Special luxury travel opportunities to Antarctica and Chile including Patagonia.
UNITED STATES – From distinguished vineyards that surround the clean and modern city of Santiago, the capital of Chile, to the remote and vast Patagonia territory, to a cruise between the breath-taking South Shetland Islands and the western Antarctic Peninsula, these destinations offer amazing opportunities for all types of adventures and experiences. This hardly comes as a surprise, considering the unique nature of this exclusive tour.
This tour is one of Big Five Tours & Expeditions‘ distinctive travel opportunities with a focus on sustainable travel in South America.
Travelers will experience a 5-night cruise in the Antarctic, sailing along ice-filled fjords and among spectacular icebergs and take in the startling landscapes of the White Continent on a series of daily excursions by Zodiac with expert polar guides.
The remote Patagonia is the home of the famed Torres del Paine National Park, a UNESCO World Biosphere Reserve, as well as remarkable landscapes of mountains, forests, pampas, glaciers, lakes, rivers, and waterfalls.
Guests stay in outstanding properties such as the Lastarria Boutique Hotel, the Rey Don Felipe, and comfortable and luxurious cruise cabins, all of which offer the comfort of a home away from home.
Adventure lovers can take the opportunity to experience exhilarating activities such as mountain treks, horseback riding excursions, bicycle riding around Lake Sofia and kayaking in Obstruccion Sound.
This tour is one of many sustainable travel options offered by Big Five supporting their goal of becoming fully sustainable in terms of product by 2016. They offer award-winning services presented in luxurious surroundings, all the while remaining committed to the best in sustainable practices.
With more than 40 years’ experience in luxury adventure travel, Big Five Tours & Expeditions offers luxury guided travel to Africa, Asia, the Orient, South and Central America, and the South Pacific.
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