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Exploring Patagonia
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12 days

from $17,580 AUD trip_detail hint icon

($11,995 USD)

Prices are per person, based on twin share occupancy. The AUD prices are based on USD and calculated at today’s rate of exchange. The expedition price will be finalised at time of booking.

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Travelers should be in good health and comfortable walking or standing for extended periods of time. Daily activities may include walking tours, visits to sites, safari drives, and easy hikes; and some days will have more physical activities such as longer hikes, kayaking, snorkeling, or biking.

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Premium expeditions are led by a National Geographic expert, an expedition team, or top guides, and tap into National Geographic's worldwide resources to allow for in-depth exploration and special access to sites and experts in the field. Itineraries are fully planned, with some free time. Accommodations are high-end or best available. Ground transportation and most meals and activities are included in the trip price.

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Expedition Overview

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EXPEDITION OVERVIEW
  • Get expert insights as you explore Patagonia by land and sea, gliding past pristine fjords and vast glaciers on a four-day cruise, then heading inland to explore granite spires, sapphire lakes, and hidden waterfalls.
  • Settle into the stunning Tierra Patagonia, a National Geographic Unique Lodge of the World overlooking the staggering peaks of Torres del Paine National Park.
  • Set out on an interpretive walk across Magdalena Island, home to a colony of more than 100,000 Magellanic penguins.
  • Enjoy a festive barbecue with local gauchos and get a glimpse into traditional Patagonian cowboy culture.
EXPERTS ON THIS TRIP

A National Geographic expert will accompany each departure to share insights and a rare behind-the-scenes perspective. Listed here are some of the experts that will be joining departures on this trip.

Itinerary

Carved by fjords and capped by glistening glaciers, Patagonia is a natural wonderland. Cruise through a landscape of thick forests and icebergs to the tip of Cape Horn and the Strait of Magellan. Then continue overland to Patagonia's crown jewel—Torres del Paine National Park—and end our journey in Santiago, Chile's vibrant capital.

Day 1: Buenos Aires, Argentina

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Arrive this morning in Buenos Aires, the capital of Argentina. Transfer to our hotel in the heart of the fashionable Recoleta neighborhood, and explore the nearby galleries, museums, and cafés. Enjoy a tango performance, followed by our welcome dinner tonight.

Day 2: BUENOS AIRES

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Spend the day discovering Argentina’s cosmopolitan capital, known as the Paris of South America. On a city tour, see the remarkable Recoleta Cemetery, burial site of Eva Perón. Continue to the historic presidential palace, La Casa Rosada, and the cathedral in Plaza de Mayo. After lunch, explore the cobblestoned lanes of San Telmo, as well as the colorful artists’ quarter of La Boca.

Day 3: Ushuaia/Tierra del Fuego National Park

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Fly to Ushuaia, the southernmost city in the world, and visit Tierra del Fuego National Park. Embark our ship and sail toward the famed Beagle Channel.

Day 4: Cape Horn, Chile/Wulaia Bay

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Weather permitting, take Zodiacs to legendary Cape Horn for a panoramic view from the southernmost tip of South America. Later, explore Wulaia Bay, where Charles Darwin landed during his voyage on the H.M.S. Beagle. Choose one of two walks to experience the spectacular beauty of the Magellanic forest.

Days 5-6: Magdalena Channel/Agostini Sound

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As we navigate the Magdalena Channel, spot penguins, dolphins, albatrosses, and other seabirds. After entering the Pia Fjord, board Zodiacs and head out on a shore excursion on Pia Glacier. Continue along the Beagle Channel to the Garibaldi Glacier. Embark on a challenging hike through the Magellanic forest if you choose. The next day, cruise through majestic Agostini Sound, and disembark for a closer look at Águila Glacier. During an easy walk, take in spectacular views of the brilliant blue-and-white ice set off by black mountains, and learn about the geologic forces that shaped this dramatic land.

