The Chilean Patagonia, a region of 240,000 km² surface and lapped by the Pacific Ocean, is one of the most inhospitable areas on the planet. It goes from the Gulf of Reloncaví to Strait of Magellan, with virgin land and low population density. It’s a great destination for travelers looking for glaciers and snow-capped mountains, but also for adventurers looking for trekking, mountaineering and water sports such as rafting.
On the Chilean side, the best known attractions are the charming city of Puerto Natales; Punta Arenas; Carretera Austral; and of course the famous Torres del Paine National Park. A little further south (below), you can experience an ‘Antarctic’ experience by navigating the fjords and canals and also by the Magallanes Strait.
Anyway, if you want to know an area full of almost untouched woods, flauna and flora, fjords, glaciers, do not waste time and go to Chilean Patagonia.