The All Day Glacier tour was FANTASTIC!!! It was so very special I cannot find enough words to describe it! It is a must do!
This glacer looks different from perito moreno. While the second creates a wall on the water, upsala glacer seems just to enter it. There are a few icebergs on the lake that detached from the glacer and some of them are impressively big. Also the colors look different, while moreno looks more white/blue, on upsala glacer you can see more... More
So interesting and so many ways to view it, too. Try the boat and then do the walks with "balcony" viewing points.
Loved the differenct perspective on the glaciers, and seeing Estancia Cristina. I would not spend the night there as it is hugely expensive. Do the trip that takes you up to the top of the mountain to see the glaciers (Explorer), and take your own picnic. You might have a bumpy ride on the boat if it's windy, but nothing... More
I loved the attention given to me by the tour leader when he noticed I was finding difficulties walking on the uneven ground. The view of Upsala was breath taking. I did not dislike anything
We had already seen Perito Moreno Glacier but this trip is different and just as interesting in its own right. So you can easily do both and not be disappointed. There's an early morning coach pick up which takes you on a 30 minute road to the landing area for the Estancia Cristina. They have several boats and ours was... More
We took the catamaran from El Calafate which sails first up the Upsala channel to look at icebergs from the glacier and then sails close-ish to the glacier. The catamaran serves complimentary tea/ coffee and croissants. Then we landed at Estancia Christina for a tour and for a HUGE lunch of lamb, followed by another short walk around the farm... More
saw it from the todo glaciares navigation tour. as said, it's he longest glacier and is a beautiful sight
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