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SEA EXPEDITION
TO NORTHERN PATAGONIA
Duration: 8 days | Group: 7 people
11.08.22 — 18.08.22 | 19.08.22 — 26.08.22
27.08.22 — 03.09.22 | 04.09.22 — 11.09.22
12.09.22 — 19.09.22 | 20.09.22 — 27.09.22
28.09.22 — 05.10.22 | 07.10.22 — 24.10.22
We invite you to explore the majesty of the region with us.



Here the vastness of open water comes along with intimacy of tiny inlets between the steep fjords where hidden gems of waterfalls and hot springs await you; and the pastoral landscapes of welcoming local islands get even more impressive against the backdrop of unclimbed mountains.






Both natural and man-made wonders like uninhabited forests

and centuries-old wooden churches are here to take your breath away.


Let's not speak more — let's sail!



Program of the expedition
to Nothern Patagonia
Day 1
Day 1
Puerto Montt and Isla Chaullin

We set sail from Puerto Montt, a capital of the Los Lagos Region and the main sea port in the Western continental Chile. Its location makes the city a gateway to Patagonia travel. We will spend most of the day sailing, yet on our way we are going to step on a small Isla Chaullin to see a huge millennial myrtle forest, one of the three such forests in the world.

Day 2
Day 2
Isla de Mechuque

Mechuque is a part of The Chiloé Archipelago, and what a part! Locals call this small island the “Venice of Chiloé” — for its stilt-houses, called “palafitos”.

You will have a whole day ashore to walk around, visit local museums, take pictures of breathtaking views and savour unique “curanto al hoyo”, a traditional seafood dish cooked on hot rocks on the ground.

Day 3
Day 3
Isla de Quinchao

Here we are going to visit a small town called Achao with a nice sandy beach and beautiful hills around. Achao is known for larch tiling used on the roofs and walls of its houses. The main attraction of the town is the church of Santa María de Loreto. It is constructed entirely of wood and dates back to the 18th century.

Day 4
Day 4
Isla Grande de Chiloé

Isla Grande de Chiloé, or Chiloé Island is the main island of the archipelago. As it is separated from the Chilean mainland, local traditions have been preserved here. This island offers a combination of amazing landscapes and ancient architecture, namely its wooden churches made entirely in native timber with extensive use of wood shingles. We are going to moor at the city of Castro, the capital of Chiloé. Being Chile’s third oldest city, it has a lot to offer both in terms of historical sights and tourist attractions.

Day 5
Day 5
Pumalín Park

After a long night cruise across the Gulf of Ancud we will reach Caleta Gonzalo which is an entrance to one of the largest national parks in South America, Pumalín Park, and you will have the whole day there to explore the area and enjoy the stunning views.

Day 6
Day 6
Quintupeu and Cahuelmó Fjords

We will find ourselves sailing along the impressive fjords. We will enter narrow inlets with breathtaking waterfalls and hidden pools of hot thermal water.

Day 7
Day 7
Caleta Porcelana and way back to Puerto Montt

The last, but not the least day of our adventure will start at a beautiful beach of Caleta Porcelana — a tiny bay with views on high and steep mountains and a hot stream from the forest creating natural pools of water.

This expedition
is organized
on BAZILEUS Yacht
1 - Double master cabin
2,3,4 - Double cabin with a bunk bed
5 - Single crew cabin
6 - Double crew cabin
7, 8 - Head

9 - Galley
10 - Saloon
11 - Laundry room
12, 13 - Walk-in fridge
1 - Double master cabin
2,3,4 - Double cabin with a bunk bed
5 - Single crew cabin
6 - Double crew cabin
7, 8 - Head
9 - Galley
10 - Saloon
11 - Laundry room
12, 13 - Walk-in fridge
Getting Ready

Low difficulty level
No age restrictions
Minors must be accompanied by adults

What you need to take:
- Warm fleece clothes and thermal underwear
- Several pairs of cotton and thermal socks
- Rubber boots with a warm insert for walking on shore
- Footwear to use on board (crocs)
- Windbreaker jacket, waterproof pants and clothing
- Gloves (better 2 pairs)
- Hat (better 2 hats)
- Sunglasses (with cord — not to let them get flown away by the wind)
- Personal hygiene products, a towel
- Face cream, hand cream, sun protection
- Waterproof cases for photo cameras and other equipment
- Personal medical kit with individual medicine
- Thermos for hot tea

(!) Everything should be packed in soft bags and backpacks
Low difficulty level
No age restrictions
Minors must be accompanied by adults

What you need to take:
- Warm fleece clothes and thermal underwear
- Several pairs of cotton and thermal socks
- Rubber boots with a warm insert for walking on shore
- Footwear to use on board (crocs)
- Windbreaker jacket, waterproof pants and clothing
- Gloves (better 2 pairs)
- Hat (better 2 hats)
- Sunglasses (with cord — not to let them get flown away by the wind)
- Personal hygiene products, a towel
- Face cream, hand cream, sun protection
- Waterproof cases for photo cameras and other equipment
- Personal medical kit with individual medicine
- Thermos for hot tea

(!) Everything should be packed in soft bags and backpacks

Price
€2,600

That includes:
· All transfers along the route
· Accommodation
· Three meals per day
· Excursions
· Fuel duty

That DOES NOT include:
· Tickets to Ushuaia from your location and back from Punta Arenas to your location
· Personal medical insurance
· Souvenirs, other pocket expenses
· Satellite connection

Amount of People