The Tour

The excursion takes place in small boats with a maximum capacity of 18 passengers plus captain and bilingual sailor-guide.
We depart from the local port to Alicia Island, where we will observe a colony of sea lions of one and two hairs. We then set sail for Bird Island, where colonies of king cormorants and imperial cormorants live next to their nests, and where we can see their chicks from spring to autumn.
We head east again to another small island where, depending on the time of year, there are two-haired sea lions. Close by is the Les Eclaireurs lighthouse, a true symbol of the city of Ushuaia, built in 1919. From there we spotted the island of rock cormorants.
On the way back we disembark at Bridges Island to walk along an interpretative trail of flora and birdlife, telling the history of the Yámanas aborigines. This island is home to the largest anthropogenic Yamana shells in the region.
As it is the largest island we touch the highest panoramic point from where we observe the magnificence of the Beagle Channel with the city of Ushuaia in the distance.
During the crossing we share a rich cafeteria service on board.
You can cancel the service without penalty up to 7 days before the activity. From 3 to 7 days prior to the activity the penalty will be 50% of the final value of the excursion. From 0 to 3 days prior to the excursion the penalty cost will be 100% of the activity.