A must see destination

Torres del Paine National Park
Located in the Province of Ultima Esperanza it was declared a Biosphere Reserve by UNESCO in 1978.
Very Easy Access
Torres del Paine National Park has three different entrances through which you can start the visit during any time of the year.
According to the interest, age and experience of the visitor the Park offers many options. You can choose several alternatives: on your own, by car, by bicycle or through organized tours with professional guides. Inquire before you travel.

Although the route is not paved you can easily move inside the Park. Different viewpoints with information are obligatory stops to appreciate the landscape, the wild flora and fauna that changes every moment of the route and to understand and appreciate the natural phenomena that gave rise to this wonderful natural scenery.

When you come to visit Torres del Paine
Consider that:
  1. Climatic conditions are very variable and difficult to predict, so it is advisable to bring warm clothing, hat, gloves, sunglasses, sunscreen and comfortable walking shoes.

  2. At the moment of paying your entry in any of the entrance logs to the Park (Porterías), check for the validity of this. It is possible to enter and leave the Park for a maximum of three consecutive days without re-canceling a new entrance always worrying that it is properly stamped when retiring to avoid inconveniences.

  3. If you are riding in a leased vehicle, make sure you have enough fuel since there is no such service inside or around the Park. The closest place to load fuel is Puerto Natales on the Chilean side and Tapi Aike on the Argentine side for those coming from El Calafate.

  4. Find out about the different circuits, trails and refuges. You can take better advantage of your visit according to your interests as well as the navigation schedules at Lake Grey and Lake Pehoé.

  5. Visit the park with care and responsibility. It is recommended the service of a guide if you want to do some more specific excursion like mountaineering or wildlife sighting or to know in more depth what this place offers.

  6. Torres del Paine National Park has suffered three fires throughout its more than 50 years of history. The last episode that began in December 2011 has left obvious damage in some sectors. Plans for reforestation and rescue of native flora and fauna already exist. The park has more than one hundred thousand hectares and each of its corners with the mountains in the background and the different colors of the rivers and lakes that make it, make this place an unmissable and unforgettable destination for any visitor.