Bernardo O'Higgins National Park Situated 31 miles north of Puerto Natales, next to the Torres del Paine National Park, this beautiful and pristine area is becoming more and more accessible. It now offers a novel water-borne way to enter or exit Torres del Paine. Two large boats ferry visitors from the quayside in Puerto Natales to the stunning Serrano Glacier, which is set amid native forests. The rest of the journey can be made on zodiacs or kayaks depending on the direction. Highlights include the Balmaceda hanging glacier, Tyndall, Geike and Serrano glaciers and the beautiful Mount Balmaceda, which stands at 2,035 metres. An authentic working estancia in this area offers horses for rent and can arrange gaucho roasts. Wildlife is plentiful, especially birds, ducks and geese. Native forests are scattered around a complicated network of fjords, which run into the ever-flowing Serrano River. This in turn spills into Last Hope Sound.
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