Torres del Paine National Park | Chile | South America
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Patagonia In Style - 14 days map

Travel in style from Santiago to the southernmost reaches of Chile and Argentina and up to Buenos Aires, staying in superior hotels and taking in Patagonia's striking landscape of towering snow-capped mountains, glacial lakes and fjords and cruising the Beagle Channel.

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Trip Highlights

Santiago - Discover the highlights of Chile's capital city on a walking tour
Glacier Grey boat trip - Pass through the vivid blue icebergs that crowd Lago Grey right up to the face of the enormous Glacier Grey in Torres del Paine
Beagle Channel boat trip - Set sail from Ushuaia along the Beagle Channel, spotting sea-lions, cormorants and hopefully an albatross
Los Glaciers National Park - Marvel at the spectacular Perito Moreno Glacier
Buenos Aires - Get acquainted with Argentina's captivating capital, dubbed the Paris of South America.
Torres del Paine – Stay at one of the best located lodges within the national park, discover the spectacular giant vertical towers of the Paine massif and explore by boat and on foot
Ushuaia – Journey to the ‘End of the world', with a visit to South America's southernmost city
Tierra del Fuego National Park – Experience the ‘Land of Fire’, Argentina’s first coastal national park, with its stunning landscape of wild, forested peaks and pristine blue lakes
El Calafate – Explore the thriving tourist resort southern shore of Lago Argentino
Punta Arenas - Wander around Chile's port city on the edge of the Strait of Magellan


13 nights 4-5 star hotels
Airport arrival and departure transfers on day 1 and day 14
Transportation in private vehicles
Escorted by an experienced tour leader with services of local English-speaking specialist guides
Guided tour of Santiago and Buenos Aires
Beagle Channel boat trip from Ushuaia
13 breakfasts and 3 dinners
Escorted by an experienced tour leader with the services of local guides
3 economy flights: Santiago – Punta Arenas, El Calafate – Ushuaia and Ushuaia – Buenos Aires
Torres del Paine National Park - boat trip to Grey Glacier and Salto Grande Falls excursion
Los Glaciares National Park - excursion to Perito Moreno Glacier
Day trip to Tierra del Fuego National Park

Not Included

International flights and visas
Tipping – an entirely personal gesture


Day 1


Sunday. Bienvenido a Chile! Upon arrival at Santiago airport you will be met and transferred to our start hotel. Santiago is a very clean, modern city, located in a broad valley below the snow-capped Andes. If arriving into Santiago before 10am, join an afternoon walking tour where we visit a few of the many museums, markets and parks of this cosmopolitan capital. The evening is at leisure. For a panoramic view over the city, visit Cerro Santa Lucía, a central park, or head towards the Italian quarter Bellavista for a beer in one of the pavement cafes.
Overnight: Santiago

Day 2

Optional visit to Valapariso

Today is free for you to spend at leisure in Santiago or there is an optional visit to Valapariso, Chile’s second city, where you can wander around the winding streets passing brightly coloured colonial homes or take a wooden funicular to one of the cliff-top communities. There is also an option to visit a local vineyard to sample some delicious Chilean wine.
Overnight: Santiago  |  Breakfast

Day 3

Punta Arenas

Santiago - Punta Arenas. This morning we embark on a 4 hour flight to Punta Arenas in southern Patagonia, looking out for the fjords, ice caps, volcanoes and glaciers that can easily been seen from the air on a clear day. After being transferred to our hotel and freshening up we have the rest of the day at leisure to explore the port city. Walk around the promenade walkway along the beach or head to the Plaza de Armas for some of the many bars and restaurants available.
Overnight: Punta Arenas  |  Breakfast

Day 4

Torres del Paine

Punta Arenas - Torres del Paine. Our morning begins with a private transfer to the Milodon Cave, which is famous for housing the extremely well-preserved remains of exotic, enormous animals including the ground sloth Mylodon Darwini. We take some time to explore the cave and spectacular scenery of lakes dotted with icebergs and condors soaring above our heads before continuing our journey to Torres del Paine National Park where we check in to one of the best located lodges within the park, which offers incredible views of the towering granite massif from the property. From the lodge we can explore extensively, on foot and by boat, and to enjoy the peace and beauty of this national park, deservedly one of South America's most acclaimed attractions.
Overnight: Torres del Paine  |  Breakfast, Dinner

Days 5-6

Glacier Grey & optional hikes

On day 5 we include a famous boat trip to see the giant Grey Glacier. We cruise past vivid blue icebergs that crowd Lago Grey as we make our way right up to the face of the Glacier Grey. Marvel at the monumental ice field that extends almost as far as the eye can see, with a cracking, calving wall of azure pinnacles.

