Learn about penguins during this half-day boat tour to one of the world's largest penguin colonies from Ushuaia. Travel by boat to the colony, navigating the Beagle Channel and listening to narration from your guide. Perfect for families or groups—morning and afternoon departure times are available to best suit your sightseeing schedule.
Visit a Magellanic and Gentoo penguin rookery on Martillo island and explore Estancia Harberton on this 6-hour tour from Ushuaia. With a naturalist guide, view the nearly one thousand nests and see the penguins go about their daily life. Admire other bird life like skúas, petrels, cormorants, vultures and South American terns. Back on the main land, enjoy free time at the traditional Estancia Harberton to walk through the gardens and visit the historic buildings. Round-trip transportation from downtown Ushuaia is included.
Sail the Beagle Channel aboard a comfortable catamaran on this full-day exploration of the waters of Tierra del Fuego. Leaving from Ushaia, visit several islands in the channel to view the native plant and animal life, including sea lions and penguins, and spend time at the oldest ranch in the region, Estancia Haberton.
If you have only one day in Ushuaia and want to experience as much as possible, this combination tour will make sure you see all the top sights. Head for Tierra del Fuego National Park and ride the End of the World train. Visit the world's southernmost post office and the Eclaireurs lighthouse, and admire seabirds as you navigate the Beagle Channel.
We work with small groups of up to 26 passengers in a family and friendly environment with the company of professional Spanish and English speaking guides.The excursions are made with the “KAMS and“ TELIENKA ”Yachts, twin vessels of 15 meters in length, which by their dimensions allow a maximum approach to the islands allowing preferential sightings.During our tour we will visit Alicia Island, Isla de Pájaros and Isla de Lobos, where we make very close sightings of the fauna of the Beagle Channel. We know the Les Eclaireurs Lighthouse built in 1919, a true emblem of the City of Ushuaia. Finalizing, we disembarked on Bridges Island to travel a path of interpretation of flora and birdlife, telling them the history of the Yamana natives. Here are the largest anthropogenic yámanas concheros in the region.It also has a panoramic point from where we observe the magnificence of the Beagle Channel with the City of Ushuaia in the distance.
Discover Tierra del Fuego National Park through hiking and canoeing during this full-day excursion that includes a picnic lunch. With a a specialized guide and a small group limited to 12 people, experience Patagonia's stunning scenery, including mountains, lakes and rivers that are easily accessible from the coast. You'll take a 3-hour forest hike and a 1.5-hour paddle across Lapataia Bay during this day trip, with hotel transport from Ushuaia.
This navigation offers a tour of the exclusive Beagle Channel, in a small boat of up to 26 passengers.This yacht can get even closer to the points of interest.This navigation offers an incredible experience with the natural environment!
Starting from the tourist dock of the city of Ushuaia, we headed on our boat to the Beagle Channel. On the way we will make stops on the Isla de los Pájaros where we can see a colony of Imperial Cormorants and other birds such as skúas, giant petrels from the south; on Isla de los Lobos we can appreciate the South American sea lions with one and two hairs. We can see the famous homonymous lighthouse that also has colonies of imperial cormorants and rockers on its islets. On the way you can observe the predominant vegetation of the area. Once at Estancia Harberton, we will make a 15-minute navigation from the pier to Isla Martillo in a semi-rigid boat. On the island we will walk for an hour between Magellanic penguins and Papuans, always with a guide. Back in the room there will be time for lunch and visit the museum of sea bones and marine mammals Acatushún. Please include your hotel name to contact you
We begin the navigation leaving from the Tourist Pier of our city, towards the center of the Beagle Channel, enjoying the panoramic view of the Ushuaia coast, seeing the most important buildings, Maritime Museum, Museum of the End of the World, the industrial area, and the mountains Olivia and Five Brothers. Approaching the island of Los Lobos, where, from the boat, we can enjoy the view of specimens of sea lions, observing their permanent habitat. Continuing the navigation, we will go to the island of Los Pájaros. We continue sailing towards the Les Eclaireurs Lighthouse, in the archipelago of the same name. On these islets it is possible to observe parts of Monte Cervantes, a ship that was shipwrecked in 1930.Upon arriving at Isla Martillo we approach the beach and there we remain. we will observe how the colony of Magellanic Penguins that nest during the summer season approach the boat with remarkable curiosity.
Ride off-road through Tierra del Fuego on this full-day adventure from Ushuaia. Visit Lago Fagnano and Lago Escondido (Hidden Lake) in a 4x4 (Land Rover or Toyota Hilux) that gives you access to unspoiled Patagonian scenery and views of the Southern Andes Range. Enjoy a lakeside barbecue lunch paired with local Malbec wine prepared by your local adventure guides on this small-group tour, limited to 12 people.
