- Nature Reserve / Wildlife Observation / Safari
Seno España is a beautiful glacial valley in southern Patagonia, not far from Seno Pia which lies at the foot of Mount Darwin. If you want to discover it, you'll need to have sea legs. Indeed, if you want to see Ushuaia, the town at the end of the world, in all its grandeur, you'll need to take a cruise from Puerto Williams in Chile. It will take about twelve days to discover the typical landscapes of Southern Patagonia with its blue glaciers, emerald lagoons and vast forests.
After stopping off in Romanche Bay and Seno Pia, you'll continue on your journey towards Seno España. You'll then continue along the Beagle Channel, crashing through the broken ice which falls into the deep water. Seno España is surrounded by a myriad of islands and is a refuge for many marine birds: ducks, cormorants, albatrosses ... The weather is great and the sun's rays bring out the neon blue colour in the glaciers. Suddenly, night falls and our captain signals to us that it's time for dinner!