It doesn't get more remote than Hacienda Pucheguin. The 348,000-acre property is hidden in the North Chilean Patagonia region among mountains and forests. Its vast wilderness includes woodland valleys filled with 3,500-year-old Cyprus trees, waterfalls, and natural pools. Towering granite rock walls provide a playground for climbers while its miles of riverbanks are ideal for fishing and kayaking. With its diverse landscapes and ecosystems, the piece of land is prime for conservation and development with adventure seekers in mind.