This was a great tour which exceeded my expectations. I was pleasantly surprised that the tour allowed time to visit the end-of-the world post office. I brought my passport to be stamped as I was going to seek it out later in the day. The passport stamp, 9 postcards, and the relevant stamps were $39 USD. I was able to fill them out later that day and mail from BA hotel. Also included was a visit to the end of the Pan American Highway. There were many photo opts and the fact that it was beautifully sunny, warm day enhanced the visit.
A great day with close encounter with different species of birds, sea lions and of course penguins. The Estancia Haberton was quite interesting to visit as well.
It was a nice train ride to the National Park and very informative guide took us around the Park. I enjoyed the tour very much.
The Estancia Harberton tour is the one I started wondering all the way, seeing Penguins and Beagle Channel Crossing and nice food we had at the Estancia Harberton. I wish I could go there once again.
It was an excellent trip. The trip was as advertised and more. We had such a good guide.
One slight problem was that we were given an earlier time to be at the meeting point (9.00 am) and the guide had 9.45. This caused some anxiety as to whether we were in the correct place to meet. All worked out by 9.30.
Did not take train ride. Scenery was fine.
It worth the local price. Excellent but not for the price Viator charge
First way overcharged By Viator. The Penguins tour was excellent. The Estancia Harberton was no working estancia. No cows no Horses no cheeps. Time waited except for the maritine museum
Had difficulty confirming our hotel pick-up for the tour but once vendor was changed by Viator for us everything went smoothly. Greatly enjoyed the tour of the park. Train ride was ok but in hindsight would have preferred more time on the walking and driving part of the tour
Visited the area in November and the weather was unexpectedly bad with reduced visibility. The train ride was interesting from an historical perspective as well as giving you a personal look at the environmental devastation that the logging caused in the area.
We were very disappointed because the promised SAILING tour turned out to be a cruise on a huge catamaran motor boat with hundreds of tourists. Absolutely over prized.
I could not expect a beautiful landscape of de la fuego national park. Meal was not good and staff service was also not excellent.
Really fun and interesting seeing the back roads. It is like non other. Really get the feel for back–roaring!
loved the tour beautiful nature
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