Torres del Paine

Quick Facts

  • The park is located approximately 5 hours North of Punta Arenas, and 1 hour 15 minutes from Puerto Natales on Highway 9.

  • Torres del Paine is Chile's most visited National Park

  • Over 250000 people visit the park annually.

  • Torres del Paine is recognized as a UNESCO World Biosphere Reserve for its unique Patagonian or Subantarctic Steppe biosphere.

  • The park surrounds the beautiful Paine massif, an igneous intrusion of magma from a 12 million-year-old telluric event.

  • The park is home to iconic Chilean species including the Andean Condor, Huemul deer, Guanaco, Puma, Lenga tree, and ten different species of Orchids. 

  • The park covers over 127000 hectares of land.