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General Carrera Lake

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Picture yourself sailing through the very heart of Patagonia on turquoise waters rippled by the constant breezes. Come aboard and discover the splendor of Chile’s largest lake! This body of water shared by two countries reaches the town of Chile Chico on its southern shore, an oasis with a temperate climate and thriving agriculture. It also offers a direct route to reach Argentina.

Embarking at the Port of Río Tranquilo, head first to the incredible Marble Chapel Nature Sanctuary to visit its network of caves, especially the famous ‘Chapel’ and ‘Cathedral’ caverns. Get ready to kayak through the many tunnels whose unique colors, textures and volumes make for an amazing photographic record. This natural wonder is undoubtedly one of the highlights of Chilean Patagonia.

If you’re an outdoor enthusiast, you’ll enjoy sport fishing, horse riding or trekking to see the fantastic flora and fauna on the shores of this great lake. In need of a proper rest? Relax and recharge your batteries at one of the luxurious lodges in the area, where you’ll enjoy first-rate accommodation and scrumptious food.




One of the most isolated natural treasures of the world, the Marble Caves (Capillas de Mármol) are a series of sculpted caves in the General Carrera Lake in the heart of Patagonia. The Cathedral, the Chapel and the Cave are the three formations that make up this natural spectacle that will certainly leave you breathless.

Keep your eyes wide open to admire the black and white columns reflected on the blue waters. A true dream for photography lovers.



You’ll find the third largest ice field in the world located in the heart of Patagonia, Campos de Hielo Norte. These are stunning natural formations famous for their odd shapes, colors ranging from white to blue, and where the sound of a falling piece of ice can give your goose bumps. Hike through the San Rafael Lagoon National Park, home of the San Rafael, Exploradores, Leones, Nef, Soler, and Steffen Glaciers.

Face Mount San Valentín fearlessly, the highest mountain in Chilean Patagonia and a magnet for scientific expeditions seeking the answers to climate change in its eternal ice. For sport lovers, this is the wildest white giant at the end of the world.



Located in the evergreen Patagonia, this park offers cinematographic landscapes with an incredibly rich biodiversity. Here you can see animals like the southern viscacha (chinchilla like rodent), the bobcat and the sneaky puma.

Live the adventure of a three-day trek, ride through the mountains on mountain bike or just behold the immense beauty of the area while fly-fishing or on a boat trip.