Patagonia: Explore the Miradors of Torres del Paine – 4 Days

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1978
4 Day
Availability : Jan 1' - Dec 31'
Puerto Natales
Torres del Paine
Min Age : 18+
Max People : 15
Overview
Explore the Miradors of Torres del Paine

Explore the Miradors of Torres del Paine: This is a great trip for those who like to explore the beautiful miradors around Torres del Paine national park, a short trip with short hikes and great spots for Photography.

Discover the best of Patagonia.
“Rock, ice, snow, wind, and water, all warring with each other yet combined against man, here reigned in absolute sovereignty.” Charles Darwin said this about Patagonia when he first entered the Tierra del Fuego over some 150 years ago. It’s a very good description of the Southern Cone; the last rugged expanse before the Antarctica and the end of the world. Patagonia is a much larger region than many explorers realise. To have a full experience in Patagonia, takes time, some creativity, and a passion for the vast wilderness of the pampas & beyond.

When is the best time to visit?
Patagonia is open 360 days a year. The best time to go really depends on your primary interests. Winter is best if skiing/snowboarding is your passion. If you like to indulge your inner naturalist and spend your time wildlife spotting, then spring/summer/autumn are ideal seasons. And while you can certainly enjoy mountain trekking in the winter (there’s something primal and rewarding about trudging through the snowy mountains for days on end), summer is a great time to view the sweeping panoramas from mountain peaks.

How many days do you need?
If you only intend to visit one location in Patagonia; then you won’t need more than four or five days. However, to really experience Patagonia (both the Chilean and Argentine sides), requires about two weeks minimum, but you can plan a faster itinerary that will allow you to see many of the great places in nine or 10 days as well.


Included
All camping Equipment (incl. sleeping bags)
Professional bilingual guide
Campsites or Refugio Reservations
Private Transport (x4 Days – Puerto Natales to Torres del Paine)
Meals as outlined in the Itinerary

Not Included
International Airfare
Domestic flights (can be organised as part of trip)
Hotels before & after (can be organised as part of trip)
Any additional extras
Transfers – (FYI: The bus journey from Puerto Natales lasts about two and a half hours (112 km)) Approx. $22-24 usd per person for Round Bus Trip. Catamaran to Pudeto on last day $34 usd per person.
Park entrance fees to be paid for in cash at park entrance
Tips for crew

Joining Arrangements There will be a pre-trek briefing held usually the evening before departure, at your hotel, to go over the details of the trek and any specific requirements not already captured.
Food & Water Prior to setting off we recommend you steer clear of street food and only eat in good restaurants, to avoid any stomach complaints. Likewise with tap water, it is largely untreated, please only consume bottled water only or sterilised water if you have the right equipment.
Special Diets We’ll ensure that we cater for all of your dietary needs, at the point of booking we’ll collect this information from you. We can secure special menu requests also for your trek party.
Trekking Crew We are able to customise our treks to suit you, but usually our treks are guided by a professional bilingual guide, mountain cook, arriero (horseman) and mules to carry all equipment (passenger horses also available on request). They become a large part of your trekking expedition and it’s a great experience working together.
Acclimatisation
This is a really important part of your trip planning process, please find a link below which explains a little more about preparing for altitude. Altitude Preparation
Preparation
Attached below are a couple of links which will explain how to prepare for your trip & trek in advance of your arrival. We recommend being prepared in advance to save time & stress whilst you’re in Peru. Trip Planning | Trek Planning
Machu Picchu An excursion to Machu Picchu can be included as part of your trip, including professional bilingual guide, entrance tickets, return trip bus tickets, Huayna Picchu & Machu Picchu Mountains (mountain climbs to be confirmed on reservation) & your return train ticket to Cusco. To be confirmed on reservation.
Covid-19 (Coronavirus) We are working with the latest protocols issued by the Ministerio de Salud (Ministry of Health) to ensure our operations are safe and compliant for the future. We also have access to on-call health services for your time with us.
Covid-19 (Useful Links) World Health Organisation | World Health Organisation – Peru | Covid-19 Data – Peru | Covid-19 Daily Statistics
Available Discounts Throughout 2022 we’re offering a 15% discount for each member of a group larger than 4+
Reservation Please contact us to reserve your trek and we will send you our deposit & payment options.
Customer Service Please feel free to contact us at any point before your trip for any queries or problems.

 

Itinerary

Day 1Puerto Natales - Torres del Paine - Lago Grey

Leaving Puerto Natales in private transport and heading towards Torres del Paine arriving first to Laguna Amarga to organise entrance permits then onwards to Portería y Guardería Serrano for your first stop. Short treks around the lakes here and fishing is available.
 
Next you’ll drive up towards Guarderia Grey then take a short trek to Mirador Ferrier, 2hrs up and 1.5 hrs down, to view lago Grey and Cerro Ferrier (1.600 m). Taking lunch at the top of the miradors, then heading back to the beautiful location of Hotel Lago Grey where you’ll relax for the night.
 
  • Meals: Lunch & Dinner

Day 2Lago Grey - Pehoe - Mirador del Condor

After breakfast, driving in the morning to Hostelaria Pehoe. From here you’ll be taking a short trek to the Mirador del Condor, enjoying the great views of all the main surrounding lakes & nevados of the park. Lunch here and then heading back to the Hostelaria in Pehoe for rest and a good night’s sleep.

  • Meals: Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner

Day 3Pehoe - Salto Grande - Los Cuernos

In the morning you’ll be leaving to drive towards Salto Grande and stopping at the mirador of Salto Grande along the route. Then from here trekking for about an hour to arrive to the mirador Cuernos, taking in the incredible views of los Cuernos mountains on the other side of the Torres del Paine park. Afterwards driving from here to the Refugio Laguna Amarga, overnight and a good rest.

  • Meals: Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner

Day 4Cascada Paine - Sierra Masle - Puerto Natales

In the morning leaving to head towards the Cascada Paine, stopping to admire this impressive waterfall and onwards to the Portería y Guardería Laguna Azul. Taking a short hike to the mirador of Sierra Masle, stopping for some lunch before the drive back to your Hotel in Puerto Natales.
 
  • Meals: Breakfast, Lunch.
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