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Marvel at thousands of playful penguins in their natural habitat on a morning tour of Magdalena Island from Punta Arenas. Cruise past stunning seaside scenery as you venture to a picturesque and protected nature reserve to observe the incredible creatures. Gain insight into their physiology and behavior with a knowledgeable guide and embark on a hike to a legendary lighthouse. Weather permitting, sail to the shores of Isla Marta to witness sea lions and elephant seals splashing in the sea.
This is a unique experience to get to know a little bit of Chilean Patagonia! Get to know this place full of pure nature and dreamy landscapes. Enjoy breathtaking landscapes with mountains, rivers, valleys, lakes and glaciers, all in one place in this package of 4 days and 3 nights.
Discover the best of Punta Arenas and learn about the history of Patagonia during this small-group shore excursion. See replicas of the vessels that discovered this wild region, visit the stunning Municipal Cemetery, discover the natural history and ethnography of the region on a visit to the Museum Maggiorino Borgatello, and much more. Your package includes port/hotel transfers and lunch.
Save time on this guided tour of Punta Arenas that includes hotel or port pickup and drop-off, as well as visits to city sites. In a small group, visit Chile's first settlement, Fort Bulnes, then continue to Maggiorino Borgatello Museum, Magallanes Regional Museum, and the Nao Victoria Museum, where you can see the first ship to circumnavigate the world. Afterward, explore the city's attractions, including Cerro de la Cruz for skyline views.
This place known for being the southernmost region in the world and one of the great tourist attractions of Chilean Patagonia will delight you with its natural beauty and beautiful panoramas, its rich landscape represented by forests, mountains, glaciers, rivers and history makes it a tourist pole of international relevance.Enjoy the adventure and relive the story by navigating the Strait of Magellan, to reach the city of Porvenir, capital of Tierra del Fuego Island, where you can see stunning natural landscapes, and from the first moment get in touch with the unparalleled pampas, its beautiful and diverse fauna, dotted with guanacos, sheep farms and a cold and gray sea, home of the second largest penguin in the world, the king penguin, who for unknown reasons has begun to emigrate to this area and can be observed freely by tourists.We will know beautiful historical places like the Villa of Cerro Sombrero and the Estancia San Gregorio.
Enjoy a day away from the city on a day tour of Tierra del Fuego island. Travel the distance with ease, with round-trip transfer and ferry crossing included, and discover island highlights including Parque Pinguino Rey, Porvenir Museum, and the village of Cerro Sombrero. Learn about the archipelago’s history and culture from your guide, and enjoy absorb coastal and rural views of southernmost Chile.
Early in the morning we started with this unique adventure, after Check-in in our office, we headed to Laredo Bay located 25 km north of the city, by transfer to board speedboats and navigate the Legendary Strait of Magellan, route migratory of Sei Whales, Oyster Dolphins and Southern Dolphins, after 45 minutes arrive at Magdalena Island, where we will disembark 1 hour with our guide to know the natural habitat of the Magellanic Penguins. We continue our journey to Isla Marta to see Sea Lions, Imperial Cormorants and hundreds of Southern Gulls.Then return to the pier and Punta Arenas.
-Personalized attention-We went to all the tourist attractions of Torres del Paine ParkEither way, see highlights like the Cascada Paine . Since many agencies do not go through this beautiful tourist attraction because they have to deviate an hour but it is worth it to make our passengers happy
Enjoy the charms of this beautiful city of sophisticated European architecture, its pure air and its beautiful traditions. We will know its beautiful Plaza de Armas, full of traditions, where the figure of the Indian awaits you to kiss or touch his feet in symbolism that you will return one day to these lands. We will visit its particular cemetery, its viewpoints and most characteristic monuments. We embark on a journey back in time 500 years ago, living the experience aboard the Nao Victoria through environmental sounds, replicas of everyday objects, navigation instruments and artillery on this wonderful real-scale replica of the boat in which Hernando de Magallanes and his squad went around the world demonstrating that there was a step to the end of the world that linked two oceans.
Focus your camera lens on the colony of king penguins that reside in Pinguino Rey Park, a nature preserve in Bahia Inutil. This full-day tour from Punta Arenas will delight wildlife enthusiasts and history buffs. After a ferry ride across the Strait of Magellan to the little town Porvenir, you’ll visit villages and a museum before a trip to see the penguins. (Entrance fees to museum and park are additional.)
Located 20 miles (32 km) northeast of Punta Arenas in the middle of the Strait of Magellan, Magdalena Island is a must for animal lovers. The island, a protected area since 1982, was renamed Los Pinguinos Natural Moment. It has an interesting ecosystem, home to more than 120,000 couples of penguins which come during the summer to reproduce and other birds such as cormorants and Andean seagulls.
