Enjoy a marine adventure enjoying whale watching
We will begin our activity with the pickup of the guests at their hotels at 07:00 a.m. From there we will begin an adventure for about 50 kilometers to the south of Punta Arenas. During the tour our guide will give us indications of the equipment to navigate.
An hour and a half later we will arrive at the “Agua Fresca” bay to take a ferry and enjoy a guided navigation in search of the wonderful whales.
Every summer groups of whales pass through the Strait of Magellan to feed, so it is the perfect opportunity to observe some specimens of Humpback Whales and Sei Whales.
Watching Humpback Whales and Sei Whales in Patagonia is a unique and exciting experience that attracts many tourists to the region. These whales are known for their impressive leaps out of the water, known as “vault jumps.” They are also known to emit a series of sounds and calls while navigating the strait.
To watch Humpback Whales in Patagonia, it is necessary to take a boat excursion from one of the coastal cities, such as Punta Arenas or Puerto Madryn.
This excursion includes an expert guide who provides information about these creatures and their habitat, as well as the opportunity to get up close and personal with them in a responsible and safe way.
After a few hours of navigation, we go through some bays to enjoy bird and dolphin sightings.
We will end the tour with a celebratory snack outdoors or under a dining tent depending on the weather conditions.
We will arrive in Punta Arenas at 1:30 p.m.
Access for wheelchairs or people with reduced mobility
What to bring to the Whale Watching?
Extra gloves, extra hat, sunglasses, sunscreen, an extra change of clothes or a complete first layer, which can also be a sports suit and camera.
Where are humpback whales found in Patagonia?
Humpback whales can be found in the Atlantic and Pacific oceans, and they move along the coasts of South America throughout the year. In Patagonia, these whales can be observed mainly in the fjords and bays of the region, where they go to feed and reproduce in the summer months.
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