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From sailing across glacier lakes and hiking through the Paine mountain range, to tracking pumas and exploring the Patagonian steppe, each day you’ll return to camp exhausted yet inspired. Put your feet up with a glass of wine, treat yourself to a massage or share stories with the other guests.
Refuel with a three-course meal then fall asleep beneath the imposing night sky.
The two nearby airports are Punta Arena and Puerto Natales. Puerto Natales is only two hours from Torres del Paine, however, there are only a few flights offered each week. Punta Arenas is about five hours from the Torres del Paine National Park, but there are more flights available.
Alternatively, a transfer from El Calafate in Argentine Patagonia takes 3 hours and 45 minutes.
In Torres del Paine, each season has its advantages and drawbacks, and any day can be unpredictable!
Summer (December-February) is the high season. During these months, the weather is both warmer and windier.
In Spring (September to November), the landscapes are lush and covered in blossom. By contrast, in Autumn (March to May), the foliage burns red and orange.
The winter season, which lasts from June to August, can be unpredictable but equally stunning with the snow-covered trails.