24 Day Chilean Fjords with 13 Day Antarctica Cruise & Buenos Aires

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The Singular Santiago Santiago
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Hotel Rio Serrano Torres del Paine
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Hotel Rio Serrano Torres del Paine
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2017 Dates & Prices
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Feb 09  (Sold Out) $9399 $10509*

*Not Included:
Optional tours.


Additional Information:
Land only prices does not include arrival/departure transfers, but does include flights Buenos Aires-El Calafate & Punta Arenas-Santiago.

Passport information must be submitted to Gate 1 Travel at least 60 days prior to departure.

The route and program may vary according to weather condition, season changes and safety issues.

Triple Rooms at the Singular Santiago will be accommodated in a Twin Room and Single Room.


Entry Requirements:
Passengers traveling abroad require a passport valid for six months beyond their travel dates. All travelers are responsible to check if a visa is required for all countries on their itinerary. For visa information, check our Visas page.



Is This Trip Right for You?

This is an active trip. Our small group covers a lot of ground each day, and we will spend 4-5 hours on our feet during tours. Most of our tours will require walking over uneven surfaces or up and down steep slopes. Excursions during the Cruise portion require clothing for cold weather. Some days will require long transfers by shuttle bus. This tour is not recommended for people who have difficulty walking. At final payment date, you will receive a medical form that must be completed by a physician and turned into reception upon embarkation.

Flight Details


Accommodation Details


Package Includes

  • Small groups of maximum 20 travelers guaranteed
  • International flights Miami-Buenos Aires, Santiago-Miami
    Other departure cities available. Click on date of departure for selection and prices
  • Airline taxes & fuel surcharges
  • All intra-flights: Buenos Aires-El Calafate & Punta Arenas-Santiago
  • 22 nights First Class accommodations
    • 2 nights Buenos Aires
    • 2 nights El Calafate
    • 2 nights Torres del Paine
    • 1 night Puerto Natales
    • 13 nights Antarctica Cruise on the MS Midnatsol
    • 2 nights Santiago
  • Hotel & cruise porterage
  • All transfers and sightseeing per itinerary in modern air-conditioned vehicles
  • 54 meals: 22 breakfasts, 14 lunches, 18 dinners (including welcome & farewell dinners)
  • Bottled water during sightseeing excursions
  • Services of English-speaking tour manager
  • Comprehensive, guided sightseeing and entrance fees per itinerary
  • Active itinerary with unique cultural features

Tour Highlights

  • Thanks to our small group size, we can get to the heart of our destination, visit places that other tours miss, and get to know the locals.
  • Tour of cosmopolitan Buenos Aires, the sophisticated "Paris of South America"
  • Enjoy Tango lessons with professional Argentine Tango Dancers
  • Travel to the Perito Moreno Glacier at Los Glaciares National Park, a World Heritage Site
  • Visit Torres del Paine National Park, one of the most impressive sights in the Southern Hemisphere
  • Tour Puerto Natales, center of Chilean Patagonia, on the shores of the Senoret Channel
  • Join on-board naturalists for daily sightings of wildlife from the ship's Observation Deck
  • Traverse the Strait of Magellan named for the Portuguese seafarer who discovered this passage
  • Enter the narrow Garibaldi Fjord - view the awesome splendor of the stark Garibaldi Glacier
  • Stop in Puerto Williams on the tiny island of Navarino, capital of the Chilean Antarctic
  • Go ashore on Cape Horn (conditions permitting) southernmost point of Chile and South America
  • An exciting journey takes you along the Drake Passage where the Atlantic and Pacific converge
  • Go ashore in Zodiacs to encounter colonies of Magellanic Penguins, birds, dolphins and sea lions
  • Explore crescent-shaped Half Moon Island, a jewel of diversity in the polar landscape
  • On Deception Island, discover Whalers Bay known for its warm springs and black volcanic sand
  • You’ll be welcomed by colonies of waddling Gentoo penguins on your visit to Neko Harbor
  • A stunning cruise to Lemaire Channel where sheer cliffs rise above iceberg-filled passage
  • Tour Santiago, the energetic capital of Chile


DAY 1 - Depart for Argentina
Depart for Argentina

DAY 2 - Arrive in Buenos Aires
Arrive in cosmopolitan Buenos Aires; transfer to your hotel. The city's beauty is apparent as you drive through this 19th century "Paris of South America" with its elegant architecture, wide tree-shaded boulevards, striking monuments and sprawling parks. The rest of the day is yours to get acquainted with this city that has a distinct European flavor. Tonight, enjoy a festive Welcome Dinner with your fellow travelers and Tour Manager at a local restaurant to celebrate your arrival in Argentina
Overnight: Buenos Aires
Meals: Dinner

