Torres del Paine National Park Torres del Paine National Park tour

Torres del Paine National Park


Amongst the most beautiful places on earth, Torres Del Paine tours will make you feel like heaven on earth. Located in Chile, this Torres del Paine National Park has become its center of attraction. With its turquoise waters, glaciers and towering granite horns, it will blow away your mind.

Get yourself a backpack and a pair of shoes and you are ready to go on this trekking adventure - exploring the UNESCO World Biosphere Reserve. You surely do not want to miss the experience of hiking in Torres Del Paine.

This place is gifted with one of the most beautiful sunrises, with the horns of the Torres del Paine massif glowing purple and red. This place is like a beautiful Christmas gift wrapped with love, exclusively for you! You can go sailing in the Sailon Lake, cherishing the eponymous glacier, or can paddle a kayak through its blue and white icebergs.

This place has a boundless wildlife-watching to offer. Be it eye-catching condors flying in the skies overhead or foxes, huemul, Andeandeer, and guanacos leading along the way. And if you get lucky enough, there is a chance for you to meet the reclusive puma. We run dedicated Puma tracking tours for wildlife enthusiasts, where your odds of encountering one is nearly certain.


Location: Chile

Nearest Airport: El Calafate Airport

How to reach: 2.5 Hour drive from El Calafate airport, then hikes

Famous for: Mountain Lions & picturesque treks

Best time to visit: November to May


Key species include Puma, foxes, huemul, Andeandeer, and guanacos.

Treks : W Trek, O Circuit, Q Trek, Day hikes

Wildlife: Mountain Lion, Chilean huemul deer, grey and red foxes, guanaco


In your Torres Del Paine tours, you will visit the Grey Lake. It is the most impressive thing in Chile. Not only its water covered with ice sediment and huge floating icebergs will leave you excited, but its deep grey waters will also allow you to kayak or canoe across it.

A part of the W circuit Torres Del Paine, Valle Francés, is a vast glacial valley echoing with the boom of avalanches. The path is strenuous and rocky, making it even more adventurous. The 360° view from Mirador Britanico–surrounded by a natural amphitheatre of jagged rock is worth all the miles of trekking!

One of the best things to do here is to sail through the Patagonian crystal-clear waters of the Pehoe lake. Surrounded by endemic vegetation, its shores are the perfect spot for relaxing and viewing the Cuernos del Paine Mountains. If the weather allows it, you'll be in awe after seeing the mountain's reflections on the water.

If you want to get the best view, you will get it from the Mirador Base las Torres, in the dark. Also, there is an 8-hour return hike from the camp down the valley, which provides a spectacular view.

Key places to see include Grey Lake, Valle Francés, Pehoe lake, Mirador Base las Torres, Ascencio Valley, and Southern Patagonian Ice Fields.