If you explore a new city on your own, chances are you’ll miss out on some important historical facts. This Punta Arenas private city tour is led by a guide who shows you the most popular city spots in the quickest amount of time. See Plaza de Armas, the Cemetery of Punta Arenas, Cerro de la Cruz, and Nao Victoria Museum all with your guide who gives your private group their full attention.
Enjoy a guided sightseeing tour of Punta Arenas. With transport from your port of call, spend two hours exploring local sights and attractions, including the Magallenes Regional Museum and the historic cemetery. Learn about Patagonia’s indigenous cultures at the Regional Salesian Museum, and climb Cerro Mirador for breathtaking views of the Strait of Magellan. This shore excursion comes with the Viator guarantee, assuring that you’ll be back at port on time.
Discover the lively gateway to Patagonia on this 3-hour tour of Punta Arenas. Learn all about the city’s colonial heritage and 19th-century gold rush as you follow your guide around the Salesiano Maggiorino Borgatello Museum, then enjoy panoramic views over the Strait of Magellan. Ideal for first-time visitors to get their bearings, this small-group tour includes hotel pick-up and drop-off.
Punta Arenas capital of the Magellan´s region is considered to be the largest one in territory in Chile but only 1% of chileans live here. Harsh weather conditions in winter and mild summers are a challenge for everyone. Just like in the old days in the city, before the Panama Canal different languajes were being spoken in the streets of Punta Arenas, Ernest Shackleton, Gabriela Mistral (the chilean Nobel Prize winning poet), Sundance Kid and Butch Cassidy, were just some of the foreigners attracted by the local beauty of the landscapes of Patagonia.Come and visit Punta Arenas, a must see place in Patagonia, a great introduction to the local history in the southermost tip of the American continent!
A historical place that speaks of the origins of colonization in these lands, in a location with a privileged view of the Strait of Magellan. The diversity of native flora and fauna added to the discovery of the history of the origins of colonization in these lands make the perfect mix for this excursion
08:00 hrs Pick up of passengers instead of lodging.08:30 aprox hrs Departure from Punta Arenas to San Isidro Lighthouse by route 9, "end of the continental roads".* Home Walk to the San Isidro Lighthouse.This trekking of medium difficulty will take you to the southernmost continental lighthouse in the world inaugurated in 1904.* In total the walk is 8 kms on the edge of the beach. In the whole walk you could observe fauna and flora, Dawson Island and a large part of the Darwin Mountain Range.Estrecho Park, where we will visit historical places, patrimonial tour.* Fuerte Bulnes, established in 1843, which was the first Chilean settlement in Patagonia.* Visitor Center, where you can learn about the natural and human history of the Strait of Magellan.* Visit to the geographical center of Chile, a milestone that marks the center of our country considering the territory it intends on the Antarctic, to then return to Punta Arenas.
Experience the magic of America’s last light with this gorgeous day hike to the Faro San Isidro, the southernmost lighthouse on the American continent. Walk in the shadow of Mount Tarn, explored by Charles Darwin during his Beagle voyage. Witness the beauty of Patagonia’s fjords and channels ecosystem while you learn about the geology and ecology of this unique habitat, just 70km outside of Punta Arenas. Stunning views, fresh air, and amazing facts make time fly during this 8-hour moderate difficulty guided hiking excursion.
Punta Arenas capital of the Magellan´s region is considered to be the largest one in territory in Chile but only 1% of chileans live here. Harsh weather conditions in winter and mild summers are a challenge for everyone. Just like in the old days in the city, before the Panama Canal different languajes were being spoken in the streets of Punta Arenas, Ernest Shackleton, Gabriela Mistral (the chilean Nobel Prize winning poet), Sundance Kid and Butch Cassidy, were just some of the foreigners attracted by the local beauty of the landscapes of Patagonia.Come and visit Punta Arenas, a must see place in Patagonia, a great introduction to the local history in the southermost tip of the American continent. We offer guiding service and transport directly from the providers.
This tour is a great chance to spend time driving along the pampas of Patagonia, we all have been born or brought up in the area.There is not any other supplier involved in between the customer and the local providers.
Get to know the natural beauty, history, and culture of Patagonia on this exciting full-day small group excursion. Begin the day submersed in nature with an easy hike through the Reserva Forestal Magallanes. This little-known national park boasts stunning views of the Rio las Minas, mixed Nothofagus forest, and abundant birdlife typical of the region of Magallanes. Get introduced to the wildlife, flora, fauna, geology, and history of the area by your expert guide before finishing your hike at a scenic lookout and enjoying a picnic lunch of Patagonian cuisine. Then, travel through the city, stopping at historical and cultural points of interest, including the Museo Maggiorino Borgatello, the Municipal Cemetery, and the Plaza, to learn about the story of the people of Patagonia and the unique culture that has come to thrive in this remote land. Finish with high tea and pastries in a beautiful antique cafe before being returned to your ship, hotel, or other accommodation.