Patagonian Fjords Route
Disconnect and sail Patagonia like the old times
This voyage is an excellent option for people traveling from Puerto Montt to Puerto Natales (or back), a city which is only 115 km from the Torres del Paine National Park.
Instead of making the journey by plane, you can sail across and contemplate the beauty of the Patagonian fjords and its incredible flora and fauna.
The Navimag Experience
We are not a cruise, but a ferry, that is to say, a transport vessel of goods and passengers. Although we could say that we are a hostel that navigates across Patagonia.
Our service is designed for people who are not looking for luxuries, but rather an authentic journey. For slow travelers and backpackers who want to enjoy the romanticism of traveling in a vessel from the 70's worthy of the the memorable filmed voyages of Jacques Cousteau, and who wish to live the adventure at the end of the world including inclement weather, the disconnection and relaxation that only a remote area can offer, no phone signal, while contemplating the majestic beauty of the Patagonian fjords in southern Chile, some of them untouched areas.
Download our brochure to learn more details about this trip.
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