The World's End Destinations

Home to the southernmost indigenous culture in the world, the Yamana (Yaghan), the World's End is in itself, a tale of life, evolution, survival, and ambition, but above all, about the pursuit dreams.

A recently declared (2005) “World Biosphere Reserve”, the Fuegian Archipelago & Cape Horn region are part of a series of historical territories traditionally associated with the “World's End”. These same areas were identified in 2002 by NGO Conservation International as one of earth's 37 "last wild places".

Rich in nature, and populated by just a few, the World's End has a tradition of exploration and discovery. From the nomadic Yamana (Yaghan) to Martial, Cook, Fitzroy & Darwin, the area is until today, an explorer's dream.

Puerto Williams, Chile, is what we consider home and base camp. We are proud to say that we're not only a Chilean company, but we are also neighbours in the world's southernmost community.

As inhabitants of these remote lands, we want to take you and show you why this area is so special to us. For this purpose, we have developed three main destinations that are reached by our expeditions. The Cape Horn, the Cape Horn & Tierra del Fuego's Darwin Range, South Georgia, and Antarctica Expeditions aim at providing a sight at the best, remote, pristine, and wild the area has to offer.