Opulent rooms with spectacular views across the lake to the Torres del Paine.
Spa services and infinity pool.
Choice of activities such as treks, horse rides, scenic trips and bicycle ride.
Qualified and experienced guides bring Torres del Paine to life.
"The highlights of the trip were seeing the incredible landscapes of Patagonia, Perito Moreno glacier, the beautiful hikes to Lago del Torre and Fitzroy in Los Glacieres, and completing the Torres del Paine W trek with highpoints of Frances Valley and the Torres."
M. Gleason, Patagonia
Shared transfer from Punta Arenas/Cerro Castillo or Puerto Natales to Tierra Patagonia Hotel & Spa (L,D)
Choice of activities. Tierra Patagonia Hotel & Spa (B,L,D)
Shared transfer from the hotel to Punta Arenas/Cerro Castillo or Puerto Natales (B)
Accommodation, American breakfast, lunch and dinner, Open Bar (includes mineral water, sodas, juices, house wines & liquors), Two half day excursions or one full day excursion daily with other guests, Use of Uma Spa, including pool, saunas and hydro massage, Regular transfers included for all inclusive programs of three night minimum to and from Punta Arenas, Puerto Natales and Cerro Castillo, International regular transfer to and from El Calafate, Argentina, available subject to confirmation for all inclusive programs.
Flights (we can help to look for these), premium wines and liquors, massages, spa treatments and therapies, services not mentioned in the itinerary, insurance, personal items, extras and tips
Prices From $2,690 / £2,169 per person
2019 low season, 01 Apr - 31 May, per person, double superior room
Mid season, 01-31 Mar, USD 3,000 per person, double superior room
High season, 01 Jan - 28 Feb, USD 3,300 per person, double superior room
Longer stays possible
Single supplement applies
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Prices From $1,770 / £1,427 per person
Duration: 4 days
Capacity: 16 people
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Duration: 11 days
Prices From $3,727 / £3,005 per person
Prices From $1,500 / £1,210 per person
Duration: 5 days
Capacity: 32 people
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The trip was truly brilliant. We were unbelievably lucky with the weather - when we needed good weather (e.g. when hiking up to three towers, andean crossing) we had it!
The EcoCamp exceeded all our expectations (I am assuming you have been there so I don't need to tell you about it!). Our guide was just great - very experienced, knowledgeable and fun. We had a full group of 12 and enjoyed everyone's company. We would both say that the trekking portion was truly awesome and very special - the highlight of our trip - not that the rest of it wasn't great.
Everything was as it was supposed to be - we were met/picked up according to the schedule.
The hotels were also great - we loved all the locations and the hotels themselves. At the last hotel in Buenos Aires (Legado Mitico) they were unbelievably fun and helpful. They let us stay in our room until 4pm among other things.
B Mucklow, USA, 2018
» Paine W Classic Trek
A. Fraser, UK, 2012
» Patagonia Self-guided Trekking Tour
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