Chile travel

Cabo de Hornos National Park

Sail around the southernmost park in Chile and feel like a conqueror of the forest ecosystem that is the farthest south in the world.

Thanks to the place’s natural value, it was declared a Biosphere Reserve by Unesco and all its species like the leopard seals, dolphins, whales, sea lions and birds are currently protected.

As well as visiting the island on a tour boat, you can be more adventurous and set sail into its extreme waters. Explore every part of the island through its trails, breathing in the fresh air of the end of the world!

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Arrive sailing from Punta Arenas, or by plane to Puerto Williams to then continue by sea to the park.



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