"Information about Torres del Paine and Patagonia (Chile and Argentina)"
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How to get There

By car
By land is approximately 3,100 km from Santiago or 2,300 km from Puerto Montt. From Santiago, you continue on Route 5 to Osorno where you cross to Argentina through the border crossing Cardenal Samore or to Temuco from the border crossing Pino Achao, both open 24 hrs. To enter Chile again, you have to go through the border crossing at Monte Aymond, located 1 hour from Rio Gallegos, it also runs 24 hrs.

 

By  Bus
There are no regular buses from Santiago, but there are buses that make the stretch Osorno – Punta Arenas, with a total travel lenght of approximately 36 hours going through the Argentinian territory.

 

By Boat
Navimag ferry – By hiring a ferry service, especially adapted for the carriage of passengers, vehicles and goods, it is possible to get to Punta Arenas from Puerto Montt to Puerto Natales. This trip takes 4 days and 3 nights, after that, in Puerto Natales you can take a bus or hire a car to Punta Arenas. The stretch Puerto Natales – Punta Arenas has a duration of 3 hours.

 

By plane
It is the most direct way to get to Punta Arenas from Santiago. Lan and Sky airlines have daily flights to Punta Arenas, with a time lenght of 3 hours in direct flights.

How to get There
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How to get There
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How to get There
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How to get There
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