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Meet one of the most famous national parks in Chile in 5 days with a group of more travelers guided by an expert in the area. Stay in fully equipped shelters and let yourself be carried away by the breathtaking landscapes of the Chilean Patagonia.

Day 1: Puerto Natales - Torres del Paine

What you will visit:

  • 1 Torres del Paine National Park

Our tour will begin at 11:30 AM with a technical talk in Puerto Natales led by the guide who will accompany the group during the adventure. Later, at 2:00 pm, we will meet at the Puerto Natales rodoviario to start our trip, taking the bus toeards the Laguna Amarga port, where we will complete the entrance process. A transfer will take us to the welcome center located in the sector of Estancia Cerro Paine. There we will have dinner and sleep in shelter, preparing for the next day.

Day 2: Trekking Mirador Base Torres (8 - 10 horas / 19,5 kms)

What you will visit:

  • 1 Base Torres viewpoint

This day we will have breakfast very early to start the W route towards the emblematic Base Torres viewpoint. It is one of the most difficult days due to the number of kms that we will walk and the unevenness of the trails.

During the first part, we will trek through the pampas and crossing the Ascencio River, then go up about 3 km until we reach the Paso de los Vientos, from where we will have incredible views of the valley and lakes.

We will continue until we reach the Chilean Refuge, and then enter a forest of lengas to get to La Morrena. This is where the hardest part of the trekking begins. We will walk along a rocky path until we reach the spectacular Mirador Base Torres. We will have lunch and enjoy the scenery before descending towards the Central Sector to dine and sleep in the refuge.

* You can leave your backpack in the shelter and walk with less weight

Day 3: Trekking sector Francés (4,5 - 6,5 horas / 13,5 kms)

What you will visit:

  • 1 Sector Los Cuernos
  • 2 Francés Valley

Our day will be more relaxed compared to the previous one, we will walk less hours to move from the Central Sector to the French Sector.

After breakfast, we will walk around 13.5 km bordering the Nordenskjöld lake, the Almirante Nieto hill and the impressive Cuernos del Paine. During the trip we will have beautiful views of the hanging glaciers, lakes and ideal areas to appreciate the abundant flora and fauna of the park.

A tip for those who want to observe animals iis to brings binoculars because, if we are lucky, we can spot the culpeo fox or the birds that inhabit the sector. We will rest and sleep in the shelter of the place.

Day 4: Trekking to the French Valley (8 - 10 hours / 20.5 kms)

What you will visit:

  • 1 Francés Valley

This day we will walk to the famous Valle del Francés for the day, returning to the Paine Grande refuge again. After breakfast we will start with a gentle walk through a valley surrounded by trees until we reach the Italian Camp. From there we will start the ascent (about two kilometers) through forests through the valley of the French River, the most difficult part.

We will continue until we reach the French viewpoint, from where we can have one of the most breathtaking images of the circuit: the view towards the valley flanked by the Paine Grande, Cathedral, Leaf, Mask, Sword, Shark Fin and Northern Horn hills. Here we will have lunch, taking advantage of the landscape, and return to the Paine Grande Refuge to rest.

* You can leave your backpack in the shelter and walk with less weight

Day 5: Trekking to the Gray glacier and return to Puerto Natales (8 - 10 hours / 22 km)

What you will visit:

  • 1 Grey Glacier

Our last day begins with an early breakfast so we can make the path to the Gray Refuge. We will walk along the Paine Grande hill, the highest point of the Massif (3050 m), with incredible views towards its hanging glaciers. Walking among ñirres, coigües and notros, we will reach the first viewpoint of the Gray Glacier, from where we will see numerous pieces of glacier floating in the lake of the same name.

We will continue walking with the imposing view of the Gray glacier, until arriving at the Gray Refuge. From there we will have a frontal view of the glacier that will leave you breathless. We will have lunch and begin the return to Paine Grande to take the catamaran that will take us to Pudeto at 6:30 pm. There we will wait for the bus that will take us back to Puerto Natales, where we will say goodbye.

* You can leave your backpack in the shelter and walk with less weight

  • Bus ticket Puerto Natales / Torres del Paine / Puerto Natales
  • Transfer from Laguna Amarga porter to the Las Torres sector
  • Entrance to Torres del Paine National Park
  • 4 nights in shelters (rooms shared in bunk beds, including bed armed with sheets or sleeping bag, towel, soap and shampoo)
  • All meals (breakfast, box lunch and dinner)
  • Ticket on the Pehoé catamaran (crossing from the Paine Grande sector to Pudeto, to connect with the bus to Puerto Natales)
  • Guide
NOT Included
  • Transfer to and from your hotel in Puerto Natales
  • Breakfast and lunch on day 1
  • Dinner on the 5th
  • Drinks
  • Increase in park entrance fee for 2020: USD 23 or $ 5,000 Chilean pesos per person


Important information:

  • Opening hours Puerto Natales sales office: Monday to Friday: 9.00 – 13.00 / 15.00 – 19.00; Saturday: 9.00 – 19.00; Sundays & holidays: Closed.
  • In Chile we have a Foreign franchise (Chilean Law) to improve tourism, where tourists are exempted of paying the tax of 19% at the check in, for this purpose please do not forget to bring:
  • Passport
  • Tourist card (given at the border when entering to Chile).
  • If you do not carry and present these documents you will have to pay the tax in Chilean pesos at the check in.
  • Regular Buses from Punta Arenas to Puerto Natales: if you need this service please ask a sales executive.


  • Go Chile assumes no responsibility for unpredictable events that may affect the schedule or order of travel programs, such as those caused by weather conditions, road closures or safety measures established by public authorities.