Patagonia is one of the most amazing places in the world. A country with a lot of history. A land of mountains, lakes, hills, beautiful flora and fauna with the past of Aborigines known for its enormous footprints, (that is why it is called Patagonia). A missionary named Padre Agostini said: "The Paine massif is second to none … In its colors and form it is undoubtedly one of the most fantastic and spectacular sights that the human imagination can fulfill."
To get Chilean Patagonia, you have to be in Punta Arenas City. Punta Arenas in the capital in this area and offers excellent accommodation of 4 bed and breakfast. Some hotels are in historic buildings and still retain their original construction from the beginning of the 20th century. The hotels like Finis Terrae Hotel with panoramic views over the city and the Strait of Magellan on the 6th floor restaurante. Hotel José Nogueira is set in a historic building that recalls the ancient history of these countries.
THERE ARE: There are many direct or one-stop flights from major cities to Santiago de Chile and then at least 3 daily flights to Punta Arenas, 4 hours from Santiago de Chile (2000 miles). To travel across the water, you can take a cruise from Puerto Montt to Puerto Natales in an amazing three-day trip along the south side.
TRAVEL TIPS: Southern weather can be unpredictable. Consider taking you along and wearing multiple layers of clothing in response to a wide variety of temperatures and weather conditions. Patagonia on a low budget is possible, although it requires planning. The room rates are higher from October to March. Winter months are becoming increasingly popular, especially for sports activities. At this time of year the hotel rates fall by half. We wish you a pleasant and safe journey! The best wishes, Marcelo Kunstmann