Day 1 - Torres del Paine
You’re in one of the most beautiful parts of Patagonia! Get ready for an unforgettable experience. On the scenic road to Torres del Paine, you’ll stop off at the small town of Puerto Natales, where you can explore and enjoy a delicious lunch. Further along the way, you’ll see the amazing cave of Cueva de Milodon and learn about its history dating back to prehistoric times.
You’ll arrive at Torres del Paine National Park and eventually your Refugio late afternoon. Rest up because you’ll need your energy!
Day 2 - Torres del Paine
Starting early in the morning, you’ll cycle from Ectancia Lagana Amarga towards the glorious Laguna Azul. This 20km journey will expose you to more of the region’s amazing natural beauty, as you’ll ride past all kinds of wildlife (deer, large birds and guanacos), waterfalls and valleys, taking in the far-reaching views of the wilderness. Once you arrive to your destination, you’ll enjoy a well-earned barbecue and head back to your Refugio.
Day 3 - Torres del Paine
Today is a real highlight of the tour, as you’ll be kayaking next to the enormous Grey Glacier! After a 2 hour bus ride, you’ll hop on a large boat and navigate the Glacier Lake towards the fascinating glacier, before jumping in a smaller kayak and spending the day exploring these waters. You’ll get closer to the glacier than you’d ever imagine and along the journey you’ll have to navigate your way around various ice bergs.
You’ll head back to the Refugio after the day’s activities.
Day 4 - Torres del Paine
You’ll be up early for a 9.30am departure to go on a full day of horseback riding, covering more ground and taking in the best natural sights Torres del Paine has to offer. Along the adventure you’ll be able to take in views of the Encontado Valley, las Torres, the Blue Lagoon and Torres River, to name a few. Following this you’ll head back to camp.
Day 5 - Torres del Paine
We hope you brought your trekking shoes because today you’ll need them as you take the scenic trail towards the towers from which the region gets it name. The road to the base of the three granite towers is varied, with steep uphill climbs, boulders and large rocks to overcome and other obstacles along the way. Once you arrive, you’ll be taken aback by the view. It’s here that you’ll enjoy lunch with the large lake below and the looming towers above you. You’ll then head back the same way to arrive to the camp.
Day 6 - Torres del Paine - Punta Arenas
You’ll be transferred out of Torres del Paine back to Punta Arenas; enjoy the views along the way!