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This program is a beautiful journey into the almost uninhabited, peaceful location of the first “estancia” in Tierra del Fuego: Harberton Ranch. This full-day, active tour takes passengers for a ride, to navigate, to walk and to make discoveries in one of the roughest and most beautiful places in the Beagle Channel.
From the hotel, we leave Ushuaia Eastbound along National Route No. 3 and Route “J”. Once at Harberton Ranch we propose to visit the Marine Mammal Museum, and the surroundings of one of the first white men settlements in Tierra del Fuego.
On board a motorboat we will leave towards Martillo Island. From the boat, we’ll have the chance to see penguins in their breeding lair. Navigation on the motorboat continues up to the main attraction of the day: the enormous Gable Island, where lunch with a good Patagonian wine, soft drink and mineral water await.
After coffee, we go for a hike to know more of this gorgeous island, crossing over beaver damms and through the forest to reach the Beagle Channel shore. From there take the boat to reach Puerto Harberton, and to hop on the bus to Ushuaia.

Meals: Snacks, fish en papillote with corn pie, dessert. Drinks included: Patagonian red wine, soft-drinks, bottled water.
Attractive: Road J, Lashifashaj River, Flag Trees, Estancia Harberton, Martillo Island penguin rookery, Gable Island.
Included: transportation, Spanish/English guides, lunch and drinks.
Not included: hike among the penguins at Martillo Island (ask optional for private groups).

Basic, recommended attire: trekking boots, waterproof jacket, warm clothing.

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