Until July 2 closed for holidays.

We take back the guided tours on Tuesday, July 2nd.

Welcome to:

Free Walking Tour
El Calafate

A fun and new way to get to know this beautiful Patagonian city of Argentina. We introduce you a guided tour by experts, to ensure that it fits within your expectations and budget!

 

During the Low Season (May to September):
• Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday at 11 a.m.
• Duration: 2 hours approximately.
• Bring warm clothing and comfortable shoes.
• It will be suspended in case of rain or snow.

 

During the High Season (October to March):

• Guided tours from Monday to Saturday at 5:30 p.m.Departures  5:30 p.m.

• December 24 and 25 – There are no guided tours.

• December 31 and January 1 – There are no guided tours.

Welcome to:

Free Walking Tour
El Calafate

A fun and new way to get to know this beautiful Patagonian city of Argentina. We introduce you a guided tour by experts, to ensure that it fits within your expectations and budget!

 

During the Low Season (May to September):
• Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday at 11 a.m.
• Duration: 2 hours approximately.
• Bring warm clothing and comfortable shoes.
• It will be suspended in case of rain or snow.

 

During the High Season (October to March):

• Guided tours from Monday to Saturday at 5:30 p.m.Departures  5:30 p.m.

• December 24 and 25 – There are no guided tours.

• December 31 and January 1 – There are no guided tours.

Los Glaciares National Park Administration

Each national park in the country has its headquarters which is the administrative and operational base. In El Calafate, there is the Intendency of Los Glaciares National Park, whose building was built in 1946 and declared a Historic Municipal Monument in 2001, although the creation of Los Glaciares National Park was in 1937.
This wooden building is located in the center of the city and has a beautiful garden and theme park that pays tribute to Francisco P. Moreno through several sculptures that show him in different situations of his life.

Viewpoint “los pioneros”

(The Pioneers) Square

Los Pioneros Square, created in recognition of the first settlers who stayed here, has a beautiful lookout. From the top, you will have a magnificent view of our town, the Lago Argentino and the Cordillera de los Andes.
You can see the wooded area of the city, which was the first populated area, as well as we can see the new neighborhoods, Cerro Calafate, Cerro de Mayo and Cerro Huyliche.

From the top of the Mirador we will have a beautiful view of the Argentino Lake, the largest in our country, and on clear days we can see the impressive peaks of the Andes Mountain Range.

Santa Teresita

Church

The parish was inaugurated in the year 1960, being at that time smaller than it is nowadays.

Its façade is simple, the roof is corrugated sheet and gabled, and has a bell tower on the left side.

It is under the invocation of Saint Therese of the Child Jesus, a saint of French origin.

El Calafate, land of
natural wonders
Patagonia Argentina

Our city is known throughout the world for being the starting point to visit Los Glaciares National Park and the Perito Moreno Glacier, among other magnificent natural attractions of Patagonia Argentina. Its beginnings as a rural town in the 20th century left us a valuable heritage of the first inhabitants. Visit the city with us!

MEETING POINT

Los Glaciares National Park Intendency

Av del Libertador and Bustillo.
FIND THE VIOLET UMBRELLA.
No need to book! We will wait for you!

For groups of more than 10 people, other languages ​​(French, German, Italian, Portuguese)

or private tour write to calafatewalkingt@gmail.com

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