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Dientes de Navarino

Moser Active - 7 days

  • Dientes de Navarino
  • 7 days / 6 nights
  • Difficulty: Medium
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> Visit the legendary Strait of Magellan & Beagle Channel
> Trek the Dientes de Navarino Circuit, the southernmost trekking in the world on Isla Navarino, Tierra del Fuego
> Fly on a twin-engine Twin-Otter over the breathtaking Darwin Mountain Range
> Trek through rock pinnacles, alpine lakes & beaver dams
> Visit the charming village Puerto Williams

The “Dientes de Navarino Circuit” is a trekking experience at the edge of the world! This southernmost trekking route is a once-in-a-lifetime experience that will fascinate curious and experienced hikers. 

On this pioneer-adventure in the mountains of Dientes de Navarino, you will land right in the middle of Tierra del Fuego’s mystic beauty. Hike through wet swampland and quaint forests of beech trees before you finally reach the sharp teeth, Los Dientes, of Navarino Island. These natural jewels are embedded in small blue-lustrous lagoons. Also hike through the southern end of the world to watch beavers building their dams, while resisting the extremely strong gusts of wind that indicate the closeness of Cape Horn.

Important: Trek available from December to April.


What's the plan?

Day 1
After having arrived at the airport of Punta Arenas, private transfer to the guesthouse in Punta Arenas (without a guide).  In the evening, you will have a short briefing with our guide for your tour on Tierra del Fuego. Spend the night in a guesthouse in a double room with a private bathroom. (-/-/-) 

Day 2
In the morning you fly with a twin-engine Twin-Otter to Puerto Williams where you start your exciting adventure tour. Puerto Williams (2,300 inhabitants) is the southernmost settlement north of the Antarctic. In the afternoon you have time to explore the tiny fishing village on your own and to visit the interesting Martin Gusinde museum, where you can learn a lot about the culture of the Yamana Indians.

Overnight: Guesthouse in Puerto Williams in a double room with a private bathroom. (B/-/D)

Day 3
Today you hike through a deep forest of beech trees and swampland uphill to Laguna Salto (480 m / 1,575 ft). You set up camp close to the gorgeous laguna, where you spend the night in tents.

Appr. walking time: 5 hours
Walking distance: 6,5 km (4 miles)
Elevation gain of approx. 600 m (1,970 ft) ascent and 200 m (660 ft) descent. Overnight: in tents on campsite Laguna Salto. (B/LB/D) 

Day 4
Today you hike over the Paso Primero to the Mirador de Los Dientes. You enjoy a picturesque view over the Dientes Mountain range with its blue lagoons. Afterwards, you hike further over terrain that might be partly snow-covered to reach the Paso Australia (805 m / 2,640 ft). On your way, you discover small lagoons and the sharp rising Dientes mountains until you arrive at your next campsite.

Appr. walking time: 5 hours
Walking distance: 6,5 km (4 miles)
Elevation gain of approx. 400 m (1,310 ft) ascent and descent.
Overnight: in tents on campsite Laguna Escondida. (B/LB/D)

Day 5
Today you walk through the hidden and untouched valleys of Isla Navarino and cross the Paso Ventarron (696 m / 2,280 ft). Upon reaching the valley you can observe beaver marked forests and dams. If you are lucky, you may have the chance to observe them busy at work building structures around their habitat. 

Appr. walking time: 4-5 hours
Walking distance: 7,5 km (4,7 miles)
Elevation gain of approx. 300 m (980 ft) ascent and descent.
Overnight: in tents on campsite Laguna Martillo. (B/LB/D) 

Day 6
You hike uphill on a sometimes muddy trail to Paso Virginia (829 m / 2,720 ft ), the highest point of the Dientes de Navarino-Circuit. From up there you will enjoy spectacular views back to the rock spires of Monte Lindenmayer and also to Hoste Island and Ushuaia. Afterward, you descent to Laguna Guanacas and hike back to Puerto Williams, passing a dense Coigue forest and fire-cleared slopes until you reach Los Bronces. From there you have a private transfer back to your guesthouse in Puerto Williams followed by a farewell dinner.

