Puerto Aysén is a town in Chilean Patagonia located in the Aysén fjord, 65 kilometers from Coyhaique.
Have you imagined how life goes on in the fjords of Patagonia? Here we will tell you the history of Puerto Aysén, a town located on the banks of the river, a few kilometers from the sea and surrounded by huge mountains full of evergreen forests.
It is an almost pristine place, where 80% of the territory has not been explored by humans. This presents a tremendous challenge for its people, Chileans who are united to receive tourists and show them the best of Puerto Aysén.
What excursions you can not miss?
Aysén river: Sailing by boat on the Aysén River until arriving at the famous Presidente Ibáñez Bridge declared National Monument of Chile. On the way you can see the vegetation, fishing boats and views of the city.
Acantilada Bay: As its name says, this bay is surrounded by mountains and evergreen vegetation. This place is suitable for swimming, diving and is used to practice water sports at any time of the year.
Río route and Los Palos lagoon: For those who want to go horseback riding, walking, fishing and kayaking, they can do so in the area surrounding the river and the Los Palos lagoon in the middle of evergreen forests.
Puerto Aysén: The city of Puerto Aysén has been growing and boosting tourism with craft fairs and places to contemplate nature. The cycle path is being completed for all tourists who arrive with their bicycles and want to visit Puerto Aysén and its surroundings.