Indigo Hotel & Spa

4 out of 5 stars4 Stars

Ladrilleros 105, Puerto Natales, Chile
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Are there buses fromPuerto Natales, Chile to El Calafate, Argentina ?

by Gulwadi


Planning to travel Puerto Natales, Chile to El Calafate, Argentina, are there any buses and how frequent ? how much does it cost ?


Re: Are there buses fromPuerto Natales, Chile to El Calafate, Argentina ?

by vtveen

Yes, there are buses between Puerto Natales and El Calafate. They just run once or twice a day and cost about 50 Arg. pesos. See for more info my transportation tip:

happy travels

Travel Tips for Puerto Natales

Map of Puerto Natales Centro

by Trekki

Orientation in Puerto Natales is quite easy.
Main streets are calle Eberhard, which leads from the water east, along Plaza del Armas.
The other one is Manuel Bulnes, one block south.
Pedro Montt is the coast street.
All main shops, supermarkets, restaurants, are located in the area of Centro.

Puerto Natales does not have a central bus terminal, but most of busses leave and arrive east of Plaza del Armas.

The Torres

by galy

Trek to the base of the Towers takes about 7 hours roundtrip. The first part is uphil, along a lenga and cypress trail. After passing by campamento Chileno and the foot of Mt. Almirante Nieto, the trail follows a southern beech forest, finally reaching a moraine that takes you to the cirque below the famous 3 torres (towers); Torre Sur -9350', Torre Central 9186' and Torre Norte - 8,530'.

Base of the Torres

by jsepulve

When I went up to the base it was rainy and cloudy. This picture is all I got to see. My advice is if you go and it is really crappy out and you have time in the park, wait until it clears up to take the hike all the way up there. I was freezing when I was up there, i didnt have gloves with me and it gets really cold when its rainy, windy and cloudy out.

Lago Skottsberg

by galy

Lago Skottsberg is a small blue lake lying on the way from Pehoe lake to camp Italiano in the French valley. It is a small lake in comparison to all the rest of the lake in the park, and it's color is deep blue, which means it's not a clacial lake. One of the most unusual fenomenon in this area occures when the winds whip the water off Lago Skottsberg, It looks as if the water is dancing for you

PN Bernardo O’Higgins – native forest

by vtveen

Perhaps the most impressive and at least most amazing and remarkable part of our trip to the glaciers in Parque Nacional Bernardo O’Higgins was our walk from the pier at Puerto Toro (after 3 ½ hours sailing) to the viewing point for the Serrano Glacier trough a fantastic part of native forest.

Amazing, because it is almost unbelievable that these kinds of flowers and bushes are able to survive in environs with snow and ice all around. Remarkable, because we were walking on a narrow and winding walkway with ice and icebergs on one side and a green dense native forest on the other side.
We saw some familiar flowers (like the fuchsia) and a lot of beautiful and completely unknown species.

This part of the National Park can only be reached by the boat trip of Turismo 21 de Mayo.


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