Follow Charles Darwin's sailing route through the Beagle Channel on this catamaran trip out of Ushuaia. Check out Les Eclaireurs Lighthouse and some shipwreck ruins before experiencing the deafening din of large colonies of sea lions barking on Sea Wolves Island. Visit the End of the World Museum, view Ushuaia's defunct prison and see Olivia and Cinco Hermanos (Five Brothers) mountains. Visit Bird Island to view the varied avian population of this region and hear knowledgeable commentary from your guide.
Follow in the footsteps of Charles Darwin with this half-day catamaran cruise from Ushuaia. After boarding at Puerto Turístico, sail down the Beagle Channel and marvel at panoramic views of scenic landscapes, explore Isla Bridges with an informative guide and see settlements of the indigenous Yámanas, and spot marine life at Isla de Lobos and Isla de los Pajaros.
Live the incredible experience of walking among the magnificent and friendly penguins of Martillo Island.In addition, you can see the fabulous landscapes that surround the roads to the Haberton ranch and the island.
Sail around the ends of the earth on this half-day yacht tour of the Beagle Channel from Ushuaia. Take in the unspoiled sight of isles and peaks on this strait that runs through the Tierra del Fuego Archipelago, stopping to disembark on several islands where you can observe native wildlife like penguins, sea lions, and cormorants. Learn about their unique habitats nestled from a guide, and recharge with a snack and hot tea or coffee onboard while gliding past the magnificent scenery of the southernmost point in the world.
Explore Tierra Del Fuego National Park by boat and on foot on this all-day guided adventure. After a convenient hotel pickup, embark on a 4-mile (7-kilometer) trek on a backcountry trail to Roca Lake. Enjoy a delicious hot lunch—it’s included in the tour price—then hop in a canoe and paddle down the Lapataia River. Enjoy stunning views and learn about the region’s incredible landscape from an expert guide.
Board a catamaran for a relaxing tour along Patagonia’s Beagle Channel. Keep an eye out for sea lions and birds as you sail the waters from Ushuaia, and bask in the beauty of the coastals islands like Seal Island, where wildlife runs amok. Both the expertise of a knowedgable guide and round-trip hotel transport are included with your trip.
Visit the Sea lion island, Birds island, and Les Eclaireurs Lighthouse. Get to see magellanic and gentoo penguins for an hour on Martillo Island, please be aware that you do NOT WALK WITH PENGUINS, you see the penguins from the boat. After that, enjoy the Acatushún Museum at Harberton ranch and finally discover the iconic flag trees in the scenic Route J.
Travel to the end of the world!! Join us in this adventure and get to know the most southerly capital city in the world, Ushuaia. Be astonished by its landscape littered with dense forests, snow-capped mountains, lakes and millenary glaciers.Then visit the world-famous Los Glaciares National Park, situated near the town of El Calafate. These are two of Argentina’s tourist attractions that you simply cannot afford to miss.
The narrow Beagle Channel—the body of water that separates Tierra del Fuego from remote Chilean islands—begs to be explored by boat. Tick off several Beagle Channel highlights during a half-day sailing tour from Ushuaia, ideal for first-time visitors short on time. On a small vessel limited to 25 people, cruise past Lighthouse Les Eclaireurs, observe colonies of cormorants and sea lions, and disembark at Bridges Island for a short trek. Morning or afternoon departure times are available.
If you’re in Ushuaia between October and April, sailing to Martillo Island to see colonies of wild penguins is a must. This half-day tour is a great option for getting out, seeing the sights, and then heading back to town without investing a whole day. Plus, it includes stops at other islands known for wildlife and a historical lighthouse, all while passing by incredible coastline views.
Explore Tierra del Fuego on this Patagonian eco-adventure, departing from Ushuaia. You'll visit a Magellanic penguin rookery on Martillo Island, accessible by boat. Paddle an inflatable canoe down the Lasiphashaj River and through the Beagle Channel in the company of experienced adventure guides. Enjoy a picnic lunch and a scenic hike on remote Gable Island. Choose an optional side trip to Estancia Harberton, tour the 19th-century homestead and visit its unusual museum. This full-day adventure includes round-trip hotel transportation, all equipment, lunch, snacks, beverages, and wine.
The Beagle Channel runs through the Tierra del Fuego archipelago at the southernmost tip of Patagonia. On this tour, set sail on a scenic cruise along the remote strait and visit the sea lion colonies at Los Lobos island, see Les Eclareir´s Lighthouse, and look out for skuas, albatross, and gaviotas on Los Pajaros island.
Experiment to know incredible points of the end of the world above a yacht.You will be able to observe and disembark in one of the magnificent islands of the route. And throughout the trip you can get to know the fauna of the area.