Whale watching, sea fauna and glaciers
Explore the Strait of Magellan & observe 2 glaciers on Santa Inés Island
Humpback whale watching
Take the opportunity to see a wide variety of wildlife, such as jotes, condors, cormorants, dolphins, albatrosses and petrels.
Sail and get to know the Francisco Coloane Marine Park
1 day from / to Punta Arenas
- navegacion and whale watching
- 1x breakfast
- 1x lunch
Cape Froward, the southernmost point of the Continental world, Glaciers, Humpback Whales, Sei Whales, Southern Dolphins, Toninas Overas, Magellanic Penguins are part of the natural wonders of this southern area of the Strait of Magellan and Tierra del Fuego.
In one of the most remote and pristine places on the planet. A full day trip will make us feel nature in its most natural state, leaving very early from our offices, we will travel by bus to our embarkation 50 kilometers south of Punta Arenas, and then navigate for 10 hours: An unmissable journey where we can enjoy a unique landscape surrounded by mountains, glaciers and lengas and coihues forests. The marine life present in the area will not cease to surprise us due to its proximity and abundance: sea lions, petrels, cormorants, southern dolphins, etc. They will make us feel that nature is felt and lived here.
Our marine itinerary includes: Set sail from Punta Carrera, Punta Santa Ana, promontory where Fort Bulnes is located, San Isidro Lighthouse, Stop to drop off passengers at Camp “Cabo Froward”, Cape Froward, Cape Holland, Rupert Island, Paso Inglés , Paso Shag, Seno Helado and return to Punta Carrera.
Season: From December 1 to March 31.
Weather: Navigation subject to weather conditions.
Schedule full day excursion
04:00 a.m. Meeting at the Solo Expeditions Punta Arenas, José Nogueira # 1255 Punta Arenas / / From February the presentation time will be at 05:00 am
transfer to Bahía Carrera (km 50 south)
06:15 a.m. Set sail and navigation through the Strait of Magellan
07:30 a.m. Pass through Cape Froward, southernmost point of the American continent.
09:30 a.m. - 13:00 p.m. Navigation in the “Francisco Coloane” Marine Park sector, watching humpback whales, cormorants, skuas, petrels, albatrosses, sea lions, sea elephants and occasionally groups of orcas.
13:00 p.m. Return navigation
Transfer back to Punta Arenas
- Transfer to and from the embarking place
- Guide on board (spanish / english)
- Coffee service, lunch and breakfast
- Whiskey with millenary ice
- Meals and beverages not indicated on the itinerary
- Pick up and Drop-off at the Hotel
- Optional trips
- Tips/gratuity, local payments
- International and domestic airfare and airport charges