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Excursion to Torres del Paine National Park from Puerto Natales

Excursion to Torres del Paine National Park from Puerto Natales - Puerto Natales, Chile

Duration: 10 hours
Location: Puerto Natales, Chile

From USD
$99.00

Are you ready to enjoy one of the highlights of South America? This is a full-day excursion involving moderate physical intensity, to visit the major attractions of the Última Esperanza province. These include the Mylodon Cave and Torres del Paine National Park.



Welcome to one of the major highlights in South America ... More info ›

Are you ready to enjoy one of the highlights of South America? This is a full-day excursion involving moderate physical intensity, to visit the major attractions of the Última Esperanza province. These include the Mylodon Cave and Torres del Paine National Park.



Welcome to one of the major highlights in South America. Torres del Paine National Park. 

The first stop is the Mylodon Cave, a remarkable cavern 200 meters long, 30 meters high, and 80 meters wide, located 25 km from Puerto Natales. A half-hour walk takes us into the cave, which was made famous by the discovery of seemingly fresh skin and bones of a prehistoric gigant sloth known as amylodon. In the same cave the remains of other extinct animals were found, including the dawn horse (Eohippus), a prehistoric cave bear, the Patagonian panther, and the saber-toothed tiger.

We will make a stop in Cerro Castillo at a café and then continue to Torres del Paine, as we pass several estancias (ranches) and go from a steppe eco-region towards deciduous forest. Along the way we may be able to see some of the local fauna, including many species of birds. We may also see guanacos, wich are wild camelid related to the llama.

Torres del Paine is world-famous for its granite towers, which give the park its name. These gigantic spires were carved by glacial ice. After entering the park we will come upon a series of lakes with intense colors, mountains covered in ice, and local fauna. After lunch we continue to Lago Grey, where we will hike to a beach to observe the glacier of the same name. The return of Puerto Natales may be via same route, or on the alternate road that takes us past the picturesque lakes called Toro, Porteño, and Sofía


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Excursion to Torres del Paine National Park, Milodon Cave and Lunch

Excursion to Torres del Paine National Park, Milodon Cave and Lunch - Puerto Natales, Chile

Duration: 10 hours
Location: Puerto Natales, Chile

From USD
$150.00

Are you ready to enjoy one of the highlights of South America? This is a full-day excursion involving moderate physical intensity, to visit the major attractions of the Última Esperanza province. These include the Mylodon Cave and Torres del Paine National Park ... More info ›

Are you ready to enjoy one of the highlights of South America? This is a full-day excursion involving moderate physical intensity, to visit the major attractions of the Última Esperanza province. These include the Mylodon Cave and Torres del Paine National Park. Lunch is included in local hosteria, with a non alcoholic drink included. 



Welcome to one of the major highlights in South America. Torres del Paine National Park. 

The first stop is the Mylodon Cave, a remarkable cavern 200 meters long, 30 meters high, and 80 meters wide, located 25 km from Puerto Natales. A half-hour walk takes us into the cave, which was made famous by the discovery of seemingly fresh skin and bones of a prehistoric gigant sloth known as amylodon. In the same cave the remains of other extinct animals were found, including the dawn horse (Eohippus), a prehistoric cave bear, the Patagonian panther, and the saber-toothed tiger.

We will make a stop in Cerro Castillo at a café and then continue to Torres del Paine, as we pass several estancias (ranches) and go from a steppe eco-region towards deciduous forest. Along the way we may be able to see some of the local fauna, including many species of birds. We may also see guanacos, wich are wild camelid related to the llama.

Torres del Paine is world-famous for its granite towers, which give the park its name. These gigantic spires were carved by glacial ice. After entering the park we will come upon a series of lakes with intense colors, mountains covered in ice, and local fauna. After lunch we continue to Lago Grey, where we will hike to a beach to observe the glacier of the same name. The return of Puerto Natales may be via same route, or on the alternate road that takes us past the picturesque lakes called Toro, Porteño, and Sofía

Lunch is included in local hosteria, with a non alcoholic drink included. 


