Adventure of the parks program
"ruta de los parques"

Adventure of the parks - ruta de los parques

The creation of this “self drive” program was due to many adventurous people like us that were eagerly asking for a program that would pass through all the parks of “Ruta de los Parques” and that´s what we wanted to do, at least visiting the ones that are open to the public and reachable in some way.

This trip will make you enjoy nature in a unique way on this 37 day trip, through the beauties of the Carretera Austral and the southes city on earth, Puerto Williams.

You will be traveling through the “Ruta de Los Parques de la Patagonia” (some of them navigating of course). You will experience the wonderful Patagonia in a comfortable vehicle and you will find time to relax in accommodations we have selected for this trip. 

To travel through these dismembered coasts this program includes segments in Ferries where you would have to sleep on and it is basic service, but the scenery is absolutely wonderful.

This program starts in Puerto Montt and ends in Puerto Williams. You will be visiting (or some navigating through/by) 12 National Parks that are considered as part of the “Ruta de los Parques de la Patagonia” and these have the most beautiful scenic routes in Chile and in the world!


The progam

37 days / 36 nights

Here is where your adventure in Patagonia starts! Arrival in Puerto Montt airport where you will get the transfer that will bring you to the car rental office in Puerto Varas where you will get your car SUV 4×4. After getting your car you can drive to your hotel in the same city.

Puerto Varas is next to the Llanquihue Lake and it is also known as the city of Roses. Puerto Varas is these days one of the most visited destinations in this region, it is a nice place, with a wide offer of restaurants and coffee places. 

Lodging: 3 nights in Boutique Hotel Mero Gaucho.



This is the first Park of the “Ruta de los Parques” you will visit. It is called Alerce Andino National Park. You will get there with a guide that will provide all the information and his experience to go through the trails of the Park enjoying the amazing surroundings of nature here in this area of Chile.

The trees of Alerce Andino National Park come from an old and storied lineage. This regional ecosystem remained isolated from the glaciers that covered the area 12 thousand years ago. Today, its forests are a global icon of endemic fauna––one in three species in this forest is not found anywhere else on the planet. Vertical walls of granite surround the park’s fifty or so lagoons, and its rugged geography has long protected millennia-old Alerce (Fitzroya) trees that grow over more than half of the park’s surface.

Drive back to your hotel in Puerto Varas. At night you can go out have dinner in some of the fantastic restaurants of Puerto Varas. We would recommend Mesa Tropera & Casa Valdes, there are many others you can choose too.

Today you will admire the landscape of the Chilean Lake district. You & your guide will pass through the small village of Ensenada to reach the Volcano Osorno. Osorno is known worldwide as a symbol of the local landscape, and is noted for its similar appearance to Mount Fuji. Osorno is one of the most active volcanoes of the southern Chilean Andes, with 11 historical eruptions recorded between 1575 and 1869. Charles Darwin glimpsed Volcán Osorno from a distance in the course of the second voyage of the Beagle, catching sight of its eruption in January 1835.

After enjoying of the view from here to the Llanquihue Lake your adventure continues to the national park Vicente Pérez Rosales. You will visit the falls of the Petrohué River, one of the wildest rivers in Chile. With the Osorno volcano in the background it forms a breath-taking view. You can drive after this visit to the Lake “Todos los Santos”, a lake with a beautiful emerald color.

In the morning you will start driving South in direction to Hornopiren. To get there you will have to get the Ferry in “Caleta La Arena”. It does not need a previous reservation. The shipment is by order of arrival at the port terminal (departures every 30 -45 minutes) and the payment is made directly CLP Cash on the ship. Reference price: $ 10,00 (car)and you have to add a fee per person. Caleta La Arena is a place where you can find local food : Emphasizing their traditions, men and women offer overwhelming lunches to visitors who visit the area. “Chilotes” stews, fish with potatoes and homemade “empanadas” are some of the most requested menus. There is a famous place called “La Pola” it is said they have the best empanadas in Chile.

After 40 min. on the Ferry enjoying amazing views and nature of Patagonia, you will reach Caleta Puelche. From there you dirve to Hornopiren. You will see the view and nature here is astonishing.

Option: In the way to Hornopiren, after the Ferry trip, you could stop at the “Pichicolo Hot springs”. Here you can enjoy get the benefits of these mineral waters, enjoy the sounds of nature and the aromas that you can only find in the south of Chile. These hot springs are inserted in the middle of a native forest. (Reference price per person: 15.000 CLP. Doesn’t need a previous booking).

