aires, performed by the most talented in the city.
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Tour Overview

Traverse the bottom of the map with Yampu’s Ends of the Earth Patagonia Cruise from Chile to Argentina experience! The Stella and the Via are the expedition cruise ships of Patagonia Cruises in the waters off Patagonia (900,000 square kilometers in the south portion of the continent) and Tierra del Fuego (at the very bottom of Patagonia). From your outside cabin, you will see spectacular views of glaciers, forests and mountains as we cross from Chile to Argentina. Yampu travelers will also tour Santiago and Buenos Aires.

Prior to the cruise we will visit the towering granite “cuernos” or horns as they are called in Torres del Paine National Park, and which are perhaps the best-known image of Chile. Enormous glaciers mark the northern boundary of the park. This is the southern extreme of the Patagonia Ice field– the world’s largest.

We will also spend two days in Santiago to visit this fascinating and modern city. Near Santiago we may visit Vina del Mar and Valparaiso, Valle Nevado, Isla Negra and the Pablo Neruda Museum or the wineries Cousiño Macul winery and Concha y Toro. Trip ends in Buenos Aires, Argentina, we will spend three fantastic days touring this cosmopolitan city.

Country Notes:

Argentina:

A valid passport is required to travel and should have at least 6 months’ validity after your return home. You should have at least 2 blank pages per country that you are visiting. If your passport does not meet this requirement at the time of departure, you can be denied boarding for your international flight and may consequently incur additional expenses.

While no visa is required for travel to Argentina, a reciprocity fee must be paid online before attempting entry to Argentina. The fee guarantees each traveler multiple tourist entries to Argentina for tourist stays less than (90) days through the duration of the reciprocity fee’s validity. US citizens must pay 160USD (ten year validity period, multiple entries). Canadian citizens must pay 100CAD (valid for ten years or up to one month prior to expiration of the registered passport, multiple entries). Australian citizens must pay 100USD (one year validity period, multiple entries).

Important Note: Effective March 24, 2016, the reciprocity fee created by the Presidential Decree 1654/2008 and regulated by Disposition DNM 2761/2009, will be suspended for a 90-day period, or until an Executive Order be issued (as promoted by this National Directorate), for the derogation of this fee, as regards the US citizens entering Argentinean territory

Airport taxes (also known as boarding fees) are included in ticket prices for almost all airports in Argentina. The following airports are exceptions and you will need to pay the below fees in cash (ARS and USD). These fees are subject to change.
El Calafate: 10USD (85 ARS); Ushuaia: 3.75USD (32 ARS); Trelew: 4.50USD (38 ARS)

A Yellow Fever Vaccination is recommended (not required) for people travelling to Iguazu. For more information please visit the World Health Organization Website. For up to date information on recommended and required vaccinations and general health travel tips for Argentina please visit the CDC Website, then use the drop down menu to select the countries you are visiting. Please consult with your physician for clarification or concerns regarding recommended or required vaccinations.


Chile:

A valid passport is required to travel and should have at least 6 months validity after your return home. You should have at least 2 blank pages per country that you are visiting. If your passport does not meet this requirement at the time of departure, you can be denied boarding for your international flight and may consequently incur additional expenses. No visa is required to enter Chile as a tourist with a US passport for a stay of up to 90 days.

If you are visiting Atacama during your tour you will be visiting high altitude areas. Travelers with medical conditions, such as heart disease, lung disease, high blood pressure, sickle cell disease, or women who may be pregnant, should be advised to consult a physician familiar with high-altitude medical issues, before traveling to high altitudes. For up to date information on recommended and required vaccinations and general health travel tips for Chile please visit the CDC Website, then use the drop down menu to select the countries you are visiting. Please consult with your physician for clarification or concerns regarding recommended or required vaccinations.


Inclusions
Prices include airfare from Santiago to Punta Arenas, airfare from Ushuaia to Buenos Aires, hotel accommodation with daily continental breakfast, cabin accommodation on Mare or Via Australis including all meals and activities, guided tours in English including all entrance fees, all transfers between airports and hotels with assistance and baggage handling; meals where specified. Local airport taxes that are payable in the country of destination are not included. Taxes and security fees that can be paid at time of ticketing are already included.

*By traveling to Patagonian Chile with Yampu Tours, you will be making the choice to travel responsibly. Working with Reforest Patagonia, Yampu Tours will donate one tree for every client booked to the Chilean Patagonia, towards the reforestation efforts in Torres del Paine. Reforest Patagonia is a non-profit, public-private alliance with a single objective: to recover one of the world’s most important ecosystems.

