Nao Victoria Museum
An exact replica of the Nao Victoria recreates the moment in which Magellan set out to conquer the world and found the union of the two seas. A museum commemorates and invites visitors to experience this singular ordeal.
Land of Giants
Both colossal and unique, the Torres del Paine rise in Southern Chilean Patagonia in a superb mood over the surrounding landscape.
A mindblowing experience amidst ice blocks, cold caverns and deep cracks. We spent an entire day on the Grey Glacier.
A Getaway by Bike
A result of the tourist boom in the area, Puerto Natales stopped looking at the Torres del Paine jealously and became a destination with an identity of its own.
A Change of Perspective
Immersed in deep silences and unforgettable sceneries, we went on a kayak excursion across the Puerto Natales fjords. An excellent way to make contact with nature.
The Past of the Magellanic Lands
The Municipal Historical Museum houses a significant collection of objects that give evidence of the origins of these southern communities.
At a Gallop in Southern Lands
On horseback, we visited one of the most emblematic cattle ranches in Puerto Natales. Amidst cliffs and little pampas, the scenery led us to the well-known Mylodon Cave.
Breaking the Silence
A voyage amongst eternal ice and drowsy nature. We sailed amidst the Patagonian fjords up to the Balmaceda and Serrano glaciers in the Bernardo O´Higgins National Park.
The Cave Monster
We leaned out into the vestiges of the Patagonian Prehistory: the Mylodon Cave. We learnt about the habits of this herbivorous animal that lived millions of years ago.
Against the Tide and the Winds
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.
Here is a new way of getting to know the advantages of this place: navigating off the harbor shore. An ideal excursion for those who have half a day to spare in the city.