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Santiago, Chile: One-day or Two-day Pre-trip Extension for voyages aboard the Orion
Discover the allure of Santiago in conjunction with your expedition to Antarctica aboard the National Geographic Orion. Sample the superb food, enjoy a tasting of locally produced wines, and immerse yourself in the culture of vibrant neighborhoods. Please call for pricing.
Buenos Aires, Argentina: Two-day Pre-trip Extension for voyages aboard the Explorer
Before embarking on your Antarctic expedition aboard the National Geographic Explorer, take time to explore one of the world’s most intriguing cities. See its famous architecture, explore the most interesting neighborhoods, visit top museums, and take in a tango performance on an extension curated to provide the very best that Buenos Aires has to offer. Please call for pricing.
Iguazú Falls, Argentina: Three-day Pre-trip Extension for voyages aboard the Explorer
Before embarking on your Antarctic expedition aboard the National Geographic Explorer, visit the Argentine side of famed Iguazú Falls. Taller than Niagara and twice as wide, Iguazú Falls is situated in a beautiful subtropical forest, home to more than 400 species of birds, including toucans and parrots; as well as butterflies, orchids, and endangered jaguars. Please call for pricing.
Easter Island, Chile: Four-day or Five-day Post-trip Extension for voyages aboard the Explorer and the Orion
Follow your expedition to Antarctica with a visit to one of the most mysterious places on Earth—Easter Island. Home to silent sentinels of a long-lost culture, this tiny island is located 2,150 miles west of Chile in the Pacific Ocean and 1,300 miles from its nearest inhabited island neighbor. Learn from key archaeologists about the ancient Rapanui culture that grew up in isolation and the nearly 900 giant moai, or stone statues, they created. The length of the extension is based on flight availability. Please call for pricing and details.