Now 10,000 pesos per person (foreigners) entrance fee to Los Glaciares National Park - Perito Moreno sector. Pricey but worth the visit. Free camping El Huala available outside the park with 400 pesos for second day entry. Just get your park entry ticket stamped by the campsite park ranger.
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As of today entrance is 10,000 Ar$ per person and because of winter season you need either chains or studded tires, "regular" winter tire are not enough
No pets allowed (as said below they ask but don't check)
No dogs allowed. The rangers and cashiers will walk up to your window to collect the entrance fee. If they see or hear a dog you will be refused entry. If they do not see or hear a dog, you can probably get in. But you are violating the law. No dogs allowed.Report Check-In
Price since 01/23: 5500 ARG Pesos for non residents.
Next day with ticket: 50% discount
Price is 4000 ARS per person.
You can also pay with creditcard (if westernunion is out of money.... which unfortunately happen to us)!
foreigners still 2520$
hours : 8:00 AM 6:00PM por entrance
until 8:00PM for exit in verano
now it's around 2500 Argentina pesos for foreigners. but if you get your cash with Western Union, this is only 11€ and totally worth itReport Check-In
The entrance fee for foreigners is 2520 pesos per person for one day. A bit steep but more affordable with the blue dollar (be sure you read about this before you pass the Western Union in town). We arrived 7:45 and the counter was already open. There were already more people. So it would be worth it to be early.
Now it's 1800 pesos each! 8am to 6pm in verano.
// 1800 pesos por persona.
One day ticket ARS 800 pp, two consecutive days ARS 1200 pp (in case you do a glacier cruise the next day)
Definitely very touristy but still worth to see and hear the glacier, even if you‘ve been to Alaska ;-) Tryto be here at 8am in the morning so you have 2 hours until the big groups arrive...
It's a bit pricy for what it offers. If you are coming from Alaska, you probably saw dozens of glaciers from a lot closer than that, many of them for free, but it's still nice to see if you can afford it. Hearing it crack and seeing huge chunks of ice fall in the water is definitely cool!Report Check-In
They didn't ask us for snow chains but it was really sunny. I guess if the weather is worse, you actually might need the snow chains since even today, there was some ice and snow on the road...Report Check-In
We paid 800pp and credit and debit card were accepted. It’s winter but no one mentioned chains. Don’t know if it’s because we are on a 4x4, but we entered without any problems! :)Report Check-In
Entry still 800 pesos per person (even in low season). Carrying snow chains compulsory at this time of year (they will ask even if you have a 4X4)- we’re driving a Nissan Pathfinder. Lot of black ice on the road so be careful if you’re here in winter!Report Check-In
Entrance fee has gone up again, 800 pp now. Also be aware if you come here in the winter that it is mandatory to have chains for your tires. If you don’t have them they won’t let you in, and in our case it was Sunday so we couldn’t buy any in El Calafate til the next day.Report Check-In
Don‘t miss it. This glacier is amazing! 700ARS per Person and possible to pay with credit card. Try to go left at the crossing in the park. Just don’t look at the park ranger and pass:-) You are then next to all hiking starts.Report Check-In
you could definitely put someone under a blanket in the back if you find the fee a bit much.Report Check-In
The portalmitre Wi-Fi password at the entrance: [Password removed by Moderator.] Nice and fastReport Check-In
new prices (although it's low season):
600 ARS for foreigners now.
ridiculously beautiful. ridiculously overpriced.
once in the park they never checked my ticket again. not even while leaving. they also never checked how many passengers were actually in the car.
just saying ;)
Entrance fee for foreigners 500 ARS per person. Opening hours 8:00 to 19:00 or 20:00 depending on the time of year.
The different walkways and balconies at the end of the road allow fantastic views on the Perito Moreno Glacier. Moreover, even listening to glacier, to all the cracking and thundering, is fascinating. A visit is mandatory if you are in the region!Report Check-In
in low season definitely possible to smuggle people in.
girlfriend was still sleeping in the back when driving in. if I wouldn't have said she was there I would have only paid once. nobody checked our tickets again after buying them