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Leisure travel

Australis Cruise to Patagonia


3 nights

Departing from

Ushuaia (Argentina)


Argentine, Chile


Australis will take you on an incredible journey to “the extreme end of the world”.

On the route between Ushuaia and Punta Arenas you will enjoy the splendor and beauty of a natural setting and its unique wildlife. You will travel on one of the most comfortable cruise ships designed to make your journey through the Strait of Magellan and the Beagle Channel as pleasant and remarkable as possible. Our Patagonian cruises give you the opportunity to experience an authentic adventure trip. Travel to Cape Horn and witness the same incredible beauty that enchanted Darwin centuries ago or film marine life on your journey. The possibilities are inexhaustible. Come and observe wildlife and nature as you have never done before, while discovering Patagonia.

Ships:  M/V Stella Australis


Days 1: Ushuaia

Check-in between 10 am and 4 pm San Martín Street 409. Boarding at 5:30 pm. Welcome cocktail and presentation
The Captain and the crew. Then the ship will anchor to the extreme south. Passing through the mythical canal
Of Beagle and the Strait of Magellan, you will traverse Patagonia and Tierra del Fuego.

Day 2: Cap-Horn – Baie Wulaia

We will sail through Murray Canal and Nassau Bay to Cape Horn National Park, where we will land if weather conditions permit. The mythical Cape Horn, was discovered in 1616, it is a nearly vertical rocky promontory 425 meters high. For years it was an important sailing route between the Pacific and the Atlantic. It is known as the end of the world and was declared World Biosphere Reserve in 2005. In the afternoon we will land in Wulaia Bay, a historic site that was one of the largest indigenous establishments of Yámanas rowing boats. Charles Darwin disembarked in this place in 1833 on his voyage aboard the HMS Beagle. This place offers a visual spectacle of great beauty because of its vegetation and its geography. We will arrive at a Mirador walking through the forest of Magellan where grow lengas (beech of Tierra del Fuego), coigües, cinnamon And ferns among other species.

Day 3: Seno Agostini – Glacier Aguila

We will sail the Brecknock, Ocasión, Cockburn and Magdalena canals to enter Seno De Agostini, where you will be able to enjoy the glaciers that descend from the heart of the Darwin Cordillera, some of which flow into the sea .
In the afternoon we will head towards the Águila glacier where we will land in Zodiac canoes to take a walk through the rainforest and Patagonia forest to arrive in front of the Águila glacier.

Day 4: Magdalena Island – Punta Arenas

Early in the morning, weather permitting, we will disembark on Magdalena Island, the place of supply of old sailors and explorers. During our walk to the lighthouse, we will see a huge colony of Magellanic penguins. In September and April, this excursion is replaced by a landing on Marta Island where you can see a colony of South American sea lions aboard Zodiac canoes. Finally, the landing in Punta Arenas is scheduled at 11:30.

The price does not include: travel insurance, administration fees, client contribution to the Compensation Fund for Customers of Travel Agents of $ 1 CAD per $ 1,000 CAD.

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