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Day 19/20. Rio de Janeiro, Brazil (overnight) 24th January – 14:00 – 25th January – 24:00


Enjoy an overnight stay in one of the most recognisable places on earth; Rio de Janeiro. Nestled between ocean and lush tropical mountains, take the cable car up to Sugar Loaf Mountain for breath-taking views over the city including Copacabana beach. And, visit the world-famous Christ the Redeemer on the summit of the Corcovado.


Day 24/25. Buenos Aires, Argentina (overnight) 29th January – 08:00 - 30th January – 20:00


In vibrant and cosmopolitan Buenos Aires enjoy the elegant architecture and beautiful parks that bristle with sub-tropical flora. Food lovers will love the traditional Argentinian steak restaurants and ice cream parlours which are abundant within the city.


Day 26/27. Montevideo, Uruguay (overnight) 31st January – 08:00 - 1st February 17:00


A welcome, peaceful stop after the bright lights and noise of Buenos Aires, Montevideo is home to nearly half of Uruguay’s population. This laid back, eclectic city has a rich cultural life with colonial style buildings and beach front rambla.


Day 30. Port Stanley h, Falkland Islands 4th February – 09:00 – 19:00


Stanley, formerly known as Port Stanley, is the capital of the Falkland Islands, and as you’d expect, is very British. The island’s coasts are home to countless birds, penguins, seals and dolphins. The iconic Christ Church Cathedral with its whalebone arch, made from the jaws of two blue whales, is the southernmost Anglican cathedral in the world.


Day 31. Carcass Island h, Falkland Islands 5th February – 08:00 – 19:00


The largest island of the West Point group of Falkland Islands, Carcass Islands is home to hundreds of Magellanic and Gentoo penguins, flightless steamer ducks and night herons, giving you a great opportunity to spend the morning getting in touch with your inner nature lover.


Day 33. Punta Arenas (Magellan Straits), Chile 7th February – 08:00 – 17:00


An important trading port prior to the construction of the Panama Canal, Punta Arenas commands panoramic views over the Magellan Straits. At the foot of Patagonia, be sure to visit the statue of the Portuguese explorer, Ferdinand Magellan, in the main square, Plaza de Armas, before enjoying the South American classic a Chilean Pisco Sour in one of the many bars.


Day 34. Ushuaia (Tierra del Fuego), Argentina 8th February – 13:00 – 21:00


Ushuaia claims the title of the world’s southernmost town and captures the flavour of a ‘frontier’ outpost. It is Tierra del Fuego’s undisputed tourist hub with the chance to discover this island’s austere grandeur. Perhaps take the chair lift to view Martial Glacier, Ushuaia and the Beagle Channel.


Viewing Cape Horn and Beagle Channel – 9th February


Cruising Alberto de Agostini National Park Coastline, Chile – 9th-10th February


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