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  • Ushuaia: Gable Island and Penguin Colony with Canoeing

    1. Ushuaia: Gable Island and Penguin Colony with Canoeing

    Join this active excursion to take part in the most comprehensive day tour of Tierra del Fuego. In addition to Gable Island, visit the Harberton Ranch and the penguin colony on Martillo Island. Leave Ushuaia toward the east until you arrive at Lasifashaj River. There, preparations will begin to paddle inflatable canoes along the river and the Beagle Channel. You will be provided with rubber boots, trousers, and life jackets to paddle downstream and to the sea in the Beagle Channel. At the sea, you will see wildlife, including a variety of seabirds and maybe even some sea lions. Then, arrive at the Harberton Ranch and take a motorboat towards the Isla Martillo. From the boat, you can see penguins at their breeding site. Continue on your motorboat to the main attraction of the day, the huge Gable Island, where a hot lunch awaits you with Patagonian wine, soft drinks, and mineral water. N...

    Fantastic day. Great guides. Good food. Appropriate time to rest and be active. Unique experience.

  • Ushuaia: Beagle Channel Boat Tour and Bridges Island Trek

    2. Ushuaia: Beagle Channel Boat Tour and Bridges Island Trek

    Meet your friendly crew and board your boat for the day in the local port of Ushuaia, then set sail towards Alicia Island where you can observe a colony of sea lions. Head towards Bird Island next, and watch out for the array of royal and imperial cormorants, which nest their chicks here from spring to autumn. After a bit of bird watching, travel east to another small island where you can find fur seals, depending on the time of year. Arrive at Les Eclaireurs Lighthouse, an iconic symbol of Ushuaia that was built in 1919. Learn about the fascinating history of the lighthouse as you admire the view, then sail on to Bridges Island. Disembark from the boat and set out on a mini trek in search of native flora and fauna. Follow your guide along the path and learn about the local wildlife as well as the history of the island’s natives. At the highest point along the trek, take a moment to adm...

    We mostly went on the trip to watch seabirds and it was amazing for that. We brought binoculars and were able to see a number of species. Our guide was incredibly knowledgable and helpful and enthusiastic and we had a great time. Also we saw whales.

  • Ushuaia: Beagle Channel by Boat, Hiking, and Seafood

    3. Ushuaia: Beagle Channel by Boat, Hiking, and Seafood

    Experience the incredible landscapes of Beagle Channel as you journey to from Brown Bay by boat. Enjoy a hearty lunch of fresh local seafood. Stroll across meadows as you hike to Lasifashaj waterfall.

    Travel from your accommodation through a glacial valley to Brown Bay. Hop on board to begin your voyage through the Beagle Channel. Cross Guarani pass, sail along islands with colonies of sea lions, rock shags and magellanic penguins. Head back to shore where you will find a fresh seafood lunch waiting for you. Learn more about the way of life of the fishermen and inhabitants from the small village of Almanza while you eat. Afterwards, begin your hiking adventure to Lasifashaj waterfall. As we hike, immerse yourself in nature and listen to the sound of the waterfall. Watch the sun start to slowly set as you visit the most famous flag tree of Tierra del Fuego before headin...

  • From Ushuaia: King Crab Fishing Day Trip with Lunch

    4. From Ushuaia: King Crab Fishing Day Trip with Lunch

    Feel like a local as you catch your own crab in the Beagle Channel and learn the culinary secrets of Patagonian-style crab. Explore a native forest and a traditional fishing village on a guided trip.

    After pick-up from your hotel, head to your first stop, a dense native forest by the coast. Walk through the woods to visit an impressive waterfall before returning to the vehicle. Next, see Puerto Almanza, the southernmost fishing port in Argentina.

    From there, drive to a small fishing village, where nearly everyone fishes, catching crab, mussels, and other typical mollusks. Meet your local host family and board their boat. Sail to where they lay their traps and pull them up. Hopefully, they’ll be full of crabs. 

    On the return to shore, your hosts will prepare a crab in the Patagonian style, boiled in ...

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What people are saying about Beagle Channel

We mostly went on the trip to watch seabirds and it was amazing for that. We brought binoculars and were able to see a number of species. Our guide was incredibly knowledgable and helpful and enthusiastic and we had a great time. Also we saw whales.

Our guide was very dynamic. The boat being small the group is of reasonable size, it does not make mass tourism. The cruise will be a great memory.

Fantastic day. Great guides. Good food. Appropriate time to rest and be active. Unique experience.

Great, versatile tour with very good care - was worth it.