Sailing towards Penguin Island

 

We leave the local port in a comfortable catamaran, crossing the bay of Ushuaia and enjoying the mountainous environment. In the course of the navigation, we will visit colonies of Southamerican Furs Seals, Rock Cormorants and Imperial Cormorants. We approach the Les Eclaireurs lighthouse, icon of our city and continue along the Beagle Channel observing different historical ranches along the Fuegian coast. We will see Puerto Williams on the coast of Navarino Island (south of the Beagle Channel) and we will enter the MacKinley Pass bordering the north of Gable Island to arrive at Hammer Island. There we approach the coast to observe a Magellanic penguin rookery and some Gentoo Penguins, along with other seabirds. We head back to the city along the Northern coast of the Beagle channel, enjoying the sunset and the wonderful view of the city.


ITINERARY

8.00
Show up at the Tourist Port
9.00
Start navigation
10.00
Landing on Bridges island
11.30
Arrival to Les Eclaireurs Lighthouse
  12.00
Penguins watching
13.30
Return to Tourist Port

Sailing the Beagle Channel by yacht

 

We depart from the local seaport toward Alicia Island, where we will find a colony of South American sea lions. Then we sail to Bird Island to watch king shags and imperial shags living close to their nests, and from spring through fall we can even find their breeds. Again, we head east towards another small island that, depending on the season, we can view South American fur seals. Very close to this island is Les Eclaireurs Lighthouse, an authentic symbol of Ushuaia, built in 1919. From there we have a view of the island where rock shags live. On our way back to Ushuaia, we disembark at Bridges Island to walk along a path for the interpretation of wildlife, while listening to the history of the native inhabitants, the Yamanas. On this island, we can find the largest Yamana's "concheros" (shelly deposits) of the region. As this is the largest island, we reach the highest panoramic point from which we can enjoy amazing views of the Beagle Channel with the town of Ushuaia in the distance. During the trip, we offer coffee with liquor, different types of tea, a delicious hot chocolate with biscuits and cookies and, of course, the typical Argentine beverage, the mate.


ITINERARY

8.30
Show up at the Tourist Port
9.00
Navigation starts
12.30
Return to Tourist Port.

HD Sailing towards H Island by sail boat

 

We depart from Ushuaia´s Tourist Wharf, head South through Ushuaia Bay, and then enter the Beagle Channel , destination: "H Island". A few minutes later, we make our first stop: Alice Island, a small and thickly populated rookery, where we´ll see Southern Sea Lions, mating King Cormorants and many other marine birds, just a few meters from our vessel. “Roughguide to Argentina” once published: “ H-Island :The southernmost bit of Argentine territory”, we added: “….a Nature Reserve with amazing flora, fauna and thousand years of human presence” A “magic” place from which, since 2003,we have been Environmental Custodians by appointment of Tierra del Fuego State Government-Natural Resources Bureau . High mountains, and beach type vegetation: lichens, mosses and flowers, give good shelter to different birds species, that chose the “H Island” to mate and breed their chicks just in front of you! Due to the abundance and variety, this “ H ” shape island, has given thousands of years of food and shelter to the Beagle´s Native people: the Yamana, protecting them from the SW/W prevailing gales! H Island offered them a great hunting and fishing spot , good enough to build temporary huts, and somewhere to stay warm and dry, in storms . Today, “H” Island is still a great mooring place, and during our walk we’ll visit the “yamana” maddens, where we’ll appreciate some stone tools, shells, ashes, whale and seal bones , all remains from this ancient ethnic group, the world’s southernmost people, for more than 7000 years!


ITINERARY

9.30
Show up at the Tourist Port
10.00
Navigation starts
14.00
Return to Tourist Port. 

Sailing towards the Les Eclaireurs Lighthouse

 

 

We leave the local port in a comfortable catamaran, crossing the bay of Ushuaia and enjoying the mountainous environment. In the course of the navigation, we will visit colonies of Southamerican Furs Seals, Rock Cormorants and Imperial Cormorants. We approach the lighthouse Les Eclaireurs, icon of our city and we return to the city bordering the coast of the Beagle Channel


ITINERARY

8.30
Show up at the tourist port
9.00
Start navigation
  10.00
Landing on Bridges island
  11.30
Arrival to Les Eclaireurs Lighthouse
12.30
Return to Tourist Port

 

