Known as the city of bridges, Tortel invites visitors to take a stroll through 7.5 kilometers of platforms, bridges, and stairs built with cypress wood, which connect the various sites of this picturesque place declared a “Typical Area” due to its architecture and lifestyle.
Explore the mouth of the Baker River, the most-voluminous river in Chile, and take a sailing trip to uncover the mysteries of the nearby Island of the Dead. Here you will find dozens of tombs and crosses reminding visitors of the workers who disappeared in the sea after a tragic shipwreck.
Visit Villa O’Higgins, the last town on the Carretera Austral. You can depart from here for the basin of the Mosco River, where you will find a major huemul colony amidst peat bogs and hills. Along with the condor, these timid deer adorn the Chilean coat of arms.
You’ll find the third largest ice field in the world located in the heart of Patagonia, Campos de Hielo Norte. These are stunning natural formations famous for their odd shapes, colors ranging from white to blue, and where the[...]
The Southern Ice Field is a large expanse of ice with 49 glaciers, among which we find the O’Higgins and Pio XI Glaciers in the Bernardo O’Higgins National Park, and the Tyndall, Grey, and Montt Glaciers, which you can observe[...]
This is a paradise for explorers. Inside the park you will discover massive glaciers and rocky formations of the Northern Ice Field, and you will come face to face with the challenge of climbing Mount San Valentín, the tallest[...]
Scenic Patagonia route that is one of a kind in the world. Over 1,000 kilometers of natural beauty await you at the southernmost tip of the world. The Carretera Austral (or Southern Highway) captures the hearts of intrepid drivers and[...]
Do you see yourself in the middle of the southernmost town in the world? Visit Puerto Williams and be surprised by its great biological diversity and the awesome natural beauty of its landscape. While there, discover the ancient ethnic culture[...]
Ferdinand Magellan discovered and gave this place the name Tierra del Fuego because of the bonfires the Selk'nam Indians used to light, and you can see these while sailing. Come visit one of the most extreme landscapes of Chile and[...]
* Reference from airports in Santiago (SCL)