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Osorno Volcano

Osorno Volcano - Puerto Varas, Chile

Duration: 5 hours
Location: Puerto Varas, Chile

From USD
$33.90

Climb the touristic focal point of Los Lagos Region

Experience the adventure of climbing up one of Southern Chile’s most iconic attractions: the Osorno Volcano, considered by experts to be the perfect volcano in terms of shape and color.

Enjoy the climbing experience of the Osorno Volcano, with its perfectly snow-capped craters. In order to get to this milestone, we have to travel along the south bank of the Llanquihue Lake for 50 minutes on one of the most scenic roads in the country, winding between green fields and the lakeside landscape.

Approaching the base of the volcano, we find the village of Ensenada, which is where we enter the Vicente Pérez Rosales National Park ... More info ›

Climb the touristic focal point of Los Lagos Region

Experience the adventure of climbing up one of Southern Chile’s most iconic attractions: the Osorno Volcano, considered by experts to be the perfect volcano in terms of shape and color.

Enjoy the climbing experience of the Osorno Volcano, with its perfectly snow-capped craters. In order to get to this milestone, we have to travel along the south bank of the Llanquihue Lake for 50 minutes on one of the most scenic roads in the country, winding between green fields and the lakeside landscape.

Approaching the base of the volcano, we find the village of Ensenada, which is where we enter the Vicente Pérez Rosales National Park. On the way up, we will enjoy a panoramic view of the Petrohué Lake, and also see one of the volcano’s inactive craters. Another great experience will be the viewpoints where you can enjoy panoramic views of the Llanquihue Lake and the neighboring volcanoes. At the end of the tour, we will go to a café in a ski resort, where you will have the option to take a chairlift (price not included) to enjoy an unbeatable view of the landscape.  

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Osorno Volcano & Petrohue Waterfalls from Puerto Varas

Osorno Volcano & Petrohue Waterfalls from Puerto Varas - Puerto Varas, Chile

Duration: 8 hours
Location: Puerto Varas, Chile

From USD
$63.00

The Lake District possesses many mind-blowing sights, and one is the Osorno Volcano painted in the back of the Llanquihue Lake, with occasional clouds towering it; a true postcard image.

See a lake of glacial origin and an active volcano with its cone shaped perfectly.

Enjoy the beautifil views of Petrohue River Falls.

Climb one of the most famous volcanoes in Chile.

Depart from Puerto Varas along the south bank of the Llanquihue Lake, straight towards the Osorno Volcano through Ensenada, entering the Vicente Pérez Rosales National Park.

Reach Ensenada after about 50 minutes by car, the easternmost port on the lake. Face the imposing Osorno Volcano, a symbol of the local landscape ... More info ›

The Lake District possesses many mind-blowing sights, and one is the Osorno Volcano painted in the back of the Llanquihue Lake, with occasional clouds towering it; a true postcard image.

See a lake of glacial origin and an active volcano with its cone shaped perfectly.

Enjoy the beautifil views of Petrohue River Falls.

Climb one of the most famous volcanoes in Chile.

Depart from Puerto Varas along the south bank of the Llanquihue Lake, straight towards the Osorno Volcano through Ensenada, entering the Vicente Pérez Rosales National Park.

Reach Ensenada after about 50 minutes by car, the easternmost port on the lake. Face the imposing Osorno Volcano, a symbol of the local landscape. Walk through a forest of coigües and other native tree species, making a stop at 1,000 meters of altitude to observe La Burbuja Crater, admiring the view of the Petrohué River valley and the Calbuco Volcano in the magnificent Andes.

The expedition continues to the ski center and its cafeteria located at 1,200 meters above sea level; and where you can access the ski lifts (not included) that will allow you to better observe the landscape. On your way, see how the lava formations from earlier volcanic eruptions were formed. Stop and enjoy a panoramic view from the top of the Osorno Volcano.

