Winding channels, snow-covered mountains, majestic glaciers and narrow passages: welcome to the magic of the Chilean fjords. PONANT is inviting you aboard Le Boréal for an 14-day expedition cruise to the heart of South America's extraordinary landscapes.
Departing from Ushuaia, you will discover Navarino Island where you will make a call at Puerto Williams, a pleasant fishing port considered by the Chileans to be the world's southernmost city.
Surrounded by the stunning scenery provided by Tierra del Fuego National Park, you will sail around Cape Horn, then you will glimpse the gigantic Garibaldi and Agostini glacier, before enjoying an unforgettable experience of sailing along the Strait of Magellan.
Le Boréal will get closer to including El Brujo and Pie XI glaciers before entering the Patagonian channel known as the English Passage.
After a call in the remote village of Tortel, suspended above the water, and its typical wooden footbridges which take the place of streets, your ship will sail in the Pulluche Channel.
You will discover Quemchi, an authentic village located on the lush island of Chiloé, and finally sail to Talcahuano, the final destination on your trip.
Subject to ice and weather conditions. The expedition highlights and itineraries described above illustrate possible experiences only and cannot be guaranteed.