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It's a good thing it's the digital age. Every few steps I had to take what I was sure would be the most beautiful shot ever of Torres del Paine. Even with the guide saying "It gets better". And he was right. This is what...More
It was a very nice slow paced hike
Enjoy seeing the waterfalls and getting to the beach where we could take it all in !
My husband discover a dead guanaco by the beach and we where told that a puma must closed so we...More
We took a long walk along the length of the beautiful and very large lake in the Torres del Paine National Park, towards the Cuernos (the 3 horns) part of the central massif. A relatively easy but long part of the W route (24 km...More
The most spectacular views you’ll ever see. An unmissable experience. The waterfall is a warm up, the short hike to the lake a teaser for the views you will see at the end-enough to make you burst into tears with the sheer beauty of the...More
The Torres del Paines Patagonia National Park is full of scenic mountains, glaciers, lakes and rivers. Lake Nordenskjold is one of the lakes you will see and remember. If you are any sort of tour at all, the guide will stop and give you the...More
Highly recommend renting a car. It's less expensive than a tour company and gives you infinitely more freedom and flexibility to explore this amazing part of the world on your own schedule. The park is so incredibly... More
Highly recommend renting a car. It's less expensive than a tour company and gives you infinitely more freedom and flexibility to explore this amazing part of the world on your own schedule. The park is so incredibly beautiful that photo stops every few minutes are practically unavoidable, and having a rental car will allow you to take full advantage. We had a good experience renting with EMSA, which is affiliated with Avis and has offices in Puerto Natales and Punta Arenas. And there are so few roads that it's actually quite difficult to get lost or make a wrong turn.