Appr. walking time: 7-8 hours
Walking distance: 12 km (7,5 miles)
Elevation gain of approx. 420 m (1,380 ft) ascent and 830 m (2,720 ft) descent. Overnight: Guesthouse in Puerto Williams in a cozy atmosphere in a double room with private bathroom. (B/LB/D)

Day 7
You travel back with the Twin-Otter over the Darwin Mountain range to Punta Arenas and say goodbye to our local trekking-guide  (alternative boat ride to Ushuaia). (B/-/-)

What's Included?


Airport Pick Up 
Upon arrival at the airport in Punta Arenas, Chile a private transfer will take you to the hotel, without a tour guide. 

All public and private transfers as per the detailed itinerary are included in the price of the trek. The trekking company will take care of all the arrangements.

The domestic flight from Punta Arenas to Puerto Williams and back to Punta Arenas is included in the price of the trek (alternative: boat ride to Ushuaia).

√ English and Spanish speaking trekking guide
A local English/Spanish speaking certified trekking guide will be with you at all times during the trekking expedition. 

√ Porters
Also, local porters will carry the expedition tents and cooking equipment on all trekking days. They will take care of setting up the camps every night.

√ Accommodation
You will spend 3 nights in a guesthouse in double room with private bathroom and 3 nights in roomy, high-quality 3-person expedition tents (to be used for 2 people).

√ Meals
All meals described in the itinerary are included in the price of the trek. These include: 6 x breakfast, 4 x box lunch, 5 x dinner. Cooking and eating utensils will be provided while camping.

√ Emergency equipment
Emergency equipment including a first-aid kit and satellite phone will be available during the whole trek.

√ Luggage keeping
The luggage that is not required during the trek can be stored in the guesthouse in Puerto Williams.


× Airfare
You have to make your way to Punta Arenas. The total amount is exclusive of flights to and from Chile. 

Single supplement
The single supplement for single accommodation has an extra charge of  $170 USD / 150 EUR p.p.

× Accommodation before and after the trek
Before and after the trek you have to take care of your own accommodation.

× Personal Expenses
Personal expenses during the trek, as well as meals and beverages not indicated in the itinerary,  are not included in the price of the trek.

× Sleeping Bags
Sleeping bag and camping mat are not included in the price of the trek, you must bring your own.

× Optional trips
Optional excursions are not included in the price of the trek.

× Excess Luggage
If you have excess luggage during the flight from Punta Arenas to Puerto Williams and back, this must be paid by you.

× Travel Insurance
Travel insurance is mandatory and must be purchased prior to the start of the trip. Your international travel insurance is your own responsibility. It is important that your travel insurance also covers adventures at a high altitude. Discuss your itinerary with the insurance company before your trek. 

× Tipping
Tipps for the guide and porter are not included in the price of the trek. You decide how much to tip, but if you got a good service from your guide, be generous.

Note: We will match solo travelers with another traveler of the same gender to avoid extra charge for single supplement, except the client wants a guaranteed single occupancy. IF WE ARE NOT ABLE TO FIND SOMEBODY TO SHARE, SO WE WILL CHARGE ONLY 50% OF THE SINGLE OCCUPANCY.



You will spend 3 nights in a guesthouse in a double room with private bathroom and 3 nights in roomy, high-quality 3-person expedition tents (to be used for 2 people). The trekking company will provide the tents. However, you must bring your own sleeping bag and camping mat.

 Special comfort like dinning-/cooking-tent, showers and toilets should not be expected on Isla Navarino Trek. The luggage that is not required during the trekking tour can be stored locked in the guesthouse in Puerto Williams.

