Roundtrip Ushuaia - Glaciers and Cape Horn Cruise

Embark on an amazing journey to the “uttermost end of the earth.” On this Ushuaia – Ushuaia route, enjoy the splendor and beauty of unique natural scenery and wildlife. Travel on one of the industry's most comfortable ships, which was designed to make your trip as pleasant and remarkable as possible through the Strait of Magellan and Beagle Channel. This expedition cruise gives you the chance to experience authentic adventure travel. Take a journey to Cape Horn and view the same incredible beauty that Charles Darwin enjoyed centuries ago or capture footage of marine life during your journey. The possibilities are endless. Experience wildlife and nature like you never have before with a Patagonia cruise.

Day 1


Check in from 10:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. at 409 San Martín St. Board cruise ship at 5:30 pm. After a welcome cocktail reception offered by the Captain and his crew, the ship will depart for “the uttermost part of the earth”. Your Patagonia cruise takes you through the Strait of Magellan and Beagle Channel to explore one of the most breathtaking wilderness regions in the world: Southern Patagonia and Tierra del Fuego.

Day 2

  • Ship
  • Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

Giribaldi and Pia Glaciers

Enter Garibaldi Fjord and disembark for a hike through the forest up to a glacial waterfall. For those who choose to stay onboard, the Captain will point the bow of the ship towards the beautiful blue Garibaldi Glacier to let you enjoy the panoramic views from the upper decks.

In the afternoon, navigate along the Northwest arm of the Beagle Channel and reach Pia Fjord. Disembark and take a short hike to gain a panoramic view of the spectacular Pia Glacier, which extends from the mountaintops down to the sea.

Day 3

  • Ship
  • Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

Cape Horn - Wulaia Bay

Sail through Murray Channel and Nassau Bay to reach Cape Horn National Park, where disembarking is scheduled (weather permitting). The mythical 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 for sailboats between the Pacific and Atlantic oceans, and is known as the “End of the Earth”. The park was declared a World Biosphere Reserve in 2005.

In the afternoon, 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. Walk through a Magellan forest of lengas, coigües, canelos, ferns, and other endemic vegetation to reach a panoramic viewpoint.

Day 4

  • Breakfast


In the morning, arrive in Ushuaia, Argentina's most important city in Tierra del Fuego, and the southernmost city in the world. Disembark after breakfast for your continued adventures or return flights home.

Port fees: USD $40
Port fees: USD $40
Port fees: USD $40
Kids Sail FREE
Last Minute Savings - Travelers under the age of 17 sail for FREE when accompanied by a full-fare paying adult.
2015 : Dec 11
These special offers are applicable only to new bookings.
Discounts are subject to availability, so contact us for more details.
Port Charge and Park Fees are additional.

Flights to/from Punta Arenas or Ushuaia are not included in the cruise fare. When combining these cruises with land tours they may have been included in your main tour. However, if not, each flight costs around US$205 (flight cost subject to change). Hotel transfers are also extra and we will happily arrange them for you.

Please note:
Rates do not include port tax, migration fee and national park fee, approximately $30 per person.

Rates do include accommodation, sea transportation, all meals, open bar when on duty (without additional cost for wines, beverages, and liquors), shore excursions, and onboard entertainment.