Penguin Colony

Essential Maritime tour to know
the wildlife that inhabits the Beagle Channel and marvel at the famous
Magellanic penguins! We sail the tourist pier with Southeastern direction,
sailing the waters of the Bay of Ushuaia and the frame of the capital of Tierra del Fuego in our backs. Already in the middle of
the Beagle Channel, we find the archipelago in where we see the Alicia island
inhabited by a large colony of Imperial Cormorants. Throughout the tour we will
have the opportunity to observe the majestic black-browed albatross, as well as
skuas and different varieties of gulls, without forgetting the funny steamer
ducks or Alakush. Our navigation continues eastwards through the channel and
now we turn to the area of ??Les Eclaireurs Archipelago. In this archipelago is
the island of Lobos. It will observe the two species
of sea wolves characteristics of the channel (one and two hairs). On another
islands a lighthouse was built with the same name of the archipelago. It was
precisely in this area that occurred in 1930 Cruise Ship sinking Mtn.
Cervantes. Then we navigate between the coasts of Port Almanza (Argentina) and Port Williams (Chile) and then enter the area of
??the Mackinlay Pass
to go directly to the Martillo
Island to watch the elegant
Magellanic penguins. The tour start our navigation back to Ushuaia we find the
sinuous Paso Guarani, after all this we have a small town Puerto Almanza, whose
few inhabitants are engaged in fishing for king crab and farmed salmon.



 



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  • Bilingual guide






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