Description

A full day journey that will make you feel nature in its most natural state

In one of the most remote and pristine places on the planet, a full day journey will make you feel nature in its most natural state. An unmissable adventure where you can enjoy a unique landscape surrounded by mountains, glaciers, and lenga and coihue forests.

The marine life present in the area will not cease to surprise you due to its proximity and abundance: sea lions, petrels, cormorants, southern dolphins, among others. Along the way, you will be able to watch the sunrise over Tierra del Fuego and Fort Bulnes. Also, you will pass through the southernmost point of the American continent, Cabo Froward, where you will see the Cruz de los Mares and then continue to the Francisco Coloane Marine Park.

Itinerary

  • 04:00 a.m. – Meeting at the office or Bahía Carrera (km 50 south)
  • 05:15 a.m. – Set sail and navigation through the Strait of Magellan
  • 07:00 a.m. – Pass through Cape Froward, the southernmost point of the American continent
  • 09:00 a.m. – 01:00 p.m. – Navigation in the “Francisco Coloane” Marine Park sector, spotting humpback whales, cormorants, skuas, petrels, albatrosses, sea lions, sea elephants and sometimes groups of orcas
  • 01:00 p.m. – Return navigation
  • 04:00 p.m. aprox. – Return to Bahía Carrera

Detail

Included
Navigation
Coffee service on board, breakfast and lunch
Bilingual guide (Spanish and English)
Whiskey millennial ice

Not included
Transfer to the meeting point
Tips
Other services not mentioned
Accident insurance

FAQ

What to bring?

  • Backpack for personal items (cell phone, cameras, documents, etc.)
  • Warm clothing
  • Waterproof jacket
  • Beanie
  • Gloves

Is whale watching 100% safe?

The rate of sighting of cetaceans in the area of the Francisco Coloane Marine Park is high since the boat stops in a feeding area of the species. Although we can never guarantee the sighting of animals 100%, we cannot forget that they are free and in their natural environment, and if they wish they can avoid approaching our boat and therefore be detected.

Conditions

Check the contracting terms of the tour Full Day Whales, Penguins and Glaciers.

Full Day Whales, Penguins and Glaciers

from

$287

Departures from Bahía Carrera
Every day

Schedule: start at 4:30 a.m. – end at 04:30 p.m.

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Description

A full day journey that will make you feel nature in its most natural state

In one of the most remote and pristine places on the planet, a full day journey will make you feel nature in its most natural state. An unmissable adventure where you can enjoy a unique landscape surrounded by mountains, glaciers, and lenga and coihue forests.

The marine life present in the area will not cease to surprise you due to its proximity and abundance: sea lions, petrels, cormorants, southern dolphins, among others. Along the way, you will be able to watch the sunrise over Tierra del Fuego and Fort Bulnes. Also, you will pass through the southernmost point of the American continent, Cabo Froward, where you will see the Cruz de los Mares and then continue to the Francisco Coloane Marine Park.

Itinerary

  • 04:00 a.m. – Meeting at the office or Bahía Carrera (km 50 south)
  • 05:15 a.m. – Set sail and navigation through the Strait of Magellan
  • 07:00 a.m. – Pass through Cape Froward, the southernmost point of the American continent
  • 09:00 a.m. – 01:00 p.m. – Navigation in the “Francisco Coloane” Marine Park sector, spotting humpback whales, cormorants, skuas, petrels, albatrosses, sea lions, sea elephants and sometimes groups of orcas
  • 01:00 p.m. – Return navigation
  • 04:00 p.m. aprox. – Return to Bahía Carrera

Detail

Included
Navigation
Coffee service on board, breakfast and lunch
Bilingual guide (Spanish and English)
Whiskey millennial ice

Not included
Transfer to the meeting point
Tips
Other services not mentioned
Accident insurance

FAQ

What to bring?

  • Backpack for personal items (cell phone, cameras, documents, etc.)
  • Warm clothing
  • Waterproof jacket
  • Beanie
  • Gloves

Is whale watching 100% safe?

The rate of sighting of cetaceans in the area of the Francisco Coloane Marine Park is high since the boat stops in a feeding area of the species. Although we can never guarantee the sighting of animals 100%, we cannot forget that they are free and in their natural environment, and if they wish they can avoid approaching our boat and therefore be detected.

Conditions

Check the contracting terms of the tour Full Day Whales, Penguins and Glaciers.

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