General Carrera Lake
Puerto Ibañez - Chile Chico
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From Puerto Ibañez and to Chile Chico, we will sail about 2 hours and 15 minutes by General Carrera Lake, the largest in Chile and the second in South America, after Titicaca.
Lake General Carrera / Buenos Aires is a lake in South America, located in Patagonia and shared by Chile and Argentina. One side of the border has different names, both recognized internationally: in Chile it is known as Lake General Carrera (officially since 1959) while in Argentina it is called Lake Buenos Aires. It is also known by the autochthonous name of Chelenko, which would mean “stormy waters”.
This lake has an area of 1850 km², of which 978.12 km² are in the Chilean Region of Aysén of General Carlos Ibáñez del Campo, and the remaining 880 km² belong to the Argentine province of Santa Cruz, which in the largest lake of the Chilean territory, and the second of Argentina.
* The rate applied for people using wheelchairs or people with disabilities of physical origin will be free.
** The student rate applies to students of basic education, high school or higher who have residence in the district of Chile Chico or Puerto Ibañez duly accredited by the Provincial Government.
* The older adult resident of the district of Chile Chico or Puerto Ibañez will have a preferential rate of 50% of the adult rate, duly accredited by the Provincial Government.
* The trips Avellano, Puerto Cristal and Puerto Sanchez are administered and requested by the Provincial Government of General Carrera, once a month, for residents of this isolated area, aboard the Barcaza Pilchero.