Unbounded nature. Landscapes compelling infinite admiration. Changing scenes ranging from pampas to forests and from plains to heights. All within a single area: Torres del Paine
, probably the most beautiful place in Chilean Patagonia, charming its visitors and generating ever-lasting memories in them.
Among these magnificent skyward-reaching rock formations, the main attractions
This is the main access point to Torres del Paine
. Its name has its origin in the Latin term "natalis", meaning birth. The city, which has over 19 thousand inhabitants, was founded in 1911. In its beginnings, the area was inhabited by English and German colonists, who worked mainly as cattle farmers. The city offers a varied number of tourist options, which go from skiing sessions in Rio Turbio (in winter), to sailing tours to the glaciers of Balmaceda and Serrano mountains and the Seven Glaciers, located in the De las Montañas channel.
-Torres del Paine National Park
. It is an area dominated by nature. There are impressive pampas, Magellanic forests, peaceful lakes such as Nordenskjold, Pehoe de Grey, Paine and Dickson, lagoons with ice floes and the magnificent glaciers. The park, which covers around 242,242 hectares, is inhabited by guanacos, rheas, condors, pumas, grey and "culpeo" foxes and a wide variety of birds which flutter around over the gently-flowing waters.