NAVIGATION BALMACEDA AND SERRANO GLACIERS
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    NAVIGATION BALMACEDA AND SERRANO GLACIERS

    Visiting this glacier is admiring a majestic place almost untouched by man and it s only possible to get across the Ultima Esperanza Gulf. It is the Balmaceda Mount at an altitude of 2.035 mts, one the areas of the Bernardo O higgins National Park and it s part of the Andes range. Once the coast is passed around , the ship gets closer to the sea wolves reserve in order to finally get the mount.

    On it , the Balmaceda Glacier is situated which lets big ice blocks go into the water of the fiord and of Serrano Glacier , glacier positioned at north of Balmaceda s , a small lagoon formed by meltwater is the only accessible overland pass. The return trip starts around 14:30 hrs.

    A stop in the Estancia Perales (ranch) gives the chance of having a delicious typical lunch of the region. Around 17:30 hrs the return trip to Puerto Natales is scheduled.

    Due to a fire at Estancia Perales, lunch is not included and the return is at 3:00 p.m.

    Available options:
    Navigation to the Balmaceda and Serrano glaciers with round trip transportation from your Hotel in Puerto Natales
    Navigation, leaving from Eberhard Street 560 Puerto Natales or Puerto Bories Pier

    • Departure days: Every day, Previous reservation
    • Start Time07:30
    • End Time17:30
    • Start location: Eberhard 560 Puerto Natales o Muelle de Puerto Bories

    • Languages: Español, Ingles,
    • Duration: Full Day
    • Cancellations and refunds: You have up to 3 business days to cancel your reservation
  • Included

    • Navigation glaciers

    Not Included

    • Transfer to Puerto Natales pier
    • Tickets not specified
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  • FREQUENT QUESTIONS

    Can people go in wheelchairs?

    Yes, but it is complicated and not recommended, since much of the attraction is walking on a path and seeing the glaciers up close and that can not be done in a wheelchair



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