Punta Arenas Connects with Patagonia

Puerto Natales + Torres Del Paine

Puerto Natales is a small city that gathers thousands of travelers from all over the world to begin their adventure to nature. Full of gastronomic and excursion alternatives, it is the ideal place from which to visit Torres del Paine National Park and many other attractions.  

Torres del Paine National Park, recognized worldwide for its extraordinary beauty, was declared a Biosphere Reserve by UNESCO and has an extension of 242,242 hectares. Here you will visit natural monuments such as its thick forests, giant pampas esplanades, lakes, lagoons, glaciers and, of course, the great Paine Massif and its granite giants, the famous Torres del Paine.

Tierra Del Fuego

Tierra del Fuego offers an environment of pristine lands where the pure nature of forests, lakes and rivers is combined with the glaciers and fjords that emerge from the Darwin Mountain Range and its fauna where guanacos, ostriches, red-headed foxes and the splendorous King Penguins stand out.

Puerto Williams + Navarino Island

Known as the southernmost city in the world, Puerto Williams is located on the northern coast of Navarino Island and on the southern coast of the Beagle Channel, where one of the last representatives of the original Yagan or Yamana people lived. 

From here you can access the Dientes de Navarino Circuit, a trekking route that surrounds great mountains over 1,000 meters high and where the snow merges with the birth of rivers, birds and terrestrial fauna.

Cape Horn

Cape Horn, the last point of the American continent. The visit is awe-inspiring: its winds, its purity, its vegetation and fauna, its desolation. It has also been a mythical place of great stories and well-known shipwrecks.


More and more people have the opportunity to visit the Antarctic continent and marvel at its particular beauty, which contrasts with the extreme weather conditions of the place. Its landscapes of ice and glaciers dazzle, where its inhabitants such as whales, elephant seals, seals and king penguins rest and coexist. 

Calafate + Perito Moreno Glacier

El Calafate, a city in the Argentine Patagonia, offers a robust gastronomic offer, lodging and excursions. Known as the "Land of Glaciers", the Perito Moreno Glacier stands out among them for its large size and for its facilities to visit it just meters away.


Argentina's southernmost city, located on the shores of the Beagle Channel, is famous for its natural beauty, hiking, skiing and gateway to Antarctica.