If you love hiking and the outdoors, we cannot imagine a better destination than the mountains of Patagonia. Imagine traveling through endless landscapes that allow us to escape from our daily grind to explore the world. Today I want to tell you about one of the most impressive national parks that Patagonia has to offer: Torres del Paine.
While hiking is always the number one activity in Torres del Paine, there is much more you can do in and around Chile’s most famous national park. From boat rides to glaciers to horseback riding to fishing, the park offers something for everyone
Torres del Paine is a national park in Patagonia, Chile. It is known for some of the most spectacular hiking in the world. I met many people as I hiked the park – people doing it on many different budgets. There was Joe from Chicago who camped and lived on porridge for nine days – surely that’s the cheapest it can be done. There were others who stayed at the Refugios with breakfast, dinner and a box lunch included for the trail. In between there was me: I camped, ate one meal at a Refugio, had drinks at the bar during happy hour (when they were half price) and ate a lot of nuts, dried fruit and other easily portable food.