Pto. Natales (Torres del Paine)

  • Torres del Paine is a world-famous park in the Chilean Patagonian region. At an altitude of 150 feet above sea level with a peak reaching 9,840 feet covered by perpetual snow, it offers an exciting adventure. After an approximately 40-minute Charter Flight, your plane will land in Puerto Natales, where you’ll board a motor coach for an approximately 2:30 hour drive to Torres del Paine National Park, one of the most spectacular scenic regions anywhere. You’ll drive through rolling pampas, past shimmering lakes, roaring creeks, cascading waterfalls, sprawling glaciers and dense forests with abundant wildlife. Approaching the park, you’ll catch your first glimpse of the distinct peaks (Torres) from which the area takes its name. As you drive through this stunningly beautiful park, named a Biosphere Reserve by UNESCO in 1978, you’ll see the jagged spires of mountains across Nordenskjold Lake. After lunch at a restaurant overlooking the lake, you’ll continue to Salto Grande Waterfall. There, you’ll take a short hike to experience up close some of the incredible natural beauty of the area. Then continue to the Laguna Amarga, known for its intense blue color. Note: Operation of this tour is subject to weather conditions. We recommend you bring a sweater and light raincoat. Tour participation is limited but subject to a minimum number of participants.
    Duration : 9 hrs
    Departure : 7:00
    Includes : Private Tour, Bilingual Tour Guide, Charter Flight, Lunch, Ticket to National Park.
    Does Not include :
    Note : Reservation Charter Flight must to be many weeks or 2 months in advance, because there not many charter planes. Reservations are only with a deposit of 100%.

Punta Arenas

  • We start by going to the Main Square (Plaza de Armas) where there is a monument dedicated to Fernando de Magallanes who discovered the Strait of Magellan and from here you can also admire the European-style buildings in the historic city center which evokes the adventures and experiences of its pioneering settlers. After this stop, you will visit the Salesian Museum named ‘Maggiorino Borgatello’ where you can find exhibits of native flora, stuffed animals, the pioneers’ history, maps and original belongings that were collected from the aborigines who lived in these lands. On the way you will see our avenues plenty of monuments. Next, you will get to the General Cemetery that contains luxury marbled mausoleums of immigrant families that came and settled in the region and which is considered one of the most beautiful cemeteries in South America. The Cerro de la Cruz viewpoint is our last stop to get a panoramic view of the whole city, the Strait of Magellan and Tierra del Fuego Island before returning to the pier. (Notes: The museum has three levels and there is no elevator)
    Duration : 3 hrs
    Departure : 9:00
    Includes : Private Tour, Bilingual Tour Guide, Flexibility.
    Does Not include : Lunch.
    Note : Handicap passengers cannot get into museum because has 3 floors and has not elevators. We will replace it with Instituto de la Patagonia or Braun Menendez museum.

  • City tour + Visit to the Austral Brewery. Puerto Montt is the capital of the Lakes District, one of the most spectacular areas of Chile where beautiful lakes and dozens of active volcanoes dominate the landscape.
    In Puerto Montt your city tour includes the picturesque Angelmo Fishing Wharf and colorful Handicraft market. Your tour continues through the wild beauty of Chile’s Lake District, looking the charming city of Puerto Varas and Lake Llanquihue, South America’s third largest lake, and the impressive snow-capped Osorno Volcano. The drive continues along the shore side and passes through the village of Ensenada to the emerald green Lake Todos Los Santos where you will enjoy more breathtaking views of the Osorno Volcano. A stop will be made to walk along the Petrohue River and view the falls cascading over the hard volcanic rocks. A brief stop will be made at a local handicraft market during the tour.
    Tour order may be changed to alleviate congestion.
    Tour concludes at the Airport, Hotel or Pier.

    Duration : 7 hrs
    Departure : 8:30
    Includes : Private Tour, Bilingual Tour Guide, Flexibility, Mineral Water, Petrohué Falls Ticket.
    Does Not include : Lunch, Admissions (museums, etc.)
    Recommendation : Warm Cloth, rain coat, comfortable shoes, sun glasses, sun block cream.

