Helitour with Landing at Le Cloche Summit

Price: $493.00
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Helitour with Landing at Le Cloche Summit

Climb aboard a helicopter for the ride of a lifetime. This Ushuaia tour gives you a bird's eye view of Argentina's fabled coast.

After the required safety meeting, your certified pilot will first fly you above the Ushuaia city heading toward Olivia Mountain's 4,350 foot iconic summit. Continuing onward above the Olivia River, the imposing peat lands in the Carbajal Valley will appear. Further still, you'll fly through the Tierra Mayor valley, where the Emerald Lagoon shimmers like a mirage. Its glacier green mineral rich waters burst through, separating itself from the terrain.

Once the altitude is reached for Le Cloche Mountain's summit, your helicopter will settle down. Here, high in the Andes, a spectacular view of the city and channel can be enjoyed. Bring your camera to capture this unforgettable panoramic view. This mountain, located south of Olivia Mountain, is 3,273 feet high and was named Le Cloche because of its bell shape. This Tierra del Fuego tour offers magnificent views and a thrilling ride. Book today for an incredible experience at a low price.

Please Note: You will be in the air for approximately 30 minutes. The rest of the tour duration includes time for travel and filling out documents.

Shore Excursion Size
Shore Excursion Type
Cultural, Scenic
Shore Excursion Duration
1 Hour
Activity Level
Shore Excursion Leaves From
An approximately 5 minute walk from the Cruise Terminal. (Full details will be provided in your electronic ticket upon confirmation.)
Food/Beverage Provided
Not Included
Recommended Dress
Comfortable lightweight seasonal clothing and sturdy non-slip walking shoes are recommended. A light sweater may be needed for the winter months in the evenings. Guests should bring a jacket, a hat, and sunscreen. Good quality sunglasses are advised, and photo-chromatic lenses for those who wear spectacles.
Participants must be able to get in and out of the helicopter. This tour is not wheelchair accessible.