DAY 3 - Tour Buenos Aires, Tango Lessons
Discover the city's highlights this morning on a tour that includes the Plaza de Mayo, Metropolitan Cathedral and Casa Rosada (government palace); see the balcony where Eva and Juan Peron made their speeches. Then, to the colorful La Boca neighborhood, a working class barrio, and the old quarters of San Telmo and Caminito, a mix of colonial style homes, narrow lanes, artists' lofts and very trendy cafes. Drive to the Recoleta Cemetery, final resting place of many of the wealthiest and most important Argentine historical figures. The grounds here cover more than four city blocks, filled with tombs adorned by works of local and international sculptors, and more than 6,400 mausoleums including the tomb of Eva "Evita" Peron, always heaped with flowers and letters from adoring fans. Spend the rest of the afternoon exploring some of Buenos Aires neighborhoods and fabulous collection of shops before this afternoon's tango lesson with professional Argentine Tango Dancers. The evening is at leisure to discover the vibrant nightlife or, join the group for an optional Argentinean Dinner and Tango Show at famed Café de los Angelitos
Optional: Buenos Aires Dinner & Tango Show
Overnight: Buenos Aires
Meals: Breakfast

DAY 4 - Buenos Aires to El Calafate
Depart sophisticated Buenos Aires this morning to contrasting El Calafate, a small city strategically nestled on the shores of Lago Argentino, named for the berry that, once eaten, guarantees your return to Patagonia. Upon arrival, a short walking tour of this once quaint city, gateway to Los Glaciares National Park and the great Perito Moreno glacier. Time on your own to explore this ever growing city, dotted with shops, restaurants and cute cafes that perfectly combine leisure and adventure
Overnight: El Calafate
Meals: Breakfast

DAY 5 - Excursion to the Perito Moreno Glacier, Los Glaciares National Park
An unforgettable day filled with astonishing scenery as you travel to the Perito Moreno Glacier at Los Glaciares National Park, declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO. This park, established in 1937, is the largest ice cap outside of Antarctica and Greenland with an ice field that controls the world's third largest reserve of fresh water. You'll observe the glacier's massive ice wall, almost 3 miles wide and over 240 feet high above the lake's surface, from a cliffside promenade that overlooks the constantly shifting ice. The easy access to this site has crowned Perito Moreno as one of the most visited glaciers in the world. Return to El Calafate
Overnight: El Calafate
Meals: Breakfast

DAY 6 - Torres del Paine National Park
Today, we drive from El Calafate to Torres Del Paine National Park in Chile with its soaring granite pillars above the Patagonia steppe, dominating the landscape of what may be South America's finest national park and surely one of the most impressive sights in the Southern Hemisphere. The main attractions of this National Park is its world-famous mountains and glaciers, as seen on hundreds of photos of Chile. Pass through customs and spend the afternoon exploring Salto Grande. From there we will be able to stroll though a scenic trail that will lead us to the Horns look out point, one of the most traditional postcards from el Paine can be appreciated here. Straight ahead in the French Valley, Lake Nordenskjöld Stand and the Paine Massif, an unparalleled landscape with its jagged peaks, azure lakes, emerald forests, thundering waterfalls, roaring rivers and huge ice-blue glaciers. Get settled into your hotel and the rest of the day is yours to prepare for tomorrow's fabulous adventure. Tonight, dinner together at the hotel
Overnight: Torres del Paine
Meals: Breakfast, Dinner

DAY 7 - Full Day Torres del Paine
Be prepared for magnificent panoramas as we make our way into breathtaking Torres Del Paine National Park, a 700-square-mile World Biosphere Reserve and one of the most unspoiled and beautiful nature preserves on Earth. The first experience of the day takes us on a short hike to Lago Grey Beach and Grey Glacier. This guided walk takes you acreoss hanging bridges into the dark Patagonian forest before arriving to Lago Grey beach. View the electric glue icebergs that have broken off of Glacier Grey, from here observe Grey Glacier in the distance, an enormous wall of ice over three miles wide. After lunch at a lovely local restaurant, we will take a stroll along the beautiful Serrano river where it is possible to spot birds such as the Magellanic Woodpecker, the Upland Goose and the Red Shoveler. At dinner tonight, share memories of this fabulous day
Overnight: Torres del Paine
Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

