Visited: Feb 21, 2019
Wonderful day cruising past amazing scenery
Visited: Feb 28, 2019
Even though it was raining and foggy, it was still fun to see.
Visited: Feb 20, 2020
Arrived late due to departing Punta Arenas an hour late--late excursion return from Antarctica. Weather was somewhat marginal--rain and low clouds.
Visited: Feb 02, 2019
Glacier was gorgeous
Visited: Feb 06, 2020
Incredible experience! So much beauty here. We were lucky, the weather was perfect. I think the whole ship was outside getting their amazing photos! Well worth the trip. I’ve seen quite a few glaciers now, but this one is special. 5 stars all the way!
Another day, another glacier? As our guide in Puerto Vallarta repeatedly asked, "¿Si or no?" On first thought, I was tempted to answer "No. I've been to Alaska and seen plenty of glaciers." But maybe I need to rethink this one. After all, even as it shrinks, Amalia *is* grinding away a volcano. And, as my wife remembers someone saying, it *is* the bluest glacier in the world. Can I change my vote?
Breathtakingly, simply beautiful - don't sleep in as the entry to get to the glacier is just as interesting as the destination.
Visited: Dec 04, 2018
What a beautiful area.
Visited: Jan 08, 2019
We saw Brujo Glacier, but I am sure they are comparable. It was very nice. But again, after being in Antarctic where you saw literally hundreds of glaciers it would not have been as impressive to see it westbound.
Visited: Dec 17, 2018
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