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Catamaran Voyage to Penguin Island and Historic Estancia Harberton

Catamaran Voyage to Penguin Island and Historic Estancia Harberton

Catamaran Voyage to Penguin Island and Historic Estancia Harberton
Catamaran Voyage to Penguin Island and Historic Estancia Harberton by mphphd

Enjoy the southernmost tip of South America aboard a catamaran

8 hours
  • Mobile & printed vouchers accepted


  • Beagle Channel
  • The majestic black-browed albatross
  • Les Eclaireurs Archipelago
  • Almanza Port (Argentina)
  • Williams Port (Chile)
  • The Magellanic penguins of Martillo Island
  • Harberton "Estancia"

Added Safety Measures in Place


  • English/Spanish-speaking guide
  • Port taxes

  • Lunch
  • Optional gratuities
  • Airport tax to be paid at the airport (USD $50.00 per person)
  • National park entrance fee
  • Round-trip hotel transfers from Ushuaia hotels

Please Note

  • The start time is an approximate departure time from your hotel. Your exact pick-up time will be sent to you once you confirm your reservation
  • Departure Point: Ushuaia Tourist Pier, downtown Ushuaia
  • The "Estancia" (ranch) portion of the tour is available only from October 15-April 15. The Estancia is closed for Christmas, New Years Eve/Day, and Holy Week (Palm Sunday-Easter Sunday)
  • Attractions and services cannot be canceled. A voucher has no cash value and is non-transferable. No refunds, credits, exchanges, or cancellations of a voucher will be granted once voucher has been issued. Refunds will not be issued for unused or partially used attractions or services. Availability and pricing for an attraction or service are subject to change without notice

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Catamaran Voyage to Penguin Island and Historic Estancia Harberton

8 hours

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Head out from the pier on a beautiful catamaran, sailing through Ushuaia Bay into the center of the Beagle Channel. Here, we will weave through the islands of the Alicia Archipelago, an area inhabited by a large colony of imperial cormorants. You’ll also have a good chance to see the majestic black browed albatross, the scua (a type of gull), and the funny-looking steamer duck.

The journey continues at Les Eclaireurs Archipelago where we’ll visit Seal Island, home to two playful species of sea lions. Not far from here, we will cruise to another island to have a look at the classic Les Eclaireurs Lighthouse named after the Archipelago. This 74-foot (22.5 m) "scout" guards the sea entrance to Ushuaia. It was in this very spot that the Mt. Cervantes tragically sank in 1930.

We will cruise the area exploring Almanza Port (Argentina) and Williams Port (Chile). Then get ready for fun as we enter McKinley Pass, heading directly to Martillo Island to observe a colony of elegant Magellanic penguins at work and play. Approximately 18 inches tall and 8 pounds in weight, these small black and white aquatic birds are members of a species that lives only in the far southern coastal region of South America and the Falkland Islands.

Our excursion continues, heading to Harberton "Estancia" (ranch), where we will enjoy a short tour to learn all about this historical settlement. At the end of our walk, you will have a change to have a traditional argentine barbecue (not included) before we travel back to Ushuaia by coach.
  • This tour is not operational from April 06, 2015 to September 30, 2015**
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a Gray Line customer
Nov 12 2016
Fantastische trip, goed georganiseerd en enthousiaste gidsen!
Feb 17 2016
Il battello era confortevole, l'accompagnatrice competente
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