*Optional excursions at Hosteria las Torres:
The Towers
Type: horse riding and/or walking
Demand: high
Duration: 6-8 hours
One of the main attractions of the renowned Torres del Paine National Park, these rock formations are 1,000 meters of naked granite stabbing the heavens with three colossal towers. The trail penetrates a valley covered in forests, streams, slopes and wildlife.

The Cuernos
Type: horse riding or walking
Demand: medium
Duration: 7-8 hours
This beautiful trail tours through a diversity of local plants such as the Notro, which blossoms powerful red flowers in November and December. Along the trail there is a peaceful lagoon usually inhabited by a family of caiquenes (wild upland geese).

Full Paine
Type: vehicle and walking
Demand: low
Duration: 8-10 hours
The day starts off in a vehicle. Driving through the length of the park, we reach the Grey Lake and the National Park Torres del Paine. Guanacos, foxes and birds are sighted along the way. This is an excellent excursion to see the park as a whole. Once at Grey Lake, our guide will explain how glaciers have sculpted the entire region. Along the way, we may see extraordinary icebergs that have broken off the main glacier.

Salto Grande
Type: vehicle and walking
Demand: low
Duration: 4-5 hours
The inner roads of the park will delight the passenger with its beauties until Salto Grande is reached. A short walk leads to this waterfall which flows into the turquoise waters of Lake Pehoe.

Lake Nordjenskold
Type: walking or horse riding
Demand: low
Duration: 2-3 hours
This light path borders Mount Almirante Nieto, passes the romantic Luguna Inge and reaches the emerald-green Lake Nordenskjold. The path promises a soft walk or a pleasurable ride among powerful nature. The lake extends to the foot of the colossal mountain Almirante Nieto. Cost: $35-100 per person, to be paid directly at the hosteria.
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Prices shown above are per person, in US Dollars ($) or Pound Sterling (£) for residents in the UK. Hotel categories do not adhere strictly to international ratings; Yampu has evaluated the hotels according to destination and availability.

Trip Type:

All our trips are operated on a private basis unless specified otherwise. This is only a sample itinerary; your Yampu Tour Consultant will personalize this trip for you according to your available dates, interests and type of hotels. This is your trip and we will work on making it perfect!

Tour Itinerary

Day
1

Flight to Santiago

Take overnight flight to Santiago.

Take overnight flight to Santiago.

Day
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Santiago

Reception at Santiago airport and transfer to the selected hotel in the heart of the city.
This afternoon, enjoy a private city tour of Santiago. The tour begins from the Funicular de Santiago (Gondola), which provides a stunning and panoramic view over the city from the top of San Cristobal Hill. Travel to the heart of the city and Plaza de Armas the spot from where the city has grown throughout the centuries. Each Latin city has a plaza de Armas as when cities were founded the center was also where the read more...

Reception at Santiago airport and transfer to the selected hotel in the heart of the city.
This afternoon, enjoy a private city tour of Santiago. The tour begins from the Funicular de Santiago (Gondola), which provides a stunning and panoramic view over the city from the top of San Cristobal Hill. Travel to the heart of the city and Plaza de Armas the spot from where the city has grown throughout the centuries. Each Latin city has a plaza de Armas as when cities were founded the center was also where the armory and military base was established - hence the name Plaza de Armas (Plaza of Arms). Visit some of the more important buildings such as the Cathedral, the City Council, the Central Post Office and the National Historical Museum.
Continue to the Presidential Palace La Moneda; the current seat of the government. Wander the streets that were once elegant at the beginning of the 19th century and now are a commercial center. One will also visit some the original colonial neighborhoods such as Concha y Toro Square. Characterized by its cobbled streets and old mansions that reflect the elegance and richness of the early twentieth century the neighborhood grew to prominence between 1870 and 1876 with the influx of wealth as a result of mining and the discovery of Silver. Many Chileans achieved great wealth, including Enrique Concha y Toro founder of the famed winery. Return to the hotel for the evening.
Note: Check-in is normally after 2 pm. Early check-in may be granted subject to availability (not confirmed).
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Casablanca Valley- Vina del mar

