Independent, self-drive travel to one of Chile's natural wonders.
Visit Paine Towers and Salto Grande waterfall.
Great wildlife spotting opportunities with far fewer people in the park.
Spectacular wintry scenes give the park a magical feel.
The whole trip was extremely well-organised and delivered from both the UK and South American sides.
Punta Arenas airport, pick up car. Drive to Puerto Natales, Hotel Martin Gusinde
Drive to Torres del Paine National Park, Hotel Lago Grey (B)
Day free, Hotel Lago Grey (B)
Drive to Puerto Natales, Hotel Martin Gusinde (B)
Drive to Punta Arenas airport, drop off car (B)
Minimum of 2 people travelling, 6 day small sedan manual transmission car hire, pick up and drop off Punta Arenas airport, unlimited mileage, CDW (with deductible), replacement and repairs in case of mechanical problem not caused by passengers, accommodation as stated based on twin share with breakfast included.
Flights (we can look for these), meals not listed, local gratuities, park entrance fee, optional excursions, tyre damage, Personal Accident Insurance, SACA insurance covering car accesories and theft, permission to enter Argentina.
Prices From $737 / £614 per person
2019 price, per person, shared room
Valid from 01 May to 30 September 2019
Shorter/longer stays possible
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Prices From $3,879 / £3,232 per person
Duration: 22 days
Capacity: 16 people
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Dates: From April 2019 to August 2019
Duration: 7 days
Prices From $2,850 / £2,375 per person
Dates: From October 2019 to April 2020
Duration: 13 days
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Duration: 11 days
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We had a number of highlights: seeing pumas in Torres del Paine- the pumas were a bit of a distance away and had their backs to us for most of the sighting! ; the Perito Moreno glacier; the stunning scenery; the Tango show in Buenos Aires; spending time in Rio. The whole trip ran like clockwork! Every guide was ready and waiting for us at the airport as arranged and were knowledgeable and friendly. They made every effort to enable us to have vegetarian food wherever possible. The travel companies in each country were very diligent and called us on arrival to confirm arrangements, including copies of vouchers and any other information we needed, which was very helpful.
Overall, the whole trip was extremely well-organised and delivered from both the UK and South American sides. We thoroughly enjoyed all of the pre-booked activities and were particularly impressed with Carola, our guide in Puerto Natales, who was both knowledgeable and friendly."
V. Brown, UK, 2014
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If you are wondering what to eat in Buenos Aires you might wish to consider a tasting menu. Alan was recently in Buenos Aires and this is the account of his personal experience of a a tasting menu evening. He writes: Tasting menu – a lot of small “funny” dishes designed to confuse and challenge your palate. Well, that’s what I have always thought and as such they have never appealed to me. On a recent visit to Buenos Aires I was invited to go to a seven course tasting menu, paired with wine, at Casa Coupage. …
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