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.

In Puyuhuapi, Coffee?s best friend is Küchen

Here?s a delicious (and foolproof) recipe for sweets fans that will bring back great memories of your trip through Patagonia. And for those who aren?t big fans of the kitchen, there?s always the option of going to enjoy küchen at one of the small cafes in Puyuhuapi.

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Soothing thermal waters + Patagonia landscapes = Magic!

After long days of hiking, sailing, biking, kayaking or horse riding, it is good to take a break and pamper yourself so you are ready to continue the fun. In the Palena ? Queulat area you?ll have lots of different options for relaxing in Patagonian hot springs, each with a completely different style.

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Kayak the Puyuhuapi Channel

This photogenic channel provides a liquid corridor between mountains, forests and rocky islands filled with marine birds and animals. We suggest a half-day kayak tour of these waters before finishing with a well-deserved rest in local hot springs.

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Explore Queulat National Park hiking its many trails

The Queulat National Park can be explored through various hikes that will allow you to experience the forests, rivers, lakes, fjords, waterfalls and hanging glaciers that makes this place unique.

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From the forests of Villa Amengual to the pampas of Alto Río Cisnes

Since the beginning of the twentieth century, the Río Cisnes Estancia has provided jobs and opportunities for the settlers of Villa La Tapera and Alto Río Cisnes. Travel this scenic route to visit this historic estancia.

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The trout of your dreams is waiting for you in Las Torres Lake

If you are a fishing fanatic, the Las Torres Lake National Reserve is the place to visit. With a unique beauty, the Reserve offers a combination of comfortable amenities and beautiful environment; critical factors to inspire your search for the perfect trout. The rest is up to you!

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Have you tried tortas fritas with pebre yet?

Tortas fritas are the Patagonian version of Sopaipillas, doughnuts or beignets, and have been a staple in this area since the time of the pioneers. Here?s your chance to learn how to make them.

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Discover ?bird watching? along the coasts of Aysén

Visiting the coasts of Aysén provides you with a great opportunity to learn about the large number of seabirds that habitat the fjords. Here?s a brief guide to help you identify them.

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Raft the incredible Baker River in Puerto Bertrand

Enjoy the charm of Puerto Bertrand, the village that hosts the headwaters for the beautiful and powerful Baker River. Puerto Bertrand is your basecamp for all things Baker so pick your passion; rafting, fishing, or kayaking, and head this way.

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Head to Frio Lake to Learn how to Bottle the Essence of Patagonia

Artisan fruit-infused liqueurs are found throughout the Chile, but in Aysén they take on unique characteristics. The purity of the water and intense climate provide a special essence to native fruits. When blended with family traditions and expertise, the result is amazing flavor and color - unique concoctions that you won?t be able to resist taking home to share with friends.

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A tremendous legacy awaits you in Villa Cerro Castillo

The tiny village of Cerro Castillo has a tremendous legacy to share, beginning more than 5,000 years ago with the indigenous Tehuelches who left their prints embedded in the rocks near town. Thousands of years later, settlers arrived full of dreams for building new lives at the base of these beautiful towers. Today, their descendants honor their rich gaucho legacy pioneering new adventures and heights.

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Celebrate springtime in Patagonia with a stalk or two of Nalca

Have you noticed a giant plant growing in the humid areas of the Region with long stems, or stalks, H-U-G-E umbrella-shaped leaves and crazy, red flowers that look like something straight out of the movie, Jurassic Park? They're called nalca and their unique flavor makes them one of the favored traditions of spring.

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