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Join Luis, an AAGM-certified guide, for this 3-day kayaking trip through the remote Beagle Channel in the wilderness of Tierra del Fuego! This trip combines the natural and cultural highlights of the area, as you explore the breathtaking landscape and learn about the traditions of the native people who inhabited the region.
Explore one of the most remote wilderness areas on the planet: Tierra del Fuego
Learn about the traditions of the Yamana who thrived in the area for millennia
Local guide will provide rental equipment and ensure that logistics run smoothly
Let’s paddle through the pristine wilderness of one of the most extreme latitudes on the planet! During this 3-day kayaking adventure, we will explore the remote Beagle Channel in Southern Argentina, situated at the far reaches of the Southern Hemisphere!
The Beagle Channel is a strait that cuts through Chilean and Argentinean territory in Tierra del Fuego, located at the Southern tip of South America. While Europeans did not explore the territory until Ferdinand Magellan arrived in the 16th century, the area has been inhabited by humans for more than 7,000 years. These early inhabitants adapted to the harsh climate by learning to navigate coastal waters in order to hunt and fish.
During this 3-day adventure, we will have the opportunity to learn about and develop an appreciation for both the natural and cultural aspects of Tierra del Fuego. As we paddle in solitude along the Beagle Channel, we will have ample opportunities to spot the abundant wildlife of the area, including sea lions and a variety of bird species. At the same time, we will learn about the traditions and mythology of the native Yamana and Alakaluf who thrived in the area for millennia. We will discover the technologies they developed in order thrive in one of the most remote regions on the planet.
We will paddle through the Beagle Channel from Ushuaia to Estancia Harberton, a total distance of 80 km. As a fully autonomous trip, we will carry our supplies in our kayaks, allowing us to fully enjoy the wilderness experience. At the end of each day, we will pitch our tents in the beautiful forest that lines the shore. Once we arrive in Estancia Harberton, we will visit the ranch and the Sea Mammals Museum before our transfer back to Ushuaia.
While this is a somewhat demanding trip and previous kayaking experience is recommended, our local guides are familiar with the terrain and are expert kayakers, ensuring that you will have a fun and safe trip. In addition to the guiding fee, the price includes equipment rental (including kayak, life jacket, paddles, etc.), camping equipment (excluding sleeping bag), food, and all transfers during the trip.
Book now – it will be an unforgettable experience exploring the remote Southern latitudes as you kayak through one of the most breathtaking landscapes on the planet!
We will camp in tents in the wilderness
We will meet in Ushuaia
I´m a mountaineer from a long time. May be I start the life in the mountains at 15 climbing the Lanin volcano with the Boy Scouts, in the late ´80.
I starting guiding in 1996, after to move my lif from the north patagonia to Tierra del Fuego.
I have experience climbing and walking in all Argentina, south of Chile, Peru, Ecuador, India, Antarctica, and Europe.
From 1996, I guide in many areas, and I love the Kayaking also. I am working Guiding in Sea Kayak Expeditions in my Tierra del Fuego, Greenland and Antarctica from 2013. I love the see, specially if is cold wather, and below the mountains.
Please, ask me if you need a guide in your next trip, or if you need assistance with your planing and gear.
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Group of 1
|USD 1753 each|
Group of 2
|USD 877 each|
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• Guiding fee
• Transport during the trip
• Permit and entrance fees
• Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner
• Price includes: Rental kayak equipment (kayak, paddle, life jacket, dry or wetsuit, over cockpit), food and camping equipment, guiding fee, permits, and group safety equipment. Does not include: personal equipment, sleeping bag, clothes, sunglasses, sunblock, hat, etc.
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