A body of water with Torres del Paine National Park in the background

Torres del Paine - Overnight

This Land Adventure includes an overnight inside the park - “the eighth wonder of the world” - with its impressive scenery and incomparable views. The Torres del Paine National Park covers an area over 598,000 acres and features a rich geographical diversity of lakes, lagoons, waterfalls, glaciers, hills and peaks. There is always the possibility of seeing varieties of native wildlife in their natural habitat.

  • Maximize your time exploring Patagonia with this overnight Land Adventure at a hotel in the Serrano river area of the park
  • Explore the park’s lagoons and lakes with colors ranging from glacial blue to emerald green
  • Enjoy spectacular views of the stunning Grey Glacier and icebergs in Grey Lake
  • Visit the village of Villa Cerro Castillo, named after its mountain with steep basalt walls that give it the illusion of a castle
  • Difficulty level

    Level 3: Medium

  • Duration

    2 days / 1 night

  • Min. passengers

    20

  • Booking Code

    A-PNT8

  • From

    $ 1,499

  • Notices

    It is recommended to wear warm, layered clothing, a windbreaker or waterproof jacket and good walking shoes.

DAY 1

Inside the park, the road is surrounded by dozens of lagoons filled with grasses and aquatic birds that richly contrast nearby small hills where flocks of Guanacos graze.

Our first stop inside the park is at Sarmiento Lake.

Afterwards, we continue to Nordenskjold Lake, which bathes the mountainsides of the Paine range in its emerald green light.

Nordenskjold Lake feeds impetuous Salto Grande waterfall which in turns spills into quiet Pehoe Lake. Here, a 45-minute walk provides good opportunities to capture pictures of Salto Grande.

Our journey continues along the Paine River until we reach the Serrano River area - a peaceful and beautiful part of the park.

We will drive to Grey Lake beach to start walking along the shore and observe colorful deep-blue tinted icebergs. Continue to Cerro Castillo for lunch before returning to Puerto Natales.

This program is designed so that guests spend a night inside the park, ‘the eighth wonder of the world’, surrounded with impressive scenery and incomparable views.

DAY 2

Enjoy breakfast at the hotel. At agreed time, checkout and departure from the hotel.

The variety of natural beauties of the Torres del Paine National Park will continue to amaze you. Appreciate the most spectacular worldwide Reserve at the end of the world.

The Nordenskjold Lake gives life to the impetuous Salto Grande (big waterfall) forming the quiet Pehoe Lake. You will have a 30-minute walk (1,300 feet each way) to get closer pictures of the Salto, the waters of the Lake Nordenskjold and the Paine river into the beautiful, turquoise-hued Lake Pehoe.

You'll start at El Salto Grande, an impressive and spectacular waterfall channeling the waters of Lake Nordenskjold and the Paine River into the beautiful, turquoise-hued Lake Pehoé. Your senses will be awakened by the roar of the falling water, the scents and smells of nature and the kaleidoscope of colors on display.

You then follow the trail alongside the mountain giving you stunning views of the legendary Los Cuernos, known as ‘The Horns of Patagonia’. Their jagged outline and granite peaks are an awe-inspiring sight and this is a view you won’t forget in a hurry.

Practical information

  • Language: English / German (Subject to Availability)
  • Included: Lunch and dinner on day one, breakfast and lunch on day two
  • Remarks: Weather is unpredictable in this region and some rain showers should be expected at any time of the year. It is recommended to wear warm, layered clothing, a windbreaker or waterproof jacket and good walking shoes.
  • The visit to Salto Grande is subject to weather conditions due to windy conditions in the area.
  • Walking information: Trekking in the park over uneven terrain and flat soil. Approx. 1 hour walking on day 1 and 2.5 hours on day two
  • Wheelchair accessible: No

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