Activities & Adventures

Activities & Adventures

The nature of Aysén is unique and sublime. There are forests , steppes , fjords , glaciers, mountains , valleys, lakes and rivers. Everything is huge and beautiful! It is a playground of tremendous proportions , where there are opportunities to practice all sports and make endless expeditions and excursions.

Explore the gauchos? route to the Nef Glacier

Come face to face with the Nef Glacier, part of the Northern Patagonia Ice Fields, during this three-day trip that combines navegation, hiking, horse trekking and camping at an old gaucho outpost, complete with a traditional rustic shelter.

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Wind through the unexplored valleys of La Junta

Be among the few who have traveled this photogenic route winding through the unknown Mirta, Cuarto and Quinto valleys. The valleys are home to one of the most authentic traditional festivals of the area and several of the ingenious women farmers of the Women?s Agricultural Club of the Valleys. There are also great opportunities for trekking, fishing and horseback riding.

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Paddle the Palena River along the former route of the ?Chatas?

The first settlers who arrived in La Junta made their way upriver, in row boats called ?chatas?, rowing their way against the current of the Palena River to reach the interior. Retrace their route, but this time traveling down river (we promise that it is much easier and fun!) And if you want to do it with 100+ other fans of the water, join in on the annual event, the Ruta del Palena (Route of the Palena), that takes place in February.

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Hike to De los Tres Lagoon (Extension of the Trek to Capri Lagoon, Poincenot Camping and the Blanco River)

After reaching the climber only campsite at the Blanco River, we highly suggest pushing on to the De los Tres Lagoon, an area which provides some of the most spectacular views around, on clear days.

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Follow the Chucao Trail to the sea in Raúl Marín

You?ve left the stress of the city far behind and the moment couldn?t be more perfect to breathe in the smell of the forest and walk along the shores of the sea, the sand on your feet, and the wind on your face. The rhythmic noise of the waves accompanies you as you make your way through this beautiful trail, full of surprises and pristine nature.

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Head to Lago Verde for great fishing and lots more!

Until a few years ago, the rivers and lakes between La Junta and Lago Verde were known for the huge challenge they presented for settlers in the area, but today, they?ve reached a new fame. Fans of recreational fishing come from all over the world to enjoy the incredible variety of challenges and conditions present in this sector of the Palena ? Queulat Area.

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Explore the myths and legends of Ñancúpel the Pirate

Explore Melinka, one of the small beach towns of the Guaitecas Archipelago, where you?ll discover great seaward overlooks and a myriad of stories and legends, including tales of the raids of pirate, Pedro Ñancúpel. Will you be the lucky one to discover his treasure?

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Meet some of the cultural ambassadors of the Guaitecas

This is a different sort of tour that permits a glimpse of the customs and traditions of the Guaitecas Archipelago through the work of its people. Artisan fishermen, boat builders, sailors, masters of the cholga seca, and personal histories full of anecdotes and sacrifice.

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Paddling the fjords of Aysén

A great way to immerse yourself in the beautiful landscapes of the channels and fjords of Aysén is to get close to the level of the water paddling in kayak. Following the shorelines of the islands and coasts provides a unique opportunity to learn about and observe the lush flora and fauna of this area. There are plenty of options, including guided excursions for paddlers of all levels, and expedition-style courses for those who seek to master this challenging sport.

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Find the pearl of the littoral in Puerto Cisnes

In the course of a few hours, Puerto Cisnes will fill your senses with tastes, sights, sounds and textures. Meander through coastal landscapes, walk along the beaches, sample local flavors and be amazed by the sounds of an orchestra of frogs and toads in the evening. This self-guided tour will help you learn your way around.

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Spend a few days with the fishermen of Puerto Gaviota

Inhabited by about thirty families, Puerto Gaviota is a fishing village located in remote Isla Magdalena National Park, in the Puyuhuapi Channel. Schedule a visit and share the rhythms of days spent working at sea.

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Amongst the lush rain forests and unpredictable waters of Huichas

In the middle of the tangled geography of channels and islands of the southern Pacific there are a group of beautiful islands known as the Huichas. Here, set amongst lush rain forests and unpredictable waters, you can explore the tiny communities of Puerto Aguirre, Caleta Andrade and Estero Cup.

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