Chile has a wide array of cruise holidays to enjoy, with spectacular wildlife and scenery in the fjords of Patagonia.
Chile’s wild terrain is dotted with glaciers, fjords and channels, making it an ideal for cruises.
Patagonian offers an abundance of wildlife – glide past calving glaciers and mountains with their toes dipping into the waters.
You may spot elephant seals, sea lions, birds and with luck whales as you cruise in remote fjords and channels.
The cruise was great - fantastic organisation, very professional staff and all very interesting.
We can’t recommend the cruise highly enough.
D. Rowell, Cruceros Australis
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Staff were superb and provided an excellent service. This may have been helped by Sue and I being the only two people staying at the adventure camp. The staff in the office in El Chalten were very good, too. We were lucky that the accident happened on the way down the Loma del Diablo and about 1 hour from the road and also lucky that our guide Juan was able to carry Sue down.
The cruise was great – fantastic organisation, very professional staff and all very interesting. We landed at Cape Horn but were not able to cruise round it as the weather was too bad.
D. Rowell, UK, 2010
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