Few places on Earth can rival the sheer beauty, majesty, and unspoiled wilderness that is Patagonian Chile. A land where the Earth's elements have woven a tapestry of dazzling landscapes, from turquoise lakes to towering mountains, from endless forests to sprawling ice fields. This is a place were nature reigns supreme.
The Aysén region in Chile is one of the last completely untouched patches of earth. It takes some effort to get there via the Carretera Austral, but your eyes will thank you. WideOyster explored this mountainous region and went rafting on the Rio Baker, kayaking in the marble caves and we hiked up Cerro Castillo
Attractively rugged. That’s what you could call the waters of the Beagle Channel. Marco Barneveld and Frits Meyst went sailing on SY Serendipia from Puerto Williams on Isla Navarino in Chile to the glaciers of the Darwin Range mountains and Alberto de Agostini National Park.
Hotel Las Torres Patagonia is the perfect starting point to discover the beauty of Torres del Paine National Park in Chile. This former ranch keeps the gaucho culture, also known as Baqueanos, alive, sustainably and holistically. The guanacos, pumas (and us) are happy about it.
The Patagonian Route of Parks is an invitation to adventure, a journey through Southern Chilean landscapes that challenge the imagination and awaken the essence of the human spirit. Millenary forests, majestic mountains, impressive glaciers, and wild coasts that stretch to the horizon.
Punta Arenas is a unique city. Located along the mythical Strait of Magellan. Once it was one of the most beautiful cities in Chile thanks to its geographical location and its unique history. Nowadays Punta Arenas is the jump off point to explore Antarctica and the Southern regions of Chile
Kayak, hike, camp, eat, repeat. Javier Gonzalez explores the end of the South American continent on one of his adventures. There, where the maps were once marked ‘Terra Australis Incognita’, the unknown territory, now belonging to Patagonia, Chile. Of Awascars and Selkmans, of navigators, explorers, and settlers.