Description

Live a full day of Navigation to Cape Froward and discover the end of the American continent

The navigation to Cape Froward and Cruz de Los Mares trek is a unique adventure trip to the southernmost point of the American landmass.

We start our tour at 7:00 in the morning. We leave in a private vehicle from Punta Arenas to Punta Arbol, a place located 70 km to the south. The tour ends at approximately 7:00 p.m. in Punta Arenas.

Once in Punta Arbol, we board a boat. Our incredible navigation adventure begins through the beautiful waters of the Strait of Magellan, for 3 hours to Cape Froward.

Crossing the Strait of Magellan by boat

During the navigation we will be able to enjoy the beautiful landscape of the lush Magellanic forests, great mountains and fjords that connect with the Strait of Magellan. We will sail past Mount Tarn just before reaching the last lighthouse on the South American mainland, the San Isidro Lighthouse.

We will be able to see numerous coastal birds such as cormorants, caiquenes, jergón duck, petrels, albatrosses. In addition, we will also see wonderful marine animals in their natural habitat, such as southern dolphins, sea lions and occasionally whales that visit the area during the summer months.

If the weather and navigation conditions allow it, we will disembark at Cape Froward to make the 3-hour trek to Cruz de los Mares.

Arrival at the final point of South America – Cruz de los Mares

The Cruz de los Mares is located on top of the Santa Agueda hill, a place with a wonderful panoramic view of the big island of Tierra del Fuego. Its set of islands make up the archipelago of the same name, as well as the majestic Cordillera de Darwin located in the D’Agostini National Park.

After the trekking we will enjoy a nutritious box lunch and begin our return trip by boat to the initial boarding point and later return by vehicle to Punta Arenas.

Detail

Included
Transfer
Bilingual guide (Spanish and English)
Lunch Box
Trekking sticks

Not included
Tips
Services not mentioned
Accident insurance

FAQ

What type of clothing should be worn?

Warm clothing for possible windy and rainy conditions.

Is there a discount for going in a group?

For reservations of 4 to 8 passengers we offer an additional discount of 8%.

Is food offered?

Food is not included in this excursion, so it is important to bring nutritious snacks such as:

  • Nuts
  • Fruits
  • Water bottle
  • Sandwich (nothing very heavy)
  • Cereal bars

Conditions

Check the contracting terms of the Full Day Navigation to Cape Froward + Trekking to Cruz de los Mares tour.

Full Day Navigation to Cape Froward + Trekking to Cruz de los Mares

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Description

Live a full day of Navigation to Cape Froward and discover the end of the American continent

The navigation to Cape Froward and Cruz de Los Mares trek is a unique adventure trip to the southernmost point of the American landmass.

We start our tour at 7:00 in the morning. We leave in a private vehicle from Punta Arenas to Punta Arbol, a place located 70 km to the south. The tour ends at approximately 7:00 p.m. in Punta Arenas.

Once in Punta Arbol, we board a boat. Our incredible navigation adventure begins through the beautiful waters of the Strait of Magellan, for 3 hours to Cape Froward.

Crossing the Strait of Magellan by boat

During the navigation we will be able to enjoy the beautiful landscape of the lush Magellanic forests, great mountains and fjords that connect with the Strait of Magellan. We will sail past Mount Tarn just before reaching the last lighthouse on the South American mainland, the San Isidro Lighthouse.

We will be able to see numerous coastal birds such as cormorants, caiquenes, jergón duck, petrels, albatrosses. In addition, we will also see wonderful marine animals in their natural habitat, such as southern dolphins, sea lions and occasionally whales that visit the area during the summer months.

If the weather and navigation conditions allow it, we will disembark at Cape Froward to make the 3-hour trek to Cruz de los Mares.

Arrival at the final point of South America – Cruz de los Mares

The Cruz de los Mares is located on top of the Santa Agueda hill, a place with a wonderful panoramic view of the big island of Tierra del Fuego. Its set of islands make up the archipelago of the same name, as well as the majestic Cordillera de Darwin located in the D’Agostini National Park.

After the trekking we will enjoy a nutritious box lunch and begin our return trip by boat to the initial boarding point and later return by vehicle to Punta Arenas.

Detail

Included
Transfer
Bilingual guide (Spanish and English)
Lunch Box
Trekking sticks

Not included
Tips
Services not mentioned
Accident insurance

FAQ

What type of clothing should be worn?

Warm clothing for possible windy and rainy conditions.

Is there a discount for going in a group?

For reservations of 4 to 8 passengers we offer an additional discount of 8%.

Is food offered?

Food is not included in this excursion, so it is important to bring nutritious snacks such as:

  • Nuts
  • Fruits
  • Water bottle
  • Sandwich (nothing very heavy)
  • Cereal bars

Conditions

Check the contracting terms of the Full Day Navigation to Cape Froward + Trekking to Cruz de los Mares tour.

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