Day 7: Magdalena Island/Punta Arenas

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Take a morning walk on Magdalena Island, home to a colony of more than 100,000 Magellanic penguins. Disembark in Punta Arenas and continue across the southern Pampas, looking for herds of guanacos as well as rheas, gray foxes, Patagonian hares, and black-necked swans. Settle into our spectacular hotel—Tierra Patagonia Hotel & Spa, a member of the National Geographic Unique Lodges of the World collection.

Days 8-10: Torres del Paine National Park

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During the next three days, tailor your exploration to your interests, choosing among a variety of hiking and horseback-riding excursions in the park. Discover Lago de Grey and its incredibly blue sculpted ice; hike through beech forests along the shore of Laguna Azul; and marvel at rock paintings left by the indigenous Aonikenk people, some of the earliest inhabitants of the region. Photograph wildlife near the northern limits of the park; or relax at the hotel, taking advantage of its wonderful amenities. Enjoy evening lectures, and cap off your stay in the park with a festive barbecue in the company of local gauchos, getting a glimpse into traditional Patagonian cowboy culture.

Day 11: Punta Arenas/Santiago, Chile

Today, drive to the Punta Arenas airport for the flight to Santiago. Arrive in Santiago this evening and check in to our hotel.

Day 12: Santiago, Chile

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Spend a full day exploring Santiago. On a walking tour of the city center, see the elegant Plaza de Armas, the Palacio de la Moneda, and the 18th-century Metropolitan Cathedral. View the impressive collection at Santiago’s Chilean Museum of Pre-Columbian Art, and enjoy a farewell celebration at a Chilean winery. This evening, transfer to the airport for your flight home.

EXTENSIONS

Day 1: Santiago

After our farewell celebration in wine country, return to our hotel, located in one of Santiago's most exclusive neighborhoods, and enjoy an evening at leisure.

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Days 2-4: Easter Island

Transfer to the airport to catch a morning flight to Easter Island. Upon arrival, settle into our lodge. Over the next three days choose from a variety of excursions to experience the spectacular sites of Easter Island. Explore Rano Raraku statue quarry, where the outer and inner slopes of the mountain are covered with hundreds of moai statues in different stages of completion. Visit Anakena Beach, the legendary landing place of Hotu Matua—founder of Rapa Nui. Discover the restored site of Ahu Nau Nau to learn about the modern-day culture of Easter Island. During your stay, enjoy wonderful meals, amenities, and surroundings while staying in our lodge's refurbished local houses.

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Day 5: Easter Island/Santiago

Fly to Santiago and connect to your return flight home.

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Day 1: Santiago

After our farewell celebration in wine country, return to our hotel, located in one of Santiago's most exclusive neighborhoods, for an evening at leisure.

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Days 2-4: Atacama

Transfer to the Santiago airport for an early morning flight to Calama. Upon arrival, transfer by coach to San Pedro de Atacama and check in to Tierra Atacama, a National Geographic Unique Lodge of the World and our home for the next three nights. During your time here, choose from a selection of Altiplano excursions, designed for all interests and fitness levels.

Explore by foot, bike, or on four-wheel drives as local guides introduce you to the jewels of the Atacama desert, including its great moonscapes and glistening salt flats, resident flamingos, natural hot springs, and spurting geysers. Or participate in guided visits to the cultural sites of San Pedro de Atacama—home to picturesque village, churches, ancient dwellings, and gorgeous ancient art—to discover the history of the area.

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Day 5: Atacama/Santiago

Fly to Santiago and connect to your return flight home.

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What to Expect

This trip has an activity rating of light\/moderate; travelers should be in good health and comfortable walking or standing for extended periods of time. The itinerary suits a wide range of interests and abilities, with options for light and moderate activities or more challenging hikes. Excursions include boarding boats and Zodiacs, climbing stairs without handrails, longer hikes on uneven terrain with some steep ascents\/descents, and optional horseback rides. Much of the trip takes place in remote areas where medical care can be a day or more away. Please note there are several long driving days.

