Puerto Natales travel guide

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You're Going to Love Puerto Natales

Puerto Natales is the gateway to the Torres del Paine National Park and outdoor adventure in the Patagonia region. The small town is located on the Señoret Channel along a scenic fjord, set against the dramatic backdrop of the southernmost peaks of the Andes. As a tourist hub, you'll be able to find great food, supplies, and more to fuel up for your trek, along with local attractions to explore.

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When to Visit Puerto Natales

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Most tourists opt to visit the area during the summer months of November to March, when temperatures average around 65 degrees.

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Where to Stay in Puerto Natales

Hotel Temauken offers clean, modern rooms with fantastic views. At the Singing Lamb, you'll stay in stylish hostel rooms with an eco-friendly theme.

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Shopping Streets

You will find shops with locally made handicrafts, including jewelry and textile goods, along Hermann Eberhard through the downtown area. You'll also find many shops with mountaineering and hiking gear.

Groceries and Other

Unimarc and Don Bosco are the two larger supermarkets in town, with a reasonable selection of food, especially products for hiking. A quart of milk costs about CLP$740 and a dozen eggs about CLP$1,700.

Where to Eat in Puerto Natales

Enjoy bistro-style cuisine in elegant surroundings with leather upholstery and views of the water at the Singular, with mains that start at CLP$6,000. You'll love the local specialties, including imaginative cocktails, at El Rincón del Tata, with main dishes that start at CLP$4,500.