9 Day tour from $2,180
Explore the remote and wild Aysen region of Chile. Evergreen forests, emerald coloured lakes and rivers, blue glaciers, hidden valleys and the ever present Andean Mountain range. Trek to Cerro Castillo (2,320 m), an oddly-shaped hill that resembles a castle of rock and ice. Sail Lake General Carrera, where the water has etched cavities and caves out of the marble that surrounds it. Go fly-fishing on the Baker River, the fastest flowing in Chile. Or simply drive to the end of the highway and enjoy the landscapes of Villa O’Higgins.
- REMOTE WILDERNESS
- BREATHTAKING SCENERY
- MARBLE CAVES
- GREAT O’HIGGINS GLACIER
- 8 NIGHTS ACCOMMODATION
- 9 DAYS CAR AS BELOW
- SELF DRIVE KIT AND MAP
JANUARY, FEBRUARY, MARCH, APRIL, OCTOBER, NOVEMBER, DECEMBER
NATURE AND WILDLIFE
A peninsula of solid marble, slowly eroded by waves for 6,000 years is now a labyrinth of marble caves.
Their walls sparkle with reflections of the blue, changing with the light water level.
This small village at the mouth of Chile’s largest river features
wooden walkways instead of streets. It’s known for the wooden houses that sit on stilts above the water, that is also typical of Chiloé.