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Monumento Natural Los Pinguinos
National Parks, Nature & Wildlife Areas
Isla Magdalena
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Navigation of Lago Grey
National Parks, Nature & Wildlife Areas, Bodies of Water
Dientes de Navarino
Geologic Formations, Hiking Trails
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#1 of 41 Nature & Parks in Magallanes Region
And the most important of all is the unreal beauty of the park! We've done many hikes around the world and Torres is one of our favorites because of its amazing scenery, huge glacier, beautiful turquoise lakes and...
Raw nature, unique landscape, a great deal of mixed scenarios all around - a beautiful glacier, huge towering rocky behemoths, snow-capped mountains, dangerous cliffs, green valleys, emerald lakes, multicoloured g...
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Glacier Grey Puerto Natales
#2 of 41 Nature & Parks in Magallanes Region
First we kayaked near it, then the next day we hiked on it, and finally, we took the tour boat to leave the park, which actually tours around the edge of both sides of the glacier on the lake - it was spectacular!
I've had the opportunity to see this beautiful glacier twice, and I really recommend it, it's breathtaking, one of the best things about torres del paine national park.
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W-Trail Torres del Paine National Park
#3 of 41 Nature & Parks in Magallanes Region
We loved the views and always changing beauty of nature: From glaciers with blue lakes to wonderful soft mountains with flowers and forrest.
Our guide (and assistant guide) was very knowledgeable (has been guiding the W for 14 years) about the area, climate, birds and animals, and was intent on ensuring the park remains pristine.
Nordenskjold Lake Torres del Paine National Park
#4 of 41 Nature & Parks in Magallanes Region
The Torres del Paines Patagonia National Park is full of scenic mountains, glaciers, lakes and rivers.
Hiked to this beautiful lake in Torres Del Paine National Park in Chile via the trail that goes by the Salte Grande Waterfall.
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Cape Horn Hornos Island
#5 of 41 Nature & Parks in Magallanes Region
... - feel the end of the world, the sun, the see, the wind, the silence, the connection wih the vast nature - a good camera is highly recommended so is being kind to people so they will take photos of you and sha...
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Circuito grande Torres del Paine Torres del Paine National Park
#6 of 41 Nature & Parks in Magallanes Region
A must do for back country hiking lovers, this incredibly beautiful park offers really challenging trails best suited for fit and experienced hikers.
The nature is fantastic, ice bergs, glaciers, blue lakes and spectacular mountains.
Laguna Azul Torres del Paine National Park
#7 of 41 Nature & Parks in Magallanes Region
The wildlife is abundant but the breathtaking surroundings of pure nature will sweep you off your feet!
Amazing lake in the National Park.
Isla Magdalena Punta Arenas
#8 of 41 Nature & Parks in Magallanes Region
The islands are completely uninhabited by humans (except for the park rangers) and every summer, thousands of tourists travel to the monument to see the penguins.
A truly spectacular nature experience.
Navigation of Lago Grey Torres del Paine National Park
#9 of 41 Nature & Parks in Magallanes Region
A totally different view of the park The lake with a friendly ferry also with a kayak option at the end of the lake On the return warm up inside and celebrate the beauty with a pisco sour Beautiful
Within Torres del Paine National Park, you can walk across a gravel beach to get to a boat that will drive you to the glacier front.
#10 of 41 Nature & Parks in Magallanes Region
We took a boat trip with Turismo 21 de Mayo up the Channel of Last Hope to see two amazing glaciers on the edge of the Bernardo O'Higgins national park.
Up the Rio Serrano to the parks
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#11 of 41 Nature & Parks in Magallanes Region
Inside the complex you have a nature reserve where you can go trekking, a modern building where you get the first free tour about the history of the region, a coffee shop and a souvenir store, after that you get t...
Dating back to the 1800s, it's been restored a number of times, but is now part of a newly opened state park.
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Dientes de Navarino Puerto Williams
#12 of 41 Nature & Parks in Magallanes Region
#13 of 41 Nature & Parks in Magallanes Region
We certainly made sweet lemonade out of the lemons that Solo Expediciones gave to us in Punta Arenas and we are very thankful to the Tourist Info booth near the park for the excellent recommendation to visit the N...
At the time I came through, the park was free.
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Cueva del Milodon Puerto Natales
#14 of 41 Nature & Parks in Magallanes Region
From here you can either walk or drive to the rest of the attractions, including Devils' Chair (which you will pass along your drive in to the park), the other two caves and the stone tunnel.
I would recommend this for nature lovers (specially those interested in geology, as the history of how the caves were formed is quite impressive).
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#15 of 41 Nature & Parks in Magallanes Region
#16 of 41 Nature & Parks in Magallanes Region
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Mirador Cerro Dorotea Puerto Natales
#17 of 41 Nature & Parks in Magallanes Region
Cerro Bandera Puerto Williams
#18 of 41 Nature & Parks in Magallanes Region
Cabo Froward Punta Arenas
#19 of 41 Nature & Parks in Magallanes Region
Mount Tarn Punta Arenas
#20 of 41 Nature & Parks in Magallanes Region
#21 of 41 Nature & Parks in Magallanes Region
... rangers office at the entrance where you can buy your ticket (3000 pesos in Jan 2017), the rangers are very helpful and there is some interesting info on the wildlife, archaeology and geology of the park
Pali Aike is a national park which lets you visit wild open volcanic landscapes and some of the earliest recorded inhabited areas in far south America dating back 11,000 years.
#22 of 41 Nature & Parks in Magallanes Region
This is a wonderful privately owned park that is committed to helping this newly established penguin colony thrive, while also allowing tourists to experience their beauty.
The Park is also the base for a Pinguin research and the people there can answer all the questions you have about pinguins.
Serrano Glacier Torres del Paine National Park
#23 of 41 Nature & Parks in Magallanes Region
On your way to the National Park you will see waterfalls, lots of penguin like birds, seal colony and Balmaceda glacier from the boat.
Hard Not to Rave about These Great Things in Nature
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#24 of 41 Nature & Parks in Magallanes Region
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#25 of 41 Nature & Parks in Magallanes Region
We walked in the Bernardo O'Higgins National Park as part of a navigation on the Ultima Esperanza Fjord.
Very Remote National Park Best Accessed by a Boat Trip
Parque Etnobotanico Omora Puerto Williams
#26 of 41 Nature & Parks in Magallanes Region
#27 of 41 Nature & Parks in Magallanes Region
This park and hike are part of the long list of amazing nature which I have experienced during my travels.
O-Trail Torres del Paine National Park
#28 of 41 Nature & Parks in Magallanes Region
By walking the O first, you can enjoy the diversity of the park gradually and you get a perspective to feel and appreciate it.
... but those who are expecting the degree of trail maintenance found in most US or European national parks will be in for a surprise - heavy mud, swamp-like stretches, extended portions that feel like one's climb...
Expedicion Fitz Roy Punta Arenas
#29 of 41 Nature & Parks in Magallanes Region
Madre Roca Patagonia Puerto Natales
#30 of 41 Nature & Parks in Magallanes Region
We me up with Felipe and Claire at Torres del Paine National Park in Chile and have only wonderful things to say about them.