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M.V. Stella Australis

|  Punta Arenas - Ushuaia Tour:  8d/7n |

| Ushuaia - Punta Arenas Tour:  8d/7n |

| Punta Arenas - Ushuaia Tour:  5d/4n |

| Ushuaia - Punta Arenas Tour:  4d/3n |

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8-Days/7-Nights (September 2013 – April 2014)
Punta Arenas - Ushuaia - Punta Arenas

Depart from Punta Arenas: Saturdays
Arrival in Punta Arenas: Saturdays

8-days/7-nights Tour - Punta Arenas - Ushuaia - Punta ArenasDay-1: Punta Arenas
Check in at 990 Magallanes Street between 13:00 and 17:00. Board the M.V. Stella Australis cruise ship at 18:00. After a welcoming cocktail reception hosted by the Captain and his crew, the M.V. Stella Australis will depart for one of the remotest parts of the planet.  Our trip will take us through the Strait of Magellan and Beagle Channel to explore one of the most breathtaking wilderness regions in the world: Southern Patagonia, which includes the Tierra del Fuego archipelago. 

Day-2: Ainsworth Bay - Tuckers Islets
At dawn, we will navigate our way through Almirantazgo Sound, arriving at Ainsworth Bay, the perfect spot from which to see the Marinelli Glacier descending from Darwin Mountain Range in the distance. Whether on the beach or the island, there’s a good chance of sighting Southern Elephant Seals. But do bear in mind the fact that sightings cannot be guaranteed due to the colony’s unpredictable movements. 

Later, we will be sailing to Tuckers Islets, and after lunch, we will board wellequipped Zodiac boats to get close to a colony of Magellan Penguins (indigenous to the Southern Hemisphere) and cormorants. In September and April, this excursion is replaced by a short walk to a nearby glacier at Brookes Bay. 

Day-3: Pia Glacier - Glacier Alley
We will navigate along the northwest arm of the Beagle Channel before disembarking at Pia Fjord.  From there, we’ll take a short hike to a panoramic viewpoint from where we can enjoy spectacular views of the awe-inspiring Pia Glacier whose main tongue extends from the mountaintops down to the sea. After this memorable experience, we will continue our voyage along the Beagle Channel through the majestic Glacier Alley.

Day-4: Cape Horn - Wulaia Bay
We will be sailing through Murray Channel and Nassau Bay to reach Cape Horn
National Park, where, weather permitting, we shall go ashore.  The legendary Cape Horn was discovered in 1616 and is a sheer 425-meter (1,394-foot) high rocky promontory.  For many years it was an important navigation route between the Pacific and the Atlantic, and is referred to as the ‘End of the Earth’.  The park was declared a World Biosphere Reserve by UNESCO in 2005. 

In the afternoon, we will go ashore at historical Wulaia Bay, originally the site of one of the region’s largest Yamana aboriginal settlements.  Charles Darwin landed there in 1833 during his voyage on the HMS Beagle. This area is also renowned for the mesmerizing beauty of its vegetation and geography.  We will take an enchanted walk through the Magellan Forest to reach a panoramic viewpoint. 

Day-5: Ushuaia
Acknowledged as the southernmost city in the world, Ushuaia was founded in 1884 and was one of the original points of encounter between the Yamana and Anglican cultures.  The perfect opportunity to enjoy the city and its spectacular scenery. 

Day-6: Cape Horn - Wulaia Bay
We will be sailing through Murray Channel and Nassau Bay to reach Cape Horn
National Park, where, weather permitting, we shall go ashore.  In the afternoon, we will go ashore at Wulaia Bay, where Charles Darwin landed in 1833.  We will take an enchanted walk through the Magellan Forest to reach a panoramic viewpoint. 

