Travel information

Patagonia Astrology & Adventure 


The main public and military airport to our venue is called Teniente Julio Gallardo, located in Puerto Natales city.
This is the one and only airport where our driver will collect you from. He will be holding a sign with your name on it at the national/domestic exit door.
Any immigration and Custom arrangements are your own responsibility. For further information about visas, fees and taxes please go to... Visa for Chile.
For international and domestic airlines flying into Santiago or Puerto Natales, please check

Currency in Chile is peso (CLP$).

Temperatures in Santiago at that time of the year are between 78° /48° F  (26°/9° C)

Temperatures in Puerto Natales at that time of the year are between 56° /42° F  (13°/6° C)

If you are a solo traveler and happy to share an ensuite double with another solo traveller, please let us know.


Photocopy of travel insurance and passport.
Cash (Chilean peso and US dollar) to settle immigrations fees or any other extra that you buy or need.
Electrical adaptor for type C and L
(2 or 3 pin) plugg, and standard voltage of 220 V.

First aid kit for yourself – we do first aid equipment too.
Confortable clothes, warm and rainy jacket and pants. Sport clothes, sport sneakers or trekking shoes if you feel like taking a trekking optional tour.
Light backpack for our day tours (weather at Patagonia can change from one second to the other so you'll need to be prepared)

Clothes for all types of weather. It's said that in Patagonia you can have 4 seasons weather in one day, so is better to be prepared!
Sun glasses and hat.

Sandals or thongs. 
Bathing/Swimming suit.
Sunscreen or zinc.
Lip balm
Energy bars or snack to boost you up on your spare time.
Books, camera, phone, table games or any personal belonging you would need for your spare time.

Reusable water bottle.