Puerto Williams, Chile, February 2011
Navarino Island (Isla Navarino) is a Chilean island located strategically between Isla Grande de Tierra del Fuego, to the north, and Cape Horn, to the south. The island forms part of the Commune of Cabo de Hornos, the southernmost commune in Chile and in the world, belonging to Antártica Chilena Province in the XII Region of Magallanes and Chilean Antarctica.
The island’s population is concentrated primarily in the communal capital, Puerto Williams, and in small settlements like Puerto Navarino and Puerto Toro. The highest point of the island is Pico Navarino at 1195 metres.
Puerto Williams is the most southern town of size in the world. There is a settlement further south but its inaccessible by road and only a few people live there! This island is the most southern of inhabited Chilean territory.
The town is located on Navarino Island’s northern coastal strip.
Photos taken 8th to 10th February 2011.