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Hiker Carsten Peter on rocky path to the Bernal Glacier in Estero Las Montanas, Strait of Magellan, Patagonia, Chile.
Adult guanaco in Torres del Paine National Park, Patagonia, Chile.
Two Magallenic Penguins in Isla Magdalena, Monumento Natural Los Pinguinos, Puerto Arenas, Patagonia, Chile
Garibaldi Fjord,  Darwin Range, Augustini National Park, Tierra Del Fuego, Patagonia, Chile
Guests explor by zodiac in Karukinka Natural Park, Chile
ExpeditionsBest of Chilean Patagonia: Fjords, Glaciers, and Torres Del Paine

Best of Chilean Patagonia: Fjords, Glaciers, and Torres Del Paine

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Go by land and sea to discover the breadth of Patagonia’s wildness. Spend three days exploring the grandeur of Torres del Paine National Park—a UNESCO biosphere reserve. Then set sail to discover Chile’s wonderland of fjords, islands, and icebergs. Search for fur seals, sea lions, and penguins; take in panoramic views from the Beagle Channel; and explore the windswept archipelago of Tierra del Fuego. Enjoy special access to Argentina’s Staten Island, brimming with wildlife.

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Lapageria rosea, Chile's national flower, near bloom over looking the mountians of Torres del Paine National Park, Patagonia, Chile
  • Venture inland to explore the wildlife-rich, iconic landscapes of Torres del Paine, Patagonia’s jewel, with either the Tierra Patagonia Hotel or the Explora Patagonia Hotel as your base camp

  • With special permission, explore wild, rugged Isla de los Estados (Staten Island), located at the extreme end of South America and largely off limits to travelers since 1923

  • Transit the legendary Beagle Channel and look out for shearwater, petrels, albatrosses, and more

  • Venture through wildlife reserves not easily accessible to the public, including Karukinka Natural Park in Tierra del Fuego

  • Zodiac cruise and kayak through the breathtaking Chilean fjords

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The first new polar build in Lindblad’s 50-year history, National Geographic Endurance is named to honor explorer Ernest Shackleton and his legendary Transantarctic Expedition. A fully-stabilized vessel of ice class PC5 Category A, she will enable adventurous guests to go where few have or can. National Geographic Endurance’s most striking exterior feature is her distinctive profile, the patented X-Bow®, a game-changing design that guarantees the smoothest, most comfortable ride in all kinds of conditions; and since it eliminates bow impact, a quieter ride, as well.

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National Geographic Explorer: The Standard for Exploration

Built to handle deep swells and towering waves, National Geographic Explorer invites polar exploration while providing exceptional comfort.


Originally constructed to navigate Norway’s famed Hurtigruten, or Coastal Express, her high degree of maneuverability, ideal size, and platform for discovery made National Geographic Explorer a natural choice for addition to the Lindblad Expeditions fleet. Her rebuild drew on 50 years of pioneering expedition history and expertise.


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The sister ship to National Geographic Endurance, she explores polar & temperate regions

One of two new ships expressly built for polar waters, National Geographic Resolution is named to honor the second voyage of the legendary Captain James Cook.  A fully-stabilized vessel with ice class PC5, Category A, she will enable adventurous guests to go where few have or can. National Geographic Resolution’s most striking exterior feature is her distinctive profile, the patented X-Bow®, a game-changing design that guarantees the smoothest, most comfortable ride in all kinds of conditions—and, since it eliminates bow impact, a quieter ride as well. 

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