Balmaceda and Serrano Glaciers are located inside of one of the most important national parks in the country. Bernardo O’Higgins National Park is the largest in Chile, reaching occupy two regions. We begin navigating the Last Hope Fjord towards our goal: Glaciers Balmaceda and Serrano. Know some history of Puerto Natales, specifically Fridge Bories National Historic Landmark, and we’ll stop by the wall Cormorants, then approach the waterfall and cliffs of the Condors.
Navigation continues towards Mount Balmaceda and appreciate the glacier of the same name. We will follow the route and disembark in Puerto Toro to start the walk by a native forest coigües, ñirres and ciruelillos to get very close to the glacier wall Serrano. Once on the boat we enjoy an appetizer with glacier ice.
At lunch the inevitable return “Magellanic roasted stick” in a typical stay in the area.
This tour lasts approximately 10 hours.
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