Bike & Boat — Another Way to Explore the Andes

Published on November 6, 2018

Although Cruce Andino is famous for its coach & boat tours through the Andes Lake District of Chile and Argentina, the legendary South American travel company also makes it possible to discover the same route via bicycle & boat. Crossing the Andes…

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Top 5 sights in Puerto Varas

Published on September 4, 2018

Before or after your Andes crossing with Cruce Andino, check out these top attractions in and around Puerto Varas, Chile. Puerto Varas is a picture-perfect town on the shore of Lake Llanquihue, with a backdrop of the snowcapped Calbuco and Osorno volcanoes….

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The Liquid Side of Torres del Paine

Published on August 9, 2018

Torres del Paine National Park may be world-renowned for its peaks. But the UNESCO Biosphere Reserve also boasts some pretty cool lakes, each with their own characteristics and personalities that visitors can experience while staying at Hotel Las Torres or trekking with…

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Read All About It: Chile’s A Hot Ticket

Published on July 29, 2018

eTurbo News recently ran an article on how Chile is now the second most popular tourist destination in South America — and arrivals continue to rise. Quotable quote: “Chile’s tourism success is helping the country flourish into the trendiest destination in South…

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Read All About It: Craft Beer in the Andes

Published on July 14, 2018

Bariloche’s Birra Local website offers a blog about the craft beers that can be sampled locally while traveling the Cruce Andino route across the Andes between Argentina and Chile. Quotable quote: “We’re staying a few days in Bariloche and we really like…

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Cruce Andino’s Chilean Treasure

Published on July 12, 2018

The Cruce Andino route through the Andes between Chile and Argentina is special for several reasons, including the spectacular Vicente Perez Rosales National Park, a mosaic of lakes, waterfalls, lush Patagonian forest and one of the world’s most perfectly shaped volcanoes. Those…

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Landing at Cape Horn

Published on July 5, 2015

  On a calm day, when the weather and the sea fully cooperate, landing at Cape Horn seems like a piece of cake. But in reality, putting people ashore at South America’s southernmost point is harder than it looks to the untrained…

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Published on May 3, 2014

Plan ahead! Be the first to travel one of Australis’ new round trip routes with the Early Penguin & Explorer’s Promotion. Book May 7 through June 30, 2014 for a three night expedition cruise adventure, and receive a 20% discount and cabin…

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