• Location: Puerto Natales, Chile
  • Duration: 10 hours (approx.)
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Journey into the surreal natural spectacle of Torres del Paine National Park on a full-day coach tour from Puerto Natales. See the splintering glaciers, iridescent lagoons and snow-capped spires of the Andes Mountain range during an exhilarating excursion into the wild. Explore the darkened depths of Milndon Cave with a knowledgeable guide; visit a gushing waterfall near the Nordenskjold Lake; admire the shimmering surface of Sarmiento Lake; and trek amid the frozen enchantment of the Grey Glacier during this astounding adventure.


  • Full-day tour of Torres del Paine National Park
  • Learn about the prehistoric discovery at Milodon Cave, and see stalactites and Devil’s Chair rock formation
  • Explore massive ice floes and Sarmiento, Grey and Nordenskjöld lakes
  • Behold the famous Paine towers
  • Enjoy snacks and a restaurant lunch with stunning views of Lake Pehoé and Cordillera del Paine range
  • Round-trip transport from Puerto Natales hotels included

What You Can Expect

Full-Day Tour of Torres del Paine National Park from Puerto Natales

Admire the views from Lake Sarmiento!

Depart from your hotel in Puerto Natales in a comfortable, air-conditioned minivan with your experienced guide. Sink back into your seat and watch the spectacular scenery begin to unravel as you journey north to the mountain of Cerro Benitez. 
Arrive at the Milodon Cave Natural Monument and delve into the darkened depths to encounter life-size replicas of a prehistoric giant sloth. Gain fascinating insight in the 19th century discovery of the extinct creatures as you stroll past stalactite-studded crevices and arrive at a legendary landmark known as the Devil’s Chair. 
Return to the vehicle and venture further north to enjoy a revitalizing coffee break at the impressive villa in Castle Hill (own expense). Feel your excitement heighten as you approach the entrance of the phenomenal park, which sprawls over 447,000 acres (181,000 hectares). 
Walk westward beside the iridescent wonder of the Nordenskjold Lake until you reach the rushing and roaring Salto Grande Waterfall. Admire the power of the natural landmark from a vertiginous vantage point, scanning the landscape for native herds of guanaco. 
Then, venture to the center of the park to the inviting and intimate Hosteria Pehoe, a rustic hotel nestled in an islet of Lake Pekoe. Pleasure your palate with a flavorsome and fulfilling lunch (sample menu listed below) before wandering the dramatic shores of the lake. 
Revitalized, trek towards the colossal glacier at the north of the Grey Lake. Admire the sparkling spectrum of color upon the water’s surface before gasping at the enchanting enormity of the 90-foot (30-meter) high glacier. 
Head back to the minivan and gaze out of the windows at more stunning sights as you travel back towards Puerto Natales; capture the grandeur of the park’s granite towers on film before sitting back in your seat for the scenic journey back. 
Note: Entrance fees to Milodon Cave Natural Monument and Torres del Paine National Park are your own expense.


Customer Reviews

Lawson C United States of ... 

5 star rating: Highly Recommended January 2018

Absolutely the most beautiful mountains we have ever seen. The tour company was excellent and they got us safely to some fantastic observation points throughout the park. The full day experience was something we will never forget. Another bucket list experience.

Craig S

5 star rating: Highly Recommended January 2017

Excellent tour. Well worth the money.


5 star rating: Highly Recommended February 2016

An amazing day. Highlight of our month in Chile. But we were surprised that it appeared to be run by another company who seemed to be charging considerably less than we paid. It was great to have the opportunity of booking while still in England but we probably paid far too much.
The guide was excellent, so knowledgeable when it came to the geology of the area.
Lunch wasn't merely good but a feast!

Thomas W

5 star rating: Highly Recommended January 2016

This was a great tour! Our guide Sergio was excellent and had a great knowledge of the local area, flora, and fauna. We had a great time and I'd highly recommend. The company was also kind enough to call my hotel the night before to make sure I knew the proper pick-up time.


5 star rating: Highly Recommended December 2015

A well packed day with plenty to see, particularly if you are fortunate, as we were, to have good weather.


5 star rating: Highly Recommended November 2015

The tour is organised nicely with an excellent English speaking tour guide who knows his stuff well and explained brilliantly. I like everything about this tour except that we may have paid too much, about double from the same tour, same guide offers locally.


5 star rating: Highly Recommended March 2015

Great tour, breathtaking scenery.

Yimin C United States of ... 

4 star rating: Recommended April 2015

Both driver and tour guider are very professional


1 star rating: I do not recommend this December 2015

This is very expensive for what it is.... We basically spent the whole day on a minibus.
The first stop was a visit to the MILIDON cave, which was quite impressive. Entrance fee was not included, so that was extra. Next we drove to Glacier Grey, which I was really looking forward to. What they don't tell you is that you need to walk approx. 1.5miles only to get a view of Grey, which is about ten miles away, across a lake. There was a boat tour, but that was not part of our tour and therefore couldn't get any closer to the glacier. After this disappointing stop, we carried on and stopped somewhere for lunch, which was included in the tour, and basically takes up an hour of the day. From there, we drove to the highlight, Torres del Paine..... By the time we arrived, it was pouring with rain and hence, we couldn't see anything. In hindsight, I could have rented a car for the day and done the trip myself. There were two of us and so instead of approx. 260 including entrance fees, this would have cost me approx. 100 going for a rental car option.. The entrance fee for Torres del Paine National Park cost 18 and was also not included... I don't normally like to talk badly about these tours, but this one was definitely not worth it .....

Chaoying Z

1 star rating: I do not recommend this December 2015

The tour is over-priced. We comfirmed our tour twice with them. The company still made our reservation date wrong. I cannot believe how they made this.
Many thanks to the local company. They organized a new tour for us, even though there is nothing wrong with them. They were very friendly and kind. The tour and the guide are great.

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