Southern Explorer & Antarctica or v.v

From El Chalten to Ushuaia OR From Ushuaia to El Chalten
  • Argentina
  • Chile
  • Patagonia
  • Expedition
  • Walking
  • Cruising
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Tour Description

Explore remote Southern Patagonia and discover some of South America's finest national parks including the Los Glaciers National Park, home to some of the worlds most stunning ice formations, Torres Del Paine National Park famous for its granite pillars, lakes and mountains & Tierra Del Fuego National Park, located in one of the most Southern regions of the world. From there embark on a genuine adventure to the world's most remote wilderness! Our Antarctic expedition focuses on some of the planet's most impressive wildlife and dramatic landscapes. During our journey, our team of lecturers and guides will share their knowledge of the region's fascinating natural history. This is a voyage of intense natural beauty and a chance to be at one with the great outdoors.

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Tour Itinerary

Day 1
El Chalten

After arriving into El Calafate airport, you will be met at the airport and transferred to El Chalten, located in the stunning Parque Nacional Los Glaciares.

Day 2
El Chalten

A full day hiking today, we meet our local guides and set off on one of the main hiking trails in the wonderful Los Glaciares National Park. Enjoy spectacular scenery and obtain views of the magical Cerro Torre or the wonderful Mount Fitzroy.

Day 3
El Chalten El Calafate

Spend the morning exploring some of the other great walking trails El Chalten is famous for. Discover great views of the peaks of Cerro Torre and Mount Fitz Roy as well as spectacular rivers, lakes and forests, and if you lucky watch condors circling high above. There are many options available form short walk of less than an hour to longer half day hikes. In the mid-afternoon, we will continue by road to El Calafate. Enroute we will stop at a historic homestead saloon.

Day 4
El Calafate

Visit the Perito Moreno Glacier, one of the earths most dynamic and accessible ice fields.

Day 5
El Calafate Torres Del Paine

We will cross into Chile to Torres Del Paine, South Americas finest National Park and a trekker’s paradise. Declared a Reserve of the Biosphere by UNESCO in 1978 it is located amongst the mountain range of the Andes and the Patagonian steppe. In this zone, the colossal towers and horns of granite and rock that have given world-wide fame to it, with heights of up to 3,050 meters above the sea level. The park preserves fragile ecosystems, numerous animals like guanacos, condors, ñandues (South American ostrich), foxes and the elusive puma.

The 3 famous hikes we cover inside the park, these are:
(a) Los Torres Hike
(b) French Valley Hike
(c) Greys Glacier Hike

Instead of walking these continuously, carrying all your hiking gear like on the Big W (a 4-day hike), we break it into three separate walks, covering different sections of the park and hiking an average of 15km (9.5mi) to 20km (12mi) each day. The group is assisted by expert local trekking guides who share information about the environment and guide you through the hiking trails.

If you are not hiking there are other activities available inside Torres Del Paine including tours be a vehicle, boat and on horse-back. However, please note these activities are subject to availability and minimum numbers and will incur an additional cost. Please ask about our Torres Light Add-On.

Day 6
Torres del Paine

Las Torres Hike (Difficult)

Hiking to view the iconic Las Torres (the Towers) is a challenging yet immensely satisfying hike, a highlight for all experienced trekkers. The Towers are the three massive granite columns that encircle the smaller Torres Glacier.

The Towers hike is by far the most strenuous of all the hikes. From the entrance, you have a 1.5km/1mi flat warm-up to the start of the trailhead at Hosteria Las Torres. You start off climbing up the side of one of the mountains, all dirt paths and quite steep in gradient in areas. It then flattens out as you scale the side of the valley with a great river underneath you.

A short downhill section will bring you to the Refugio Chileno. Here you can buy snacks and rest for a while and use the facilities. Although you can see the tips of the towers from the Refugio, this hike is fully appreciated when you are able to hike the full length. Once you leave the Refugio you start climbing again for about 1-hour crossing rivers and passing through a beautiful forest. The final 45 minutes are quite challenging as you scramble up boulders to the base of the towers.

*We offer a fantastic optional day for those unable to attempt the Towers. It involves heading to another section of the park, enjoying a shorter hike and visiting indigenous hand paintings while still having a view of the Towers.

