Want an El Calafate sightseeing tour that includes all the famous Glaciers in Los Glaciares National Park? Then this El Calafate Glacier Tour is perfect for you! Discover giant icebergs on this glacier boat tour in Patagonia, Argentina, and let the beauty of the natural wonders send shivers down your spine!
Transfer to and from hotels located in the centre of El Calafate
Bilingual tour guide
Days & Hours:
Monday, Wednesday and Saturday
Departs at 7.15am
6 hours approx.
The Ice River Express tour from El Calafate is an exceptional day excursion, discovering the icy rivers in the South of Argentina. This Patagonian glacier full day tour invites you to sail across the northern waters of Lake Argentino and sightsee the stunning natural landscapes of the towering ice walls and the immense icebergs of the Los Glaciares National Park.
This spectacular Glaciers Boat Tour will pick you up from El Calafate and take you to the nearby Punta Bandera Harbour, where your glacier boat excursion will depart. Navigate the northern arm of Lake Argentino across the Boca del Diablo, the narrowest part of the lake. Cruise up the Upsala channel, towards the spectacular Upsala Glacier allowing you to sightsee the mesmerizing natural landscapes of icy, deep blue rivers and enormous icebergs floating past. The boat tour then continues on to the Spegazzini Channel, where you will get the chance to see the Seco Glacier, finally reaching the highest Glacier in the National park, the Spegazzini Glacier, with its spectacular steep, dramatic icescape that curves down the mountainside into lake. As this breathtaking Patagonian Glacier tour comes to an end you are transported back to El Calafate, via Punta Bandera Harbour.
No matter what your age or interests are, the full day Ice Rivers Express tour in Patagonia will be sure to blow you away. Sightsee Argentina’s most spectacular glacial expanse, and get close to the largest and highest glaciers in Los Glaciares National Park! Book the Glaciers Boat Tour now and enjoy a truly unique experience
Lunch and entrance fee to the National Park are not included. We recommend you bring your own lunch and drinks for the day tour as there is only one snack bar inside the National Park.
Entrance fees to Perito Moreno must be paid upon arrival at the Glaciers National Park (cash only). Click here to see El Calafate’s National Park fees.
There is an additional port embarkation fee of AR$8 pesos per person, to be paid in cash.
This tour was called “All Glaciers” and it included a panoramic view of Perito Moreno and a sailing trip along the Iceberg channel, however, as of June 2014 it will no longer be possible to use this route.