With this 4 Days Chilean Patagonia, you’ll be exploring the glaciers, snow-kissed Mountains, and lakes. You’ll be taking a day cruise among the ice floes of Ultima Esperanza Fjord and the glaciers. Our itinerary has been sp designed to take you through the best of the Chilean Patagonia. You’re going to visit a traditional cattle ranch and drive through the Torres del Paine National Park. These 4 Days are going to be an incredible experience!!
Day 1: Punta Arenas
Day 2: Balmaceda and Serrano
Day 3: Torres del Paine
Day 4: Punta Arenas - Departure
Punta Arenas located in the Chilean Patagonia is the capital of Magallanes Antártica Region. Founded by Englishman J. Byron in the 17th century, he gave it the name of ‘Sandy Point’ - Explore it!
A morning cruise to Ultima Esperanza Fjord to Natales. It is going to take 3 hours to cruise along Balmaceda glacier through stunning Patagonian scenery.
A whole day excursion to the Torres del Paine National Park. This park is a UNESCO World Heritage listed site.
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Ahhh….The first day of this 4 Days Chilean Patagonia and you are going to begin it all from Punta Arenas! At the Punta Arenas airport, you’ll meet your private guide, he will take you through a bus ride to your selected hotel in Punta Arenas. Today, you won’t be doing much, just a little excursion in the afternoon after relaxing.
You can design this first day of your 4 Days Chilean Patagonia on your own. Punta Arenas located in the Chilean Patagonia is the capital of Magallanes Antártica Region. Your guide will give you every piece of information on this Chilean Capital. Founded by Englishman J. Byron in the 17th century, he gave it the name of ‘Sandy Point’.
You’ll get to know here that the Historical and economic growth of Punta Arenas depends on oil extraction, sheep breeding, and on maritime commerce. Today you are going to see many of the extravagant supermarkets, banks, shops, "Zona Franca", and much more. It’s not a very good idea to trust the weather forecast in general, because there can be rain, sun, and wind all at the same time. And, during winters Snow-fall is common.
This is the second day of your 4 Days Chilean Patagonia tours! Today, you’re going to begin the day with heavy and delicious breakfast that will make you ready for the whole day trip. After breakfast, go on a morning cruise to Ultima Esperanza Fjord to Natales. It is going to take 3 hours to cruise along Balmaceda glacier through stunning Patagonian scenery. This 1000 years old Balmaceda glacier has a large number of sea lions and cormorants. After reaching to the head of the fjord, there will be 20 minutes of walk to the foot of the Serrano Glacier from the forest. The Serrano Glacier looks stunningly beautiful all surrounded by walls of ice and snow-capped peaks. You’re definitely on your way to experience the incredible!
For lunch, you’ll be stopping at Estancia Perales! It’s a traditional cattle ranch that you will find on your return trip to Puerto Natales! After lunch, you have all the leisure time to explore the place on your own.
This is the third day of your Chilean Patagonia and you’ll have to start it off a little earlier! After breakfast venture out for a whole day excursion to the Torres del Paine National Park. This park is a UNESCO World Heritage listed site. Travelers from around the globe come to this place every year to revel at its beauty! This Patagonia’s rugged steppe country is one of the most loved tourist attractions for being home to a large number of endangered species. Today, you’re going to see large herds of sheep and different types of animals that resemble species that are formed by the cross of camel and llama. And, it’s an exhilarating experience to see the rugged snow-kissed Torres del Paine mountains that tower beautifully in the background. After this, you’ll be visiting today the Salto Grande waterfall that is located on Patagonia’s lovely lakes Pehoe and the Pehoe River. Topped by the snowy white peaks of Grey Glacier this Salto Grande waterfall looks fascinatingly charming. In the evening, you’ll be returning back to Puerto Natales. Get back to your den and enjoy your dinner!
This is the fourth an the last day of your Patagonia tours! Today, you’ll be starting it off a little earlier. After breakfast, you’ll be heading towards the Puerto Natales bus station. You’ll be catching up a bus to the Punta Arenas airport. It is going to take around 3 hours to reach the destination. It’s time to catch up on your flight back home! Undoubtedly, you have created a lot of memories! Don’t forget capturing every moment on your camera; that’s going to remain with you forever!