Torres del Paine Extension

Jenny Fiebig
Cheesy snapshot in front of the falls
Julia Kocubinski
Grey Glacier Cruise in Torres del Paine on Chile tour
Julia Kocubinski
EcoCamp dome tents in Torres del Paine on Patagonia tour
Jenny Fiebig
The base of the Towers in Torres del Paine.
Jenny Fiebig
Salto Grande Falls in Torres del Paine
Torres del Paine National Park offers a combination of unique wildlife and spectacular scenery in one of the most isolated regions of South America. Travel through Punta Arenas, Chile or El Calafate, Argentina to arrive at EcoCamp. After full days of exploring the park return and rest in comfort in the new Suite Domes!

Day 1

Transfer Torres del Paine

Transfer today into Torres del Paine National Park (via shuttle drive from Punta Arenas or public bus and shuttle drive combination from El Calafate). On the way, stop at an enormous cave that once sheltered a prehistoric sloth, the Milodón. You'll arrive at the EcoCamp, a deluxe tent camp of large igloo-shaped tents built to minimize environmental impact while providing a comfortable setting with the luxury Suite Domes. The EcoCamp provides candlelight, feather comforters, composting toilets, and plenty of quiet to enjoy your spectacular surroundings.

Days 2-3

Torres del Paine Excursions

Click here to see more information about the excursions in Torres del Paine.

Your time at the EcoCamp is flexible and includes a menu of guided excursions.  Choose your day's activities, ranging from a more relaxed pace to a strenuous hike, based on your interests and energy level for the day.  Set off with your guide to travel across the park to Grey Glacier. Along the way, stop to visit the Salto Grande waterfall and take a quick hike (one hour roundtrip) to the Mirador Nordenskjold for stunning views of Los Cuernos and the French Valley. In the afternoon, board the ferry and set off across the Lago Grey. 

Hikers can venture to the foot of the gigantic spires of El Paine (8 hours roundtrip). Weather permitting, you'll witness the most famous sight of the Torres del Paine - the three granite monoliths reaching 9,400 feet- a testament to the massive glacial forces that carved them out of the earth. 

Some travelers prefer to relax and stay at the EcoCamp to enjoy the vistas and tranquility or take a walk apart from the guided group. Horseback riding and spa services can be arranged at the nearby Hosteria Las Torres during any free time or as an optional activity.

Day 4

  • Breakfast

Transfer to Chile or Argentina

Early this morning, you'll transfer on to either Punta Arenas or El Calafate. You can catch late night flights on to another destination (please inquire as to flight time possibilities).

$2005
Tour Cost
$2005
Total Cost

Notes

$1325 single supplement
Opt to share Standard Dome instead

Triple/Quad Rates and Standard Dome discounts available. Rate varies based on current Chilean Peso/U.S. Dollar conversion

Any day of the week. Add $140 per person for any departures starting between Dec 18 and Jan 1.

Included

  • 3 Breakfasts, 2 Lunches, 3 Dinners
  • 3 Nights Accommodations
    • 3 Nights Lodge
  • 3 Days Locally Hosted Guide Service
  • Park Entrance Fee