Day-7: De Agostini Sound and Águila Glacier
We will be sailing through Brecknock, Ocasión, Cockburn, and Magdalena
Channels to enter the spectacular De Agostini Sound.  This is where we shall see
glaciers sliding down the mountainside all the way to the sea.  In the afternoon, in well-equipped Zodiac boats, we will travel to the Águila Glacier where we will embark upon an easy walk to its base.  It’s the perfect opportunity to experience the beauty of Patagonia’s cold rainforest and to see how the power of nature has molded the spectacular landscape. 

Day-8: Magdalena Island - Punta Arenas
Early in the morning, weather permitting, we will go ashore on Magdalena Island, located in the middle of the Strait of Magellan.  The island used to be an essential source of supplies for navigators and explorers and is inhabited by an immense colony of Magellan Penguins that we will be able to see during our walk to the lighthouse.  In September and April, this excursion is replaced by a ride aboard Zodiacs to Marta Island to observe South American Sea Lions. 

Finally, disembarkation at Punta Arenas is scheduled for 11:30.

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8-Days/7-Nights (September 2013 – April 2014)
Ushuaia - Punta Arenas - Ushuaia

Depart from Ushuaia: Wednesdays
Arrival in Ushuaia: Wednesdays

8-days / 7-nights Tour - Ushuaia - Punta Arenas - UshuaiaDay-1: Ushuaia
Check in between 10:00 and 16:00 at 409 San Martín Street.  Board the M.V. Stella Australis cruise ship at 17:30.  After a welcoming cocktail reception hosted by the Captain and his crew, the M.V. Stella Australis will depart for one of the remotest parts of the planet.  Our voyage will take us through the Strait of Magellan and Beagle Channel to explore one of the most breathtaking wilderness regions in the world: Southern Patagonia, which includes the Tierra del Fuego archipelago. 

Day-2: Cape Horn - Wulaia Bay
We will be sailing through Murray Channel and Nassau Bay to reach Cape Horn
National Park, where, weather permitting, we shall go ashore.  The legendary Cape Horn was discovered in 1616 and is a sheer 425-meter (1,394-foot) high rocky promontory.  For many years it was an important navigation route between the Pacific and the Atlantic, and is referred to as the ‘End of the Earth’.  The park was declared a World Biosphere Reserve by UNESCO in 2005. 

In the afternoon, we will go ashore at historic Wulaia Bay, originally the site of one of the region’s largest Yamana aboriginal settlements. Charles Darwin landed there in 1833 during his voyage on the HMS Beagle. This area is also renowned for the mesmerizing beauty of its vegetation and geography. We will take an enchanted walk through the Magellan Forest of lengas, coigües, canelos, ferns, and other endemic vegetation, to reach a panoramic viewpoint. 

Day-3: De Agostini Sound and Águila Glacier
We will be sailing through Brecknock, Ocasión, Cockburn, and Magdalena Channels to enter the spectacular De Agostini Sound.  This is where we shall see
glaciers sliding down the mountainside all the way to the sea. 

In the afternoon, in well-equipped Zodiac boats, we will travel to the Águila Glacier where we will embark upon an easy walk to its base.  It’s the perfect opportunity to experience the beauty of Patagonia’s cold rainforest and to see how the power of nature has molded the spectacular landscape. 

Day-4: Magdalena Island - Punta Arenas
Early in the morning, weather permitting, we will go ashore on Magdalena Island, located in the middle of the Strait of Magellan.  The island used to be an essential source of supplies for navigators and explorers and is inhabited by an immense colony of Magellan Penguins that we will be able to see during our walk to the lighthouse.  In September and April, this excursion is replaced by a ride aboard Zodiacs to Marta Island to observe South American Sea Lions.  In the afternoon we will have time to enjoy visit Punta Arenas. 

Day-5: Ainsworth Bay - Tuckers Islets
At dawn, we will navigate our way through Almirantazgo Sound, arriving at Ainsworth Bay, the perfect spot from which to see the Marinelli Glacier descending from Darwin Mountain Range in the distance.  Whether on the beach or the island, there’s a good chance of sighting Southern Elephant Seals. But do bear in mind the fact that sightings cannot be guaranteed due to the colony’s unpredictable movements. 

