Torres del Paine National Park From Punta Arenas


Please Note

  • Tour departs every saturday and sunday and almost every two days on week days. Tour start from Puerto Natales (roundtrip from your hotel in Puerto Natales)
  • Spanish speaking Guide
  • It’s recommended that you wear comfortable and warm clothing for this excursion
  • Light trek of more than an hour and another flat walk of 30 min (difficulty: easy)
  • The pick-up time for your tour will be confirmed the day before the tour date at the hotel reception.
  • From April to September a Minimum of 4 Passengers per booking is required for this excursion.
  • Regular basis excursion means it is a Shared vehicle with other passengers from other hotels.

Price: Usd 65 p/p

Not included

  • Entrance tickets (National Park and Milodon’s cave) (payable only in chilean pesos)
  • Lunch


Ticket prices to parks (cash only in Chilean Peso)


    • Cueva del Milodón Natural Monument.
      • Between May and September, 2018.
        • Chileans: CLP$ 1,000 p/p    /   Child: CLP$500  /  Senior: CLP$500
        • Foreigners: CLP$ 2,000 per persona.  child (6 to 17 years old) : $500 p/p
      • Between October 1st 2018 and 30th April 2019.
        • Chileans: CLP$ 2.500 p/p    /  Child: CLP$1.500   / Senior: CLP$1.500
        • Foreigners: CLP$ 5.000 per person.     child (6 to 17 years old) : $1.500 p/p


    • Torres del Paine National Park.
      • Between May and September, 2018.
        • Chileans: CLP$ 4,000.  /  child: $1.000 / Senior (more than 60 years): CLP$1.000
        • Foreigners: CLP$ 11,000 per person. / child: CLP$1.000
      • Between October 1st 2018 and 30th April 2019.
        • Chileans: CLP$ 6.000 per person / child : CLP$ 2.000 / Senior : CLP$3.000
        • Foreigners: CLP$ 21.000 per person /  child (between 6 and 17 years): CLP$ 6.000

Available departures

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Punta Arenas

Punta ArenasPunta Arenas (or Sandy Point in English) is the capital city of Chile’s southernmost region, overlooking the Straits of Magellan.  Punta Arenas reflects a great mix of cultures, from English sheep ranchers, Croatian settlers to Portuguese sailors, and it remains an utterly fascinating testament to the Chile’s rich history. Punta Arenas is also the starting Read more

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