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Vía Aérea BY AIR

You can access Punta Arenas by air from Santiago, Puerto Montt and Balmaceda, landing at the Carlos Ibáñez del Campo International Airport, located 20 kms. North of the Patagonian capital.

From the airport to the city center you can reach the north highway, Route 9, in an estimated time of 25 to 30 minutes.

Vía Terrestre BY LAND

Most vehicles from other regions of Chile and Argentina enter using Route 255, Monte Aymond – Punta Arenas, after transit through Argentine territory.

Vía Marítima BY SEA

Through a ferry, specially conditioned for the transport of passengers, vehicles and cargo, it is possible to access Puerto Natales from Puerto Montt. The journey lasts four days and three nights.

Vía Aérea BY AIR

To reach the capital of Tierra del Fuego Province there are daily flights (except Sundays), which last approximately 15 minutes, from Punta Arenas to Porvenir.

Vía Terrestre BY LAND

To get to Porvenir it is necessary to cross the mighty Estrecho de Magallanes to Tierra del Fuego, it is necessary to embark on ferries that depart from Tres Puentes, in the city of Punta Arenas, or in Angostura, distant 170 kms from Punta Arenas, boats have accommodations for both passengers and vehicles.

Vía Marítima BY SEA

From Punta Arenas the Estrecho de Magallanes is crossed in a ferry specially equipped for the transport of passengers and vehicles. The journey takes approximately 2 hours and a half, every day (except Mondays).

In Cerro Sombrero, the crossing of the barge of Bahía Azul is located here, it is carried out every day and lasts approximately 20 minutes. This crossing connects the continent with Tierra del Fuego and is a second option to cross to Porvenir and Tierra del Fuego to reach Pampa Guanaco (South of Tierra del Fuego), where it is the beginning of one of the major parts Tourist interest of the Island.

Vía Terrestre BY LAND

The main access by land is done using Route 9 north, Punta Arenas -Puerto Natales. The other land entry alternatives are through the border crossings (with Argentina) of Casas Viejas, Dorotea and Río Don Guillermo.

Vía Marítima BY SEA

Through a ferry, specially conditioned for the transport of passengers, vehicles and cargo, it is possible to access Puerto Natales from Puerto Montt. The journey lasts four days and three nights.

Vía Aérea BY AIR

To get to Puerto Williams, capital of the Chilean Antarctic province, there are daily flights (except Sundays). It takes 1 hour and 45 mins.

Vía Marítima BY SEA

From Punta Arenas a boat leaves for Puerto Williams on Thursdays and back on Saturdays. The ship has the capacity to transport cargo and passengers. The trip lasts approximately 30 hours.

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