Hurtigruten Expeditions has rolled out a series of expedition cruises for 2024, combining the Patagonian Fjords of South America and Antarctica.
The 17-day Antarctica, Patagonia and Chilean Fjords Expedition will set sail from Punta Arenas, Chile. Passengers will spend four days in the Chilean fjords and seven days in Antarctica.
Called MS Maud, the small and purpose-built expedition ship will also embark on 23 and 24-day voyages from Buenos Aires, Argentina, to Antarctica, then Punta Arenas. Guests can explore South America, the Falkland Islands and South Georgia all in one.
Passengers will experience the natural beauty of Chile, before heading to Antarctica – the most remote and uninhabited place on Earth.
Guests will be able to spot various aquatic wildlife such as whales, penguins and seals.
The expedition will cover icebergs and glaciers, as well as the same rugged landscapes that explorers discovered centuries ago.
Hurtigruten’s knowledgeable team will also lead landings and talks. Scientists and experts will be on hand to offer valuable insights and perspectives, too.
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