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REGION: Central Chile – Northern to Southern Patagonia with Austral Highway areas till Caleta Tortel.
ACTIVITY LEVEL: 1 (Easy) to 3 (Moderate).
SUMMARY: Customized 17-days Program Central Valley: Santiago, Maipo Wine Valley. North Patagonia (Lake District): Puerto Varas, Osorno Volcano, Chiloé Penguin Colony. South Patagonia (Aysen District) Pumalin Douglas Tompkins National Park, Quelat National Park, Cerro Castillo National Park hiking, General Carrera Lake, San Rafael National Park , Exploradores Glacier Ice hiking, Patagonia National Park, Montt Glacier at Bernardo O’Higgins National Park.
REGION: Southern Patagonia.
ACTIVITY LEVEL: 3 (Moderate) to 5 (Hard).
SUMMARY: Customized 15-days Program at South Patagonia (Magellan & Antarctica District) Punta Arenas to Puerto Natales; Torres del Paine W Circuit, Ice Hiking, Kayak around Grey Glaciers, Hiking at the End of the World Dientes de Navarino part of the Route of Parks of Patagonia in Tierra del Fuego.
DURATION: 15 days (or as customized).
Min. / Max. PEOPLE: 4 – 8; more by prior arrangement. Minimum age 12 or above.
SEASON: Seasonal from December to March.
ACCOMODATIONS: 3 – 4 star (Can be arranged in cities).
Cabins or Refuge on W circuit Torres del Paine.
Campsite on Dientes de Navarino circuit.
There is no doubt that Caleta Tortel is a special place that serves as the port of entry to the Northern Patagonian Ice Field and the Southern Patagonian Ice Field, two large masses of ice that form the third largest expanse of ice on the planet after the Antarctica and Greenland, and to which belong well-known glaciers such as Perito Moreno, Exploradores, Calluqueo, Gray, San Rafael, O'Higgins, and of course the aforementioned Jorge Montt and Steffen.
The Route of Patagonian Parks is a new travel destination that will conquer the hearts of world travellers with its pristine landscapes, fauna, glaciers and grass lands. It offers an opportunity for development and of pride for the communities of southern Chile, their landscapes, culture and history.
In the often overlooked northern extremes of Patagonia lies Aysén, Chile’s least-populated region, where only 1.2 humans per square mile dwell. While there isn't an abundance of people around, what the area does have in excess is ice. Bold, blue ice – glaciers the likes of which you’ll find in few other parts of our warming planet.
REGION: South Patagonia ACTIVITY LEVEL: 5 (High) SUMMARY: This strenuous trek takes you up a steep ascent to Refugio El Chileno; then along the trail to the base of the moraine and to the lookout of the base of Torres Del Paine. Stunning views!
DURATION: 10 hrs.
REGION: North Patagonia
ACTIVITY LEVEL: 1 (Easy)
SUMMARY: Experience local life by visiting several markets; take time for coffee and conversation with the locals. Enjoy a delicious meal and maybe a boat ride to Tenglo Island, and stop by the crafts market.
DURATION: 5-6 hrs. For Independent Travelers or Cruise Passengers.
REGION: South Patagonia
ACTIVITY LEVEL: 1 (Easy) to 5 (High)** as shown per day
SUMMARY: 6 day, roundtrip Punta Arenas. Begin with 1-day trek of Mirador Base Torres, before embarking on multi day trek to the base of Los Cuernos, French Valley, Campamento Británico, and Grey Glacier.
DURATION: 6 days (or as customized)