Truly one of the most stunning and majestic natural gems in the world. Rising out of the flat “pampa” grasslands, the glacier-studded Paine massif includes the three 1,000-meter towers for which the park is named, glowing turquoise lakes, quiet forested valleys, iceberg lined beaches, and wildlife ranging from guanacos to condors to pumas. Few places in the world can offer such a diversity of intense beauty. This is why, despite its remoteness, Torres del Paine is still one of South America’s most popular parks.
From the famous 9-day O-circuit hike roughing it in campsites and refugios, to five-star, all inclusive luxury hotels, Torres del Paine has something for everyone. As a rule, a visit to this park is more expensive than elsewhere because of high overhead costs of the operations there, but well worth it to see the 8th wonder of the world.Book Your Torres del Paine trip now
The original high-end operation with the most stunning location in the park. Voted one of the 50 best hotels in the world, Explora offers premium lodging with a wide range of activities open to its guests.
The pioneer of dome camps in Chile. Their camp is truly <i>eco</i>, powered entirely by alternative energy. High-quality guided tours in their all-inclusive packages.
Day 1: Pickup rental in Punta Arenas, drive to Hotel Wesker outside Puerto Natales.
Day 2: Drive to park via Milodon Cave; Overnight Hosteria Las Torres.
Day 3: Hike to Towers lookout or explore by car. Overnight Hosteria Las Torres.
Day 4: Visit center of park, Grey Lake and Glacier Grey. Overnight Hosteria Grey.
Day 5: Drive to Punta Arenas via Seno Ottway Penguin colony and return rental car.
Day 1: Pickup rental in Punta Arenas, drive to Hotel Eberhard outside Puerto Natales.
Day 2: Drive to park via Milodon Cave- overnight Hotel Rio Serrano.
Day 3: Explore park on your own. Overnight in Hotel Rio Serrano.
Day 4: Visit center of park and Lake and Glacier Grey. Overnight Hosteria Grey.
Day 5: Drive to Punta Arenas via Seno Ottway Penguin colony and return car.