Land in Punta Arenas, Magallanes and Chilean Antarctica, Chile
235.000 acres of an Unique Conservation Spot in Patagonia, Punta Arenas, Chile
In the southern point of the American continent, where America is born, there is a property of more than 235.000 acres. Strategic location, ideal for the development of a conservation project. It is just 62 miles from Punta Arenas, the capital region. The parklands are completely virgin. The views from the top of Cape Froward covers the entire southern part of the Magellan Strait and all the islands to the south that end in the Drake Sea, the passage to the Antarctic. The land can be accessed by sea or air from Punta Arenas. There are no constructions on it. There are thousands of acres of Patagonia peatland, which are a unique and remarkable solution to CO2 capture. For sure this is a land that need's to be protected, discovered, and studied.
Punta Arenas, Magallanes and Chilean Antarctica, Chile