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5 Days / 4 Nights
Puerto Natales (PNT), Chile 


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Day 1 Drive to the park – Round trip hike to Las Torres lookout point
Early in the morning (7AM) we will drive to Torres del Paine National park. We begin our first full day trek, heading to the base of the Towers lookout point following the Ascencio River before entering the Ascencio Valley. Our walk will be uphill for one hour, stopping to observe the first glimpses of the valley and panoramic views of the Lake Nordenskjold. During the following 2 hours, we’ll walk through unbelievable forests of tall deciduous beech (Nothofagus Pumilio) and waterfalls, and then continue ascending through a huge terminal moraine up to a photographic view point (900m). From here we will be surrounded by three giant granite towers (2850m) and a lagoon with slurry waters resulting from glacial erosion. We will stop here for lunch, taking our time to enjoy this astonishing scenery, before our descent returning along the same path back to the transfer. We drive to the west side of the Park going around Almirante Nieto Mountain (2750 M) with Nordenskjold Lake at its base, and all the way to the Serrano river area where we lodge in a cozy cabin with great views to the Paine Mountain range.
(2 hours driving, 8-10 hours back and forth, 18KM, 1 hour driving) (BL-D) (Night at Cabin Serrano)

Day 2 Half day walk at Lake grey – Half day hike to Pingo Valley
Early in the morning we start our day by going up the Grey Lake, with its impressive glacier of the same name, forming part of the South Patagonian Ice Field, third largest reserve of ice in the world, 350KM long. We will make a short, flat walk, through a mature beech forest with possible sightings of Chilean flickers, austral parakeets or torrent ducks. We will cross a stony beach to arrive at a view point on a peninsula from where we can see deep blue icebergs surrounded by forests In the afternoon we start a hike to the Pingo Valley for a walk to the “Cascada los Salmones” where we’ll stop to take in the view before returning back along the same trail, with a chance to find the elusive Huemul (Andean Deer). Then we take a transfer back to our cabin.
(30 minutes by transfer each way, 2 hours hike in the morning, 3 hours hike in the afternoon) (B-BL-D) (Night at Cabin Serrano)

Day 3 Half day hike to Cuernos lookout point – Half day hike to Cerro Condor
We make a stop at the Salto Grande waterfall to do our first hike to a look out point of the Paine Grande (3050m) and the Nordenskjold Lake. After enjoying a good picnic, we start a walk to the Cerro Condor, a path with panoramic glimpses of the park. This area is known for viewing the flight of the condor. After this hikes we start our drive back to the cabin.
(1 hour driving, 2 hours hike in the morning; 2 hours hike in the afternoon) (B- BL-D) (Night at Cabin Serrano)

Day 4 Full day horseback ride to Tyndall Glacier Lookout point
We will ride to an unexplored valley at the border of Torres Del Paine national park. We cross several rivers and go through a landscape filled with lakes and wetlands, constantly being surprised by the changing views of the Paine massif and the last glaciers of the Southern Ice Field. Will get to a lookout point of Tyndall Glacier and we will ride back on a different path following the shore of the Serrano river with great views of the Paine mountains and we will make a short stop at the Salto del Rio Serrano, a great waterfall before we get back to the lodging.
(6 hours, slow riding, trotting and cantering) (B-BL-D) (Night at Cabin Serrano)

Day 5 Full day Sea Kayaking at Lake Grey & Grey River
Early in the morning we will take a transfer all the way to Lago Grey. While enjoying the view of Paine Grande and Glacier Grey, our guide will give a brief explanation of safety and instructions for paddling efficiently. You will navigate the lake and river for approximately 2 hours, all the while paddling through floes of ice that have descended from Glacier Grey. These icebergs are scattered throughout the lake and are sculpted into incredible shapes by the wind and sun, before being pushed to the shores of the lake. During the entire navigation, we will have an amazing view of the magnificent Paine Massif; including Paine Grande, the Cordillera Olguin, and Los Cuernos (The Horns of Paine). These mountains, together with the multiple tones of turquoise water, make for a perfect contrast with the enormous walls of granite and sedimentary rock. After paddling in Grey Lake, we will begin the descent of Grey River. The river serpents through deep canyons with steep rock faces, creating sections of rapids that are exciting and entertaining. We will have the opportunity to appreciate many different species of aquatic birds that inhabit the river, including the peculiar Spectacled Duck and Torrent duck. We will continue to paddle next to the Paine Massif for 25 km, the length of Grey River until it joins with the turquoise water of the Serrano River. After paddling for 4/5 hours, the adventure comes to an end at Serrano Village, where we will take a transfer back to Puerto Natales.
(30 minutes hour by transfer, 4-5 hours paddling, 25 KM, 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.

Tyndall Cabins

Centrally located at the shore of the Serrano river and at the Torres del Paine park border, it affords guests an amazing view of the Paine Mountain Range. The cabins have 2 rooms, one of them with either twin or matrimonial beds with private bathroom, the other with twin beds with shared bathroom. It has central heating and a terrace where you will be able to enjoy a relaxing end to the day or simply admire the scenery.


-All the private transportation indicated in the schedule
-Entrance fee to Torres del Paine National Park
-4 nights at Cabin*** (1 double room with private bathroom, 1 twin room with sharing bathroom & central heating)
-All the horses & saddles during the excursion
-Helmets, leather chaps, leather gloves, saddlebags, dry bags.
-Kayaks double or singles
- All paddling equipment (neoprene gloves, paddling jackets, life jackets, skirts, and neoprene boots).
-All meals indicated in the schedule (B: breakfast, BL: picnic lunch, D: menu dinner)
-Guide/driver (English-Spanish languages)
-Baqueano (Local Cowboy) for the rides


-Any additional nights
-Medical expenses
-Insurance of any kind
-Personal expenses (except the ones include in the menu)
-Gratuities for Guide/ Driver



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.


Kayak, Horseback riding and Trekking. Everything was top notch
Chile Nativo introduced Southern Patagonia to me in a way that will forever endear the area to my heart. All of my experiences made the area even more magical than it already is. I sincerely and enthusiastically recommend Chile Nativo for anyone wanting an extraordinary trip to Southern Patagonia, Chile.

Everything was top notch. I have nothing but the best to say about my experience. Armando is like the superman of guides. He does it all and with a goucho grin. He was excellent and I felt very well taken care of.

Dana Johnson
September 2015
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