• Torres del Paine

    Parque Nacional Torres del Paine, Chile .

    Torres del Paine National Park, in Chile’s Patagonia region, is known for its soaring mountains, bright blue icebergs that cleave from glaciers and golden pampas (grasslands) that shelter rare wildlife such as llama-like guanacos. Some of its most iconic sites are the 3 granite towers from which the park takes its name and the horn-shaped peaks called Cuernos del Paine.

  • Parque Bernardo O'Higgins

    Parque Nacional Bernardo O'Higgins, Chile .

    Bernardo O'Higgins National Park is the largest of the protected areas in Chile, covering an area of 3,525,901 ha in both the Aysen and Magallanes and Antartica Chilena regions.

    Los Glaciares National Park Argentiba and Tprres del Paine Park are its neighbours to the east, Laguna San Rafael National Park is located to the north, the  Alacalufes National Reserve to the southwest and the Katalalixar National Reserve to the northwest.

  • Monumento Natural Cueva del Milodon

    Monumento Natural Cueva del Milodón - Y-290, Natales, Chile .

    Cueva del Milodón Natural Monument is a natural monument located in the Chilean Patagonoa, 24 km (15 mi) northwest of Puerto Natales and 270 km (168 mi) north of Punta Arenas.

    The monument is situated along the flanks of Cerro Benitez. It comprises several caves and a rock formation called Silla del Diablo (Devil's Chair). The monument includes a cave which is notable for the discovery in 1895 of skin, bones and other parts of a ground sloth called Mylodon darwini, from which the cave takes its name. It is also part of the End of the World Route, a scenic touristic route.


  • Cerro Dorotea

    Cerro Dorotea, Natales, Chile .

    Cerro Dorotea is a 5.0 kilometer lightly trafficked out and back trail located near Natales, Magallanes, Chile that features a great forest setting and is rated as moderate. The trail is primarily used for hiking and walking.

  • Puerto Natales

    Puerto Natales, Natales, Chile .

    Puerto Natales is a port city on the Señoret Channel in Chile’s southern Patagonia. It’s the gateway to Torres del Paine National Park to the northwest, and the port for boats touring the Patagonian fjords. The Municipal Historical Museum in the city center exhibits artifacts from the region’s indigenous population. To the north is the vast Mylodon Cave, once inhabited by prehistoric, slothlike mylodons.