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The Beagle Channel is a beautiful strait to the south of Tierra del Fuego, the southernmost point of South America. The Channel was named after the ship that Charles Darwin once used to explore the area. See some of the same wildlife that captivated Darwin's imagination and stimulated his intellect. The area is rich with yellow-winged finches, Chilean green parrots, seals, and orcas.

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by DaveinNH

Fantastic to see the glaciers from our balcony. If you are going eastbound, get a balcony on the port side (westbound be on the starboard side of the ship). A real highlight of the cruise.

Visited: Feb 15, 2020

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