Imagine you reach “The End of the World”, as it is called the captivating Tierra del Fuego in the Argentinean Patagonia. You leave the village behind and head towards the sea. Boarding a beautiful catamaran you will sail through the Bay of Ushuaia to the central area of the Beagle Channel.
Navigating from island to island, where once great explorers rounded Cape Horn to discover new worlds, you will contemplate the impressive flora and fauna of the area including penguins and sea lions!
You can explore the beauty of Patagonian lakes, traveling silently across pristine bays. Enjoy the calm of the wilderness kayaking on clear waters, surrounded by the Andes Range.
Another option would be kayaking the Paraná River Delta, which is the green shelter closest to the city. The port of Tigre is less than one hour away from Buenos Aires and is the most used to access the Delta. Despite its closeness to the metropolis, life there has a different cadence, following the water and wind.
Then if you are ready for a major voyage, there are cruises that traverse the southern tip of the South American continent. They are generally at least two weeks in duration, and some also call at ports in Uruguay, the Islands of the South Atlantic, Chile and Brazil. This is an opportunity to see wildlife unique on the planet from the Southern Seas.