Regular departures every day on request, October to April
What is an EcoCamp Extension?
EcoCamp Extensions are excursions you can book in addition to our regular EcoCamp programs, to enhance your Patagonian experience. These tours can take place before or after your main program but we strongly recommend doing them afterwards to maximise your arrival experience at EcoCamp with your fellow trekking/Safari group members. Transport in and out of the park is not included as these services are covered by your regular program with EcoCamp. If you wish to book an EcoCamp Extension without any other EcoCamp program please contact us so we can give you a quote
Your booking is based on Chilean pesos (CLP), but you pay in US$ (USD), using the exchange rate valid on the day of payment which will be shown in your order. This exchange rate may vary between the date you pay your deposit and the date you pay your outstanding balance, but rest assured this is the best way to keep our prices competitive and ensure the best rate for you!
- Ask for single supplement
- Optional Glaciarium Museum & Ice Bar
Reciprocity fee to enter Argentina
Nationalities including but not limited to Canada and Australia are required to pay a reciprocity fee when entering Argentina. For nationalities affected and up to date fees please consult the Argentinian national immigration office
Starting / Finishing Points
The trip starts around 7am at Ecocamp Patagonia and ends at El Calafate Airport around 8pm.
- 1 full day excursion Perito Moreno
- 1 overnight at Hotel Kosten Aike, El Calafate, Argentina
- Entrance fee Los Glaciares National Park
- Perito Moreno Glacier Boat Trip
- Bilingual guide
- Meals: day 1: Breakfast; day 2: Breakfast, box lunch
- Transfers in and out of airport
- Insurance (the same as for main programs)
- Voluntary tipping of guides and staff
- Items of personal nature
- Items not mentioned
EcoCamp van to Cerro Castillo where you change to the excursion van which will take you to El Calafate.
The vast unbroken stretch of ocean to the west and south of the South American continent leaves the Patagonian Andes very exposed to the saturated winds that circle the Antarctic landmass. Also, both the strong marine and the South Patagonic Ice field influence make the weather hard to predict. In spring or early summer, fine weather may deteriorate almost without warning, bringing rains and eventually snow. Even in summer (December to March) you should come prepared to find cold- strong winds (up to 130 km/hr) and rainfalls. The summer’s average temperature is 11ºC/52ºF (24ºC max, 2ºC min).
This trip does not demand physical activity other than optional walking along the walkways near the glacier at a relaxed pace
What you need to bring
You need to bring your personal belongings and box lunch provided by EcoCamp.
We reserve the right to change the order of the days in any itinerary at the discretion of the trip guide and based on operational considerations. The trip guide can modify, change or eliminate part of the itinerary based on safety/weather considerations.