Dientes de Navarino Trek (6 days)
If you cancel your booking until 7 days before the beginning of the activity, we will refund 100% of the advance you paid for the booking.
You can reschedule your booking without any additional cost until 7 days before the beginning of the activiity.
Shared guided Dientes de Navarino Trek (6 days). Accommodations, meals and guided included.
- 1 person in a single room: CLP$ 1.519.000.
- Group of 2 people in a double room: CLP$ 1.367.000 per person.
- Group of 3 to 6 people in a group room: CLP$ 1.172.000 per person.
*Confirmed departure from 2 passengers.
- 1st and 5th night in Errante Ecolodge in private room with shared bathroom.
- 2nd to 4th night in shared double tent.
- Box lunch (lunch).
- Kitchen equipment.
- Camping kitchen.
- Camping equipment:
- Sleeping bag.
- Sleeping pad.
- Trek poles.
- Bilingual guide (Spanish and English).
- 1 porter for every 4 travelers.
- Flight tickets.
- Tips (optional).
How to book
- Select the departure date in the calendar.
- Select the number of people.
- Click in “Add to the cart”.
- Once the payment has been made, the booking will be subject to confirmation depending on availability, and it will be confirmed within the next 72 business hours.
- The cancellation policy (with full refund) is with 7-day notice.
What to bring
- A 50- to 70-liter backpack to bring all the things you will use during the circuit.
- Waterproof jacket and pants (Gore-Tex or similar).
- Fleece clothing (Polartec or similar).
- Thermal clothing (base layer).
- Short and long-sleeved t-shirts.
- Hiking shoes.
- Plenty of batteries (there are no electrical sockets to charge batteries).
- Flip-flops (for showers and resting).
- Winter hat and gloves for the cold.
- Cap to protect yourself from the sun.
- Ziploc bags (to store garbage).
- Travel insurance.
- Minimum age required of 14 years to make the activity.
- Not allowed for pregnant women.
Day 1: Arrival – Errante Ecolodge.
We will pick you up at the airport, in the pier or at the gobernación building, depending on the route you use to get to Puerto Williams. We will go to the ecolodge, where we will spend our first night. We will enjoy the corresponding meals and we will have a meeting with the guide in which we will check our equipment and he will explain us how the ciicuit will be. Remember that the guide and the porter are in charge of taking and pitch the tents, as well as making breakfast and dinner. You only have to take the box lunch, sleeping bag and sleeping pad.
Day 2: Bandera Hill – Lake El Salto.
We will have breakfast, after what we will take the vehicle to the water intake of the Róbalo River, from where we will begin the trek. We will cross the woods, while we advance and go up to the Bandera Hill, at an altitude of 600 m (1,968.5 feet), from where we will have a panoramic view of the Beagle Channel and Tierra del Fuego. After that, we will continue to reach the valley of the Róbalo River, until El Salto Lagoon, where we will set the camp and rest.
Day 3: Australia Pass – Lake Dientes de Navarino.
We will get up early to have breakfast and disassemble the camp to continue the circuit. We will retake the path to go to the Australia Pass, surrounding the Dientes de Navarino Massif. From this point of the road, we will have views of northern Cape Horn Archipelago, what is considered the end of the World. We will continue the track until the next camping area, Lake Dientes de Navarino or Escondida Lagoon.
Day 4: Ventarrón Pass – Guerrico Valley.
We will have our breakfast early in the morning and disassemble the camp to begin walking during the morning. We will walk by a track that goes through lagoons and woods; at the same time, we have views of the Dientes de Navarino Massif. We will reach the Ventarrón and Guierrco passes, going up at an altitude of 700 m (2,296.5 feet), while we get closer to the Guerrico Valley. After enjoying our box lunch, we will continue the road until the next camping area, between the Lake Martillo and Lake Zeta.
Day 5: Virginia Pass – Lake Guanaco – Errante Ecolodge.
After breakfast and disassemble the camp, we will begin the daily trek climbing up the Virgina Pass, at an altitude of 844 m (2,769 feet), the highest point of the circuit. From this place it will be possible to have another perspective of the Beagle Channel and Tierra del Fuego. While we go down, we will surround the Lake Guanaco and go on through the track to enter a forest, where we will enjoy our box lunch. We will continue descending to an abandoned building that belonged to Mac Lean Fishery. Finally, we will reach the ecolodge to get rest and have our farewell dinner.
Day 6: Departure.
Breakfast will be in the ecolodge so then we make check out. After that, we will take you to the airport, pier or gobernación building, according to you way out of Puerto Williams.