Torres del Paine National Park

Guided tour of this National Park recently recognized as the eighth wonder of the world. The visit allows you to discover the most important attractions of this natural reserve and its surroundings, such as the Milodon Cave, Cerro Castillo, Laguna Amarga and the Sarmiento, Nordenskjold, Pehoé and Grey lakes where millenary ice can be found.


* The indicated values and program are valid for the year 2019 and are subject to modifications.


The Excursion begins with the first stop at Cueva del Milodón located 27 km from Puerto Natales, a walk of approximately 30 minutes.


Later, after a tour of about 45 minutes, we will visit Cerro Castillo mythical estancia, where we will make a trip in the past and we will be able to imagine the beginnings in the colonization of Patagonia, to make a journey of about 30 minutes.


The entrance to the national park is estimated for the half day, where we will make a walk and a lunch in the park.

Glaciar Grey

After lunch in the park we go to the Lake and Gray Glacier that is part of the Southern Ice Field. Beautiful walk among lenga woods.

  • Includes: Transfer to Torres del Paine, with visit to the Milodón Cave and the Estancia Cerro Castillo. Bilingual guide, permanent assistance of the Guide, seat insurance.
  • Not included: Lunch, Entrance fees to National Parks, Special Insurance.

  • Departures: Daily, all year round (shared Service)

  • Hours: 07:30 to 19:30 (referential)

  • Optional: Private Land Transport (value to be defined according to the number of passengers)


Given the characteristics of our climates in the area, it is recommended to use the following elements:

  • Wear warm clothing, hiking shoes or boots

  • A scarf, gloves and hat are very useful

  • Wear sunglasses

  • Use of Sunblock

  • Personal backpack with plastic bag to protect delicate items

Causal suspension of the excursion:

  • The suspension of the excursion is carried out in the event that the weather conditions are very unfavorable, such as for extreme winds or floods in the park due to excess water fall.

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Torres del Paine National Park