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Puerto Aisen

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Puerto Aisen is another important city in Patagonia, located in a hillfoot, with 20,000 inhabitants.

The first port of the region, Puerto Aisen has a wild flora and fauna. The district capital is surrounded by high mountains and a varied commercial gamut like agriculture, cattle, and service activities.


Abundant chilcos flora, defined as “National Flower”


Hiking, horseback riding, bicycle riding, rowing, sea kayak, sport fishing, picnic, flora and fauna contemplation, photography.


Eleventh region. Located 67 kilometers northwest of Coyhaique.

How to get there?

Santiago-Cpyhaique: Airway

Anywhere-Puerto Aisen: Small airport located 2 kilometers from the city

Coyhaique-Puerto Aisen: Land route, crossed by Simpson River National Reserve.

Puerto Montt-Puerto Chacabuco: Seaway

Puerto Chacabuco-Puerto Aisen: Land route

When to go?

All year long.


Housing, food, transportation, National Monuments and Reserves, camping.


Coyhaique National Reserve, Aguas Muertas, Riesco lake, Lo Castillo National Reserve, Chilconal Springs, Simpson River National Reserve, Seis Lagunas area, Blanco River, Desierto lake, Los Palos seaport, Los Palos lake, El Maillin forest nursery, Puerto Chacabuco.

Public comments

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