Chile implies the extraordinary landscapes of Patagonia, rough seas, towering fjords and immense glaciers, all wedged between the Andes mountains and the Pacific Ocean, across which we sail on our cruise.
Chile often changes its look like a chameleon: from the arid deserts in the north to the fertile central highlands and the harsher landscapes of the cold and deep fjords of the south. Our cruise to Chile allows us to discover the different faces of the country. From the great Valparaìso, emblematic for its cultural liveliness, with its panoramic lifts and the UNESCO Historic Heritage Centre, to the small fishing villages. The scenario of Chilean Patagonia contrasts very satisfactorily with that of Easter Island, with its famous Moai, the large stone carvings that tell of ancient peoples, beliefs and tribal rites.

Ports featured

San Antonio/Santiago de Chile

Santiago, also called Santiago de Chile, is the capital of Chile and the largest city in the country. San Antonio is the cruise port of the Chilean capital, easily accessible and fascinating as a rapidly-expanding modern metropolis.