Torres del Paine National Park is one
of the most beautiful mountain landscapes in the world,
and UNESCO declared it a biosphere reserve in 1978.
Within its 242,242 hectares, you will
discover what makes Patagonia so unique: Vertical granite
peaks, huge glaciers, lakes of deep blue to green hues,
the Patagonian desert steppe, rivers and waterfalls—all
together and surrounding a tremendous granite massif—invite
you to explore its interior.
In its center rise three stone spires, “The Torres del Paine,”
which give the park its name. The landscape and native Patagonian
fauna are varied, inviting a profound natural experience—whether
you see it by foot, horseback or via sailing. Apart from
the king of the sky, the condor, and 100 other species of
birds, you may have the opportunity to see mountain lions,
herds of guanaco, rheas, foxes and the mythical Andean deer.
Walking in Torres del Paine National Park is the dream of
lovers, outdoor enthusiasts and those seeking a special
kind of adventure. It is recorded deep within the memories
of all who experience it.
If you walk the legendary trails of
Torres del Paine National Park, you can opt to take on the
complete circuit around the Paine Massif in 7 days or the
W Trek, which takes you to the primary lookout points in
To find the right program for you, please choose from one
of these activities: kayaking, fishing, horseback riding
or trekking. If you have only a short time to visit Torres
del Paine, we recommend one of our regular day tours. We
would also like to help you plan your stay in the area.
Feel free to contact us, without commitment.
If you wish to explore Torres del Paine individually, without
a guide (recommended only for adventurous hikers), then
you will find all the necessary information here, such as
schedules, regular bus times, information on mountain huts
and campsites, and maps for some of the classic routes.
If you do not have the equipment required to perform the
trekking routes by camping or in mountain huts, we will
gladly help you book services (such as regular bus tickets,
food and beds in the mountain huts), and rent equipment
(such as tents, sleeping bags, sleeping pads, kitchen supplies)
or any other service you might require.