FD Sailing towards Penguin Island + Pengüins

Departing from our office at the tourist dock in Ushuaia, we head East sailing the Beagle Channel, towards Harberton Ranch. This is the first farm on the island, founded in 1886 by the Anglican missionary Thomas Bridges, and it is located at 90 kms from Ushuaia, on the Beagle Channel. We sail from Harberton harbor to Martillo Island, a 15 minute ride on a semi-rigid boat (vessel capable of navigation in the area). On the island, we walk for 1 hour along Gentoo and Magellanics penguins, always with a guide, experiencing a unique adventure. Martillo Island is part of the Estancia Harberton, and home to Magellanic penguins between September and April. They share the habitat with other birds, such as skúas (their main predator), petrels, cormorants, vultures and South American terns. The rookery hosts around 1000 nests, and is one of the three Magellanic penguin rookeries in Tierra del Fuego. There is also a small colony of 9 breeding couples of gentoo penguins (Pygocelis Papua), the only one in South America.


 ITINERARY

8.30
Show up at the Tourist Port
9.00
Navegation Starts
  12.00
Walk with Penguins
  13.00
Return to the Ranch - Visit to the Museum
14.30
Return to the city by bus

HD Walk with penguins!

 

Departing from our office at the tourist dock in Ushuaia, we drive in our minibuses towards northeast along Nationals route 3 & J, the appealing road to Harberton Ranch. This is the first farm on the island, founded in 1886 by the Anglican missionary Thomas Bridges, and it is located at 90 kms from Ushuaia, on the Beagle Channel. We sail from Harberton harbor to Martillo Island, a 15 minute ride on a semi-rigid boat (vessel capable of navigation in the area). On the island, we walk for 1 hour along Gentoo and Magellanics penguins, always with a guide, experiencing a unique adventure. Martillo Island is part of the Estancia Harberton, and home to Magellanic penguins between September and April. They share the habitat with other birds, such as skúas (their main predator), petrels, cormorants, vultures and South American terns. The rookery hosts around 1000 nests, and is one of the three Magellanic penguin rookeries in Tierra del Fuego. There is also a small colony of 9 breeding couples of gentoo penguins (Pygocelis Papua), the only one in South America.

ITINERARY

8.30
Show up at the Tourist Port
9.00
Departure from local port
9.45
Crossing dirt road J
10.15
Arrival to Harberton Ranch
10.30
Sailing in semirigid to Martillo Island
  10.45
Walk with Penguins
  11.45
Return to the Ranch - Visit to the Museum
12.00
Return to the city by bus.

Beagle Flavors + Penguin Island

 

An experience that will delight all senses.

Early in the morning we will start our catamaran voyage discovering the secrets of the Beagle Channel, passing through Isla de los Lobos, Isla de los Pájaros and the Les Eclaireurs Lighthouse, to continue sailing to Isla Martillo where we will find the penguin rookery. After this last sighting we will disembark at the legendary Harberton Ranch located 90 km from the city of Ushuaia. We will have the opportunity to visit the historic center of the first estancia Fueguina, and the Acatushún Museum of Birds and Southern Marine Mammals.

After the morning adventure, we enjoy the best southern gastronomy: in a classic restaurant in the Port of Almanza. On the menu: king crab and seafood fresh from the Beagle Channel. Our soul tastes the most beautiful landscapes and the surrounding history: the port of Almanza, the town of Williams, the beautiful Brown Bay, the Fronton of Gable Island and the incredible micro climate of Punta Paraná, are some of the beautiful postcards that this Fuegian coastal day offers us.


ITINERARY

8.30
Show up at the tourist port
9.00
Catamaran Sailing across Beagle Channel
11.45
Arrival to Harberton Ranch Snack
12.00
Visit to the old town of the estancia
  14.00
Arrival to Almanza – Lunch
  15.15
Walk through the village
16.00
Back to hotel

 

Beagle Flavors

 

An experience that will delight all senses. We will enjoy the best southern gastronomy, prepared at home: starter with natural crab, seafood casserole and homemade custard with dulce de leche and cream. The Beagle´s flavors are not only a gastronomic experience, here our body delights with exciting activities: hiking through Cambaceres along the coast of Cambaceres Bay, at the mouth of the Varela River. Our soul tastes the most beautiful landscapes and the surrounding history: the port of Almanza, the town of Williams, the beautiful Brown Bay, the Fronton of Gable Island and the incredible micro climate of Punta Paraná, are some of the beautiful postcards that this Fuegian coastal day offers us.


ITINERARY

8.00
Pick Up
10.00
Arrival to Cambaceres Bay – hiking and snack
11.45
Arrival at Harberton - Visit to the old town
14.00
Arrival to Almanza – Lunch
  15.15
Hiking around the fishing village.
16.00
Back to hotel
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