Accommodations
Throughout the expedition, we stay in ideally located, high-end accommodations with many amenities, including Tierra Patagonia, a National Geographic Unique Lodge of the World. We spend three nights in spacious cabins aboard the M.V. Stella Australis or M.V. Ventus Australis, first-class 210-passenger designed to navigate the waterways of Patagonia.

Expedition Team
A National Geographic expert and an expedition leader will accompany this trip, and local guides join us along the way.

ACCOMMODATIONS
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M.V. Stella Australis

We spend four nights in spacious cabins aboard the M.V. Stella Australis or M.V. Ventus Australis, first-class 210-passenger designed to navigate the waterways of Patagonia.

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M.V. Stella Australis

We spend four nights in spacious cabins aboard the M.V. Stella Australis or M.V. Ventus Australis, first-class 210-passenger designed to navigate the waterways of Patagonia.

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M.V. Stella Australis

We spend four nights in spacious cabins aboard the M.V. Stella Australis or M.V. Ventus Australis, first-class 210-passenger designed to navigate the waterways of Patagonia.

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M.V. Stella Australis

We spend four nights in spacious cabins aboard the M.V. Stella Australis or M.V. Ventus Australis, first-class 210-passenger designed to navigate the waterways of Patagonia.

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M.V. Ventus Australis

We spend four nights in spacious cabins aboard the M.V. Stella Australis or M.V. Ventus Australis, first-class 210-passenger designed to navigate the waterways of Patagonia.

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M.V. Ventus Australis

We spend four nights in spacious cabins aboard the M.V. Stella Australis or M.V. Ventus Australis, first-class 210-passenger designed to navigate the waterways of Patagonia.

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M.V. Ventus Australis

We spend four nights in spacious cabins aboard the M.V. Stella Australis or M.V. Ventus Australis, first-class 210-passenger designed to navigate the waterways of Patagonia.

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M.V. Stella Australis

We spend four nights in spacious cabins aboard the M.V. Stella Australis or M.V. Ventus Australis, first-class 210-passenger designed to navigate the waterways of Patagonia.

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Sky Lounge

We spend four nights in spacious cabins aboard the M.V. Stella Australis or M.V. Ventus Australis, first-class 210-passenger designed to navigate the waterways of Patagonia.

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Yamana Lounge

We spend four nights in spacious cabins aboard the M.V. Stella Australis or M.V. Ventus Australis, first-class 210-passenger designed to navigate the waterways of Patagonia.

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Dining Room

We spend four nights in spacious cabins aboard the M.V. Stella Australis or M.V. Ventus Australis, first-class 210-passenger designed to navigate the waterways of Patagonia.

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Gift Shop

We spend four nights in spacious cabins aboard the M.V. Stella Australis or M.V. Ventus Australis, first-class 210-passenger designed to navigate the waterways of Patagonia.

PRICES & DATES

  • date Nov 10-21, 2019
  • double occupancy
    (from)
    $17,580 AUD Per Person
  • single occupancy
    (from)
    $22,490 AUD Per Person
  • extensions yes

EXTENSIONS

Post-trip Extension: 21 Nov 2019 - 25 Nov 2019

Double Occupancy from $17,580 AUD per person

Single Occupancy from $22,490 AUD per person

Post-trip Extension: 21 Nov 2019 - 25 Nov 2019

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  • date Nov 22-Dec 3, 2019
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    $17,580 AUD Per Person
  • single occupancy
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    $22,490 AUD Per Person
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EXTENSIONS

Post-trip Extension: 03 Dec 2019 - 07 Dec 2019

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Single Occupancy from $22,490 AUD per person

Post-trip Extension: 03 Dec 2019 - 07 Dec 2019

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  • date Dec 28, 2019 - Jan 8, 2020
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    $17,580 AUD Per Person
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    $22,490 AUD Per Person
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Post-trip Extension: 08 Jan 2020 - 12 Jan 2020

