In the Brunswick Peninsula, few kilometers north of Antarctica, native species from the subantarctic region at the southernmost point of South America, behold from immemorial times and in absolute silence to the waters that naturally emerge from the depths of Patagonia after a voyage of millennia.

Native forests of Calafate berries, beech, fern and magellanic orchids, beautify the surroundings of YAKTAL´s facilities, avoiding any human intervention to keep the YAKTAL woods at its highest virginity.

On the coasts of the Straits of Magellan, YAKTAL is found, in the midst of native and untouched wilderness.