Full Day Whales

"Francisco Coloane" Marine Park - Carlos III Island
A fascinating trip to the first Marine Park of Chile, the “Francisco Coloane” Park, searching for the amazing “humpback whales”.
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Whales, a close encounter with wild nature in one day of adventure that you will never forget.

ITINERARY:

3:30 am: Check in at office : “Only expeditions” ( Jose Nogueira street #1255, Punta Arenas). Transportation to embarking point.

5:30 am: Boarding. We start the navigation through Strait of Magellan observing the amazing sunrise at Tierra del Fuego, Fort Bulnes , first settlement of Punta Arenas.

7:30 – 8:30 am: Crossing Froward Cape, last point of the American continental territory. We will admire beautiful landscapes, exuberant flora and big hanging glaciers from Darwin range.

10:00 am – 1:00 pm: Navigation across the Marine Park “Francisco Coloane” observing humpback whales, Magellan penguins, sea elephants, sea lions, toninas, austral dolphins, cormorants, albatross and a great diversity of sea birds. We also visit some glaciers of Tierra del Fuego Island, part of southest ice fields of America. Lunch on board or around the area. And then we start returning to Punta Arenas.

5:00 – 7:00 pm: Arrival to “Punta Arenas”.  End of services.

Cancellation policy: 15 DAYS

Operation
Schedule departures to be confirmed
Schedules

Check in at office : 3:30 am

Departure: 5:30 am

Return: 5:00 -7:00 am approx

Includes

Shared transportation and navigation, morning coffe, english speaking guide on board, box Lunch, whisky or pisco with millenian ice. 

Not Includes:

Transportation hotel / pier / hotel

Frecuency and Service operation
According to schedule departures confirmed, weather conditions, and permission of maritime authority.
Schedule departures confirmed (check availability)

Departures days to be confirmed.

season

DEC 2018 up to MAR 2019 (departures days to be confirmed)

Price per person:
US$ 400
CLP $ 245.000

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