Enjoy a boat navigation in the Argentino Lake and watching different glaciers.
From Puerto Bandera, 47 km (29 miles) away from El Calafate, we will start our navigation through the northern arm of Lago Argentino.
We will sail to pass through ‘Boca del Diablo’, heading towards Upsala Channel to navigate among the big ice floes that fall off Upsala Glacier front wall.
Our next destination will be the Spegazzini Channel, where we will enjoy the view of Seco Glacier. We will continue up tho Spegazzini Gacier front wall, where we will also enjoy Hein Sur an Peineta Glaciers views.
Afterwords we shall disembark at Spegazzini Base, to begin our visit of the area by walking through a forest path to arrive to Spegazzini Shelter. This accessible 300-meters path will take us to stop in different stations and viewpoints covering the whole Bahía de Los Glaciares.
We can have lunch at the shelter, visit the shop, or just sit to enjoy the beautiful landscape. Those who like trekking can take the Mountain Path. This medium-difficulty path goes through a wooded trail, full of natural viewpoints and incredible views, ending at embarkation point.
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Almost all of our tours are done in small groups. All of them have english speaking guides.
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This tour is 100% refundable if you cancel 72hs before the date of your tour.
After booking and finalizing payment, you will receive a confirmation for your purchase. Then, in less than 24 hours, you will receive the voucher that you can use to take the excursions.
If the reservation is for the next day, we will be attentive and we will send you the voucher before your excursion begins.
To improve your experience We recommend that you wear comfortable shoes, a coat, sunscreen, sunglasses and do not forget to bring your camera or cell phone (on board and on land we have 220 volt power).