Holidays to Puerto Natales

Dreaming of a trip to Chile? Puerto Natales has everything you need for a great holiday. You could visit Serrano Glacier, or how about spending an afternoon at Cueva del Milodón? Better still, it doesn't need to cost you the world. We compare hundreds of flight and hotel options to …

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When to go to Puerto Natales

Typical Holiday Price

£1392 per person

The average price of hotels and apartments in Puerto Natales varies according to the time of year. To help you plan when to go, we've looked at the hotels available on our site, then worked out the average price per night for the quietest and the busiest months.

Cheapest Month to Visit


Based on a typical 1 week holiday - adding together the cost of flights and accommodation - January is the cheapest month to go to Puerto Natales.

Where to stay in Puerto Natales

Whatever your travelling style, we can help find you the perfect place to stay. From luxurious hotels to practical apartments, these are our most popular places in Puerto Natales, according to other travellers.

Things to see and do in Puerto Natales

Krista Canfield McNish | Trip by SkyscannerSerrano Glacier
Serrano Glacier
Harold | Trip by SkyscannerCueva del Milodón
Cueva del Milodón
Fernando Salazar R. Derechos Reservados © | FlickrCostanera De Puerto Natales, Seno de Última Esperanza.
Costanera De Puerto Natales, Seno de Última Esperanza.
Tehhen | FlickrLocomotora Mc Lleland
Locomotora Mc Lleland
Liam Quinn | FlickrMuelle Braun & Blanchard
Muelle Braun & Blanchard
GONZALO BAEZA | FlickrMuelle Viejo
Muelle Viejo
Daniela Snow | FlickrMonumento al Milodón
Monumento al Milodón
Krista Canfield McNish | Trip by SkyscannerMandala Andino
Mandala Andino
Krista Canfield McNish | Trip by SkyscannerAgunsa Patagonia
Agunsa Patagonia
Harold | Trip by SkyscannerCascada

Reviews of Puerto Natales

Krista Canfield McNish
Krista Canfield McNishSan Francisco

Puerto Natales is like Queenstown in New Zealand and Talkeetna in Alaska. It's a petite little place that packs a punch. It oozes charm with everything from a cute chocolate shop to an excellent little local coffee shop (which just happens to be named The Coffee Shop). I really adored this place and our hotel, The Singular Patagonia, was amazing. Walk along the waterfront, snap a picture of the megladon mascot and just relax.


Smaller than Punta Arenas but the vibe here is decidedly relaxed and the restaurants and cafés here have a lot of charm. A nice gateway to Torres del Paine that would be worth an extra day if you have the time. The waterfront is pleasant. There are a lot of stray dogs but they are in good health and well-behaved.

Michael Nolan
Michael Nolan

Like most towns in Patagonia, Puerto Natales is more of a launching pad for nature based activities than anything else. That said, its a great launching pad. Why? Well, for starters, it has the best town mascot of all time: the megladon! What is that? Apparently a giant, now extinct sloth. And yes, it's everywhere - from the town entrance (read: giant megladon statue) to the street signs (see: megladon outlines on every post) to the businesses (biggest regret: not using Megladon laundry). Basically, if I could, I would rate the Megladon a 5/5, but sadly its not quite tangible enough to make it to a review page. Beyond the Megladon, the town has other (but more standard fare) offerings. Try Afrigonia for delicious food (stick to their meat selection). Stay at Erratic Rock (if it's not booked up). Drink at the bar next door (and rent trekking gear there as well).

Jeff Jung
Jeff JungBogota

Good place to chill before and after your trip to the Torres Del Paine park. Surprisingly charming.

Nearby destinations

El Calafate

Punta Arenas

Rio Gallegos