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En 1833, Charles Darwin a navigué le long du Canal de Beagle. Vous pouvez retracer son parcours lors d'une croisière en catamaran de 2 heures et demie au départ d'Ushuaia. Vous pourrez immortaliser la vue sur l’ancienne prison d'Ushuaïa, aller voir le musée du bout du monde, et admirer la vue sur les montagnes Cinq Frères et Olivia parmi d'autres sites. Après avoir atteint le phare Les Éclaireurs et contemplé les ruines, vous vous rapprocherez de lions de mer à Wolves Island et des résidents ailés à Bird Island. Profitez d'une visite guidée et du transport aller-retour à l'hôtel.
The tour itself is wonderful. A good ship, interesting views around, I consider it obligatory to visit in Ushuaia. But the organization! We stupidly stood in line for landing an hour and a half, no one said why, what happened .... To be honest, even this did not spoil the impression.
Сам тур замечательный. Хороший корабль, интересные виды вокруг, считаю его обязательным к посещению в Ушуайе. Но организация! Мы тупо стояли в очереди на посадку полтора часа, никто не говорил почему, что случилось.... Честно говоря даже это не испортило впечатлений.
This tour was amazing! Don't miss this one, especially if you are fortunate enough to be in Tierra del Fuego in shoulder season. You get to experience the wonder of this place without it being packed by tourists. Company was first-rate. Had a professional biologist on board. I would recommend using the photographer on board from the start. He takes all photos for the day, including 8 or 10 of you. The photos are great and, more importantly, you don't have to spend the day behind the camera. Which would be a shame in this quiet stillness. Put the Go Pros down on just this one. Highly recommended!
My husband and I thoroughly enjoyed this catamaran cruise in the Beagle Channel in late October 2016. It was short enough to not tie up the entire day, but long enough to give us a wonderful experience in the Channel. The views were spectacular. We loved our guide. He spoke both English and Spanish although we were the only English speakers on the trip. He made a point of speaking with us personally several time throughout the trip, sharing some personal experiences.
We got very close to several islands and were able to watch the birds and sea wolves sea lions sitting on the rocks and swimming in the water. It was mating time, so we saw some of the mating rituals as well. The boat captain would turn the boat from one side to another so that everyone had a close view of the animals and lighthouse. There was plenty of time for photos and selfies. We stopped at one island and got off for a short walk. Our guide told us to leave the rocks, leaves, plants, etc for others to see. As we were leaving the island, another large tour boat pulled in beside us. The tourists on that boat began picking up rocks and other things, and putting them in their pockets as souvenirs. So sad that they felt they could take what they wanted.
It was a great trip and I highly recommend it. We took a morning cruise, having been forewarned that the afternoons are sometimes too windy for the boats on the Channel. The next day all cruises were cancelled in the afternoon due to the wind and waves. I would recommend going on the cruise the first day we only had two days there and taking it in the morning. If there had been a bad weather day, we would still have had a second day to attempt the cruise.
On arrival in Ushuaia I was told that my tour did not include the most important thing, the Penguins, so I managed to upgrade through the hotel. As the tour gets passed around from company to company, check in was confusing, this should be made more streamline.
The trip was great, full of info and great sights. Warning to those who get sea sick, the journey back was extremely rough due to wind, which apparently is often. 60% of passengers got sick. It was really rough!
I feel the tour name match sea lion island not sea wolves island.
The tour time had changed 1 and half hour earlier without previous announce by email. I knew it when I arrived and checked in the hotel. I hope the change of tour time will be told more earlier.