A glacier that is a popular destination for adventure travelers is now off limits because of melting ice
After spending more than a week in Antarctica and a day and a half heading north across Drake's passage, DrFumblefinger sees his first views of South America—namely, Cape Horn.
While waiting for his ship to come in, Barry Barford discovers a slice of heaven on the Chilean coast.
Judy shares a memorable whimsical photo of a llama, snapped in Santiago, Chile.
Marilyn Jones remembers pleasant times in Chile's beautiful wine valleys.
A new building in Chile's capital shares a corner and a reflection with its historic cathedral
With hills so many, and so steep, Valparaiso, Chile could be called a 'city on the edge.'
PHeymont was fascinated by Los Caracoles, Chile's long stretch of switchback roads that allows traffic to climb the Andes and cross into Argentina.
DrFumblefinger eats like a king aboard the Australis, while exploring the coast of southern Chile.
DrFumblefinger's Patagonian voyage concludes with a stop at historic Wulaia Bay. Home to the Yaghan people for over 10,000 years, there's an interesting museum at the site.
DrFumblefinger gets caught in the worst storm he's ever experienced when visiting Cape Horn, the southern most island in South America.
DrFumblefinger cruises down the stretch of the Beagle Channel known as Glacier Alley, wherein several large and impressive glaciers extend to the sea.
DrFumblefinger shares an close-up visit to massive Pia Glacier. Situated at the end of a fjord, it is one of the largest glaciers in the southern hemisphere.
A Zodiac excursion takes DrFumblefinger to a small group of Islands in the Strait of Magellan that is home to hundreds of birds.
DrFumblefinger goes on his first hike in Tierra del Fuego. The area is a subpolar rainforest and the vegetation is lush.