WOULD YOU LIKE TO WALK ON ARGENTINA’S MOST FAMOUS GLACIER?
What is Big Ice + Walkways?
In this adventure, you will explore one of the world’s biggest glacier tongues for approximately 3 hours. This is one of the most extreme activities in Perito Moreno National Park.
Why choose Big Ice + Walkways?
It is a journey to the centre of the Perito Moreno Glacier.
As you walk further onto the glacier, you will see the world around you with brand new eyes: you will be amazed by blue lagoons, deep cracks, huge sinkholes and magical caves.
At the centre of the glacier, you will be awestruck by the immensity and power of Nature.
You will walk on the most impressive glacier tongue of the Southern Patagonian Ice Field, the world’s 3rd biggest ice sheet after Antarctica and Greenland.
This trip includes a professional guide who will tell you many interesting facts and curious details about the places you will visit.
Is transportation included?
Yes. If you are staying in or around the centre of El Calafate, our buses will pick you up and drop you off at your hotel.
What time are they going to pick me up at the hotel?
We will inform you the exact pick up time via WhatsApp 24 hours before the tour.
It is usually scheduled between 08:00 and 08:30 AM.
What time does the tour finish?
This tour finishes between 05:00 and 05:30 PM.
Is lunch included?
Yes. This tour includes one box lunch per person.
I have children with me, can I bring them?
You need to be at least 18 years old to take part on this activity.
I am more than 50 years old, can I take part in this activity?
Unfortunately, the upper age limit for this activity is 50 years.
There is someone with limited mobility in my group, can they take part in this activity?
Unfortunately, this activity is not suitable for people with the following conditions: pregnancy, respiratory diseases, disabling diseases in relation to coordination and motor skills.
The e-voucher will be sent to your e-mail a few hours after payment confirmation.
There are only 16 places available per day.
Difficulty: High (high physical demand)
What to wear: waterproof jacket, comfortable and warm clothes, waterproof trousers, hiking boots or leather trainers, backpack, sunglasses, sunscreen, gloves and hat.
Our recommendation: bringing chocolate and bottled water in your backpack.
National Park entrance fee is not included. The entrance fee is paid upon arrival.
National Park entrance fee: USD 8 (foreigners) – USD 4 (residents)
FREE cancellation until 24 hours before the beginning of the activity.