Puerto Williams

Puerto Williams is the southernmost city in the world. It is the capital of the Chilean Antarctic Province and is located on the northern coast of Navarino Island and on the southern shore of the Beagle Channel.

For more than 6,000 years, this territory was inhabited by native peoples and, at the time of contact with Europeans, there were the Yagán, a canoe group whose descendants are still present in this area.

The port is an important place for traffic between the Pacific and Atlantic oceans. It is also the point to reach the Chilean Antarctic Territory due to its proximity to the white continent.

Puerto Willams is in the sub-Antarctic zone and in this vast territory is the Omora Ethnobotanical Park, declared by UNESCO as a Biosphere Reserve. Also within its jurisdiction is part of the Diego Ramirez Islands and Drake Passage Marine Park.

Dientes de Navarino Circuit

It is the southernmost trekking circuit in the world and a magnificent place for the practice of this sport. From the circuit, you can enjoy stunning views of the Beagle Channel and the southern sector of Navarino Island, extending all the way to Cabo de Hornos.