Patagonia

Things to Do & Attractions in Patagonia

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Angelmo

Located at the west end of Puerto Montt, the small fishing port of Angelmo got its name — according to local legend — from the mispronunciation by indigenous ...  Read more

Calbuco Volcano

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The Calbuco Volcano, one of two snow-capped volcanic cones rising above the town of Puerto Varas on the shores of Lake Llanquihue, is also one of Chile’s most ...  Read more

Carretera Austral

Whether by car or bike, it’s hard to dispute that the Carreterra Austral is one of South America's most rugged — and scenic — highway routes. Winding through ...  Read more

Channel of Last Hope (Ultima Esperanza)

Not nearly as foreboding as it sounds, the Channel of Las Hope (Ultima Esperanza) is in fact a calm inlet stretching from Eberhard Fjord to Monte Balmaceda. ...  Read more

Chiloe Island

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Chiloe Island, also known as Isla Grande de Chiloé, is one of 30 islands that make up the Chiloe archipelago in the Lakes Region of southern Chile. It is ...  Read more

Fort Bulnes (Fuerte Bulnes)

Visitors to Fort Bulnes, located atop an unforgiving hillside, will surely take note of the unprecedented lengths colonizers went to in order to stake their ...  Read more

Grey Glacier

1 star rating: I do not recommend this 1 Review

Located in the Southern Patagonian Ice Field, Chile’s Grey Glacier flows south into Grey Lake, though warmer temperatures in recent summers have seen the ...  Read more

King George Island (Isla Rey Jorge)

King George Island is the largest of South Shetland Islands, and its scenic bays, which include Maxwell, Admiralty and King George Bays, are home to unique ...  Read more

Lake Todos los Santos

Lago Todos los Santos, or All Saints Lake, is located within Vicente Perez Rosales National Park in the lakes region of southern Chile. Sometimes it is ...  Read more

Llanquihue Lake

4 star rating: Recommended 1 Review

The town of Puerto Varas sits on the banks of Llanquihue Lake in Chile’s magnificent Lakes District. The lake itself, the second-largest lake in the country ...  Read more

Magallanes Regional Museum (Braun-Menendez Palace)

This elegant and well-preserved residence was once home to Braun Menendez—an intrepid pioneer who called Punta Arenas home. Just beyond the ornate iron gates ...  Read more

Magdalena Island

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When Magellan passed through the strait bound for Chile for the first time, he cruised on past the tiny Magdalena Island, famous for its thousands of ...  Read more

Maggiorino Borgatello Salesian Museum

This 1,700-square-foot mecca of Patagonia heritage covers an entire history, culture and tradition in just four floors. Travelers can explore the ...  Read more

Milodon Cave (Cueva del Milodon)

1 star rating: I do not recommend this 1 Review

In 1896, German explorer Eberhard Hermann entered a cave and found strange remains inside, the fur and bones of the extinct Mylodon sloth. Named after the ...  Read more

Nao Victoria Museum (Museo Nao Victoria)

Visitors to the Nao Victoria Museum can travel back in time and experience the real-life thrill of a 16th-century sailing experience. Opened in 2011, this ...  Read more

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