Full walk takes approximately 8 - 9 hours return including time for lunch and depending on your ability/physical strength.

Day 7
Torres del Paine

French Valley Hike (Moderate – Difficult)

The French Valley is the most beautiful valley in the Torres del Paine National Park. It is a steep hike and offers incredible its unique panoramic views of Los Cuernos del Paine, the French Glacier and Lakes Nordenskjold, Pehoé, Scottsburg and Toro.

This walk starts at the same place as the Greys Glacier walk and between the hikes we stay overnight at the Paine Grande Refuge so you do not have to return across the lake to our hotel, effectively allowing you additional time to complete the hikes. This is a very different walk to the Greys Glacier. Slightly longer for the shorter walk and at times, the track can be rocky and steep. The entrance to the valley is Italiano Camp (7.5km/4.5mi) and is our short hike stopping point. For those who continue up into the valley to the French Lookout, the trail becomes steep with loose gravel and boulders. With a 300m/1000ft elevation gain, you have wonderful views of the valley as well as the amazing view of mountains all around. You can sit, watch and hear ice crack and maybe even see a mini avalanche.

The full walk takes approximately 8 - 9 hours return including time for lunch and depending on your ability and physical strength.

Day 8
Torres del Paine Puerto Natales

Greys Glacier trek (Easy-moderate)

Grey Glacier is one of the principal tourist attractions located in Chile. As soon as you get to this place you will be breath taken with the lakes creamy blue colour dotted with icebergs floating and the Patagonia Icefield at the back.

Initially, you will walk through a valley before climbing a steep incline, onto a ridge taking you first through a burnout forest and then into a green live forest.

A little further along the trail brings you to an elevated view of Grey Lake. You hike along an exposed ridgeline before reaching the Grey Glacier Lookout point. (Approx 2.5hrs)
If you are looking for a short hike this would be your turn around point, heading back the same way to the start of the trail. Continuing down another 2 hours further from this point you get to the main Refugio Grey Glacier viewpoint which brings you a lot closer to this magnificent ice sheet. From here you have a magnificent view of the glacier across the water and usually the wonderful blue of the icebergs floating in the lake below. All viewpoints of the glacier are from a front on angle.

The full walk takes approximately 7 - 8 hours return including time for lunch and depending on your ability/physical strength.

At the conclusion of your full-day trekking, we will head to our hotel in Puerto Natales.

Day 9
Puerto Natales Punta Arenas

After a leisurely morning we will head off to Punta Arenas, located on the edge of the Straights of Magallen. Tonight you will enjoy a meal prepared by a talented, local chef who takes local regional foods and gives you a taste of the variety of unusual tastes and flavours they have.

Day 10
Punta Arenas Cerro Sombrero

Enjoy your morning exploring Punta Arenas before crossing the Straights of Magellan onto the island of Tierra Del Fuego.

Day 11
Cerro Sombrero Ushuaia

Visit a King Penguin colony on the way to Ushuaia, the most southerly city in the world.

Day 12
Ushuaia

Take a cruise on the Beagle Channel to view wildlife and learn of the region's history. Explore Tierra Del Fuego National Park and arrive at ’the end of the road’: Lapatia Bay.

Day 13
Ushuaia

You'll have some free time to explore the museums, shops and restaurants. A Viva recommendation, check out the Museo Marítimo y del Presidio de Ushuaia. It's well worth the visit.

Day 14
Embarkation in Ushuaia

Today you will be transferred to the pier to start your Antarctica cruise in the late afternoon. Here you will be welcomed aboard the Ocean Endeavour.

Your cruise will depart in the evening, heading towards the Drake Passage, the next continent to be sighted will be Antarctica.

Day 15-16
At sea crossing the Drake Passage

It's time to prepare for some potentially rough but exciting seas as your cruise crosses the Drake Passage, named after the explorer Sir Francis Drake.

This is a great time to really settle in, relax, enjoy the cruise, get to know your shipmates and expedition team. There will be many presentations about Antarctica including the history, geology and wildlife.

As the cruise enters Antarctic waters, the temperatures will drop, and the excitement starts to build. At the Antarctic Convergence lookout for a variety of seabirds, whales and other species attracted by the nutrient-rich waters.

