Patagonia, Chile (PRWEB) January 19, 2012
Australis' Patagonia tours has made its way among the list of the National Geographic Traveler's 50 tours of a lifetime. Author Margaret Loftus shares all the details about traveling to the ends of the earth.
"Ships sail from Ushuaia, Argentina, to Punta Arenas, Chile. You’ll listen to talks by staff lecturers as you sail close to blue-hued glaciers and cruise through the Beagle Channel, famously visited by Charles Darwin before he headed to the Galápagos Islands. At Magdalena Island, gregarious Magellanic penguins—the largest colony in southern Patagonia—will greet you", Margaret Loftus, Contributing Editor at National Geographic Traveler.
Tourists who visit Patagonia and decide to travel with Cruceros Australis can expect the following: education about the Patagonian region, entertainment, meals, and cabins designed with comfort in mind. As travelers sail through crystal blue waters and icy fjords, they are exposed to a variety of wildlife in addition to Magellanic penguins and sea lions. Other marine life encounters that passengers may have a chance to experience include sea birds, Southern Right Whales, or dolphins.
Patagonia tours onboard Australis' luxury cruises are revered world-wide as the adventure travelers ideal getaway. They have successfully attracted travelers from all over the globe, and major reputable publications such as National Geographic are taking notice to Cruceros Australis as well. Australis is excited about achieving this accomplishment, and sends thanks to National Geographic for recognizing their cruises as a premier transportation service.
For more information about Cruceros Australis visit Australis.com, call 1 - 877 - 678 3772, or contact Australis via email info(at)australis(dot)com.