A glimpse of Torres del Paine National Park You ask me where I am going? I point to the direction of the sea... 📍 Torres del Paine National Park is in Chile, at the southern end of the Andes, in central Patagonia. 🚗Transportation: Self-driving. It depends on the road conditions, about 3 hours. Starting from Punta Arenas, the straight-line distance is 279 kilometers, and you can take a bus at an affordable fare. However, considering the inconvenience of traffic in Torres del Paine National Park, the car was still picked up at the airport. 🔺The legend of Torres del Paine National Park is notoriously windy, try to pick a heavy-weight off-road vehicle. 🎫Ticket: 21,000 Chilean Pesos/person ⚠️The ticket center only accepts cash, please redeem in advance. ⌚️Play time: 2～3 days The transportation in the park is inconvenient. There are more hikers in Torres del Paine National Park. Basically all the scenic spots have various hiking routes. The environmental protection in the park is quite good. Therefore, all convenience services are brought by yourself. Remember to bring your own dry food, water source and garbage bags before you travel. 📝Recommended items: 🔸Hiking route, the intersection sign of each route will inform the journey time and difficulty, you can do what you can and start freely. 🔸Lago Grey glacier cruise, need to book in advance. 🔸Don't think too much about clothing collocation, safety is the priority, all outdoor clothing is recommended.
There are two routes for receiving tourists to Torres del Paine and to Torres del Paine National Park. After arriving in Puntarenas by plane from Santiago, you need to transfer to a long-distance bus to the northern town of Puerto Natales, and then transfer to the park shuttle bus. Torres del Paine National Park. Or transit from Calafate, Argentina to Puerto Natales to reach Torres del Paine. Torres del Paine National Park is located on the Patagonian Plateau in southwestern Chile. This is a plateau between southern Argentina and Chile. It extends from Rio Colorado to the Strait of Magellan, and from the Andes to the Atlantic Ocean. The park covers an area of 2,421 square kilometers. It was designated as a national park in 1959 and a biosphere reserve by UNESCO in 1978. For more fun in Chile, please consult me
I visited it for two days in late Nov. A mix of sunny and cloudy days. along the drive there were animals and snow mountains that demonstrated the beauty of nature and the planet. no one should skip the National park in their itinerary of South America. not to plan rush trip but prepare some time to enjoy the tranquility and natural beauty