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Puerto Montt is a fast growing city in the south of Chile, just north of Chiloé Island. It boasts great views of the ocean and towering peaks of the andes, and is a centre for travellers heading further south along the Carretera Austral, or east to Argentina.
There are flights north to Santiago (1 hour 40 minutes) and south to Punta Arenas (2 hours).
Buses pull in at the large and bustling terminal in the middle of town close to the harbour (Diego Portales & Lillo). Many departures to cities in the north, as well as services to Chiloé Island. Cruz del Sur are the fastest, since they own many of the ferries crossing the strait and the bus bypasses the waiting line. Buses to Bariloche in Argentina takes around 7 hours.
Navimag has boats to and from Puerto Natales and Puerto Chacabuco. The passage takes four days, and includes chances of viewing narrow straits, open sea and wildlife. It is sometimes possible to arrange a short visit to the very remote Puerto Eden, which has this ferry as it's only link to the rest of the world
The thousands of taxis and colectivos that bounce like ping pong balls across and along the streets are a fast and usually cheap way of travelling across town. Although you'll find that your feet will take you to most places. If walking, take extra care when crossing streets in this city. Colectivos appear out of nowhere!
The area along the beach near the bus station is pleasant for a walk with things along the way to entertain you. Walking east you'll get great views, especially at sunset, from the hills there.
A good place to have some seafood is at the fishing community of Angelmó. Along with the seafood market there are some restaurants. There are also a lot of options for shopping Mapuche craftworks.
Shop local no.2, an excellent choice and the prices of its dishes are very reasonable. Its soup is incredibly delicious and the portion of the curanto.
There is a multitude of cheap hospedaje in Puerto Montt, so don't despair if your travel guide only shows a few expensive ones.
Hospedaje La Nave, Ancud 107. Downtown and close to the bus terminal. Nothing special about this hospedaje other than it had a room when we were looking for one. Many options around the bus station to choose from, so don't panic if you arrive late.
Hotel Central, Juan Jose Mira 1092, a very comfortable and affordable place, just a less than 10-minute walk to the bus terminal, nice and helpful staff, with a choice of standard room or cabana room.