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.