Vacations to Torres del Paine, Chile

Torres del Paine is the most famous of all of Chile’s national parks. And for very good reason - the wild, rugged scenery is simply spectacular.

As destinations go, it’s pretty far flung so you’ll have to make an effort to get here. But we can’t tell you more emphatically how the journey is worth your while. Lakes of the deepest shimmery blue await you, fast-flowing rivers and the inconceivably colossal Grey Glacier that has an alien-like glow. There are forests in hues of jade and emerald and those three imposing granite pillars, Paine Massif, after which the park is named. It’s Earth’s wilderness at its finest.

It’s up to you how you explore the park. You could hike the numerous trails (handily, they are clearly marked), or speed up your progress by exploring the vast landscape by mountain bike or on horseback. We also recommend hiring a 4X4 as an alternative way to explore the area. Driving along the winding dirt roads through the expansive, breath-taking landscape certainly makes for an unforgettable experience! The best way to get up close to the glaciers is by joining an expedition vessel and heading out on those azure lakes.

Be sure to try and spot the guanacos, one of South America’s largest mammals. They live in herds and can run at an impressive speed over the steep and rocky terrain of Torres del Paine. Ñandúes, condors and elusive pumas also call the park home.

Torres del Paine trip ideas

Here are some trip ideas in Torres del Paine. All of our trip ideas shown below are examples, and we’ll amend, adapt or start from scratch, until we’ve created the perfect trip for you. See one you like, or have a trip in mind? Call us now to book: 01483 319 333

Things to do in Torres del Paine

Here are some of the things you can do in Torres del Paine. When you've chosen your favourite experiences, just give our Travel Designers a call and they'll put a trip together for you.

Places to stay in Torres del Paine

Map of Torres Del Paine