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South America / South America

Cruises to Chile

Puerto Montt, Chile

Chile Ports of Call


Agostini Fjord

Agostini Fjord, also known as Agostini Sound (Spanish: seno Agostini), is a fjord in Tierra del Fuego that separates two branches of the Cordillera Darwin, the Cordón Navarro in the southwest and..

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Amalia Glacier

Amalia Glacier is more dramatic than Pio XI, but getting to and from Pio is by far more interesting and beautiful. Seas continue calm, sky partly cloudy but otherwise fair with no rain...

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Antofagasta

Antofogasta, the capital of the second region in Chile, is a real invitation to explore the times when saltpetre was responsible for the growth of most of Chile´s northern cities. Throughout the ..

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Arica

Arica spreads out at the foot of El Morro Hill, the site of a major battle of the Peruvian War (1879-83). Today, the hill is a national historic monument, complete with an open-air museum. The summit ..

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Beagle Channel

The Beagle Channel was named after the ship on which Captain Robert Fitzroy and Sir Charles Darwin sailed during their 19th century explorations. The channel runs through the southern part of Tierra d..

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Canal Moraleda

Canal Moraleda is situated between Chonos Archipelago and Magdalena Island in the Aisen Region of Chile...

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Cape Horn

Cape Horn is the southernmost point of South America. It is located in the Tierra del Fuego archipelago. The cape was first rounded on January 26, 1616 by a Dutch expedition of Willem Schouten and Jac..

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Castro

The city of Castro is situated 88 kilometres from Ancud and 40 metres up on the banks of a fjord of protected waters. Castro is the third oldest city in Chile, after Santiago and La Serena and is the ..

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Chilean Fjords

This part of the country is exceptionally beautiful with lakes, snow-capped volcanoes, dense forests and thermal springs. The most exciting way to explore the fjords South of Puerto Montt is by cruise..

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Coquimbo

It is the main port for the area and includes a rocky peninsula that forms the southern part of the bay that both cities sit upon (Bahia de Coquimbo). A labyrinth of unique houses and assorted buildin..

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English Narrows

The English Narrows is are not very wide, and ship passage is one way, restricted to ships less than 180m long. It is located in Ultima Espereranza on the east side of Isla Wellington. The English Nar..

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Garibaldi Glacier

Garibaldi Glacier is undoubtedly one of the visual highlights of Patagonia. The setting is magical and surreal with sheer cliffs of up to 600 meters and streaming waterfalls and glacial ice. The bay i..

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Hanga Roa

This town, the island's capital, is a small town with a host of restaurants and shops. Hanga Roa is very small with the majority of the shops on the long road from just below the church in the west to..

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Iquique

Iquique is the capital of the First Region. Iquique is also the principal fishing port in Chile. The commercial activity of this city is centred around its Zona Franca (duty free area). Iquique offers..

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Isla Chanaral

The Chanaral island is the biggest of the three islands of the Humboldt Penguin National Reserve. Located in the South limit of the Third Region of Chile (700 Km North of Santiago), it is declared unt..

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Isla Magdalena

This island and its neighboring islet Marta is home to tens of thousands of Magellanic Penguins, cormorants, other birds and sea lions. Both islands make up the Monumento Natural Los Pingüinos (T..

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Isla Pan de Azucar

Just offshore from the bay of the Caleta is the Isla Pan de Azucar. This island is home to 3000 humbolt penguins and innumerable sea lions. For around US$5, one can receive a two hour tour out to the ..

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Laguna San Raphael

The San Rafael lagoon is located in the National Park of the same name in the South of Chile. One is to us in a amazing congealed spectacle, with ice of 30000 years and more than 70 meters of height. ..

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Niebla

Niebla (Spanish for fog) is a coastal Chilean town close to the city of Valdivia, Valdivia Province, Los Ríos Region. Niebla is located on the northern edge, at the mouth of the Valdivia River, a..

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Pio XI Glacier

Discover the Pio XI Glacier, the largest glacier in the southern hemishpere, a real giant at 6 kilometers (3.7 mi) wide and towers above, standing some 75 meters (250 ft) tall, with length of 64 kilom..

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Puerto Chacabuco

Situated along the wild-west fjordland coast of Chile, 250 miles south of Puerto Montt, it is here that the northern Patagonian ice sheets fall into the sea in neon blue splendor. One of the last fron..

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Puerto Montt

This is the capital city of the Lakes Region X, the last city in its longitudinal valley. Puerto Montt was founded in 1853 by Vicente Perez Rosales as part of the policy of settling the area promoted ..

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Puerto Natales

The city of Puerto Natales is located 247 Kms. to the north west of the regional capital, Punta Arenas. It is geographically located at the sea level, on the seashore of the Señoret Channel, in f..

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Puerto Williams

Puerto Williams (Spanish for «Port Williams») is a Chilean town, located on Isla Navarino facing the Beagle Channel. It is the capital of the Chilean Antarctic Province, one of four provinces located ..

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Punta Arenas

This is Patagonia's largest and most commercially important city. Located on the western side of the Strait of Magellan with a superb port and the only large airport in the area, it is the major hub f..

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Santiago

Chile's capital was founded in 1541, by the Spanish captain Pedro de Valdivia, on the banks of the Mapocho river in the middle of the Central Valley. At the foot of the Andes Mountains, the city stand..

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Valparaiso

The second-largest city in Chile, Valparaíso enjoys a spectacular location between the mountains and the sea. This coastal city boasts a romantic, time-worn elegance of cobbled streets and Victor..

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