You leave the local port for Alicia Island, which is home to a colony of sea lions. Then it’s on to Isla de los Pájaros, an island inhabited by imperial shags and white-bellied shags.
The next island on the list is Isla de los Lobos, where two types of sea lions are found, and finally the trip takes you to the Faro Les Eclaireus, a lighthouse constructed in 1919. Some departures offer a short hike on Bridges Island, where remains of Yamana camps can be found.
Duration: 3 hours
Two trips depart daily every day of the year (10 a.m. and 3 p.m.)
In high summer a 7 p.m. sunset departure is added.