Be part of the evolution

Kenzie, Richie
September 2009
Travel Weekly Australia;9/11/2009, Issue 120, p13
Trade Publication
The article focuses on the innovations of ship-based traveling in Patagonia which is located in Argentina and Chile. It mentions that Cruceros Australis SA has offered an expedition cruises that focus on the scientist Charles Darwin's exploration of Patagonia. It is stated that the expedition runs from Ushuaia in Argentina to Punta Arenas in Chile and vice versa. It notes that the travel features lectures and provides passengers the opportunity to get off the boat on Zodiac tours.


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