Serrano River and Glacier
This trip is available on request for a minimum of two clients between November and April. Contact us for already confirmed departures.Accommodation
Two hotel nights and one night wild camping (limited facilities) in remote sites.Excludes
Getting yourself to Puerto Natales at the start of the trip; flights; airport taxes; meals not stated on the itinerary.Extras
Upgrade to the Pampa Lodge at the Serrano River or a spa hotel with roof top jacuzzi in Puerto Natales, contact us for prices.
Price on requestSummarySummary
An exciting kayaking adventure, paddling downriver from Torres del Paine through Bernardo O'Higgins National Park and into Last Hope Sound with a wild night camping and a final boat to whisk you back to Puerto NatalesHighlights
Admire the dramatic Paine Massif from your king sized bed Sample Patagonia's magnificent fjords and waterways Kayak to the rarely visited and remote Serrano Glacier Paddle around icebergs in the magical Serrano Lagoon Kayak through the stunning Bernardo oHiggins National Park Paddle up to the face of a vertical towering glacier Enjoy wild camping in a spectacular and pristine wilderness area Sip chilled wine while your cook prepares dinner Camp under the huge southern skies beside ever flowing rivers Combine comfortable hotels with one night under canvasDay by Day
Day 1: Private transfer to Paine. Hotel Serrano River. Day 2: Paddle 26 miles to Balmaceda. Remote camp. Day 3: Paddle in the Serrano Lagoon. Boat. Hotel. Day 4: Breakfast and onward travelIs this trip for me?
This trip requires some experience of kayaking with a difficulty level of medium to high owing to the distance encountered and the potential for challenging river and weather conditions. You should be in a good physical condition and able to swim. You should also be comfortable around water and enjoy travelling in remote areas. Participants should be between 14 and 65 years old, we can make exceptions to this in the event you have an intermediate level of knowledge and experience and are in good physical shape. In any event you should have an open mind and flexible attitude and be prepared for itinerary changes if the conditions so dictate. Some of the paddling will be against the current so you should be moderately strong Camping is generally wild with few facilities The trip is fully supported and guided throughout This is a great trip to round off a hiking or riding trip in Paine. Check out our other 4-day trips and put together your own custom itinerary We reserve the right to alter or cancel all or part of the itinerary if the wind velocity is too strong causing the trip to be unsafe. BlueGreen Adventures supports its guides decisions at all times. Our maximum group size is 8 clients unless by prior arrangementIncludes
Private transfer from Puerto Natales to Serrano River Three nights accommodation (two hotel nights, one night wild camping) A cook to prepare meals while camping with limited wine at dinner All equipment provided including synthetic sleeping bag and Thermorest mat Wilderness and First Aid certified kayak guide, double kayaks, all equipment including one piece polartec suit and dry suit, life jackets, gloves, booties, wet socks, spray skirt, dry bag, waterproof camera and smart phone case. Safety equipment; bilge pump, tow line, VHF radio, satellite phone, first aid and hypothermia kits Boat trip to Puerto Natales and Estancia Perales lunch. All meals from dinner on Day 1 through to lunch on Day 3 and breakfast on Day 4 Clients insurance (it is a condition of booking that you travel with insurance). Entrance fees to National Parks