Navegation Balmaceda & Serrano 
Duration: 10 hours
Departure: 06:45 hrs from Jetty EPA
Level of fitness: low
 
 

Navigation through the Balmaceda and Serrano Glaciers “Round Trip” Agunsa Tonina with lunch included.

Once you embark, the navigation into Última Esperanza Fjord towards Bernardo O’Higgings National Park begins. The destinations are Balmaceda and Serrano Glaciers. During the voyage the history of Puerto Natales is narrated (Frigorífico Bories National History Monument) and we will stop next to Pared de Cormoranes, and we will head then to Condores Cascade and condors cliffs.

The voyage continues to Balmaceda Mount, where you will see the Glacier. We then continue along the route and disembark at Puerto Toro to begin a walk through a native forest of coigües, ñirres and ciruelillos until almost reaching the Serrano Glacier wall. Once on the vessel, you will enjoy an aperitif with ice taken from the glacier. On our way back, you will enjoy the typical spit-roasted lamb in Consuelo Inn.

Services included
Snack-type breakfast
Spanish-English guide
Embarkation Fees
Ticket to Bernardo O’Higgins National Park

Points of interest

Frigorifico Bories National Monument
Ultima Esperanza Fjord
Pared de Cormoranes
Acantilado de Lobos
Condores Cascade
Balmaceda Glacier
Serrano Glacier
Tyndall glacier panoramic view
Cerro Donoso, Cuernos del Paine (Paine Horns) and Grey glacier panoramic view

 

* This trip is subject to weather conditions !!!

CHARACTERISTICS
Passenger launch with capacity for 56 people.
Two separate cabins divided by class to satisfy the high demands of our tourists.
VIP cabin with a capacity for 20 individual leather seats located on the bow area of the vessel (front part), with a distribution of two seats per row.
Standard cabin with a capacity for 36 individual leather seats, with a distribution of three seats per row.
Panoramic deck located on the stern (rear part) to enjoy the landscapes of the fiords and mountains.
A powerful and trustworthy means of transportation is provided by way of the operation of two separate engines of 400 HP each, which allows a maximum displacement speed of 15 knots (nautical miles an hour or 28 km/h).