Torres del Paine
Torres del Paine National Park is located in Chilean Patagonia, more specifically in the Magallanes Region, was declared “Biosphere Reserve” by UNESCO in 1978, the unmistakable geography of this park makes it one of the most interesting places in the south hemisphere and one of the less polluted ones. Torres del Paine National park is among the most recognizable landscapes in the world, for its extraordinary and diverse natural beauty.
Ideal for nature lovers, Torres el Paine is characterized for its diverse wild birds and a unique geography that makes it the ideal place to practice eco-tourism and extreme sports, and for those that enjoy the emotion of being close to almost virgin lands.
Each year more and more people visit us, which is why we recommend you plan your trip well in advance and ensure space in both the Refugios and in the Campsites. You can book directly through our online system, email us or complete the form found on the site.
On our website you will find the necessary information about distances, routes description, accommodation and W Circuit recommended itinerary, the idea is to enjoy to the fullest and do not bring too much load in your backpack, at the Refugios you will find food and accommodation services.
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¡It’s easy to get to Torres del Paine! There are Regular Bus Lines (public) from Punta Arenas (airport or city) and also from El Calafate in Argentina, that take you to Puerto Natales. From Puerto Natales there are two daily Regular buses in high season; in about 2 hours you arrive to Torres del Paine. […]
Trekking is without any doubt the best option to get to know Torres del Paine National Park. Read the following recommendations we have prepared for you.. It can be practiced the whole year in Torres del Paine; you will find information about routes and maps in our Refugios. Remember to check the opening and closing […]
The Chilean Patagonia, and Torres del Paine national park, can be visited year-round, so we invite you to learn about the different options we have for you in all seasons. Spring (September to November) Is a great opportunity to enjoy the comfort of the park, which is not yet at full capacity, so your experience […]
You can download this map in PDF format (198 kb) Location of Torres del Paine Torres del Paine National Park is located in Magallanes Region, in Patagonia, 400 Km to the northwest of Punta Arenas and 112 Km northwest from Puerto Natales. Located between parallels 50 º 45 ‘and 51 º 20′ South latitude and […]
The vegetation in Torres del Paine is very diverse and varies according to the sector in which we are. Different types of shrubs, flowers and trees can be found in the trails and valleys of this natural sanctuary where plants have been adapted according to the prevailing conditions, available water, prevalence of winds, soil type […]
The weather in Torres del Paine National Park is influenced by the south by the Antarctic continent, from the west by the Pacific Ocean and from the north by the Southern Patagonian Ice Field (third source of freshwater on the planet). It is characterized by an unstable trans-Andean climate, with strong winds especially in summer. […]
High Season (1st October – 14th April) Low Season (15th April – 30th September) Foreign Visitor CLP $18.000 CLP $10.000 National Visitor CLP $5.000 CLP $3.000 Children up to 12 CLP $500 CLP $500 IMPORTANT: Chilean visitors pay a lower price because their taxes contribute to improve the infrastructure of the National Park.