Weskar Patagonian Lodge
- Continental Breakfast
- Airport Transportation
- Drycleaning onsite
- Shuttle bus service
- Non-smoking hotel
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TravelPod Member ReviewsWeskar Patagonian Lodge Puerto Natales
Friendly receptionist,Natalia with good English.Overlooking the lake,it is a twenty minute walk into town,so not central,but the views are worth it being that little bit away.Breakfast and dinner served.Wi-Fi in rooms is not bad.
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I have not put in a chapter for about six days which is unlike me.Since arriving in Chile I have not known really what to say .There is a reason for this writers block and that is my experience so far has thrown up annoyance,irritability and joy at the same time.
Let me put things into perspective.Chile has (supposedly )the strongest …
The view from the room is not bad at all,it is not often that you wake up to a backdrop of Mountains and a deep blue lake and this morning a mist hung over it like a blanket of cold steam,but it looked like it was going to shift which was important because today I was going to see the famous Tierra del Paine Mountains in the National Park of the …
... the cliffs. There is an incredible energy here way up in the mountains, it is exhilarating, and you quickly forget the effort and aching muscles. By around 4pm we leave, even though the weather continues to improve and its likely the peaks will completely clear in the next hour. Its a steady paced hike returning with few stops, by the time we get to Chileno refugio again, I,m feeling it and Maurice takes my pack from me for the last descent to Refugio Torres where we arrive ...
... e around. Sometime later after a long walk and a hot chocolate at the only place that was open, I returned to the hostel where three young Americans were just planning to head out to the Mylodon,s cave, which is about 24kms from Puerto Natales, and they invited me along. So we all jumped into a cab and for the price of around $5 each we got to travel out there, go through the cave and do a ...
... on no agricultural produce (iii) Chile entry stamp and (iv) ferry and back on bus to Punta Arenas. We got there one hour later than schedule and literally ran two blocks to get the last bus out of there to Puerto Natales (another three hours!!). We were definitely not starting Torres del Paine ("TdP") the next day - we needed to rest and plan. We did manage to find a great ...