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|December 4, 2024 - December 13, 2024
First stop, Buenos Aires, Argentina’s cosmopolitan capital city. Its center is the Plaza de Mayo, lined with stately 19th-century buildings including Casa Rosada, the iconic, balconied presidential palace. After a two-day tour, we’re off to Puerto Natala where we’ll board our small explorer ship to explore Chile’s storied glaciers, penguins, and other natural attractions. Of course, we’ll have opportunities to hike each day.
Let’s explore Buenos Aires, Argentina, and Patagonia!
Buenos Aires, often referred to as the “Paris of South America,” is a vibrant and captivating city that offers a blend of European elegance and Latin American charm. The city’s highlights include its iconic neighborhoods, such as the colorful La Boca with its lively street art and tango dancing; the elegant Recoleta, home to the famous Recoleta Cemetery and numerous upscale boutiques; and the trendy Palermo, filled with stylish cafés, hip bars, and beautiful parks. Visitors can also explore the historic Plaza de Mayo, where the iconic Casa Rosada, the presidential palace, is located, or enjoy a leisurely stroll along the picturesque waterfront of Puerto Madero. With its rich cultural heritage, delicious cuisine, and passionate tango scene, Buenos Aires truly offers a captivating experience for every traveler.
Next, we move on to the Chilean Patagonian Coast, a breathtakingly beautiful region located in the southern part of Chile. Known for its dramatic landscapes and untouched wilderness, Patagonia is home to towering snow-capped mountains, pristine glaciers, crystal-clear lakes, dense forests, and picturesque fjords. One of the highlights of the Chilean Patagonia is Torres del Paine National Park, renowned for its iconic granite peaks, including the famous Towers of Paine. The park offers world-class hiking trails, giving visitors the chance to explore its diverse ecosystems and spot wildlife such as guanacos, foxes, and condors. We’ll visit the Southern Ice Field, one of the largest ice masses outside of the polar regions, where we can witness colossal glaciers, such as the Perito Moreno and Grey Glacier, which are constantly shifting and calving into stunning icebergs.