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4-Day Chilean Patagonia Tour: Puerto Natales, Serrano Glacier and Torres del Paine National Park

4-Day Chilean Patagonia Tour: Puerto Natales, Serrano Glacier and Torres del Paine National Park - Punta Arenas, Chile
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Duration: 4 days
Location: Punta Arenas, Chile

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$928.00

Explore the lakes, glaciers and snow-covered mountains of Chilean Patagonia on a four-day excursion based in Puerto Natales. Take a day cruise among the glaciers and ice floes of Ultima Esperanza Fjord, visit a traditional cattle ranch and take a drive through Patagonia’s scenic steppe country in Torres del Paine National Park with your expert guide ... More info ›

Explore the lakes, glaciers and snow-covered mountains of Chilean Patagonia on a four-day excursion based in Puerto Natales. Take a day cruise among the glaciers and ice floes of Ultima Esperanza Fjord, visit a traditional cattle ranch and take a drive through Patagonia’s scenic steppe country in Torres del Paine National Park with your expert guide. Choose from three four-star hotels for all three nights’ accommodation.

From glaciers to alp-fringed Lake Pehoe and the craggy Torres del Paine mountains, experience the vast wild country of Chilean Patagonia on this four-day excursion. With airport bus transfers included, you have a choice of three four-star hotels; breakfast is included, as are a few other meals.

Itinerary:

Day 1: Punta Arenas -- Puerto Natales

After being met at Punta Arenas airport, catch the bus to Puerto Natales bus station, from where you’ll be transferred to your evening’s accommodation at your selected hotel. The rest of the day and night are yours to explore on your own.

Accommodation: Saltos del Paine Hotel (four-star, choice of twin or single room), Costraustralis Hotel (four-star, with ocean view and choice of twin or single room) or Indigo Hotel (four-star, choice of twin with ocean view or single room) in Puerto Natales

Day 2: Puerto Natales -- Balmaceda and Serrano -- Puerto Natales (B, L)

After breakfast at your hotel, a full-day trip starts with an early morning cruise from Puerto Natales to Ultima Esperanza Fjord. The three-hour cruise takes you through stunning Patagonian scenery to the 1,000-year-old Balmaceda glacier, home to cormorants and sea lions. At the head of the fjord, disembark to take a short 20-minute walk through forest to the foot of the Serrano Glacier, surrounded by snow-capped peaks and walls of ice. Stop for lunch at Estancia Perales, a traditional cattle ranch, on the return trip to Puerto Natales, where the rest of the afternoon and evening are yours to explore on your own.

Accommodation: your same hotel

Day 3: Puerto Natales – Torres del Paine -- Puerto Natales (B, L)

An early start after breakfast takes you on a full-day excursion to Torres del Paine National Park, a UNESCO World Heritage biosphere. Traveling through Patagonia’s rugged steppe country, an important habitat for many endangered species. See herds of sheep and native guanacos (animals that look like a cross between a llama and a camel) and notice the rugged snow-capped Torres del Paine mountains towering in the background. Visit Salto Grande waterfall on the Pehoe River and Patagonia’s lovely lakes Pehoe and Grey, overlooked by the snowy white peaks of Grey Glacier. The excursion returns to Puerto Natales in the evening.

Accommodation: your same hotel

Day 4: Puerto Natales – Punta Arenas (B)

After breakfast, a transfer takes you to Puerto Natales bus station to catch an onward bus to Punta Arenas airport. (Earliest bus is at 7:15am with an approximate travel time of 3 hours to Punta Arenas. Please plan flights accordingly).

