Hotel Cerro Castillo

Puerto Natales, Puerto Natales, Patagonia, Chile | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Puerto Natales

Crossing to Chile 18/19 March

A travel blog entry by jagm


... we land at El Calafate Airport. A smart shuttle bus is awaiting my in-flight seat neighbour Judy, a retired school teacher from Oregon, whilst I find myself queuing for the public bus to ferry me the 22km from airport to town. I'm the only one with grey hair. I have barely started to make polite conversation with a holidaying Times journalist, when I am deposited in Av de Libertador, El Calafate's main drag, squinting at the ant-eye scale street plan in ...

Tierra del Paine

A travel blog entry by leanneworth


... more steak and it was beautiful. We also tried the local drink of Pisco Sours which was nice and a good day off the wine! Our reason for being here is the Torres del Paine national park. Mountains and lakes and glaciers cover a really beautiful part of the country. It's colder here than Ushuaia and because we're off season, very quiet. We took a trip around the park and got to see various lakes such as ...

New country- Chile

A travel blog entry by mattyjordan


So today is finally the day when i leave Ushuaia and Argentina for the time being. I had an early start as my bus left at 630 so i set my alarm to get up for that. Lucky im a nice guy and i packed my bag last night so i didnt wake anyone this morning. I got to where the bus was leaving from and was met by a bunch of other people also taking the same bus. I hit the seat, reclined my chair, put my head down and got another 3 hours sleep before being woken with immigration papers ...

Bring the Paine

A travel blog entry by erucci


... 1.5 hours of gradual uphill, the final hour was closer to a boulder scramble than an actual trail. As we reached the top we instantly understood the hype of the Torres: in front of us was a large, torquise colored lake, fed by a wall of small waterfalls cascading down a hundred foot cliff at the base of the Torres and fed by a glacier hugging the base of the Torres themselves. You could sit for hours and enjoy the view, but unfortunately we only ...

Christmas and New Years 2014

A travel blog entry by marty_rach


... Dad organised his traditional treasure hunt in the morning where we all tried to interpret his clues that made no sense to anyone but himself. A frustrating half hour later we found the final clue and present – one US dollar. Thanks Dad.

Following that the boys prepared for golf while the girls chilled out at the house. The course ...


This hotel, located on Puerto Natales, Puerto Natales, is near Glacier Grey, Lago Nordenskjold, and Channel of Last Hope (Ultima Esperanza).
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