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Amazon Boat Safaris

Come explore the real Amazon by taking a boat safari into the Anavilhanas Archipelago, where you will see the unique ecosystems of the Rio Negro. This great arm of the Amazon River, which branches to the north just above Manaus, is characterized by its dark acidic water where few insects can breed — hence an almost mosquito free environment! This also accounts for a unique ecological habitat which differs from the rest of the Amazon River areas around Manaus.
Amazon River, Brazil
Peruvian Amazon

As the M/V Delfins I, II & III or the M/V Aria skirt the edges of the Pacaya-Samiria Reserve, located on the headwaters of the Amazon basin, you will become one of only a handful of seasoned world travelers ever to have reached this remote, remarkably beautiful destination. Pacaya-Samiria spans more than five million acres, making it twice the size of Yellowstone Park and it is rich with wildlife and aquatic life.
M/V Delfin
Chilean Fjords

Board the Patagonia Express Catamaran in Puerto Chacabuco, which will take you on a comfortable five-hour trip through the Aysen Fjord, the Puyuhuapi Channel and the Seno Ventisquero to Puyuhuapi Hotel and Hot Springs Resort. Cruise in zodiaks around the small icebergs up to the San Rafael Glacier and its 20,000-year old ice.
Patagonia Express Catamaran
Galapagos Islands
The Galapagos, made up of 13 large islands, six smaller islands and over 40 islets, are located in the Pacific Ocean 600 miles west of the Ecuadorian mainland. Its wonders span from the most varied geological formations of lava flows, blow holes, spatter cones, lava tunnels and beaches of olive, white, or black sand, to the most diverse landscapes and species of animal and plant life.
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Galapagos Networks M/Y Eric, Flamingo I & Letty
Strait of Magellan/Australis Cruises
In the southernmost region of the world, where the Andes Mountains meet the sea, and the Pacific and Atlantic Oceans merge, silence is stirring, and the flora, fauna and dramatic scenery arouse the senses. This wild and magic area of glaciers, snow-clad mountains, sea lions, penguins and lush vegetation is witness to the passage of the Cruceros Australis Expedition Cruises. Come to the least explored areas of South America, a region of unimaginable beauty, indomitable, unspoiled and imposing.
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Discover the beauty of the Strait of Magellan on an Australis Cruise