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Private Shore Excursion From Punta Arenas: Full-Day City Tour

Private Shore Excursion From Punta Arenas: Full-Day City Tour - Punta Arenas, Chile

Duration: 6 hours
Location: Punta Arenas, Chile

From USD
$1050.00

COME DISCOVER THE HISTORY AND CULTURE OF THIS CITY ON THE STRAIT OF MAGELLAN WITH A PRIVATE DRIVER AND GUIDE. VISIT A REPLICA OF THE FIRST SHIP TO CIRCUMNAVIGATE THE WORLD AND TAKE A CHAIRLIFT TO A MOUNTAINTOP AND SEE TIERRA DEL FUEGO IN THE DISTANCE

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Stop At: Costanera de Punta Arenas, Av ... More info ›

COME DISCOVER THE HISTORY AND CULTURE OF THIS CITY ON THE STRAIT OF MAGELLAN WITH A PRIVATE DRIVER AND GUIDE. VISIT A REPLICA OF THE FIRST SHIP TO CIRCUMNAVIGATE THE WORLD AND TAKE A CHAIRLIFT TO A MOUNTAINTOP AND SEE TIERRA DEL FUEGO IN THE DISTANCE

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Stop At: Costanera de Punta Arenas, Av. Costanera del Estrecho de Magallanes, Punta Arenas Chile

Explore Punta Arenas with a private vehicle, driver and English-speaking guide at your service. This exclusive tour is designed to allow you the chance discover the most interesting sights in the comfort and privacy of your own vehicle and at your own pace.

Patagonian Institute’s Museum of Memory (Closed on Sunday)

We begin the tour with a visit to the Patagonian Institute’s Museo del Recuerdo (Museum of Memory), where pioneer days are made real again. On display are a collection of antique farm and industrial machinery, a typical pioneer house and shearing shed, and a wooden-wheeled shepherds’ trailer.

Lookout at Cerro de la Cruz Hill

After visiting the museum, we will drive by the Monument to the Croatian Immigrants and the Monument to the Sheep Farmers on our way to Cerro de la Cruz Hill, where you will enjoy panoramic views of the city and Strait of Magellan.

Municipal Cemetery

Afterwards, we will continue into the historic city center and visit the Municipal Cemetery. The cemetery tells the story of the early settlers to the area. The beautiful mausoleums of the wealthy rival those of the Recoleta in Buenos Aires. Here you will find the tomb of the Indio Desconocido or “Unknown Indian.” His body was found on an island in 1929 and brought here. Rumors began that he had miraculous powers so people started leaving money at the grave asking for special favors. The money was collected and eventually a bronze statue was placed on his grave. The last member of the Selk’nam indigenous tribe was buried here.

Magellan Regional Museum (Closed on Tuesday)

We will then stop at the Magellan Regional Museum in an opulent mansion that testifies to the wealth and power of pioneer sheep farmers in the late 19th century. The well-maintained interior houses a regional historical museum and original exquisite French-nouveau family furnishings, from intricate wooden inlaid floors to Chinese vases. In the former servants’ quarters, a downstairs cafe is perfect for a pisco sour while soaking up the grandeur.

Plaza de Armas

Next stop, the city’s Plaza de Armas, where you will see a statue of Ferdinand Magellan gazing out to the sea, which features a number of figures at its base, including a mermaid and an indigenous male whose leg and foot dangle down the base. His foot has been touched so often that the bronze is burnished a shining gold. Legend has it that touching his foot is good luck and means you will return someday to Punta Arenas.

Waterfront

After strolling around the plaza, which also contains various handicraft stands for souvenir shopping, we will head to the Costanera, a boardwalk along the Strait of Magellan, where you will find many restaurants for lunch and to try the local specialty, King Crab.

Magellan National Reserve (Closed on Monday)

Then, we will journey up into the hills of the Magellan National Reserve to the Club Andino Ski Center for more spectacular views of Punta Arenas and the Strait of Magellan. Here, you will have the option of taking a chairlift to the top of the mountain for even better views of the region, including Tierra del Fuego across the Strait of Magellan.

