Patagonia’s largest city, Punta Arenas is also the regional capital and the traditional port of entry, whether by air, land, or sea. Home to several museums, it’s a base for excursions to historical sites, nearby penguin colonies, and whale-watching areas.
These three classic Patagonia road trips–covering the Northern Coast, the Southern Coast, and the Andes–are week-long itineraries that can be combined to explore this intriguing region for a longer period, up to 15 days or ideally more.
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Even today, few visitors see Tierra del Fuego’s splendid fjords, which have barely changed since Darwin described them in 1833. Learn more about taking a cruise through the Beagle Channel and the Avenida de los Glaciares.
Puerto Williams is the so-called “Capital of Antarctica” and gateway to the rugged Dientes de Navarino backcountry circuit, a five-day slog through soggy mountainous terrain. Here’s a little about the town, its sights, and how to get there.