Chile’s Patagonia & Mapuche Culture

  • Enjoy a three-night cruise aboard the M/V Stella Australis to discover one of the remotest corners of planet Earth, including the remote archipelago that comprises Cape Horn National Park
  • Anchor off Magdalena Island, halfway between Tierra del Fuego and the Chilean mainland, to see the immense colony of Magellanic penguins that now inhabit the island
  • For a special experience, go trekking, ice climbing and camping on Exploradores Glacier, and explore the glacial moraine, a valley full of large rocks and loose stones that have been left from the advancement and regression of this giant mass of ice
  • Enjoy the magical world of Huilo Huilo set in the Patagonian Forest, and choose from some 40 activities such as trekking, horseback riding, mountain biking, kayaking, sailing and fishing
  • In Pucón, explore the traditional Mapuche community’s way of living, visit a family in a typical Mapuche dwelling and learn about their skills at metal work, especially silver jewelry, wood carvings and the ancient tradition of weaving textiles and carpets