Nao Victoria Museum

Our last stop before heading back to the cruise terminal is the Nao Victoria Museum, which offers visitors the experience of interacting with replicas of the ships that contributed with the discovery and colonization of the region, including the Victoria commanded by the Portuguese explorer Ferdinand Magellan, which was the first ship to circumnavigate the world between 1519-1522.

Duration: 6 hours

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Private Shore Excursion From Punta Arenas: City Tour & Fort Bulnes

Private Shore Excursion From Punta Arenas: City Tour & Fort Bulnes - Punta Arenas, Chile

Duration: 6 hours
Location: Punta Arenas, Chile

From USD
$1150.00

COME DISCOVER CHILE’S FIRST PERMANENT SETTLEMENT IN PATAGONIA ON THE STRAIT OF MAGELLAN AND LEARN ABOUT THE CITY’S HISTORY AND CULTURE. VISIT COLONIAL FORT BULNES FORT IN THE STRAIT OF MAGELLAN PARK

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Stop At: Costanera de Punta Arenas, Av ... More info ›

COME DISCOVER CHILE’S FIRST PERMANENT SETTLEMENT IN PATAGONIA ON THE STRAIT OF MAGELLAN AND LEARN ABOUT THE CITY’S HISTORY AND CULTURE. VISIT COLONIAL FORT BULNES FORT IN THE STRAIT OF MAGELLAN PARK

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This is a typical itinerary for this product

Stop At: Costanera de Punta Arenas, Av. Costanera del Estrecho de Magallanes, Punta Arenas Chile

Explore Punta Arenas at your own pace with a private vehicle, driver and English-speaking guide at your service. This exclusive tour is designed to allow you the chance discover the most interesting sights in the comfort and privacy of your own vehicle and at your own pace.

Fort Bulnes in Strait of Magellan Park

We will start the day with a one-hour drive south of Punta Arenas to arrive at Fort Bulnes, which lies within the Strait of Magellan Park and offers fascinating insights into both the motivations of the region’s predominantly Eastern European settlers and the struggles of the remarkably resilient indigenous inhabitants. Founded in 1843 under the command of President Manuel Bulnes, the fort was abandoned and burned down six years later, due to the challenging living conditions and the harsh terrain. In 1943, the fort was reconstructed and it was fully restored in 2002. As you explore the grounds, learn about the original construction of the buildings, manufactured from logs, dirt and bricks made of grass. See the small church and chaplain’s quarters, and visit the jail, post office and stables. Discover the barracks and log cabins at this historic military outpost and imagine living within its defensive walls as you enjoy fabulous views of the sea!

Punta Arenas Waterfront

After visiting the fort, we will drive back to Punta Arenas and head to the Costanera, a boardwalk along the Strait of Magellan, where you will find many restaurants for lunch and to try the local specialty, King Crab.

Plaza de Armas

Following lunch, we will walk to the city’s Plaza de Armas, where you will see a statue of Portuguese navigator Ferdinand Magellan gazing out to the sea. The monument features a number of figures at its base, including a mermaid and an indigenous male whose leg and foot dangle down the base. His foot has been touched so often that the bronze is burnished a shining gold. Legend has it that touching his foot is good luck and means you will return someday to Punta Arenas.

Municipal Cemetery

After strolling around the plaza and souvenir shopping, we will visit the Municipal Cemetery. The cemetery tells the story of the early settlers to the area. The beautiful mausoleums of the wealthy rival those of the Recoleta in Buenos Aires. Here you will find the tomb of the Indio Desconocido or “Unknown Indian.” His body was found on an island in 1929 and brought here. Rumors began that he had miraculous powers so people started leaving money at the grave asking for special favors. The money was collected and eventually a bronze statue was placed on his grave. The last member of the Selk’nam indigenous tribe was buried here.

Lookout at Cerro de la Cruz Hill

Then, we will go up Cerro de la Cruz Hill, where you will enjoy panoramic views of the city and Strait of Magellan.

