We will pick you up at the hotel in the center of Puerto Natales to go north, on a half-hour trip, to reach our first stop: the famous Milodon Cave Natural Monument. While there we will visit the largest cave in this set of three caves, which in its interior keep more than 100 years of history and remains of prehistoric animals.

Continuing towards the acclaimed Torres del Paine National Park, we will enjoy the amazing view of Sofía Lagoon, Porteño Lake, Cordillera Prat, Cerro Mesa, Sierra del Toro, and Sierra Ballena. After 2 hours of travel, we will arrive at the Lago del Toro viewpoint. From there, we will have a spectacular view of the lake and the Paine Range (also known as the Paine massif). A perfect time for a lot of photographs.

Then we will make a small walk of approximately 20 minutes, to reach the shore of Grey Lake, from where we will have another perspective of the Paine massif and the Paine horns if the weather conditions allow it. In total, to go and return, you will walk about 3 km through easily accessible terrain. Regardless, the walk is optional for those who do not want or do not feel able to do it, but we assure you that the landscapes you will see are unforgettable.

After having free time to lunch in a cafeteria inside the park, we head to the Salto Grande sector, where we will visit one of the Pehoé Lake viewpoints, where the Paine River glaciers discharge their mighty waters. To finish our tour, we will visit the Amarga Lagoon and the Sarmiento Lake viewpoint and start our return to Puerto Natales enjoying the sunset.

Includes


Shared transfer
Bilingual guide (Spanish and English)
Safety mask (COVID-19)


Not included


Tips
Cueva del Milodón Natural Monument and Torres del Paine National Park tickets
Food
Health insurance

Enjoy the most amazing landscapes of Torres Del Paine National Park

Chosen as the eighth wonder of the world, this place has more than 100 million years of history.



Punta Arenas
Puerto Natales


Everyday


Departures
5:00 and 8:00