Magallanes National Reserve
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Magallanes National Reserve touristic attractions
Near touristic attractions
|Magellan Strait||3,2 mi|
|Cerro de la Cruz||4,6 mi|
|Punta Arenas||7 mi|
|Seno Otway||9 mi|
|Bulnes Fort||13 mi|
|Tierra del Fuego||25 mi|
|Lynch Lake||25 mi|
Destinations by Areas of Chile
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This National Reserve features native vegetation such as lengas and coigues in its 19625 hectares.
With a singular topographic landscape and water reserves that allow aquatic activities, the reserve is located between 350 and 600 meters above sea level. The Magallanes National Reserve has diverse fauna like avutardas, coigues, chincoles, chercanes, pitio and black woodpecker, loicas, thrushes, jergon and royal ducks, lauchones, mice, pumas and, grey and culpeo foxes.
Beautiful flora and fauna. Colorful topography and hidrography.
Hiking, flora and fauna contemplation, photography.
Twelfth region, in the Brunswick Peninsula. Located 7,5 kilometers west of Punta Arenas.
How to get there?
Santiago-Punta Arenas: Airway.
Punta Arenas-Magallanes National Reserve: Land route.
When to go?
January, February, March, April, September, October, November, December.
Cold moderate rainy weather. The annual media temperature is 4°C. The annual media rain goes from 490 to 830 milimiters per year.
Information center, forest ranger.
Froward Cape, Punta Arenas cementery, de la Cruz Hill, Pali-Aike cave, El Salto, Magellian Strait, San Isidro lighthouse, Bulnes Fortress, Pali-Aike National Park, Punta Arenas, Magallanes National Reserve, Otway Inlet.
The entrance cost $1000 Chilean pesos for adults. The entrance is free for kids, until 12 years old.
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