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Post-trip Extension: 08 Jan 2020 - 12 Jan 2020

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  • date Jan 13-24, 2020
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    $17,580 AUD Per Person
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    $22,490 AUD Per Person
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Post-trip Extension: 24 Jan 2020 - 28 Jan 2020

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Post-trip Extension: 24 Jan 2020 - 28 Jan 2020

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  • date Jan 25-Feb 5, 2020
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    $17,580 AUD Per Person
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Post-trip Extension: 05 Feb 2020 - 09 Feb 2020

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Post-trip Extension: 05 Feb 2020 - 09 Feb 2020

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  • date Feb 6-17, 2020
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    $17,580 AUD Per Person
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    $22,490 AUD Per Person
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Post-trip Extension: 17 Feb 2020 - 21 Feb 2020

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Post-trip Extension: 17 Feb 2020 - 21 Feb 2020

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  • date Mar 5-16, 2020
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    $17,580 AUD Per Person
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    $22,490 AUD Per Person
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Post-trip Extension: 16 Mar 2020 - 20 Mar 2020

Double Occupancy from $17,580 AUD per person

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Post-trip Extension: 16 Mar 2020 - 20 Mar 2020

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  • date Nov 6-17, 2020
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    $19,046 AUD Per Person
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    $24,395 AUD Per Person
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Post-trip Extension: 17 Nov 2020 - 21 Nov 2020

Double Occupancy from $19,046 AUD per person

Single Occupancy from $24,395 AUD per person

Post-trip Extension: 17 Nov 2020 - 21 Nov 2020

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  • date Nov 22-Dec 3, 2020
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Post-trip Extension: 03 Dec 2020 - 07 Dec 2020

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Post-trip Extension: 03 Dec 2020 - 07 Dec 2020

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  • date Nov 30-Dec 11, 2020
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Post-trip Extension: 11 Dec 2020 - 15 Dec 2020

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  • date Dec 28, 2020 - Jan 8, 2021
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Post-trip Extension: 08 Jan 2021 - 12 Jan 2021

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  • date Jan 13-24, 2021
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    $24,395 AUD Per Person
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Post-trip Extension: 24 Jan 2021 - 28 Jan 2021

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Post-trip Extension: 24 Jan 2021 - 28 Jan 2021

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  • date Jan 25-Feb 5, 2021
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Post-trip Extension: 05 Feb 2021 - 09 Feb 2021

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Post-trip Extension: 05 Feb 2021 - 09 Feb 2021

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  • date Feb 6-17, 2021
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    $19,046 AUD Per Person
  • single occupancy
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    $24,395 AUD Per Person
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Post-trip Extension: 17 Feb 2021 - 21 Feb 2021

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Post-trip Extension: 17 Feb 2021 - 21 Feb 2021

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  • date Feb 22-Mar 5, 2021
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    $19,046 AUD Per Person
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    $24,395 AUD Per Person
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Post-trip Extension: 05 Mar 2021 - 09 Mar 2021

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Post-trip Extension: 05 Mar 2021 - 09 Mar 2021

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  • date Mar 6-17, 2021
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    $19,046 AUD Per Person
  • single occupancy
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    $24,395 AUD Per Person
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EXTENSIONS

Post-trip Extension: 17 Mar 2021 - 21 Mar 2021

Double Occupancy from $19,046 AUD per person

Single Occupancy from $24,395 AUD per person

Post-trip Extension: 17 Mar 2021 - 21 Mar 2021

Double Occupancy from $19,046 AUD per person

Single Occupancy from $24,395 AUD per person

Prices are per person based on double or single occupancy (unless otherwise noted) and do not include international airfare to/from your destination or internal flights during the expedition. Internal flights are $1200 per person for departures from November 2019 through March 2020 and $1400 per person for departures from November 2020 through March 2021.

Categories A, AA, and AAA refer to cabin categories aboard the M.V. Stella Australis and the M.V. Ventus Australis. Standard, Superior, and Suite refer to rooms at Tierra Patagonia.

