Beagle Channel Navigation with trekking at the Bridges Islands

Tour info

Duration
3 hours
Group Size
Pricing
Commentary
Meeting Point
Dropoff location

Why take this tour?

In 1833, Charles Darwin set sail along the Beagle Channel. You can follow his course on a 3-hour catamaran cruise from Ushuaia. You'll capture sights of Ushuaia’s former prison, check out the End of the World Museum, and admire views of Cinco Hermanos and Olivia mountains, among other sights. Disembark on the Bridges Islands for a 20-minutes walk to visit the ruins of natives populations that inhabited the island. After reaching Les Eclaireurs Lighthouse and eyeing shipwreck ruins, come upon throngs of sea lions at Lobos Island and the winged residents of Pajaros Island. Enjoy guided commentary during your whole trip.

What’s included?

  • 3-hour guided navigation

  • 20 minutes guided trek on the Bridges Islands

  • Restroom on board

  • Entry/Admission - Isla Bridges

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Before you book

  • Duration: 3h

  • Mobile tickets accepted

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Cancellation Policy

    For a full refund, cancel at least 24 hours in advance of the start date of the experience.

About operator:

At Tangol our motto is to help hard-working people make the most of their holidays when visiting our beloved Ushuaia and Argentina. Whatever dreams and desires about holidaying in Ushuaia and Argentina please talk to us to help you make them come true. We are a reputable and long standing family run travel agency. We are dedicated to provide excellent service and value for money.