Lodging: 2 Nights in Hosteria Catalina.

Today you can visit another Park of the “Ruta de Los Parques”, this is the Hornopiren National Park. The Park name means “snow oven” in Mapudungún (language of the Native people in the area), forms part of the regional ecosystem of evergreen temperate rainforests. It is known for its rich biodiversity, high levels of endemic species, and thousands-of-years-old trees. This park is part of the World Biosphere Reserve of Temperate Rainforests of the Austral Andes. It features nearly 22,240 acres of Alerce trees. The Hornopirén Volcano, although not within park limits, crowns this landscape of mountain valleys sculpted by snowdrifts, lakes, lagoons, and rivers such as the Puelo Chico, the Ventisquero, and the Blanco, which flows into the Comau Fjord, in Hualaihue.

Option: If you want to go with a guide we can organize this for you.

After your breakfast you have to be ready to catch the Ferry during the morning. The route to get from Hornopiren to Caleta Gonzalo is combining maritime and land routes.

The first navigation between Hornopirén and Leptepu, is done traveling approximately 33 nautical miles, on a journey of an estimated duration of 4 hours next to the Comau Fjord. This Fjord is flanked by high mountains, steep banks and develops from Caleta Pichanco on the north, to Caleta Leptepu on the south. On this ferry you can appreciate the beauty of the Comau fjord in all its splendor.

Once disembarking in Leptepu, you must make a trip by land of 10 kilometers to Caleta Fiordo Largo, from where another ferry takes you to Caleta Gonzalo, in a journey of 45 minutes crossing the Reñihue fjord, with imposing landscapes of dense native flora.

Lodging: 2 nights in Cabañas Caleta Gonzalo

Today you will visit the famous Pumalin Douglas Tompkins National Park. This is one of the largest and most diverse conservation efforts in South America. The park protects 715,000 acres of flora-rich Valdivian temperate rainforest, home to many endemic species including some of the planet’s last stands of the endangered, enormous, millennia-old Alerce trees. These exceptionally wet, original forests reach all the way to the ocean, something that is increasingly rare worldwide. Above the rich, green forests stand the snow-clad Andes, making for one of the most spectacular coastlines on Earth—a landscape of extraordinary grandeur and wildness. The park’s network of trails, campgrounds, information centers, and tourist amenities enable visitors to enjoy this wild landscape. We can organize a tour with a guide. Please let us know if you want it.

Today you will drive to Chaiten. This port city is the main commercial and administrative center in the region. Its history is quite recent, as in 1933 its population was made up by three families and by 1946, a radio was settled down in the town and the construction of a road towards Lake Yelcho had started.

“Chaitén” derives from the word “chain-chaitun”, which stands for “water basket”. The native Huilliches gave the area that name due to the topographic features of the terrain and the heavy rainfalls.

In 2008, the eruption of the Chaitén Volcano was a determining factor. The entire population had to be quickly evacuated. One year later, the government of Chile resolved that Chaitén should be founded again along with Santa Bárbara. This is a nice and natural little city and we know you will enjoy this quiet and picturesque place.

Lodging: 3 night in Posada Hotel Mi Casa.

Today you can go and enjoy the Amarillo Hot Springs. Waters are appropriate for relaxing and your body will thank you! The hot springs themselves are very rustic and set directly into the Patagonia jungle creating a vivid and memorable contrast between the jungle and the open thermal pools, a great option for the day. You can also enjoy walking, photography, and flora and fauna watching. Entrance fee: 7.000 CLP approx.

This area is so beautiful and there are plenty options to do. This is a place you will enjoy. It is a wonderful, relaxed place. The setting is lovely surrounded by amazing scenery. Here you will be able to organize what you want to do whether visiting Parks or nature or even get in the adventure of fly fishing or hiking, visiting Lake Yelcho, this is up to you. (These activities are not included in the price).

