Where are you going?
Or, let us surprise youSpin the Globe ®

Cape Horn See/Do

List View
Map View
Save Place

The Yaghan culture flourished for almost 8,000 years, and the coastal people, who number fewer than 2,000 today, influenced Charles Darwin’s thinking regarding the adaptability of humans to various environmental conditions. Their former...

Save Place

Horn Island has a cape that juts out of the water like a big horn indeed, but the island that lies where the Atlantic and Pacific collide is in fact named for the Dutch town of Hoorn, which gave financial support to early expeditions here. A...

Save Place

Two sets of islands spread over 632 square kilometers (244 square miles) and separated by a narrow channel make up the Cape Horn National Park. The Hermite and Wollaston islands are also part of a UNESCO Biosphere Reserve. The windswept islands...

Save Place

At three times the size of the Big Island of Hawaii, this is South America’s largest island. Split almost equally between Argentina and Chile, Isla Grande de Tierra del Fuego is divided from the mainland by the legendary Strait of Magellan...

Save Place

The island of Navarino is dominated by the 1,195-meter-high (3,921-foot-high) mountains whose toothlike peaks led to their name, Dientes de Navarino. First settled some 10,000 years ago, the island is today home to around 2,000 people. Like so...