Enjoy Torres del Paine with All Inclusive

All Inclusive Program in the Torres del Paine National Park, where you can appreciate one of the most wonderful and beautiful places on the planet.

This program has everything you need, accommodation, meals, transfers within the park and excursions at your fingertips in the eighth wonder of the world, from the most emblematic landmarks of the park to excursions to the most pristine and little explored places of the place itself.

You will be able to enjoy a variety of activities that range from a relaxed navigation to the Grey Glacier with an open bar to trails of low to high complexity for those seeking an adventure and discover trails that are not as crowded as Mount Ferrier, Chorrillos-Salmones or Lazo Weber and even those iconic trails such as Base Torres or Mirador Cuernos that always dazzle with their beauty.

This program includes transfers to and from the Punta Arenas or Puerto Natales airport in private mode, so you will not have to worry about how to get to Torres del Paine National Park and manage your entrance. If you started your trip in El Calafate or want to continue there, it includes the regular connection between both destinations. Meals such as breakfast, lunch/box lunch and dinner are included in the program along with an open bar of house wine, beers, and national drinks.

Hotel accommodation

All rooms have comfortable spaces, independent heating, satellite TV, safe, and as part of the relaxation, they are surrounded by nature and magical landscapes that can only be found in Torres del Paine National Park. Leaving the room and walking around will be a real pleasure.

Standard Room: stands out for its warmth giving a pleasant sensation of comfort and relaxation after a day full of adventures.

Superior Room: stands out for its comfort, space and decoration, with views that will allow you to capture the different landscapes of the Torres del Paine National Park.


All Inclusive Program where you can enjoy the activities that Torres del Paine offers, choosing different activities for 4 nights of stay. During this wonderful stay it is recommended to choose a Full Day and a Half Day activity.

The following schedule shows the types of excursions (full day or half day) that you can do each day, always subject to weather conditions.

– Monday: Full Day or Half Day
– Tuesday: Half Day
– Wednesday: Full Day or Half Day
– Thursday: Half Day
– Friday: Full Day or Half Day
– Saturday: Half Day
– Sunday: Full day or Half Day

*Full Day: Full day tour (+ 5 hours).
*Half Day: Half day tour (- 5 hours).
*Tours subject to weather conditions and minimum number of passengers.
*You can do the navigation and a Half Day tour on the same day.
*During low season the Cascada Pingo tour and the Lazo Weber section are not carried out.

Full Day Tours

Viewpoints and Waterfalls:
Excursion for those who wish to contemplate and enjoy most of the Torres del Paine National Park in one day and without much physical effort.

The excursion will begin towards the Visitors Center of the Forestry Corporation, where you will receive general information on everything that constitutes this magnificent World Biosphere Reserve.

Your trip continues towards the Salto Grande, an imposing waterfall that can be seen after a short walk and where you will have a view of the Paine Grande Mountain, being able to observe the highest peak of the Paine massif.

Next, you will be transferred to the Lake Nordenskjöld Viewpoint, where you will appreciate said lake and will be very close to the Cuernos del Paine. Then you will go to the area of Amarga Lagoon to contemplate the Cascadas del Río Paine, and begin to see the first panoramic views of the famous Torres del Paine.

You will continue to the other end of the Park, to have lunch at Azul Lagoon, a quiet and beautiful place in the park where you will have a Picnic to recover energy and continue on your way, bordering the Las Chinas River and remembering how important these areas were for the native people of the area.

Another stop will be made at Laguna Amarga from where you will have another perfect view of the towers, on the way you will be able to observe enough fauna to be able to photograph, and begin our return to the Hotel, making a stop at the viwepoint of Hostería Pehoé; one of the oldest tourist establishments in the park, and if the sunset allows it, take the best postcards of this place. You will return to the hotel in the evening.