DAY 8 - Discover Puerto Natales
This morning depart for Lago del Toro and observe the Paine and Serrano River deltas, also visit the Torres del Paine Interpretative Center. Stop for a short hike before a scenic drive from Torres del Paine to Puerto Natales, once hub of Chile's thriving ranching industry in the early 20th century, on the shores of the Senoret Channel. On the way, stop to enjoy a traditional Chilean lunch at Parrila Don Jorge, with its natural style and comfortable dining room. Arrive in Puerto Natales, the geographical and cultural center of Chilean Patagonia, now a thriving adventure sports center. View the old fashioned corrugated tin houses strung shoulder to shoulder in the colorful downtown, a relic from the past, now contrasted by modern shops selling outdoor sports gear and gourmet restaurants. Stroll the channel's coastal road in the late afternoon to see the black-necked swans and the spectacular brilliant red sunset. Tonight, join your fellow travelers for dinner at the hotel
Overnight: Puerto Natales
Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

DAY 9 - Punta Arenas, Embarkation on the Antarctica Cruise
Travel to Punta Arenas, the thriving capitol city of Chile's southernmost region, at the edge of the Strait of Magellan. Your expedition ship, the MS Midnatsol is in port waiting for your arrival. After a warm welcome by the Captain and crew, time to settle in and get acquainted with your new surroundings. Tonight a Welcome Dinner celebrates the beginning of your extraordinary voyage of discovery
*Note : At final payment date, you will receive a medical form that must be completed by a physician and turned into reception upon embarkation.
Overnight: Antarctica Cruise
Meals: Breakfast, Dinner

DAY 10 - Tucker Island, Canal Gabriel, Strait of Magellan, Garibaldi Fjord, Glaciers
The ship navigates past Tucker Island and through Canal Gabriel, to the Strait of Magellan, named for the Portuguese seafarer who discovered this southern passage in 1520. You’ll be astonished by the magnificent scenery as you arrive in Patagonia, one of the most remote and undisturbed places in the world. On-board naturalists point out the region's many varieties of wildlife, including fur seals nestled on the rocky island shores, sharing the frigid waters with penguins and humpback whales. Enter the narrow Garibaldi Fjord, with its icy waterfalls running down the steep mountainside. At the head of this picturesque fjord, view the awesome splendor of the stark Garibaldi Glacier. At dinner tonight, conversation with staff members that are always prepared to answer your questions and enhance your understanding of this amazing region
Overnight: Antarctica Cruise
Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

DAY 11 - Chilean Fjords, Puerto Williams
Today, reach areas of the Chilean fjords where ice has worn its way between the mountains, leaving isolated islands and hidden bays. Conditions permitting, stop in Puerto Williams on the tiny island of Navarino known as the capital of the Chilean Antarctic. Founded in 1953, Puerto Williams, facing the Beagle Channel, was the very first settlement in the Strait of Magellan, serving as a major naval base for Chile. Today, Puerto Williams is a major hub for scientific activity and an important link to the University of Magallanes. Interesting lectures and a delectable dinner caps your day
Overnight: Antarctica Cruise
Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

DAY 12 - Cape Horn
The excitement builds as you traverse Cape Horn, the southernmost point of Chile and South America, marking the northern boundary of the Drake Passage. Throughout history, Cape Horn was of great strategic importance because of its location and its active trade routes. Weather permitting, anchor off Cape Horn, hoping to go ashore onto this deserted and storied piece of land at the end of the world. After dinner, enjoy informal chats with fellow travelers, watch documentaries or join the fascinating briefings
Overnight: Antarctica Cruise
Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

DAY 13 - Cruising The Drake Passage*
Your journey along the Drake Passage toward Antarctica is indeed an exciting one – it’s where the waters of the Atlantic and Pacific Oceans meet. Once a valuable trade route, the 600-mile-wide Drake Passage is named for 16th century explorer Sir Francis Drake who sailed these waters. Warmer waters of the north meet the colder waters of the south here in the Antarctic Convergence, making the area abundantly rich in marine life. As you cruise today, there’ll be several enriching lectures in preparation for your visit to Antarctica. Join the on-board naturalists for sightings from the observation deck of numerous species of sea birds, whales, dolphins, seals, albatross and more. Crossing the legendary Drake Passage will indeed be an unforgettable experience! In the evening, perhaps wine tasting followed by a lovely dinner on the eve of your arrival in Antarctica
* Please note, that the Drake Passage is known for its rough waters
Overnight: Antarctica Cruise
Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

