Torres del Paine Full Day Discovery from El Calafate

If you are short of time and based at El Calafate but want to see the incredible Torres del Paine National Park we offer you this full day excursion.

La Leona Pre-Historic Petrified Forest Full Day Excursion

Patagonia is raw nature and its prehistoric formation is evident in many areas. Geological rock formations that were created millions of years ago, for example, glaciers formed from the fall of the first snow flake hundreds of thousands of years ago and remnants of forests (petrified forests) that were growing millions of years ago.

If you have an interest in geographical history then this excursion is for you.

Patagonian Estancia El Galpon Half Day Excursion

We offer a great opportunity to visit an authentic Patagonian estancia where you can see sheep dogs herding sheep, the shearing of sheep and horseback riding.

El Chalten Full Day Discovery Tour from El Calafate

For guests based in El Calafate this excursion will enable you an opportunity to visit the zone of El Chalten, which is 220km from El Calafate and takes about 3hrs to reach in the bus or private transfer (if requested). The village is primarily a trekkers destination, but it also offers incredible views, when clear, of dramatic mountain peaks.

We offer a full day excursions from El Calafate for those who either wish to trek or just take in the sights.

El Calafate Half Day City Tour and Walichu Caves

It is always nice to know something about the place you stay at. Here we offer a half-day city tour to get to know El Calafate, its history and surroundings.

Estancia Cristina Full Day Excursion

Estancias are part of the very fabric of South America and particularly Patagonia. They are large farms that rear sheep, cattle and / or horses. Estancia Cristina is open for visits and here you will get a taste of the real Patagonian lifestyle to complement your overall Patagonia experience.

Perito Moreno Glacier Full Day Excursion

The Perito Moreno Glacier is one of the largest glaciers in the Southern Patagonian Ice field. It can be viewed relatively easily from viewing points on dry land that are opposite the glacial face. Most compelling from this vantage point is that you can see it stretch back up and into the mountains for some 30km. At its “front end”, the glacial face is about 5km wide, with a vertical ice wall above water reaching heights of around 60mts – with much more of it under the water.