Hey, everyone! I got lost for a couple of days, one being in transit back home, and one more in which I blacked out, sleeping for about 24 hours, haha, but I’m ready to continue sharing some more photos from Tierra del Fuego!
After we kayaked with those humpbacks we sailed all night through the Strait of Magellan to get closer to the spot where we would meet the rest of group. We got up early morning while it was still dark to prepare all our stuff to jump off the Expedición Fitz Roy boat once we reached Caleta María.
As we were finishing with breakfast, the light of day started creeping in, revealing the beautiful landscapes of the Darwin range we were sailing by. It didn’t take long for the massive Luis de Saboya glacier to appear behind a mountain, and all of us rushed out to enjoy the amazing view.
Once energized with the chilly wind and awesome view of the glacier, we were ready to take on another day of #AdventureWeekTDF and made our way back to land in Tierra del Fuego. Not at all a bad way to wake up for adventure!
Photo taken at: Cerro Luis de Saboya