  • We head south of Punta Arenas along the famous Strait of Magellan decorated by boats that have sunk and allow us to imagine how brave sailors fought in their schooners and frigates against the harsh and frigid waters. After advancing about 55kms come to a fork where we can find a monolith showing the middle of Chile from Region I to the Chilean Antarctic territory. From this point we will take the road to the left to revive what was the Rey Don Felipe city now known as Port Famine. By the way, we will visit Bahía Mansa town to watch the work of the fishermen in the cove, and depending on the weather we will also watch the capture of King Crabs, sea urchins and sea weeds. Finally we will go to Fort Bulnes, a place of great historical importance to Magellan and place that we thank the subsequent foundation of Punta Arenas. This actual fort that was reconstructed product of the raging fire that consumed the original fort, shows us how life was forged in this country, the difficulties to survive and the strength of wanting to fulfill the mission of taking possession of the Strait of Magellan on behalf of the Chilean government to prevent the takeover of other nations.
    After touring the fort, we will take a break to enjoy coffee / tea and biscuits.
    Return to your hotel or pier.
    Duration : 4 hrs
    Departure : 9:00
    Includes : Private Tour, Bilingual Tour Guide, Flexibility.
    Does Not include : Lunch.

  • Penguin colony (10,000 examples).Penguins Natural Reserve, Otway Sound. We head to the northwest of Punta Arenas for a few minutes along the famous Strait of Magellan. After advancing about 25kms ride to an unpaved road to begin to see the steppe landscape characteristic of the zone and native trees as ñires that are embraced by the wind. Upon reaching the entrance of the colony of penguins we will begin a walk on wooden walkways that guide us on track to reach the vicinity of the burrows and where we can see about a thousand penguins in the watchtowers and along the banks of the Otway Sound. This colony has to almost 10,000 examples each year but because the colony is 42 hectares penguins spread easily. Gradually, these cute birds arrive in September to Magellan and later migrate to the coast of Brazil or Folkland Islands (Malvinas) in mid-March. We will walk around a little over an hour (roundtrip) and it is probably that the windy weather of this kind of open areas impedes our way. Before embarking on the return to Punta Arenas, we will enjoy a coffee or hot tea to recover the body temperature. On our return, landscape usually shows part of the Patagonian fauna with beautiful rheas, condors, foxes, skunks, caiquenes, owls, among others. Return to your hotel or pier.
    Duration : 3.5 hrs
    Departure : 9:00
    Includes : Private Tour, Bilingual Tour Guide, Ticket to Penguin Natural Reserve
    Does Not include : Lunch.
    Recommendation : Wear warm cloth, Gloves, cap. We recommend you to visit Otway Sound between middle of October until Beginning of March.
    Note : This tour could be modified by weather conditions.

  • Penguin colony (120,000 examples). It is a paradise of bird watchers. Magdalena Island, together with Marta small island, make up the natural monument Los Pingüinos, natural habitat of more than 120,000 Magellanic penguins and one of the largest penguin colonies in southern Chile.
    Reach the island is a spectacle. Two hours of sailing through the Straits of Magellan where you can see spectacular panoramic of Punta Arenas, the plains of Tierra del Fuego and oilfields of Cabo Negro or Bahía Laredo. Once there, the landscape is even more beautiful, where penguins, cormorants and sea lions, among others, are the protagonists. During an hour you will see thousands of penguins and nests on a walk through the trails that go from the coast to the top of the island where a lighthouse which is the Environmental Interpretation Center with the history of the Strait and the local fauna. The island has rangers who take care of the ecosystem and guide the visitor if necessary. The group will be accompanied at all times by a local guide. Help us preserve the environment without throwing waste and avoid disturbing the birds. Magdalena is possible to land in an hour and interact with the penguin colony.
    Duration : 4 hrs
    Departure : FLEXIBLE
    Includes : Regular tour in the motor boat, Bilingual Tour Guide, Ticket to Penguin Natural Reserve
    Does Not include : Lunch.
    Recommendation : Wear warm cloth, Gloves, cap. This tour could be modified by weather conditions.
    Note : Photo flashing is not allowed. The island has no commerce. There is snack and restroom service in the motorboat.

  • We head to the northwest of Punta Arenas for a few minutes along the famous Strait of Magellan. After advancing about 25kms ride to an unpaved road to begin to see the steppe landscape characteristic of the zone and native trees as ñires that are embraced by the wind. Upon reaching the entrance of the colony of penguins we will begin a walk on wooden walkways that guide us on track to reach the vicinity of the burrows and where we can see about a thousand penguins in the watchtowers and along the banks of the Otway Sound.
    We will take the same route back and at one point we will detour by a path that goes up to the Rhea Park where at our arrival we will be receiving with a delicious and typical lunch consisting of roast lamb with Chilean salads .After lunch, we tour the park to see ostriches and part of the Patagonian fauna of the beautiful guanacos and llamas, condors, foxes, King Penguins, Magellanic Penguins and diverse birds like Sheldgeese, Southern Caracaras among others. The parting of our trip will be with the presentation of a small shearing show that will show the technique used by the shepherds of the area. Return to your hotel or pier.
    Duration : 7 hrs
    Departure : 9:00
    Includes : Regular tour in the motor boat, Bilingual Tour Guide, Ticket to Penguin Natural Reserve
    Does Not include : Lunch.
    Recommendation : Wear warm cloth, Gloves, cap. We recommend you to visit Otway Sound between middle of October until Beginning of March.
    Note : This tour could be modified by weather conditions.

