TREKKING IN MAGALLANES RESERVE
The Magallanes Reserve is located on the outskirts of the city of Punta Arenas, a city that traces its origins to the 1500s, when Ferdinand Magellan discovered the strait that now bears his name, the path linking Magallanes National Reserves and constitutes Parrillar a must travel for citizens of Punta Arenas, as well as for those who make a stopover in the city travel is a protected wilderness area with an area of ??over 20,000 hectares.
The tour starts from your hotel, and then a few minutes to take a gravel road that leads to the reserve. Once there we take a road four kilometers surrounded by the Patagonian forest, and that leads us to the trailhead where we start a walk of about half an hour. During the hike we will see different species of local flora such as rosemary, lenga and coigüe among others, and some birds finches, owls, thrushes, sparrows and tiuques.
From the path also we have a panoramic view of the river valley of the mines on their way to the Strait of Magellan. The return along the same path.
Private service just for you and your group. Entrance included for national passengers, foreigners must pay a supplement of around US$ 5 per person
Departure days: Every day, Previous reservation
End Time: 13:00
Duration: 3 To 4 Hours
Trekking in Magallanes Reserve, begins in all the hotels in the central area of Punta Arenas
Cancellations and refunds:
You have up to 2 business days to cancel your reservation