Torres del Paine National Park in Southern Patagonia is a extraordinary fusion of ice, rock, water and wind
At the center of its 180,000 hectares is the Paine Massif, a granite and ice mountain range, which rises from flower meadows, ice-blue lakes and rivers and miles and miles of golden pampas. All is crisscrossed by trails and treks which attract visitors from around the world.
Torres del Paine Accommodation
Where to stay in Torres del Paine and the gateway towns of Puerto Natales and Punta Arenas.
Torres del Paine Choose from Estancias drenched in the history of Patagonia's sheep-farming pioneers; a lodge with the world's best view; and a lakeside yurt.
Puerto Natales Budget-conscious backpackers will find a good range of hostels and budget hotels. Others can choose from some of Chile's best boutique hotels.
Punta Arenas Plenty of choice, from former colonial mansions to budget basics.
Torres del Paine
Torres del Paine borders
Not happy about sleeping in a tent or a refugio? Check out these hotels, where exhilarating day treks are following by a hearty meal, a warm bed and a good night's sleep.