There is a chance your Antarctica cruise will reach landfall early evening of day 4 and the true beginning of your Antarctic expedition.

Day 17-20
South Shetland Islands Antarctic Peninsula

These next four days your cruise will explore the South Shetland Islands and the Antarctic Peninsula. Enjoy majestic mountains, glaciers, imposing icebergs, ice-strewn waters and abundance of wildlife.

The core of your adventure will be on the Antarctic Peninsula. Each day will be different filled with zodiac cruises amongst icebergs, snowshoeing trips (please note there is an extra cost for snowshoeing) and photography workshops with experts. There's plenty of wildlife here with thousands of penguins, seals and the chance to see whales cruising past your zodiac or kayak.

Spend your time exploring local bays, channels and landing sites. We will visit penguin rookeries, seal and bird colonies, whale feeding areas, sites of historical and scientific interest and climb to some of the best vantage points. Please be aware; the itinerary will need to be flexible due to unpredictable weather conditions.

The cruise continues through the Antarctica Peninsula providing spectacular views on the ships outer decks.

Day 21-22
Cruising back across the Drake Passage

Hopefully, there will be time and suitable weather conditions to make one final shore landing on Antarctica before we depart, heading out across the Drake Passage. Enjoy your time on deck spotting whales and seabirds with the help of your expedition team. On the evening of day 22, we will hopefully reach the calmer waters of the Beagle Channel.

Day 23
Disembarkation in Ushuaia

Your Antarctica cruise is scheduled to arrive in port at Ushuaia in the early hours of the morning. You will have a final breakfast aboard the Ocean Endeavour before your transfer back to the airport.


PLEASE NOTE:

• You are advised not to book a flight out of Ushuaia before midday on disembarkation day, in case of delays caused by unfavourable weather conditions. Cruise itinerary is subject to change depending on weather conditions, ice conditions and other factors.

• This itinerary runs from El Chalten to Ushuaia, or vice versa depending on the date.

• 18 Jan 2021 - 18 Feb 2021 is our Southern Explorer small group tour plus our 21 day Antarctica, South Georgia and Falklands Explorer! Please ask us for more details on this exciting itinerary.

Day 1
Ushuaia

After arriving in Ushuaia on your first day, you'll have some free time to explore the museums, shops and restaurants. A Viva recommendation, check out the Museo Marítimo y del Presidio de Ushuaia. It's well worth the visit.

Day 2
Embarkation in Ushuaia

Today you will be transferred to the pier to start your Antarctica cruise in the late afternoon. Here you will be welcomed aboard the Ocean Endeavour.

Your cruise will depart in the evening, heading towards the Drake Passage, the next continent to be sighted will be Antarctica.

Day 3-4
At sea crossing the Drake Passage

It's time to prepare for some potentially rough but exciting seas as your cruise crosses the Drake Passage, named after the explorer Sir Francis Drake.

This is a great time to really settle in, relax, enjoy the cruise, get to know your shipmates and expedition team. There will be many presentations about Antarctica including the history, geology and wildlife.

As the cruise enters Antarctic waters, the temperatures will drop, and the excitement starts to build. At the Antarctic Convergence lookout for a variety of seabirds, whales and other species attracted by the nutrient-rich waters.

There is a chance your Antarctica cruise will reach landfall early evening of day 4 and the true beginning of your Antarctic expedition.

Day 5-8
South Shetland Islands Antarctic Peninsula

These next four days your cruise will explore the South Shetland Islands and the Antarctic Peninsula. Enjoy majestic mountains, glaciers, imposing icebergs, ice-strewn waters and abundance of wildlife.

The core of your adventure will be on the Antarctic Peninsula. Each day will be different filled with zodiac cruises amongst icebergs, snowshoeing trips (please note there is an extra cost for snowshoeing) and photography workshops with experts. There's plenty of wildlife here with thousands of penguins, seals and the chance to see whales cruising past your zodiac or kayak.

Spend your time exploring local bays, channels and landing sites. We will visit penguin rookeries, seal and bird colonies, whale feeding areas, sites of historical and scientific interest and climb to some of the best vantage points. Please be aware; the itinerary will need to be flexible due to unpredictable weather conditions.

The cruise continues through the Antarctica Peninsula providing spectacular views on the ships outer decks.

