Surrounded by an imposing natural scenery and with 3 miles of coastline, Ulaa Patagonia is situated by the magical turquoise waters of the Lago Inferior, at the center of the North Patagonia Andean Biosphere Reserve, an area protected by the UNESCO (United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization).
In the language of the locals, the Mapuches, “Puelo” means “the end of the road”. The absence of roads and vehicles, and of any kind of noise or air pollution, and the area’s pristine surroundings provide a unique environment for adventure and discovery.
The nearest airport is located in the city of San Carlos de Bariloche, in Patagonia Argentina.
From there, you take Route 237 to Lago Puelo, through El Bolsón. The trip from the airport to Ulaa Patagonia takes about 3 hours and 30 minutes.
To reach Ulaa Patagonia, visitors will need to take a boat ride of approximately 45 minutes or they also can choose trekking to reach Ulaa. There are numerous boats that provide this service from the harbor at Lago Puelo to Lago Inferior.
Important: As Ulaa Patagonia is located in Chilean territory and accessed via Argentina, visitors must be sure to bring the proper documentation (identity document, passport) to go through Immigration.