National Park located in the region of Magallanes and Chilean Antarctic, paradise of 227,298 hectares and exceptional geography of imposing massifs, virgin forest and turquoise lakes with a strong gust of wind and sky painted indigo. You can witness a unique wildlife watching foxes, huemules, guanacos and pumas, without missing the great sunrise.
DAY 01 – SANTIAGO – PUNTA ARENAS
Check in between 13:00 hrs and 17:00 hrs. On Costanera del estrecho av. (Arturo Prat dock), Punta Arenas. Shipment at 18:00 hrs. Welcome toast and presentation of the Captain and crew. Later the ship sails to the south end, trough the mythical Estrecho de Magallanes and Canal de Beagle. Overnight in Puerto Natales.
DAY 02 – TORRES DEL PAINE NATIONAL PARK
Breakfast in the hotel. Excursion to Torres del Paine, visiting the Cave of the Milodon, where they discovered well-preserved remains of this prehistoric herbivore that existed 12,000 years ago. From here, journey will continue into Torres del Paine National Park, where we will visit Nordenskjold Lake, Pehoe Lake, and Salto Grande. Lunch. Trekking through a forest of lenga trees towards a viewpoint of Grey Glacier, with its impressive ice floes. Afterwards, visit to Amarga Lagoon and return to Puerto Natales. Overnight.
DAY 03 – BALMACEDA AND SERRANO GLACIERS
Breakfast in the hotel. Transfer to pier to begin boat tour through Last Hope Fjord en route to Balmaceda and Serrano Glaciers. During the traverse, we will observe seal and cormorant colonies. Upon arrival at Serrano Glacier, we will dock at Toro Port and walk over half a mile through native forests. Patagonia-style lunch and cruise back to Puerto Natales. Overnight.
DAY 04 – PUERTO NATALES – PUNTA ARENAS
Breakfast in hotel. Transfer by bus line to Punta Arenas airport for flight back to Santiago. End of our services.