Have you imagined a cruise on the route of the end of the world? We will explore next to Stella Australis the most untamed places of Tierra del Fuego. We will visit glaciers and bays to contemplate the native flora and fauna until arriving in Ushuaia in Argentina and returning through the channels and fjords of Patagonia.

Day 1: Reception in Punta Arenas

What you will visit:

  • 1 Punta Arenas

Between 1:00 p.m. and 5:00 p.m. we wait for you at Prat dock, located at O'Higgins 1385, Punta Arenas, to check in.

6:00 pm: We embark on the cruise. Once aboard the Stella Australis there will be a welcome cocktail to meet the captain and the crew.

At night we start navigation.

Day 2: Ainsworth Bay - Tuckers Islets

What you will visit:

  • 1 Ainsworth Bay

We start the day sailing on the Australis cruise through the Almirantzgo sine until we reach Ainsworth Bay, where we are going to disembark to walk and see the Marinelli glacier, a dam of beavers and Magellanic forest. In addition, we can see elephant seals from the beach.

We return to the ship to continue sailing and, after lunch, explore the Tuckers islets aboard zodiacs, from where we can see Magellanic penguins and cormorants.

Tuckers Islets in September and April is replaced by a walk near a glacier in Brookes Bay.

Day 3: Pia Glacier – Los Glaciares Avenue

What you will visit:

  • 1 The Glaciers avenue

We sail in the Stella Australis by the northeast arm of the Beagle Channel to the Pía fjord, to disembark near the glacier of the same name.

Later on we walk to the viewpoint where we can see the impressive mountain range that originates the glacier. Later we go up to the cruise to navigate the Avenue of the Glaciers.

Day 4: Cape Horn - Wulaia Bay

What you will visit:

  • 1 Bahía Wulaia

We cross the Murray Channel and Nassau Bay to the Cabo de Hornos National Park, where we disembark if the weather permits.

Cape Horn was discovered in 1616 and was a navigation route that linked the Pacific with the Atlantic Ocean. Today it is known as the end of the world route and was declared a Biosphere Reserve by UNESCO in June 2005.

There we will walk to the viewpoint through the Magellan forest where lengas, coigües, cinnamon and ferns grow, among other species of Tierra del Fuego.

In the afternoon we are visiting Wulaia Bay, where we disembark and walk through the Magellan forest of lengas, coigües, canelos and ferns until we reach the viewpoint.

Day 5: Ushuaia

What you will visit:

  • 1 Ushuaia

8:30 am: We arrive in Ushuaia, the most important Argentine city of Tierra del Fuego and the southernmost in the world.

We will have free time in Ushuaia to tour the city.

5:30 pm: we board the cruise and set sail to navigate the Beagle Channel and Strait of Magellan.

Day 6: Cape Horn - Wulaia Bay

What you will visit:

  • 1 Cape Horn

We cross the Murray Channel and Nassau Bay to the Cabo de Hornos National Park, where we disembark if the weather permits.

Cape Horn was discovered in 1616 and was a navigation route that linked the Pacific with the Atlantic Ocean. Today it is known as the end of the world route and was declared a Biosphere Reserve by UNESCO in June 2005.

There we will walk to the viewpoint through the Magellan forest where lengas, coigües, cinnamon and ferns grow, among other species of Tierra del Fuego.

In the afternoon we visit Wulaia Bay, where we disembark and walk through the Magellan forest of lengas, coigües, canelos and ferns until we reach the viewpoint.

Day 7: Seno de Agostini - Águila Glacier

What you will visit:

  • 1 Alberto de Agostini National Park

We are sailing through the Brecknock, Ocasión, Cockburn and Magdalena canals and then enter the Agostini sine located in the heart of the Darwin mountain range in Tierra del Fuego. Here we can see some glaciers that descend from the mountain.

In the afternoon, we sail towards the Águila glacier where we disembark in zodiac boats and we can make a soft walk along the beach bordering a lagoon surrounded by mountains until we reach the glacier. We can get to know the cold and humid forest of Patagonia and how this incredible landscape originated.

Day 8: Magdalena Island and arrival in Punta Arenas

What you will visit:

  • 1 Isla Magdalena

In the early morning we arrive at Magdalena Island if the weather conditions allow it. This island is home to an immense colony of Magellanic penguins.

In the months of April and September, this excursion is replaced by a landing on Marta Island where we can see sea lions from the zodiac boats.

Once we finish our tour, we arrive in Punta Arenas at approximately 11:30 am.

Included
  • 7 nights aboard the Stella Australis cruise in the cabin of your choice.
  • Breakfast, lunch and dinner on board.
  • Open bar during authorized hours.
  • Excursions to land.
  • Entertainment on board.

Recommendations

Wear comfortable clothes and coat, sunscreen, trekking shoes, sun hat, camera.