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Cruise through the icy waters of Tierra del Fuego in the southern tip of Patagonia or take an expedition cruise to the colossal San Rafael Glacier.

Tierra del Fuego in the southern tip of South America is the turbulent junction of the Pacific Ocean, Atlantic Ocean and the Southern Ocean of Antarctica; a myriad of windswept islands and channels, including the famous Beagle Channel and the Straights of Magellan.

Expedition cruises take you on a journey through some of the world's most remote mountain scenery, witnessing remote penguins and elephant seal colonies, awesome glaciers and the mythical Cape Horn - meeting point of the Atlantic and Pacific ocean. This is travel at the end of the world.

Further north, specialist Skorpios cruises set off from Puerto Montt, heading south towards the magnificent San Rafael Glacier. On the way you'll discover verdant Patagonian forest, isolated fishing communities and natural thermal hot springs.

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