Beagle Channel Catamaran To Sea Wolves Island

Beagle Channel Catamaran To Sea Wolves Island Tour in Usuaia (Tierra Del Fuego)
Excursion Highlights:
  • Experience Argentina's Beagle Channel Catamaran To Sea Wolves Island tour - sail the channel, observe wildlife, and explore Tierra Del Fuego.
  • Traverse the breathtaking Ushuaia Bay and Beagle Channel, witnessing the mesmerizing beauty of the Tierra del Fuego archipelago.
  • Get up close with sea lions and a birds around Isla de Los Pajaros and Isla de Los Lobos.
  • Discover the historical significance of Faro Les Eclaireu and learn about the SS Monte Cervantes that sank in 1930.
  • Travel comfortably on a motorized catamaran equipped with an inner cabin, observation deck, and bathrooms for a luxurious and convenient journey.
Price: $69.00
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Shore Excursion Size ? Standard
Shore Excursion Type Scenic, Water
Shore Excursion Duration 3 Hours
Activity Level ? Easy
Shore Excursion Leaves From ? Cruise Ship Pier or Cruise Ship Tender Pier
Food/Beverage Provided Coffee and tea is included.
Recommended Dress For all tours in Ushuaia, we recommend dressing in layers. Comfortable rubber-soled shoes and a light jacket are recommended.
Restrictions Guests must be able to walk approximately 500 feet over paved and gravel surfaces. There is an incline at the dock. Guests must be able to step on and off of the catamaran.

Beagle Channel Catamaran To Sea Wolves Island

Cross Argentina's wide Bay of Ushuaia and sail the Beagle Channel on a catamaran to view sea lions and the harsh but wildly beautiful Tierra Del Fuego region.

After departing from the local tourist dock, this nature lover's tour will traverse the bay of Ushuaia and reach the Beagle Channel through Paso Chico. The channel is a strait located in the archipelago island chain of Tierra del Fuego and it separates the larger main island of Isla Grande de Tierra del Fuego from various smaller islands.

You will motor around Isla de Los Pajaros (Bird Island) and Isla de los Lobos (Sea Lions Island), which are part of the Bridges Archipelago. You will have the opportunity to observe skuas, black-browed albatrosses, steamer ducks, cauquenes, kelp gulls, grey gulls, and sea lions.

Upon arrival at Faro Les Eclaireur (the Illuminators Lighthouse), you'll see colonies of shags and cormorants. You'll also learn the history of the SS Monte Cervantes that sank in 1930.

The motorized catamaran you are traveling on has an inside cabin as well as an observation deck on the top. To access the top deck, guests must be able to pull themselves up a steep ladder with handrail. The boat is bathroom equipped.

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