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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.
Experience the beauty of the native Patagonian forest on this easy 5km hike in the Patagonian Andes. Learn all about Punta Arenas' wildlife, history, and culture with your passionate local guide.Come with us on this all-inclusive excursion to hike the Lenga trail of the Reserva Forestal Magallanes, located just 15 minutes from Punta Arenas. The trail boasts stunning views of the Rio las Minas, a centenary mixed Nothofagus forest, and abundant birdlife typical of the region of Magallanes. Enjoy adventure, camaraderie, and, on your breaks, some special Patagonian snacks typical of our region. Celebrate the completion of your hike with a boxed lunch overlooking Punta Arenas city and the Strait of Magellan.Be sure to bring your camera, your hiking shoes, and your sense of adventure on this beautiful excursion to discover the real treasure of Chilean Patagonia.
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.
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.)
Cabo Froward, the Southernmost Point of the Continental World, Glaciers, Humpback Whales, Sei Whales, Southern Dolphins, Oyster Dolphins, Magellanic Penguins are part of the natural wonders of this Australzone of the Strait of Magellan and Tierra del Fuego. In one of the most remote and pristine places on the planet. A full day cruise will make us feel nature in its wildest state, leaving very earlyFrom our offices, we will travel by bus to our boarding 50 Kilometers south of Punta Arenas, and then sail for 10 hours: An unmissable adventure where we can enjoy a unique landscape surrounded by mountains, glaciers and forests of lenga and coihues. Lifemarine present in the area will not stop surprising us by its proximity and abundance: sea lions, petrels, cormorants, southern dolphins, etc. They will make us feel that here nature feels and lives.
Go wildlife-watching at a giant penguin colony in the Strait of Magellan. After an optional hotel pickup in Punta Arenas, board a speedboat bound for Magdalena Island and the Los Pingüinos Natural Monument. Capture memorable photos of the tens of thousands of seabirds that call the island home and stop by the island’s historic lighthouse for amazing panoramic views.
On the entire planet there is no other place more accessible to observe and photograph the largest flying bird in the world, the majestic Andean Condor.We will visit the largest condor colony in Chilean Patagonia, located only 78 kilometers away where, after a light walk, we will arrive at the foot of the rock wall that serves as a refuge for the condors. The use of binoculars will allow us to observe contemplate and obtain a photograph as a trophy in our visit.This excursion will allow you to have a close experience with one of the largest birds in South America, to know the way they live and breed, in a privileged place that allows the Condors to exist freely, without disturbing their natural habitat or their daily life. live in nature You will know a large part of the local native flora and fauna on the way to the rooms of the stay, in addition to knowing a little about the history of our city, knowing its landscapes and beautiful sunsets
See humpback whales in Francisco Coloane Marine Park on a nature-filled day trip from Punta Arenas. You’ll cruise through the Strait of Magellan and pass glaciers for an encounter with these majestic giants. Magellanic penguins, elephant seals, sea lions, dolphins and albatross also inhabit these icy waters. A box lunch is included.Note: This seasonal tour runs December–April.
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.
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.
Experience the beauty of the native Patagonian forest on this easy 5km hike in the Patagonian Andes. Learn all about Punta Arenas' wildlife, history, and culture with your passionate local guide.Come with us on this all-inclusive excursion to hike the Lenga trail of the Reserva Forestal Magallanes, located just 15 minutes from Punta Arenas. The trail boasts stunning views of the Rio las Minas, a centenary mixed Nothofagus forest, and abundant bird life typical of the region of Magallanes. Enjoy adventure, camaraderie, and, on your breaks, some special Patagonian snacks typical of our region. Celebrate the completion of your hike with a boxed lunch overlooking Punta Arenas city and the Strait of Magellan, before ending your tour with a scenic stop at the Mirador Cerro de la Cruz for some last photos and views of the strait.Be sure to bring your camera, your hiking shoes, and your sense of adventure on this beautiful excursion to discover the real treasure of Chilean Patagonia.
Everyone agrees that the best time to visit Patagonia is during the summer months of December to February but you can also travel through many areas of northern Chile throughout the year. The main season is in September - March when average daytime ranges from 65°F in the sun to the low 40°s. We highly recommend visiting Patagonia during summer (December to March), since it´s the warmest time of year, of course, with average high temperatures of around 15°C but in this time winds are at their strongest and can reach over 74 miles an hour. During Fall: March, April and May, is a pleasant time to go photographing wildlife and landscapes and marvel on the Patagonia's changing plant life. Winds are not as strong as they are in the spring. Daily highs fall into the 40's and 50's, making comfortable conditions for exploration.REQUIREMENTS:Meet the minimum age 25 years oldA valid driver’s license and passport for each driver. (An international permit is not necessary to drive in Chile)
You will be part of an unforgettable experience that will take you to one of the farthest points on Earth. The coldest, highest, windiest, driest and less populated continent. A continent that has been completely sunk by ice, which has not only shaped its topography but also influenced its evolution.On 1989, DAP began flying to King George Island in Antarctica and now is the private airline with more experience in flying there. This place is one of the only places on earth that is still pristine, It is, therefore, why, it has become an important reserve for the biosphere. Its unique beauty contrasted with its extreme weather conditions, make it an exotic and enchanting destination for all those privileged travelers who are planning a visit to the end of the world. In addition, you will live the incredible experience of sleeping in a tent, in one of the most amazing places in the world as a true adventurer.
On this tour I will take you off the beaten path in search of landscapes, birds, and wildlife. I recommend this tour for birdwatchers, or wildlife photogrpahers in case of search for an easy going opportunity to explore around Punta Arenas.