The Colonist Route

No previous kayaking experience is necessary for this relaxed day in the Eberhard fjord, site of the area's first colony. Guides collect you from and return you to Puerto Natales, arrange all equipment and explain the history of the area during stops at the original colony sites of Estancia Consuelo and Villa Luisa.

1 Day

$198

The Colonist Route - 1 - $198

Trip Summary and Itinerary Map

  • Paddle amongst beautiful Patagonian fjords
  • Visit a remote estancia
  • Visit the Captain Eberhard's family villa

Landmarks visited on The Colonist Route

Operator's Itinerary

Day 1:

We'll take a private transfer from Puerto Natales to Puerto Prat, a historical place where the 1st population began in the zone under the colonization of Captain Herman Eberhard. We will prepare & distribute the kayaks and then give out safety & paddling instructions. Our guides will help to recommend the appropriate equipment to take during the trip. We will start by paddling in the Eberhard

We'll take a private transfer from Puerto Natales to Puerto Prat, a historical place where the first population began in the zone under the colonization of Captain Herman Eberhard. We will prepare & distribute the kayaks and then give out safety & paddling instructions. Our guides will help to recommend the appropriate equipment to take during the trip. We will start by paddling in the Eberhard fjord, visiting Estancia Consuelo & Villa Luisa, the chosen place by Captain Eberhard to live with his family at the end of the 19th Century. It's around 6 hours paddling in this magical fjord. Providing the climate conditions and time of year are permitting, we can return to Puerto Bories or Puerto Natales paddling.

Prices, Departures and Inclusions

Please note:

This trip is almost always booked alongside a W Trek, get in touch to find out more.

Price of USD $198 per person is based on a group of 2 people. Discounts are available for groups of 3 or more.

Departures can be set up for a minimum of 2 people. Please get in touch for details.


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