Dientes de Navarino Trek

6-day hike on Navarino Island

Trip Length: 6 Days
Group Size: 1-14
From: 1,336 USD
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Are you ready to take on the southernmost circuit in the world? Adventure awaits you on Navarino Island!

Experience what Lonely Planet calls "the best trek in Patagonia" at the far reaches of the South American continent. Walk through the Dientes de Navarino massif, trek along rural roads through and alongside forests, peat bogs, valleys, ponds, lakes and rivers. Pause at the hike’s summit to take in the stunning views of the Beagle Channel, Nassau Bay, the Wollaston archipelago, the mythical archipelago of Cape Horn and the cities of Puerto Williams and Ushuaia.

Dientes de Navarino Trek: discover Chile’s untouched wilderness and the hidden gems of Navarino Island.




  • Trek the southernmost circuit and catch amazing views of the end of the world.
  • Visit the mystical Navarino Island and check out all its natural wonders.
  • Explore an isolated landscape that few have seen.


Day 1: Welcome to Puerto Williams

Puerto Williams, Chile

We’ll start the trip by flying from Punta Arenas to the small town of Puerto Williams*. At the end of the day we will enjoy a nice meal and have a briefing about the next day’s trekking excursion.

You can ask your guide about visiting the OMORA Ethnobotanical Park to experience “magnifying glass tourism,” a new venture that opens up the world of miniature lichens, moss and bryophyte forests. 

Overnight at Errante Lodge

*Flights from Punta Arenas to Puerto Williams are not available on Sundays.

Day 2: Start the Trekking Adventure

Navarino Island, Chile

Let the adventure begin! Today we'll start the Dientes Circuit and take in amazing views of the Beagle Channel and Puerto Williams as we walk towards the Salto Lagoon. Depending on the weather conditions, we will either tackle the high-end slope of the Robalo Valley or move along the back of the valley. Either way, the landscape is unreal and we'll get to the night’s camping spot in time for a warm dinner.

4 - 5 hour walk

Overnight Camping

Day 3: Crossing the Dientes de Navarino Cordillera

Navarino Island, Chile

On day two, we’ll cross the Dientes de Navarino Cordillera while enjoying the breathtaking views of Nassau Bay and Wollaston islands, both part of the fabled Cape Horn. After passing by several scenic lakes, we'll climb Ventarron path (696 mts) for an incredible view of the Dientes de Navarino mountain peaks and across to Mount Codrington. Get your cameras ready! We will then continue to enjoy the landscape while on the way to Laguna Martillo, our second camping site.

  • 5.5 hour walk

Overnight Camping

Day 4: Guerrico Valley

Navarino Island, Chile

After a good night's rest, we'll grab our packs and continue to Guerrico Valley, walking through beautiful forests that reward us with amazing views of Montes Lindenmayer peak. We will then climb Virginia pass (860 mts high), taking in the incredible views across the sea of Tierra del Fuego. We will then reach the campsite in time to dine and rest.

  • 6 hour walk

Overnight Camping

Day 5: Last Day of Excursion and Well-deserved rest

Puerto Williams, Chile

Today is our last day of walking and it’s a downhill jaunt toward the ocean. We’ll reach Errante Lodge in time to enjoy a nice lunch and then have the rest of the day to rest, walk around the village and share stories about your experience trekking the southernmost circuit in the world. Dinner will be waiting for you at the lodge at the end of the day.

  • 4.5 hour walk

Overnight at Errante Lodge

Day 6: Adiós Navarino!

Puerto Williams, Chile

After breakfast, it’s time to say “adiós” to Navarino Island! We’ll depart on a short flight out of Puerto Williams and return to Punta Arenas.


Errante Lodge (Nights 1 & 5)

Errante is an ecological refuge at the end of the world. Built by its owners' hands, this small and charming lodge has great views to the Beagle Channel.

Camping (Nights 2, 3 & 4)

During the trek we will camp in places suitable to spend the night.





  • Domestic flights between Punta Arenas and Puerto Williams. (Flights not available on Sundays).
  • Bilingual guide (Spanish/English).
  • Camping equipment, mats and sleeping bags.
  • Breakfasts, dinners and daily snacks while on the trek.
  • Accommodation at Errante Lodge.
  • Porters to carry food and camping equipment.*
  • A boat ride from Ushuaia to Navarino Island if starting in Argentina.

*Note: Please be aware you will have to carry your own backpack, daily snack, mat and sleeping bag.

Not included

  • Insurance  (appropriate insurance is mandatory).
  • Personal items.
  • Alcoholic drinks.
  • Voluntary tips.



Regular departures are available on the Book Now section. Alternative dates can be requested to our sales team.

Regular departures not available on Tuesdays or Sundays because of flight availability.

Starting / finishing point

The trip starts and ends at Punta Arenas Airport*

* This trip can also start or end in Ushuaia if requested.

Physical demands

This trip is suitable for skilled trekkers in excellent physical condition. The trek passes through uneven terrain and  high water marks: 100 – 800 – 515 – 700 – 510 – 575 – 420 – 830 – 0 meters above sea level.

Due to rough 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.

Group size guiding staff

Minimum: 2 people; maximum: 8 people


The climate of Puerto Williams is a temperate, sub-polar 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.

What you need to bring

Once you book the trip, we will send you a pre-trip information booklet with detailed information about your trip with us.

Itinerary modifications

We reserve the right to change the order of the days in any itinerary at the discretion of the trip guide and based upon operational considerations. The trip guide can modify, change or eliminate part of the itinerary based on these.


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We are a Chilean owned adventure tour operator, based in Santiago de Chile, operating adventure tours in Chile, Argentina and Bolivia. Our base prices are in Chilean Pesos (CLP), but we charge prices in USD based on the exchange rate valid on the day of payment.

Destinations | Chile

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