Destinations » Ushuaia » Unique Experiences » Gable and Penguin island canoes :: USD 295 per person
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Gable Island excursion is for those who arrive to Ushuaia in search of the end of the world. Far from the tourist crowds and through the Beagle Channel, recommended this place by word of mouth world, offers unspoiled nature and history in the present tense. On this trip the day the traveler walks, sail, walk and discover. You can also paddle down the river to the Beagle Channel and thence eastward with the help of the wind, reached Estancia Harberton. In a context that summarizes the history and natural variety of Tierra del Fuego, was sighted penguins. Our guides, who enjoy enjoy, will explain details of the different species of birds, plants and other landscape elements. On the island are remnants left behind by civilization Yamana and by the early settlers, in an infinite landscape and primordial, magical and extreme. Amid a silence only disturbed by wind and birds, we can experience the feeling of being alone in the world. The tour can be organized as an incomparable adventure in Tierra del Fuego or as a day of peaceful encounter with nature. After looking at Gable Island, more than one wonders if there will be space in your emotions to continue! Itinerary: 8:00 / 8:40 Pick up by hotels. 10:30 Arrival at Rio Lashifashaj, talk technique. and preparing to board the boats. 12:30 End of Remada. Arrive at Estancia Harberton. 13:00 Boarding the Penguins and Isla Gable. Lunch on board. Penguin 14:00 14:45 Arrival to Isla Gable and landing. 15: 00 Walk through the island-two hours- 17:30 Cross and return to the bus 19:00 arrival in Ushuaia. Length: 10/11 hours Meals: Snacks, sandwiches, homemade French style. Drinks included: Wine, soft drinks, mineral water. Vegetarians: advance notice. Capacity: 16 passengers. Ask for larger groups. Season: 15 Octubre/15 April. Attractive: Route J, Tree Flag, Estancia Harberton, Penguin Island Hammer, Isla Gable. Includes: Transportation: Minibus. Maximum 16 passengers. Guide: English / Spanish. Ask for other languages.