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TravelPod Member ReviewsPatagonia Queen El Calafate
This hotel is located near the bus station just off the main street. The staff is incredibly helpful and polite. The hotel is extremely clean and the beds are super comfy.
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What to do next? I consult my list of things to do for my first full day in El Calafate. I booked an excursion to the Glacier National Park to go and see the Perito Moreno Glacier. This place is located about 90km away from El Calafate and has been declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
I chose the boat portion of the tour as well, so I could …
A minibus picks us up shortly after 8 for our trip to Perito Moreno glacier. We are the only English speakers on the bus and our guide is the same as yesterday, a bubbly girl who speaks good English and seems to translate most things for us. Shortly after arrival at the national park we get our first sight of the glacier and then we take a short …
We were going to leave around 7 am but the leaders wanted to double check the breaks and such to ensure nothing was damaged from our episode in the sand. Because of this, it was about 7:45 before we got on the road. Nonetheless, we had a gorgeous sunrise over the ocean. The drive today became more beautiful as we continued south. Although it was still very arid, we passed by more hills and as we neared El Calafate, we encountered snow covered ...
... run out of my first 3 choices of dish and then took an hour to serve me pasta with tomato sauce. I skipped dessert and had a chocolate bar just up the road.
I met some Italian bikers at the Chilean frontier and convinced them not to bike into Torres del Paine - too much traffic and nowhere to stow bikes. They changed their plan to do as I had and bus from Puerto Natales.
At the Chilean exit border I was stuck behind a noisy tour group. An annoying delay. I then ...
... metal crampons to the base of our shoes we were all set for some serious ice walking. The carefully chosen path led us through a maze of interesting ice formations in an array of beautiful shades of blue.
The highlight of the mini adventure occurred at the conclusion and was a pleasant surprise. Our guides had been so focused on safety and the importance of walking carefully on the ice with crampons to avoid injury that the last activity planned for ...