Enjoy the ride past Hornos Island, then marvel at the rugged coastlines that define this isolated idyll. Get the "money shot" as the captain signifies you're passing Cape Horn itself, and zoom in on the Chilean Naval Station, a humble wooden structure that's home to a picturesque lighthouse. Cruising amid these isolated straits definitely makes you feel like you're at the end of the world!
Speaking of birds, you can also see rockhopper penguins when you look down on Hornos Island's beaches, and you may see an albatross when you look up. Search for humpback whales when you look down off the dock, ideally during lulls when the water is not so rough. Then, try to spot sea lions lazing on the rocks — their mousy color often camouflages them — or consider bringing binoculars if you hope to be able to see king crabs from afar. Searching for wildlife is one of the best things to do in Cape Horn, Chile.
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