Turn into an adventurer doing trekking, horseback riding, and rafting or relax and enjoy the hot springs and local gastronomy. Come, discover and enjoy all the activities waiting for you in Aysen Patagonia!
Aysén is the region with the greatest reserves of freshwater in Chile.
Aysén es la región de Chile con más reservas de agua dulce. Su increíble cantidad de ventisqueros, ríos, lagos y lagunas, esparcidos como al azar por las tierras patagónicas, nos invitan a experimentar en ellos, la fuerza y pureza de las aguas de la Patagonia chilena.Ver más
Wild Flora and Fauna Sighting
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Horseback Riding Explore
Trail Riding is another activity that can be done, given that it is the best way to learn about the gaucho culture and experience their traditions.
Adventure Races in Aysén cross through the most diverse and beautiful of landscapes, such as forests, steppes, lakes, rivers, mountains, snow and glaciers.
The Aysen Region has more than 10 Adventure Races, where several sportsmen and women meet.Ver más
A young cuisine … dishes that bring together the richest products of the region, from the seaside to the pampas and the evergreen forests.
Thanks to the abundance of salmon, trout and native species, and thanks to a privileged and remote environment, the Aysén region is one of the favourite places for fly-fishing lovers.
The Aysén region has a consolidated scientific tourism thanks to the discovery of Chilesaurus diegosuareszi, among other findings, as well as for its flora and fauna, its wild geography and especially its archaeology.
Patagonian Aysén is a young region, which can surprise you with its artistic expressions such as music, painting, crafts, literature, and theatre.
Cruise Ship Tourism
The last two seasons we have had more than 60,000 visitors (passengers) who have come to the region of Aysén.
Trekking is one of the most popular activities in the Aysén region and most of it is done in Protected Wildlife Areas, which take up to 51% of the territory.
Tourism based on the cultural roots of Patagonia.