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  • Private Cabin at Los Cuernos Double USD$130
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Puerto Natales (PNT), Chile 
Puerto Natales (PNT), Chile 







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Day 1 - Transfer to Torres del Paine – Round trip hike to Las Torres lookout point Starting from Puerto Natales at 7:00 AM, we drive all the way to Torres del Paine National Park. We will drive through open pampas and huge ranches (estancias), and chances are we will be able to observe one of the most typical animals in this area, the ñandu, (rare South American ostrich). We will follow an unpaved road heading to Refugio Las Torres to spend our first night. Upon entering the park we will have excellent photographic and birding opportunities as we drive alongside lagoons frequented by Chilean flamencos and black-necked swans. After leaving your backpack at the Refugio, we start the trek to the base of the Towers, following the Ascencio River to enter the Ascencio Valley. The walk will be uphill for one hour before stopping to observe the first glimpses of the valley surrounded by unbelievable beech forests, glaciers and waterfalls. We’ll continue through the valley for another hour and a half before ascending a huge terminal moraine to a lookout (900 M), excellent for picture taking. This amazing view will be accompanied by lunch to add to the enjoyment. After being awed by the towers we’ll start the descent, following the same path back to the hut. Dinner will be served in the Refugio.
(2 hours by private transfer, 8-10 hours round-trip, 18 KM) (BL-D) (Night at Refugio Torres Central)

Day 2 - One way hike to Los Cuernos lookout point We will start early morning to enjoy, weather permitting, a magnificent dawn filled with orange-pink colors. As we leave the campground we will arrive at Inge lagoon. Chances are, on this path, we may see the flight of an Andean condor or eagles hunting hares or small rodents. We follow a well mark trail ascending around (200 M) from the base of Almirante Nieto Mountain (2750 M), crossing the Bader River to arrive at Refugio Los Cuernos where we will stay overnight.
(6 hours hiking, 17 km) (B-BL-D) (Night at Refugio Los Cuernos)>
(You can upgrade to private cabins with two beds and sharing bathrooms in between the cabins only for USD $ 220 per single occupancy or USD $ 130 per double occupancy)

Day 3 - One way hike to Pehoe Lake, via the French Valley We will start our day with a 2-hour walk going to an undulating path until reaching the French River for our first glimpses of the hanging glacier. Then we will ascend (300 M) for one hour through a surreal Japanese garden landscape, crossing beech forests, to reach the French valley viewpoint gifting us with a magnificent view of both mountains and lakes. We will lunch here with good possibilities of seeing avalanches from the hanging glacier or simply observe the west side of the Cuernos (2600 M), Espada (2400 M) and Fortaleza (2800 M). Our way back will be the same until we reach the entrance of the valley where we will continue on a different path around the South-West side of Paine Grande, the highest peak in the Park, through native forests of Chilean fire bush and evergreen beech (Nothofagus Bethuloides), up to the shore of the Pehoe Lake.
(8-9 hours hiking, 18 KM) (B-BL-D) (Night at Refugio Paine Grande)

Day 4 - One way hike to Glacier Grey – Optional Ice hike or kayak We will begin early morning with our hike to the Grey Glacier. Initially ascending 200mts up a winding narrow path leading us to Laguna Negra, a place where we will observe the first glimpses of the South Patagonia Ice Field with its many unclimbed mountains. We will advance through forests and rivers, with possible sightings of spectacle and flying steamer ducks, up to the glacier viewpoint. We will have lunch at this place to see, if we are lucky enough, ice calving from the huge glacier wall. Optional Ice hike or Kayak (book in advance, please contact our Travel Specialists).
(4 hours hiking, 11 KM) (B-BL-D) (Night at Refugio Grey)

Day 5 - Navigation in front of Glacier – Transfer back to Natales Morning at leisure. Right after lunch we start an exciting adventure by boat. We will navigate for a while in front of the glacier in the hope of seeing icebergs calve. Our return journey offers views of Paine Grande with its impressive ice mushrooms and we sail through icebergs of different tones of blue. Then we will take a transfer back to Puerto Natales.
(2 hours by boat on Lake Grey, 2 hours by transfer) (B-BL)

The schedules indicated above are subject to change due to weather conditions or unexpected circumstances beyond our control, but we will try our best to keep them unaltered.

Due to some limited availability in the Refugios, some departures will use Chile Nativo´s camp accommodations instead of regularly planned refugios. Our camp sites use North Face VE 25 - 4 season tents (3 people tent, use as a double), and we provide sleeping bags with liners and camping mattresses. The camp has access to modern facilities and hot showers. Unless noted, meals will be taken in the refugios where camping accommodations are added. There is no extra cost associated with this and all equipment necessary will be provided by Chile Nativo, including porters to carry the camping gear. According to our experience, the space at the refugios usually open up when we get close to the departure dates, and we have access to book the night we need. You will be notified upon booking when camping accommodations replace a refugio night.

Mountain Lodge (Refugio) Torres Central & North

All mountain lodges used by us for our trips are located in strategic places in the park and with fantastic views. There are 6 beds to each room (bunk-bed style) and have shared bathrooms with hot water.

The Mountain lodges of Torres Central and North are two comfortable refugios located at the base of the hike to the Towers lookout and part of the “W” and “Circuit” walks. They are within walking distance to the Hotel Spa at Las Torres for a variety of services including massage and saunas.


