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The most popular itinerary for Argentina Cruises travels one way around Cape Horn, between Buenos Aires and Valparaiso.
 


 
 
The Around-The-Horn route is almost always 14 nights or more, and takes you from Buenos Aires, Argentina around the southernmost tip of the continent to Valparaiso, Chile. The cruise will navigate through the Patagonian channels and around Tierra del Fuego. The landscapes will range from Chilean fjords to Patagonian deserts. Some cruises even include stops in Antarctica or the Falkland Islands. On these trips you will see penguin colonies, killer whales and glacier parks along the way.

Another popular departing point is Ushuaia, the southernmost city in the world, and the capital of the Tierra del Fuego, Antarctica and Southern Atlantic Islands Province. Its superlative location allows you to enjoy sea, mountains and forests at the same time. Besides, it is a great place for shopping since the whole island where Ushuaia is located is a tax free zone. From here cruise ships depart for Antarctica, the Falkland Islands, the Cape Horn Islands as well as a wide range of destinations i Chile and Argentina. It is also possible to hire smaller ships for private cruise in these waters. Ushuaia is connected with flights to Buenos Aires and Montevideo as well as other cities in Argentina and Chile.


Many Argentina cruises have Buenos Aires as the departing point. This beautiful capital of Argentina is an elegant city, and the most "European" of all South American cities. To spend a few days in Buenos Aires before or after your cruise, is a must do.


The season for Argentina cruises mostly start in late November or early December, when the climate in this part of the world is moderate, and lasts until late February or early March.
 
 

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