Beagle channel navigation + penguin colony+ Harberton without landing.
Navigations in Ushuaia
-Season: October to march.
-Departures time + - 09.02 AM
-Returns + - 06.05 PM
-Lasts: + - 5,5 hours
-Catamaran/Ferry up to + - 83 passangers
-Departure place: Ushuaia tourist pier
-Dificultty: None. Suitable for all ages.
-Physical Requirements: It is aimed at people in good physical condition, used to moderate walks on uneven terrain.
-Outfit: Sport shoes or trekking. Comfortable sports wear, long trousers, warm sweater or pile, water or windproof jacket, sun glasses, sun block, gloves.
-Weather:Like all activity in the nature "all times" informed about duration of activities are approximate and depend largely on climatic factors always prioritizing comfort, safety and enjoyment of our customers
Departing from the tourist pier, we start the navigation through the Beagle Channel, heading for to
the Lighthouse of Les Eclaireurs "the circumnavigated the vessel stops to enable passengers to watch
and take pictures. After we take heading the birds and sea Liosn sialnds, where we approach and stand
for see the colony of these cute animals, which are close to the boat to observe and begin swimming and
jumping around the boat. we continue our journey passing by the Estancia Remolino and Almanza Harbor,
heading for the McKinlay Passage toward the gable / Martillo Island, where there is a Magellan penguin
colony. There we will stop to watch and photograph these birds from the catamaran.
After that, we will land in Estancia Haberton and the guide will tell us its history,. The tour includes excellent views of the bay, mountains and islands to the southeast, then a stroll through The Park, TF's oldest Nature Reserve (fenced in the 1890s) to view the five kinds of native trees, other local flora,
replicas of two types of native wigwam and learn family history. Coming down the hill, you enter some of the old buildings: the shearing shed, carpenter shop and boat house, walking step by step through history to end in the family garden with its 1894 terraces.
The tour end in the Mánacatush Tea Room, part of the old house, where there are posters illustrating the native groups and Bridges, Lawrence and Goodall family history. After this we will return to Ushuaia, by bus at the same point. the Ushuaia tourist pier.
-Navigation through Beagle channel + sea lions and bird islands + Les Eclaireurs lighthouse + Penguin colony without landing + Harberton ranch.
-Transfer to the Ushuaia pier are not included.
-Not include entrance fee to Harberton ranch ar$ 290.- pesos
-Boarding fee ar$ 30.- pesos argentinos per passenger
-The boarding fee you will pay in the pier the day of the navigations.
-The Uhsuaia tourist pier is located in the heart of the city, just 50 metres from the main Street.
-Childrens under 10 years old 50% of the fare.
-Childrens under 2 years old free.
-The navigation company request passangers send the passport or ID photocopy to buy the ticket with discount for childrens.
-The Uhsuaia tourist pier is located in the heart of the city, just 50 metres from the main Street, Mapiu and Lasserre streets, very easy to get there.
-The captain can modify the itinerary or shorten the tour depending on the weather conditions in order to avoid accidents, thus making the best of each tour.
-Advanced reservations guarantee the realisation of the tour.
-Like all activity in the nature "all times" informed about duration of activities are approximate and depend largely on climatic factors always prioritizing comfort, safety and enjoyment of our customers