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    21 Night Cruise sailing from Santiago to Buenos Aires onboard Azamara Quest.

    This 21-night voyage includes longer stays, plus six luxurious at sea days and two days cruising through the spectacular Chilean Fjords. Before embarking from the port of San Antonio, spend the day in Chile’s capital, Santiago—a city bursting at the seams with fascinating history and cultural life. Then set sail for Puerto Montt and its bustling streets, eclectic shops, and superb seafood restaurants.

    A visit to Puerto Chacabuco follows where the river valleys and the snowy backdrop of the Andes beckon. Steep, rugged shores abound as you cruise through the Chilean Fjords’ vast network of free, open channels that wind their way to Punta Arenas, the port that sits on the north shore of the Strait of Magellan, merging the Atlantic and Pacific. From wildlife spotting to kayaking, there’s much to explore, so we stay the night.

    Cruise the Beagle Channel to Ushuaia, Argentina, which is literally referred to as the “End of the World.” From here, it’s a day at sea before we spend three incredible days cruising the breathtaking Antarctic Sound. As we drift through a world of implausibly blue icebergs, keep your eyes peeled for penguin rookeries and whales breaching the surface of the water. Enjoy two days of pampering aboard your boutique hotel at sea before arriving at the Falkland Islands and Port Stanley—home of the iconic Christ Church Cathedral.

    After another day at sea, we arrive back in Argentina at the port of Puerto Madryn. Here, explore the Punta Tombo National Reserve and snap some photos of the half million penguins who live throughout this sprawling sanctuary.

    Then it’s on to Montevideo, Uruguay’s capital, for an overnight stay in one of the most intriguing and diverse cities in South America. Your voyage concludes with in Buenos Aires, Argentina, where the Plaza de Mayo, Presidential Palace, and Teatro Colón are must-see stops.

    Highlights of this cruise:

    Santiago (San Antonio), Chile
    Bustling, creative, and vibrant, San Antonio is home to superb wine, beautiful beaches, and an intriguing creative history waiting to be discovered.

    Puerto Montt, Chile
    The capital of Chile’s Lakes District, Puerto Montt delivers the best of land and sea. Savor fresh seafood, spend the day at the beach, or embark on an adventure to explore snow-capped volcanoes.

    Puerto Chacabuco, Chile
    South of Puerto Montt, surrounded by majestic fjords, Puerto Chacabuco looks more like Norway than Northwest Patagonia.

    Chilean Fjords, Chile
    Chile’s southern Patagonian coast features some of the most spectacular natural scenery on Earth. From countless glacial fjords, inlets, islands, and navigable channels, to vast temperate rainforests and snow-capped mountain peaks reaching by glacier to the sea below, prepare to feel small.

    Punta Arenas, Chile
    Punta Arenas bridges Pacific and Atlantic, North and South, and old and new. It’s a city steeped in industry and diversity—plus incredible marine life, stunning natural scenery, and a unique history waiting to be explored.

    Beagle Channel, Argentina
    Named after the famed ship, the HMCs Beagle, this 240-kilometer-long channel borders both Argentina and Chile, and serves up striking natural beauty everywhere you look.

    Ushuaia, Argentina
    Alive with marine life offshore, Ushuaia has fully embraced its reputation as a hub of outdoor adventure at the tip of Argentina. This is the southern extreme of Tierra del Fuego, a national park with hiking trails and walking paths through thick forests, inhabited by native birds and beavers, where seals, sea lions, and seabirds can be found in abundance.

    Antarctic Sound/Peninsula
    This frozen continent at the ends of the Earth cannot sustain permanent inhabitants, but the part it plays in the Earth’s weather and water levels is so crucial that 28 nations maintain research stations here. The peninsula sweeps up towards the tip of South America, and provides good habitats for penguin rookeries, and these beguiling birds return each year to mate, dressed in their best tuxedos.

    Port Stanley, Falkland Islands
    These remote, windswept islands with a human population of about 3000, support half a million sheep, and as many as a million penguins during the summer nesting season, making it one of the world’s great penguin capitals. Five of the 17 species are represented, and observing their antics is a most pleasurable pursuit.

    Puerto Madryn, Argentina
    For outdoor adventurers and wildlife lovers, Port Madryn offers an exciting and immersive escape.

    Montevideo, Uruguay
    Montevideo exudes European charm and elegance, with broad boulevards, fountains, stately squares, and irresistible sidewalk cafes. Take in the Art Nouveau pedestrian mall, Art Deco Centenary Stadium, and American Embassy designed by I.M. Pei. Most of the nation’s countryside is farm or ranchland, and the life of the cowboy, or gaucho, is part of the local lore.

    Buenos Aires, Argentina
    Welcome to elegant, cosmopolitan Buenos Aires, with its European colonial architecture and colorful mix of cultures. Each district has its own style: enjoy Palermo with its mansions and parks; shop in the chic boutiques of Soho and Hollywood; and soak up the Italian flavor of La Boca where tango dancers and artists display their talents for passersby.

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