Day 9-10
Cruising back across the Drake Passage

Hopefully, there will be time and suitable weather conditions to make one final shore landing on Antarctica before we depart, heading out across the Drake Passage. Enjoy your time on deck spotting whales and seabirds with the help of your expedition team. On the evening of day 10, we will hopefully reach the calmer waters of the Beagle Channel.

Day 11
Disembarkation in Ushuaia Start of small group tour

Your Antarctica cruise is scheduled to arrive in port at Ushuaia in the early hours of the morning. You will have a final breakfast aboard the Ocean Endeavour before your transfer to the hotel.

SOUTHERN EXPLORER SMALL GROUP TOUR STARTS TODAY

Ushuaia is the most southerly city in the world with a dramatic setting overlooking the Beagle Channel, surrounded by mountains. It is a major port for Antarctic bound vessels and an interesting city to explore. The Museo Marítimo y del Presidio de Ushuaia, (Maritime & the Prison of Ushuaia Museum), located in the former prison of Ushuaia in buildings dating back to 1906, is well worth a visit. Tierra del Fuego National Park, a short bus ride from Ushuaia was the first shoreline National Park to be established in Argentina. It is a rugged, mountainous park with great views of Lapataia Bay and dramatic scenery with waterfalls, mountains, glaciers and lakes including parts of Fagnano and Roca Lakes. There are many hiking trails within the park including the Coastal Path (Senda Costera) that connects Ensenada Bay to Lapataia Bay on Lago Roca and the park is home to many species of birds and animals.

This evening you will enjoy dinner with your tour leader and group.

Overnight at Hotel Tierra del Fuego including breakfast.

Day 12
Ushuaia

Today we visit Tierra Del Fuego National Park where you will be able to enjoy the wonderful natural environment with visits to Lake Roca, Beaver Dams and Lapataia Bay, ”The End ofthe Road” where National Route N° 3 ends, over 3000 Km (more than 1,860 miles) from Buenos Aires.

In the afternoon you will embark the catamaran that will take you through the waters of Beagle Channel. The tour begins sailing along Ushuaia Bay from where you will get an excellent panoramic view of the city framed by Andean mountains. Once you have reached the end of the bay, you will go through Paso Chico, which indicates the start of the mythic Beagle Channel. You will border the northern coast passing by Archipelago Bridges till you reach Birds Island, where you will be able to appreciate the great variety of sea birds that live in the area: cormorants, albatrosses, ducks, sea gulls, etc. Close to this place, you will see the Sea Lions and a unique opportunity to watch at the same time sea lions of two different species. You will finally get to Les Eclaireurs Lighthouse, the iconic symbol of the beagle channel before returning to Ushuaia.

Overnight at Hotel Tierra del Fuego including breakfast.

Day 13
Ushuaia Cerro Sombrero

Visit a King Penguin colony on the way to Cerro Sombrero. King Penguins are usually only found on sub Antarctic islands, such as the remote and difficult to access South Georgia and the Falkland Islands. Observing them in Tierra del Fuego, therefore, is a very unique opportunity!

Overnight at Hosteria Tunkelen including breakfast.

Day 14
Cerro Sombrero Punta Arenas

Crossing the Straights of Magellan we arrive into Punta Arenas, the capital of Southern Chile. Afternoon at leisure to explore the city. Tonight you will enjoy a meal of that includes tasters of regional wild game prepared in various ways by the talented head chef.

Overnight at Hotel Plaza including breakfast.

Day 15
Punta Arenas Torres del Paine

Today we head to South Americas finest National Park, stopping in the seaside town of Puerto Natales for lunch and some supplies.

Torres del Paine National Park was declared Reserve of the Biosphere by UNESCO in 1978 located among the mountain range of the Andes and the Patagonian steppe. In this zone, the colossal towers and horns of granite and rock that have given world-wide fame to it, with heights of up to 3,050 meters above the sea level. The park preserves fragile ecosystems where about 25 species of mammals live, standing out the pumas, foxes, ñandues (South American ostrich), condors and flamencos and guanacos concentrated between the Sarmiento and Nordenskjold lakes and in the Amarga and Azul lagoons. Famous is the Pehoe and the Grey Lake with its glacier that is 4 km wide and more than 30 meters high.

