Have you ever felt completely insignificant in comparison to nature?
Well, get ready to feel precisely that way among the turquoise waters, glaciers and towering granite horns of the Torres del Paine National Park.
The jaw-dropping landscapes of this eighth wonder of the world are humbling indeed.
Immerse yourself in this vast national park; a backpack and comfortable shoes are all you require for a trekking adventure, the best possible way to explore this UNESCO World Biosphere Reserve.
Take full advantage of the 17 hours of daylight in summer and don’t miss out on sunrise, when the horns of the Torres del Paine massif glow purple and red. Sail on Lake Grey to admire the eponymous glacier, or paddle a kayak through its colossal blue and white icebergs.
You’ll enjoy terrific wildlife-watching in Torres del Paine. See majestic condors wheeling in the pristine skies overhead. Look out for foxes, huemul or Andean deer and guanacos along the way, and if you lie in wait patiently, you might be lucky enough to spot the reclusive puma.
An adventurer lovers paradise, this area located in Chile’s Torres del Paine National Park features a playground of mountain ranges and glacial lakes. Travelers head to the South of Chile for one reason, to trek through this challenging area of Patagonia