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14-day Cruise on Norwegian Star

Antarctica & South America: Argentina & Chile

from Buenos Aires, Argentina

Calling all penguin and nature enthusiasts-come aboard Norwegian Star for a once-in-a-lifetime cruise to Antarctica. Outside of Ushuaia, experience unparalleled landscapes few are fortunate enough to see as you explore Tierra del Fuego National Park - the world's southernmost national park that features soaring mountain peaks, glistening glaciers, ancient forests and a rich array of wildlife. Cruise through Paradise Bay in Antarctica and witness a pristine frozen wonderland of glacial mountains and azure icebergs that a colony of adorable Gentoo penguins call home. Then head over to the remote destination Elephant Island where legions of tuxedoed-looking penguins waddle across the rocky terrain whilst giant elephant seals lounge on its shores. In Stanley, lace up your hiking shoes for a guided Falkland nature trek through scenic terrain to see possibly of upwards of 30 species of birds.
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    Be pampered on board with a hot stone massage at Mandara Spa.
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    Cruise to Antarctica and view penguins, elephant seals and other wildlife.
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14 Days. 6 Ports. 1 Amazing Holiday.
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Port of Call
Buenos Aires, Argentina
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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!

Port of Call
Montevideo, Uruguay
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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!

Port of Call
Puerto Madryn, Argentina
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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!

Port of Call
Punta Arenas, Chile
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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.

Port of Call
Ushuaia, Argentina
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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.

Scenic Cruising event
Paradise Bay (Cruising)
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Paradise Bay captures what most people imagine when they think of Antarctica - dramatic ice formations, expansive blue-hued glaciers, charming penguins waddling about, and whales gliding through serene waters. Located on the west coast of the Antarctic Peninsula - just north of Lemaire Channel - the bay offers a glimpse into a wild and rugged frozen wonderland that few have the privilege to experience. With hot chocolate in one hand and your camera in the other, get ready to soak in this surreal and otherworldly landscape with Norwegian.

Scenic Cruising event
Elephant Island (Cape Lookout)
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Situated off the coast of Antarctica, Elephant Island is named after the elephant seals that populate it and due to the island being shaped like an elephant head. Rugged mountains, glistening sheets of ice and unique wildlife add to the mystique of this remote destination. Despite its seemingly unforgiving, yet hauntingly beautiful landscape, legions of tuxedoed-looking penguins waddle across the rocky terrain whilst giant elephant seals lounge on its shores.

Port of Call
Stanley, Falkland Islands
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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.

Port of Call
Buenos Aires, Argentina
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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!

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