The Beagle Channel is an east-west natural waterway at the southern tip of South America near Cape Horn. It crosses Argentina and Chile and connects the Atlantic and Pacific Oceans. It can reach the Malvinas Islands to the east, Oceania to the west, and the Antarctic continent across the Drake Channel to the south, with a total length of more than 200 kilometers. In the 18th century, biologist Darwin took the cruiser "Beagle" to investigate, and people later named the strait after the cruiser "Beagle". The cruise ship travels in the Beagle Channel, and the snow-white glaciers and the blue sea contrast each other.
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After a day and night of tossing, we passed through the high and mighty Drake Strait, into the waters of Chile and Argentina, into the Strait of Big, through the southernmost city of the continent of South America, Ushuaia, Argentina, and the sky cleared, and a rainbow crossed the Strait. On the left is Chile, on the right is Argentina, and the whole boat is excited and the blue glacier is seen.
I was lucky that the weather was great during my time in Ushuaia. I took a boat trip through the Beagle Channel and returned months later. The views were spectacular even though it was cold. The views of the city and the surrounding hills ( Andes) were spectacular. You will find interesting things about the history of the channel and also see sea lions, if you are lucky...and whales!
There is a sheltered harbor. Men and women with courage can challenge themselves. It is the diving at sea. From the ship to the storm boat. Then splash down the cold water. The diving is happy, the visitors are scared.
Everyone has an Antarctic dream in their hearts, witnessing the ancient Andes and deep tunnels of the Beagle Channel, and the winds blowing with the penguins on a square foot across the Earth! Mobile phones to feel the feeling of the world's southernmost city together~