Just north of Pitipalena Fjord is the newly formed Corcovado National Park, and the Douglas Tompkins Conserved Lands is to the east of the property, both donated to the Chilean Government by previous Fundo Los Leones owners, Douglas Tompkins and Kristine Tompkins. The property is a mere 1.500 yards from the quaint village of Raul Marin Balmaceda, a much-visited site by sailing ships and local fishermen. The seaside town is now accessible by car via the Carretera Austral and a new road from La Junta. Fundo Los Leones also offers a paved airstrip with private charter flights from Puerto Montt (1.5 hours). It is ideally located for sailing, fishing, or as a jumping-off place for a visit to spectacular national parks and hot springs nearby, or for navigating up to the Palena River that empties into the ocean just behind the farm.