Chances are you are travelling to Chile in order to visit this celebrated National Park, are rightly so! In the heart of Southern Patagonia, Torres del Paine is truly astounding.
Here you feel insignificant in front of the amazing display of nature. Hanging glaciers, turquoise lake waters and towering granite horns whilst the feeling that you truly are at the end of the world.
Torres del Paine is one of the world’s last wildernesses but it is getting very popular amongst the international travelling scene so in the peak season (between December and February) it can be quite busy. However, don’t let this put you off as it has to be witnessed once in your life at least. And more so if you love hiking as it is here you can trek two of South America’s most beautiful treks, the W and O.
There are plenty of accommodation choices in Torres del Paine and most inside the national park. Some are true luxury getaways offering all inclusive programs with full board and all guided excursions and we believe this is truly the best way to live the park. They come at a price so if you cannot stretch to their price tag, don’t despair as you can still visit Torres del Paine from your base in Puerto Natales.
We recommend a minimum of 3 nights stay to make the most of your visit and to have plenty of time to try different explorations on foot, by boat and horseback.