3 reasons to navigate the Beagle Channel
Categorías: Beagle Channel Navigation, Ushuaia
Navigating the Beagle Channel is one of the most popular experiences at the End of the World and a favorite activity for thousands of travelers who visit the region year after year. Crossing the channel from one end to the other, seeing the city of Ushuaia crowned by snow-capped mountains, navigating Los Pájaros Island, reaching the epic Les Eclaireurs Lighthouse and seeing the Magellanic penguin in its natural habitat are just some of the experiences that will thrill any traveler who crosses the Beagle Channel.
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Today, we share with you 3 reasons to navigate the Beagle Channel:
- A unique perspective of the city of Ushuaia and the Patagonian nature:
The navigation of the Beagle Channel begins at the port of Ushuaia. From here, one can see the city getting smaller and smaller, crowned in the background by the great Andean mountains.
It shudders to think that this was the same view that the first settlers who came to populate Ushuaia enjoyed. From here, you can get the best panoramic images of the city.
As we move away from the mainland, we start to get deeper into the End of the World, its incredible islets and the Patagonian nature. The landscapes from here are absolutely breathtaking!
- It is an unforgettable activity for the whole family
There are different voyages and routes to explore the Beagle Channel. Each one adapts to the interests of each traveler, but there is one thing they all have in common: the scenery is idyllic and unforgettable.
Whether on deck or enjoyed from the seats inside, sailing the Beagle Channel is an activity that adapts to the tastes of the whole family. Although nature is the main protagonist, the landscape is the perfect scenery to enjoy a unique moment. Nothing better than capturing it forever with a photograph.
Here are our favorite family outings in the Beagle Channel:
- You will reach incredible places that are otherwise inaccessible
As the tour goes on, passengers sail among rocky islands (the islands of the Bridges Archipelago) inhabited by cormorants and sea lions until they finally reach the Les Eclaireurs Lighthouse (misnamed “Lighthouse at the End of the World”).
Hands down, you will get to know an unusual and extremely special natural environment.
Extra: Feel nature in its purest state
During the crossing, hundreds of birds fly over the channel, nature shows itself as it is and, depending on the time of day, you can watch the sunset at the End of the World.
Is anything more dreamlike than that?