Alacalufes National Reservation
The scenery is formed by low mountainous islands and fiords and channels. It has 2,313,875 hectares. We can see two different climates: cold template and high humidity, and tundra isotherm and precipitations.
Several species of vegetation, coastal bushes, coigue and peat bogs can be seen.
It is also possible to see a great variety of sea birds. In this park you find the Canal de las Montañas which ends right where the Bernardo O’Higgins National Park begins.
How to get there: From Puerto Natales, only by sea. To visit this spot you can book a charter as there are no regular tours. You have to book them in advance in the agencies that offer this private navigation.