The Karukinka reserve in Southern Tierra del Fuego was established in 2004 through a land grant from Goldman Sachs to the Wildlife Conservation Society (WCS) in one of the largest donations ever made for conservation in the world. Karukinka, which means “our land” in the language of the indigenous Selk’nam, is a pristine corner at the end of the world, boasting imposing mountain ranges, virgin sub-antarctic forests, unique peat bogs, and endless rolling steppes. The reserve is a spectacular showcase for emblematic Patagonian wildlife such as guanacos, foxes, Magellanic woodpeckers and the majestic Andean condor, and is home to more than seven hundred plant species. Besides that, you will we be able to enjoy the majestic views of the deep fjords and white-caped mountains of the untamed Darwin Range and see incredible glaciers falling from 1,500m into the sea. Only a few have had the opportunity to discover the secrets of Karukinka – your chance awaits! Join us on a trip to the first and just recently opened trails in Karukinka!
Difficulty: Moderate –Includes trekking, kayaking, sea-navigation, mountain biking, horseback riding and flora and fauna observation
Lodging: Camping, cabins and cabin aboard the boat during the expedition
We can only offer a limited amount of spaces!