Argentina cruises open up some of the most fantastic sea journeys in South America.
Among the cruises available in Argentina are iconic journeys to Antarctica, plus the fjords and mountains of Patagonia.
Many of the cruises leave from Ushuaia, on the northern shore of the Beagle Channel in Tierra del Fuego.
Argentina is the gateway for cruises to wild terrains dotted with glaciers, fjords and channels – and of course, Antarctica.
The cruise was great - fantastic organisation, very professional staff and all very interesting.
D. Rowell, Cruceros Australis
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J. Lavery, Australia, 2012
» Patagonia Eco-camp Trekking Tour
The cruise was great - fantastic organisation, very professional staff and all very interesting. We can’t recommend the cruise highly enough but it was not full – about 90 on board out of a possible 120. We were tempted to go on to Antarctica!
D. Rowell, UK, 2010
» Beagle Channel and Cape Horn Cruise
We like our Patagonia self-guided holiday, and it's nice to know you do, too!
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Larry and Gillian are coming to the end of their month of travelling with Andean Trails in Patagonia. We put together a tour designed to take them off-the-beaten-track – read the first instalment in their blog – covering Santiago and Aysen and remote border crossings. Once in Argentina, Gillian and Larry trekked to the base of Fitzroy and Cerro Torre, and took a day tour to Perito Moreno. They then set off for Torres del Paine on a self-guided trek. Their tour has ended with a few days in Ushuaia and a flight out from Buenos Aires. Check their progress below …
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