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This one of the most amazing places in the world that you most visit at least once in your life. There are 2 ways to do it and enjoy it. One is on a cruise and another is a tour from Ushuaia. You will never...More
Lots of different tours can be done down the Beagle Channel. We did one that stops off to see the penguins. The sun was out which was nice but the wind is bitterly cold so make sure you rug up before leaving. Saw plenty of...More
We sailed through the Beagle Channel into Ushuaia in calm waters at the end of a cruise through the somewhat rougher waters of the South Atlantic and Southern Ocean. The scenery on both sides of the channel is spectacular with wildlife and bird spotting opportunities...More
The Beagle Channel is much longer than I expected! It stretches for about 150 miles; at its most narrow point it is 3 miles wide. Another interesting note is that Chile and Argentina share the channel. The eastern area acts as part of the border...More
I thought this would be a really fun way to go from Argentina to Chile. For me (and a similarly minded Australian) it was a boring and expensive way to travel.
The ship is fantastic: the rooms, the other facilities and the crew. Breakfast and...More
A trip to Ushuaia wouldn't be complete without a trip down the Beagle Channel. It's stunning, and really interesting to learn about the expeditions of the first explorers to visit and charter this region, and the politics that ensued since. I recommend this with a...More
I just toured with with Patagonia Adventure Explorer this morning. The boat is small and carries only up to 25 people so you dont have to fight for a view and since the boat is small, you can go nearer the islands to see... More
I just toured with with Patagonia Adventure Explorer this morning. The boat is small and carries only up to 25 people so you dont have to fight for a view and since the boat is small, you can go nearer the islands to see the wildlife. You also go down an island to trek up to see a nice view of the beagle channel. Im glad i picked them