Punta Arenas Tours
Important - Please read!
Starting Jan. 01, 2013, we continue to happily organize any of the tours below for anyone who is staying at our. We will do this only when you are here in Punta Arenas, but we will no longer accept reservation through the Internet.
Why? ... 'cause, over the years, we have continuously been growing as a business - slowly but surely - until the only thing we were doing was answering e-mails - without even noticing it at first!
Since life in front of a computer screen is not even close to the reason, why we love to live and play in Patagonia, we had to cut back and decided to focus on running our Bed & Breakfast with plenty of face-to-face conversations about all your options in Patagonia and Tierra del Fuego.
Sorry for the inconvenience this may cause you and thanks for understanding our choice!
Punta Arenas and its surroundings are surprisingly diverse: Discover southern Patagonia with the following exciting trips!
Whether you would like to indulge in historic events at Fort Bulnes, stare in awe at the volcanic landscape surrounding Pali Aike National Park or watch the Magellanic penguins waddle along the shore at Magdalena Island (with 2 options: "big boat" and "small boat"), Patagonia is giving you a very warm welcome!
New in our program: observe King Penguins at Tierra del Fuego - this is a truely quite a sensation!
Looking for something more active? How about a kayak tour on the legandary Strait of Magellan, including the new full-day sea kayaking tour to San Isidro Lighthouse or a horseback riding tour with true gauchos to explore the typical Patagonian landscape?
Or maybe you are looking for something a little longer? Consider observing humpack whales on Carlos III Island, where you will spend 3 days and 2 nights surrounded by the beautfiul flora and fauna of Francisco Coloane Marine Park.
Whale Watching Tour - Observe Humpback Whales (Megaptera novaeangliae) on Carlos III Island in Francisco Coloane Marine Park, Strait of Magellan - 3 days, 2 nights