Cattle ranching identity and growing adventure activities focused on travelers merge in this town, gateway to the famous Torres del Paine National Park. Climb Cerro Dorotea to see Puerto Natales from the heights. If you are lucky, at the summit you will be able to see the majestic flight of the condor, which nests on the hill’s vertical walls. Discover the Mylodon Cave and learn about the history of this giant sloth that inhabited this southern area of Chile more than 10,000 years ago or sail through the Última Esperanza fjord and be dazzled by the glaciers that you will find on your way. As not everything is physical effort, enjoy the abundant Patagonian cuisine and take the opportunity to recharge batteries in the excellent hotels that you will find in this destination. A place where wildlife abounds in native forests growing in the middle of a network of fjords, this is Bernardo O’Higgins National Park, home to the Kawésqar ethnic group. In this park, the glaciers of the Southern Ice Fields are the protagonists of the landscape and invite you to tour them in boats and admire their grandeur. Ride through the park on horseback, relax by a campfire and enjoy the sound of nature or camp by the river under the stars that can be seen in the vastness of the sky.