An exact replica of Magellan's expedition ship perfectly recreates the time in which Nao Victoria set sail to conquer the world and found the union of the two oceans. Today, a museum commemorates that ordeal.
Torres del Paine are a colossal landmark in southern Chile and the most appealing for mountain trekkers.
A tour including a lake ride, trekking and climbing on the glacier unfolds amid huge ice floes, deep caverns and blueish cracks.
The landscape surrounding Torres del Paine National Park is the perfect setting for biking in the great outdoors.
The sea coast is the perfect setting for kayaking, where silence and deserted landscapes connect us with nature.
Its rooms give testimony of the origins of the native culture and provide more modern facts that show the initial economy of southern Chile.
Horseback rides amid pampas and cliffs lead to emblematic spots inside one of the most ancient cattle raising venues in the region.
Being face to face with a glacier, that gigantic natural creation with its whimsical shapes and ever changing hues, makes us feel absolutely minute.
While visiting the caves and overhangs of Mount Benitez, we can become aware of the thorough research done by scientists to finally assert the existence of mylodons in pre-historic times.
Insular Patagonia emerges like a fantastic unexplored land. On a ferryboat, we sailed along the southern channels and fjords and passed off the mute witnesses to the last glaciation.
When the weather is fine, a voyage off the shores of Puerto Natales contributes a different perspective of this generous tourist destination.