Prices valid from Dec 15th, 2017 to March 15th, 2018
Price for a 2 people group: $1,924,100 CLP
Price for a 3 + people group: $1,115,300 CLP
Regular departures on request
Starting / Finishing Points
The trip starts and ends at Punta Arenas Airport.
* This trip can also start in Ushuaia.
- Domestic flight - Punta Arenas/Puerto Williams/ Punta Arenas
- Full board including Chilean wine
- 2 nights’ accommodation at Lakutaia Lodge
- 3 nights’ accommodation in campsite based on double tent occupancy
- Camping gear (including mat and sleeping bag)
- Bilingual guide assistance (Spanish/English)
- Porters for personal equipment. One porter every 2 passengers (maximum 15 Kg)
- If pax start the program in Ushuaia it's also included boat (30 minutes) from Ushuaia to Navarino Island and transfer to Puerto Williams (1.30 hours)
- Insurance of any kind
- Personal belongings
- Alcoholic drinks
- Voluntary tips
Group Size & Guiding Staff
Minimun is 2 people and maximun 8 people.
Lakutaia Lodge & Camping sites
The climate of Puerto Williams is a temperate, subpolar oceanic climate. The summers are short and cool while the winters are long and wet, but moderate. Rainfall is around 512.3 mm (20 inches) a year and temperatures are steady throughout the year. Snowfall can occur in summer. Regions in the world with similar climates to southern Tierra del Fuego include the Alexander Archipelago around Sitka in Alaska, Scotland, and the coast of Norway.
This trip is suitable for skilled trekkers with excellent physical condition - The trek is through uneven paths, passing through high water marks: 100 – 800 – 515 – 700 – 510 – 575 – 420 – 830 – 0. Due to bad weather conditions, the level of difficulty could increase as there is no forest protection.
*** This trip is not available for children under 12 years old.
What You Need to Bring
Once you book the trip, we will send you a pre-trip Information booklet with useful and detailed information about your trip with us.
We reserve the right to change the order of the days in any itinerary at the discretion of the trip guide and based on operational considerations. The trip guide can modify, change or eliminate part of the itinerary based on safety/weather considerations.