Antarctica, South Georgia & the Falkland Islands

Salisbury Plain, South Georgia
January 4, 2018
22 Days
Small-Ship Cruise
100 Guests
From $23,480

Combine with Wild Patagonia
Additional Departure: January 24, 2019

Extension

Based on the expeditionary nature of our trips, there may be ongoing enhancements to this itinerary.
Below please find the day-by-day itinerary for this expedition. Unless otherwise noted, daily excursion options are included in the cost of the trip. We do our best to adhere to the scheduled itinerary, but in the spirit of our expeditionary style of travel we may deviate slightly to take full advantage of encounters with the destination and its people, culture, and wildlife.

Rates for the Wild Patagonia extension are $4,980 per person, double occupancy; $6,260 per person, single occupancy.

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Pre-Trip Extension
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Depart USA

December 29

Board your independent flight to Chile.

Punta Arenas, Chile

December 30

Upon arrival in Punta Arenas, transfer to the Hotel Cabo de Hornos with the afternoon at leisure. Gather this evening for a welcome reception, with dinner and overnight at the hotel.  

Punta Arenas / Torres del Paine National Park

December 31

Today drive north through dramatic Patagonia steppe landscapes. Upon arrival in Torres del Paine, check in to the Patagonia Camp, your base for three nights. Set on the shores of Toro Lake in a private reserve of more than 84,000 acres and surrounded by native “coihue” forest, enjoy free time to explore before dinner and overnight.

Torres del Paine National Park

January 1January 2

Encompassing 615,000 acres of expansive grasslands and the fantastic pinnacles of the Andean mountains, Torres del Paine National Park is a stunning UNESCO Biosphere Reserve and Chile’s premier Patagonian destination. Here peaks of twisted, snow-dusted granite—endowed with waterfalls, emerald lakes, and verdant valleys—tower above the plains of Patagonia. With your guide, search for the unique flora and fauna of the region. Nearly 150 native animal species reside in the steppe and forested areas, including Patagonian foxes, vicuñas, and guanacos. Among the 100 species of resident birds are flightless lesser rheas, striking Magellanic woodpeckers, and elegant Andean condors that soar high above the landscape.

Torres del Paine National Park / El Calafate, Argentina

January 3

This morning, depart overland for El Calafate, with the opportunity to view and photograph wildlife en route. Check in to the Posada los Alamos Hotel in time for lunch. The rest of the afternoon is at leisure to enjoy hotel’s amenities, or explore El Calafate on your own.

El Calafate

January 4

Today enjoy a full-day tour of the Perito Moreno Glacier. Walk along footbridges for a variety of majestic views of one of the few remaining advancing glaciers in the world.

El Calafate / Ushuaia

January 5

After breakfast, transfer to the airport and board your flight to Ushuaia. Transfer to the Arakur Ushuaia Resort & Spa with the rest of the day at leisure. Gather with the main group at the hotel this evening for a welcome dinner and overnight.