There are always memorable activities when traveling, and this is certainly one not to be missed.
This time we get the chance to go across the beautiful city of Ushuaia by sea, on board an enchanting petit yacht.
Setting sail from the local tourist dock along with the captain and a bilingual sailor and guide, we set course towards the Beagle Canal aboard Yate Tango, a cozy and very welcoming little yacht. We navigate in the direction of Alice Island to watch sea lions in their natural habitat.
Then, we continue to the Birds Island, where the king and imperial cormorants inhabit with seagulls and other bird species, typical of the landscape of these latitudes.
We begin to see the mythical Les Eclaireurs lighthouse, one of the most representative icons of Ushuaia, which was first operated on December 23rd, 1920, and that still works today. We get close enough to take beautiful pictures.
On the way back, we stop at Bridges Island for a short hike, discovering the flora and fauna of the surroundings thanks to our guide.
As we also see archeological rests, we learn about the Yamanas – the aborigines who settled here many years ago. We realize how difficult was for them to live on these hostile lands and it’s amazing to learn how they were able to adapt and survive for so long.
During the whole navigation, on board we share snacks, warm tea, hot chocolate and coffee, biscuits and -of course- mate.
Yate Tango offers an intimate navigation experience, where laughter and anecdotes will be shared between a small group of people. This is such a fun and special tour that we´ve been told that friendship emerges and that no one wants to get off in the end!
- 4 hs regular excursion.
- Two daily departures: 10 am and 3 pm.
- From December to February, one more departure at 7 pm.
- Transfer to the local dock are not included.