Patagonia - From the Pacific to the Atlantic7 Days / 6 nights
November to April
Day 1 Punta Arenas – Puerto Natales
(240 Km/ 150 Miles)
Upon arrival, receive your vehicle at the Hertz airport office together with a map and a driving description. You should visit the penguin colony at the Seno Otway (Otway Sound) on your way to Puerto Natales.
Day 2 Puerto Natales – Torres Del Paine
(150 Km / 93 Miles)
We recommend starting early in the morning to make the most of this first day in the Torres del Paine UNESCO Biosphere Reserve. The Milodón Cave should be your first stop. You also do not want to miss a visit to the Laguna Azul (Blue Lagoon), a beautiful place to view Las Torres before you drive through the park.
Day 3 Torres Del Paine
(0 – 150 Km / 0 – 93 Miles)
We suggest exploring the Torres del Paine National Park.
Day 4 Torres Del Paine – Calafate
(390 Km / 242 Miles)
Cross the border to drive to Calafate (Argentina).
Day 5 Perito Moreno Glacier
(80 Km / 50 Miles)
We recommend you to drive into the Los Glaciares National Park.
Day 6 Calafate – Río Gallegos
(304 Km / 189 Miles)
Driving through the Argentinean plains towards the Atlantic coast.
Day 7 Río Gallegos – Punta Arenas
(240 Km / 150 Miles)
Drive back to Chile and the airport of Punta Arenas. End of tour.
End of the tour.
Southern Chile Routes
Torres del PaineIt is one of the most beautiful places in the world. The special flora and fauna and the uneven topography becomes a special destination for
One of the main attractions is the Paine massif from granitic origin, the Cuerno del Paine mountains and Las Torres. Biosphere Reserve, the place has an incredible vegetation of coigue and lenga forests and different species as the calafate, the coirón, the steppe and the mata barrosa, as well as, on the other hand, condors, culpeos, guanacos, rheas, cougars, and gray foxes.
Its fantastic water resources allow for kayaking and rafting whereas on higher grounds, mountaineering and hiking are favored. The hiking trails offering a further option to exploring the park. These trails are protected by the Chilean forest authority CONAF.