Internal flights for the optional Atacama extension are $900 per person. Internal flights for the optional Easter Island extension are $1500 per person. There will be an additional $500 per person surchargeon flights for the February 5, 2020 and 2021 Easter Island extensions as they coincide with the annual Tapati Festival.

The AUD prices are based on USD and calculated at today’s rate of exchange and subject to change. See the terms and conditions for this trip for more information.

  • Transfers upon arrival and departure
  • Accommodation as indicated in the itinerary
  • Meals as indicated in the itinerary
  • Daily activities and excursions as indicated in the itinerary
  • All gratuities

What's Not Included

  • Airfare to and from destination, as well as internal airfare where applicable
  • Trip cancellation insurance or any other travel insurance
  • Visas
  • Alcoholic beverages
Kitty Coley
Birder Geologist Naturalist
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Kitty Coley is a geologist, naturalist, and avid birder who serves as a consultant to National Geographic magazine. As a professional geologist, she has worked in remote rain forests and rugged landscapes around the world. Her love of nature has inspired her to explore through scuba diving, backpacking, white-water and sea kayaking, and biking. A gifted and enthusiastic teacher and a popular National Geographic Expert, Kitty generously shares her knowledge of geology, flora, and fauna on every expedition.

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  • Mar 5-16, 2020 - M.V. Ventus Australis
Diego Pol
Paleontologist
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Paleontologist Diego Pol is head of the science department at the Egidio Feruglio paleontology museum in Patagonia, Argentina. Diego has worked on multiple international projects and published over 90 papers on fossils from Patagonia, South Africa, Madagascar, Colombia, Brazil, Mongolia, and China. During the last ten years Diego’s research has focused on the remarkable animal biodiversity of the dinosaur era preserved in Patagonia. Diego and his research team have recently discovered fossils of over 20 new species of dinosaurs, crocs, and other vertebrates, revealing new chapters in the history of Patagonia’s past ecosystems. This includes the discovery of the largest known dinosaur so far, the titanosaur Patagotitan, a 122-feet long herbivore estimated to weigh 70 tons. He earned his doctorate at Columbia University in 2005 and worked at the American Museum of Natural History.

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  • Feb 6-17, 2020 - M.V. Stella Australis and M.V. Ventus Australis
Eduardo Shaw
Naturalist
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Eduardo Shaw grew up on the pampas of Argentina and has lived with his family in northwestern Patagonia for more than 20 years. A former teacher and now a naturalist and lecturer, he is deeply involved in local foundations and community projects that promote sustainable development. Eduardo has led National Geographic Expeditions to Antarctica as well as numerous trips to Patagonia. He looks forward to sharing his knowledge and passion for the region.

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  • Nov 10-21, 2019 - M.V. Stella Australis and M.V. Ventus Australis
  • Jan 13-24, 2020 - M.V. Stella Australis and M.V. Ventus Australis
  • Jan 25-Feb 5, 2020 - M.V. Ventus Australis
David Silverberg
Geographer Geologist Conservationist
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David Scott Silverberg is a geographer working on conservation projects spanning six continents. His mix of exploration, research, and digital photo-video storytelling has been popular with National Geographic travelers for many years. A fellow of both the Royal Geographical Society and the Royal Asia Society, David was the executive science director at Earthwatch Institute, set up and managed Boston University environmental field research programs in British Columbia and eastern Africa, and was a founding White House staff member for AmeriCorps. David has worked in more than 100 countries, manages the Environmental Learning Institute, and teaches at several international universities.

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  • Nov 22-Dec 3, 2019 - M.V. Ventus Australis
  • Dec 28, 2019 - Jan 8, 2020 - M.V. Stella Australis and M.V. Ventus Australis
  • Nov 30-Dec 11, 2020 - M.V. Stella Australis and M.V. Ventus Australis
  • Dec 28, 2020 - Jan 8, 2021 - M.V. Ventus Australis