Extreme South Zone: Aysén, Punta Arenas and the Chilean antarctic.
The end of the earth captures people’s attention for its majestic landscape, full of glaciers, watercourses, magnificent vegetation and unique wildlife. There are lots of offers for tourist exploration and adventure.
- Marble Caves
This National Nature Sanctuary is located across 300 meters of the General Carrera Lake. It’s a mineral rock structure formed by the force of tidal waves, which explains its caves and astonishing shapes. It is possible to visit this place by boat. The marble color contrasts with the clear and powerful turquoise color of the lake. This is by far one of the most typical and beautiful places in the south of Chile. For further information please check:
Laguna San Rafael
Declared by UNESCO as a Biosphere Reserve, this magnificent wall of ice rises from San Rafael Glacier and goes all over through the native vegetation, captivating thousands of visitors every year. Its 1.700 hectares are an invitation for sailing across the fjords forged by the amazing nature. For sure, Laguna San Rafael will fill the visitor’s expectations and go beyond.
Torres del Paine
Recognized by UNESCO as a Biosphere Reserve, these giant granite formations shaped by glacial ice are one of the biggest attractions in the area of the southern tip of Chile. This spectacle of nature offers its visitors unforgettable explorations, where besides contemplating the magnificent scenery can also observe the great diversity of flora and fauna. For more information, you can check in:
Estrecho de Magallanes:
It is the southernmost continental boundary and represents the main natural route that connects the two largest oceans on the planet: the Pacific and the Atlantic. On the banks of the Strait of Magellan we can find the city of Punta Arenas, whose surroundings offer a wide range of magnificent natural landscapes. All this, through various possible ways to enjoy tourist activities. For more information, you can check in: