In the distant Tierra del Fuego, groups of wild or "bagual" horses can be observed to this day. This rugged corner of our continent is inhabited by people who are dedicated to sheep breeding and wool production or maintain and care for the posts and properties that are located in this area. In this ride you can observe the wild horses accompanied by local inhabitants who will teach you about the culture and history of the place.
Horseback ride + trekking in Tierra del Fuego / Patagonia / Code CLL034
Pick up at Punta Arenas
Daily Riding Time
3 hours 1 and 2 days
4 days / 3 nights (+ 1 optional)
Minimum 2, maximum 10 people
Confirmation within 48 hours
- Private transport indicated in the itinerary
- Rio Bueno mount, with double cushion (pello), stirrups type capacho acioneras adjustable, a saddlebag per horse, pierneras, and riding helmet.
- Meals indicated in the itinerary (D: breakfast, BL: box lunch, A: lunch, BBQ: Patagonian roast, C: dinner) 1 / 2 bottle of wine per person at each meal
- Accommodation in tent: Tent for the water for 2 people, aluminum eva floor mat, polar blanket
- Lodging in estancia: Basic facilities, there are no luxuries, the rooms are shared, wood heating and bathroom.
- Evacuation transport in case it is necessary
- Guide / driver (English - Spanish), baqueano for horseback riding.
Does not include
- International and / or domestic flights
- Sleeping bag
- Additional nights
- Medical expenses
- Any type of insurance
- Personal expenses
- Gratuities for guides and baqueano
1. DAY 1:
3-4 HOURS IN FERRY
3 HOURS RIDING
NIGHT IN STAY (AC)
We will begin the day with the transfer from Punta Arenas by ferry to Porvenir in Tierra del Fuego, crossing the Strait of Magellan. At this junction you can see penguins and enjoy wonderful landscapes. In Tierra del Fuego we will visit Estancia Tres Hermanos, where we will have lunch. From here we will start our ride to find the wild horses. We will have dinner in the estancia where we will lodge.
2. DAY 2:
1,5 HOURS BY TRANSFER
3 HOURS OF HORSEBACK (depending on the location of the horses)
NIGHT IN CAMP (DAC)
After our breakfast we will head towards Valle Hermoso, where we will visit the Cameron Ranch, the most important in the region. Here we can observe the local inhabitants in sheep farming and local management. Then we will move towards the Vicuña sector where we will have lunch, to later start our cavalcade in search of wild horses. We will have dinner and stay in camp.
3. Day 3:
FULL DAY OF TREKKING
NIGHT IN CAMP (DAC)
On this day we will take a walk to meet the wild horses that are in the area. We will follow their tracks to find them in the lonely spots of Tierra del Fuego.
4. 4 DAY (optional supplementary)
OPTION 1: DAY OF FISHING
Fishing day in the Radmunssin River, carabinero lagoon. Includes: Guide, fishing equipment, picnic, dinner and tent accommodation. USD 200 value.
OPTION 2: Day of sighting of condors and other species (Trekking or cavalcade)
Includes: Guide, trekking equipment or horses, picnic, dinner and accommodation in tent. USD 200 value.
OPCIÓN 3: Culture and architecture day (visits and experiences in other rooms of the place).
Includes: Guide, dinner and overnight stay. USD 200 value.
5. Day 5
3-4 HOURS IN FERRY
After a delicious breakfast we will go back to Punta Arenas, where we will say goodbye, ending our adventure.
6. NOTE ON THE ITINERARY
Although we will do our best to follow the itinerary explained above, it is subject to change due to weather or other unexpected events beyond our control.
Prior notice of any type of health condition or food restriction
Our intention is not to sell a classic tour, because we don't want to treat you as a tourist or just show you beautiful things. The goal is to teach you a way of life that disappears, which is linked to the life and equestrian culture of Tierra del Fuego. We have years of experience in this but there is always something new, sometimes nature imposes its conditions on us and we have to accept them. It is important that you have flexibility in your travel reservations.
7. IT IS RECOMMENDED TO CARRY
- First-aid sunblock.
- Avoid synthetic fibers and prefer cotton or other natural fibers for the first layers.
- Also the pants, preferably baggy and cotton, since constant attrition with the saddle can damage your skin.
- Due to the wind, the outer layers of shelter should not be too wide so that they do not move excessively with the wind. The sound makes the horses nervous.
- Scarf for the neck, hat to protect from the cold and the intense sun, knife or razor, glasses with UV protection, flashlight, camera, sleeping bag.
- Comfortable shoes and not too wide to fit in the stirrups.