Main attractions: This route has 7,000 years of history on the beautiful Wulaia Bay, the land of the ancient Yamana people, canoe nomads who are almost extinct. The trip follows ancient coastal trails with extensive views of the Murray Canal and Hoste Island, where you will enjoy beautiful and highly diverse forests and peat bogs, as well as sighting guanacos before heading inland among thick forests of Lenga, Coigue, Calafate, Notro, and Canelos, and enjoying the remarkable views of the Matanza Valle, Mount Versalovic, Seno Ponsonby, Pacha Island, and Mount King Scott.
Location: Navarino Island, Magallanes Region.
Distance: 56 km.
Travel time: 6 days.
Travel Mode: Hiking.
Season: October to March.
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