  • Departure from your hotel or pier. We drive 8 kms. by car to west of Punta Arenas to access the premises of the Club Andino (private site), rather than in winter ski center functions as natural and has the distinction of being the only one in the world with an ocean view. In spring and summer it offers us the possibility to visit its thirteen tracks that are suitable as hiking trails.
    Optionally you can access the Magellanic Forest Reserve by CONAF which is bordered by the Club Andino. In both places we can take a variety of walks from levels that do not require physical demands, and also in the paths of native forests dominated by beech and ñires, many regional shrubs in spring and red fruits are thus up Fenton Mount with its 1200 m so that when we get up, we can surprise us with the beautiful view that we will have our backs to Punta Arenas and the famous Strait of Magellan. If it’s clear, we can also see the Big Island of Tierra del Fuego.
    Descent by the same path we have traveled to return to your hotel in Punta Arenas.
    Duration : 3 hrs
    Departure : 9:00
    Includes : Private Tour, Bilingual Tour Guide, Flexibility, Ticket to Club Andino or Magellan Forest Reserve.
    Does Not include : Lunch.

  • We offer our guests a demonstration of the work done by the sheep dogs and give a brief explanation of the origin and training. The show is given by one of the children of the owners of the estancia.
    Afterward we will visit the sheep shearing shed where we will see a sheep being sheared, together with an explanation about the animal and a brief insight of the treatment of the wool and the wool industry. The shearing is done by a shearer that has trained in New Zealand.
    The last demonstration will be a visit to the “Media Luna” rodeo ring at the estancia where we will see a demo of the training done with a Criollo horse. It will start with the origin of the Chilean horse its evolution and adaptation to the conditions graphically of the country; its use in livestock farming and the Chilean rodeo. After we show the rein movement of the horse and its versatility in the estancia and how one would train the horse for the Chilean rodeo.
    After the last demonstration the guests will be taken to the quincho to enjoy a traditional patagonic barbecue with potatoes and salad prepared with homegrown vegetables. Before the lunch is served we will offer you a traditional Pisco sour or red wine aperitif or non alcoholic refreshment with a home-baked empanada.
    Duración: 7 hrs
    Hora de Inicio: 9:00
    Includes: Private Tour, Bilingual Tour Guide, Flexibility, Breakfast, Appetizer, Sheep and Horse Shows, Lunch
    Does Not include:

  • Departure from the pier heading 5 kilometers north of Punta Arenas. After preparing the kayaks/zodiac and receiving a safety briefing we start kayaking near the shore of the Strait to the northern side (a location called Río Seco). We can continue paddling and admiring the beautiful landscapes of the surroundings. If you are experienced at this, the kayaking can take two hours and then we will go back to Punta Arenas.
    After 2 hrs of kayaking we will return back to base where they will be waiting for us with a kayaking snack (soft drinks, coffee, tea, cookies and biscuits).
    Duration :4 hrs
    Depature: 9:00am
    Includes: Private Tour, Bilingual Tour Guide, Flexibility, Snack (tea/coffee, cookies), Water Suites.
    Does Not include: Lunch
    Recommendation: Bring cloth of change.

  • Departure from your hotel or pier. We drive about 42 kms. approx. south of Punta Arenas along the Strait of Magellan. We invite you to enjoy a new adventure sport that gives you access to the tops of the trees and make a circuit by steel cables, suspension bridges, zip lines and tunnels, passing through 10 platforms in the middle of a forest of Lengas and Coihues Trees. We will always be accompanied by guides and instructors of the estate.
    Duration : 4 hrs
    Depature : 9:00am
    Includes : Private Tour, Bilingual Tour Guide, Flexibility, Canopy Equipment.
    Does not include : Lunch