Today you can still enjoy of an activity or just relax and enjoy during the morning at this place. Then you should start driving heading south until you reach the town of La Junta. La Junta is a charming town, it means «Meeting Point Town,» . The town was founded in 1963, when settlers from different places in the country began to arrive––though, given La Junta’s geographical characteristics, it had long been a natural meeting point where travelers and livestock drivers rested and restocked provisions on trips. The construction of the Carretera Austral in 1983 marked an important «before» and «after» point in the history of La Junta. Before the highway was built, locals needed to travel to Argentina to buy goods, spurring a cultural exchange that can still be seen in the gaucho, or cowboy, traditions of the area. You can organize an activity with the hotel

Lodging: Hotel Espacio y Tiempo

Today you can organize with the hotel (or we can organize it for you too) a HD Tour to go fishing or horseback ridding or just hiking! Or you can drive south in direction to Puyuhuapi.

With German influenced architecture, walk along its streets and see the wooden buildings which give the town a unique touch. Known for its handmade weaving work, don’t forget to get a souvenir made with local materials. There is a  worldwide known carpet factory owned by the Hopperdietzel family that has produced excellent items by hand during the last 60 years. Knot to knot, with sheep wool, craft woven by local hands, it settled down in Puyuhuapi its spinning mill workshop, the factory and the sales room.

Lodging: 3 nights Cabañas Rossbach.

Today you can organize with the hotel (or we can organize it for you too) a full day tour to the Park Queulat. Queulat means «Sound of Waterfalls» in the Chono people’s language. This park was first seen in the eighteenth century by Jesuits searching for the mythical City of the Caesars. Today, Queulat National Park, is admired by thousands of visitors each year, who are attracted by its beautiful evergreen and Andean Patagonian forests, its waterfalls, fjords, jagged rock walls, abundant rivers, and famous hanging glacier or «Ventisquero Colgante,» which can be spotted from the Carretera Austral. We would recommend you to visit the “Ventisquero Colgante” today.

After a great breakfast we would recommend you to go to Hot springs “Ventisquero”. Inserted in the abundant and attractive vegetation of the Queulat National Park, on the banks of the Canal de Puyuhuapi fjord, Termas del Ventisquero is a rustic and nice place.Four hot springs fluctuating between 20° and 40° degrees, all of them at the open-air, close to the wild nature you to enjoy.

If you prefere you can also try to do a different activity in the National Park Queulat. It is up to you.

Today you have to get a lot of energy in your breakfast because there will be a long drive! Good thing is that you will be driving along magnificent places and enjoying the view nature gives you as a great present.

Coyhaique is surrounded by a rich environment. On one side you have the Patagonia mountain chain, and on the other side there are lakes, rivers and forests, turning the whole scenery into something very similar to what we’ve seen of the Swiss Alps or other places in Scandinavia.

1 night in Belisario Jara Hotel

You will start driving as usual in direction to the South to Cerro Castillo. The Cerro Castillo National Park spans 179.550 hectares of not only wild and extreme nature, but also preservation areas for important species of flora and fauna.  Thousands of years ago, in what it’s now the national park, the land was completely covered in glaciers. After they melted, valleys and trails began to appear, and they are now living proof of the passing of time through its natural, geological and volcanologist changes. You will enjoy these surroundings!

Lodging: 2 nights Refugio Cerro Castillo

Today you can go on a beautiful hike (if you want to come with a guide, we can organize that for you). For this impressive adventure you start driving to the town Villa Cerro Castillo (close to the hotel “El Refugio” where you are staying) and your hike can start from here. Here you have a little map of lengths and option entrances to go to this National Park. (National Park entrance fee 4.000 CLP approx)


Please consider that the Laguna Cerro Castillo (medium-difficult hike) takes at least 4 hours one way. However , you can organize half day hike according to what you are looking for. You can start in the private entrance (black) or the official entrance (Estero Parada).This is an incredible place where you will be able to see and enjoy nature with the view to the Hill with a shape of a Castle. There are breath-taking views.

What experience is this amazing Cerro Castillo National Park! Your adventure today continues to Puerto Tranquilo where you will keep enjoying the magic of Nature. Puerto Río Tranquilo, is just a small village on the shores of the majestic Lago General Carrera, but a place where everyone has to stop because this place has many extraordinary activities to offer.

Lodging: 3 nights Hostel El Puesto.

Today we would recommend you to go to the famous Cuevas de Marmol. The natural monument “Capilla de Mármol” (Marble Chapel) at the Natural Sanctuary is a group of small islets and islands, mostly made of marble. These are located on the pristine shores of Lake General Carrera and these are one of the most beautiful postcards of the country. It is one of the most important tourist attractions in Patagonia.

