Description

Pali Aike: a perfect place for lovers of natural sciences and trekking

The Full Day Pali Aike visits the national park located about 196 km from Punta Arenas. This place is perfect for lovers of natural sciences, for its geological formations and for those who like trekking.

With an area of 5,030 hectares, its unique landscape is home to a variety of flora and fauna species typical of the arid steppe Patagonian environment. Its greatest attractions are its terrain covered by basaltic lava, which determines its geological characteristics and the life that lives there.

Get to know the Escorial del Diablo, Pozos del Diablo, Ana Lagoon and other unmissable points

Leaving Punta Arenas, with our Full Day Pali Aike Park you will do a trekking of approximately 3 hours to see all the places of interest in the park.

Among the main attractions, we highlight the Pali Aike Cave, where evidence of inhabitants of the Magellan area has been found. However, other unmissable points are the Escorial del Diablo, La Morada del Diablo Crater, Pozos del Diablo and Ana Lagoon.

Pali Aike you will be impressed with its history and geological formations

Just like a lunar landscape, you will be impressed with the geological formations of this beautiful place. Due to 3 periods of strong eruptions, most of the terrain is volcanic lava, dominated by cones and basaltic lavas.

12,000 years ago the first humans arrived at this site, occupying some areas as a shelter. In addition to living with the mega fauna of the time, some of these animals served as food for humans.

It should be noted that Pali Aike means desolate place or place of evil spirits, in the Tehuelche (aonikenk) language. For this reason, its lands are full of stories, starring prehistoric animals such as the mylodon, Aonikenk natives, explorers, ranchers and scientists.

Detail

Included
Shared transfer
Bilingual guide (Spanish and English)

 

Not included
Tips
Pali Aike National Park ticket
Food
Accident insurance

FAQ

What to wear on the Full Day Pali Aike Park?

It is important that you bring food, water and cash to pay the park ticket. Also, consider trekking shoes, comfortable clothing, a hat, and sunscreen.

How much is the ticket to Pali Aike National Park?

You can check the updated ticket price directly on the Conaf website.

Conditions

Check the contracting terms of the Full Day Pali Aike Park tour.

Full Day Pali Aike Park

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Schedule: start at 8:00a.m. – end at 07:00 p.m.

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Description

Pali Aike: a perfect place for lovers of natural sciences and trekking

The Full Day Pali Aike visits the national park located about 196 km from Punta Arenas. This place is perfect for lovers of natural sciences, for its geological formations and for those who like trekking.

With an area of 5,030 hectares, its unique landscape is home to a variety of flora and fauna species typical of the arid steppe Patagonian environment. Its greatest attractions are its terrain covered by basaltic lava, which determines its geological characteristics and the life that lives there.

Get to know the Escorial del Diablo, Pozos del Diablo, Ana Lagoon and other unmissable points

Leaving Punta Arenas, with our Full Day Pali Aike Park you will do a trekking of approximately 3 hours to see all the places of interest in the park.

Among the main attractions, we highlight the Pali Aike Cave, where evidence of inhabitants of the Magellan area has been found. However, other unmissable points are the Escorial del Diablo, La Morada del Diablo Crater, Pozos del Diablo and Ana Lagoon.

Pali Aike you will be impressed with its history and geological formations

Just like a lunar landscape, you will be impressed with the geological formations of this beautiful place. Due to 3 periods of strong eruptions, most of the terrain is volcanic lava, dominated by cones and basaltic lavas.

12,000 years ago the first humans arrived at this site, occupying some areas as a shelter. In addition to living with the mega fauna of the time, some of these animals served as food for humans.

It should be noted that Pali Aike means desolate place or place of evil spirits, in the Tehuelche (aonikenk) language. For this reason, its lands are full of stories, starring prehistoric animals such as the mylodon, Aonikenk natives, explorers, ranchers and scientists.

Detail

Included
Shared transfer
Bilingual guide (Spanish and English)

 

Not included
Tips
Pali Aike National Park ticket
Food
Accident insurance

FAQ

What to wear on the Full Day Pali Aike Park?

It is important that you bring food, water and cash to pay the park ticket. Also, consider trekking shoes, comfortable clothing, a hat, and sunscreen.

How much is the ticket to Pali Aike National Park?

You can check the updated ticket price directly on the Conaf website.

Conditions

Check the contracting terms of the Full Day Pali Aike Park tour.

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