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Navarino Island - Tierra del Fuego Wildlife observation

Staying at Lakutaia Hotel the southernmost hotel of the world - provides you with the opportunity to visit places of unparallelled beauty. Marvel at the Majestic Darwin Mountain, crowned by innumerable glaciers. At the southernmost point of Tierra del Fuego island, you will be able to navigate through intricate channels, breathtaking fjords and the mythical Cape Horn, landmark of sailboat enthusiasts from all over the world. Lakutaia Hotel offers 24 comfortable double rooms with private bath, central heating. Facilities include an excellent restaurant with international and typical regional cuisine, spacious halls for a comfortable stay, internet area and a nice library/map facility, where guests can look up all the topics related to the culture and nature - fauna, flora and geography of this southernmost region of South America. Mountain bikes and kayaks are also available at the hotel.

Isla Navarino - Tierra del Fuego, Chile itinerary (1K)

Day 1: Punta Arenas Puerto Williams

Fly on board Aerovias DAP to the beautiful city of Puerto Williams. From the sky we will enjoy a overwhelming landscape which leads us to discover the Magellan Strait, the beautiful Darwin Mountain Range glaciers, channels and colorful lakes (flight time, 1:20 hrs)

Day 2: The Darwin Route: Sailing to Wulaia

Breakfast at Lodge.
Sailing to Wulaia Bay it is very appealing not only because of its wonderful landscapes but also because represents one of the most important historical moments of modern science: Young Darwin meets with the local communities, the “cultural end of human evolution” according to his own words. Wulaia is of extraordinary beauty, considered the historical capital city of Tierra del Fuego. It is the place where Commander Fitz-Roy and Young naturalist Charles Darwin returned with the 3 indigenous knowned as Jemmy Button, Fuegia Basket and York Minster, after an “educative trip” to England. It is the same place where many years after, Button and his people massacred a large number of English missioners. By the end of XIX century, Peace returned to Wulaia with the settlement of estancias (cattle ranch), and a radio station where you can witness its remains. We will have the possibility to enjoy a little view of the Beagle Channel and Ushuaia, the picturesque and narrow Murray channel which divide Hoste Island and Navarino as well as Button Island coastal beaches. We will sail the same trail done 200 years before. If we are lucky enough we will have the chance to see a wide number of pelagic birds, seal colonies, dolphins and penguins. Dinner and accommodation at Lakutaia Lodge.

Day 3: Activity of Choice

Omora Park - Antarctic ecosystem and wildlifeProtours shall not under any circumstances be liable for any of the expenses, damages or losses incurred or sustained by any passenger which arises from or as a result of the change, delay or cancellation of services.

Please note: Itinerary is subject to weather conditions and flight schedules!

Rates in 2016/2017- per room

Single Twin/Dpuble Triple
Sep 1 - Dec 31, 2015 US$1995 US$3358 3984
Included:
Flights Punta Arenas Puerto Williams - Punta Arenas; Over flight Cap Horn; 2 nights hotel Lakutaia with full board, excursions and mentioned activities with english speaking guide
Not Included:
International airfares, airport taxes, travel insurance of any kind, meals not mentioned in the itinerary, expenses of a personal nature, tips or gratuities

Notes:

Rates may vary due to currency exchange rate fluctuations.

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Hotel used for this Itinerary

Lakutaia Hotel, Cape Horn, Chile

Lakutaia Hotel

Lakutaia Hotel, whose name means 'Cormorant Bay' in the local Yamana language, is situated at the end of the world, in one of the most remote corners of Chile's Antarctic Region, known as Cape Horn. Lakutaia Hotel has 24 comfortable double rooms with private bath, central heating, international and typical regional cuisine, spacious halls for a comfortable stay and a nice library/map reading room where guests can read up on all sorts of topics related to the culture, nature, wildlife and geography of this southernmost part of the world.