Hotel Saltos del Paine

Bulnes 156 , Puerto Natales, Patagonia, Chile | Hotel
Prices starting from $107.00

Travel Blogs from Puerto Natales

Day 2 and lessons learned

A travel blog entry by hadleykmcc


I learned something today. I decided to take it easy today because of two things. 1 I was too damn cold yesterday and didn't want to brave Torres del Paine again in this frigid temperature and 2. I wanted some to see the town. Here's some things I learned today: 1. Weather is unpredictable. It was cold, there was snow on the ground, but yesterday was miserable, today was glorious. (Okay, ...

52. Puerto Montt to Puerto Natales - ahoy there!

A travel blog entry by kesvic2013

... crew member came round dishing out sea sickness pills but it didn't end up being that bad. We saw quite a few dolphins from a distance and we were told that a crew member had heard whales singing in the night. Once we headed back into the fjords, the weather became lovely again and we were surrounded by beautiful green mountains, some covered with snow. We saw albatrosses and petrels swooping over the water and a few ...

The Ferry Experience

A travel blog entry by ortrun


... Yeeeee-haw. The next shock came when all local travel agencies told us there was absolutely no possibility to get off Tierra del Fuego and be in Puerto Natales, Chile, on time before the ferry left. Reminded me on Alanis Morisette’s song "Ironic". Damn. In the end we were lucky and got some flight tickets to El Calafate and, one day later, a bus to Puerto Natales and made it to the ferry, which was, by the way, booked out, but everyone we asked had another complicated version ...

Christmas and New Years 2014

A travel blog entry by marty_rach


... up. In what was an eventful few days in Puerto Natales it was approaching time to depart with a promise to return to visit the Torres del Paine National Park. Stupid wine.

We spent the night before New Year’s Eve back in Punta Arenas before catching a flight to Santiago, Chile’s Capital, where we had planned to celebrate ...

Patagonia is not just a land of great winds

A travel blog entry by odie1


... metal baskets attached to five foot high metal posts, clearly designed to keep the street dogs out. I can't tell you how many times we have gasped while walking down the street as dogs maneuver through the traffic. Billy was observing that it is really as though the dogs know how to obey traffic; they literally look both ways and wait for the oncoming cars to stop before continuing on. It really must be, as we have not seen one dead dog and after our first walk to ...


This hotel, located on Bulnes 156 , Puerto Natales, is near Glacier Grey, Lago Nordenskjold, and Channel of Last Hope (Ultima Esperanza).
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