The firt stop will be made in the thousand-year-old Milodón cave. A enormous natural accident with an incalculable anthropological value where is believed that the Patagonia primitive man lived close to the Milodón , a extinct herbivorous animal.
Visiting this glacier is admiring a majestic place almost untouched by man and it s only possible to get across the Ultima Esperanza Gulf. It is the Balmaceda Mount at an altitude of 2.035 mts, one the areas of the Bernardo O higgins National Park and it s part of the Andes range. Once the coast is passed around , the ship gets closer to the sea wolves reserve in order to finally get the mount.
From a small museum containing all the information on the cavern formation, converges a path leading you to the 30 mts height, 70 mts. wide and 200 mts deep cave.
On this site, in 1896 the Captain Ebenhard found a very well preserved piece of skin, bones, fur and excrement that came from a prehistoric animal called Milodón. Its figure made of fiberglass becomes smaller inside the cave. ( as seen on image )
In 3 hours we will know the most important points of Puerto Natales, the waterfront, the main viewpoints, pioneer homes, the craft village Ether Aike, the square of the four villages and Braun Blanchard Pier