Cruise Cape Horn & Patagonia

Punta Arenas, Chile

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Explore two of the most untouched places on the planet on a five-day luxury cruise. You'll discover the wild and windswept lands of Patagonia and Tierra del Fuego, which are abundant with magical fjords and calving glaciers. Tour the massive Pia Glacier and spectacular Glacier Alley, and visit mythical Cape Horn at the southernmost tip of South America. This cruise promises to be as fascinating on board as it is on shore, with expert guides and naturalists leading interpretative seminars on the majestic glaciology, flora and fauna of the region.


Duration: 5 Days
Starts in: Punta Arenas, Chile
Ends in: Ushuaia, Argentina
Group Size: 1-210

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MT Sobek

MT Sobek, the originators, innovators and leaders in adventure travel for more than five decades, crafts journeys to the world's most memorable places.


Arrive in Punta Arenas

Arrive in Punta Arenas and board your cruise ship. After a welcome cocktail reception, the ship will depart, traveling through the Strait of Magellan and Beagle Channel to explore one of the most breathtaking wilderness regions in the world: Southern Patagonia and Tierra del Fuego.

Explore Ainsworth Bay & Tuckers Islet

Arrive at Ainsworth Bay inside of Alberto De Agostini National Park, and view the Marinelli Glacier from a distance (weather allowing). Walk to a beaver dam in the marvelous subpolar Magellanic forest and look for elephant seals on the beach. Then, sail to Tuckers Islet and board a Zodiac to view Magellanic Penguins, which only live in the Southern Hemisphere. In September and April, this excursion is replaced by a trip to Brookes Bay, where we land for a short walk to a glacier.

Cruise Pia Glacier & Glacier Alley

Cruise the Beagle Channel and enter a narrow fjord before disembarking near Pia Glacier. Take a short hike to a lookout point with a spectacular view of the entire glacier tongue, stretching from high in the mountains all the way to the sea. After this unforgettable experience, continue sailing along the northwest arm of the Beagle Channel through majestic "Glacier Alley."

Wulaia Bay & Sail Cape Horn

Sail through the Murray Channel between Navarino and Hoste islands and drop anchor at historic Wulaia Bay, an area renowned for its mesmerizing beauty, and stroll through a Magellanic forest to reach a lookout point with sweeping views. In the afternoon we cruise across Nassau Bay and disembark at Cape Horn National Park (weather permitting). This sheer, rocky promontory is known as the "End of the Earth" and is a UNESCO World Biosphere Reserve.


Arrive in Ushuaia, the southernmost city in the world, and disembark between 8:30 - 9:00am.


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