From Pto. Montt

  • Half Day.Enjoy a pleasant city tour of Puerto Montt, capital of the Lake District, and the nearby scenic towns of Puerto Varas and Frutillar. Driving through Puerto Montt you’ll see the colourful singular houses, the neo-Classical Cathedral in the Plaza de Armas and the picturesque Angelmo Fishing Wharf. Leaving Puerto Montt, travel north passing the lush countryside to the town of Puerto Varas overlooking Lake Llanquihue, Chile’s second largest lake.
    We’ll pass through the countryside to Frutillar, a picturesque village founded in 1856 by German settlers and known for its traditional German-style architecture. As you explore this charming city, enjoy a drive through the old district and along the coastal avenue and visit to the German Colonial Museum. Brief stops will be made at the regional handicraft markets. Also visit the new lakeside theatre where the famous “Semanas Musicales de Frutillar” summer concerts are held. Frutillar is famous for its delicious sweet pastry.
    When you get back to Puerto Montt, a brief stop will be made to browse handicraft markets to search for some souvenirs to bring home!

    Duration : 4 hrs
    Departure : 9:00
    Includes : Private Tour, Bilingual Tour Guide, Flexibility, Mineral Water.
    Does Not include : -Lunch, Admissions (museums, etc.)

  • Puerto Montt is the capital of the Lakes District, one of the most spectacular areas of Chile where beautiful lakes and dozens of active volcanoes dominate the landscape.
    In Puerto Montt your city tour includes the picturesque Angelmo Fishing Wharf and colorful Handicraft market. Your tour continues through the wild beauty of Chile’s Lake District, looking the charming city of Puerto Varas and Lake Llanquihue, South America’s third largest lake, and the impressive snow-capped Osorno Volcano. The drive continues along the shore side and passes through the village of Ensenada to the emerald green Lake Todos Los Santos where you will enjoy more breathtaking views of the Osorno Volcano. A stop will be made to walk along the Petrohue River and view the falls cascading over the hard volcanic rocks. A brief stop will be made at a local handicraft market during the tour.
    Tour order may be changed to alleviate congestion.
    Tour concludes at the Airport, Hotel or Pier.

    Duration : 7 hrs
    Departure : 8:30
    Includes : Private Tour, Bilingual Tour Guide, Flexibility, Mineral Water, Petrohué Falls Ticket.
    Does Not include : Lunch, Admissions (museums, etc.)
    Recommendation : Warm Cloth, rain coat, comfortable shoes, sun glasses, sun block cream.

  • Your tour begins with a narrated drive through Puerto Montt pointing out places of interest such as the Main Square with its Neo-Classical Cathedral. Travelling out of the city, we’ll drive through the picturesque town of Puerto Varas, where you will have a view of Lake Llanquihue and the snow-capped Osorno Volcano. Your journey continues to the small village of Ensenada reaching the Petrohue Falls. You’ll experience the picturesque setting of a succession of emerald green rapids against a backdrop of mountains to the East. There will be ample time to explore the area by foot.
    Continuing the journey, we will go on to Vicente Pérez Rosales National Park and up the Osorno Volcano Ski and Mountain Center, at an altitude of 1,300 mt (4265 ft) asl. When you reach La Burbuja sector, you will enjoy the panoramic views and will be able to take pictures of the unique view of the summit of the volcanoes Osorno and Calbuco with their snow-covered peaks and of Lake Llanquihue. You will also have the chance to enjoy the views from a chairlift if you wish to do so.
    The park is home to extensive native flora of millennial Alerce, Coihue, Lenga, Tepa, Arrayan, Mañio, Notro and over 600 other species.
    The outstanding animal life is represented by Puma, Pudu, Coipos, beaven, fox, forest monkey, and the great Andean Small Deer, PUDU.
    Tour order may be changed to alleviate congestion.
    Tour concludes at the Airport, Hotel or Pier.
    Duration: 7 hrs
    Departure: 8:30
    Includes: Private Tour, Bilingual Tour Guide, Flexibility, Mineral Water, National Park Ticket.
    Does Not include : Lunch, Admissions (museums, etc.)
    Recommendation: Warm Cloth, light jacket, comfortable shoes, sun glasses, sun block cream.
    Note: This tour could be modified by weather conditions.

