Torres del Paine is a unique place from every point of view and the variety of activities that may be enjoyed in its surroundings becomes evident at first sight.
After crossing the Patagonian steppe from North to South –a journey that takes 2 and half hours, we reached Cancha Carrera International Pass. From that point onwards, we started to travel beautiful Southern Chile up to Torres del Paine National Park.
Torres del Paine stands for “blue towers” in the Tehuelche tongue, as a reference to the predominant color in these mountains whose silhouettes go round the world as one of the most important icons of world climbing.
We reached Torres del Paine at 10:15 in a cold windless morning. It was ideal to enjoy the kind of activity in which physical skills play a significant role.
Once the park is accessed, activities are combined according to visitors’ wishes. Even though there are countless attractions, it all depends on whether the adventurers feel like hiking and how fit they are.
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Recommendations: The guides and drivers are specially selected according to each traveler’s profile, bearing in mind age, language, kind of activity and tours they wish to hire. This is an advantage as the group’s chemistry is manifested from the very beginning, and not at the end of the tour, as it usually happens.