One of the most impressive sights in the Southern Hemisphere and home to some of the world’s most classic trekking routes
The park is located in Chile’s southernmost and largest region, Magallanes and Chilean Antarctica, where the main economic activities are sheep farming, oil extraction and tourism. The population density is sparse at 1.1 per km² but the region’s main city Punta Arenas is home to 120,000 people. Torres del Paine National Park’s coordinates are 50°S latitude and 73°W longitude.
The park encompasses ancient forests, glaciers, lakes, rivers and fjords, and fauna including guanacos, foxes, pumas and a diverse array of birds. The park draws in approximately 100,000 visitors each year who visit the Paine Towers, Los Cuernos, French Valley and Grey Glacier.
The W Trek and the Paine Circuit are the most popular trekking routes, but there are plenty of other activities to be enjoyed at the park. (Please be aware that these links will redirect you to our Partner Company website Cascada Expediciones)
The location of the camp is fantastic - with views over the Torres and the valley
Tripadvisor Review: “Paradise in Paradise” Reviewed Nov, 2013.
EcoCamp Patagonia in the very heart of Torres del Paine National Park