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The Week Everything program was made for you to live varied experiences in Patagonia

The Week Everything is a program that was made thinking of those who want to know a little about everything in Patagonia. You will enjoy an extensive program, with navigations and trekking on the most beautiful roads in southern Chile. You will have the opportunity to visit glaciers, the famous Torres del Paine Park and go horseback riding in spectacular places.

You will stay in the city of Puerto Natales, which is a charming city of approximately 22 thousand inhabitants. You will be in a very well located point, making it possible to visit the main points of Patagonia. The Week Everything program is perfect for getting to know the region with your partner, family or friends.

Get to know the Milodon Cave, the Balmaceda and Serrano Glaciers and the Torres del Paine Park

With the Week Everything program, you will begin by getting to know the Milodon Cave Natural Monument, a place made up of three caves, where the remains of Milodons were found. The Mylodon was a large herbivorous mammal that probably became extinct at the end of the Pleistocene. Then you will make a horseback ride along the edge of the Sofia Lagoon, a place with incredible views of the region.

In the Bernardo O’Higgins National Park, you will navigate through the Fjord of Última Esperanza to appreciate the Balmaceda and Serrano Glaciers. From the boat we see the Balmaceda Glacier and later we enter a forest of lenga and ñirre to enjoy the views of the Serrano Glacier.

Also, with the Week Everything program, you will get to know the famous Torres del Paine National Park. Surely, this park is a mandatory stop on a trip to Patagonia. You will do a Full Day Torres del Paine, visiting the Torres sector, the Nordenskjöld viewpoint and the Grey sector.

To finish, you will visit a typical Patagonian estancia, where you will learn about the history of the place, the orchard and the sheepdogs. And you will also try the local gastronomy, with a Magellan-style roast.


Day 1 – Arrival and welcome

Welcome at the airport, private transfers to Puerto Natales, depending on the time, we carry out a Historical City Tour of the city, later we settle in our room, restaurant recommendation for dinner, and then enjoy a night of mixology (cocktail glass or regional alcohol or juice ).

Day 2 – Milodon Cave and Archaeological Trail

We have breakfast and then go to the Cueva del Milodon National Monument, a natural monument made up of three caves, where the remains of milodons were found, large herbivorous mammals that probably became extinct at the end of the Pleistocene. After a welcome talk, the trail begins. You will walk to the cave sector to observe various geological formations. You will continue along the path through a Lenga forest to reach the Sofía Lagoon viewpoint. From this viewpoint it is possible to appreciate the condoreras and spot various species of birds that inhabit the sector. The route continues through rock walls to see the first almost unique cave paintings in the Magallanes region.

The trail continues to La Ventana Cave and Escondida Cave, where it is possible to appreciate ancient stalactites and stalagmites, as well as archaeological sites. It is important to mention that vestiges of extinct fauna were found in those caves.

We will continue the route to the Los Aleros Dos Herraduras sector, inserted in a centenary lenga forest. Throughout the tour we will be able to observe several species of orchids, birds and hear firsthand the history of the territory and later of this stay in Chilean Patagonia. The tour ends after 8 KM of walking at the same starting point. Finally, we will return to Puerto Natales.

Day 3 – Balmaceda and Serrano Glaciers

We go to the meeting point to start the navigation that will take us to see the Balmaceda and Serrano Glaciers, entering the Canal del Señoret to reach the Bernardo O’Higgins National Park. From the boat we see the Balmaceda Glacier, later we enter a forest of lenga and ñirre to enjoy the views of the Serrano Glacier.

Day 4 – Horseback Riding and Trekking in Sierra Baguales

In Chile there are few places that can match the disturbing beauty of this isolated volcanic mountain range, located between 600 and 1,200 meters above sea level and about 120 kilometers north of the city of Puerto Natales, we find these jagged reliefs and dark mountains that amaze any of its visitors. We refer to Sierra Baguales, a place known for its troops of wild horses (Baguales). We will visit a ranch (rural tourism) where we can go horseback riding as well as interesting trekking through the more than 6,000 hectares of the place, we will visit lagoons, winding rivers, geological and fossil formations. From its hills you can see herds of wild horses, guanacos, condors and the typical flora and fauna of Chilean Patagonia, making this excursion a unique and incomparable experience in Patagonia.

Day 5 – Torres del Paine and Lake Grey Navigation

After a good breakfast we go to the Torres del Paine National Park. We will visit the Torres sector, with the possibility of visiting the Blue Lagoon, as well as seeing the Paine Waterfall and going to the Nordenskjold Viewpoint. Later we will go to enjoy the Grey Glacier sector, where we will make the navigation to visit said glacier up close. Then we will return to the vehicle that will take us back to Puerto Natales.

Day 6 – Towers Base

After a good breakfast we are ready to return to the Torres del Paine National Park to begin a demanding excursion to the Towers base, deserving of all the fame it holds. With a total of 20 km, the first part of the walk is through the Ascencio Valley, arriving at the El Chileno camp, continuing into a Lenga forest opening the way until the last 45-minute ascent to admire the Torres del Paine. The return begins arriving at sunset in Puerto Natales.

Day 7 – Farewell

We have breakfast and we move in our vehicle to go to the airport where we finish our services.


Transfer to tours
Accommodation in a room with private bathroom
Bilingual guide (Spanish and English)
Half board:
– Breakfast
– Lunch
Tours described in the program
Not included
Flights to/from Puerto Natales or Punta Arenas
Travel accident insurance or others
Laundry service
Services not mentioned in the program


What to take to Patagonia?

Waterproof mountain shoes, sunglasses, sunscreen, water, hat for the sun, hat and gloves for the cold, short-sleeved and long-sleeved shirts, fleece-type warm clothing and waterproof jacket and pants.


Check the contracting terms of the Week Trekking program.

Week Everything



From Puerto Natales or Punta Arenas Airport
7 days / 6 nights
Start 02:00 p.m. (first day) – End 11:00 a.m. (last day)

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