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I noticed a cruise around  South America a few years ago. It was a great opportunity to see Patagonia in all its glory, to visit the "edge of the world" in Ushuaia, to see dangerous and mysterious Cape Horn, to ride on real jeeps in the Falkland Islands and meet the Royal and Magellanic...
Our ship stayed in the city of Punta Arenas from 6 am to 18 pm (at least it was supposed to stay there during this period of time). Punta Arenas is the city on the shores of the Strait of Magellan. Its name is translated from the Spanish language as "Sandy Point".  We bought in...
We were driving to Vicente Perez Rosales National Park along the scenic road. There were several observation decks along the way, but we could not see the volcano because of the dense clouds. But we were moving ahead and hoping!)) You have to turn right after the town of Ensenada and...
Puerto Varas is located on the shores of Lago Llanquihue, the second largest lake in Chile, in 17 km from Puerto Montt. It was founded in 1854 by German immigrants' hard work and efforts of the Chilean diplomat and traveler Vicente Perez Rosales. This is the "gates" into the wonderful Lake...
Chilean Patagonia begins with the small port city of  Puerto Montt ! Puerto Montt is a city in Chile and the administrative center of the homonymous commune, located on the shore of the Reloncaví Sound. It is considered the geographic beginning of Chilean Patagonia. The...
We had our next stop in the beautiful fjord of Puerto Chacabuco , from 8 am to 5 pm. Puerto Chacabuco  is a Chilean town in Aisén commune, which is located 'at the head' of Aysén Fjord in Northern Patagonia and is the main port of the region. We bought a two and a half hours...
We had 2 days at sea after  Puerto Chacabuco , and our ship sailed through the  Chilean fjords . Scenery was really beautiful, but the weather was so treacherous. It was mostly cloudy during the entire 2 days and it rained from time to time. However, we often admired a...
According to the legend of the islanders, this is the  Bay of Anakena , where the first leader of the Rapa Nui Hotu-Matua landed. At the entrance to the  beach , there's free parking and a toilet for $1, and a few souvenir shops. Among the palm grove, there are wooden tables with...
There are 3 beaches on  Easter Island . One of them is a city beach, but in this review, I'm going to show you a hidden and remote beach on the island, called Ovahe Beach. A small cove is hidden from the eyes of tourists, and it is impossible to see it from the road, passing by. The scenic...
One of the volcanoes on  Easter Island is  Rano Raraku . This is an extinct volcano that is up to 492 feet (150 meters) tall, with a freshwater lake inside the crater. This place is known by the fact that, earlier, there was a quarry where the statues were made over 500 years ago,...

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