Chile is an adventure-traveller’s paradise with some of the most breathtaking National Park’s in the world including the towering peaks of the Andes, the forests of the Lake District, and Easter Island.
With it’s stunning landscapes, historic beauty, local charm and delectable foods make Chile a must-see destination for anyone planning a trip to South America.
The contrasting natural environments in Chile are sure to astound, from the salty, arid Atacama Desert in the North to the glaciers and ice-fields in the South and the Lake District in the middle. Throw in some wineries and the wonders of mysterious Easter Island and Chile is sure to impress anyone lucky enough to visit. The rich cultural heritage of Chile truly comes to life in the capital, Santiago, home to world famous sites such as the Santiago Metropolitan Cathedral and Cerro San Cristobal. Couple these ancient sites with modern structures and you have, not only the centre of Chile’s commerce but one of the largest cities in South America.
The M/V Stella Australis invites you to enjoy a unique experience with expeditions next to the fascinating landscape that Patagonia and Cape Horn offers. Immerse yourself in the magical scenery filled with turquoise glacial lakes, green hillsides and ice-capped mountains. This is an adventurer's paradise which really does have to be seen to be believed
We invite you to enjoy a unique experience on the Stella Australis with expeditions by land and sea next to the fascinating landscape that Patagonia and Cape Horn offers. Immerse yourself in the magical scenery filled with turquoise glacial lakes, green hillsides and ice-capped mountains. This is an adventurer's paradise which really does have to be seen to be believed
Discover the wild beauty of Patagonia on the M/V Ventus cruise that showcases the region’s pristine landscapes, rich wildlife and fascinating human history aboard an expedition ship that brings an extraordinary level of comfort and service to the uttermost edge of the world. Leaving the twinkling lights of Ushuaia behind, the vessel calls on fabled spots like Cape Horn and Wulaia Bay before cruising down the Beagle Channel