See Argentina's largest glacier on a sailing adventure in Los Glaciares National Park. Follow the route of an 1877 expedition and take in spectacular views as you prepare to encounter this icy wonder that towers 40 meters above the surface of the lake.
What to Expect
Sail on the Viedma Light Excursion for close-up views of the spectacular Viedma Glacier, the largest in Argentina. You’ll head to the front of the glacier, from where you’ll see the peak of the Huemul Mount. The face of the Glacier is a huge blue ice wall that rises as high as 40 meters above the level of the lake.
On this 2.5-hour sail you’ll travel across Viedma Lake, located in southern Patagonia near the border with Chile. It is around 80 kilometers long and covers an area of approximately 1,100 square kilometers. The lake flows into La Leona River and then into Argentino Lake.
Viedma Glacier is located within the Los Glaciares National Park in the Province of Santa Cruz, Argentina. The glacier has a surface of 98 square kilometers, and flows directly from the Southern Patagonian Ice Field up to Viedma Lake.
- Snack on board
- Round-trip transfer from El Chalten to Tunel Bay port
What's Not Included
- Personal gear (sunglasses, sun block, jacket)