- Witness the Cuernos del Paine peaks glow at sunrise
- Kayak on glacial waters to explore Grey Glacier
- See unique Andean wildlife like condors, huemules, and guanacos
- Take in views of the Torres del Paine towers, which give the park its name
|Arrival to Torres del Paine
|Torres del Paine
|Excursions in the Park
|Torres del Paine
|Depart from Torres del Paine
Day 1: Arrival to Torres del Paine
Welcome to Chilean Patagonia! Upon arrival at one of the nearby airports, a representative will meet and escort you to your accommodation.
During this trip, you'll be glamping in one of South America's most notoriously astonishing nature preserves. Torres del Paine National Park boasts imposing glaciers and turquoise lakes, as well as expansive grasslands. As you reach the park, you'll see some of these impressive landscapes.
This glamping experience provides guests intimate contact with the Patagonian landscape– the magical sounds of the wind blowing and the rain falling, and the sight of the star-studded skies—all from the central dome of your private yurt.
Chat with a local specialist who can help organize your trip.
Days 2-3: Excursions Through the Park
Get ready to feel small among hills, icebergs, and glaciers at the Torres del Paine National Park.
This UNESCO World Biosphere Reserve is best explored on foot, and you'll be able to join several guided hikes through some of its most famous natural landmarks. You can see the Cuernos del Paine, the iconic peaks in the shape of horns, which are at their best during sunrise. Of course, no visitor can miss the giant granite towers that give the park its name: Torres del Paine.
You can also sail on Lake Grey to admire its eponymous glacier, or kayak through colossal blue and white icebergs.
As you explore the park, keep an eye on the sky to spot the majestic condor wheeling overhead. Look out for foxes, huemules (Andean deer), and the llama-esque guanacos. If you're patient and lucky enough, you might even get to see the reclusive puma.
Day 4: Depart from Torres del Paine
As this will be your last morning in beautiful Torres del Paine, we recommend rising early and catching the sunrise over the park one last time. Then, head back to your accommodation to prepare for departure.
A representative will take you to the airport and help you check in. Safe travels!