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Get a close look at the wild region of Patagonia on a full-day private tour from Punta Arenas to Torres del Paine National Park. Enjoy a day of scenic lookouts, trekking, and a look at the area’s distinct fauna and flora such as condors and guanacos. Visit iconic spots such as the Mylodon Cave, Lake Grey, and Sarmiento de Gamboa lookout. Round-trip hotel transfers and a picnic are included.
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.
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.
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.
Discover Patagonia wildlife: Torres del Paine at dawn, on the trail of the world's biggest pumas. On a snow-covered path we climb to the base of the towers and its emerald lagoon. This is an intense journey, designed to show and learn about Patagonia in the fall. At Cerro Sofia for condor sighting, riding in the vastness of the steppe and for hilly paths. Bucolic landscapes: the calves that play and roll on the lawns next to the crystalline streams and imperious mountains with a fairy tale profile, blue icebergs, next to dense green forests.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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)