The King Penguin Natural Reserve is located at Km. 14.5 route Y-85, Bahía Inútil sector, Tierra del Fuego, Chile. This conservation area covers 36 ha. with public use area and 60 ha. of mitigation area. This private conservation initiative promotes the conservation and protection of both the king penguin and the richness of vegetation, other fauna and archaeological sites in Bahía Inútil, accommodating a conservation project based on three fundamental pillars: Research, Education and Ecotourism. Concepts that build the guidelines to preserve the natural and cultural heritage of Tierra del Fuego.