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How could anyone not be awestruck by the sheer majesty and wonder of one of earth’s most beautiful places. Gaze for hours at what surly must be one of the great creations of our amazing world. To see massive glaciers calving and recognising these have...More
Upsala is more difficult to reach than the more famous Moreno Glacier and you can’t get as close but what you gain is the view of the lake and it’s intense turquoise blue water. You simply can’t believe this colour I’ve never seen anything that...More
Glacier Upsala is really big however you don’t get to come close enough as you do with Perito Moreno. Also, getting to Glacier Upsala takes about 2hours by boat. Too much time in my opinion to spend in a closed area when you are in...More
Take the boat trip to Upsala Glacier. The scenery is fantastic. The glacier is very impressive. Unfortunately the park regulations prohibit boats from approaching the front of the glacier due to an excessive concern about tsunamis. Apparently there was a giant nocturnal calving that left...More
Glaciers are not all alike and The Upsala Glacier and the rivers with chucks of ice and icebergs are beautiful and so impressive. The experience of standing on deck with the wind in your face viewing the various shades of blue in the ice, sky...More
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We booked our trip with our local Travel Agent here in South Africa and were well looked after. I believe the company was caller Buquebus or something like that - same as report above. They were absolutely great.