If you want to experience real, raw and natural Patagonia as well as see Humpback whales feed in their natural environment then this excursion is for you. This is a wonderful opportunity to stay on a tiny island in one of the remotest, pristine places on Earth. It involves a navigation into the wilderness channels and fiords that break up the Southern Pacific down the Magallanes Strait, past the southern-most point of continental South America and on to Carlos III Island in the middle of the Francisco Coloane Marine Park.
The excursion is adventurous, exhilarating, and educational. You will have one night in a simple metal framed dome tent on a remote island from where you can see the whales feeding in the channel below.