Flash San Rafael Lagoon
3 days / 2 nights Code: CHO001
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All the transfers. All the lodging with breakfast buffet included. Lunch and dinners according to the program (doesn't include drinks and alcoholic beverages). San Rafael Lagoon excursion with full board in the Catamaran.
Departure: August to May (Thursday, Friday and Sunday).
Day 1 BALMACEDA / COYHAIQUE
Arrival to Balmaceda located in the heart of the Chilean Patagonia. Transfer to the Hotel in Coyhaique. On the road, you will be able to observe the falls of the Polluk river, the Chinese wall, the Foitzic lagoon and the McKay hill. Dinner and lodging.
Day 2 COYHAIQUE/ LAGUNA SAN RAFAEL/ COYHAIQUE.
Early departure to Chacabuco Port. An adventure tour begins towards the millennial San Rafael Glacier. Once in Chacbuco port, board Catamaran. Navigate for four and a half hours among fjords and Patagonic canals before arriving at the millennial San Rafael glacier and its 20,000 year old snowdrift. Lunch will be served on the boat. After lunch the Iceberg will be able to be observed from different angles and if the conditions allow, you may be able to see a detachment of Glacial ice that can reach 70 mts. in height. In the evening return to the Chacabuco Port.Transfer from Chacabuco to the hotel in Coyhaique.
Day 3 COYHAIQUE / BALMACEDA
Buffet breakfast and city tour. After then, lunch at a restaurant. Transfer to the Airport. End of our services, hoping you enjoyed your visit to Patagonia.
In the days that does not sail the catamaran, depending on weather conditions, this program can be done on air over the glacier or by land by tranquil and exploradores valley.
Includes 3 Days / 2 Nights:
- All the transfers.
- All the lodging with breakfast buffet included.
- Lunch according to the program (doesn't include drinks and alcoholic beverages).
- San Rafael Lagoon excursion with full board in the Catamaran.
- Air tickets.
- Travel insurance.
For variant with air tour:
Includes air ticket from Coyhaique to Laguna San Rafael.