patagonia

CAPE HORN!!

Cape Horn marks the very end of the world as we know it – the next stop is the alien, polar world of the Antarctic. The Cape is the most rugged part of the windswept lands of Tierra del Fuego and can be visited in four different ways: On an adventure cruise, From the air – by plane, As part of a sailing trip, By kayak. Are you adventurous enough to arrive in this part of the world?

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DIENTES DE NAVARINO!!

The Dientes de Navarino (or ‘Navarino Teeth’), located on Navarino Island, are peaks which get their get name from the jaw full of teeth which they resemble. Although perhaps one of the less well known places for trekking, there are many hikes available to see the teeth and you don’t require a permit to visit them. You’re likely to see guanacos (belonging to the llama family), blue lakes and verdant forests.

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RESERVA CERRO CASTILLO!!

Located south of Coyhaique, this National Reserve is found in the Aysen Region and offers arguably some of the best hiking in the region. Whilst exploring the reserve you can enjoy some wonderful wild landscapes, where nature truly is preserved; on any of the trails through the park you will be taken through farms and forests, discovering lakes and glaciers, all the while surrounded by the striking mountains.

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PATAGONIA PARK!!

Located in the Chacabuco Valley in the Aysen region of Chile, Patagonia Park protects an abundance of Patagonian Steppe grasslands, peaks and wildlife. Originally Chacabuco Valley was one of the largest sheep ranches in the region, now, nearly 200,000 acres of land are protected. There are many ways to explore the Patagonia Park, with options for day hikes, overnight hikes, bird watching, mountain biking, fishing and kayaking.

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BERNARDO O`HIGGINS NATIONAL PARK!!

Bernardo O`Higgins National Park is the largest National park in Chile, covering an area of 35,259 km2. The park includes a great part of the Southern Patagonian Ice Field. One of its main attractions is the Glacier Pío XI, from which enormous ice blocks periodically spall.


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Patagonia

Some years ago, a couple of Argentinians arrived to Santiago and transformed an old grocery store (almacén) in a rustic & cool resto-bar. Patagonia offers a great deal for any type of meal. At lunch time it has a special menu, with offers like exotic meat such as “cordero” and “el ciervo magallánicos” or “jabalí”. A great place to eat your belly full!!!A

Patagonia has its own store; a nice idea to get your family and friends a tasty souvenir.

When: Mondays to Sundays 09:00AM –  01:00AM
Where: José Victorino Lastarria 96
Contact: (+56) (2) 6643830

http://www.patagoniarestobar.cl
[email protected]

Some years ago, a couple of Argentinians arrived to Santiago and transformed an old grocery store (almacén) in a rustic & cool resto-bar. Patagonia offers a great deal for any type of meal. At lunch time it has a special menu, with offers like exotic meat such as “cordero” and “el ciervo magallánicos” or “jabalí”. A great place to eat your belly full!!!A

Patagonia has its own store; a nice idea to get your family and friends a tasty souvenir.

When: Mondays to Sundays 09:00AM –  01:00AM

Where: José Victorino Lastarria 96

Contact: (+56) (2) 6643830

http://www.patagoniarestobar.cl

[email protected]

Some years ago, a couple of Argentinians arrived to Santiago and transformed an old grocery store (almacén) in a rustic & cool resto-bar. Patagonia offers a great deal for any type of meal. At lunch time it has a special menu, with offers like exotic meat such as “cordero” and “el ciervo magallánicos” or “jabalí”. A great place to eat your belly full!!!A

Patagonia has its own store; a nice idea to get your family and friends a tasty souvenir.

When: Mondays to Sundays 09:00AM –  01:00AM

Where: José Victorino Lastarria 96

Contact: (+56) (2) 6643830

http://www.patagoniarestobar.cl

[email protected]