Full Day Torres del Paine

OPERATES
Daily from September to March

On Mondays, Wednesdays and Saturdays from April to September  

From 7 to 21

It doesn´t operate on December 25th an January 1st

DURATION
Half Day

MINIMUM AGE

From 10 to 75 years old

PHYSICAL DEMAND

Due to its long duration and distances to cover on gravel roads, this excursion is not recommended for young children, pregnant women, people with risky diseases, neck or spinal problems, heart ailments or reduced motor skills.

MEAL
Box Lunch 

NATIONAL PARK ENTRANCE FEE IS NOT INCLUDED  

 You will have to pay CLP 22.000 (Chilean Pesos) 

And during winter: CLP 11.000 (Chilean Pesos) 

Aboard our OVERLAND 4X4 TRUCKS we will visit strategic points, from where we will undertake walks that allow us to access the panoramic viewpoints of the most important natural attractions of the Park. By default we do a walk of low technical difficulty and minimal physical demand. The walk is done in the company of our trekking guides authorized by CONAF – Chile.

In the Amarga Lagoon, taking advantage of the potential of our 4x4s, we will skirt the lagoon along its sandy coasts, to access the best panoramic view of the Torres del Paine. There we stop for a short walk. Then we will continue to the Paine Waterfall where we will go down to have a picnic at the Río Paine ridge with views of Las Torres. Lunch is outdoors and in nature, protected by the vegetation or even inside our Overland trucks if the weather doesn’t suit us.

Once underway again, and after making stops at various viewpoints such as Laguna de los Cisnes and Mirador Superior del Nordenskjold, we will arrive at Salto Grande, from where a guided walk of approximately 1:30 hrs is made to the Mirador de los Cuernos del Paine on the shores of Lake Nordenskjold.

After this walk, you continue in the vehicle to a new viewpoint, this time near Lake Pehoe, from where you will have one of the most famous views of the National Park, with the Horns and the Valle del Francés in the background, framed by the Pehoe and Nordenskjold lakes, from there you will also see the Mounts Paine Grande and Almirante Nieto. 

Then we start the return to El Calafate, arriving at the hotels around 9.30.

Drop off at Torres del Paine: passengers who want to stay in the National Park can do so by getting of the vehicle at Amarga lagoon, Pudeto, Hostería Pehoe and Cerro Castillo (connections to Puerto Natales).

Recommended clothing: waterproof jacket, trekking shoes, cap, sunglasses, backpack. 

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