Here’s a question that all travelers to Torres del Paine have on their mind: when is the best time to visit? Here's our breakdown of the advantages and disadvantages to each season!
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It's time to venture off the edge of the map to discover the epic mountains and views of the Dientes Trek.
South America is a mecca for some of the most cultural, scenic, and adventurous treks on the planet, such as the W Trek in Torres del Paine and the Inca Trail. But there’s one trek you’ve probably never heard of, and you should definitely add it to your travel list.
Prepare to sink your teeth into the Dientes Trek.
A trip to Torres del Paine is in the works. But which season is the best time to visit?
You’ve done your research. You’ve seen the pictures. You know that summer is usually the prime time to visit Torres del Paine National Park. The comfortable temperatures, verdant greenery, and (mostly) clear skies of Patagonia in December through February have made the southern summer the most popular season in which to see Chile’s star national park in all its glory. However...
So, you want to come to Chile! Awesome! But with so many geographically and culturally diverse places to visit in such a long country, how do you pick the best spots so you get the most out of your trip? From all of us here at Cascada Expediciones - all seasoned adventurers who’ve traveled and lived all over this amazing country - here are our top 25 recommendations for adventurous destinations in and around Chile.
Chileans love a good party, and at no time is this more evident than when they celebrate Independence Day!
Falling on the 18 and 19 of September, Chile’s “Fiestas Patrias” is a national celebratory affair, a multi-day extravaganza of grand parades, traditional food and drinks, music, dance, and partying!
The fifth annual Patagonian International Marathon is just around the corner! Come mid-September, the roads of Ultima Esperanza Province will thunder with the pounding of runners’ shoes as competitors from all over the world race through some of the most staggeringly beautiful scenery on Earth!
However classic the idea of winter skiing is, not everyone likes their snow sports served up the same way. Maybe you’d prefer yours with a side of wine? A touch of nature? Or you fancy an entree; a short experience to get warmed up? Well, get out that fluoro ski gear - because this winter, we’ve got you covered.