Simpson River National Reserve:
More than 40.000 acres adorned by peaks over 1.500 meters in height, green valleys and narrow canyons, natural shelters of waterfalls and rapids. This is the result of a rugged geography that rewards its visitors with the perfect scenery to walk around and discover different activities as trekking, fly-fishing and camp under clear skies.
Coyhaique National Reserve:
An adventure that will take you to a natural sanctuary that protects the exotic flora and fauna of the region. As you immerse in this beautiful landscape you will travel through snowed trails for the opportunity to see hanging glaciers and the famous mountain chain of Cerro Castillo. Don’t forget to visit the archeological site Paredon de las Manos.
General Carrera Lake
Embark yourself and sail to discover the incredible Marble Chapel Sanctuary at the largest lake of Chile and explore through the many galleries that these caves hold; a variety of grays, blues and other colors will reflect from the walls and ceilings above turquoise waters. A natural wonder at the heart of Chilean Patagonia.