Not too many have lived the experience of visiting the
southernmost end of the American Continent, according to
UNESCO, one of the twenty most pristine places on earth.

LAKUTAIA LODGE brings you the opportunity to be part of
this unique “End of the World” adventure. Be amazed by the
natural wonders this area has to offer.

FROM PUNTA ARENAS:

Fly on Aerovias DAP to Puerto Williams. During the flight enjoy the
overwhelming views of amazing landscapes, the Strait of Magellan, the
beautiful glaciers of Darwin Mountain Range, and the Beagle Channel.
(Flight time will vary according to the aircraft available on the day, 50
minutes to 1:20 hr.).
Reception at airdrome and short transfer to LAKUTAIA LODGE.

FROM USHUAIA
After immigration process and port-tax payment at Ushuaia’s port in
Argentina, sail across the Beagle Channel to reach, after approximately
30 minutes, Puerto Navarino in the Chilean side. The navigation is
performed on board a small-size-semi-rigid motorboat.
Upon arrival at Puerto Navarino you will be picked up and transferred
on a 54-km/34 mile ride to Puerto Williams (1:40hr approx.) to do the
immigration process in Chile. Once this process is completed, you will
be transferred to LAKUTAIA LODGE to enjoy a welcome aperitif and
lunch.
In the afternoon, take one of the excursions offered, and register for the
activities to be done, according to your interest, for the upcoming days.
Dinner and accommodation at LAKUTAIA LODGE.

Adventure out of the beaten track, with lots of breathtaking sceneries
such as trekking in the southernmost trails of the world, navigating on
the same waters that Charles Darwin did 200 years ago, observing
miniature local forest, learning about the local birds, overflying the
legendary Cape Horn, etc.
According to the length of your stay participate in the different
activities/excursions that LAKUTAIA offers, based on your interest. The
excursions menu is detailed below.
Each activity is accompanied by a specialized guide and assisted by the
lodge staff.
Meals are included.

• Accommodation in comfortable single, double or triple
rooms.
• Breakfast, lunch and dinner during the whole program.
• Meals include one beverage per person (mineral water,
or soft drink, or one glass of wine, or one beer).
• Specialized bilingual guide during excursions
(English/Spanish).
• Bicycles upon request.
• Several excursions during the length of your stay.
• Airport taxes and flights from and to Punta Arenas, 20kg
max of luggage per person.
*** If the flight is performed on a Twin Otter aircraft, the
max. luggage allowance is 10kg due to security reasons.
In the case a passenger has more luggage, it can´t be
transported on the same day, it will be taken on the next
day flight and delivered in the lodge.
• International transfer by boat plus land transfer from and
to Ushuaia port.

• Port taxes in Argentina
• Extra beverages not mentioned above.
• Travel/accident insurance.
• Tips.

Suggested Outerwear

It is recommended to dress in layers such as, thermal top, a
sweater and a parka, hat and gloves. It is also important that you
wear water-proof hiking boots.

Notes:

• All excursions and activities are subject to weather
conditions.
• The motor-boat to be used for the navigation from
Ushuaia to Puerto Navarino is of semi-rigid materials and
has comfortable seats, fully fireproof, heating system and
all the latest navigation and safety elements in
compliance with national regulations. Maximum capacity
12 passengers.

EXCURSIONS MENU

Difficulty: Easy
Duration: 2,30 to 3 hours

This excursion will lead you to discover the wonders of the Miniature Forests of Cape
Horn Archipelago, through a so-called “Tourism with Hand Lens”. This is an
educational activity sponsored by Omora Foundation. A bio-cultural conservation
initiative started by the local communities living in the last Sub-Antarctic forests, as
well as the active commitment of the Yagan community living in Puerto Williams.
Omora Park is located 3 kilometers (2 miles) west of Puerto Williams. Within the park
the main habitats of the region are found: coigüe, lenga and ñirre forests, sphagnum
peatlands, beaver wetlands and alpine areas. During the whole excursion you will be
assisted by a specialized tour guide.
The trails have signs that describe the biological and cultural features of the island in
Spanish, Yagan, English and Latin-scientific languages. The park is an Omora
foundation’s project, a non-governmental organization dedicated to bio-cultural
conservation at the southernmost tip of South America, named after the Yagan word
for hummingbird.

