TORRES DEL PAINE
The Torres del Paine National Park has a wide variety of spectacular natural scenery: mountains, valleys, rivers (such as the Paine River), lakes (especially the turquoise lakes Grey, Pehoé, Nordenskjöld, and Sarmiento) and glaciers (Grey, Pingo, Tyndall, and Geikie, all part of the Southern Patagonian Ice Field).
How to get to Torres del Paine
The Torres del Paine National Park is located in Chile’s twelfth Region, approximately 115 km Northwest of Puerto Natales. Arrival by air is to Punta Arenas from where Puerto Natales can be reached by road. Alternatively, Puerto Natales can be reached by sea. From Puerto Natales the park can be reached by road.
Navimag Ferries sail from Puerto Montt to Puerto Natales and from Puerto Natales to Puerto Montt, on a trip through the amazing Patagonian scenery. Once you reach Puerto Natales by ferry you can travel to Torres del Paine overland.
Departures from Puerto Montt are on Fridays and from Puerto Natales on Tuesdays throughout the year.
(Navimag only provides transport on the aforementioned routes and does not provide a transport service between Puerto Natales and Torres del Paine)