Day 6 is at leisure. There are plenty of optional hikes on offer including a hike to Glacier Grey or to the base of the three monumental granite slabs of the Torres (towers) which takes approximately 8 hours return. Alternatively there are more leisurely trails through the forest which lead to other glacial formations or you can take a horse riding trip along the trails.
Overnight: Torres del Paine  |  Breakfast x 2, Dinner x 2

Day 7

El Calafate

Torres del Paine - El Calafate (Argentina). We bid farewell to Chile today and make our way north to El Calafate in Argentina. We stop en route at Salto Grande waterfall and Laguna Amarga as we leave the park and then continue our journey across the remote Patagonian steppe and along the shore of Lago Argentino until we reach the town of El Calafate. The rest of the afternoon is at leisure to explore this small fast-growing town which is the perfect place to unwind and relax.
Overnight: El Calafate  |  Breakfast

Day 8

Perito Moreno Glacier

Our day begins with an excursion to the most dynamic glacier in the world, the Perito Moreno Glacier. We start by driving through the Los Glaciers National Park, and along the shores of Lago Argentino until we reach Patagonia’s most famous attraction. We then have some free time to walk across one of the many wooden walk ways for the perfect spot to view the awe-inspiring Perito Moreno Glacier which is 5km wide and towers 60m above the water surface. Listen out for the unforgettable sound of the glacier calving, with vast wedges of ice cracking and crashing into the lake below, forming icebergs.

There is also an optional mini-trek to walk on the glacier. This 2-hour walk is led by a local guide who will provide the crampons so you can walk on the immense ice sheet to explore the desolate landscape.
Overnight: El Calafate  |  Breakfast

Day 9

El Calafate free day

Today is free for you to relax or enjoy one of the optional excursions on offer. There is an optional full-day trip to explore ice fields which passes the still waters of Lago Onelli, dotted with icebergs. Other excursions include taking a tour of a local estancia, horse riding or driving to the El Chalten for a view of the Fitzroy range, a mecca for hikers and climbers.
Overnight: El Calafate  |  Breakfast

Day 10

Ushuaia & Beagle Channel Cruise

El Calafate - Ushuaia. Our journey continues to the ‘End of the world' today. We take a flight from El Calafate to Ushuaia, located in the southernmost tip of South America. Upon arrival we’re transferred to our hotel to freshen up before take a boat trip along the Beagle Channel, which was named after the ship that carried Charles Darwin as he travelled through these waters. We head out of Ushuaia Bay to explore the other bays of the channel, stopping so we can get a better view of the fauna including sea-lions, cormorants and if we’re lucky an albatross gliding over the water.
Overnight: Ushuaia  |  Breakfast

Day 11

Tierra del Fuego National Park

Today we visit Tierra del Fuego, Argentina’s first coastal national park, which is a spectacular expanse of wild, forested peaks, pristine blue lakes and vast tundra. We discover some of the park’s most stunning natural sights including Pipo River, Ensenada Bay, Redonda Island, Roca Lake, Verde and Negra Lagoons and Castores Dam. Rich in flora and fauna, the park also offers ample variety of wildlife. Later, we continue our journey to Lapataia Bay to wander along the winding narrow hillside baths, through the bright green beech forests, and along the silvery lakes in hopes of seeing some of the fjords populated by water birds and beavers.
Overnight: Ushuaia  |  Breakfast

Days 12-13

Buenos Aires sightseeing

Ushuaia - Buenos Aires. For history enthusiasts, a visit to Harberton Ranch is a must (available November to February). This half-day excursion takes us on a scenic 85km journey through the rugged interior of Tierra del Fuego to the island’s first ranch, established by English missionaries and still operated by their descendants. Lucas Bridge's book "The Uttermost Part of the Earth" vividly recounts the ranch's history and the lives of the now-extinct Yamana and Ona people. Although sheep-rearing is now secondary to tourism, the ranch's picturesque setting remains a highlight.

Please note this excursion is subject to flight schedules from Ushuaia to Buenos Aires.

We then fly to the Argentine capital, Buenos Aires. Upon arrival we’re transferred to our hotel where we have the rest of the afternoon at leisure to explore this historical city known as the "Paris of South America" due to its lovely green parks, plazas and wide boulevards.

On day 13, we become acquainted with the city on a guided tour, visiting quirky neighbourhoods and artistic markets, where European and Latin American influences have mixed together to create a city like no other. Spend the rest of your time in the capital at leisure. Whether you are a culture lover, bargain hunter or night owl, Argentina's capital city has plenty to keep you busy.

