The views, the sound, the colors.. go early in the morning and enjoy the spectacular views.. Will be quite cold in morning so bring some extra clothes!
About Perito Moreno Glacier
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The glacier was one of the most beautiful things I have seen in Argentina. It hast the most beautiful shades of blue you have ever seen. The noise of cracking ice is incredible. If you are there its a must see!! The entrance is not...More
been on icelandic glacier hike, but this one beats that. consider your fitness level:big ice for 7-8 hour hike on the glacier, mini trekking, 2-3hours. our guide was great. have a shot of whiskey or glacier water upon reaching peak. respected and loved nature and...More
This is a current wonder of the world. I was lucky enough to go on a bright and sunny day. The boat was full but there was plenty of room on the viewing decks. The ice was truly amazing. Bright white with loads of blue....More
We hired a car to visit the Perito Moreno Glacier. And honestly I don't know if in the end it was any cheaper. The road from El Calafate to the National Park where the Glacier is is quite straight forward. No risk to get lost....More
Perito Moreno Glacier is a must see thing in Patagonia. We drove our rented car from El Calafate and saw lots of beautiful landscapes and some wild life along the road incl. condors. The glacier itself is just incredible. You can come pretty close to...More
This was one of the highlights of our South American adventure. It is a must, the set up is excellent, travel on a boat close to the Glacier, then walk the paths around the glacier. Listen to the ice cracking then look for the ice...More
The Glacier was great once we finally got to it. We were sold a tour package through Nibepo Aike Estancia where we stayed for 3 days. It was $170 per person. We were supposed to get a boat disembarking directly from the ranch that would...More
Incredible views from the metal boardwalks (pasarelas) on the peninsula across from the glacier - you can see all sides and get pretty close. Absolutely impressive both to see and hear.