Your unforgettable adventure around the southern tip of South America begins the moment you depart Santiago. Consider ports Puerto Montt and Puerto Chacabuco a prelude to the main event. Marvel at breathtaking waterfalls and huge glaciers as you cruise the Patagonic Channels, Chilean Fjords and Straight of Magellan. Mingle among the real “March of the Penguins” in the Falkland Islands. Catch your breath and some multicultural European charm in Montevideo. And brush up on your dance moves in Buenos Aires, birthplace of the tango.
14-Day South America from Santiago (San Antonio) (Eastbound)
|Sat||Santiago (San Antonio), Chile (EMBARK)||---||7:00 pm|
Santiago (San Antonio), Chile
San Antonio is your gateway to Valparaiso, just 30 miles up the coast. There, enjoy the charm and color of the hillside old quarter, or visit lovely nearby Viña del Mar and its famed floral clock. Head inland to Chile’s scenic Central Valley, the country’s breadbasket, and on to the Andes with their world-class vineyards and ski resorts. Or spend the day in metropolitan Santiago, considered the safest city in Latin America.
|Mon||Puerto Montt, Chile||8:00 am||6:00 pm|
Puerto Montt, Chile
See the Osorno Volcano, often compared to Mt. Fuji for its perfect symmetry. Visit the jewel of the Lake District, Lago Todos Los Santos. Your gateway to Chile's Lake District, a land of green rapids, waterfalls and awesome scenery.
|Tue||Puerto Chacabuco, Chile||10:00 am||5:00 pm|
|Fri||Punta Arenas, Chile||6:00 am||6:00 pm|
Punta Arenas, Chile
From the original name "Sandy Point," this southernmost capital city in Chile had its humble beginnings as sparse penal colony near the Straits of Magellan. Today, Punta Arenas is regarded as a geopolitical point of interest given its strategic location as a gateway to the Antarctic Peninsula.
|Sat||Ushuaia, Argentina||12:00 pm||8:00 pm|
Hike beautiful trails framed by the sea, forests, lakes and mountains. See Andean Condors and the rugged beauty of Tierra del Fuego National Park. Ushuaia is one of two main cities on the island territory of Tierra del Fuego.
|Sun||Cape Horn, Chile||---||Overnight|
Cape Horn, Chile
Located on the small island of Hornos Island, Cape Horn is the southernmost headland of the Tierra del Fuego archipelago of southern Chile. Although it’s not the most southern point of South America (the Diego Ramírez Islands holds that claim), Cape Horn marks the northern boundary of the Drake Passage, where the Atlantic Ocean meets the Pacific Ocean. Discovered and first rounded by the Dutchman Willem Schouten, Cape Horn was a major point where ships carried trade around the world until the Panama Canal opened in 1914.
|Mon||Stanley, Falkland Islands||9:00 am||5:00 pm|
Stanley, Falkland Islands
Arrive to the capital of the Falkland Islands, also known as Port Stanley and you’ll find a coastal town worthy of a jigsaw puzzle. This quaint city is home to a small population (so few are the residents that the town’s only “jail” can only hold thirteen people.) But it’s a place big on things to see and do. Whether you visit the Anglican Christ Church Cathedral, the southernmost cathedral in the world, or look for penguins.
|Wed||Puerto Madryn, Argentina||7:00 am||4:00 pm|
Puerto Madryn, Argentina
If you want to see wildlife, go to the Punta Tombo Nature Reserve. Puerto Madryn is a gateway to remote wildlife preserves and Argentine patagonia. Visit the Paleontology Museum in the Chubut Valley. Explore more of Puerto Madryn on a South America cruise!
|Fri||Montevideo, Uruguay||9:00 am||5:30 pm|
Resting on the southernmost point of the Rio de la Plata, Uruguay's capital is a charming city. Tour the Establecimiento Juanico winery with buildings dating back to 1849. Wander the Plaza Independencia or take in the scenery at Estancia La Rabida. Explore more of Montevideo on a South America cruise!
|Sat||Buenos Aires, Argentina (DISEMBARK)||5:30 am||---|
Buenos Aires, Argentina
See this South American city which boasts vast cultural offerings, fine foods, and quaint cafes . The city that never sleeps lives up to its name with an exciting pulse of energetic people. Visit La Boca, birthplace of Tango. Explore more of Buenos Aries on a South America cruise!
- Disembarkation usually begins 2 hours after docking.
- Due to security reasons, all guests must be on board 2 hours before sailing.
- Itineraries are subject to change at any time without notice.
- Check your specific sailing for exact departure and arrival times. All times are local to the port.