Maduro Travel Aruba
A vast region spanning 402,000 square miles that’s shared between Argentina and Chile, Patagonia essentially constitutes the whole southern tip of South America and is naturally divided by the Andes, South America’s mountainous backbone. Sparsely populated, just 10% of this remote and wild corner of the world is Chilean.
Given that the most southerly point of Chilean Patagonia is just 900 miles from Antarctica, expect the unexpected on the weather front. While single-digit temperatures year-round are the norm in Punta Arenas — where you can experience snow and sun in an hour — the Chiloé archipelago in northern Patagonia enjoys a sunny summer with average 68 degree days.
|Day 1||Fly directly from Aruba to Punta Arenas. Transfer to Puerto Natales and visit Otway Estuary, penguin colony. Overnight at Pto. Natales at IF Hotel Patagonia with views of Ultima Esperanza Fjord|
|Day 2||All-day boat trip to the Balmaceda and Serrano Glaciers Evening at leisure|
|Day 3||Full day excursion to Torres del Paine National Park one the natural wonders of the earth|
|Day 4||Another day at Torres del Paine National Park. Overnight in the hotel Singular Patagonia|
|Day 5||Transfer from Puerto Natales to Punta Arenas for your flight to Santiago|
|Day 6||Santiago at leisure|
|Day 7||Transfer to Airport for return flight to Aruba|
- All hotel accommodations
- All transfers (bus, boat, to / from Airport)
Prices are based on Double Occupancy