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Nati was very kind and knowledgeable and willing to talk and answer any questions you had. I reccommend this tour if you want to visit the park but ... More more right

Review for Nati Cruz, Tour guide in Puerto Natales City, Chile

We sent two fantastic days with Hanu in Atacama. Very interresting comments and indepth knowledge of the area. Amazing drinks while watching the sun ... More more right

Review for Hanu Francisco Ugarte, Tour guide in Puerto Natales City, Chile

3 weeks in Atacama desert with Hanu and Sofia; out of the general ways, so almost alone to feel the reality of a desert !3 weeks in North Patagonia, ... More more right

Review for Chile Unique , Tour guide in Puerto Natales City, Chile

About Puerto Natales City

Few towns in South America can boast such a handsome location as. The snow-mantled ridges of Chilean Patagonia shoulder their way above it, rising and rising until they come to the dagger-like peaks of the famous Torres del Paine. This proximity to the latter is one of the foremost reasons for Puerto Natales status as South America's best bucket-list trekking destination. The town itself is a timber-clad array of painted cabins and salt-washed jetties, bobbing fishing boats and the ubiquitous rises of one whitewashed, Spanish-style Cathedral. Tourism is the main industry here, catering to the ever-increasing footfalls of the outdoorsy types, and the reason there are now so many Puerto Natales City tour guides offering outfitting services out into the wilds. Of course, there are plenty of other fascinating pursuits in this rugged cutout of Ultima Esperanza, from boating through the fjords to horseback riding in the ranges of Cerro Benitez. Just don't forget the thermals!