We would recommend you today to navigate fjords and channels of the Chilean Patagonia by catamaran from Bahia Exploradores (We can organize this of you want). A landscape of blue color, with impressive landslides and ice floes. You will live the experience of simply sitting and being embraced by nature in Laguna San Rafael National Park (Route of Parks of Patagonia).

After these 3 days of an amazing experience getting to see all these beautiful places in this area of Patagonia, you will start driving, this time to the East to reach Chile Chico.

Located very close to the border with Argentina and on the shores of the gorgeous Lake General Carrera––the second-largest lake in South America––Chile Chico has a microclimate that allows for the cultivation of species typically found in Chile’s central zone, such as cherries. For this reason, it’s also known as the “City of Sun.”

Lodging: 2 nights at Cabañas El Engaño.

We would recommend you today to go on a tour to the Patagonia National Park where you get to see the “Moon Valley” where you will encounter an impressive piece of rock growing 40 meters out of the ground, shaped like a huge nail – the “Piedra Enclavada”. As you continue your way in this tour, the circuit will surprise you with strange rock formations and traces of former nomadic inhabitants. They were ancestors of the well-known Tehuelches, who left cave paintings that go back to approximately 7.000 years.

 Parque Patagnoia was created by Conservacion Patagonica, a nonprofit incorporated in California and founded in 2000 by Kris Tompkins, to protect Patagonia’s wildlands and ecosystems. Parque

Patagonia has an infrastructure of trails, campgrounds, and a visitor center. Parque Patagonia is located between the Lago Jeinimeni National Reserve to the north and the Lago Cochrane National Reserve to the south.

Today we would recommend you to go on a half day trekking tour following the Jeinimeni River in the Patagonia National Park that marks the border between Chile and Argentina. You can also check on hike + bike tours in this area that are a great adventure to get in a different area of the Patagonia National Park.

Then you would have to start driving to go back to Route 7 and reach Puerto Guadal.

Lodging: 2 nights at Terra Luna Lodge.

Puerto Guadal is a small village, located near the western end of Chile’s largest and most beautiful lake, Lago General Carrera, also known by its original native name, Lago Chelenko. Blessed with a micro-climate that guarantees a good weather (and more days of sunshine than most other lakeside communities) Puerto Guadal is fast becoming the tourist destination of choice for discerning visitors who want to sample and enjoy the spectacular beauty of central Patagonia.

There are different options for activities in this area, we would recommend you to organize something with the Lodge. Some options are:

La Mina Escondida, (The Hidden Mine): An interesting excursion from Puerto Guadal is a trip to this mine, abandoned in 1986 by the French mining company, la Empresa Minera del Plomo. The old mining instalations and machinery is still there that were used to mine deposits of lead, zinc and copper. Distance from Puerto Guadal, 2 hours.

Horseback Rides to the Fossil Beds: An excursion to an area that contains a great number of marine fossils, high in hills behind Puerto Guadal. One starts this trip driving to reach a zone of high lenga beech trees, and then continues on horseback (or hiking if you wish). The views out toward the lake and across to the Northern Ice Field and its peaks are spectacular. Approximately 7 hours. Distance from Puerto Guadal, 8 Km.

Today you can still organize an activity in the morning and then you have to continue driving to go to Puerto Tortel. You will be again driving along amazing views!

  1. Lodging: Entre Hielos. The village of Tortel is car free and built on wooden boardwalks at the base of a mountain, so getting to the hotel involved lots of steps – the advice is to decant your things into a bag and leave suitcases in the car.

Caleta Tortel might be one of the most picturesque towns in Chile. It features 5 miles of boardwalks made from Ciprés de las Guaitecas (Pilgerodendron) winding through the fjords at the mouth of the Baker River, all nestled between the Northern and Southern Ice Fields.

The town has been declared a heritage site, with architecture that tells the story of the first settlers to arrive to the area. The settlers came from Chiloé and were known for their woodworking skills, especially with axes. In 1904, the «Baker Exploitation Society» began logging in the area, bringing along workers who settled in the basins of the Baker, Bravo, and Pascua rivers. Today, the houses’ facades, the beautiful shingles, and the smell of cypress make this town an unforgettable place for visitors. It is an astonishing place with small plazas, playgrounds and even an outdoor gym built on the boardwalks.

