Nestled at the opening of the Last Hope Fjord in southern Chile, Puerto Natales is a picturesque port town with breathtaking views. A gateway to the renowned Torres del Paine National Park, it has a young history dating back to 1894 when it was first sighted by German pioneers, officially founded in 1911. Despite its brief history, Puerto Natales has played a significant role as a starting point for exploring the maze of channels, inlets, and fjords in the region. Its cultural richness is a result of the fusion of various European and indigenous cultures, including the Kaweskar and Tehuelche, making it a truly unique destination. Upon meeting with your guide near the Plaza de Armas, you will stroll through Puerto Natales visiting the most iconic places while admiring the coast of the Señoret channel and the surrounding mountains, as well as spotting local birds. You will pay a special visit to La Casa del Autoctonito, a store that sells handcrafted art pieces with a fascinating story behind them. You will also enjoy a delicious hot chocolate or homemade ice cream during your walking tour.
This tour operates from January to March and from October to December.
Your guide will meet you at Plaza de Armas in Puerto Natales.