Enjoy the full day Glaciers, navigate Lake Argentino and dazzle with the Perito Moreno Glacier and May Glacier.
The glaciers of the Cerro Mayo and Cerro Negro are located within Seno Mayo of the Argentino Lake and the National Park Los Glaciares. The only way to access them is by lake. Starting from Puerto Argentino or Puerto Moreno, we will sail through the Témpanos Channel and enter the Seno Mayo of Lake Argentino. We will disembark in Bahía Toro and, accompanied by a guide, we will make an interpretive walk through the Patagonian Andean Forest (composed of guindos, canelos, lengas and ñires) until arriving at a specimen of guindo centenario that presents a trunk of more than three meters of diameter. Then we will go through the forest until we reach a stream, which is fed by a waterfall, from where we can observe a formation of calcareous rocks whose palisade is approximately 180 meters high and 100 meters wide. We will remain at this point until we return to the ship that will take us to the next destination. Starting from Bahía Toro, we will continue sailing through the Seno Mayo of Lake Argentino from where we will observe the hanging glaciers of Cerro Mayo and Cerro Negro. Then, we will disembark together with the guide and start a trek, approximately 1,000 meters, entering the Patagonian Andean Forest; following the trail of a stream we will guide you to reach the stone wall from where we will observe the hanging glaciers mentioned above and enjoy, with 360º panoramic views, a wonderful landscape that will leave us astonished. We will stay for a while in the site, observing Cerro Mayo and Cerro Blanco, and then we will return to the boat that will take us to the north wall of the Perito Moreno Glacier. Once there, we will disembark at the floating pier of Puerto Moreno, located at the foot of the catwalks, to give way to the route of the same. At the end, according to the itinerary of each passenger, you will return to the city of El Calafate.