We would recommend you to go on a tour to la “Isla de Los Muertos”. You can organize that with the hotel.

It’s time to get on a Ferry today! You have to drive to Puerto Yungay to get on the Ferry. It will be beautiful and such an adventure! This is a 41-hour trip in which the Crux Australis ferry will pass through beautiful southern postcards that can enjoy! This ferry is very basic, its main mission is translating people from the area and it works as cargo as well, but it is an adventure for people coming to the south of Chile wanting to do something new and adventurous.  It has reclining seats, it has “entertainment on board” (you can install an app to watch movies and shows) cafeteria, television screens, individual audio system and entertainment area for children. (We will book it for you and pay your fee BUT the fee for the car has to be paid direcly by you in Chilean pesos or USD. It will be about 175 USD for your car).

Lodging: 2 Nights on the Ferry (reclining seat).

While you navigate through these amazing places in Patagonia. The Ferry will stop at Puerto Eden. Puerto Eden is a small fishing village on Wellington Island, in the Patagonian Channels. The main settlement is across the bay from the Armada.

Bernardo O´Higgins National Park:  Bernardo O’Higgins is Chile’s largest park––and one of the largest in the world. Around a quarter of the park lies in the Aysén region, with the rest in Magallanes. The park’s central feature are its 49 glaciers, part of Chile’s Southern Icefields. They form part of the third-longest expanse of continental ice on the planet, after the Antarctic and Greenland. The most famous of these glaciers is Pío XI, the largest glacier in the southern hemisphere and the only one in the region that is not receding. Travel by boat is the best way explore the beauty of these landscapes, ancestral home of the Kawésqar people.

Kaweskar National Park: Kawésqar National Park is one of the largest parks in the world and the second-largest in Chile. It includes large swaths of the archipelagos in the provinces of Magallanes and Última Esperanza, as well as half of Isla Riesco. Its landscapes are a mosaic of cordilleras, forests, glaciers, fjords, lakes, wetlands, and valleys––virgin ecosystems of unmatched beauty––and are home to a wide variety of plant and animal species.

Today you will arrive to Puerto Natales. You have to proceed with your rental car drop off in the Europcar Office.

This city has a rancher feel and an ever-growing adventure activity scene are mixed in this city, which is the gateway to the famous Torres del Paine National Park. You’ll be pleasantly surprised with the countless activities to do outdoors and you’ll be amazed by the vibrant colors that paint the sky at sunset, which you’ll see from your kayak or bike. But not everything is physical effort, so enjoy the abundant Patagonian food and take the opportunity to recharge your batteries at the top level accommodation you’ll find here.

Lodging: 3 nights at Hotel Casa Patagonia.

Departure from Puerto Natales at 07:00 am and transfer directly to sector Las Torres where you will arrive at “Estancia Cerro Paine”, starting point of the trail. There you will receive an informative preliminary talk from the guide. You will take the road in the direction of the Valley and after 10 minutes walking, you will walk on an old suspension bridge that crosses the Ascencio River.

Then follows a zigzag of marked slope and sparse vegetation for an hour. The ascent continues and passes by another slope and after 45 minutes the Chilean Camping is reached on the opposite bank of the Ascencio River, in the shade of a lenga forest, with moderate slope, crossing several slopes that fall from the Admiral Nieto. After about an hour and 10 minutes from the Chilean campsite, 700 meters above sea level, you reach the foot of the moraine that gives access to the viewpoint. From this point, the path increases its slope.

First it goes next to a slope and under the shade of the small trees located at the edge of the moraine, but higher up the path is lost and you continue ascending among rocks, some of which are marked to show the route. After about half an hour from the signpost at 700 meters above sea level, you reach the eastern end of the lagoon, from where you have a wonderful view of the three towers (Central, monzino, Dagostini) and Peineta and Nido de Cóndores hills. After resting and having lunch in this extraordinary and unique scenic context on the planet, you will begin your return along the same path until you reach the starting point, where the driver will be waiting to return at the end of the day to Puerto Natales.

After a hard day hiking las Base de Las Torres you might need a day to rest and take a walk in Puerto Natales. If you want to do an activity or take a tour, we could recommend you to go to an Estancia, or maybe taking a bike tour.

Today you will take in the morning a regular bus to Punta Arenas. This ride takes about 3 hours. The ferry leaves in the afternoon in the Port of Punta Arenas.

