Laguna Esmeralda Trekking
Duration: 6 hours Easy
Why we love this tour
Half Day Trekking tour at Laguna Esmeralda (Emerald Lagoon) from Ushuaia
- Visit one of Ushuaia's most beautiful places
- Be accompanied by professional guides
We recommend this tour for nature lovers, as it takes you to the heart of the Tierra del Fuego Natural Reserve, where the Emerald Lagoon is. Once there, we go on a 4 hours walk through landscapes of great beauty, being able to observe the local flora, and if we're lucky, foxes, condors and beavers. Definitely, is an excursion not to miss!
The walk begins with the pick up from selected hotels around 08 am. We will travel approximately 20 km by minibus to the Tierra Mayor valley, where we find our refuge and starting point of the walk. During the trekking, we cross peat bogs, streams and ancient forests of Lengas and Coihues, typical vegetation of the region. If we're lucky, it is possible to see local wildlife such as foxes, condors and beavers.
We will continue walking until we reach the Emerald Lagoon, located at the heart of the Tierra del Fuego Natural Reserve. The color of the water added to its geographical location, in the Cordillera Fueguina, invites us to stop and rest on its banks while appreciating the stunning scenery. Here we'll have lunch
Finally, we return to the refuge, through a different path, to continue exploring the reservation. From the refuge, travel by minibus back to the hotels, arriving around 2 pm.
Need to know before you go* What to bring? Footwear Suitable For Trekking, Waterproof Jacket, Coat, Sunglasses, Backpack And Sunscreen * Physical requirements: Moderate
Passengers must provide their accommodation details to arrange pick up
Provided byTangol Tours
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