The 3 most famous treks inside the park are:
(a) Greys Glacier Hike (b) French Valley Hike (c) Los Torres Hike

Instead of walking these in one go like on the Big W (a 4 day hike), we break it into the three separate walks giving people the option of walking all three or only one or two if they would prefer. There are also other activities available inside Torres Del Paine including fabulous horse riding and boat trips for those wanting to walk a little less. Even spending a day around the hotel which is situated right on the edge of Lake Pehoe, where condors often circle overhead, is a great way to spend the day.

Overnight at Hotel Rio Serrano.

Day 16
Greys Glacier

Grey Glacier is one of Chile’s principal tourist attractions. As soon as you get to this place you will be breath taken with the lakes creamy blue colour dotted with floating icebergs that has at one end the vast Patagonian Ice Field. This is an excellent walk. Initially, you will walk through forest and then bordering lakes and views of the Glacier Grey. There
are two options for this walk. You can walk for about 2 +/- hours (1 way) to the first viewpoint of the glacier. It is a pinnacle of rock that you can sit on and have lunch.

If you wanted a shorter hike you would turn around at this point and head back to the start of the track. Another 2 hours further from this point you get to the main Greys Glacier view point which brings you a lot closer to this magnificent ice sheet. From here you have a great view of the glacier across the water and usually the wonderful blue of the icebergs floating in the lake below. All viewpoints of the glacier are from a front on angle.

Greys Glacier is an excellent walk with fantastic views; it is also the easiest of the three main walks in the park. A lot of it is reasonably flat with a few steep ups and downs in some areas. It is do-able by everyone at their own pace. The full walk takes approximately 7 - 8 hours return including time for lunch and depending on your ability and physical strength.

Overnight at Paine Grande Mountain Lodge including meals.

Day 17
French Valley Hike

The French Valley is the most beautiful valley in the Torres del Paine National Park. It is a steep hike and offers incredible its 360-degree unique panoramic views of Los Cuernos del Paine, the French Glacier and Lakes Nordenskjold, Pehoé, Scottsburg and Toro.

This walk starts at the same place as the Greys Glacier walk and between the hikes we stay overnight at the Paine Grande. Refuge so that you do not have to return across the lake to our hotel, effectively allowing you additional time to complete the hikes.

This is a very different walk to the Greys Glacier. More up and down hiking and at times the track can be rocky and steep. But an equally beautiful walk with stunning views. Enjoy wonderful views of Lago Pehoe, the surrounding mountains and all the different peaks in the area as well as spectacular hanging glaciers. You can sit and watch and hear the ice crack and maybe even see a mini avalanche. The view point at the end of the trek is amazing – 360-degree views of mountains all around.

The full walk takes approximately 8 - 9 hours return including time for lunch and depending on your ability and physical strength.

Overnight at Hotel Rio Serrano.

Day 18
Las Torres Hike

Hiking to view the iconic Las Torres (the towers) is a must-do for all keen trekkers. The Torres are three massive granite columns that encircle the smaller Torres Glacier.

This walk takes about 8 hours return. The Towers walk is probably the most testing of all the walks. From Hosteria Las Torres you start off climbing up the side of one of the mountains, all dirt paths and quite steep in gradient in areas. It then flattens out as you scale the side of the valley with a great river underneath you. Along the way you will arrive at another refuge. Here you can buy snacks and rest for a while. Some people may find that they will just go to this point (a 4 hour return hike) and on a clear day you will see Los Torres from this point. Once you leave this refuge you will start climbing again and the last 45 minutes is quite challenging as you scramble up boulders to the base of the towers. It is a walk that any one of reasonable fitness can do but it is challenging.

Note regarding hikes in Torres Del Paine – You are not obliged to continue to the furthermost point on each trek unless you want to. There is always the option to take a shorter hike or non-trekking excursions can be arranged locally.

Overnight at Hotel Rio Serrano.

Day 19
Torres del Paine El Calafate

We cross back into Argentina and arrive to El Calafate, your base to visit the impressive Perito Moreno Glacier.

Overnight at Hotel Del Glaciar including breakfast.

