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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 …
I arrived in El Calafate after a lovely 3 hour bus ride. Was such a comfy coach and nice to only be three hours away. I arrived at my hostel I Keu Ken. It was a nice hostel, quiet when I arrived but clean and nice enough. I was on the top bunk though and a bit scared after the man falling from his bed. Anyway.....I went into town to try and book to do mini trekking on the glacier called Perrito Moreno. But it was all booked up for the two days I was there. It was quite disappointing but ...
... it was near the bird estuary along the lake since thatīs what it indicated via the map on their website. I incorrectly assumed it wouldnīt be very hard to find, and chance would have it that two blocks away from our hotel, we turned the wrong way on the coastal road. We spent quite a lot of time driving along the road, searing for the hotel, of which I also wasnīt entirely sure of the exact spelling or pronunciation. In fact, I had to stop into ...
... only 3 hours away from north from El Calafate and therefore in the direction we need to be going now. It also offers good hikes, most of which you can do by yourself without a guide. But these are day hikes unlike Torres de Paine (Not sure how exactly it translates, but it sounds a little like the Mountains of Pain, the name says it all… ), so each night you return to your hostel in El Chalten. It seems like a good compromise for us beginners J Even this is not as ...