Note: We will match solo travelers with another traveler of the same gender to avoid extra charge for single supplement, except the client wants a guaranteed single occupancy. IF WE ARE NOT ABLE TO FIND SOMEBODY TO SHARE, SO WE WILL CHARGE ONLY 50% OF THE SINGLE OCCUPANCY.



Where is Dientes de Navarino Circuit?

Dientes de Navarino is the southernmost trekking route in the world, and is located in Navarino Island, in the archipelago of Tierra del Fuego. Navarino island is part of the commune of Cabo de Hornos, in the Region of Magallanes and Chilean Antarctica. 

The amazing Dientes de Navarino (Navarino Teeth) is a mountain range covered by Magellanic forests and extensive peat mudflats with lakes and lagoons rich in fauna. The famous hiking circuit goes around the jagged pinnacles known as the Dientes de Navarino and passes peaks such as Cerro Clem and Montes Lindenmayer.

Best season
Truth be told, you can visit the Patagonia whenever you want. Most National Parks are open all year round and all seasons have something special to offer. That being said, the most recommended time of the year to enjoy Patagonia is from October to April, when days are longer and temperatures are not that low. During wintertime (June to September) you may have some trouble completing your trek due to bad weather conditions and snow. Moreover, not all tours can be operated during these months.

Do you make it to your destinations as planned? Often this depends on the unpredictable weather in the mountains. However, it can also depend on your own physical condition.

Excellent physical fitness and team spirit are necessary requirements for this tour. Moreover, you should be able to walk long distances (4 to 8 hours a day) on muddy, rocky and sometimes snowy trails carrying your own backpack of 50 - 60 liter  (10-13 kg / 22–29 lbs). Your personal items, camping mat, and sleeping bag, as well as some meals for the trekking days, have to be carried by yourself. Porters carry the expedition tents, all cooking facilities and set up camp.

Do you like walking, have you done trekking at an altitude more often and do you sport twice a week on average? With a little extra training, you’ll soon be ready for this beautiful trekking in Patagonia.

Is this the first time that you are trekking in the mountains? Make sure you are well prepared. This is important for your safety, but also for that of your team. Make sure you start six months in advance with an hour’s walk twice a week. Read this blog post and get fit for trekking in Patagonia.

Packing List

Packing List

Trekking in Patagonia requires decent gear. Especially the basics like a 40-50l backpack and quality trekking socks. Read an extensive blog here about what to bring with you. Here is a recommended packing list from Moser Active for your Dientes de Navarino trek:

• Duffel bag for all the rest of your luggage, which you do not need during the trek (to leave locked at your guesthouse) 
• Backpack of 40-50 liter (8-10 kg / 17-22 lbs) for the trek 
• Rain cover for your backpack 
• Passport pouch or money belt 

Personal Camping Gear 
• Sleeping bag with compression stuff sack minus 5 Grad/C comfort (minus 15 Grad/C extreme) (rated to approx. 20º Fahrenheit comfort) 
• Inflatable camping mat (e.g. Therm-A-Rest NeoAir) 

• Windstopper fleece jacket 
• Hiking pants, lightweight, synthetic and loose-fitting – quick dry 
• Long sleeve shirts, synthetic or merino 
• T-Shirts, synthetic or merino 
• Breathable underwear, polypropylene or merino or similar 
• Hiking socks, blister-free

• Rain jacket, waterproof and breathable (Goretex, Sympatex etc.) 
• Rain pants, waterproof and breathable, side-zip pants are highly recommended 
• Light Down or synthetic Jacket 

Clothing Accessories 
• Sun hat – Bandana – Scarf 
• Hat (warm) - Beanie
• Gloves – Fleece 
• Gaiters, knee-high, we use and recommend crocodile gaiters or similar!! They are mandatory !!

• Sturdy hiking boots, waterproof, lightweight, broken in, aggressive tread - over the ankle 
•Sandals or flip-flop or Crocs Important
• Trekking poles – Mandatory!