Nao Victoria Museum

The tour ends with a visit to the Nao Victoria Museum, which offers visitors the experience of interacting with replicas of the ships that contributed with the discovery and colonization of the region, including the Victoria commanded by the Ferdinand Magellan, which was the first ship to circumnavigate the world between 1519-1522.


Duration: 6 hours

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WHALEWATCHING FRANCISCO COLOANE MARINE PARK & DOME CARLOS III - 3Days

WHALEWATCHING FRANCISCO COLOANE MARINE PARK & DOME CARLOS III - 3Days - Punta Arenas, Chile

Duration: 3 days
Location: Punta Arenas, Chile

From USD
$1800.00

Enjoy The Francisco Coloane Marine Park, Do whalewatching in this remote area of Chile surrounded by beautiful landscape & nature panoramic. You'll know all about the Humpback Whales & all the scientific update in this zone. 

You'll visit the Strait of Magellan, Froward Cape, Carlos III Island, Rupert Islet, Santa Inés Glacier and more 

The tour include transportation from and to your acommodation in Punta Arenas; all meals; scientific talk and the acommodation in our EcoCamp located in Carlos III Island

Day 1: We will pick you up between 8:00 and 8:30 am on your lodging place to go to Punta Carrera ... More info ›

Enjoy The Francisco Coloane Marine Park, Do whalewatching in this remote area of Chile surrounded by beautiful landscape & nature panoramic. You'll know all about the Humpback Whales & all the scientific update in this zone. 

You'll visit the Strait of Magellan, Froward Cape, Carlos III Island, Rupert Islet, Santa Inés Glacier and more 

The tour include transportation from and to your acommodation in Punta Arenas; all meals; scientific talk and the acommodation in our EcoCamp located in Carlos III Island

Day 1: We will pick you up between 8:00 and 8:30 am on your lodging place to go to Punta Carrera. There we board our boat at 09:00 am and head to Carlos III Island. The trip’s duration is about 9 hours of navigation during which we will pass historic places like

Cape Froward, San Isidro Lighthouse and Fort Bulnes. Approaching the destination area, we will make sightings of whales before arriving at the camp located on Carlos III.

Day 2: We will spend the second day exploring the marine park and go to the

whales’ feeding grounds. Furthermore we will see colonies of

penguins, large marine and terrestrial birds like the

condor or the giant Antarctic petrel and sea lions. There will also be a visit of Santa Inés

Glacier.

Day 3: On Rupert Islet right in front of Carlos III Island, there is a big

Magellan penguin colony, which we will visit, before starting the journey

back to Punta Arenas, always looking out for other whale sightings. Arrival in Punta Arenas is scheduled for about 7:30 pm, where we will bring you back to your place of lodging.

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Mountain Bike Adventure in Punta Arenas

Mountain Bike Adventure in Punta Arenas - Punta Arenas, Chile
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Duration: 7 hours
Location: Punta Arenas, Chile

From USD
$187.99

Enjoy a full-day mountain bike adventure in Punta Arenas and have a true Patagonian experience. As you bike, you will be able to see the beautiful Patagonian outdoors and landscapes including protected forests, unique trails, outstanding views and a very special climate ... More info ›

Enjoy a full-day mountain bike adventure in Punta Arenas and have a true Patagonian experience. As you bike, you will be able to see the beautiful Patagonian outdoors and landscapes including protected forests, unique trails, outstanding views and a very special climate. Your tour includes a professional guide, equipment and transportation.

Your tour starts with hotel pickup in Punta Arenas. Meet your guide and drive to the trail where your ride begins which is about 20 minutes away from hotels in Punta Arenas. Once there, you will receive a safety briefing, set your bike and equipment up for maximum comfort and start your adventure.

