Full Day Tour
Departure from the hotel. An excursion that connects two of the four accesses that Torres del Paine National Park has, allowing you to visit a little-known and very attractive perspective for observing fauna. Its landscape environment is undoubtedly a place worth visiting. When entering the park through the Lago Sarmiento gate, we will begin our path with a gentle incline with a side view of the imposing Sarmiento Lake bordering on private land, a common hunting area for the largest predator in the region, the Puma. Species that finds its main source of food in the Torres del Paine National Park, the Guanaco.
After an hour of walking we will arrive at an eaves where it is possible to observe a series of cave paintings with a date that exceeds 6,000 years old, a place frequented by groups of hunters known as one of the first populations that arrived in Patagonia. In this site we can photograph the environment and learn a little more about the local history. The activity continues towards Blanquillos Lagoon, a nesting and feeding place for different species of endemic birds of Patagonia such as ducks, caiquenes and black-necked swans always with a frontal view towards the Paine mountain range.
After about 2 hours of walking we will arrive at the main access of the Torres del Paine National Park: Amarga Lagoon gate. After a stop for the use of services, we will return to the vehicle to go to a little-known sector where the waters of the Paine River, coming from the Dickson glacier, increase its flow with a great concentration of minerals and sediments. We refer to the Paine Waterfall. In this place we will have free time to enjoy our box lunch with a frontal view towards the granite towers between ñirre bushes. The day continues towards Cañadón Macho, an area where it is possible to observe large groups of guanacos that coexist with species such as the Ñandú, Gray Fox, Condor, Mora Eagle among others. Back to the hotel. Return to hotel.
-Transportation from/to hotel.
-It does not operate December, 25th and January, 01st.
-Bring comfortable clothes and shoes, sunglasses, sunscreen, gloves and buff.
-Children under the sole responsibility of their parents.
-The schedules may vary according to weather conditions and the physical conditions of the passengers.