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Whale Watching Tour from Punta Arenas

Whale Watching Tour from Punta Arenas
Whale Watching Tour from Punta Arenas
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Get impressed with Whales watching at Chilean Patagonia

12 hours
  • Mobile & printed vouchers accepted
  • Free Cancellation

Highlights

  • Observe humpback whales, Magellan penguins, sea elephants, sea lions, toninas, austral dolphins, cormorants, albatros and a great diversity of sea birds
  • Beautiful landscapes, exuberant flora and big hanging glaciers from Darwin range
  • Box lunch and transport from city meeting point to pier included

Includes

  • Boat Trip
  • Box Lunch
  • Tea, coffee and cookies on board

  • Roundtrip Transfer from Punta Arenas Hotel to the Pier
  • Optional Gratuities

Please Note

  • Tour departs from Punta Arenas
  • Present at José Nogueira #1255, tour provider's office at 03:30 A.M
  • Wear comfortable, warm clothes and trekking shoes or boots
  • Please bring a jacket or sweater, a scarf, hat, sunglasses and water
  • Passport name, number, expiry and country is required at time of booking for all participants (mandatory)
  • Tour is subjected to weather conditions

From US$431

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Departure from the Tour Provider's Office, located in Jose Nogueira #1255, Punta Arenas to make the check in with them and then you'll be taken to the Prat Pier. We start the navigation through Magellan strait observing the amazing sunrise by Tierra del Fuego and Fuerte Bulnes (first settlement of Punta Arenas).

Crossing Froward Cape, last point of the American continental territory we will admire beautiful landscapes, exuberant flora and big hanging glaciers from Darwin range.

Navigation continue through the Marine Park “Francisco Coloane” observing humpback whales, Magellan penguins, sea elephants, sea lions, toninas, austral dolphins, cormorants, albatros and a great diversity of sea birds.

After enjoying this great diversity of flora and wild life we'll have time to refuel energy by having lunch on board or in some place in the area.

Now, it is time to return to Punta Arenas while on the road can continue enjoying the incomparable views offered by this unique destination.

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