Valid from May 1 to September 30, 2019
Full Day Torres del Paine National Park and visit to the Milodon Cave. The excursion begins with a visit to the Milodón Cave, a remarkable cavern 200 meters long, 30 meters high and 80 meters wide located 25 km from Puerto Natales
A half-hour walk will take us into the cave, known for the discovery of fresh skin and bones from a prehistoric species of giant sloth, the milodón. There have also been found remains of other extinct animals, such as the dwarf horse, the bear, the panther and the saber-toothed tiger.
In Cerro Castillo where we make a stop in a cafeteria and then continue to Torres del Paine crossing numerous rooms and a landscape that goes from the steppe to the deciduous forest.
On the way it is possible to spot local fauna including the South American ostrich or ostrich and the guanaco, a wild camelid. Torres del Paine is known worldwide for the massifs that give it its name, granite giant modeled by the force of glacial ice. After entering the park we discovered a series of intense colored lagoons, mountains covered with ice and abundant local fauna. Then we will stop for a 15 minute walk to the Salto Grande on the Paine River.
After lunch we continue to Lake Gray, where we will take a walk to the beach from which we can see the glacier of the same name in the distance. Subsequently, the return to Puerto Natales is undertaken by the same route, or by the road that borders the lakes Toro, Porteño and Sofía.
Accommodation in the Hotel Martín Gusinde or similar in Puerto Natales.
Full Day sailing to the Balmaceda and Serrano Glaciers with lunch at a local estancia. This spectacular trip is a must if you visit our city. We invite you to discover the incredible world of the fjords.
On the way you will appreciate native flora and fauna, visit the Balmaceda and Serrano Glaciers and enjoy a rich Whiskey with millenary ice. The tour ends with lunch at Estancia Perales, where you can taste a typical dish of the area, the Magellanic lamb.
Accommodation at Hotel Martín Gusinde or similar in Puerto Natales.