SOUTH OF THE WORLD EXPEDITION
This expedition is carried out during the southern summer, which is the best time of year to visit the region. It includes visits to wildlife sanctuaries; the Southern Patagonia; the Falkland Islands (Malvinas), notable for their abundant wildlife; and the fascinating South Georgia Islands, magnificent landscapes and lush fauna. Returning from the Antarctic Peninsula, we will sail across the Drake Sea and explore Cape Horn, the southernmost point of Chile and of the entire American continent. Time permitting, we will fly in a helicopter over this legendary place. The following itinerary lays out the tentative plan for the 22 days during the trip. No two expeditions in Antarctica are alike, thus, the daily descriptions are merely references. The captain and the leader of the expedition will evaluate the area's weather conditions on a daily basis, taking advantage of every opportunity to board the zodiac boats: the longer days of the southern summer increase chances of spending more time on land. The helicopter is always available to expeditionary, allowing you to take at least one of your included trips over Cape Horn and giving you the opportunity to participate in other flights (not included) to other unexplored places.