- Price for Multisport (4 days):
- 1 person: US$ 3.690.
- Group of 2 people: US$ 2,570 per person.
- Group of 3 people: US$ 2,290 per person.
- Group of 4 to 5 people: US$ 2,150 per person.
- Group of 6 to 8 people: US$ 1,990 per person.
- Private shuttle between Puerto Natales and the Torres del Paine National Park.
- Private transport to the areas where we will begin the activities.
- Catamaran navigation in Pehoé Lake.
- Accommodations in Domos Chile Nativo, doubles with air mattresses, bedding, and shared bathroom.
- Breakfast (coffee, tea, milk, chocolate, orange juice, eggs, ham, cheese, jam, cereals, and yogurt).
- Box lunch (sandwich, cereal bar, chocolate, dried fruits, and fruit).
- Dinner (glass of pisco sour, soup, main course, dessert, and wine).
- Kayak equipment.
- Horseback riding equipment.
- Bilingual guide (Spanish and English).
- Specialist kayak guide.
- Baqueano for the horseback riding.
- Entrance ticket to the Torres del Paine National Park.
- Flight tickets.
- Health insurance.
- Tips (optional).
- Select the departure date from the calendar.
- Select the number of people.
- Click on "Add to cart".
- Pay the full price of the tour online.
- 40-liter backpack for all the circuit.
- 20 to 25-liter backpack for short activities.
- Waterproof jacket and pants (Gore-Tex or similar).
- Fleece clothing (Polartec or similar).
- Thermal clothing (base layer).
- Short and long-sleeved t-shirts.
- Hiking shoes.
- Plenty of batteries (there are no electrical sockets to charge batteries).
- Flip-flops (for showers and resting).
- Winter hat and gloves for the cold.
- Cap to protect yourself from the sun.
- Ziploc bags (to store garbage).
- Trekking poles.
- Minimum age required of 16 years old to make the activity.
- Not allowed for pregnant women.
Start: Day 1 at 7:30 am at your hotel in Puerto Natales.
End: Day 4 at 7:00 pm in Puerto Natales.
Day 1: Transport to the Torres del Paine National Park – Horseback Riding to the Tyndall Glacier (6 hours). We will pick you up at your hotel to begin this experience that will take us to different areas of the Torres del Paine National Park. When reaching the park, we will be able to take pictures of different animals, like guanacos, gray foxes, and even flamingos in one of the many lagoons we will pass by. In one of the valleys of the park, we will begin the horseback riding, with which we will cross pampas, rivers and wetlands, having access to privileged views of the Patagonian landscape. We will have images of the Paine Massif and the Southern Patagonian Ice Field. We will get to the lookout point of the Tyndall Glacier, one of the biggest glaciers of the ice field, where we will be able to take pictures. We are going back by a different path, through the edge of the Serrano River, with views of the surrounding mountains. We will take a little break in the Salto Río Serrano, before going on to the camping to get some rest in the domes.
Day 2: Pehoé Lake Catamaran – French Valley (17 km or 10.5 miles, 8 hours). The day will begin with breakfast and the transport to Pudeto, where we will take the catamaran to navigate across the Pehoé Lake to the Paine Grande Area, from where starts the trek of the day. We will walk between the Paine Grande Mountain and the Pehoé Lake to the Francés Valley. We will begin walking through the valley, crossing the river to enter a forest where starts a gap up to the Francés lookout point, from where we will have a panoramic view of the park and the glacier. Here we will enjoy our box lunch and get some rest before beginning the return by the same track to take the catamaran, and then our shuttle back to the camping.
Day 3: Grey Lake and River Kayak. Our transfer will take us to the Grey lakeshore, where we will have a small snack before beginning the activity. The guide on charge will give us a safety introduction talk, so we are clear on how to row, before going for the adventure. We will navigate for about one and a half hours by the south end of the Grey lake, through icebergs that once were part of the glacier. Besides, we will have privileged views of the Paine Grande Mountain, the Olguín Mountain range, and the Cuernos del Paine. After this experience, we will begin the navigation through the Grey River, with some rapid areas, because of the rocky formations. In this journey, we will be able to appreciate some aquatic species that inhabit this part of the park, while we row to one side of the Paine Massif, where the Grey River joins the Serrano River and ends our kayak experience. Here, we will take our shuttle and go back to the camping for dinner and resting.
Day 4: Base of Torres del Paine Trek – Transport to Puerto Natales (21 km or 13 miles, 10 hours). We will get up very early to go by land to Las Torres Area, from where we will begin the trek. We will enter to the Ascencio Valley, walking parallel to the river with the same name and after that we will enter a lengas forest, until arrive to the beginning of the moraine, the more demanding part of the trek. After this test, we will reach the Base of Torres del Paine lookout, from where we will be able to take pictures and resting, while we enjoy our box lunch. Then, we will prepare for the road back by the same track to our transport, which will take us back to Puerto Natales, where our tour ends.