Return to your hotel.

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Osorno Volcano Tour

Osorno Volcano Tour - Puerto Varas, Chile

Duration: 4 hours 30 minutes
Location: Puerto Varas, Chile

From USD
$34.00

The Lake District possesses many mind-blowing sights, and one is the Osorno Volcano painted in the back of the Llanquihue Lake, with occasional clouds towering it; a true postcard image.
Live the adventure of climbing to one of the most famous volcanoes in Chile, the Osorno Volcano.
Enjoy a panoramic view of Llanquihue Lake and the surrounding volcanoes.
Trip along the southern shore of Lake Llanquihue

Depart from Puerto Varas along the south bank of the Llanquihue Lake, straight towards the Osorno Volcano through Ensenada, entering the Vicente Pérez Rosales National Park.
Reach Ensenada after about 50 minutes by car, the easternmost port on the lake. Face the imposing Osorno Volcano, a symbol of the local landscape ... More info ›

The Lake District possesses many mind-blowing sights, and one is the Osorno Volcano painted in the back of the Llanquihue Lake, with occasional clouds towering it; a true postcard image.
Live the adventure of climbing to one of the most famous volcanoes in Chile, the Osorno Volcano.
Enjoy a panoramic view of Llanquihue Lake and the surrounding volcanoes.
Trip along the southern shore of Lake Llanquihue

Depart from Puerto Varas along the south bank of the Llanquihue Lake, straight towards the Osorno Volcano through Ensenada, entering the Vicente Pérez Rosales National Park.
Reach Ensenada after about 50 minutes by car, the easternmost port on the lake. Face the imposing Osorno Volcano, a symbol of the local landscape. Walk through a forest of coigües and other native tree species, making a stop at 1,000 meters of altitude to observe La Burbuja Crater, admiring the view of the Petrohué River valley and the Calbuco Volcano in the magnificent Andes.

The expedition continues to the ski center and its cafeteria located at 1,200 meters above sea level; and where you can access the ski lifts (not included) that will allow you to better observe the landscape. On your way, see how the lava formations from earlier volcanic eruptions were formed. Stop and enjoy a panoramic view from the top of the Osorno Volcano.

Return to your hotel.

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Frutillar Tour: Southern Traditions

Frutillar Tour: Southern Traditions - Puerto Varas, Chile

Duration: 5 hours
Location: Puerto Varas, Chile

From USD
$41.00

Land of natives and German immigrants who arrived to colonize Chile. Gorgeous but once dangerous territory, now is home to cattle farms and a story that their descendants are proud to be part of.
Feel the pleasant atmosphere that is lived in Frutillar.
See its colorful gardens, tea room and the modern "Teatro del Lago".
Enjoy the  intensity of its contrasts, the purity of the air and water.

Depart from Puerto Varas and head to Frutillar following the shores of the Llanquihue Lake, passing by the village of Llanquihue - well known for its sausage and cured meat production ... More info ›

Land of natives and German immigrants who arrived to colonize Chile. Gorgeous but once dangerous territory, now is home to cattle farms and a story that their descendants are proud to be part of.
Feel the pleasant atmosphere that is lived in Frutillar.
See its colorful gardens, tea room and the modern "Teatro del Lago".
Enjoy the  intensity of its contrasts, the purity of the air and water.

Depart from Puerto Varas and head to Frutillar following the shores of the Llanquihue Lake, passing by the village of Llanquihue - well known for its sausage and cured meat production. Here the lake becomes the source of the Maullín River.  

You continue on your journey across the Settler’s route until reaching Frutillar. This city was founded in 1856 as a shipping port for the settlers living next to the Llanquihue Lake.  Here you will enjoy a superb view of the Osorno Volcano and the highly influenced German architecture of its houses.

Next, visit the tribute to the German Settlers and the Museo Colonial Alemán (German Colonization Museum) that provides an excellent insight into the life of the German Settlers. Then you will return to your hotel in Puerto Varas.

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