Puerto Natales is a charming port town nestled at the opening of the Last Hope Fjord in southern Chile. With its incredible views of the surrounding natural beauty, it is considered as a gateway to explore the famous Torres del Paine National Park. Its history is relatively young, having first been sighted in 1894 by German pioneers, but not officially founded until 1911. Despite its relatively short history, Puerto Natales has played an important role as a starting point for expeditions navigating the intricate network of channels and inlets in the region. This historical significance is complemented by its cultural diversity, as the town has become a melting pot of various European and indigenous cultures. Today, you'll embark on a two-wheeled adventure through Puerto Natales.
After getting some instructions from your guide and checking out your equipment, you'll start your excursion from Plaza de Armas. You'll bike around the city and visit its monuments, waterfront, viewpoints, and historic buildings like the Ether Aike artisan town and the Plaza de Armas Arturo Prat. You'll also see the Square of the Four Towns, Braun Blanchard Dock, the mural of native peoples, and more. Your bike tour will end at Last Hope Distillery. Enjoy a delicious cocktail at the boutique bar & distillery run by two passionate hikers with an amazing story. Immerse yourself in the local flavors as you savor their handcrafted gins. Whether you're a gin enthusiast or simply seeking a unique taste, ‘Last Hope’ is the perfect place to unwind after an active day in Patagonia.
This tour is available from October to April and does not operate on December 25th and January 1st. Your guide will leave you at the bar and you will make your own way back to your hotel.
Your guide will meet you at Plaza de Armas in Puerto Natales. At the end of your tour you will be dropped off at Last Hope Bar & Distillery. You will return to your hotel without a guide.