”Fly into the capital city of Santiago, then work your way south to 370,000-acre Yendegaia National Park in Tierra del Fuego. The former cattle ranch opened in 2013, but very few people have been lucky enough to explore this swath of untouched glaciers and peaks. Be one of the first to do so on a 16-day boat-assisted hiking and sailing epic with Chile Nativo.” (chilenativo.travel)
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