Private Casablanca Valley with Valparaiso and Vina del Mar
This morning, be met at the hotel and transferred to the Casablanca Valley, approximately 50-miles (80-kilometers) from Santiago. The Casablanca Valley is one of Chile’s most important regions for cultivating the grapes that produce crisp white wines, most notably Sauvignon Blanc and Chardonnay. Here, one will enjoy a tour, tasting and lunch at one of the local wineries situated along this thriving wine route.
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Private Casablanca Valley with Valparaiso and Vina del Mar
This morning, be met at the hotel and transferred to the Casablanca Valley, approximately 50-miles (80-kilometers) from Santiago. The Casablanca Valley is one of Chile’s most important regions for cultivating the grapes that produce crisp white wines, most notably Sauvignon Blanc and Chardonnay. Here, one will enjoy a tour, tasting and lunch at one of the local wineries situated along this thriving wine route.
After lunch, leaving the Casablanca Valley, visit Valparaiso, the oldest and most important port in Chile. Here is where one will have an opportunity to walk along the city’s winding streets and enjoy the scenery and culture of this charming port-city. We continue to Vina del Mar, a resort city that was founded in 1874, famous for its beautiful gardens and flower clock. Late in the afternoon return to the hotel in Santiago. Lunch is included today.
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Santiago - Punta Arenas - Torres del Paine

Transfer to the airport to take the flight to Punta Arenas. Reception at the airport and transfer to the all-inclusive Torres del Paine hotel. Upon arrival, be meet with the guide to go over program preferences for the following days. Settle in and spend the remainder of the evening at leisure to enjoy dinner with a lovely house wine.

Note: If staying at Las Torres, one will visit a Patagonia estancia complete with BBQ snack en-route to the hotel. If staying at Explora, stop to have a light meal in a restaurant read more...

Transfer to the airport to take the flight to Punta Arenas. Reception at the airport and transfer to the all-inclusive Torres del Paine hotel. Upon arrival, be meet with the guide to go over program preferences for the following days. Settle in and spend the remainder of the evening at leisure to enjoy dinner with a lovely house wine.

Note: If staying at Las Torres, one will visit a Patagonia estancia complete with BBQ snack en-route to the hotel. If staying at Explora, stop to have a light meal in a restaurant on the way. If staying at any of the other hotels, go directly from the airport to the hotel. Please be aware that Explora operates on a fixed entry and departure calendar. Please inquire with a Yampu Travel Consultant for details.
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Torres del Paine National Park

After breakfast, take the opportunity to stay and enjoy the hotel’s amenities or explore the wonders of Torres del Paine National Park during the adventure of choice of length and difficulty. Set out with the group and guide to experience Patagonia’s main attractions and landscapes. Wander and hike around the ancient forests, lakes of different and intense colors, rivers, mountains and glaciers. The flora and fauna will take one’s breath away! There will be time to stop and take in the beautiful surroundings read more...

After breakfast, take the opportunity to stay and enjoy the hotel’s amenities or explore the wonders of Torres del Paine National Park during the adventure of choice of length and difficulty. Set out with the group and guide to experience Patagonia’s main attractions and landscapes. Wander and hike around the ancient forests, lakes of different and intense colors, rivers, mountains and glaciers. The flora and fauna will take one’s breath away! There will be time to stop and take in the beautiful surroundings while eating a boxed lunch. After the excursion return to the hotel for the night. There is a great Chilean house wine selection to enjoy while eating dinner. Note: All inclusive excursions and hotel amenities will vary depending upon accommodation. ...read less

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6

Torres del Paine National Park

Today, visit a different area of Torres del Paine National Park or enjoy one of the many onsite activities available. Torres del Paine National Park has many distinct ecosystems. Each contains widely different landscapes, which in turn sustain different flora and fauna, some found nowhere else on earth. Some of the main attractions of the park are viewing the Towers rising towards the sky like three perfect granite arrows; and one of the most beautiful destinations within the park, Grey Glacier. The name comes read more...

Today, visit a different area of Torres del Paine National Park or enjoy one of the many onsite activities available. Torres del Paine National Park has many distinct ecosystems. Each contains widely different landscapes, which in turn sustain different flora and fauna, some found nowhere else on earth. Some of the main attractions of the park are viewing the Towers rising towards the sky like three perfect granite arrows; and one of the most beautiful destinations within the park, Grey Glacier. The name comes from the color of the water and icebergs, which are mixed with various tonalities of blue. Dinner and wine at the hotel. ...read less

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7

Torres del Paine National Park

Enjoy Torres del Paine, and take advantage of the beautiful surroundings. One may choose to horseback ride, kayak, hike the trails, or enjoy the hotel’s amenities. Enjoy a dinner infused of local flavor with a modern twist accompanied by regional wines.

