Fjords of Tierra Del Fuego
With Viva Expeditions!
5 Days from $2078
per person, twin share*
SALE ENDS 31 July 2019
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This great 5 day cruise takes you from the Chilean port of Punta Arenas through the Southern Fiords to arrive in Ushuaia, the most southerly city in the world. Cruise through the Straight of Magellan, which separates the large island of Tierra del Fuego from continental Chile and Argentina, be awed by the massive glaciers of southern Patagonia, and visit Cape Horn at the southern tip of the South American continent.While on board enjoy breakfast, lunch, and dinner and an open bar during the whole journey. You will enjoy the exquisite food and famous Chilean wines from a menu that includes international food and typical local dishes, from alternating a la carte menus and buffet. Selected dates between September 2019 to 4 April 2020
Special only available for travellers departing from New Zealand. Exclusive to Viva Expeditions. Save 15%, any cabin type Applies for season 19/20 and 20/21. Book by 31 July 2019 Cannot be combined with any other promotions. Prices are correct at time of printing, subject to availability, currency fluctuation & may be amended or withdrawn at any time without notice. Amendment and cancellation fees apply. Travel Agent professional service fees may apply. Prices are in New Zealand dollars for payment by cash, cheque and eftpos only. We welcome all major credit cards however a credit card processing fee will apply. Whilst every care is taken to accurately present the information & pricing we reserve the right to correct any errors or omissions. Further terms and conditions apply. Contact us for further details.
Comfortable accommodation on board cruise ship, based on cabin B
All-inclusive meals and bar with selected beverages, liquors, and wines
FEES & SERVICES
Daily excursions on Zodiac boats
Audiovisual presentations on the regions flora, fauna, geography, geography, glaciology, ethnography
Official languages on board are Spanish and English