• Torres del Paine, Chile: Other Destinations

    What to Pack for Torres del Paine

    At the Southern tip of the Andes in Chile lies Torres del Paine National Park, one of the most incredible sights in South America. The popular tourist destination also happens to be home to some of the world’s most classic trekking routes. The park is located in Chile’s southernmost and largest region, Magellanes and Chilean Antarctica, where the main economic activities are sheep farming, oil extraction and tourism. [caption Read more
  • Boat Navigating Through Grey Lake to Glacier Grey Patagonia

    Hiking Torres del Paine: Something For Everyone

    Torres del Paine is considered by many to be South America’s finest national park. It is located in the Extreme South region of Patagonian Chile and sits at the southern tiers of the Andes Mountains. Originally part of a large sheep estancia, it was recreated as a national park in 1959 and has been part of UNESCO’s Biosphere Reserve system since the late 1970s. The “Torres del Paine” name refers to the three distinctive granite Read more
  • Cycling & other active things to do in Torres del Paine Patagonia

    Beyond Hiking – Alternative Torres del Paine Day Tours

    Most people who come to Torres del Paine are planning on doing one thing: hiking the W Circuit. While this is undoubtedly the main attraction in this Patagonia national park, there are plenty of other things to do while you're there. If you’ve got a few extra days in the park, be sure to check out these alternative Torres del Paine day tours and continue exploring the rugged beauty of the Chilean Patagonia.   Cycling There are a Read more
  • Getting to Torres del Paine via Puerto Natales Airport Patagonia

    Getting to Torres del Paine: New Puerto Natales Airport

    As anyone who has ever traveled to Patagonia will tell you, one of the hardest parts of planning the trip is figuring out how to get from one place to the other. In Patagonia, distances are long, airports are few, and there are so many incredible places to see in far too little time. Fortunately, for those wondering about getting to Torres del Paine, a new regional airport is opening to commercial flights, which will reduce travel time from Read more
  • Top Patagonia Excursions in Chile Other Destinations

    Top Patagonia Excursions in Chile

    There’s only one thing harder than knowing where the Chilean Patagonia starts: to describe it. As a result of the “sinking” of the Andes, the landscapes are so special, so complete and so different that it’s impossible to compare it to anything else, unless, of course, you’ve been to the Argentinian side… With more than a million square kilometers, it’s the widest region of Chile and one of the most interesting places in the Read more
  • Spotting Pumas Patagonia

    Spotting Pumas: The Kings of Patagonia

    Patagonia is the epitome of nature: tamed and untamed. It attracts people from all over the world to experience its breathtaking hikes, wildlife, adventures and scenery. One of the most intense and exciting things that Patagonia can offer you is an encounter with pumas in Torres del Paine National Park found in Chile. We have a trip where you can go to Patagonia specifically to see the sleek, majestic pumas in their natural habitat. When Read more
  • Torres del Paine W Trek What to Pack Patagonia

    Torres del Paine W Circuit: What to Pack

    The Torres del Paine W Circuit is an excellent 4-5 day hiking opportunity to adventure through the park’s many highlights. On this hike, you will be able to see some of the most jaw-dropping Patagonian scenery while feeling apart of your surroundings. Kiss Instagram goodbye for a couple days and blaze that trail. [caption id="attachment_4731" align="aligncenter" width="625"] The W route in Torres del Paine, covers about 44 Read more
  • Torres del Paine W Circuit dos and donts Patagonia

    Torres Del Paine W Circuit Do’s and Don’ts

    Hiking the Torres del Paine W Circuit is not for the faint of heart, but is worth every single step and heavily rewards its hikers with scenery you can't find anywhere else in the world. Here's our do's and don'ts for trekking the Torres del Paine W Circuit. DO find out the difficulty of the trek you plan to do (But also be flexible to change the itinerary order once in the park due of weather changes). DO be totally honest and realistic Read more
  • Patagonia Hiking Patagonia

    Best Patagonia Hiking — Our Top 3!

    Patagonia is a wilderness region known for its luscious landscapes and staggering peaks. For those who aren't afraid of heights and love the great outdoors, Patagonia hiking is some of the best in the world. From long flat treks to steep climbs, there’s so much variety and challenge in Patagonia hiking. If you can spare a few days or even a few weeks, you are bound to enjoy breathtaking views and adrenaline rushes during your hikes. Here are Read more
  • Torres del Paine W Trek What to Pack Patagonia

    Torres del Paine Day Trip

    When planning a trip to Torres Del Paine no doubt you will be looking forward to your visit to the 5th most beautiful place in the world, as voted by the National Geographic. Needless to say the views are staggering and the hikes are extremely commendable both for their beauty and challenge. Its national park in Chilean South Patagonia encompasses a wild make-up of mountains, glaciers, lakes and rivers. The name “Torres Del Paine” Read more
  • Torre Glecier Trekk Patagonia

    Grey Glacier – Torres Del Paine

    A visit to the Grey Glacier is one of the most mind-blowing excursions you can take while visiting the Torres del Paine National Park. The glacier lies in the west of the national park and it can be seen in different ways. There are three ways you can experience the Grey Glacier: [caption id="attachment_3732" align="aligncenter" width="681"] Navigate along the edge of the Grey Glacier by boat[/caption] 1.  Boat Ride The first and Read more