Sail through the legendary Strait of Magellan, walk with the Magellanic Penguins on Magdalena Island, see Sea Lions and native fauna on Marta Island. The Penguin colony of Isla Magdalena is the second largest in South America, and the largest in Chile, this island is home to around 60,000 Penguins,
We will visit the largest condor colony in Chilean Patagonia, located 78 km from Punta Arenas, where after a light walk, we will reach the foot of the rock wall that serves as a refuge for the condors.
In one of the most remote and pristine places on the planet. A full-day trip will make us feel nature in its most natural state, leaving very early from our offices, we will travel by bus to our boarding 50 kilometers south of Punta Arenas, and then navigate for 10 hours: An unmissable journey where we can enjoy a unique landscape surrounded by mountains, glaciers, and lenga and coihues forests. The marine life present in the area will never cease to amaze us due to its proximity and abundance: sea lions, petrels, cormorants, southern dolphins, etc. They will make us feel that nature is felt and lived here.
Discover one of the last corners of Chilean Patagonia, with this excursion that will take you to know the Big Island of Tierra del Fuego. In the opportunity you will be able to know the town of Cerro Sombrero and, in addition, visit a unique colony of penguins.
These cavalcades allow our visitors to enjoy pleasant landscapes, between the forest and the Magellanic pampas we will be able to observe flora and fauna, in addition to the unsurpassed view of the Strait of Magellan accompanied by a Baqueano.
52 km south of Punta Arenas, the Strait of Magellan Park is the gateway to the historic natural and cultural heritage of the mythical Strait of Magellan.
This half-day tour visits the most emblematic places of the Park, such as the Museum of the Strait, the Fuerte Bulnes Site and the Bosque del Viento Trail, which makes it an excellent alternative to discover the best of this special place for the whole community
Discover and travel in a sincere way, the heritage of the Strait of Magellan!
from Punta Arenas to Puerto Natales. From this city, we will move to the Cueva del Milodón natural monument that we can visit while the guide tells us the history of this extinct animal and how it was discovered. Then we will continue to Torres del Paine National Park where we will enjoy views of the landscape from the viewpoints of Lake Sarmiento, Laguna Amarga and Lake Nordenskjöld. Also, we will pass through Lake Pehoé and the Paine waterfall, from where we have a privileged view of the towers and the Paine River waterfall. Afterwards, we will take a short walk on Gray Lake, to enter a native lenga forest until we reach the Gray glacier viewpoint. After this full day of Patagonian landscapes, we will start our trip back to the city of Punta Arenas.
A real adventure, navigating through the Serrano River to join the "Torres del Paine" and "Bernardo O'Higgins" national parks. We will sail just over an hour and we will arrive at the Bernardo O'Higgins National Park. In this place we will disembark and visit the Serrano glacier and we will cross the Ultima Esperanza fjord, to enjoy a typical Patagonian lunch, after having enjoyed lunch, we will begin our return to the hotel by the same river route, or continue the trip in catamaran to Puerto Natales. During this navigation we will be able to observe from a distance the Tyndall glacier, which belongs to the South Ice Field.
Enjoy fly fishing in one of the most amazing places on the planet, Torres del Paine National Park. This excursion will take place between rivers and lakes that surround this national park. We will sail and fish along the Serrano River or walk along little-explored trails to reach the fishing spots. We have all the necessary technical equipment and qualified professional guides to accompany you on this adventure. You can fish with Spey rods for Chinook Salmon or practice Flyfishing for resident brown and rainbow trout.
We start this excursion from Río Serrano. We will navigate through the river to reach the Rio Serrano waterfall, here we will disembark and walk to a viewpoint where we will observe the route of the river and mountains with their hanging glaciers. During this navigation, we will cross the junction between the Serrano and Gray rivers, which shows the difference in sediments and produces a special effect on the color of the waters.
Patagonian lunch at Estancia Río de los Ciervos, followed by a visit to the Estancia cinema and museum. We continue with a journey of 52 km to the south of the city where the Parque del Estrecho and the historic Fort Bulnes are located, founded in 1843 as an attempt to colonize these magical lands.
Navigation to Isla Magdalena and Marta (sighting of Magellan penguins and sea lions), after this spectacular journey through the Strait of Magellan, we will go to Estancia Río de los Ciervos for an exquisite Patagonian lunch, later visit to the Estancia's cinema and museum. We continue with a journey of 52 kms to the south of the city where the Parque del Estrecho and historic Fort Bulnes is located, founded in 1843 as an attempt to colonize these magical lands. Finally, return to Punta Arenas.