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52km al oeste de Puerto Rio Tranquilo Guardería CONAF 51km al oeste de Ro Tranquilo, camino Valle Exploradores, Puerto Rio Tranquilo Chile
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Unknown Patagonia: Sea, Plateau and the Andes mountain range
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Unknown Patagonia: Sea, Plateau and the Andes mountain range

The sea and the mountains. The coast, plateau, and the Patagonian mountain range deserve to be discovered. It is time to discover all of its secrets and amazing landscapes through the senses. Immerse yourselves in the depths of this southern region that seduces by its majestic nature, its great quantity of terrestrial and marine fauna and flora. <br><br>This 8-days trip is perfect for anyone who decides to live a unique experience in this unknown corner of Patagonia.
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Rachel D wrote a review Mar 2019
Buckingham, United Kingdom37 contributions14 helpful votes
The landslide that swept away a section of the access road is not a bar to this amazing day trip from Puerto Rio Tranquilo. The enterprising locals have put in a boat service to cross the section now underwater. It takes a while just to get to the start of the trek and the trek takes 6 hours, so plan for a full ( 9-10 hour) day. It is quite tough going, clambering over the moraine to get onto the glacier , before donning your gaiters and crampons to explore. We had an excellent guide ( Marco) and a terrific day, despite indifferent weather. You really earn your supper , the day you do this.
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Date of experience: February 2019
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aybeesea wrote a review Nov 2018
Warsaw, Poland38 contributions34 helpful votes
The road is heavily damaged and the repair might take 2 months or so according to the local people so currently it is not possible to go to the glacier from Puerto Rio Tranquilo. Might try Ventisquero Leones instead for the time being
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Date of experience: November 2018
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Kate M wrote a review Mar 2018
Cambridge, United Kingdom36 contributions31 helpful votes
We were a group of 3 and we are all of relative fitness. We collectively loved this experience and would highly recommend it! One thing to be aware of is that you will be on the glacier for around 3 hours and normally offered the chance to enter into little caves with ice cold rivers running through them. This means wet shoes and socks, so be sure to pack an additional pair for the ride home!
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Date of experience: March 2018
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nicolasprompt wrote a review Feb 2018
Munich, Germany83 contributions3 helpful votes
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I didn’t make the trekk in the Perito Moreno! To expensive and it was a good choice because it’s cheaper and we made a trekk inside this beast all day and it was amazing I really recommended it!!!
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Date of experience: February 2018
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Laura C wrote a review Dec 2017
Dublin, Ireland28 contributions17 helpful votes
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If you haven't had a chance to walk on glaciers before it's a great day out. Around 6hrs of trekking total a bus ride followed by 1.5 on land to get to the ice, 3hrs on the glacier and 1.5 getting back to your bus. Most of the groups we saw including our own only have around 5 to 7 people Max. Our guide was extremely friendly and provided us with boots, jackets, ice crampons, gloves, a big lunch etc. It cost 70,000 which i think is very expensive for a hike..you could probably find cheaper if you looked but we asked 6 agencies and all the exact same price. We didn't have much time to waste and came upon our guide by concidence after facebooking ecospatigonia late at night. They sent us a local to our hostel who only took cash so he called his friend who came over to our hostel at 9pm at night which was kind (photo of guide there bit I for get his name...he had long hair...) I was a disaster on the ice as I seriously lack balance 😄so he was always by my side helping me out
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Date of experience: December 2017
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