DAY 14 - Antarctica - Half Moon Island or Yankee Harbor
Arrive in the amazing "White Continent" of Antarctica, stretching across ice-covered desert and mountains for over five million square miles. In the upcoming days, new adventures with your expedition leaders await you in this pristine wilderness with towering mountains of ice as far as the eye can see. Your first landing in Zodiacs is at crescent-shaped Half Moon Island, a jewel of diversity in the polar landscape. This small island in the South Shetland chain boasts breathtaking mountainous views and is home to colonies of Chinstrap penguins, Kelp gulls and several species of seals. Alternatively, you stop in Yankee Harbor, a base for early sealers because of its remarkable natural haven. Here, the Gentoo penguin colony survives with its over 4,000 breeding pairs and gorgeous views surround you of the Bransfield Strait, a common feeding spot for whales. A celebratory dinner marks your first night in Antarctica
Overnight: Antarctica Cruise
Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

DAY 15 - Antarctica-Deception Island
On deck this morning, gaze at magnificent scenes of seabirds flying against blue skies and colorful marine wildlife that populates the crystal-clear waters. Here, in the midst of the great white open, you’ll find nature at its most sublime. On your Zodiac landing at Deception Island in the South Shetland Islands, an exploration of Whalers Bay known for its warm springs and black volcanic sand, resulting from enormous volcanic eruptions. After seeing the ruins of the 20th century whaling station, return to the ship. On board there are lectures, scientific discussions and astonishing views from the deck
Overnight: Antarctica Cruise
Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

DAY 16 - Antarctica-Neko Harbor or Almirante Brown Research Station
The landscapes in Antarctica, the coldest, driest, highest and cleanest continent on Earth, have remained inspirational since the day man first set eyes upon this fifth largest continent. Go ashore at Neko Harbor, one of the few places where you can land on the mainland. Surrounded by mountains and nestled in fjord-like Andvord Bay, your visit is to a Gentoo penguin colony. Here, you also view elephant seals and hike to a viewpoint to soak in the stunning scenery. Alternatively, dependent on conditions, you may visit the Almirante Brown Research Station in Paradise Harbor, a nesting place for both Gentoo and Chinstrap penguins
Overnight: Antarctica Cruise
Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

DAY 17 - Antarctica-Almirante Brown Research Station or Neko Harbor, Lemaire Channel
Your landing today is at Almirante Brown research station or Neko Harbor. Later, an exciting evening cruise to Lemaire Channel where steep, sheer cliffs rise above the narrow iceberg-filled passage. Since the sun never completely sets in Antarctica, you can navigate well into the night while experiencing exquisite glacial shows and spectacular evening colors. As the ship’s captain navigates around Lemaire Channel, you might have a chance to see humpback whales and orcas
Overnight: Antarctica Cruise
Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

DAY 18 - Antarctica - Cuverville or Danco Island
A thrilling passage through crunching icebergs takes you to Cuverville Island on the scenic Errera Channel. You’ll be welcomed here by colonies of waddling chinstrap penguins! The Errera Channel - a waterway between Rongé Island and the Arctowski Peninsula - is narrow and truly magnificent. Because of its shallow and narrow waters, you may be treated to a fantastic spectacle of icebergs wedged against each other creating a massive ice sculpture. On the last evening in Antarctica, bid a fond farewell to your extraordinary once in a lifetime experience and set course for the Drake Passage
Overnight: Antarctica Cruise
Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

DAY 19 - Cruising The Drake Passage
The ship begins its voyage back through the Drake Passage. Activities include informative discussions and lectures with the ship’s naturalists that will surely enrich your new-found knowledge. Spend time on deck scouting out seabirds or whales and the elusive albatross. It’s time to remember, reflect and rejoice
Overnight: Antarctica Cruise
Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

DAY 20 - Cape Horn - Puerto Williams
The journey today transports you through the Beagle Channel to Cape Horn, symbolic of your return to civilization. If good conditions prevail, a landing will be attempted on this barren mass of land. On the route, you may stop at Puerto Williams, the small town between the ocean and the mountains before sailing through the Chilean Fjords for one last landing in a glacial wilderness. After dinner tonight, share journals of your adventure in the Antarctic with your expedition leaders and newfound friends
Overnight: Antarctica Cruise
Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

DAY 21 - Chilean Fjords
A day of restful cruising in the Chilean Fjords. On your last day on board, it’s time to wish warm thanks to the Captain and crew of the MS Midnatsol and reflect on the enduring images and experiences of this breathtaking continent
Overnight: Antarctica Cruise
Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

DAY 22 - Cruise Disembarkation, Fly to Santiago
Early morning arrival in Punta Arenas. Disembarkation from the M/S Midnatsol and transfer to the airport for your flight to Santiago. Upon arrival, check into the hotel. Balance of the day at leisure
Overnight: Santiago
Meals: Breakfast