Enjoy Torres del Paine, and take advantage of the beautiful surroundings. One may choose to horseback ride, kayak, hike the trails, or enjoy the hotel’s amenities. Enjoy a dinner infused of local flavor with a modern twist accompanied by regional wines.

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Day
8

Torres del Paine - Punta Arenas

Morning of leisure. Afternoon, transfer to Punta Arenas. Upon arrival, transfer to the hotel.

Morning of leisure. Afternoon, transfer to Punta Arenas. Upon arrival, transfer to the hotel.

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Day
9

Expedition Cruise

Transfer to the port to embark on the expedition cruise ship Stella or the Via (Saturday or Tuesday only). The ship will begin boarding at 6 pm and the captain and crew will give a welcome cocktail reception on board. Immediately afterward, the ship will set sail for the uttermost part of the earth. Through the Strait of Magellan, travel to Southern Patagonia, including Tierra de Fuego. This is the beginning of a great adventure!

Transfer to the port to embark on the expedition cruise ship Stella or the Via (Saturday or Tuesday only). The ship will begin boarding at 6 pm and the captain and crew will give a welcome cocktail reception on board. Immediately afterward, the ship will set sail for the uttermost part of the earth. Through the Strait of Magellan, travel to Southern Patagonia, including Tierra de Fuego. This is the beginning of a great adventure!

Day
10

Ainsworth Bay - Brookes Glacier

During the dawn’s early light, the ship will continue navigating through Almirantazgo Inlet, until arriving near Marinelli Glacier in Ainsworth Bay, where travelers will enjoy a walk to discover a beaver dam in the midst of a marvelous Magellanic forest. On the beach, observe a colony of elephant seals. Continuing the voyage, reach Brookes Glacier Bay, which is surrounded by several glaciers, providing an awe-inspiring spectacle. Here, walk near Brookes Glacier.

During the dawn’s early light, the ship will continue navigating through Almirantazgo Inlet, until arriving near Marinelli Glacier in Ainsworth Bay, where travelers will enjoy a walk to discover a beaver dam in the midst of a marvelous Magellanic forest. On the beach, observe a colony of elephant seals. Continuing the voyage, reach Brookes Glacier Bay, which is surrounded by several glaciers, providing an awe-inspiring spectacle. Here, walk near Brookes Glacier.

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11

Pia Glacier - Glacier Alley

Navigate the main part of the Beagle Channel to enter Pia Bay and disembark near the glacier of the same name. Take an excursion to a lookout point that is ideal for viewing the mountain range where the glacier originates and its flow all the way to the sea. After this unforgettable experience, sail again along the northwest arm of the Beagle Channel through majestic “Glacier Alley”: Spain, Romanche, Germany, Italy, France and Holland glaciers.

Navigate the main part of the Beagle Channel to enter Pia Bay and disembark near the glacier of the same name. Take an excursion to a lookout point that is ideal for viewing the mountain range where the glacier originates and its flow all the way to the sea. After this unforgettable experience, sail again along the northwest arm of the Beagle Channel through majestic “Glacier Alley”: Spain, Romanche, Germany, Italy, France and Holland glaciers.

Day
12

Cape Horn and Wulaia Bay

Sail through the Murray Channel and Nassau Bay to reach Cape Horn National Park to disembark (weather permitting). The mythical Cape Horn was discovered in 1616, and it is a sheer, 425-meter (1,394-foot) high rocky promontory. For many years it was an important navigation route between the Pacific and Atlantic oceans, and it is known as the “End of the Earth”. The park was declared a World Biosphere Reserve by UNESCO in June 2005.

In the afternoon, head ashore at historic Wulaia Bay, once the site read more...

Sail through the Murray Channel and Nassau Bay to reach Cape Horn National Park to disembark (weather permitting). The mythical Cape Horn was discovered in 1616, and it is a sheer, 425-meter (1,394-foot) high rocky promontory. For many years it was an important navigation route between the Pacific and Atlantic oceans, and it is known as the “End of the Earth”. The park was declared a World Biosphere Reserve by UNESCO in June 2005.

