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Puerto Natales Activities

Travelers from all over the world come to discover the natural wonders of Chilean Patagonia, famous for its virgin fjords, glaciers, rivers and majestic mountains. Located next to the Andes, on the banks of the last sound of Esperanza; Puerto Natales is the gateway to the famous Torres del Paine National Park in Patagonia.

Classic Torres del Paine

One of our star products, the famous “Paine Clásico”. Its success is due to the fact that it allows us to get to know the entirely park in in just one day, an excellent alternative for those who have only a few days in the area.

Duration: Full Day

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Trekking Base Torres Road

The most visited trail in the park, and for good reason! The physical challenge involved in the trail is rewarded for its beautiful views, Lenga forests intersect and one or two endemic animals can be seen.

Duration: Full Day

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Balmaceda & Serrano Glacier Navigation

Once embarked, navigation will begin through the Ultima Esperanza Fjord towards the Bernardo O’Higgins National Park. Our targets are the Balmaceda and Serrano glaciers. The trip continues to Monte Balmaceda and we will appreciate the glacier of the same name.

Duration: Half Day

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Trekking Milodon Cave

A trip to the Milodon Cave makes a perfect half-day excursion. The 25-minute drive to this national historic monument will take you past rolling fields of Patagonian pampa. 

Duration: Half Day

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Sofia Lake Horseback Ride

Discover the beautiful Laguna Sofía on horseback. Home to caves, waterfalls and forests, the area surrounding this scenic lagoon is a must-see. 

Duration: Half Day

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A Day on the Estancia

Patagonia is full of ranches, or “estancias,” where the traditional ways live on with gauchos, sheep, cattle and beautiful scenery. 

Duration: Full Day

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Know our excursions

Book your excusions in advance during your stay with us and get 10% discount when you book online.

We invite you to discover all our options so that you can experience the Chilean Patagonia.

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