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Full-Day Tour to the Perito Moreno Glacier including Boat Safari
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Full-Day Tour to the Perito Moreno Glacier including Boat Safari

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See Perito Moreno Glacier on a full-day tour from El Calafate that explores one of Patagonia’s most spectacular glaciers from all angles. With transportation to and from Los Glaciares National Park included, the guided tour encompasses a hike to the best viewpoints and a sail beneath the towering icebergs on a boat cruise.
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Ashish_Negi17 wrote a review Jan. 2020
Pune, India1,236 contributions45 helpful votes
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Walichu caves is one of the famous and must visit place in Elcalafate, its near Lake and very intresting whol loves historical knowledge, they give you mp3 player with headphones so that you can listen history of each and every point. Its awesome and after that you can spend sometime near lake
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Date of experience: December 2019
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Lily C wrote a review Dec. 2019
Houston, Texas6 contributions
Great experience . Nice and kind staff :-) interesting explanation about Patagonian ancestors . Delicious lunch and sharing with other visitors in a cave . All this with the lake Argentino right in front of you. Highly recommended .
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Date of experience: December 2019
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Mark wrote a review Dec. 2019
Cape Town Central, South Africa34 contributions25 helpful votes
We popped in to visit on a whim; I felt at 800 pesos per adult it was a bit steep. They give you a headset with a narrative but you tend to walk a bit faster than the information which throws you out a bit! The rock art is quite faded but parts of it are interesting- particularly the hand ‘negatives’ or outlines. Overall not bad and 45 minutes is enough. Fantastic views over lake Argentino.
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Date of experience: December 2019
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Ann D wrote a review Oct. 2019
Bowdon, United Kingdom15 contributions32 helpful votes
We visited Walichu caves as part of a tour called Native Experience. It set off from El Califate. The drive was short and bumpy. But the driver was very careful and drove slowly to minimise discomfort. We were driven through the steppes and the guide made it very interesting ( in an uninteresting landscape). He talked about various shrubs that grew there. The llama bush was spectacular. Then they parked in a ‘balcony’ for a breathtaking view of the Argentinian lake. We were then taken to the caves. A 500 m walk along the lake shores. Lots of interesting facts about Walichu tribe was given. The cave paintings were not much. But the fact that they were prehistoric made it exciting. Then we were served an excellent meal in another cave It was the experience and information that you pay for. Don’t expect spectacular paintings- they were few and faint. I found the experience hugely satisfying
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Date of experience: October 2019
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catedratico02 wrote a review Jun. 2019
Palm Beach, Florida157 contributions94 helpful votes
I would not recommend going here, there is not much to see and the art is not real, they sell you this package as it is a nice trip but I was there and find nothing atractive, fortunatelly got the chance to see what this was all about without paying any fee since I had a rented vehicle and once we got there noticed it was not what they promote on the excursion. Caves a very poor and not really what we call here in America Caves.
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Date of experience: June 2019
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