Majestic blue and turquoise millenary ice of up to 3 miles wide; beautiful reddish sunsets; and unique, deep nights, special for gazing at the Milky Way, make this unforgettable Quest for the Spirit of the Glaciers the favorite choice of the most demanding travelers. Along the trip, we will learn about the evolution of glaciers as well as the history of the pioneers in the region.
The brand new Santa Cruz ship, equipped with huge panoramic windows in the cabins and communal lounges, allows the contemplation of the unique sights that Lake Argentino offers. The Quest for the The Spirit of the Glaciers includes landings in specific panoramic sites so as to observe, interpret and understand the most surprising characteristics of the place. Read all the details about this fantastic experience.
An ideal option in order to master two of southern Patagonia’s major sites: first, a visit to the majestic Glaciers with their magical, blue ices (World Heritage Site) and finally, Tierra del Fuego, the uttermost End of the World.
Recently they have been declared New World Wonder. Nothing in the world compares to stop and stare at the huge water torrents flowing immensely and endlessly. Take a look at our special offer for 2013!
Know in detail the history of this route between Argentina and Chile through lakes and mountains that, long before becoming an icon of tourism, had already been used by the Aborigines and the Jesuits.
The circuit offers the travelers the opportunity to marvel at nature in two national parks in the Andean environment, the Perez Rosales in Chile and the Nahuel Huapi in Argentina, “surf” the Andes through lakes and rivers, visit places that are truly magic, like Puerto Blest and Peulla, and enjoy at both ends of the tour two beautiful cities: Bariloche and Puerto Varas.
The Perito Moreno Glacier is known worldwide for its breakup process. The front of the glacier, when reaching the coast, shuts off the waters of Brazo Rico and produces a kind of dam with an unevenness between one arm of the lake and the other, generating a leak that leads to the awaited ice fracture.
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