Northern Patagonia


Northern Patagonia is a land of boundless natural beauty, breathtaking landscapes and is perhaps one of the few places in the world still left untouched by humankind.

Bordered by the Lakes and Volcanoes District to the North, Argentina to the east, Southern Patagonia to the South and the Pacific Ocean to the west, Northern Patagonia can be reached in a number of ways, the most common being through the Balmaceda airport, served by flights from Santiago. Other options include driving along the Carretera Austral, parts of which are connected by ferries, or taking the small plane that flies from Puerto Montt.

This enchanting and wild area, generously endowed with native forests, millennia-old glaciers, and outstanding adventures, awaits visitors all year round, although the weather is best between October and April.