Te presentamos 5 zonas únicas e imperdibles

We present 5 unique and unmissable areas

Aysén Region

Well, as the saying goes , "He who hurries in Patagonia, wasting time " to come here is really easy. The region is so great that it is best to go knowing it in parts. We divide it into 5 zones , four of which can be traveled by the famous ( and beautiful ) Carretera Austral , and the sea area by barges or boats.

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Fjords - Channels

Fjords - Channels

To the west and the coast from the archipelago of Las Guayas to the north and Los Chonos to the south, is the Zone Fjords and Canals. In addition to this tangled geography of islands, fjords and canals, it is distinguished completely from the rest of the Region by its customs rooted in the sea.

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Aysén - Simpson

Aysén - Simpson

Continuing to the south is the Aysén-Simpson Zone where the main cities of the Region, Coyhaique and Puerto Aysén, which represent 87% of the regional population, are located. In this Zone you can feel the rhythms of your cities, their arts, culture, gastronomy and their music. An incredible area also in nature, where you can find National Reserves a couple of kilometers from the city internándote in its forests, fish in world famous rivers, visit the islands and beaches of the Pacific, go to know stays to see how it is sheared Sheep or find yourself face to face with the condors.

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Chelenco

Chelenco

To the south is the Chelenco Zone, located around the huge General Carrera Lake, formerly known as Chelenco by the Tehuelche Indians. In fact, this area holds the main archeological sites of the Region, especially cave paintings that date back more than eight thousand years. Currently, it is one of the most visited areas of the Region, with important landmarks such as General Carrera Lake and its marble cathedrals, Laguna San Rafael National Park with its dozens of glaciers (Northern Ice Field), Cerro National Reserve Castillo and its trekking trails, or areas that waste good vegetables and fruits, such as Chile Chico and Puerto Ingeniero Ibáñez, thanks to the microclimate that generates the great Lake Chelenco.

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Baker - O'Higgins

Baker - O'Higgins

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