The Dientes de Navarino circuit is known worldwide as the southernmost trekking in the world located right on the end of the world route, in Chilean Patagonia. In our itinerary, we include a complete experience: from the trip that will take us from the capital city of Santiago to Punta Arenas, from where we will depart by plane to Puerto Williams on Navarino Island to rest at the Hostal Akainij, a comfortable and with all the familiar warmth of its owners in an environment unmatched like the one Puerto Williams provides. With this great preamble, we begin our circuit through Los Dientes de Navarino, which from the beginning shows us a spectacular Patagonian landscape: you will be able to observe the entire palette of green colors, native forest (such as lengas, coigües), endemic fauna, lagoons everywhere , and much more. Here, you can connect with nature and Patagonian beauty. Throughout the circuit you will be able to observe the majestic Teeth of Navarino, each more than a thousand meters high. It will certainly surprise you from start to finish.
– Type of activity: Trekking.
– Difficulty: Easy- Medium.– Experience and technical capacity required of the client: No experience or technical capacity is required.
– Trekking Distance: 32 kilometres (Total).
The ideal time to do this circuit is between December and March. This, because the heavy rains and winds during those months lowers its intensity.
PICK UP:Address or meeting point agreed with the client.
DROP OFF: Address or meeting point agreed with the client.
ROUTE TRAVEL: Santiago de Chile Airport- Punta Arenas Airport- Puerto Williams Aerodrome, Navarino Island.
DAYS OF TRAVEL AND TOURS: 3 Days (Santiago/ Punta Arenas/ Puerto Williams/ Punta Arenas/ Santiago).
DAYS OF TREKKING (CIRCUIT): 6 Days.
TOTAL DAYS OF ACTIVITY: 9 Days (including transfer days).
DAY 1: Santiago de Chile- Punta Arenas – Puerto Williams (Hostal), Navarino Island.
DAY 2: Puerto Williams (Hostal) – Circuito Dientes de Navarino – Banderas Summit – El Salto Lagoon (Camp).
DAY 3: El Salto Lagoon (Camp) – Windhood Lake detour- Monte Betinelli (camp).
DAY 4: Monte Betinelli (camp)- Monte Betinelli Summit – Escondida Lagoon (camp).
DAY 5: Escondida Lagoon (camp) – Martillo Lagoon (Camp).
DAY 6: Lagoon Martillo (camp) – Los Guanacos Lagoon (Camp).
DAY 7: Los Guanacos Lagoon – MacLean Fishery – Puerto Williams (Hostal).
DAY 8: Rest Day in hostal and Tour through tourist attractions of Puerto Williams.
DAY 9: Puerto Williams – Punta Arenas – Santiago de Chile.
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We work only with 4×4 cars equipped for the mountain (comfortable and with great capacity to travel mountain roads).
We work with groups that, in general, do not exceed six people per outing (which helps us to provide a more personalized service, in which a more familiar and concentrated atmosphere is generated).
Allmountain is certified by Sernatur (Certification of Tourist Guides; Certification in Adventure Tourism, sub-areas of: High Mountain, hiking, trekking, climbing) and is currently registered in the Registry of Tourism Service Providers of the same institution.
Our guides are people with experience in the field and have the required certifications to work in these activities (certifications that are also being updated), such as: Wilderness First Responder (WFR) Certification.
In each activity, we privilege the provision of a sustainable service: we use recyclable and organic products, we promote the principles of NDR (Leave No Trace), we promote local tourism, etc.
If you want to participate in a trekking or expedition and you do not have the technical equipment to do so, Allmountain includes them within each activity (if required). Example: tent, crampons, ice axe, helmet, etc.
In every trekking, Expedition, Mountain Tour or climbing outing, we bet on a:
Souvenirs from local artisans: we visit cultural centers, museums, craft fairs in order to promote the consumption of products from local communities and that our customers interact with them to take a complete experience of the local community and their customs, food and others.
We use soaps and natural cleaning products that do not contaminate the land, water of the places we visit.
We use glass containers and after each activity we separate and recycle the garbage produced during our outings.
We try to clean the places we visit or bring the garbage we find.
Solar battery chargers: we use solar battery chargers to charge our cell phones, cameras and other electronic items.