You can opt to travel by motor catamaran across the River Plate border to Colonia in Uruguay (don't forget your passport) where you can wander cobbled streets and admire the squat colonial houses from the top of the lighthouse.
Overnight: Buenos Aires  |  Breakfast x 2

Day 14

Buenos Aires

Saturday. Our tour comes to an end today with an included transfer to the airport, or we can arrange post tour accommodation if you wish to extend your stay.

Prices & Dates

Departure dates are guaranteed with a minimum of 4 persons. 'Twin Share' prices are per person when there are 2 people sharing a room. 'Single Room' prices are applicable to solo travellers wanting the privacy of a single room.

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Pre Tour Accommodation - Santiago
Post Tour Accommodation Buenos Aires


The hotels listed below are ones which we frequently use on this tour. We reserve the right to substitute these hotels to ones of a similar standard.

Hotel Cumbres Lastarria, Santiago

Our Category: Deluxe   |   Regional Category: 5 Star Hotel

Set in downtown Santiago, the Hotel Cumbres Lastarria enjoys a convenient location close to metro station, museums and tourist attractions. Its spacious air-conditioned guestrooms are fully equipped with modern amenities including free WiFi, coffee machine, flat screen TVs and access to the breakfast buffet included. Guests can easily pass time in the hotels modern lobby bar or take advantage of the fitness centre. There is also a rooftop pool, where you can soak up views of the city. You can dine in one of the on-site restaurants offering a mix of Chilean and Patagonian cuisine.

Hotel Cabo de Hornos, Punta Arenas

Our Category: Superior   |   Regional Category: 4 Star Hotel

Overlooking the Strait of Magellan, in the centre of Punta Arenas, this elegant hotel offers comfortable and spacious guestrooms with modern amenities, free Wi-Fi, and a fine dining restaurant serving tasty regional delicacies. Conveniently located just steps away from the city's main cultural and gastronomic attractions, Hotel Cabo de Hornos is the perfect base to explore the area. Then return to hotel to relax, take in the wonderful views of the Patagonian landscape, and enjoy a glass of local wine from the hotel bar.

Calafate Parque Hotel, El Calafate

Our Category: Superior   |   Regional Category: 4 Star Hotel

Calafate Parque Hotel is a sophisticated and welcoming establishment located in the heart of El Calafate, Argentina, just a short distance from the shores of Lago Argentino. Relax in the well-appointed rooms with modern amenities such as free Wi-Fi, flat-screen TVs, and minibars, ensuring a comfortable stay. The sophisticated restaurant and bar offer a delightful range of local and international cuisine and drinks, while you can unwind in the spa and wellness centre, providing a serene space for relaxation after a day of exploring the stunning Patagonian landscapes.

Altos Ushuaia, Ushuaia

Our Category: Standard   |   Regional Category: 3 Star Hotel

The quiet surroundings of the Altos Ushuaia Hotel are the perfect place to enjoy a comfortable stay in the southernmost city of the world. With fantastic mountain views and over Ushuaia Bay, the hotel offers tastefully arranged rooms with free WiFi. Altos Ushuaia features a large living room area with parquet floors, exposed stones and large windows with scenic views.

Loi Suites Recoleta Hotel, Buenos Aires

Our Category: Superior   |   Regional Category: 5 Star Hotel

Nestled amidst the opulent French villas and palaces of Recoleta, Loi Suites offers a luxurious retreat. The hotel boasts elegantly adorned rooms, featuring a sophisticated palette of warm greys or soothing beige tones complemented by French windows, air conditioning, satellite TV, and CD players. Guests can indulge in a delightful breakfast with croissants or opt for a cheese plate served in the tranquil garden setting. For fine dining experiences and a curated selection of wines, La Fuente restaurant awaits. The hotel's amenities include an indoor swimming pool and a gym, while the Relax Room offers the perfect haven for guests to unwind with therapeutic massages.

At a Glance

Trip Type
Buenos Aires
Sundays - Oct to Mar
Group Size
Min 4 / Max 20
Hotel Rating
4 - 5 star
Tour Guide
Yes - escorted by a tour leader
Breakfast: 13, Dinner: 3
Minimum Age
12 yrs, accompanied by an adult
Arr. Transfer
Dep. Transfer
Pink, dusky sky over the Santiago skyline
Pink, dusky sky over the Santiago skyline
Tores del Paine Highlight
Impressive Perito Moreno glacier surrounded by snowy mountains in El Calafate
Stunning sunset, painting the sky pink and purple in Ushuaia at the end of the earth
Stunning sunset, painting the sky pink and purple in Ushuaia at the end of the earth
Bright lights of the cityscape behind boats on the hardbour in Buenos Aires
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