10 DAYS / 9 NIGHTS
3 Nights Huilo Huilo Biological Reserve
1 Night Punta Arenas
5 Nights Torres del Paine
STARTING AT $5,695 PER PERSON
- Discover the unique Temperate Rain Forest of Northern Patagonia
- Biosphere Reserve by Unesco & World Legacy Award Winner, Huilo Huilo Biological Reserve
- Torres del Paine
- Class iii, iv Rapids on Fuy River
- Luxurious Singular Hotels: Patagonia Nothofagus Hotel & EcoCamp Patagonia
- 9 Nights Accommodation
- Full Board & Daily Activities
- Bilingual Guides
- All Equipment & Entrance Fees for Activities
- All Transportation
- Santiago-Punta Arenas Domestic Air
DAY 1 - Huilo Huilo
Here is where your journey begins, in the Biological Reserve of Northern Patagonia. Enjoy this first day to have a rest in your room with a magnificent view to the heart of the rainforest, or visit one of our self-guided trails.
Transfer from Airport to Huilo Huilo, dinner and overnight at Nothofagus Hotel & Spa
DAY 2 - Huilo Huilo
You’ll be picked up and driven to the northern part the Reserve, at the departure point of Andean Lakes Trail.
Beautiful landscapes are on the way: forests, rivers and volcano lakes.
After a lunch in the middle of nature, you’ll reach a point where mountain bike will be waiting for you to continue
descending along a country road in the woods (6km/4mi).
When the end of the trail, a 4×4 vehicle will take you back to the hotel.
Breakfast, lunch box, dinner and overnight at Nothofagus Hotel & Spa
DAY 3 - Huilo Huilo
Prepare for some adrenaline on your third day.
Get ready to paddle on the turquoise rapids of Fuy, a wonderful class III-IV river, but also one of the best rafting rivers in Chile. Descending through a beautiful valley of native forest, this activity will take approximately one hour and ten minutes.
The second part of the day will take you to unmissable viewpoints up on the trees, with the Canopy XL tour, at 90 mts
above the ground and with 500 mts of zip lines. In the evening, we recommend you some relaxing time the Lawenko Spa
or a tasty beer at our very own brewery Petermann.
Breakfast, lunch, dinner and overnight at Nothofagus Hotel & Spa
DAY 4 - Punta Arenas
It’s time to leave the rainforest and catch a flight to southern Patagonia.
Welcome to Punta Arenas, a city full of history. Don’t miss the chance to stroll around downtown,
visit the square and kiss the “Native’s foot” that way you can make sure you will return to this part of the world!
Breakfast, transfer to Puerto Montt Airport, flight to Punta Arenas, transfer to your 3* hotel for the night.
DAY 5 - Torres del Paine
Your travel to the world-known Torres del Paine National Park begins with a car ride to Puerto Natales,
a small town on the shores of “Seno de Ultima Esperanza” fjord, where you’ll have a stop to lunch.
Second stop will be at Cueva de Milodon, a massive prehistoric cave where the remains of a giant ground sloth
were discovered in the 1890’s. The last part of the travel will feature impressive landscape and wildlife.
Finally, at the end of the day, you’ll reach the Eco Camp Patagonia, world’s 1st geodesic dome,
nestled in the heart of Torres del Paine National Park.
Breakfast, transport, lunch in Puerto Natales, dinner and overnight at the Eco Camp Patagonia.
DAY 6 - Torres del Paine
Your tour begins with a car ride to Estancia Laguna Amarga, where mountain bike are waiting.
Pedal away towards the Laguna Azul campsite, meeting with the the fauna of Patagonian plains like guanacos
and ostrich-like ñandús, and even maybe a puma if you’re lucky. As you head north, you’ll reach the Paine waterfall
where you’ll be able to enjoy stunning views. We will continue our journey heading past a small canyon in the
middle of the Patagonian wilderness before heading towards Laguna Azul. Upon our arrival at Laguna Azul,
we will enjoy or box lunch.
After some rest, you’ll have some time to explore the surroundings and climb to a nearby sightseeing point with a
panoramic view of the lagoon and the Torres in the distance. The cycle ride back is optional – anyone who is tired
after the journey and barbecue is welcome to travel back in the support van (accompanying the group at all times
on the outward journey). Back at EcoCamp the cyclists reunite with their Safari hiking counterparts to enjoy the evening aperitif.
Breakfast, lunch, dinner and overnight at Patagonia Eco Camp.
DAY 7 - Torres del Paine
After breakfast at EcoCamp, we will head off at 9am to Grey Lake in the western sector of the park, about a two hour drive away. We cross the glacier lake in a boat, during which you will get to enjoy views of the Paine massif in addition to the impressive glacier which forms part of the Southern Patagonian Ice Field. Near the glacier we leave our boat and spend our day kayaking on the Grey Lake! But before we jump into our kayaking gear (neoprene suit, waterproof-jacket, gloves, life jacket, spray skirt and boots) and get into our group kayaks, we will have a safety briefing. Then we paddle out into the lake and head towards the eastern face of the glacier! Navigating our way in between gigantic floating icebergs, eventually we come almost face-to-face with the mighty wall of the glacier itself. Your guide will offer you a snack and hot drink to replenish your energies, while you admire the immensity of the iceberg and its myriad shades of blue. Then we take the boat back passing the glacier, before we board the van returning to EcoCamp for our evening aperitif and meal.
Breakfast, lunch, dinner and overnight at Eco Camp Patagonia
DAY 8 - Torres del Paine
One of the best ways to enjoy all that Patagonia has to offer is by riding through it on horseback.
This excursion departs at 9:30am, after we have had a hearty breakfast at EcoCamp. We will admire the most
spectacular parts of Paine hill with a full day of horseback riding. Venturing through forest and crossing streams,
all the while surrounded by amazing greenery. There are 5 different prairies along this trip and experienced riders are
welcome to gallop through these parts at their leisure. If you visit in February, you will be able see the Encantado valley.
Lunch will be served at the Seron campsite, where we will enjoy a spectacular view, featuring parts of las Torres,
Mount Admiral Nieto, the Blue lagoon and the Paine river. Depending on our group we can decide to stay out riding past
4:00pm or choose to head back early to EcoCamp and enjoy an evening cocktail.
If you are a horseback riding fanatic this is the perfect adventure for you!
If this excursion is cancelled because of climate conditions, it will be replaced by the trek to French Valley.
Breakfast, lunch, dinner and overnight at Eco Camp Patagonia.
DAY 9 - Torres del Paine
We will walk from the campsite towards Hostería Las Torres before ascending to Ascencio Valley on the Tower’s eastern face.
Mountain ridges, beech forests and small rivers line the scenic walk towards the valley. Our big challenge comes in the form of the steep moraine, a huge mass of boulders which will lead us to that iconic base-view of the Towers – Three gigantic granite monoliths, the remains of a great cirque sheared away by the forces of glacial ice. After a tough uphill climb, the Towers eventually come into full view, rising majestically before us, with the glacial lake visible below.
Is there any better place in the world to have lunch? After feasting on the view and our picnic, we backtrack along the same trail through Ascencio Valley and return to EcoCamp for a well-deserved dinner.
Breakfast, lunch, dinner and overnight at Eco Camp Patagonia