Address: Bulnes 299, Puerto Natales, Patagonia, Chile | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Bulnes 299, Puerto Natales, is near Glacier Grey, Lago Nordenskjold, and Channel of Last Hope (Ultima Esperanza).
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    TripAdvisor Reviews Aquaterra Puerto Natales

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    Travel Blogs from Puerto Natales

    Chill day 1

    A travel blog entry by hils80 on Mar 18, 2015

    Didn't set my alarm til 9.45. Got up earlier to pee, standard! Had breakfast then bummed around, don't really know where the day went! Went on computers to research Punta arenas and Ushuaia and decided to go straight to Ushuaia so booked bus for tomorrow. Loaded photos and spoke to lots of people - Liz, Janine and what's app others. Nikky going to be ...

    Boat trip to glacier

    A travel blog entry by janehudon on Mar 16, 2015

    5 photos

    ... We were very fortunate that we made it to the glacier and on our way in the distance a a clear view of Cuernos del Paine. When we arrived the Forest Ranger advised our captain that the weather would get bad in an hour, so we only did the shorter hike but even this hike gave a great view of the glacier. Along the path you could see the excrement of the Puma but they only hunt at dusk and dawn. When we returned to the ...

    Patagonia's Torres Del Paine Circuit hike

    A travel blog entry by lisaworldwide on Mar 14, 2015

    ... and gloves on, to protect from the strong winds, rain and snow as you head up to 1200m.
    Once over the pass the winds continue until the tree line when you get you first glimpse of the glacier. This alone (for me) made the hike worth it - a huge landmass of ice that we later walked alongside for around 3hrs.
    Once you've spotted the glaciar you have a steep muddy descent to El Paso campsite.

    Stopping here is a good option, but being wet and cold ...

    Wind, snow and other lovely things of nature

    A travel blog entry by goldsack on Feb 20, 2015

    1 comment, 28 photos

    ... camp site by 3pm and found our hire tent already set up in a nice location. Nice camp but too many people. A rough count next morning indicated some 50 tents. So more than 100 walkers.
    We were up and walking by 8am on day 2 - distance goal 20 or 30 km. Made Refugio Dickson by noon with 18km covered. First hour or so involved walking close to Rio Paine in a more confined valley. Wind speeds very high. We were both relieved that the conditions abated and the scenery ...

    Headwinds from Hell

    A travel blog entry by jonreilly85 on Feb 12, 2015

    17 photos

    ... We collapsed behind an old tin shed for a biscuit stop, utterly exhausted. We'd had enough and said if a pickup comes in the next ten minutes we'd thumb it. One did come, but was full, so off we went again. Plenty of heavy rain showers passed and one painful hailstorm. Eventually we reached a turning on to a slightly more southerly course, this coincided with us dropping into a slightly more sheltered valley which made things a bit easier and we picked up the pace to ...