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Family adventure in the Chilean Patagonia
6 days / 5 nights


Punta Arenas

We recommend you take the early flight from Santiago to Punta Arenas, flying over the Andes and observing incredible views of the Patagonian Ice Fields. Upon your arrival at Punta Arenas, the most southern city on the continent, a private transfer will be waiting to take you to your hotel in the city. Afterwards, we will have a city tour


Punta Arenas - Puerto Natales

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Early in the morning, we will be transferred to the local outfitter office for a check in. Then, transfer to a duck where for a navigation through the Magellan Strait to Isla Magdalena. This Natural Monument protects more than 120.000 penguins, and also a small colony of sea lions. At midday, we’ll return to hotel to pick up your luggage before driving towards Puerto Natales (3-hour transfer).


Puerto Natales - Torres del Paine

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Early in the morning, we start our day with a transfer to Sarmiento Lake entrance. We will follow a softly inclined track in the hunting area of the puma, with a view of the Sarmiento Lake. After walking for 1 hour, we will see rock paintings of about 6000-years-old. Hunter groups (the first inhabitants of Patagonia) frequented this place. Afterwards, we will continue to Blanquillos Lagoon, nesting place of different birds. After 3 hours spent hiking, we will reach the entrance of Amarga Lagoon. There, our vehicle will be waiting to drive towards the Paine Waterfall, where we will be able to see the water color variation due to sediment and minerals.


Torres del Paine


Today, we start our hike to the Pingo Valley for a walk towards Los Salmones waterfall. After admiring the stunning view, we’ll return back along the same trail, with a chance to find the elusive Huemul (Andean Deer). After our lunch alongside the Pingo River, our adventure continues with a navigation towards Grey Glacier by boat. In order to get to the boat, we will walk through a mature beech forest, where we might observe woodpeckers. We will navigate about one hour through icebergs of different tones of blue, up to Grey Glacier where we will stay in front of the glacier in the hope of seeing icebergs calve. Our return journey offers views of Paine Grande with its impressive ice mushrooms.

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Torres del Paine - Puerto Natales

In the morning our transfer will take us to Salto Grande waterfall, where starts our hike towards Cuernos lookout point. We’ll have great views of Paine Grande and Nordensjköld Lake. Our next destination is Laguna Azul, an enchanting lake bordering the park. It is home to ducks, swans, coots, woodpeckers that also grants us with an incredible view of the Torres Towers. Afterwards, we’ll start our journey back to Puerto Natales (2-hour transfer).


Puerto Natales - Airport

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After breakfast, we will take a private transfer (3-hour) to Punta Arenas Airport (PUQ) to board your flight on time. End of our services.

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