Half day

From USD 52 per person

At only 53 kilometers south to Punta Arenas, with 130 hectares of forest surrounded by more than 5 kilometers of shore, this park keeps the key to the history of the Strait of Magellan.


A voyage through the natural and human history of the Strait of Magellan.

The park's main interest places:

Visitor Center: The gate to the Strait. The Visitor Center hosts an interpretative an multimedia display about the natural and human history of the Strait of Magellan. The Center's terrace offers unmatching views of Port Famine.

Fort Bulnes (National Historical Monument): Historical reconstruction of the original Fort built by a young Chilean Republic when it claimed possession of the Strait in 1843. The fort explains the origins of the City of Punta Arenas and it's also a traditional field day for the magellanic community.

Del Estrecho viewpoint: an easy 20-minute-walk through the "Windy Forest" leads to our main viewpoint, strategically located at the end of the park's peninsula and almost 4 kilometers (2.5 miles) within the Strait.

Coastal Trail: a 1-hour-walk by the landscape, flora and fauna of the Strait of Magellan through the San Juan, Sarmiento, Del Estrecho, Tierra del Fuego and Brunswick viewpoints.

Port Famine (National Historical Monument): access restricted due to conservation efforts. We recommend to observe this area from the Visitor Center's terrace.


Mapa Parque del Estrecho de Magallanes


09:00/09:30 hrs: Pick up of passengers from their place of accommodation in Punta Arenas to start the Half Day Excursion Parque del Estrecho (Fort Bulnes).

Duration : 4 hours approximately 

Winter schedule ( Until end August)

Open from Monday to Sunday (holidays included)
10:00 a.m.
Last entrance
15:30 p.m.
17:00 p.m.


Rates per person
August 2022 - April 2023
Private tour spanish-speaking driver
USD 52

  • 2 passenger minimum.
  • Entry Park Included.

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