Join us as we delve into the inner recess of Patagonia on the Torres del Paine and trek into the magic that has captured many adventurous and ecologically minded travelers. For the travelers who want to experience the high class trekking of Patagonia while also experiencing the nature & wildlife, this guided trip will stimulate your legs and creativity.
Trip Summary: Patagonia | 7-9 Days
Private Dates: Year Round
Next Group Dates: See Below
Price From: $3800 per person
Dates & Prices:
Trip Price $3800
Single Room Supplement + $600
3-Day Extension to Santiago + $1600
All inclusive package including accommodation for all nights, in-country transport by private bus, train, or flight, lecture and instruction materials from our expert guides, all activities, and meals as listed on the itinerary. *International Airfare and Visa Fees are not included.
This Acanela Expedition © is the perfect fusion between comfort & adventure. Embark on this small group exploration and have hands-on encounters with local peoples and cultures, while experiencing all the historical & culinary highlights along the way.
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- Explore the vibrant cities of Puerto Arenas & Puerto Natales —the heart of Patagonian food and culture
- Connect with nature as you trek into the breathtaking backcountry
- Lodge in beautifully designed EcoCamp domes, the regions first fully sustainable accommodation with a full-view of the night sky overhead
- Travel to prehistoric caves, pristine alpine lakes, massive glaciers, and the famous towers of Torres del Paine
- Engage with the region’s rich history and culture
*Note that soft adventure wildlife safaris are also available - click here
Itinerary | 7 Days
Arrival Airport: Punta Arenas International Airport (PUQ)
Day 1 Torres Del Paine National Park: Arrive in Punta Arenas, Chile, one of Patagonia’s largest cities. Upon arrival you will be met by your driver and guide and transported to Torres del Paine National Park, where we’ll be exploring throughout the duration of our trip. Along the way, we’ll stop for lunch in Puerto Natales and venture to Cueva del Milodón, a massive prehistoric cave. As we arrive at the entrance of the park, admire the sprawling steppe and glistening, snowcapped horizon. With the sun setting around 11 p.m., the days feel like they go on forever. We’ll have plenty of time to gather at basecamp and debrief over a delicious dinner. Accommodation: EcoCamp
Day 2 Los Cuernos Trail & Nordenskjöld Lake: The next day, we’ll hike the scenic Los Cuernos Trail. Translating to “the Horns,” it was named after the two granite peaks towering over the lush greenery and endless plains. The winding trail leads to the breathtaking Nordenskjöld Lake, which is famous for its electric, frosty turquoise water. After our journey, we’ll settle into Refugio Los Cuernos, a cozy cottage at the end of the trail. Spend the rest of the afternoon relaxing and refueling alongside the picturesque views. Accommodation: Refugio Los Cuernos
Day 3 Valle Frances: Valle Frances, or the French Valley, is a must-see destination in Torres del Paine. The challenging trek travels through the heart of Paine Massif—we’ll journey past staggering mountains and glaciers and over roaring rivers. Marvel at the geological formations and endless natural beauty as we end at the Refugio Paine Grande, sitting beside a stunning, milky lake. We’ll stretch our legs and relax as we recount the day’s wonders and prepare for even more tomorrow! Accommodation: Refugio Paine Grande
Day 4 Grey Glacier: A boat will take us across Grey Lake to the famous Grey Glacier. Float through the magnificent, towering formations and hike across the bright blue ice. After reveling in the mind-blowing views, we’ll return to the cozy Refugio Paine Grande to warm up and rest for the night. Accommodation: Refugio Paine Grande
Day 5 The Three Towers: This will be the most strenuous yet rewarding day of our trek. We’ll head towards Torres del Paine’s famous Three Towers—three giant granite peaks overlooking a turquoise lagoon. We’ll ascend the eastern face by way of Ascencio Valley, hiking through an ever-changing landscape of beech forests, mountain ridges, and boulder fields. After a challenging trek, we’ll feast on a hearty dinner surrounded by the park’s unbelievable beauty. Accommodation: EcoCamp
Day 6 Eastern Lakes: After the challenge of the previous day, we’ll take it a bit easier. A car will take us to Laguna Azul, where we’ll eat with a breathtaking view of the lake and mountainous surroundings. We’ll then head to the Fauna Trail, where we’re likely to encounter a variety of wildlife, such as guanacos, deer, foxes, and even pumas. After an exhilarating day full of nature, we’ll head back to basecamp to share our last meal together and celebrate an unforgettable expedition! Accommodation: EcoCamp
Day 7 Punta Arenas: After an extraordinary, Patagonian adventure, it’s time to say goodbye. We’ll rise bright and early and drive to Punta Arenas for our flights home usually via Santiago or Buenos Aires). If you’re looking for even more adventure and excitement, join us on one of our 2-day extension trips!
Departure Airport: Punta Arenas International Airport (PUQ)
3-Day Extension to Santiago
Spend some time in Santiago, marveling at the beauty of this vibrant Chilean city. Over the next two days, we’ll explore open-air markets, visit the home of legendary poet Pablo Neruda, and eat local cuisine in the heart of Patagonia.
3-Day Extension to Buenos Aires, Argentina
Travel across Patagonia to Buenos Aires—a stunning, cosmopolitan city. With rich history and culture permeating every inch of this unique city, there’s never a dull moment! Tour iconic landmarks, engage with the locals, and dine on some of the best cuisine Argentina has to offer.