In the afternoon, head ashore at historic Wulaia Bay, once the site of one of the region’s largest Yamana aboriginal settlement. Charles Darwin landed here on January 23rd, 1833, during the voyage of the HMS Beagle. This area is also renowned for the mesmerizing beauty of its vegetation and geography. Walk through a Magellanic forest of lengas, coigues, canelos, ferns, and other native vegetation to reach a look-out point.
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13

Ushuaia

Arrival in Ushuaia, the most important Argentine city in Tierra de Fuego, and the southernmost city in the world. Disembark at 8 a.m. Departure to Tierra del Fuego National Park, located only 12 kilometers (7 miles) away from the city. It preserves typical species of the Andean-Patagonic Forest, such as firebushes, beech trees, ńires, box leafed barberries and flowers, spread in an area of 63,000 hectares. Before entering the park, board the Train to the End of the World and enjoy an unforgettable trip along read more...

Arrival in Ushuaia, the most important Argentine city in Tierra de Fuego, and the southernmost city in the world. Disembark at 8 a.m. Departure to Tierra del Fuego National Park, located only 12 kilometers (7 miles) away from the city. It preserves typical species of the Andean-Patagonic Forest, such as firebushes, beech trees, ńires, box leafed barberries and flowers, spread in an area of 63,000 hectares. Before entering the park, board the Train to the End of the World and enjoy an unforgettable trip along the original embankment where the old prisoners’ train ran until 1947 for their expeditions in search of wood for heating. The highlight of the park is Lapataia Bay, the southernmost tip of the continent, with a wonderful view of the Beagle Channel. Here, the old inhabitants of the area have left their testimony in the “concheros,” incredible archaeological deposits. Afternoon, transfer to the airport to take the flight to Buenos Aires. Upon arrival, transfer to the hotel. ...read less

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14

Buenos Aires

On the Buenos Aires city tour, visit the most famous districts of Buenos Aires, discovering the history and modern life of this world renowned city. The tour provides an in-depth introduction to its architecture, the culture of its people, its anecdotes and secrets. To be put simply, Buenos Aires is exceptional: dynamic, sophisticated and irresistible with an exquisite combination of a European atmosphere and the charm of Latin American cities. Begin at the famous Plaza de Mayo, before venturing out to the read more...

On the Buenos Aires city tour, visit the most famous districts of Buenos Aires, discovering the history and modern life of this world renowned city. The tour provides an in-depth introduction to its architecture, the culture of its people, its anecdotes and secrets. To be put simply, Buenos Aires is exceptional: dynamic, sophisticated and irresistible with an exquisite combination of a European atmosphere and the charm of Latin American cities. Begin at the famous Plaza de Mayo, before venturing out to the old tango districts of Buenos Aires: Monserrat, San Telmo and la Boca. Move on to the busiest areas - Puerto Madero, Retiro and Plaza San Martin - and then, districts with wonderful green spaces and old residences: Palermo and Recoleta.

Tonight, enjoy an evening of Tango. One will see an unforgettable tango show performed by the best dancers and singers in Buenos Aires, while enjoying a delicious meal with Argentinean wine. After the show return to the hotel. Note: There are several venues in the city, each offering something unique. Yampu includes the El Querandi or Esquina Carlos Gardel in the 3 and 4-star option with shared transfers, and the Rojo Tango or Gala Tango for the 5 star and deluxe options with private transfers. Estimated pick up time from the hotel is between 7.30 and 8.30 pm; dinner is served between 8:30 pm and 10:15 and tango show starts around 10:15 pm until 11:30 pm. Please see below for detailed information on each venue and discuss with a Yampu travel consultant if there are specific ...read less

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Day
15

Fiesta Gaucha

Full-day excursion to an estancia for a typical barbecue lunch and a folklore/gaucho show. Here is where one will learn about the customs of the Argentinean gaucho and his abilities on the horse that will leave travelers breathless. The meat will be cooked “a lo gaucho,” outdoors on the barbecue. Lunch and drinks included. Afternoon, return to Buenos Aires. Duration: 6 hours. Operates every day except Monday.

Full-day excursion to an estancia for a typical barbecue lunch and a folklore/gaucho show. Here is where one will learn about the customs of the Argentinean gaucho and his abilities on the horse that will leave travelers breathless. The meat will be cooked “a lo gaucho,” outdoors on the barbecue. Lunch and drinks included. Afternoon, return to Buenos Aires. Duration: 6 hours. Operates every day except Monday.

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Buenos Aires at leisure – Flight Home

Evening, transfer to the airport to take the flight back home.

Evening, transfer to the airport to take the flight back home.

Santiago, Chile

Torres del Paine National Park, Torres de Paine, Chile

Buenos Aires, Autonomous City of Buenos Aires, Argentina

Ushuaia, Tierra del Fuego Province, Argentina

Places You'll See

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    Santiago

    As the political and cultural center of Chile, Santiago has much to offer. Relax at one of the many jazz clubs scattered throughout the city, or go for a wine tasting at one of the local wineries. Take a guided city trek to learn about the Chilean culture and their traditional meals. Or visit the summit of Cerro Santa Lucia for beautiful views.

