and marta island
We sail through the Strait of Magellan to the Magdalena and Marta Islands. Magdalena Island receives more than 120,000 penguins each year and Isla Marta is home to more than 1,500 sea lions. We start with this adventure, after checking in at our office, we go to Laredo Bay in transfer to boarding in speedboats for 45 minutes to Magdalena Island, where we landed for 1 hour with our guide to know the natural habitat of the Magellanic Penguins, in one of the largest colonies in South America. We continue our journey to Marta Island (if the weather conditions are good) to see sea lions, imperial cormorants, Antarctic Terns and hundreds of Dolphin Gull, if we are lucky we can also see Southern Dolphins, Piebald Dolphin and Sei Whales. Then return to the pier and to Punta Arenas
Price: USD $100
Schedule: de 06:30 a.m. a 12:00 p.m.
Duration: 4,30 hours approximately.
Child rate: children under 3 years do not pay, from 4 to 12 years pay 50% and over 13 pay regular rate.
Includes: shared transportation, navigation, bilingual guide, coffee service and entrance fee to Natural Monument "Los Pingüinos".
Meeting point: #1255 José Nogueira, Punta Arenas (Solo Expediciones office).
What to bring? : Warm and waterproof clothing.
Season: From October 2nd until April 5th
Weather: Program subject to weather conditions.
1.- Refunds and cancellations
In case of suspension by weather conditions, 100% of the amount paid is refunded.
In case of not being able to disembark on the Island due to weather conditions, 50% of the amount paid will be refunded.
2.- Damage or loss of equipment.
The company Solo Expediciones is not responsible for damage or loss of equipment, money, etc., during the development of the tour.
Children who make the trip will be the responsibility of the parents, or the responsible adults.
Given the nature of Patagonia, we recommend the use of warm and waterproof clothing, hat, personal backpack with nylon bag to carry cameras and others, gloves, use of sunscreen, shoes.
5.- Causes for suspension of excursions.
a) The Maritime Authority may suspend the departure if the navigation conditions are not suitable for safety.
b) The Captain of the ship can cancel the navigation if he considers that the navigation conditions are not appropriate.
"Our main concern is the safety of our passengers."
"We can not forget that animals are free in their natural environment."