This activity combines much of the appeal of hillwalking or photography safaris with a maritime aspect, and a vast vantage point that broadens the area of discovery the seamen have been sailing for the last 7,000 years.
What to Expect
This activity combines much of the appeal of hillwalking or photography safaris with a maritime aspect, and a vast vantage point that broadens the area of discovery seamen have been sailing for the last 7,000 years. The Yamana, the native people in this landscape, used fragile tree bark canoes. The women were doing the paddling and also used to dive to collect mussels. The children took care of the fire inside the canoes while the man branded the spear in search for sea lions.
In double sea kayaks, you’ll sail bound to conquer uninhabited beaches and majestic places. If you ever wanted to have the experience of rowing in a legendary area, the best specialized guides will go with you. Also, you will be provided with the proper equipment and all the safety requirements needed for a successful adventure.
Experience Tierra del Fuego from a different point of view: from the water, the very place where this latitudes history was born.
08:00 Pick-up from the hotel
08:30 Arrival to Golondrina Bay. Kayak prompting and safety briefing
09:30 Kayaking start: towards west along Beagle Channel
12:00 Arrival to Redonda Island. Lunch.
13:00 Kayaking re-commences along the Beagle Channel
14:00 Arrival to Cauquenes Bay, Ushuaia
Snacks + box lunch + dessert. Drinks included: Wine, soft-drinks, bottled water
Vegetarians and coeliacs: menus available with reservation in advance
Being capable to swim, good health and adequate fitness, “team player” attitude, positive mentality, respect for nature and strict compliance to the guide´s directions.
- Introduction to Kayaking and safety at sea briefings,
- specialised guides.
- You are provided with the necessary gear: fiberglass double sea Kayak, neoprene boots, suit and gloves, spray-skirt and lifejacket
Know Before You Go
2 minimum passenger on this tour