Later, we will be sailing to Tuckers Islets, and after lunch, we will board well equipped Zodiac boats to get close to a colony of Magellan Penguins (indigenous to the Southern Hemisphere) and cormorants.  In September and April, this excursion is replaced by a short walk to a nearby glacier at Brookes Bay. 

Day-6: Pia Glacier - Glacier Alley
We will navigate along the northwest arm of the Beagle Channel before disembarking at Pia Fjord.  From there, we’ll take a short hike to a panoramic viewpoint from where we can enjoy spectacular views of the awe-inspiring Pia Glacier whose main tongue extends from the mountaintops down to the sea.  After this memorable experience, we will continue our voyage along the Beagle Channel through the majestic Glacier Alley. 

Day-7: Cape Horn - Wulaia Bay
We will be sailing through Murray Channel and Nassau Bay to reach Cape Horn National Park, where, weather permitting, we shall go ashore. 

In the afternoon, we will go ashore at historical Wulaia Bay, where Charles Darwin landed in 1833 We will take an enchanted walk through the Magellan Forest of lengas, coigües, canelos, ferns, and other endemic vegetation, to reach a panoramic viewpoint. 

Day-8: Ushuaia
Acknowledged as the southernmost city in the world, Ushuaia was founded in 1884 and was one of the original points of encounter between the Yamana and Anglican cultures.  Its name derives from the Yamana word for ‘penetrating bay’ and it’s surrounded by the last high peaks of the Andes.  Disembarkation is scheduled at 08:00. 

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5-Days / 4-Nights (September 2013 – April 2014)
Punta Arenas - Ushuaia Tour

Fixed departure dates
(please inquire)

5-day/4-nights Tour - Punta Arenas - UshuaiaDay-1: Punta Arenas
Check in at 990 Magallanes Street between 13:00 and 17:00.  Board the M.V. Stella Australis cruise ship at 18:00.  After a welcoming cocktail reception hosted by the Captain and his crew, the ship will depart for one of the remotest parts of the planet.  Our trip will take us through the Strait of Magellan and Beagle Channel to explore one of the most breathtaking wilderness regions in the world: Southern Patagonia, which includes the Tierra del Fuego archipelago. 

Day-2: Ainsworth Bay - Tuckers Islets
At dawn, we will navigate our way through Almirantazgo Sound, arriving at
Ainsworth Bay which is sited within Alberto De Agostini National Park.  It’s the perfect spot from which to see the Marinelli Glacier descending from Darwin Mountain Range in the distance; and to appreciate how the land returns to life after glacial retreat. We will also take a walk to a beaver dam in the stunning subpolar Magellan Forest.  Whether on the beach or the island, there’s a good chance of sighting Southern Elephant Seals.  But do bear in mind the fact that sightings cannot be guaranteed due to the colony’s unpredictable movements. 

Later, we will be sailing to Tuckers Islets, and after lunch, we will board well equipped Zodiac boats to get close to a colony of Magellan Penguins (indigenous to the Southern Hemisphere) and cormorants.  In September and April, this excursion is replaced by a short walk to a nearby glacier at Brookes Bay.  

Day-3: Pia Glacier - Glacier Alley
We will navigate along the northwest arm of the Beagle Channel before
disembarking at Pia Fjord. From there, we’ll take a short hike to a panoramic viewpoint from where we can enjoy spectacular views of the awe-inspiring Pia Glacier whose main tongue extends from the mountaintops down to the sea.  After this memorable experience, we will continue our voyage along the Beagle Channel through the majestic Glacier Alley. 