Travel Accessories 
• Water bottle – 500ml 
• Headlamp and batteries 
• Sunglasses and retainer strap 
• Sun blocker + 20 and lip balm 
• Toiletry kit 
• Trekking towel 
• Hand sanitizer gel 
• Personal prescription medication 
• Insect repellent / Mosquito repellent 
• Watch with alarm or travel clock 
• Ziploc with toilet paper 

Optional equipment 
• Camera, memory cards and batteries 
• Small binoculars for bird watching 
• Thermos 
• Spare contact lenses or glasses 
• Earplugs 
• Several Ziploc plastic bags



Safety is of the utmost importance to us. That is why this is an area in which we simply do not compromise when it comes to keeping the cost of our trekkings low. Our guides have been selected on the basis of their technical competence, proven safety performance, impeccable judgement, friendly attitude and ability to provide useful and expert instructions. All our guides are enthusiastic trekkers, nature lovers and experts in their country and its people. They have a profound knowledge of the local life and traditions, speak at least two foreign languages and love to share their passion for the destintion with other trekkers. It goes without saying, that they are all well trained in wilderness first aid (WFR).

Moreover, we provide all trekkers who visit the mountains of Chile are provided with excellent equipment. We buy equipment from well-known manufacturers that certify best test results even under extreme weather conditions.

Moser Active

Moser Active

Moser Active is one of the leading adventure tour operator specialized in guided outdoor active journeys across Chile’s most iconic regions: the Atacama Desert and Altiplano, Patagonia and Tierra del Fuego. Activities range from hiking, trekking, mountaineering, kayaking, and multisport excursions; featuring a combination of physical activities, interaction with nature, cultural exchange and local gastronomy.

Moser Active was established by Christian Moser in 2004, after falling in love with Chile during a 6-month hiking and backpacking trip and immigrating to the country in 2000. The company began operating group trips to Chile’s Patagonia region in early 2005 and was the first tour operator to develop the trekking trail around Isla Navarino and offering wilderness trips in the area. In 2009, MOSER Active expanded its operation to the northern part of the country to offer trekking tours and mountain expeditions in the Atacama and Altiplano regions. The company, which is based in Puerto Natales in the southern half of Patagonia, offers outdoor active trips across northern and southern Chile, as well as Argentina’s Patagonia area. Trips vary in activity, length of time and physical level.   

When traveling with us, we guarantee that you will experience the most unique and authentic places, taste Chile’s best culinary highlights, interact with local cultures and marvel at the natural beauty of each region. Meeting local residents often leaves the deepest impressions as you get to know the customs and traditions of the indigenous people and learn about their way of living. Follow us away from the beaten paths and the highly frequented towns to discover the unexpected!

How to Book

How does it work?
On you can find and compare the adventures of your dreams. Is this trekking adventure your match? In that case, you can proceed to book. For the Patagonia products, you can book your trek by paying 15% of the total amount. However, 45 days before your trek, you must pay the remaining 85%. If you book within 45 days of your trip, then you must pay the full amount. 

This is so because the trekking companies must pay for the accommodation in refugios beforehand in order to secure your spots. Once the accommodation has been booked, it cannot be refunded. uses only the safest payment methods. Once your booking has been received, your place is reserved, your place is safe and you can look forward to your chosen trekking.

After you have made your booking, you will receive an e-mail confirmation with all the necessary information and the contact details of the trekking company. If you have any questions or if you want to clarify something, you can obtain information directly from the right person. Of course, you can also always ask us your question. Send us an e-mail on

The trekking company will also receive your details and can therefore always contact you and provide you with extra information.

Cancellation Policy
You wish you didn’t have to, but there is no other way: You find yourself having to cancel your plans. In this case, you lose your deposit, but since you haven’t paid the large sum yet, you at least save that. If you cancel your trip within 45 days before the trek, then the amount is non-refundable. Please do let us know if you cannot make it. A no-show can be a small disaster for your trekking provider, who did its best to block your dates. View our complete cancellation policy here.

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