Posada Estancia Rio Verde

Address: Km 97 Ruta Y50, Punta Arenas, Patagonia, Chile | Ranch
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This ranch is located on Km 97 Ruta Y50, Punta Arenas.
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        Travel Blogs from Punta Arenas

        Grenzübertritt mit Hindernissen & Königliche Tour

        A travel blog entry by bjoern84 on Feb 20, 2015

        5 photos

        Früh Abends erreichten wir die Ortschaft Punta Arenas. Die Bussfahrt war aber ein wenig abenteuerlich, da unser Bus zum ausreisen von Argentinien nach Chile keine Bewilligung hatte. Bis diese Bewilligung organisiert worden war, warteten wir mit dem Bus geschlagene zwei Stunden an der Argentinischen Grenze. Im Nachhinein hörten wir noch von anderen Reisenden das es immer Probleme mit diesem Busunternehmen gibt. So ist zum Beispiel passiert, dass eine ...

        Punta Arenas - Farewell to Patagonia

        A travel blog entry by gsgladman on Feb 15, 2015

        1 photo

        The cruise ended at the small Chilean Port town of Punta Arenas. After clearing customs, which strictly control the import of any unprocessed foods, fruit and vegetables (as we are in Australia) we said goodbye to our new friends from the boat. Setting off on foot to the town centre nearby, ...

        Die letzten Tage in Patagonien

        A travel blog entry by diekleine on Feb 01, 2015

        2 comments, 20 photos

        ... e überquert und heute tatsächlich Delfine gesehen – Commerson-Delfine, die aussehen wie schwimmende Pandas.


        We weren't lucky during the last days in Patagonia. It started like this:
        Near Punta arenas there is an island, Magdalena Island, where a penguin colony lives and where you can get to by ferry. But when we arrived at the port of Punta Arenas on a Sunday to go to the island, they just told us - "mañana". And actually there ...

        If the van's a'rockin...

        A travel blog entry by maxandross on Dec 07, 2014

        2 comments, 8 photos

        ...that'll be the 50mph winds! Well, mostly. After another day of flying we arrived in Punta Arenas. Whilst still taxiing on the runway I noticed that everything without solid foundations, like trees, poles and people, had a bit of a sideways slant. Everything I'd read about Patagonia mentioned the wild wind, but I thought they were exaggerations. They were not. I think it's downplayed if anything*. We took a wee shuttle bus to our hostel, a cosy old converted house, a proper ...

        Ports & Hills

        A travel blog entry by gavin_davies on Nov 18, 2014

        ... is a brilliant picture already there. Amongst the many places we passed was a Welsh bar called Brecons. Apparently they do a mixture of British and Chilean dishes. This side of town was classed as a UNESCO world heritage site in 2003, meaning that no changes can be made to the layout or feel of the place. In theory this is a good thing although we did pass a couple of burnt out buildings that the family couldn't afford to repair to the exact same standards and thus had to abandon.