Mountain Lodge (Refugio) Los Cuernos

All mountain lodges used by us for our trips are located in strategic places in the park and with fantastic views. There are 6 beds to each room (bunk-bed style) and have shared bathrooms with hot water.

Los Cuernos is found on the shore of lake Nordenskjöld nestled in a Coihue Forest lays Refugio Cuernos with 32 beds. This cozy lodge is located on the "W" circuit walking between the French Valley and the Torres del Paine lookout and base camp area.


Cabins Los Cuernos (Optional)

8 cozy cabins for 2 persons each with shared bathrooms and showers exclusively for people who are staying at the cabins. This cabins include the right to use the hot tub with a spectacular view to the Cuernos del Paine. The cabins are located next to the Refugio Los Cuernos and the all meals are taken in the Refugio.


Mountain Lodge (Refugio) Paine Grande

All mountain lodges used by us for our trips are located in strategic places in the park and with fantastic views. There are 6 beds to each room (bunk-bed style) and have shared bathrooms with hot water.

Paine Grande is a large and modern refugio set on the banks of the Lake Pehoe, including internet connection and full service bar. It’s the jump off point for the catamaran crossing Lake Pehoe and the walks to the French and Grey Valleys part of the "W" and "Circuit" hikes.


Mountain Lodge (Refugio) Grey

All mountain lodges used by us for our trips are located in strategic places in the park and with fantastic views. There are 6 beds to each room (bunk-bed style) and have shared bathrooms with hot water.

Ideally situated on the edge of Lake Grey, this refugio is in a forest of Lenga trees. A small and cozy hut, with a privileged access to the Grey Glacier and is part of the “W” and “Circuit” hikes.


-All the private transportation indicated in the schedule
-Entrance fee to Torres del Paine National Park
-Four nights lodging in mountain lodges (Refugios)
(comfortable rooms with 6 beds and shared bathroom)
(No singles available)
-Sleeping bags and liners (when is possible we include a bed with sheets, blankets and a pillow)
-Boat ride on Lake Grey
-All meals indicated in the schedule (B: breakfast, BL: picnic lunch, D: dinner)
-Guide (English-Spanish languages)

-Any additional nights
-Medical expenses
-Insurance of any kind
-Personal expenses
-Dinner on day 5
-Any alcoholic and non alcoholic drinks at the Refugios except for the drinks include in the menu
-Gratuities for guide

Weather and Temperature Chart

The weather in Patagonia in an important factor that must b e taken into account. The maximum temperature in summer is 20 C° and it drops to below 0° in winter. The windchill factor sometimes makes the ambient temperature drop 6 or 7 degrees. The temperature of the water is normally between 4 and 5 degrees Celsius.


W trek - Overall the best trip of my entire life
Overall the best trip of my entire life. I will remember this trip based on the entire experience forever. The beauty of the entire region, the food, the people I met, and much more. The one negative would come from I wish it wouldn't end.

Our guide Mauricio elevated the trip to a whole new level. By the "goodies" he brought, to the knowledge of the region's wildlife and vegetation, the perfect spots to take pictures, and overall ability to help made him the best guide I've had in a trip.

Easy to book, prompt in returning emails. I will recommend Chile Nativo in the future.

Great experience! Guided W Trek
Accommodations were what I expected - refugios in a national park; of course, meals were similar. While both were average quality, it was exactly what I was expecting, so I was quite satisfied. The Torres Del Paine is some of the most beautiful trekking I have ever done - the walking quality was of course fantastic. The itinerary was the standard W, but without any rush. The van support made it possible. Good job!

Our guide Mauricio was great. Specifically: -he did not talk the whole time, so you could enjoy the hike and the nature. -when he did talk, he was extremely informative and personable - I learned about the park, the flora and fauna, trekking tips, Chile in general, and Puerto Natales. -he let people walk at their own pace, while still pretty much keeping everyone together. -casual and fun, but still very professional -keeps extra avocadoes, coffee and chocolate -it was clear he could "read" what people wanted out of the trip - challenging hike, pictures, etc. and how experienced they were and treated us each accordingly.

Great experience. I normally do not book guides. In fact, I only did so because my parents and boyfriend really do not like that I am a solo hiker, even at home in NY - they pushed me to join a group. Even considering I did not want to join a group, I am glad I did. I had a great time, and learned more than I would have alone. Excellent service!

Lauren Linkowski
December 2015
W Trek. Just awesome. Do it!
Just a brilliant 5 days. Amazing scenery, and great people, and a little bit of challenge, which never hurt anyone! The highlight of our time in South America, and we would do it again in a heartbeat. Just awesome. Do it!

Chile Nativo gave us loads of details and ideas of things to do before and after.

Hugh & Caroline
November 2015
5 Day Torres del Paine
Great trip. Good activity, knowledgeable guide, meals and accomodation were excellent. Beautiful scenic area - just a little too crowded on the trails. Excellent booking process and trip. On time, delivered all the details as planned. Nice outdoor experience that will be very memorable.

Yogi Sennik
Febrero 2015
(WNAT) W Trek
The W Trek was amazing! The scenery was fantastic, the organization was great, overall a great experience

Our tour guide, Victor, was excellent. We were a bit of a challenging group for him, since our hiking abilities were very different from each other, and Victor had to figure out how to keep us all moving in the same direction, strung across several miles of the W trek. He did a great job, and kept a fantastic attitude through what was probably a frustrating experience for him. I would recommend Chile Nativo and Victor to anyone

Fantastic! One of the best trips I've ever taken!

Jeff Strater
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