XII Region of Magallanes and Chilean Antarctica
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Things To Do in XII Region of Magallanes and Chilean Antarctica

46 Reviews
National Park
曽小姐I visited it for two days in late Nov. A mix of sunny and cloudy days. along the drive there were animals and snow mountains that demonstrated the beauty of nature and the planet. no one should skip the National park in their itinerary of South America. not to plan rush trip but prepare some time to enjoy the tranquility and natural beauty
28 Reviews
闲来有趣The life and death game between seals and penguins. Penguins dominate on land, and seals become semi-paralytic when they come ashore, so they will not leave the shore too far. But in the water, it is extremely quick and unusual, and often ambushes the unlucky penguins in the pile of ice. Adult penguins who go out to hunt for food gather on the shore to find a safe place to launch and wait for the right time to launch. In the process of competing for patience and courage, the penguins were burdened by the pressure of their family's survival, and couldn't help but get restless, and rushed to the beach together. The front one was squeezed into the sea, and they immediately swam into the deep sea. If you are lucky not to be hunted by seals, you can bring back food to your family. Figure 3 An unfortunate penguin failed to escape, was bitten by the neck by a seal, and slammed to the side. Large groups of cormorants gathered, ready to enjoy the leftovers. A penguin was chased and hid on the ice floe, and the seal wandered around the ice floe, waiting for the penguin to enter the water. Figure 9 is the wreckage of a penguin leftover by a seal on the shore.
5 Reviews
Geological Sites
M32***23Channel of Last Hope (Ultima Esperanza) is so beautiful! ! The picture was taken when sailing through the "Last Hope Bay", sailing through the "Last Hope Bay" by boat from Puerto Natales to visit the Wannian Glacier. Along the way, you can admire the surrounding hills and lush forests, the noisy sea lions playing on the rocks, and the "cormorant colony" on the cliffs, where many cormorants live.
2 Reviews
M32***23This is a great small museum that displays the house itself on the one hand, and the history of the original inhabitants and town on the other, the creation and production of Noruega, Braun and Menendez, and the Sheep Empire. The house was built by this clan, which combined the three richest families in the area through intermarriage. The house was built with European materials, so a huge sum of money must be paid for it. The house is not that big. It is in a good state of restoration, with a beautiful stained glass ceiling and some luxuriously decorated rooms. Part of the cellar or servant area is also open. The other part gives a good overview of the establishment of Punta Arenas, a colony of prisoners. It also provides a good overview on the touch screen of the 5 tribes who originally lived in the area and nearby Tuera de Fuego. On display are some artifacts left by these tribes, which were on the Chilean side (and almost completely wiped out on the Argentine side). There is currently a beautiful garden and they are renovating part of the exterior of the mansion.
2 Reviews
City Park
137***66Each entrance of the park has a parking lot, where there are lagoons, bridges, courts, games and sculptures, which look like dinosaurs in the distance. Being with people near you at any time of the day (within a few hours) is a good example.
3 Reviews
Observation Deck
137***66The scenery is picturesque, deeply moved, the food is current, not happy Mirador Cerro de la Cruz (Mountain of Cross Observation Deck) is located high up in Punta Arenas, with picturesque scenery and sweeping views of the city, which is deeply moving. Sitting in a restaurant on the mountain, enjoying lunch, and admiring this coastal city, is even more unpleasant.