  • Our trip will be directly to Cerro Philippi. The first platform of this canopy adventure is located on the top of the hill. The canopy consists of a series of platforms firmly built on high treetops. These platforms are joined by means of steel cables. You will receive the highest quality equipment such as harnesses used for professional climbing and a short briefing on how to use the equipment. Now you are ready to start this amazing descent traveling from tree to tree and platform to platform using pulleys on horizontal traverse cables, as they sail through the treetops of the rainforest canopy, and over the trails far below.
    Expert guides assist you in this exciting journey through the different layers of the Osorno volcano forests and explain what to expect, from the time you leave the ground, until you rappel back down to the forest floor.
    The tour takes approximately 1 to 2 hours to complete, with a total of 7 platforms.
    Because of the spectacular natural resources found here, large areas have been declared National parks in order to preserve the remains of native forests which once covered the greater part of southern Chile, including pure stands of the emblematic 2000 years-old “Araucaria”, with its unmistakable umbrella shape, and the “Alerce”, a conifer known to reach over 3000 years of age.
    Among, the natural jungle that burst into flowers on this volcanic and porous soil, you will find great trees like the white Ulmo and the red Notro; or cascades of wild Fuchsias and unique “COPIHUES”.
    According of your time You can combine this adventure with the excursion PETROHUE FALLS. At the end of this adventure, we have time for well deserved lunch (not included).
    Duration: 7 hrs
    Departure : 8:30
    Includes: Private Tour, Bilingual Tour Guide, Flexibility, Mineral Water.
    Does Not include : Lunch, Canopy Ticket.
    Note: This Tour requires a minimum of 4 passengers. This tour could be modified by weather conditions.

  • This tour will take you to visit Lahuen Ñadi National Park which has the only central valley larch forest with medium-age specimens, with a trunk diameter between 30 and 60 cms where you will walk for about one hour through the beautiful landscapes. Here you will find lovely trails, great bird watching, native animals and flowers, and species like the chucao tapaculos, black-throated huet huets, Darwin’s toads, choroys, monitos del monte, hares and chingues. The opportunity for some great photos!
    Next, you will reboard your vehicle and travel to visit the Felmer Museum ( Museum of the Colonization), sited in the locality of New Braunau, at a short distance from de Puerto Varas, in the midst of the countryside of the German colonization in the 1850s.
    Your last stop will be the beautiful city of Puerto Varas, also called the “city of roses”. Lake Llanquihue, one of Chile’s largest lakes, where the reflection of the eternal snow that covers the Osorno Volcano is mirrored in the clear waters. Before arriving back at the cruise ship pier, you will stop to visit the typical market of Angelmo for a little bit of shopping.
    Possible activities are:
    • Hiking on foot trails – an easier option than trekking, and lasting a shorter time (one day, with a picnic).
    • Bird Watching, with flying, behavior and Chilean habitat included.
    • Flora and fauna sighting, consisting of strolls through wild areas to admire animals and flowers.
    • Photography, consisting of taking indoor or outdoor shots at (authorized) places.
    Duration : 6-7 hrs
    Departure : 8:30
    Includes : Private Tour, Bilingual Tour Guide, Flexibility, Mineral Water, National Park Ticket.
    Does Not include : Lunch.
    Recommendation : Please wear layered clothing and comfortable walking shoes

  • Our trip will be directly to Cerro Philippi. The first platform of this canopy adventure is located on the top of the hill. The canopy consists of a series of platforms firmly built on high treetops. These platforms are joined by means of steel cables. You will receive the highest quality equipment such as harnesses used for professional climbing and a short briefing on how to use the equipment. Now you are ready to start this amazing descent traveling from tree to tree and platform to platform using pulleys on horizontal traverse cables, as they sail through the treetops of the rainforest canopy, and over the trails far below.
    Expert guides assist you in this exciting journey through the different layers of the Osorno volcano forests and explain what to expect, from the time you leave the ground, until you rappel back down to the forest floor.
    The tour takes approximately 1 to 2 hours to complete, with a total of 7 platforms.
    Because of the spectacular natural resources found here, large areas have been declared National parks in order to preserve the remains of native forests which once covered the greater part of southern Chile, including pure stands of the emblematic 2000 years-old “Araucaria”, with its unmistakable umbrella shape, and the “Alerce”, a conifer known to reach over 3000 years of age.
    Among, the natural jungle that burst into flowers on this volcanic and porous soil, you will find great trees like the white Ulmo and the red Notro; or cascades of wild Fuchsias and unique “COPIHUES”.
    According of your time You can combine this adventure with the excursion PETROHUE FALLS. At the end of this adventure, we have time for well deserved lunch (not included).
    Duration: 7 hrs
    Departure : 8:30
    Includes: Private Tour, Bilingual Tour Guide, Flexibility, Mineral Water.
    Does Not include : Lunch, Canopy Ticket.
    Note: This Tour requires a minimum of 4 passengers. This tour could be modified by weather conditions.

