- Private room:
- 1 person: CLP$ 1,490,000.
- Group of 2 people: CLP$ 1,419,000 per person.
- Group of 3 people: CLP$ 1,449,000 per person.
- Group of 4 people: CLP$ 1,179,000 per person.
- Group of 5 people: CLP$ 1,199,000 per person.
- Group of 6 people: CLP$ 1,179,000 per person.
- Group of 7 people: CLP$ 1,196,000 per person.
- Group of 8 people: CLP$ 1,179,000 per person.
- Group of 9 people: CLP$ 1,193,000 per person.
- Group of 10 people: CLP$ 1,179,000 per person.
- Shared room:
- 1 person to group of 3 people: CLP$ 1,340,000 per person.
- Group of 4 to 10 people: CLP$ 1,140,000 per person.
- 1st and 7th night in Errante Ecolodge in shared room with shared bathroom.
- 3nd and 4th night in Refugio Charles.
- 2nd, 5th and 6th 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).
- Fishing gear and spinnel.
- 1 porter for every 4 travelers.
- Flight tickets.
- Tips (optional).
- 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.
- 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).
- Trekking poles.
- Travel insurance.
- Minimum age required of 14 years to make the activity.
- Not allowed for pregnant women.
Day 1: Arrival – Errante Ecolodge.
According to the route you use to get to Puerto Williams, we will be waiting whether it be at the airport, pier or gobernación building of Puerto Williams, after what we will go to the ecolodge. Here, we will have time to get settled and having the corresponding meals. In addition, we will have a meeting with our guide, with whom we will check our equipment and who will give us the last directions before the circuit. 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 – Australia Pass – Lake Windhond.
We will have breakfast in the ecolodge, after what we will take a vehicle to the water intake of the Róbalo River, from where we will begin walking. We will climb the Bandera Hill, which summit is at an altitude of 600 m (1,968.5 feet). From this place, we will have a panoramic view of the Beagle Channel, where we will be able to enjoy the landscape and take some pictures. Then, we will continue the road around the woods that follows the valley of the Róbalo River and reaches the Lake El Salto, where we will be able to rest. After that, we will continue to the Australia Pass, using the path that goes around the Dientes de Navarino Massif. In this part of the road, you can watch the south part of the Navarino Island, the Wollaston Islands and northern Cape Horn. After that, we will continue to the Dientes Pass to the bifurcation of the Lake Windhond, where we will assemble our camp for dinner and spending the night.
Day 3: Refugio Charles.
After breakfast and disassemble the camp, we will begin walking by the track that will take us to the south. After a long trek, we will reach the Refugio Charles, located near the Lake Windhond. Here we will assemble the camp to get some rest and begin fishing.
Day 4: Fisihing in Lake Windhond.
As usual during these days, we will have breakfast early in the morning and we will have the whole day fishing in one of the southernmost lakes of the planet: The Lake Windhond. In addition, you can change the activity and walk through the Windhond river delta, a unique landscape. It is important to say that the path, even though looks easy, it has a lot of peat and mud, which makes it difficult. At the end of the day, we will go back to the refugio to get some rest.
Day 5: Betinelli Hill – Lake Dientes de Navarino.
We will have breakfast early in the morning to disassemble the camp and walk. Today, we will climb the Betinelli Hill that has an altitude of 833 m (2,896.9 feet). From the top of the hill, we will have a panoramic view of the southern part of the island, the Wollaston Islands to the north of Cape Horn and the south slope of the Dientes de Navarino. After that, we will take the road again to find a camping place between the Dientes and Escondida lagoons.
Day 6: Ventarrón Pass – Guerrico Valley – Lake Martillo.
After breakfast, we will take our things and continue the trek towards the Lake Martillo area. To reach this place, we will cross the Ventarrón Pass and the Guerrico Pass, from where we will have a great view of the Guerrico Valley. We will go on until reaching the camping area, between the Martillo and Zeta lakes.
Day 7: Virginia Pass – Lake Guanaco – Errante Ecolodge.
We will have breakfast in the morning so then we will start walking. During this day, we will walk by the Virginia Pass, located at an altitude of 844 m (2,769 feet), from where we will have views of the Guanaco Island, the Beagle Channel and the southern part of Tierra del Fuego. Then, we will arrive at the ecolodge, where we will have our farewell dinner.
Day 8: Departure.
After having breakfast in the ecolodge, we will make the chek out and we will take you to the airport, pier or gobernación building, depending on the route you choose to leave Puerto Williams. With this, we will finish the complete activity.