DAY 23 - Santiago City Tour
This morning's city tour takes you through the colonial neighborhoods of the city that contrast with the modern financial center, known as Sanhattan. Pass by beautiful residences that are part of the Barrio Universitario (University Area). In the historical center visit the lively Plaza de Armas, with its fountains, sculpture and intriguing people-watching opportunities. The tour continues with a drive along the green Parque Forestal with its stunning Fine Arts museum. Continue crossing the bohemian neighborhood of Bellavista and climbing up San Cristóbal Hill to a viewpoint, for a magnificent panoramic view of the city with its backdrop of the towering Andes Mountains. This afternoon, join the optional excursion to the Undurraga Winery in the Maipo Valley, one of Chile's most important wine producing areas. Taste some of Chile's world-famous wines during the tour before returning to Santiago. Tonight, enjoy a Farewell Dinner with your fellow travelers and your Tour Manager
Optional: Half Day Undurraga Winery Tour & Tasting (PM)
Overnight: Santiago
Meals: Breakfast, Dinner

DAY 24 - Depart Chile
Transfer to the airport for your departure flight
Meals: Breakfast


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Buenos Aires Dinner & Tango Show

Tonight enjoy an excellent dinner and tango show in downtown Buenos Aires. This has become a favorite of local residents as well as visitors and is the ideal setting for a delicious dinner and an alluring tango show. The Tango displays complete cultural expression, a plot of myths, values and traditions.

Pick-up and drop-off at hotel. Approximate tour duration is 3.5 hours.

Day #3 11 Jan 2017 - 10 Jan 2018 $79.00
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Half Day Undurraga Winery Tour & Tasting

This morning depart Santiago towards the Maipo Valley, one of Chile’s most important wine producing areas. Don Francisco Undurraga was one of the pioneers of wine making in Chile, and created the Viña Undurraga in 1885 with plants brought back from France and Germany. Today, with more than 125 years of tradition, Undurraga is present in more than 70 countries. Undurraga produces Cabernet Sauvignon, Sauvignon Blanc, Merlot, Pinot Noir, Riesling, Gewürstraminer, Carménère, and Chardonnay. There is a tasting of different wines during the tour and the cost includes a souvenir glass. Afterwards, return to the hotel.

Pick-up and drop-off at hotel; Tour duration is approximately 4 hours.

Day #23 11 Jan 2017 - 18 Apr 2017 $49.00
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South American Glaciers, Forests & Lakes with 4 Day Patagonia Cruise , January 0001
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It was wonderful! Highly recommend it and tour manager Marina was fantastic.

Sandra M. Houston, TX
South American Glaciers, Forests & Lakes with 4 Day Patagonia Cruise, November 2016
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This was our first trip with Gate 1. We have traveled previously with OAT and Odyssey. Both of these companies were excellent. We had some concerns that Gate 1 might not measure up. Well we were WRONG! All aspects were fabulous - the hotels, the vans/buses, the food, the locations etc. but the major plus was Berenice, our guide. There are not enough superlatives to adequately describe her. She was incredibly knowledgeable. Obviously she loves Patagonia and her excitement was contagious. She did several " special " activities with our group that went above and beyond. As stated before not enough superlatives! Loved this trip, loved our guide and Gate 1 will be our go to tour group from hence forth.

David B. Pittsburgh, PA
South American Glaciers, Forests & Lakes with 4 Day Patagonia Cruise , October 2016
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The trip was wonderful. One of the best aspects was our trip leader, Noelia. She is the most energetic and enthusiastic guide/tour manager I've ever traveled with. If I ever travel in Chile or Argentina again I hope she is leading the tour. It would be hard to pick a best event from the overall itinerary. The Perito Moreno glacier was incredible, my pictures were some of the best I've ever taken. Actually my best ever picture, that I've included, was taken there but as you can see it's of an eagle, not the ice! Torres del Paine was also beautiful. We were lucky and had great weather through out and daily had great views of the mountains. The trip highlight was the four day cruise which ended with a landing at Cape Horn, again incredible luck and weather. I will absolutely go on another Discovery tour but it will have to be extremely fantastic to beat this one.

Anita T. Hampton, VA
South American Glaciers, Forests & Lakes with 4 Day Patagonia Cruise, March 2016
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We had a wonderful time. The itinerary was wonderful, guides great, weather pretty much cooperated and it was an experience we will not forget. Our main trip manager, Silvania, was great. The people on the tour were a good group. Overall, what a great experience.

Frieda B. Oceanside, NY