Punta Arenas

Dec 18, 2018 - Dec 19, 2018

2 guests - 1 room

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What are travelers saying about Punta Arenas?

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Member reviews (8)
Harold
HaroldBrooklyn, État de New York, États Unis
12/14/14

A pleasant stopping point on your way further into Patagonia. Plenty of spots to buy hiking gear and supplies. Home to a number of good seafood restaurants. Has a relaxed vibe. Be sure to check out the Cementerio Municipal. Penguin excursions receive rave reviews but I didn't have time during my visit.

Joseph Coureur
Joseph CoureurNew York City, New York State, USA
3/19/13

Punta Arenas is the last major settlement in Chile and a gateway to Antarctica by either sea or air. Chances are you're waiting to go somewhere else if you're here. When I was there in early 2013, there was a lot of construction so I expect the waterfront and city will be much nicer soon.

Michael Nolan
Michael Nolan
2/19/13

Punta Arenas is actually a fine city, but looks worse relative to surrounding areas. The city itself is the capital of Chilean Patagonia, and sports a spread out semi-city. Unlike nearby Natales, it's a somewhat bleak place, with a more rundown feel. Stop here only as a transport city - it's a useful bus and plane hub. If you have more than a day to kill, stop by the cemetery - although it doesn't rival the one in B.A., it is relatively interesting.

Travis Katz
Travis KatzMenlo Park, California, USA
1/6/17

Punta Arenas is as far south as you can get in Chile. Strange light, flying saucer shaped clouds. Not so much to do here but fun to hang out after Torres, or as a jumping off place for Tierra del Fuego.

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