Marvel at the Most Impressive Peaks in Chilean Patagonia
Torres del Paine, or the "Paine Towers," is the iconic image of Chilean Patagonia.
The Torres del Paine granite peaks and surrounding Magellanic forests can be seen in a day excursion from Puerto Natales. But to do this stunning national park justice, plan to stay inside of the park for at least a few days. On Torres del Paine tours, you may spot Andean Condors, Magellanic Horned Owls, Chilean Flamingoes, South American gray foxes, South Andean deer and much more. Breathe fresh air and go sightseeing along the Serrano River, the Grey Glacier, the lagoons of Lago Pehoe, Lago Nordenskjöld and Lago Sarmiento. Enjoy scenic walks or rigorous hikes, all with breathtaking scenery.Customize your Torres del Paine Tours
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We recommend that you spend at least a few days exploring the Torres del Paine National Park. The best way to explore it is by staying at a hotel or camp inside the national park, rather than transferring to and from the nearby cities of Puerto Natales or Punta Arenas. Once you're inside the park, most likely you won't want to leave. There is so much to see and soak in! There are several different options for lodging while on our Torres del Paine Tours, such as the luxurious Hotel Las Torres or Patagonia Eco-Camp. Here you can enjoy all meals, guided tours, free time for hiking on your own, horseback riding, and other amenities to make your stay in Patagonia unforgettable.
Torres del Paine is at the crossroad, so to speak, between the lake district in northern Patagonia and the extreme southern tip of Tierra del Fuego. So some Patagonia cruises will stop near Torres del Paine National Park and include a transfer to the park, en route between Punta Arenas and Puerto Montt. Torres del Paine is also accessible from Puerto Natales and El Calafate by road.