Patagonia Welcome to the end of the World


Enjoy the wonderful of the Patagonia

Australis Cruises

A unique place in the world

  • Sail Patagonia and Tierra del Fuego from October to April through the Strait of Magellan and Beagle Channel between the Chilean city of Punta Arenas and the Argentine city of Ushuaia. Australis offers daily shore excursions through glaciers, bays, forests, islands, Cape Horn and witness a rich variety of flora and fauna. You will experience a great adventure to the “uttermost End of the Earth”, with accommodations aboard an amazingly comfortable ship accompanied by expert crew and guides. Their mission in addition to safety is to make sure your journey is remarkable and unforgettable. Their expedition cruises provide you with the opportunity to experience natural and wildlife like you never have before. Get up close and personal with wildlife like penguins, sea birds, and sea lions. Feel the warm embrace of Patagonian sunsets, view the beautiful snowcapped mountains, coast through Cape Horn, and much more.

Takes you to the Southern Ice Field

The edge of civilisation

An encounter with the history of the planet

  • The end of the world is waiting, and the Via Australis Patagonia Expedition Cruise takes you there. This route between Ushuaia and Punta Arenas route shows you all the amazing beauty that the Patagonian region offers. During the trip enjoy the splendor and beauty of natural landscapes while experiencing a unique stay onboard a luxury cruise designed with your comfort in mind. Embark on exciting expeditions through the astounding Patagonian wilderness for an exhilarating adventure. Book your trip with us to explore million-year glaciers, Cape Horn and more for a remarkable journey that you will never forget. The Via Australis Patagonia Expedition Cruise runs northbound from Ushuaia to Punta Arenas and southbound from Punta Arenas to Ushuaia, each with a varied route so you can combine the routes into a 9-day expedition. Australis invite you on this unforgettable journey, the Chilean and Argentinean Patagonia.

Do you have any doubt?

Contact Us