The trails where the tour takes place are located next to the city. The tour is divided into 3 areas which are: La Araña trail, Reserva Forestal Magallanes and the Ski Center. Each of these will offer different soils, views and abilities. You will start in La Araña trail, an old logging road, crossing through lenga and coigue forests. You and your group will ride up to the highest point where you'll get a spectacular view of the Strait of Magellan, Tierra del Fuego Island and the Otway sound. Then, you'll begin the first 12-minute decent filled with action and adrenaline as you ride between forests, tobogans and magical Patagonian colors.

After crossing a small stream, you will continue towards Reserva Fprestal Magallanes where you can enjoy a full energy snack in a protected native forest. From there, you will start riding towards the ski center, along the north side of Rio de las Minas, the most important river in Punta Arenas. This decent will take approximately 20 minutes and you will make some stops to appreciate the spectacular views of the Magellanic landscape.

The Punta Arenas ski center (Club Andino de Punta Arenas) is one of the first ski centers in Chile. Today, it is giving way to the development of mountain biking. It has several tracks designed to enjoy this adventure. After a short break, you will enjoy riding through the last portion of the tour, using these southern mountain bike trails in the ski center.

After a fun-filled time, you will be taken back to your hotel in Punta Arenas.

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Patagonia Small Group Mountain Bike Tour from Punta Arenas

Patagonia Small Group Mountain Bike Tour from Punta Arenas - Punta Arenas, Chile

Duration: 7 hours
Location: Punta Arenas, Chile

From USD
$186.00

Mountain Bike in Patagonia, Small Groups, Local Guide

This track has it all! It is a challenging adventure across an a fairy-tale landscape of fissures, old forest and moss. The start is less than 20 minutes  drive from downtown Punta Arenas sets in front of the Mallelans strait and sorrounded by the paatgonian mountains ... More info ›

Mountain Bike in Patagonia, Small Groups, Local Guide

This track has it all! It is a challenging adventure across an a fairy-tale landscape of fissures, old forest and moss. The start is less than 20 minutes  drive from downtown Punta Arenas sets in front of the Mallelans strait and sorrounded by the paatgonian mountains. Great scenery, 90% downhill, technical sections, flowing singletrack who ends in Cerro Mirador, our local skiing center, with an amazing view from where Darwin was sailing.

MTB Full day in Punta Arenas

Our MTB full day in Punta Arenas, is certainly a Patagonian experience, where you can enjoy everything that this beautiful area gives us, from protected forests , unique trails, outstanding views and a very special climate will accompany us douring our adventure.

Our trails are located next to the city, one of the advantages of this place is that to start riding toward forests is not farther than 20 minutes from the Port.

After picking you up and drive where our ride begins , we will have a short but important technical talk , we will set up our bikes and equipment for maximum comfort , to enjoy our adventure.

Our tour can be divided into 3 areas, La Araña trail, Reserva forestal Magallanes Area and the ski center, each trails offers different soils, views and abilities.

We start in La Araña trail, an old logging road through lenga and coigue forests, we will ride to the highest point where we have a spectacular view of the Strait of Magellan, Tierra del Fuego Island and the otway sound, this is where we began our first decent, 12 minutes of action and adrenaline between forests, tobogans, magical patagonian colors.

After crossing a small stream we continue towards the reserva forestal Magallanes where we will have our fully energy snack in a protected native forest, here is were we start our way towards the ski center, along the north side of the Rio de las Minas, this It is the most important river of Punta arenas city, this decend will take approximately 20 minutes, where we will make some stopsto apriceiate the spectacular view of the magellanic landscape.

The Punta Arenas skiing center (Club Andino de Punta Arenas) is one of the first ski centers in the country, today continues as conventional installation and is giving way to the development of mountain biking, it has several tracks designed to enjoy this activity in which we have actively participated in the improvement and design.

After a short break we will enjoy the last part of our tour using these southern mountain bike trails .

 

On our return to the hotel we can recommend a good restaurant or tell you where the services are in the city .

 

Tour Duration 6-8 hours depending on the pax skils

from Monday to Sunday

Departure time ( depending on arrival time to PUQ ) 8 or 9 a.m.

 

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