Day 20
El Calafate

We leave early to have the area for just ourselves to enjoy, with no rush and plenty of time for bird watching. When we get to Moreno Glacier, after a great drive through the National Park and the steppe accompanied by an expert professional guide, we don't go straight to the regular panoramic point. That comes after a walk outside the conventional circuits, where we will enjoy almost by ourselves the glacier's north face in all its splendour, watching and hearing giant chunks of ice plummet into the waters of Lake Argentino.

Our expert guide will explain anything you want to know about the area as we walk in front of Moreno Glacier on a nature interpretation walk. We then go into the footbridges area, where you have time to enjoy at your leisure.

At the end of the tour, we ride a boat in front of the Iceberg Channel. This is a wonderful way to get close to the glacier and appreciate its daunting size and power.

After the dizzying encounter with Moreno Glacier, we head back to Calafate, arriving around 5pm.

Overnight at Hotel Del Glaciar including breakfast.

Day 21
El Calafate El Chalten

Today drive around the beautiful Lake Argentina to El Chalten. Enroute we will stop at a historic homestead saloon with some famous outlaw visitors.

We will arrive to El Chalten, a small town nestled quietly under the imposing peak of Chalten (also known as Mount Fitzroy, named after the captain of the Beagle, who navigated Darwin’s Expedition of the area in 1834).

In the afternoon explore some of the great walking trails El Chalten is famous for. Discover great views of the peaks of Cerro Torre and Mount Fitz Roy as well as spectacular rivers, lakes and forests, and if you lucky watch condors circling high above. There are many options available form short walk of less than an hour to longer half day hikes.

Overnight at Hotel Kalenshen including breakfast.

Day 22
El Chalten

Trek through the National Park in El Chalten, Argentina's trekking capital. Enjoy spectacular scenery and obtain views of the magical Cerro Torres or the wonderful Mount Fitzroy. The trekking will vary depending on the conditions however every path through this unspoilt wilderness offers breath-taking views of pristine Lakes, Mountains, Glaciers and Forest. Keep your eyes peeled to spot some of the bird’s native to this region including Woodpeckers, Caracaras and even condors.

Overnight at Hotel Kalenshen including breakfast.

Day 23
Departure from El Chalten

Depart El Chalten with wonderful memories, and a new respect of our wonderful planet courtesy of Patagonia.

After breakfast, you will be transferred to El Calafate airport for your flight to Buenos Aires

PLEASE NOTE:

• This itinerary runs from El Chalten to Ushuaia, or vice versa depending on the date.

• 18 Jan 2021 - 18 Feb 2021 is our Southern Explorer small group tour plus our 21 day Antarctica, South Georgia and Falklands Explorer! Please ask us for more details on this exciting itinerary.

What’s Included

Accommodation
  • Included Copy 20 11 nights accommodation in standard hotels and guesthouses
  • Included Copy 20 1 night in hiking refuge in Torres Del Paine National Park
  • Included Copy 20 10 nights onboard the cruise ship in C cabin
  • Included Copy 31 Cabin upgrades available
Food
  • Included Copy 20 22 Breakfasts
  • Included Copy 20 19 Lunches
  • Included Copy 20 19 Dinners
Fees & Services
  • Included Copy 20 Fully escorted in South America in our custom built all-terrain expedition vehicles
  • Included Copy 20 Service of an experienced tour leader as well as local guides
  • Included Copy 20 Experienced Driver/Mechanic
  • Included Copy 20 All National Park Entrance fees
  • Included Copy 20 In Antarctica, all shore excursions, activities and lectures
  • Included Copy 31 We have many Antarctica cruise options connecting with our Patagonia tours, as such itineraries may
  • Included Copy 31 The itinerary can be done in reverse
Transportation
Expedition Vehicle

Ocean Endeavour | Antarctic & Arctic Cruise Ship

199 Passengers

Activities

  • Included Viedma Glacier Ice Trekking El Chalten
  • Included Guided Hiking in El Chalten - El Chalten
  • Included Moreno Glacier day trip including Nautical Safari El Calafate
  • Included Day Hikes/Excursions Torres Del Paine National Park
  • Included Useless Bay King Penguin Colony Tierra Del Fuego
  • Included Crossing the Straights of Magellan
  • Included Beagle Channel Boat trip Ushuaia
  • Included Tour of Tierra del Fuego National Park - Ushuaia
  • Included All shore excursions and activities throughout the journey by zodiac
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