Duration: Half day
Departure time: Recommended at 09:30 a.m.
Kind of excursion: Cultural
Degree of difficulty: Low
Transfer, bilingual tourist guide, snack and ticket to visit the Municipal Museum are all inclusive.
Puerto Natales, a city where the winds cross and the clouds play an important role when it starts getting dark on the shore of Canal Señoret, which is an accomplice of audacious navigation that tries to connect commercial routes with Europe at the beginning of the twentieth century. By walking we will discover and be part of the history of this remote city that is located in one of the most peaceful and isolated spots on Earth. We will visit the regional museum where we can observe the great cultural clash carried out by the native Patagonian people and the pioneers and the seamen who bravely and boldly began exploring the area and the region. By means of walking around the Main Square, visiting the local shops and the traditional craft fairs, we can become imbued with the place in a close manner.
The promenade takes us back to nature, different kind of birds flutter around the coastal path, whose host wears black neck and white suit, everything enshrined in a horizon of mountains and the pampas. Main avenues, fishermen and panoramic views are part of our journey.