Cave of the Milodón

Category: Sense of Place


Photo and caption by Adriana Treuer

Aside from the enormous historical and scientific meaning, the Cave of the Milodón has great attractive a tourist one, among others by the beautiful landscape surrounds that it and because it is to only 88 km to the south of the National Park Towers of the Paine, turns which it into forced shutdown for those who travels from or towards the park. In addition, to the entrance of the greater cave is an retort of the animal, resemblance to a sluggish one, constructed by the National Service of Tourism of Chile(Sernatur).

Location: Located to 24 km to the north of Puerto Natales, Magallanes region, Chile.


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