Difficulty: Moderate
Duration: 4,30 to 5 hours

This excursion will lead you to the base of the Dientes de Navarino massif, where you
will enjoy an over-whelming view of the end of the world, the Beagle Channel and
Puerto Williams, surrounded by nature in its greatest splendor. Among forests and
grasslands, walk up along a well-marked 3.5km (2miles) trail. An interesting fact is to
notice how the initial dense and wooded environment ends up in an “Alpine”
ecosystem, mostly populated by lichens, mosses and other species adapted to wind
and low temperatures.
During this excursion you will also learn about the native flora such as orchids and the
vast amount of local wild fruits. A light snack is included.

Difficulty: Easy to moderate
Duration: 2,30 a 3 hours

Enjoy a hike towards Los Bronces River. Along the route, you will walk up through
forests of lenga and calafate bushes prairies in the middle of Cerro Róbalo. Upon
arrival at Los Bronces Cascade, enjoy the amazing scenery and a revitalizing snack.
At agreed time, hike down the hill to continue along the coast, enjoying the Beagle
Channel landscape and observing different environments, each of them with its own
bird fauna species.

Difficulty: Easy
Duration: 2 hours

Visit the village of Puerto Williams, the southernmost town in the world, named
after Juan Williams, the founder of Fort Bulnes. Puerto Williams is the most
populated area in Navarino Island, located at the end of the American continent,
opposite the southern coast of Tierra del Fuego and north of Cape Horn.
Puerto Williams currently has a population of 2,500 inhabitants. Throughout the
tour, you will visit the interesting Marina Micalvi pier, landing site of the ocean
sailboats, and Martín Gusinde Museum containing the history of the Yagan
indigenous and samples of the natural resources of the area.
Gusinde was a world famous anthropologist and priest of the Order of the Divine
Word that worked with Yagan and Ona communities from 1918 to 1923.
*** The museum is closed on Mondays. Saturdays and Sundays open in the
afternoons only.

Difficulty: Easy to moderate
Duration: 2,30 to 3 hours

Enjoy a unique kayaking and rowing adventure along sounds and bay of the
Beagle Channel, navigated by canoe nomads since ancient times. Sail along the
Sound Lauta, Sound Micalvi, bordering the Punta Gusanos coast, which is the
nesting site of thousands of seagulls and several species of geese. You will then
pass by the fishing cove and Marina Micalvi pier, landing site of ocean sailboats.
Full equipment included (neoprene suit, gloves, ankle boots, waterproof
protector, life vest), snack and a certified expedition guide.
*** Previous kayaking and swimming experiences are not required for this
excursion

Difficulty: Easy
Duration: 2 hours

Brief transfer to the starting point of the hike. This excursion borders the peninsula at the
north end of Puerto Williams Bay, offering exclusive views of Puerto Williams and the
Beagle Channel.
This narrow piece of land at the end of the peninsula is the nesting site for thousands of
Dominican and Austral seagulls, Pilpilen, and many geese species. You will be able to
appreciate and experience an emotional and close encounter with this winged multitude.
This hike will allow you to surround the peninsula in order to enlarge the pleasure of
enjoying the sea… and wind as usual!
Remark: Nesting and breeding of the chicks take place from the second half of November
up to the beginning of March.

Difficulty: Easy
Duration: 2 horas

Experience horseback riding at the southern-most landscapes of the world for 2 hours or
longer according to your interests, passing by the sub-Antarctic forests and bordering the
Beagle Channel.
*** This excursion includes proper equipment, and it is suitable for participants with
previous basic experience.

IMPORTANT

All activities and excursions are subject to weather conditions.

RATES SEPTEMBER 2018 - APRIL 2019

Per pax – All Inclusive

2 days / 1 night

3 days / 2 nights

4 days / 3 nights

5 days / 4 nights

SINGLE

USD 1.077

USD 1.475

USD 1.740

USD 2.100

DOUBLE

USD 880

USD 1.360

USD 1.570

USD 1.865

TRIPLE

USD 820

USD 1.220

USD 1.420

USD 1.630