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For a look at still more of Patagonia’s many wild regions, you’ll want to consider our four-day Chilean Fjords expedition cruise exploring Cape Horn and Chile’s fjords aboard the superb expedition ship Stella Australis  (2013) or Via Australis (2014). Both ships are equipped with go-anywhere Zodiac landing craft and there is a highly knowledgeable expedition staff aboard.
El Calafate / Ushuaia / Embark
After breakfast, fly to Ushuaia where we embark for our Chilean Fjords tour. Enjoy a welcome cocktail reception with the Captain and crew before setting out for Tierra del Fuego and Southern Patagonia. (B,D)
Cape Horn / Wulaia Bay
We sail through the Murray Channel and Nassau Bay to reach Cape Horn National Park, where (weather permitting) we disembark. Cape Horn, on Hornos Island, is a sheer, rocky promontory, A visit to this mythical place is a singular privilege. Cape Horn was discovered in 1616, and for years was an important navigation route for boats between the Pacific and Atlantic. The park was declared a UNESCO World Biosphere Reserve in 2005. In the afternoon, we go ashore in historic WulaiaBay, once the site of the region's largest aboriginal settlement. Charles Darwin landed here in 1833, during his voyage on the HMS Beagle, and this area is also renowned for the mesmerizing beauty of its vegetation and geography. We walk through a Magellanic forest of lengas, coigues, canelos, ferns and other native vegetation. (B,L,D)
Magdalena Channel / Aguila Glacier
Navigate through the Brecknock, Ocasión, Cockburn and Magdalena Channels to enter the spectacular De Agostini Sound, in the heart of Darwin Mountain Range. See glaciers descending the mountainside into the sea. This afternoon, Zodiacs take us to Águila Glacier. During an easy hike around the base of the glacier, experience the beauty of Patagonia’s cold rainforest and see how the power of nature molded the area’s landscape. (B,L,D)
Magdalena Island / Punta Arenas / En Route
Early in the morning, go ashore on Magdalena Island (weather permitting). Located in the Strait of Magellan, it was an essential source of supplies for navigators and explorers in the past. The island is inhabited by an immense colony of Magellanic penguins which can be sighted during our walk to a lighthouse, which guides ships on their way through the strait. Our Patagonia cruise ends in Punta Arenas, where we disembark. Board independent connecting flights back to the U.S. (B, Meals Aloft)