Difficulty: low
Duration: 7 hours

Trekking Towers Base:
One of the most famous hikes in the Paine Massif, which is demanding, but rewards with the imposing view of the three granite towers. This walk is characterized by being a large part of the ascent towards the viewpoint, at the beginning constant for 1 hour bordering the Ascencio River until reaching the Paso de los Vientos.

From here it is 30 minutes to the Chilean Camp where you can take a short break. The walk continues ascending through the forest for another 1.5 hours, gaining height rapidly and having incredible views of geological formations such as folds, fractures and granite intrusions.

The last hour is the strongest, where the trail zigzags uphill through a sector of moraine or loose stone, being exposed to the wind and unpredictable weather.

Arriving at the viewpoint you will have the classic view of the Torres del Paine from up close and if the weather permits you can have lunch with this fantastic landscape in front of you. The descent begins along the same trail and takes approximately 4 hours to reach the starting point. This excursion is hard and exhausting for those who are not used to long-distance hiking.

Difficulty: high
Duration: 8 hours / 12 km

Pingo waterfall:
It will start very early in the morning, to leave the hotel and walk along the Pingo River to the area of “Chorrillo los Salmones” a waterfall, where after walking almost 1 hour and a half, you will enter the Pingo Valley, in where you will have the luck to advance through a privileged forest which has not been touched by the fires of the park, keeping intact the habitat of the flora and fauna of the place.

As you go through the forest you will have ups and downs, which can be more difficult when it rains as the trail gets soft. As we find clearings in the forest, you will have a different view of the Paine Massif. After walking between 2 and 2.5 hours, you will arrive at the viewpoint of the Pingo Waterfall, an impressive rapid of water that you will appreciate from very close to be able to have lunch and take a break after the long walk, before returning along the same path to the hotel.

With luck it is possible to see flora and fauna very different from the rest of the park, since the transit of people is not authorized without a guide with the respective certification.

Difficulty: high
Duration: 8.5 hours / 13 km

After 1.5 hours of transfer, you will arrive at the Verde Lagoon gate area. Next to this access is the Estancia Lazo, which is the starting point for what will be a walk of Medium – High intensity.

The panoramic view of the Paine massif is undoubtedly one of the main attractions of this excursion. Lagoons with a great variety of birds, forests and flowers make this trek a great learning opportunity for the most curious.

Once at the Lake Toro viewpoint, you will begin a descent along a steep route, for which the use of walking sticks is necessary, which will be provided by the guide.

Difficulty: high
Duration: 6 hours

Half day tours

Navigation to the Grey Glacier:
Sailing to the Grey Glacier is one of the must-see excursions during your visit to Torres del Paine National Park. This 3-hour journey takes place aboard the “Grey III” boat and allows you to enjoy an incomparable landscape made up of floating icebergs, exuberant vegetation and imposing mountains.

* Navigation subject to weather conditions and minimum number of passengers in September, October, March and April.

Trekking Condor Lookout:
You will be transferred by vehicle for about 45 minutes, to the central address of the Torres del Paine National Park, where you will start a walk, it is a simple trek with a maximum height of 400 meters starting at 45 meters, from its beginning.

It is an incredible view of the Paine River and Lake Pehoé, with their turquoise colors and facing the magnificent Paine Massif. At the top of this viewpoint, with luck, it is possible to see Condors, as it is the take-off platform for juvenile species taught by their parents to take flight.

Difficulty: low
Duration: 2 hours / 5.5 km

Trekking Cuernos Viewpoint:
You will be transferred by vehicle for around 45 minutes to the parking area of the Salto Grande viewpoint, from which point a simple trek will begin.

The landscape is of the Patagonian steppe, where the Calafate (Berberis Microphyla), the Mata Barrosa (Mulinum Spinosum) and a marked burnt forest of Lengas (Nothofagus Pumilio) and Ñirres (Nothofagus Antarctica) predominate, due to the 2011 fire.

You will arrive at a viewpoint with an impressive view of Lake Nordenskjöld, with the Cuernos del Paine behind in all its magnitude. Also on the left you have an excellent view of Paine Grande and on the right Almirante Nieto.

