The Calluqueo Glacier is a beautiful millenary mass of ice that descends the western slope of Mount San Lorenzo. At its base there is a beautiful lead-colored lagoon, the result of the large amount of sediment transported by the waters at the top of the mountain, surrounded by virgin forests inhabited by huemules and over which condors fly.

Itinerary is part of programs to Marble Chapels

· Bed & Breakfast at Parador Loberías del Sur in Puerto Bertrand or similar

 

· Departure from Puerto Bertrand at 08:00 AM

 

· Visit to Calluqueo Glacier

 

· Main square of Cochrane with free time

 

· Patagonia Park viewpoint

 

· Confluence of Baker River with Neff River

 

· Arrival at Puerto Bertrand at 06:00 PM

 

· Included dinner at 08:00 PM (beverages not included)

 

· Accommodation at Parador Loberías del Sur in Puerto Bertrand or similar

 

(Meals/snacks service provided en route)