Receive a pickup from the Puerto Chacabuco port. The timing will be matched to your ship’s arrival. You’ll continue from there to Puerto Aysén City to begin your sightseeing excursion.
Make your first stop of the day at Presidente Ibañez Bridge, famous for being the longest suspension bridge in Chile, and then continue to the handicraft markets that line the banks of the Aysén River. Proceed from there to the “dead-water port,” a unique fishing dock that is only accessible to the ocean during high tide. You’ll also get to the check out the historic Los Palos Bridge before transferring back to Puerto Chacabuco and getting dropped off back at your ship.
Please note: guests should be prepared for unexpected changes in the weather, including rain gear, comfortable shoes, sunglasses and sunscreen.