Covering the southernmost parts of Argentina and Chile, Patagonia is an untamed land of fjords rich in marine life, rugged mountains, enormous glaciers, and windswept plateaus. This vast, remote region, largely unexplored and uninhabited, has captured the imaginations of explorers and travelers including Magellan and Darwin. Retrace a portion of Darwin's land route, examining the natural history of this beautiful land and striving to observe Patagonia as Darwin saw it. See stunning and peaceful Valdés Peninsula, whose waters teem with wildlife; visit Tierra del Fuego National Park, where all of the ecosystems that typify Argentina can be found; and see spectacular Glaciers National Park, which boasts 46 major glaciers, the only remains of the last Ice Age.
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