Located in the Magallanes Region and 154 kilometers from Puerto Natales, Torres del Paine National Park is one of the most famous tourist attractions in the world. Every year, it hosts thousands of tourists and nature lovers, who come to see its incredible mountains, glaciers, flora and fauna.
Declared the year 2013 the “eighth wonder of the world”, this National Park of 227,298 hectares, was founded in 1959 under the name “Parque Nacional de Turismo Lago Grey”, being -at that time- livestock farming the main productive activity of the area.
Subsequently, in April 1970 it was renamed “Torres del Paine National Park”, thanks to its three granite towers formed during the glacial era. Also, in 1978 UNESCO declared it a “Biosphere Reserve”.
If you visit these southern lands, you will not only be amazed by its mountains, rivers, glaciers, turquoise lakes and lenga forests, but also by its variable Patagonian climate and the great diversity of species that inhabit it, such as the puma, guanaco, rheas, huemules, among others.