South of the city of Coyhaique is Lake General Carrera, also known as Chelenko, the largest lake in Chile and the second largest in South America. In Puerto Tranquilo and on the shores of this lake, you will navigate through the surreal landscapes of this incredible location until you arrive at the Marble Chapels, an extraordinary rock formation carved throughout centuries by wind and water that kept a noble material, marble, on its interiors. In an early departure from Coyhaique, the trip begins passing through Cerro Castillo National Reserve where we will have a brief stop, then continue until we reach Puerto Tranquilo. We will sail to the lake until we find the various forms, which have given their name to the place. During this navigation, you will have the time to enjoy the different wonders this place has to offer. After this amazing experience, you will head back to your accommodation.
- Transfer and navigation to Marble Caves.
- Local guide
What to bring?:
- Outdoor clothing ( wind-cheater and waterproof)
- Sun glasses with UV filter
- Minimum: 02 People
- Maximum: 05 People. Up to 06 pax applies an additional cost.
- Activity subject to wind and weather conditions.