From US$ 58
daily from Puerto Natales


The excursion Start around 8 am and the first destiny is the Milodon Cave where in 1895 were found parts of a prehistoric animal known as milodon, so you have to be ready to take your first pictures, nowadays there is a replica of this mamale inside of the cave and also you will find clear information about the geological process formation of the cave. We will continue the tour to Cerro C

astillo village to take a rest and to enjoy with the following services: snack bar, groceries, and souvenir shops. Then we go straight to the national park to start to watch the first landscapes as laguna Azul  due to intense colour  it was called so, this lake  is located 40 minutes before to arrive to the main entrance to the park “Laguna Amarga”  here visitors can take a rest, to watch the area and also keep taking pictures in the same place is possible to watch the Torres del Paine Cuernos del Paine and Almirante Nieto mountain. Due to  the quantity we can observe guanacos, ñandu and condor, also it is important to mention that in the park

foxes, hares, chincol and the pumas as well known as “ Leon de America” exist. Inside of the park we are going to see the Pehoe and Nordenskjold lakes and its predominant turquoise blue colour, waterfalls, glaciers covering mountains. We will walk 15 minutes to get in the Salto Grande waterfall Then we are going to enjoy our lunch. Subsequently, we will continue and we will drive you to the Grey Glacier where you could observe entirely it and you can walk by the riverside and return to Puerto Natales by the same road or well to take the new route to Puerto natales and finally we will drop you off back at your selected hotel.


  • Departure from Puerto Natales between 07:30 – 07:50 am
  • Milodon Cave
  • Nordenskjold lake + Salto grande waterfall
  • Pehoe Lake + Paine River
  • Grey Lake
  • Return  19:30 aprox.


NOTE: Full day to Torres del Paine (minimum 6 people) – ask for confirmed departures.

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