  • NATURE & TRADITIONAL EQUESTRIAN SHOW.
    Drive through Puerto Montt, pass by the main square and stop on one of the hills for a panoramic view of the city. Continue to Puerto Varas where you’ll have a magnificent view of Lake Llanquihue with snow-covered volcanoes reflecting in the clear waters. This is South America’s third largest natural lake. On the east side you’ll find a charming German-style village where you’ll stop at a handicraft market. Then drive to Fundo Olguita a real Chilean farm and learn about the ‘huaso,’ the typical Chilean cowboy, their traditions, food, games, and costumes. Enjoy a horse skills show with pure bred Chilean horses. Afterward, typical food is served, accompanied by some of the finest local wines while you are entertained by a folkloric show.
    Duration : 6 hrs
    Departure : 8:30
    Includes : Private Tour, Bilingual Tour Guide, Flexibility, Appetizer, Empanadas, Pisco Sour, Horse Show, Lunch.
    Does Not include :

  • Picking up at Puerto Montt. Then passing by Puerto Varas… then Llanquihue lake up to Río Petrohué where you’ll enjoy with the specialized Rafting Guide which you could join with other rafting lovers with a 30 minutes of rafting training then 2 hrs on the water down for along 13 kms of distance. At the end you will enjoy a a delicious lunch. Then transfer back to Cruise Terminal.
    Duration on the water : 2 hours on the water – 13 kms on the river
    Experience needed : knowledge of swimming
    Intensity : Accessible to everyone. Rapids are class III / IV
    Limits : Minimum age is 12
    Includes : Neoprene wet suits and booties – paddling jackets – USCG homologated pfds and helmets.
    What to bring : Swimming suit – Towel – Capelin, T Shirt
    Food : Appetizers served at the base after the trip.
    Best Time : During Spring High water it is great for adventurous people. During Summer Low Water it is perfect for the whole family.
    Minimum of passengers : 4
    Maximum : 60
    Ratio guests per guide : Maximum 1 / 8
    What kind of public? : Nature and Outdoor lovers. Families, friends, Companies groups
    Good to mix with : Kayak – Mountain Bike – Canyoning – Trekking
    Why Rafting with us? : Guides’ experience (main rafting company in the Lakes district), easy logistics and the best gear (2009 pfds, Sotar 14 footer rafts…)
    Duration : 7 hrs
    Departure : 8:30
    Includes : Private Tour, Bilingual Tour Guide, Flexibility, Lunch, Rafting Equipments.
    Does Not include :
    Note : This Tour requires a minimum of 4 passengers. 1 Guide per 8 guests.

  • The Rio Futaleufu begins in the Argentina Andes as the Rio Tigre. After flowing through several lakes in the Parque National Los Alerces, it emerges as the Rio Futaleufu, which means Rio Grande in Spanish. With a volume of between 6000cfs and 25,000cfs, this large river passes through the glacial- carved granite valleys and canyons of Chile’s Patagonia, where the snow-capped mountains are covered with a temperate hardwood forest. Near Argentina lies the small town of Futaleufu, with 1000 inhabitants.
    From the lake in Argentina to near the small town of Futaleufu (population 1000), the river runs quietly, meandering across the broad valley, until it explodes in the rapids of the Canyon Del Infierno, and continues for 40 kilometers tumbling over big-water rapids until it reaches Lago Yelcho. Below this, the flat water Rio Yelcho lazily flows to the ocean, cutting through a semi-wilderness canyon before reaching the ocean near the town of Chaiten.
    The Rio Futaleufu is famous for its super clear blue-green water, clean well-defined rapids with huge waves, and superb rafting and kayaking. Many world adventure travelers tell us it is the best whitewater in the world, with the backdrop of Patagonia’s incredible mountains and forest.
    Duration : Customized 3 to 10 Days Rafting Programs.
    Departure time :
    Include : Private Tour, Ground Transfers from Puerto Montt or Chaiten or Argentina (Bariloche or Esquel) and return, Bilingual Rafting Guide, All Meals, beverage, Equipment Activities, camping (lodge or cabin optional)
    Does not include : Airfare, extra alcoholic beverages, sleeping bag, pad, tip for guides.
    Note : This Tour requires a minimum of 4 passengers. 1 Guide per 8 guests.
    Our season runs from December 1 through the 1st week of April, with the busy season January and February.