Independent Tourism

Independent Tourism

If you are one of those people who prefer to call themselves travelers rather than tourists,
who like to travel without haste, you value do independently to not miss any details of a place,
and you are looking for memorable and unique experiences , and then this section of our site is for you.

Amongst the lush rain forests and unpredictable waters of Huichas

In the middle of the tangled geography of channels and islands of the southern Pacific there are a group of beautiful islands known as the Huichas. Here, set amongst lush rain forests and unpredictable waters, you can explore the tiny communities of Puerto Aguirre, Caleta Andrade and Estero Cup.

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A delicious recipe for great times between friends

Paella is a delicious dish of Spanish origin which has the added bonus of being able to be modified depending on the ingredients that exist in a particular area. This version emerged amongst a group of friends and residents of the fjords and channels of Aysén, who were celebrating a long weekend. They succeeded in having a great time and making a special dish that was unforgettable. Now it?s your turn!

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Walk the shores of the Simpson River, surrounded by history and nature

The Simpson River, renowned primarily for its great fly-fishing, is gaining popularity with walkers thanks to a fairly new trail that borders the river, offering a beautiful hike for the whole family amongst exuberant nature just 30 km from the city of Coyhaique.

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Puerto Aysén, from bridge to bridge

Puerto Aysén (Port of Aysén) is the second largest city in the region; full of history and nature, great food and fun. The one thing Puerto Aysén is NOT ? is a port! Take a walking tour of town to learn why there are beached ships and ancient docks in this seemingly misnamed city.

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Explore the back roads and nature of Puerto Aysén

Puerto Aysén is blessed in terms of natural wonders. With lush greenery, towering mountains, numerous lakes and rivers, you?ll quickly discover why Puerto Aysén is so popular with fans of nature photography and outdoor sports.

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Get to know mañihualina style hospitality; it?s a real lifesaver!

Take some time to share the relaxing pace of Villa Mañihuales, famous for its fly-fishing and gaucho style hospitality. When we say that mañihualina style hospitality is a real lifesaver we are not exaggerating; the community spirit and celebrations of Villa Mañihuales have literally saved the lives of hundreds of local families.

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In search of the contrasting landscapes of the Mañihuales sector

Without a doubt, the development and settlement of Patagonia have left traces on its landscapes and culture; contrasts of the delicate balance between livelihood, economic opportunity and healthy natural ecosystems. This half-day circuit takes you off the beaten path to see and consider a variety of these traces for yourself.

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Discover local flavors in the ?picadas? of the capital

Nothing better for making one feel welcome than a generous plate of homemade food. ?Picadas? are those special local restaurants where the food is plentiful and the hosts are authentic, great ambassadors for the identity and traditional gastronomy of a place. Get ready to tour the picadas of Coyhaique, Bon appetit!

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Enjoy these craft beers prepared with the purest waters of Chile

Imagine a tasty artisan brew featuring the pristine waters of the mountain streams flowing from the glaciers of Patagonia. Actually, there?s no need to imagine because each day the selection of small batch brews crafted in Aysén GROWS, and the water makes all the difference! Consider this your official invitation to explore Aysen?s Craft Beer Trail, flowing through the restaurants, bars, breweries and markets.

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Prepare your own empanadas with Aysén style

What better way to learn about Patagonia and its culture than tasting and preparing part of its traditional gastronomy. Here we teach you everything you need to know to impress even the most experienced empanada chefs with this recipe for your choice of beef, ham and cheese, or apple cinnamon fillings.

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Time travel through the streets of Coyhaique

Coyhaique, the capital of the Aysén Region, was founded in 1929. If you have a couple of hours and a bike or good shoes, you can learn about its history and traditions by visiting its neighborhoods and historical landmarks.

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Pedal between curanto and küchen in Puyuhuapi

In addition to panoramic views of the Puyuhuapi Fjord and Queulat National Park, Puyuhuapi is full of unique heritage that mixes the traditions of Germany and Chiloé. It?s the perfect place to explore on two wheels.

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