Discovering Torres del Paine National Park
Full Day – Beginner
In 1978, Unesco declared the Torres del Paine National Park a Biosphere Reserve. It is also the Eighth Wonder of the World. We will head northward to the Park, passing through several lookouts with breathtaking views of the Paine Massif. We will see fauna typical of this area: nandus, or American ostriches, foxes and guanacos; and visit lakes such as the Nordenskjold, Sarmiento, Pehoé and Grey. We will take a short walk to the Big Falls (Salto Grande) where you can see the Horns (los Cuernos). At Grey Lake beach, you will have the chance to watch icebergs calving from the glacier.
Duration: 9 to 10 hours.
Includes: guide, transportation, lunch, snack and park entrance free.
A minimum of 2 passengers.
Good To Know
6:00pm. to 8:30pm.
6:00pm. to 8:00pm.
Nuptse jacket or wind jacket, base layer and trekking shoes.
Sunscreen, backpack, sunglasses, gloves and beanie.
Wind, rain or sun.