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    Valparaiso

    Known as Chile’s Cultural Capital, Valparaiso has much to see and do. View the enchanting colonial architecture in the historic downtown. Get caught up in the cities artistic and bohemian vibes as you gaze up at the hills covered in brightly colored houses. Visit the Naval and Maritime Museum dedicated to military naval exploits and battles, or dance the night away with the city nightlife.

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    Torres del Paine

    Take a hike through Torres del Paine National Park, located in the southern tiers of the Andes. Catch a glimpse of Flamingos and Guanacos, as you trek one of the hiking circuits, or take a day tour by boat and get an up close look at the surrounding glaciers.

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    Ushuaia

    Regarded as the southernmost city of the world, Ushuaia has a lot of things to see. Take the End of the World Train to the Tierra del Fuego National Park for hiking on their well-marked trails. Sail around the Beagle Channel view gorgeous views of the mountains, as well as sea lions and penguins. Or visit the Presidio, the museum of the historical military prison of Ushuaia.

  • Buenos Aires

    One of South America’s most stunning cities, Buenos Aires will charm and delight anyone who walks its dazzling streets. Enjoy watching a tango show or visiting the many shopping centers such as Alto Palermo, or Paseo Alcorta. Buenos Aires is also home to several music festivals such as Quilmes Rock, Creamfields BA, and the Buenos Aires Jazz Festival.

Hotel Options

3 Star Properties

Santiago : Orly (Providencia)

Santiago : Hotel Plaza San Francisco (Downtown)

Santiago : Torremayor Lyon (Providencia)

: Hotel Temauken

Buenos Aires : Savoy Hotel, BA

Buenos Aires : Rendez-Vous Hotel

4 Star Properties

Santiago : Hotel Magnolia

Santiago : Carménère ecoHotel

Santiago : Noi Victoria

Buenos Aires : Loi Suites, BA

Buenos Aires : Hotel Madero

Buenos Aires : Design CE

5 Star Properties

Santiago : Le Reve (Providencia)

Buenos Aires : Hub Porteno

Buenos Aires : Legado Mitico, BA

Buenos Aires : Sofitel Buenos Aires

Buenos Aires : MIO Buenos Aires

Luxury Properties

Santiago : Ritz Carlton

Santiago : Lastarria Boutique Hotel (Downtown)

Santiago : W Santiago (Las Condes)

Santiago : The Singular Santiago

Puerto Natales : The Singular Patagonia

Buenos Aires : Algodon Mansion

Buenos Aires : Duhau Park Hyatt

Buenos Aires : Alvear Palace

Testimonials

Sue

Traveled March, 2008

We really enjoyed all the hotels and the tours you recommended!

Thanks for checking in. We had an excellent time in Chile and Argentina. Everything worked out perfectly. It was very comforting to have someone meet us in each city and facilitate our tours, while allowing us plenty of time on our own. All of the transfers and pick-ups were perfectly on time and were with very kind and helpful guides and drivers. Our only problem was in Chicago on our way home when our flight was cancelled, but there was really nothing anyone could do at that point. Otherwise everything was great! We really enjoyed all the hotels and the tours you recommended and look forward to working with you again in the future. Thanks again!

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Andy

Traveled March, 2011

I had been promising myself this trip to Patagonia for some years and am happy to report that it has exceeded all my expectations.

I had a truly fantastic time in Chile and Argentina. The trip went like a dream with absolutely no hitches. I had been promising myself this trip to Patagonia for some years and am happy to report that it has exceeded all my expectations. Thanks for putting together a great itinerary for me and taking the hard work out of planning my vacation.I will be in touch to seek your help planning my next trip to south-america whenever that may be.

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Rose Marie S.

Traveled March, 2015

Patagonia camp was gorgeous and the guides there were truly great outdoorsmen.

I am emailing you to tell you that we had the trip of a lifetime! Santiago & Buenos Aires are beautiful and Patagonia was amazing! But most of all the guide in Chile was an open book. My sister and I actually thought he was a university professor moonlighting for some extra money. That is how knowledgeable he was about Chile. They were all great but he truly stands out as exceptional. Our time in Argentina was also amazing and the only problem we encountered is that we want to go back- and soon. Patagonia camp was gorgeous and the guides there were truly great outdoorsmen.

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