Hotel Glaciares

Address: 104 Eberhard St., Puerto Natales, Patagonia, Chile | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 104 Eberhard St., Puerto Natales, is near Glacier Grey, Lago Nordenskjold, and Channel of Last Hope (Ultima Esperanza).
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      Travel Blogs from Puerto Natales

      Day 105 - Puerto Natales - Back to Chile

      A travel blog entry by neensandpete on Nov 19, 2013

      Got a bus today to Puerto Natales in Chilean Patagonia where we are doing the 4 day 'W' trek in Torres del Paine National Park. A French bloke from our hostel in Puerto Madryn happened to be on our bus so it was nice to see a familiar face. The journey took 6 hours but at least an hour of that was spent at the Chilean border where again everyone had ...

      Final Day - W Trek - The long wait back

      A travel blog entry by florby on May 26, 2013

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      ... will take note for all future trip planing. Cost wise, we definitely saved alot going on it on our own as compared to a guided tour, for which the minimum I found was usd$750 for 5d4n. We spent $150 for the exact same thing. Torres del Paine was definitely worthy of being a hiking paradise and its an experience I would look back and smile upon. Good job and well done. Backdated for 26 May 2013 Puerto Natales, ...

      The Towers of Pain!

      A travel blog entry by nadinehanlon on Apr 07, 2013

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      ... water, and the wind was incredible... it took us what seemed like forever to kayak up to the glacier, stopping to take shelter next to an iceberg on the way and to investigate just how cold a glacier melt waterfall would be! I had been lucky in a way as I was the only person booked on to kayak that day so I got to share a double kayak with the guide, and I am pretty sure that's the only reason we got accross the lake as there was no way I would have ...