Just south of Puerto Tranquilo, Chile, this red bridge is somewhat famous: adventurers cross it before pushing deeper into Patagonia. Kayake
With port and sheep-breeding history, the gateway into Antartica will captivate you with its clean air and sophisticated European architecture.
Take a boat or a kayak along the Magellan Straits and you’ll be surprised by the penguins as they welcome you to Magdalena Island. Go on an adventure to Tierra del Fuego and discover the best kept secrets of the Kawesqar and Selk’nam people, indigenous to the southernmost part of Chile.
Go back in time walking around Punta Arenas’ cementary. Its beautiful gardens bring elegance to the tombs of historical characters of the area. If you like shopping, the duty free area is the ideal location to get souvenirs from your trip.
Stretch your legs walking around the Main Square and take in its traditions. The Statue of the Indian is waiting for you to kiss or touch its feet, which people say means you’ll be back.
Sail through the Straits of Magellan and discover places full of history and adventure. Visit Magdalena Island, part of Los Pingüinos Natural Monument and be greeted by thousands of sea birds that live there. In the cosmopolitan city of Punta[...]
Come and be amazed by the beautiful Magellanic Penguins that welcome you on Magdalena Island and Marta Island, close to Punta Arenas. This natural monument will mesmerize you with its beautiful landscape and picture worthy images. Mingle with these beautiful[...]
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[...]
Picture yourself sailing through the very heart of Patagonia on turquoise waters rippled by the constant breezes. Come aboard and discover the splendor of Chile's largest lake! This body of water shared by two countries reaches the town of Chile Chico[...]
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[...]
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[...]