This ferry trip is a journey framed by skies painted with watercolors and icy seas shining in the middle of the wild vegetation and marine fauna that with curiosity, observe the calm navigation of the ferry that crosses the sea.

 On board you will see passengers enjoy the scenery expectantly. While the crew carries out their usual and diligent activities, taking care of the passengers.

  A spectacular journey of 32 hours. This service of the Ferry crossing to Puerto Williams has the main aim of the transportation of cargo and passenger cabotage: That´s why this service has a very basic accommodation. We have booked the best option they have here and it is a comfy seat.

You will be navigating through these famous channels, just nature, silence, sea and Fjords. One of the renowned channels are Darwin and part of the Beagle Channel. Yes! You are in the really end of the world! Can you belive it?

Alberto de Agostini National Park: You will navigate through the National Park Alberto de Agostini. The third-largest park in Chile, Alberto de Agostini is named for the Salesian priest and mountaineer who explored and photographed the area. De Agostini was moved by the majesty of the 22-mile Darwin Range, which reaches into the Pacific, sculpting deep fjords molded by the glaciers of Chile’s third stretch of icefields. Located roughly 800 nautical miles south of Punta Arenas, in Navarino, the park was declared a UNESCO Biosphere Reserve and is considered one of the 24 most pristine ecoregions on the planet. It is home to species including Marine Elephants as well as rich vegetation, spectacular glaciers like the Marinelli, and beautiful formations such as Monte Sarmiento.

Yendegaia National Park: You will also have the opportunity to navigate by the park Yendegaia. Vast pampas, fjords, channels, and unexplored mountains make up this unique territory once traveled via land by the Selknam people and via water by the Yámanas people. Yendegaia means «Deep Bay» in the Yagan language. This park in Tierra del Fuego, declared a Biosphere Reserve, was formed thanks to the donation of more than 93,900 acres by the Yendegaia Foundation, led by Douglas and Kristine Tompkins, as well as the incorporation of more than 274,287 acres of parklands by the Chilean government. The Darwin Range and Lake Fagnano frame its pristine landscapes, showcasing this area of incomparable beauty nestled at the very edge of the world.

You will arrive to Puerto Williams at midnight. We will organize the trip you to get to the hotel.

3 nights in Hotel Lakutaia.

Welcome to the southest city in the world! Right in front of the Beagle Channel, the Navarino Island is located, one of the biggest islands of the South Pacific. This is where Puerto Williams is placed, a small town of 2400 people, known as the most southern city in the world. Puerto Williams used to be called Puerto Luisa, and it’s a relatevely new city, founded only in 1953. Today, Puerto Williams has become the base of operations of those who want to travel to southern Chile.

The most famous images of this area are photographs and paintings of the Yamanes, the people who lived here before the colonization, they painted their bodies of black and white to honour the gods during the initiation ceremony called “hain”. They used to call the island “Uspashum”, and were separated in three groups: yamanes or yaganes, onas or selknam and alacalufes or kaweskar. They were a nomad, hunting and canoeing group, who travelled along the Beagle Channel searching for supplies.

To set foot on the last city of Chile and the last place of the world. Puerto Williams is a place of comfort, adventure and beauty, found in the small city and in the surroundings of the island it is located. It is right in front of the Beagle Channel, with a fantastic vision of the Argentinean territory.

We recommend you to organize tours in the same hotel or we can organize it for you.

Today you will go to the airport to get your flight that will bring you back to the continent, to Punta Arenas. You will get a transfer that will bring you to your hotel.

2 nights in Hotel La Colet.

With port and sheep-breeding history, Punta Arenas, the gateway into Antartica will captivate you with its clean air and sophisticated European architecture. Go back in time walking around Punta Arenas’ cemetery. Its beautiful gardens bring elegance to the tombs of historical characters of the area. If you like shopping, the duty free area is the ideal location to get souvenirs from your trip. Stretch your legs walking around the Main Square and take in its traditions. The Statue of the Indian is waiting for you to kiss or touch its feet, which people say means you’ll be back.

You could also organize a tour to Isla Magdalena or to go to Park “Pingüino Rey”

This amazing lifetime adventure has come to an end. We hope this is a trip you will never forget!

Transfer to the airport to flight back to Santiago or the destination you choose.