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El Calafate: Perito Moreno Kayak Experience with Transport

1. El Calafate: Perito Moreno Kayak Experience with Transport

Enjoy the convenience of being picked up at your hotel in El Calafate. Drive 80 km to the Los Glaciares National Park, an approximately 2-hour drive. Meet your kayaking guide upon arrival and begin your Perito Moreno adventure. Get ready to paddle by gearing up with a dry Gore-Tex suit, thermal suit, boots, gloves, and life jacket. Receive safety instructions at the lakeshore. There, your guide will lead you through a few warm-up exercises in order to get you feeling comfortable and confident in you kayak. This tour is welcome to kayakers of all experience levels. Whether you’re a seasoned kayaker or this is your first time, you’ll be in good hands with your knowledgable guide. Explore the majestic icebergs floating in the water. Enjoy breathtaking views of this natural wonder. Take extraordinary pictures of these icy giants. Return to shore after 1.5 hours of paddling. Leave your kayaking guide and meet your original guide. Discover the circuit of footbridges facing the glacier. Hear the ice cracking in surroundings ice formations as you walk along the catwalks. Afterward, return to your hotel in El Calafate.

Perito Moreno Glacier: Kayak Experience

2. Perito Moreno Glacier: Kayak Experience

Meet your guides at 11:30 am to begin your kayaking adventure through Los Glaciares National Park. Get outfitted with a dry Gore-Tex suit, thermal suit, boots, gloves, and life jacket with the help of the guides. After suiting up, head to the lakeshore to receive safety instructions and do some warm-up exercises. Then hop in your kayak for a 1.5 hour tour of the park and the glacier. Your guides will be with you the whole way to direct you to the most important sights and provide information on the park and its history. Keep your eyes peeled for majestic icebergs floating by and be dazzled by the stark wall of ice that greets you when you reach the Perito Moreno Glacier. Return to the beach at 2 pm and to the dome for a coffee. Let your guide tell you how to get the photos of a unique experience you won't soon forget.

From El Calafate: La Leona River Kayaking and Trekking Tour

3. From El Calafate: La Leona River Kayaking and Trekking Tour

Start your outdoor adventure with a convenient pickup from your hotel in El Calafate and head to the Luz Divina Parador. Equip yourself with the gear waiting for you at your destination and get on to the water to begin your river tour. Paddle down the river and admire the scenic views. You'll reach the halfway mark after about 10 miles. Get back to dry land as you take a two-hour trekking tour through Cerro Los Hornos. See petrified logs, fossilized dinosaur bones, and one of the oldest formations on the planet. Stop for lunch at a viewpoint along your hiking trail before heading back to the kayaks to complete your experience. Paddle to your final location, the Turbio Stream.

El Chalten: Las Vueltas River Kayak Tour

4. El Chalten: Las Vueltas River Kayak Tour

Explore River Las Vueltas as you paddle its numerous curves through lenga forests and vertical walls. Admire the stunning natural scenery with interesting rock formations and views of the Fitz Roy from your kayak.   Meet your group at the meeting point, and head to River Las Vueltas. This river is born in the del Desierto Lake and it descends towards Lake Viedma transporting water from the melting of glaciers in the region.  This natural viewpoint is located on the edges of a ravine of height, with walls of interesting rock formations that were pierced by the passage of the river for thousands of years. From there you have excellent views towards the village of El Chaltén and the whole massif of the Torre and Fitz Roy hills.  From the river, get a privileged position in the kayak and for more than 20 kilometers enjoy amazing views of the Fitz Roy and its satellite needles, with an entirely different perspective from what can be seen from a path.

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Really cool way to get to see the glacier. There was a limit where we couldn't get as close to the glacier in our kayaks as it looks like you can in some of the photos (but this may have just been the time of year we were there) but it was a nice and serene experience since there aren't a lot of other people on the water and you get to see the glacier from new angles. I would definitely recommend this!

The best excursion in Calafate! The equipment is very thermal and the experience brutal. The guides are very friendly and take pictures with gopro. 100% recommendable.

Very professional people, very close and all very well organized. It is worth the activity.