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Torres del Paine

This morning our ship docked at Puerto Natales after navigating through more of the fjords. This popular port town hosted a port large enough for our ship to dock at, which allowed us to easily walk off the ship later that morning to begin our bus tour of Torres del Paine. This bus tour was one of the paid excursions that we did, although a free walking tour was offered as well. There were a few other paid excursions in the park, but the two hiking options had already been booked by the time we got on the ship, so I definitely recommend reserving these early when booking your trip if they are something you are interested in. For our bus tour, which took most of the day, we traveled through one of Patagonia's most notable parks Torres del Paine. During the tour we were able to see a lot of wildlife from the bus as well as at the handful of destinations we stopped at along the way to take photos. Among these critters, we saw about a dozen Andean condors, plenty of guanacos, rheas and a group of flamingos! We relaxed on the boat for the rest of the evening once we returned and prepared for another day docked in Puerto Natales where we would be able to explore the town itself and some of the surrounding area.

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