We leave the local harbor with a small group of passengers, going through the Ushuaia bay and enjoying the mountainous surroundings. We get near the Les Eclaireurs lighthouse, icon of our city. We enjoy the rocking cormorans on the rocky cliffs. On the other islands we find one and two haired sea wolves. We head to the bird island where the royal cormorans and imperials live. We continue towards the Bridges Island, famous for its shelly fossils and its splendorous sight of the Chilean and Argentine shores. We leave the boat and walk through a path interpreting its flora, bird fauna and archeological remains. During the track we share tea, chocolate, coffee and liquor, cookies and of course argentine mate.
|10:00||Departure from tourist quay|
|10:15||Sailing through Ushuaia bay|
|10:30||Leaving to Canal Beagle|
|11:00||One and two haired sea wolves watching|
|11:45||Cormorans and Beagle birds watching|
|12:00||Arrival to Les Eclaireurs lighthouse|
|12:30||Arrival to Bridges Islands|
|12:45||Tracking on island and interpretation|
|13:45||Return to yacht|
|14:00||Arrival to touristic quay|
This excursion may suffer variations due to weather conditions.
We recommend taking:
Water – comfortable shoes – rain coat – camera – sun glasses.