This is one of Chile’s most important ports. The city, situated at the head of the Seno de Reloncaví (Reloncavi Sound) is notable for the interesting architecture that overlooks the bay and for its picturesque surroundings which include lakes, rugged coastlines, islands, and forests. The city of Puerto Montt is the capital of Llanquihue Province in Chile´s Tenth Region, Los Lagos. Almost 27% of the region’s population live in this city, which is home to over 200,000 inhabitants. In and around Puerto Montt you can find forests and lakes, fjords and islands, and, of course, volcanoes.
Puerto Natales is located on the seafront on the eastern shore of the Señoret Channel and opposite the Patagonian Andes. It is the starting point for exploring the beautiful natural scenery of the surrounding area, including the Torres del Paine National Park, the Milodon Cave Natural Monument, and the Los Glaciares National Park in Argentina. Puerto Natales is the capital of Ultima Esperanza province and is part of Chilean Patagonia.
Puerto Edén is a port town in southern Chile, situated south of the Gulf of Penas on the western shore of the Paso del Indio, on Wellington Island. The Bernardo O’Higgins National Park, the largest in Latin America, covers the whole of Wellington Island. Approximately 6,000 years ago, the island’s coasts were inhabited by native canoeing peoples, the ancestors of the modern day Kawésqar.
Bajo Cotopaxi is located in the Messier Channel, opposite Williams Island. The English ship "COTOPAXI" ran aground here in early 1889. The ex "Capitán Leonidas" ship is stranded at the north end of Cotopaxi where it can still be seen. To explore the history of this area, you can rely on Navimag to get you there. We are the leading Patagonian adventure provider.