Trekking and Wildlife Watching

Discover the amazing beauty of Patagonia on your next trip!

Located in the heart of the Patagonian immensity, the expedition to Torres del Paine National Park is an invitation to the modern adventurer to merge with nature in its purest and wildest state. This journey not only promises the physical challenge of trekking through some of the most impressive landscapes in the southern hemisphere, but also an unparalleled photographic experience in capturing the mysterious Patagonian puma and a diversity of fauna that enriches each trail and viewpoint.

From the majestic arrival in Puerto Natales, that picturesque town that sits on the shores of the Última Esperanza Fjord, the traveler is prepared to immerse themselves in an experience that combines the challenging beauty of the granite peaks that rise as natural monuments, with the Exciting chance to document wildlife in their natural habitat.

We invite you to follow this story of adventure, challenge and discovery, where each path and each gaze fixed into the distance are the prelude to a deep and transformative connection with nature. Welcome to Patagonia; Prepare to be a witness and narrator of its immeasurable beauty.

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Trekking and Wildlife Watching


Important information:

In Chile there is a tax law to promote tourism, to exempt you from paying the 19% tax you must present at the time of Check In: passport and immigration card (tourist).
to exempt you from paying the 19% tax, you must present at the time of Check In: passport and immigration card (tourist
that are handed out by the international police). If you do not present these documents at check in,
the tax will be charged in Chilean pesos before the beginning of the program.

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Recommendations for visiting Torres del Paine


  • The weather in Torres del Paine is very variable, so it is important to dress in layers.
  • It is recommended to bring:
    • First layer: Thermal underwear that absorbs perspiration.
    • Second layer: Fleece or fiber jacket that provides thermal insulation.
    • Third layer: Windbreaker or raincoat, preferably with Gore-Tex technology.
    • In addition, trekking pants that allow mobility, a hat and gloves, sunglasses with high UV protection and waterproof trekking boots.

Ideal Dates:

  • The best time to visit Torres del Paine and go trekking is during the austral summer months, from November to March.
  • During this period there are more hours of daylight and the temperatures are more pleasant.
  • However, it is also the high season, so it is recommended to make reservations in advance.

Documents and insurance:

  • Passport: Make sure your passport is valid for at least six months after your entry date to Chile.
  • VISA: Depending on your country of origin, a VISA may be required to enter Chile. It is important to check with the Chilean embassy or consulate.
  • Travel insurance: It is highly recommended to take out travel insurance that covers adventure activities such as trekking, and that includes medical assistance and emergency evacuation.

Remember also to respect the park rules, take everything you bring with you and be aware of the importance of preserving nature. Enjoy your adventure in one of the most impressive trekking places in the world!

Additional recommendations:

  • Bring a water bottle and sunscreen.
  • Be prepared for all types of weather conditions, including rain, snow, and wind.
  • Let someone know your itinerary and when you expect to return.
  • Be careful of wildlife, such as guanacos and pumas.
  • Stay on the trails and do not disturb the environment.
  • Pack out your trash.

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