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The city of Puerto Williams is located on Navarino Island and belongs to Tierra del Fuego Archipelago.
It is the southernmost city of Magallanes y Antártica Chilena Region, and it belongs to the Cape Horn district, in Chile.
Flight that departs from Punta Arenas and after one hour flying over the Strait of Magellan and the mountains of Andes Mountain Range, lands at the Puerto Williams Aerodrome..
A 30 hours ferry navigation, which departs from Punta Arenas and crosses the Patagonian Channels and Fjords, Alberto de Agostini National Park, until you get to the southermnost city, Puerto Williams.
International crossing on a speedboat from Ushuaia (Argentina) to Puerto Navarino (Chile) where the journey continues by bus, driving along the scenic coastal route for 55 kilometers until arriving in Puerto Williams.
Live unique experiences in world´s end!
We offer the best outdoor activities in Navarino island. All of us start in the southernmost city in the world and accompany you to discover the surroundings and wonders of Puerto Williams. Immerse yourself in the culture, nature, and history of the End of the World as we take you on a personalized journey by land and sea.
First part of the Dientes de Navarino Heritage Route. A 3.5-kilometer hike uphill through the southernmost forests leading to the summit of Cerro Bandera, an iconic landmark with breathtaking panoramic views.
From $48,000 CLP
An excursion for everyone along the scenic coastal route all the way to its end, Puerto Eugenia. We stop at relevant places for birdwatching, discovering Yaghan and quasi-war vestiges, landscape photography and ...
From 55.000 CLP
A relaxing sea kayaking excursion around the Bay of Puerto Williams and the Beagle Channel, where we will observe coastal birds, explore vestiges of the Yaghan culture, and capture postcard-worthy views of the Dientes de Navarino mountain range.
This is a sailing expedition from Puerto Williams to the white continent, where we will observe marine fauna, such as penguins and whales, explore among glaciers and icebergs, and visit scientific bases and historical sites. All this aboard a ship with all the comforts of home,
From 11.600 USD
Join the experience of touring the southernmost trekking circuit on the planet with us: NAVARINO TEETH in 5 days / 4 nights, providing all the facilities to make this adventure a unique experience: Previous technical talk, […]
From 925.000 CLP
From 2 to 5 days to explore with you the nature, the culture and the history of Navarino island, activities that are developed in collaboration with local partners. Friendly, quiet accommodation - Local cuisine - Outdoor tours
From $270.000 CLP
Those who respect and value not only the natural heritage of the destination, but also the cultures, traditions and local knowledge in all its forms.
TOMAS AZCÁRATE. INSTITUTO TURISMO RESPONSABLE
Local collaborators are selected for their professionalism, expertise and focus on sustainability.
Our activities are collaborative. Profits are shared among local partners.
A maximum of six people. This allows us to adapt to the visitor's needs and minimize our impact on the environment.
We explore hidden corners of the Cape Horn Biosphere Reserve that are rarely visited, and even unknown to many.
MINIMAL CARBON FOOTPRINT
Our office is self-sufficient, we reduce the use of plastics and encourage the use of bicycles.
MINIMAL IMPACT ON FAUNA
We keep our distances so as not to disturb local wildlife. We modify routes during nesting periods.
We focus on the enjoyment of nature, the delivery of curated information, and the local welfare.
We dream of a responsible tourism and our mission is to highlight Navarino Island and all it has to offer, and promote it through innovative, accessible, and personalized ecotourism and adventure sports activities that are developed in collaboration with local partners.
The traveler visiting the Cape Horn Biosphere Reserve
CONTRIBUTES TO ECONOMIC AND SOCIAL DEVELOPMENT
Respects fair trade and consumes locally.
COVID FREE – “PROTECT YOURSELF AND OTHERS”
Uses protective measures and follows the recommendations for a safe trip.
HELPS PRESERVE THE NATURAL ENVIRONMENT
Does not litter and respects the local flora and fauna.
LEARNS ABOUT CULTURES AND TRADITIONS
Respects the people, their customs, and their culture.
PRACTICES SLOW TOURISM SLOW TOURISM
Remembers that “those who stress in Patagonia, are wasting their time”.