The Exploradores glacier is part of a large mass of ice that descends from Mount San Valentín, which is the highest mountain in Patagonia. In this glacier, which is approximately 18 kilometers long, you can do trekking that begins in the Exploradores Bay. Tourists from all over the world come to this place to contemplate this landscape.
The weather in this place is both rainy maritime (in the coastal zone and fiords) and cold near the mountains). It rains all year round, even in summer. The average annual temperature is 8°C.
It is advisable to wear clothes that are suitable for rain.
Make sure you buy everything you need in the big cities. The rest of the towns have limited stock of things, and the prices are higher than in the city.
Stores in rural areas are open all day, but they close between 13.00 and 15.00. We advise you to carry local currency (Chilean pesos), since it isn’t possible to pay with debit or credit cards in kiosks and rural stores.
Do not litter on parks or streets. Taking care of our environment is everyone's responsibility. Avoid fines by following the rules.
Exploradores glacier map
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