Day-4: Cape Horn - Wulaia Bay
We will be sailing through Murray Channel and Nassau Bay to reach Cape Horn
National Park, where, weather permitting, we shall go ashore.  The legendary Cape Horn was discovered in 1616 and is a sheer 425-meter (1,394-foot) high rocky promontory. For many years it was an important navigation route between the Pacific and the Atlantic, and is referred to as the ‘End of the Earth’.  The park was declared a World Biosphere Reserve by UNESCO in 2005.  In the afternoon, we will go ashore at historical Wulaia Bay, originally the site of one of the region’s largest Yamana aboriginal settlements.  Charles Darwin landed there in 1833 during his voyage on the HMS Beagle.  This area is also renowned for the mesmerizing beauty of its vegetation and geography.  We will take an enchanted walk through the Magellan Forest of lengas, coigües, canelos, ferns, and other endemic vegetation, to reach a panoramic viewpoint. 

Day-5: Ushuaia
Acknowledged as the southernmost city in the world, Ushuaia was founded in
1884 and was one of the original points of encounter between the Yamana and
Anglican cultures.  Its name derives from the Yamana word for ‘penetrating bay’ and it’s surrounded by the last high peaks of the Andes. Today, it is one of the largest cities on Tierra del Fuego Island, with around 65,000 inhabitants.  Disembarkation is scheduled at 08:00.  The perfect opportunity to enjoy the city and its spectacular scenery.

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4-Days / 3-Nights  (September 2013 – April 2014)
Ushuaia - Punta Arenas Tour

Depart from Ushuaia: Wednesdays
Arrival in Punta Arenas: Saturdays

4-Days/3-Nights Tour - Ushuaia - Punta ArenasDay-1: Ushuaia
Check in between 10:00 and 16:00 at 409 San Martín Street.  Board the M.V. Stella Australis cruise ship at 17:30.  After a welcoming cocktail reception hosted by the Captain and his crew, the M.V. Stella Australis will depart for one of the remotest parts of the planet.  Our voyage will take us through the Strait of Magellan and Beagle Channel to explore one of the most breathtaking wilderness regions in the world: Southern Patagonia, which includes the Tierra del Fuego archipelago. 

Day-2: Cape Horn - Wulaia Bay
We will be sailing through Murray Channel and Nassau Bay to reach Cape Horn
National Park, where, weather permitting, we shall go ashore.  The legendary Cape Horn was discovered in 1616 and is a sheer 425-meter (1,394-foot) high rocky promontory.  For many years it was an important navigation route between the Pacific and the Atlantic, and is referred to as the ‘End of the Earth’.  The park was declared a World Biosphere Reserve by UNESCO in 2005. 

In the afternoon, we will go ashore at historic Wulaia Bay, originally the site of one of the region’s largest Yamana aboriginal settlements.  Charles Darwin landed there in 1833 during his voyage on the HMS Beagle.  This area is also renowned for the mesmerizing beauty of its vegetation and geography.  We will take an enchanted walk through the Magellan Forest of lengas, coigües, canelos, ferns, and other endemic vegetation, to reach a panoramic viewpoint. 

Day-3: De Agostini Sound and Águila Glacier
We will be sailing through Brecknock, Ocasión, Cockburn, and Magdalena Channels to enter the spectacular De Agostini Sound, in the heart of the Darwin Mountain Range.  This is where we shall see glaciers sliding down the mountainside all the way to the sea.

In the afternoon, in well-equipped Zodiac boats, we will travel to the Águila Glacier where we will embark upon an easy walk to its base.  It’s the perfect opportunity to experience the beauty of Patagonia’s cold rainforest and to see how the power of nature has molded the spectacular landscape. 

Day-4: Magdalena Island - Punta Arenas
Early in the morning, weather permitting, we will go ashore on Magdalena Island, located in the middle of the Strait of Magellan.  The island used to be an essential source of supplies for navigators and explorers and is inhabited by an immense colony of Magellan Penguins that we will be able to see during our walk to the lighthouse.  In September and April, this excursion is replaced by a ride aboard Zodiacs to Marta Island to observe South American Sea Lions.  Finally, disembarkation at Punta Arenas is scheduled for 11:30.

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