That’s all it is! You pay to go and look at a big cave... The history is interesting and the background to the Milodon but you can read that on line. The “tour” is a visit to a big cave and paying 5,000 pesos each...More
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Large interesting cave. Kids might like it and good option if the weather turns south! Interesting formations.
The remains of an extinct giant sloth were discovered here. You can learn about the history of the human habitation in this area and about the flora and fauna. It is an easy walk for those who will find much of Patagonia requires some serious...More
Easy 200m walk to access the cave from the visitor centre. The cave is huge and you can just imagine what it must have been like millennia ago when it was occupied by hundreds of people. A recommended visit and easy to reach from town....More
This milodon cave visit was a lot like disney world, with fake dinosaurs and cutouts on the lawn before you get to the cave itself. It is meant to be educational. The cave trail has a lot of steps so may not be great for...More
We stopped here before heading to Torres del Paine. It is a part of the history of the area. Cueva del Milodón Natural Monument is a Natural Monument located in the Chilean Patagonia,24 km (15 mi) northwest of Puerto Natales and 270 km (168 mi)...More
Stopped here as a break on the journey from Punta Arenas to Torres del Paine. This is a self guided walking tour of this huge cave. There are numerous information boards describing historic life in the cave. Replicas of the Milodon - a prehistoric form...More
Might not have chosen to go there but it was included in the tour. I'm glad I went, the cave is huge. Plus I got some really nice pics.