Tierra del Fuego and King Penguin Park
  • Tierra del Fuego and King Penguin Park

    Our excursion begins at 07:30 am from your hotel in Punta Arenas where we will go to the pier to take the ferry to cross the mythical Strait of Magellan, sailing lasts approximately 2.5 hours.
    When arriving in Porvenir, we will visit the Fernando Cordero Museum, which has a sample of Fauna, Archeology and information about the Selknam, who were the former inhabitants of the Magellanic territory.
    At the end of the visit to the museum, we will have lunch to start the journey for 114 km, surrounded by pampas, with diverse fauna around, until arriving at the Penguin King Park.

    In the King Penguin Park inhabits a permanent colony of this species, which is the largest after the Emperor Penguin inhabiting Antarctica.

    After finishing the visit to Penguin King Park, we will go to Primera Angostura, where we will board another ferry (the narrowest point) of the Strait to cross and return to the continent, once we arrive we will be 200 km. From Punta Arenas

    Available options:
    Excursion to the King Penguin Park in Shared Service, requires a minimum of 6 people, so when booking you will be informed if there are more interested. Includes guide on board, ferry, tickets and lunch.
    Travel at your own pace, with this private service you will be able to know the King Penguin Park. Includes Tickets, Lunch and Ferry Crossings

    • Departure days: ,November to March, Previous reservation
    • Start Time07:30
    • End Time21:00
    • Start location: Todos los Hoteles en Punta Arenas Central
    • Languages: Español,
    • Duration: 10 To 12 Hours
    • Cancellations and refunds: You have up to 2 business days to cancel your reservation
  • Included

    • Tickets
    • Lunch
    • Crossings at Ferry

    Not Included

    • In general, anything not specified

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