Torres Del Paine , Chile

Torres Del Paine, Chile travel itineraries, things to do and places to stay.

Deemed a Biosphere Reserve by UNESCO in 1978, this park embraces an area of extreme beauty that renders most visitors speechless.

Home to its namesake granite pillars – the Towers of Paine – South America’s premier national park is an exceptional destination for adrenaline-seekers. And yet, one of the best traits of Torres del Paine is its range of adventure offerings. Whether you’re an outdoorsy traveler who longs for majestic scenery, yet would choose glamping over camping, or an avid backpacker who dreams of tackling the famed “W” or “O” trek on your own, Torres del Paine is a choose-your-own-adventure destination.

This UNESCO Biosphere Reserve boasts a never-ending list of highlights: rushing rivers, tumbling waterfalls, azure lakes, blue glaciers, open steppe and abundant wildlife. See the towers set ablaze by the rising sun at dawn. Go ice hiking on Glacier Grey, or kayak along its edge. Listen for the roar of avalanches in Valley Frances. Biking, fly fishing, horseback riding with gauchos – Torres del Paine, in all its glory, awaits your discovery.

Torres Del Paine

Unforgettable hikes can be made around the park, each offering fabulous views of this remote land that is home to guanacos, foxes, woodpeckers, austral parakeets and condors, amongst many other species of wildlife.

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Itineraries in Torres Del Paine

The Patagonia Explorer

The Patagonia Explorer

Duration: 17 days, 16 nights
From: $9590
Beginning in Buenos Aires, travel south to El Calafate and Ushuaia before cruising to fjords to Punta Arenas and Torres del Paine National Park.
Easter Island And Patagonia

Easter Island And Patagonia

Duration: 11 days, 10 nights
From: $5620
Discover the lost civilization of Easter Island and explore the unmatched beauty of Torres del Paine National Park
Chilean Patagonia - North & South

Chilean Patagonia - North & South

Duration: 9 days, 8 nights
From: $3115
Explore Patagonia - northern and southern - on this spectacular trip. The Chile Lakes District in the north and Torres del Paine National Park in the south.
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