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Torres del Paine National Park

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Torres del Paine National Park

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Full-Day Tour to Torres del Paine National Park from Puerto Natales(First Class)
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9-Day Best of Patagonia tour: El Calafate, El Chalten and Puerto Natales
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Torres del Paine W Trek - 5 days
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Full-Day Hiking Tour to the Base of Paine Towers at Torres del Paine National Park
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Full Day Torres Del Paine First Class
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Guided Torres del Paine W Trek - 5 days
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You and your companion will enjoy this magical trip where you can appreciate beautiful landscapes, birds, fauna and flora native to our region.<br>
$410.00 per adult
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Xavier B wrote a review Oct 2020
Santiago, Chile38 contributions5 helpful votes
Hard to explain what makes this place so wonderful... the landscapes seems coming directly from a fantasy book and every hill you pass provides you postcards sceneries... One of the most beautiful place I’ve been in my life!!!
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Date of experience: October 2020
isabelackerman wrote a review Oct 2020
Saint Louis, Missouri49 contributions7 helpful votes
We stayed in the area for 2 nights and climbed to a major vantage point. The hike was long - 17.3 miles by my phone and the trail was somewhat crowded, but well worth it.
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Date of experience: January 2020
adcdiving wrote a review Sep 2020
Antwerp, Belgium151 contributions57 helpful votes
In Torres del Paine National Park we take a nice walk to the Cuernos viewpoint, the closest possible location to fully admire the mountains. The sun has since removed a lot of clouds, but unfortunately the highest mountain peaks are still hidden behind some mist. Too bad, but the visibility today is anyway better than yesterday. At the beginning of the hike we get a nice view of the Salto Grande waterfall, which plunges into the depths with enormous force. The splashing water creates a picturesque rainbow in the sunlight. Beautiful! Furthermore, today there is also a lot of wind and at some points of the walk we are almost literally blown away. At times it is quite a task to keep going and to get ahead. Always nice such a fight against the natural elements. During the walk we have an almost continuous view of the three horns of the Paine mountain massif and we also pass several times beautiful turquoise colored lakes. The sun makes it a real spectacle. We also come across a group of guanacos that are less shy this time and, unlike previous occasions, are willing to pose for the photo. Cool!
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Date of experience: February 2020
JohnVanDam wrote a review Sep 2020
Amsterdam, The Netherlands144 contributions24 helpful votes
We were lucky enough to do the W Trek early March just before the National Parks were closed & Argentina went into lockdown. It was an unforgettable experience. Would advise traveling as light as possible as some of the treks are quite tough with a full/heavy backpack, tent etc. Most of the facilities were adequate- in short you get what you pay for - so avoid the 2 free campsites as there are better alternatives nearby. The nighttime trek to witness sunset at the Towers is well worth doing, but ONLY if the weather forecast is kind - we were unlucky enough to get caught in heavy rain & sleet and arrived at the top barely able to see anything due to cloud & mist, However, we loved every minute of our 5 days (4 nights) there and would gladly go back again
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Date of experience: March 2020
LizDeee wrote a review Aug 2020
Moonachie, New Jersey77 contributions33 helpful votes
Maybe I'm a novice when it comes to world travel, but this park was, as my title states, out of this world. I went there as part of a G Adventures tour, so had numerous guides to keep us safe and bring us to the best photo spots (I assume), and I had the company of other tour guests and the comfort of provided transportation. I can't speak to what it would be like to hike the area alone, though. Probably both amazing, and maybe difficult as the weather changes constantly. The constant changes allowed for so many different lighting conditions for photographs of, and even just viewing, the jaw-dropping terrain (los Torres, los Cuernos, etc.), beautiful glacial lakes, and wildlife (mostly condors, guanacos, and flamingos on my tour). Definitely dress in layers, even if you go during the summer, which was when I went (late March of this year). I have 0 complaints about this park, but few words to thoroughly capture its splendor. Just go and see for yourself! I think it should be on everyone's bucket list. Keep in mind, though, that it's very remote. No gas stations or Starbucks (which I was happy about but others may not be LOL) or even restaurants in the area, as far as I saw - except at the hotels within the park. The peace that I felt here was indescribable. If you can spend days in the park, I would do it. My tour here was only one day, and the tour packed in a lot. But I still felt I hadn't spent enough time in such a serene place to fully appreciate it.
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Date of experience: March 2020
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