The 12-day, 11-night journey starts with a night at the Sofitel Buenos Aires and a flight to Ushuaia, the world's southernmost city and gateway to Patagonia.
The itinerary includes time to explore Tierra del Fuego National Park, a stop at the End of the World Post Office, and a catamaran ride through the Beagle Channel — named after the boat Charles Darwin used to explore the area in 1833.
Disney is partnering withPonant— a French cruise line known for its luxury vessels and adventurous itineraries — on the journey. Passengers will have the chance to cross the Drake Passage (one of the most challenging crossings a ship can make), kayak at the edge of the earth, and frolic with penguins and whales in a place few get to experience.
Prices start at around $11,200 for kids and $12,500 for adults, including meals at the ship's two onboard restaurants. Children under 10 are not allowed.
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