Join our 1-Day El Calafate Argentina The Famous Perito Moreno Glacier Adventure Tour and witness one of the most spectacular glacial formations in the world! A once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to spend a magnificent day visiting the most spectacular Glacier will be provided! The Perito Moreno Glacier is a must-see!
We leave early in the morning from El Calafate and arrive in the walkaway area in front of the Perito Moreno Glacier after 80 kilometers on the road that leads to it. On this morning, you will have the opportunity to walk around the walkaways, which connect different viewpoints via paths and stairs, and from which you will be able to take in different perspectives of this magnificent Glacier!
In addition, you will be sailing for approximately 1 hour through the Rich Branch of Argentino Lake, which is located 150 meters from the South Face of the Perito Moreno Glacier!
- El Calafate
- Lake Argentino
- Perito Moreno Glacier
- Los Glaciares National Park
El Calafate – Perito Moreno Glacier
Departing from El Calafate, we will arrive at Los Glaciares National Park entrance and begin our visit to the famous Perito Moreno Glacier. The glacier is so famous because it is still rising and has a regenerative process, allowing it to form a huge dam that eventually collapses due to pressure from the Tempanos Rico Arm and Channel.
You’ll also be given the opportunity to walk along the Mirador (footbridge) in front of the glacier as you take in the beautiful view of the glacier. You can take a beautiful view of the glacier at the Mirador, and create a memory that you’ll never forget.
The most well-known and most impressive glacier in Los Glaciares National Park of Argentina, it is also the most accessible. This glacier exhibits a surprising and curious phenomenon in which its massive mass of ice advances continuously, causing the accumulation, rupture, and detachment of massive blocks of ice on its 5 km wide front, which is located on the Canal de los Témpanos, which is where the numerous ice fragments of the glacier sail; this is where the numerous ice fragments of the glacier accumulate.
At its highest point, the glacier’s front rises more than 60 meters above the water, from which pieces of varying sizes fall continuously, producing a stridency that is comparable to that of thunder.