Regular Departures: Every day on request.
Prices valid from 1st of May, 2016 to 31st of August 2016
- CLP 734,800 p.p. in double room for a 5 persons group
- CLP 804,300 p.p. in double room for a 4 persons group
- CLP 897,500 p.p. in double room for a 3 persons group
- CLP 936,500 p.p. in double room for a 2 persons group
- Single room supplement CLP 152,500
Starting / Finishing Points
The trip starts at the Airport of Punta Arenas.
- All ground transport as indicated in the itinerary.
- 2 hotel nights in Punta Arenas and 2 hotel nights in Puerto Natales in 4 stars hotels
- Daily private excursions as specified in the itinerary.
- English speaking guide on excursions.
- Entrance fees national park Torres del Paine.
- Meals: Breakfast: everyday (except arrival day), lunch on day 2 / box lunch on day 3 and 4.
- Flight tickets.
- Insurance (it is mandatory you purchase appropriate insurance for this trip).
- Voluntary tipping to guides and staff.
- Items of personal nature.
The vast unbroken stretch of ocean to the west and south of the South American continent leaves the Patagonian Andes very exposed to winds that circle the Antarctic landmass. In addition, the strong marine influence and the affect of the Southern Patagonia Ice field make the weather hard to predict. Winter’s temperature rage is between -2ºC/28ºF and 6ºC/43ºF. June, July and August are the wettest months in Tores del Paine and sub-zero temperatures are common. Nevertheless the winds are relatively mild in winter. Just as quickly as the weather turns nasty, it can become lovely and sunny. So come prepared for all types of weather! Read more about: When is the best time to visit Torres del Paine?
Cancelled airline flights
We recommend choosing a flexible airline ticket, giving you enough room to change flights, just in case trip activities have to be modified due to difficult weather conditions!
This trip includes easy hikes and kayak activity. An average to good level of fitness is required.
What you need to bring
Passengers need to be prepared for winter. Essential equipment includes a one day backpack (10liters - to carry camera, glasses, rain coat, etc), trekking or hiking boots, extra shoes for evenings or in case others get wet, warm waterproof jacket, two pairs of woolen socks, fleece jacket or sweater, shorts or comfortable loose pants, sun protection (glasses, hat, lip balm and screen) and optional capilene underwear for the upper and lower body.
We reserve the right to change the order of the days in any itinerary under the sole discretion of the trip guide and based on operational considerations. The trip guide can also modify, change or eliminate part of the itinerary based on safety/weather considerations.