Custom Private Tours
See Punta Arenas in your way by booking a custom private tour!
Run October through March
Spend your time in Punta Arenas doing things your way. Choose which attractions you would like to see, and how long you would like to spend on your adventure, and we will create a custom program just for you!
This tour includes:
Food and Drink (Where applicable)
This tour does not include:
Transportation to/from the airport (exceptions may apply)
NOTE: All of our programs have the possibility to be booked as a private tour. Check out our other excursion options to find which suits you!
Punta Arenas Attractions
Visit the Sumptuous Palace of Punta Arenas' most powerful woman, Sara Braun.
The Palacio Braun-Nogueira, now the Hotel Nogueira and Club de Union, is a sumptuous Neo-Classic style mansion boasting gorgeous European furniture and fittings, frescoes, and portraits. Take a behind the scenes look at the life of one of Punta Arenas' most powerful couples, and learn about how Sara Braun and Jose Nogueira came to shape Punta Arenas' history forever.
See local cultural exhibits along with beautifully preserved antiquities from the Golden Age of Punta Arenas in the Museo Regional.
Formerly the palatial home of Mauricio Braun and Josefina Menendez, the Museo Regional boasts lovingly preserved turn- of- the century furniture and decor, along with modern museum displays that teach guests about life in Punta Arenas and the Region de Magallanes. in times gone by.
Visit the historic cemetery where Punta Arenas' founding fathers lay to rest.
Voted by BBC as being one of the ten most beautiful cemeteries in the world, the Municipal Cemetery is steeped in history. Walk amongst the stunning mausoleums and marble tombs of Punta Arenas' dead, and get to know an integral part of the culture of this area.
Museo de Historia Natural Rio Seco
Learn about the wildlife of Patagonia's fjords and channels in this unique and beautiful museum.
A passion project between local Marine Biologists and Visual Artists, the Museo Rio Seco gives animal specimens a new life. Beautifully taxidermied specimens help teach guests about life in the strait, and the threats that challenge the unique and beautiful fauna of this region.
Instituto de la Patagonia
Pioneer era houses filled with artifacts transport you back in time in this history park/ museum.
Run by the University of Magallanes, this interpretive history park has preserved pioneer houses full of all the daily necessities for life back in Punta Arenas' early days, including farm equipment, antique automobiles, medicines and navigational tools.
Reserva Forestal Magallanes
Experience the beauty of the Native Magellanic forest just minutes outside of Punta Arenas.
Just minutes outside of Punta Arenas city, this stunning nature reserve is home to all three species of Nothofagus tree native to Patagonia, as well as other local flora, birds, small mammals, fox, and even puma. The trails are of easy to medium difficulty and boast stunning views of the strait, the forest, and the city.
Museo Nao Victoria
Experience the maritime history of the Region de Magallanes
Visit full-scale models of Magellan's ship the Nao Victoria, as well as the HMS Beagle that Darwin sailed on with Robert Fitz Roy, Ernest Shackleton's lifeboat, and the Goleta Ancud- the schooner which brought the first successful settlers to the Region de Magallanes in 1843!
Parque del Estrecho
Visit a recreation of Fuerte Bulnes, Chilean Patagonia's first settlement
Build to model exactly the original fort of 1843, this historical park shows how the brave first settlers eked out a life in Chile's extreme South during the first 5 years of its occupation before the settlement was moved to Punta Arenas in 1848. This park also boasts a world-class museum with displays on the history of exploration of the strait as well as displays on local flora and sea life.