Patagonia. In the Wake of Magellan: Patagonia by Land & Sea

Prices and Included Services

Group Size  2-3  4-5  6+ 
 Low Season $8,800  $8,550  $8,000 
 High Season $9,600  $9,350  $8,900 

Single Traveler cost: 

High Season AA cabin: $11,650

Low Season AA cabin: $10,900

Child discount is available for kids under 12; inquire for pricing. 


Services as specified in the itinerary above include cruise services, land transportation and accommodations; English-speaking naturalist guides; guided tours and excursions; airport-hotel transfers; meals as specified [B-Breakfast, L-Lunch, D-Dinner]; services of in-bound land operator for airline reconfirmation, and tour operations; and Wildland Adventures travel consultation and pre-departure services.

Not Included:

Services unless specified otherwise in the itinerary above such as international air transportation; local in-country flights; Argentina reciprocity fee of $160 (for non-US citizens); tips and gratuities; optional or suggested services that are on your own; insurance of any kind; personal expenses; extra beverages and alcoholic drinks; medical costs; and hospitalization and evacuation and any other extra expenses due to unanticipated changes in your itinerary for reasons beyond control. You will need to carry about $500 extra cash (must be in US dollars cash, not travelers checks or credit cards) to cover the fees, taxes, tips and meals not included in your itinerary. Always carry enough change for airport departure taxes. Meals, souvenirs and other local and personal expenses not specified in the above itinerary are also not included. Advance visas are not required for US citizens.

Trip Notes:

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"The cruise on the Australis was a superb experience. We were blessed with the calmest of waters and the bluest of skies. The crew, guides and staff made the experience an unforgettable one. Disembarking at Cape Horn was a remarkable part of the adventure." - The Liebmans, MD