We took a catamaran tour and made it to the spot and it was very nice. Took several pictures and enjoyed it
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This is a slightly conically shaped lighthouse standing on the island of Les Eclaireurs, which it takes its name from. It is approx. six miles east of Ushuaia in the Beagle Channel. It is eleven metres high, round, no windows, painted red and white and...More
I experience this visit as part of the Channel of Beagle guided tour. They took us around this island in the boat. It is only accessible by boat and it is still operational. The island where is stands is inhabited so it is automated and...More
We saw the lighthouse as a part of a boat trip. It is an ordinary lighthouse but is in a beautiful setting.
Passed this landmark in the boat. Nothing special but in a picturesque setting. I would not go just to see this .
You need to hire a boat to sail the channel but they pretty much all pass by the lighthouse. You'll get close enough to see the cormorants and seals.
Whilst taking a cruise in the Beagle Channel we visited this lovely old lighthouse which provides some lovely photograph opportunities. We just looked at the lighthouse and let our imaginations go to think of the maritime stories the lighthouse could relate. There was also an...More
The view from here is simply spectacular! I recommend doing an excursion with Patagonia Advanture Explorer, as I had a great time with them!
We took a Rumbo Sur catamaran tour of Ushuaia Bay from our Princess cruise ship. The lighthouse (Faro Les Eclaireurs) was on a small island in the Bay ((Beagle Channel) at the end of our tour. The sun was shining brightly on the lighthouse. It...More