Punta Arenas Connects with Patagonia

Puerto Natales + Torres Del Paine

Puerto Natales is a quaint city that draws thousands of travelers from around the globe to embark on their nature adventures. With varied gastronomic options and a plethora of excursions to choose from, this vibrant city serves as the perfect point from where to start exploring the Torres del Paine Park and its myriad attractions.
The Torres del Paine National Park, renowned worldwide for its unparalleled beauty, spans an expansive 242,242 hectares and was declared Biosphere Reserve by UNESCO in 1978. Within its bounds, visitors can marvel at natural wonders such as its dense forests, vast pampas plains, crystalline lakes, serene lagoons, imposing glaciers, and, of course, the majestic Paine with its iconic granite peaks, the distinctive Torres del Paine.

Tierra Del Fuego

Tierra del Fuego presents a landscape of pristine wilderness where lush forests, sparkling lakes, and meandering rivers intertwine with glaciers and fjords that cascade from the majestic Darwin Mountain Range, and with a diverse fauna that includes guanacos, ostriches, red-headed foxes, and the magnificent King
Penguins, adding to the area's allure.

Puerto Williams + Navarino Island

Recognized as the southernmost city on the globe, Puerto Williams nestles on the northern shore of Navarino Island, bordering the southern expanse of the Beagle Channel, where the last Yagan or Yamana people lived.
From here, adventurers can embark on the Dientes de Navarino Circuit, a trekking route that encircles towering mountains exceeding 1,000 meters in height. Along the trail, visitors encounter a landscape where snow-capped peaks converge with the birth of rivers, accompanied by birds and terrestrial wildlife.

Cape Horn

Cape Horn, the ultimate extremity of the American continent, captivates with its relentless winds, its purity and starkness, as well as it unique vegetation and wildlife. It also bears witness to mythical tales and notorious shipwrecks.


An increasing number of people have the privilege to venture to the Antarctic continent, beholding its unique beauty that starkly contrasts with the harsh weather conditions of the region. The icy landscapes and glaciers, where majestic creatures such as whales, elephant seals, fur seals, and king penguins coexist, leave visitors
mesmerized at the experience.

Calafate + Perito Moreno Glacier

Situated in the heart of Argentine Patagonia, El Calafate beckons with its vibrant gastronomic scene, lodging options, and an array of excursions. Known as the "Land of Glaciers”, the iconic Perito Moreno Glacier stands out for its vast expanse and accessibility, allowing tourists to admire it from just a few meters away.


Nestled on the shores of the Beagle Channel, Ushuaia holds the distinction of being Argentina's southernmost city. Celebrated for its breathtaking beauty, it is a great place for hiking and skiing, and serves as a gateway to Antarctica.