We inform our visitors and tour operators, that after more than two weeks of labor movement, Park Rangers from the Protected Wild Areas of Magallanes and the Chilean Antarctic Region, came to an agreement with the Government that brings the following result:
Today (November 21) the trails to Base Torres, Puente Pingo, Sendero Salto Grande, Sendero Patagón, as well as the Cueva del Milodón National Monument, are unlocked and free of access for tourists.
Additionally, the Rangers brigade announced that as of November 23 the strike will be over and all activities in protected areas will be normalized with this Rangers will return to their normal functions.
Until now, the entrance to the Park is not being charged, however, in order to protect and guarantee the safety of all visitors, the entry of every tourist will be registered.
“We highlight the importance of investing and financing protected wildlife areas, because they are a great development engine for the local economy. Puerto Natales and its communities rely on tourism and we are glad that an agreement has been made allowing us to approach the tourist season normally, especially after more than 2 years of pandemic,” said Mauricio Kusanovic, executive director of Reserva Las Torres.
From Reserva Las Torres we are back to normal and our travelers will be able to carry out all the itineraries without inconvenience.
If you have any doubts please email us at: [email protected]orres.com