Rounding the extreme southern tip of South America, you'll be awestruck by the rugged beauty and imposing vision of Cape Horn, a craggy, massive rocky point that was the bane of early explorers.
Within the Beagle Channgel and chiseled among the Darwin mountains in Patagonia, the Pia Glacier is a highlight among the "Avenue of Glaciers", viewable by hiking up to a vista point where you can watch and listen to the loud shifts of ice and earth.
The Glacier lies in the Garibaldi Fjord, a narrow passage strewn with floating ice in shades of blue and green, and waterfalls that come down the steep mountainsides. At the head of this picturesque fjord, take in the quiet splendor of the retreating Garibaldi Glacier. The area also offers travelers extraordinary sights and an abundance of sea lions, the occasional sighting of dolphins and whales and the astonishing array of seabirds and marine life.
Aguila Glacier can be found when cruising though the majestic Agostini Sound. When arriving at the glacier you are taken back by the blue ice and surrounded by picturesque views all around.
Magdalena Island is a small island in the Patagonia region of Chile. The island is part National Park dedicated to preserving the indigenous wildlife on the island. You will see burrows built by penguins and other birds all around the island. Visitors may take a walk up the hill to the island's Lighthouse. It is a working lighthouse that guides ships on their way through the Strait of Magellan. Inside you will find some articles about its history. But by far the most impressive sight to visitors is viewing the thousands of bustling penguins and birds on the island and in the surrounding waters.
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