The five most captivating animals in Torres del Paine
Torres del Paine National Park is a fauna and flora sanctuary that has been designated a Biosphere Reserve by UNESCO. In the park, animals give free rein to their wild instincts, and you might be lucky enough to see it.
Do you love running in the middle of the nature of Torres del Paine? This famous destination concentrates one of the most important tournaments for experts and amateurs of Trail Running. This great challenge is yours, just take these tips.
Experience the true Torres del Paine by camping. An unmatched satisfaction comes from connecting with nature in every moment of every day. You’ll carry your own backpack and camp each night with Mother Nature. The feeling of waking up in the morning, unzipping the tent, and remembering the magic of the place you are in will be incomparable to any other.
5 days / 4 nights. Exceptional guides will share their passion for Torres del Paine and take you along the most popular circuit in the Park, with exceptional views of the Las Torres and Los Cuernos Mountains, Francés Valley, Paine Grande and Grey Glacier.
Perfect for those looking to enjoy the social aspect of the bar and restaurant at Central Mountain Hostel, but also want quiet time. Located next to Lake Nordenskjöld, at the beginning of the W Circuit.
Located at the base of the Los Cuernos Mountains, just slightly retired from the camping and hostel sector, this camp will be one of your favorite memories. Staying in this cabin will be no short of the cherry on top.