The Strait of Magellan Park represents 100 years of a local heritage conservation effort made by multiple generations of people from the Strait.
There are 6 places of interest within the park.
It can be visited through a 4 kilometer-long road shared between pedestrians, cyclists and motorized vehicles.
Everyday, open to the public and on regular hours, the Park’s staff lead interpretive guided tours.
Valid through Sunday March the 4th. March and Winter 2018 hours will be announced at the end of February 2018.
All tours start in time and last for about 30 minutes.
|@Interpretation Center||@Fort Bulnes NHM Site|
|10:30||in english||in spanish|
|11:30||in spanish||in english|
|12:30||in english||in spanish|
|13:30||in spanish||in english|
|15:30||in english||in spanish|
|16:30||in spanish||in english|
|17:30||in spanish||in spanish|
Available at the Interpretation Center.
Cash accepted in chilean pesos and US Dollars. Debit and Credit cards accepted.
52 kilometers South of the city of Punta Arenas, at the end of the last paved road of the entire continent.
You can drive yourself there or also find transportation available through taxis, tourism agency excursions and car rentals.
With special hours for winters and summers.
Valid through Sunday 01/04/2018
* from this hour on you can enter
** you can enter up to this hour
*** at this hour, the Park must not have any visitors inside
Winter 2018 Hours will be announced in March of the same year.
All prices in chilean pesos (CLP)
Tickets are available at the Park’s Access Point (Laguna Honda). Debit/credit cards accepted. Cash accepted only in chilean pesos.
To access this rates must present at Laguna Honda Access Point a valid, legible and Chile-issued identity document at the moment of purchasing tickets or when presenting voucher.
**To access this rates must present at Laguna Honda Access Point Park Member’s Card and a valid, legible and Chile-issued identity document at the moment of purchasing tickets or when presenting voucher
The Park has rules for its protection and to protect everyone’s heritage experience.
Inform yourself about maximum driving speed limits, where smoking is allowed and more, before entering the Park.
The Park rules are mandatory. Not knowing them does not exempt from complying with it.
This Park is protected, maintained and developed all year long only through tickets sales, without government assistance.