Back on the trail, you will take a detour in the last section of the route and pass by one of the main waterfalls in the park, the imposing Salto Grande. After this visit, you will be transferred back to the vehicle to reach the hotel. The return leg takes approximately 45 min.

Difficulty: high
Duration: 5 hours / 10 km

Mount Ferrier:
This is an excellent option to see most of the National Park while being close to the hotel. You will first ascend the challenging trail that leads to Ferrier Viewpoint; the trail is very steep approximately 60° elevation and altitude is gained quickly (700 m.a.s.l.).

At first, you will skirt the river before reaching the always windy viewpoint, and then enter a beautiful forest of Lengas (Nothofagus Pumilio).

Here you will have spectacular panoramic views of the Grey Glacier and its floating icebergs on the Lake, Paine Massif, Paine River, Lake Toro, Pingo Glacier, among others.

The descent is along the same path; this time only downhill, to then return to the hotel.

Difficulty: medium
Duration: 4 hours / 6.5 km

Trekking Chorrillo Salmones:
You will walk from the hotel, towards the Pingo River, to enter a flat path with slight ascents and descents. It will begin bordering the river and then through the forest with a view towards Paine Grande and Cordón Olguin, with a duration of approximately 1 hour and a half, you will arrive at the viewpoint of the “Chorrillo Los Salmones” Waterfall. So called because you can sometimes see salmon going down these waterfalls. .

The interesting thing about this sector is that it is an area that can only be explored with a certified guide from the hotel, since the forest has not been affected by the latest fires within the park, and it has a low influx of visitors.

The return can be interesting to be able to spot flora and fauna of the place.

Difficulty: low
Duration: 2 hours / 5.5 km


IN/OUT private transfers from Punta Arenas, Puerto Natales or Cerro Castillo
Entrance to Cueva del Milodon (applies only IN/OUT Punta Arenas and Puerto Natales)
Torres del Paine National Park ticket
Buffet breakfast, lunch, box lunch and dinner at Lago Grey Hotel
Open bar (house wine, beers and national drinks)
Open bar on Glacier Navigation (excludes premium spirits and wines)
Tours with English/Spanish guide according to list and schedule of departures
Wi-Fi (only in common areas)
Accommodation according to selected room


Not included
Flights to/from Punta Arenas
Meals in transit
Premium wines, spirits and beers
Laundry service
Phone calls
Unscheduled meals at the hotel
Stays outside Torres del Paine National Park
Travel insurance
Regular connection to and from El Calafate
Accident insurance
Services not mentioned


What to bring?

  • Fleece type warm clothing.
  • Waterproof clothing (jacket and pants).
  • Short and long sleeve t-shirt.
  • First layer.
  • Sun hat.
  • Hat, scarf, gloves for the cold.
  • Waterproof trekking shoes.
  • Sunglasses.
  • Sunscreen.
  • Water.

What are the recommendations for that program?

Hiring travel insurance is recommended, since it is not responsible for money refunds due to weather problems, road closures, natural phenomena, problems with air connections, social or political demonstrations or other problems derived from these, unrelated to the will and control of the company, which prevent the arrival or access to Torres del Paine and the hotel.

Carry out activities according to the physical capacities of the people.


Tours must be booked at the time of All Inclusive confirmation, however he will be available to meet your requests at the hotel and be able to modify them according to your needs.

All tours are subject to weather conditions and minimum number of passengers.

You must inform about special meals when making the reservation.

During low season it is not possible to make the tours to the Pingo Waterfall and the Lazo Weber section.


Check the contracting terms of the All Inclusive Grey Lake program.

All Inclusive Lake Grey



Departure from Punta Arenas or Puerto Natales to Torres del Paine Park
4 days / 3 nights
Start 07:30 a.m. (first day) – End 10:30 p.m. (last day)

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