At Cape San Isidro it’s located one of the most iconic lighthouses in Patagonia. San Isidro Lighthouse was built in 1904 as part of the plan to illuminate the channels, started in the early twentieth century, some of the most remarkable are the Evangelists, Dungeness Point and Punta Delgada.

Located 75 kilometers south of the city of Punta Arenas, on the southeast coast of the Brunswick Peninsula, Cape San Isidro is a landscape of mountains and a great diversity of species and habitats: subantarctic Coigüe forests and Canelos, wetlands, alpine areas, glacial valleys, rivers and lakes. The landscape includes vast southern forests, the Strait of Magellan and a marvelous view of Tierra del Fuego.

To get there, it´s needed to hike from Punta San Juan 3 to 4 hours, or book a 30 minutes boat trip by the Strait of Magellan, been common the sightings of dolphins and various bird species typical of circumpolar marine environments.