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Argentina, Chile: Hiker's Patagonia

Trip Length 14 days

From $5,995

  • See the best of the region on moderate day hikes in Torres del Paine and Los Glaciares National Parks on our most popular Patagonia adventure
  • Enjoy a full-day excursion to famous Perito Moreno glacier, including an optional hike on the massive ice cloak itself
  • Gaze at spectacular vistas of the Towers of Paine, Cerro Torre, and the awesome Fitz Roy Massif—one of the continent's most hypnotic landscapes!
  • Visit Buenos Aires, Argentina's cosmopolitan capital and the "Paris of South America"

Patagonia’s jagged peaks and majestic glaciers rise dramatically above the horizon, thousands of feet above the Chilean and Argentinian steppes. This pristine beauty is preserved in two exceptionally scenic parks: the breathtaking mountain environs of Torres del Paine in Chile and Argentina’s Los Glaciares. MTS pioneered commercial trekking in Patagonia in the 1970s and our itinerary is the most comprehensive route available, showcasing the very best of the region, from the ice-clad peaks of the Torres del Paine (including a portion of the famous “W”) to the sheer-walled granite shark fin of the Fitz Roy Massif, to the renowned Perito Moreno glacier. Every day you’ll hike through breathtaking beauty, taking in views of pristine glacial lakes, iconic snowcapped peaks, and swaying grasses of the desert steppes—all with highly experienced naturalist guides, who know every inch of the region. At night the charm and comfort of luxurious hotels, a traditional estancia, cozy cabins, and a remote mountain lodge await. As a bonus, your amazing adventure wraps up in cosmopolitan Buenos Aires, where you can explore the Recoleta district and maybe even take in some tango!

Day 1: Arrive in Punta Arenas

Upon arrival in Punta Arenas, Chile, your trip leader will meet you at the airport and transfer you to the hotel. Later in the evening, the group will gather for a briefing on the adventure ahead.

  • Accommodation:Hotel Cabo de Hornos

Day 2: Take a scenic drive to Torres del Paine National Park

From Punta Arenas we’ll drive about three hours across the Patagonian plains to the quiet fishing town of Puerto Natales on the shores of Seno Ultima Esperanza (Last Hope Sound). Here we’ll stretch our legs a bit and have lunch before continuing on to Paine National Park, where we'll take in the first spectacular views of the Paine range (weather permitting). There is also a very good chance of seeing guanacos—small cousins to the camel and llama—when we arrive at the park. Because the sun sets late in Patagonia's summer, there's plenty of time to admire and photograph the amazing landscape. In the evening we'll settle in at Hostel Las Torres, ideally situated for our exploration of Paine at just 5 miles from the base of the Torres del Paine.

  • Breakfast/Lunch/Dinner
  • Accommodation:Hotel Las Torres

Day 3: Explore majestic Torres del Paine

We'll get an early start for our all-day hike to the Torres del Paine, first following the Ascension River over a low pass into the Ascencion Valley. We'll pass through beech forests, and boulders before arriving at a spectacular viewpoint, where the towers rise majestically before us and the glacial lake is visible below. This is one of the most scenic spots in the world! We'll enjoy a packed lunch en route and return to Hotel Las Torres at the end of our hike.

You'll be given a waterproof bag (approx. 620 cubic inches) for the clothing and other items you’ll need for the next two days. This bag will be carried by porters and you'll carry your daypack—with your camera, raingear, jacket, lunch, etc. Your duffel, containing the rest of your belongings, will meet up with you again at Lago Pehoe on Day 5.

(Hiking time: 8 to 9 hours; Elevation gain: 2,460ft)

  • Breakfast/Lunch/Dinner
  • Accommodation:Hotel Las Torres

Day 4: Hike beneath the jagged Cuernos del Paine

Today we’ll hike at a relaxed pace along the north shore of Lago Nordenskjold to Los Cuernos, following the Paso Los Cuernos trail beneath the jagged Cuernos del Paine. The views throughout this hike are magnificent including seeing for the first time the Southern Patagonia Ice Field!  Tonight we’ll stay in cozy cabins set next to a waterfall and enjoy a soak in the hot tub. Overall, this is an excellent staging area for tomorrow's hike to the French Valley.

(Hiking time: 5 hours approx., 7 miles; Elevation gain: 1000ft) 

  • Breakfast/Lunch/Dinner
  • Accommodation:Cabañas de los Cuernos

Day 5: Hike through the spectacular French Valley

Today we'll hike into the French Valley, one of the most spectacular cirques in the Paine Range. We'll walk below the glaciers that descend from the highest summit in the Paine range, Paine Grande, and marvel at the gray granite peaks of the Cuernos del Paine, which are topped with fantastical black “horns” of slate. Two different hiking options are available today. We can take an 11-mile hike back to camp (approximate hiking time is 6 hours, with a 1,300ft elevation gain) or up to the mirador (viewpoint) above Camp Británico—another 4 hours roundtrip hike—for one of the most impressive views in the park (weather permitting)!

We'll overnight at the Lodge Paine Grande located in the heart of the park on the shore of Lago Pehoé. Your luggage will be carried in by porters.

  • Breakfast/Lunch/Dinner
  • Accommodation:Refugio Paine Grande

Day 6: Take a boat to Grey Glacier

We’ll arise early and hike towards the face of stunning Grey Glacier, at the southern end of the Southern Patagonia Ice Field. We'll enjoy our packed lunch en route, before boarding a boat that takes us to the front of the glacier and to the southern shore of the Lago Grey (Grey Lake)—where our hotel for the night is located.

(Hiking time: 4 hours approx., 6 miles; Elevation gain: 600ft)

  • Breakfast/Lunch/Dinner
  • Accommodation:Hotel Lago Grey

Day 7: Travel to Argentina and explore El Calafate

Today we depart Chile’s Torres del Paine National Park and drive across the border into Argentina (please be prepared for delays of up to a few hours while crossing the border). We'll proceed over the flat grassland steppes to the town of El Calafate, located on a glacial lake called Lago Argentino. El Calafate is the gateway to Los Glaciares National Park and is a great town to explore. Dinner tonight will be on your own.

(Driving time: approx. 7 hours)

  • Breakfast/Lunch
  • Accommodation:Mirador del Lago

Day 8: Marvel at the famous Perito Moreno Glacier

Today we'll enjoy a full-day excursion to Los Glaciares National Park to see the renowned Perito Moreno glacier. At this very active glacier, a 100-foot-high headwall continually calves massive blocks of ice into the lake with a thunderous roar—an awesome spectacle of nature's power at work. Hiking options are available, depending on the weather, and include an optional walk on the glacier itself for an additional cost (this option is available for travelers under 65 years of age). This is an outstanding but easy glacier hike among the great ice peaks and towers. We'll enjoy a picnic lunch and return to El Calafate at the end of our day. Dinner tonight will be on your own.

  • Breakfast/Lunch
  • Accommodation:Mirador del Lago

Day 9: Drive to Los Glaciares National Park

After an early breakfast, we’ll continue our drive across the steppes and along the northern end of Lago Viedma to the little town of El Chaltén—our base for  the following days' excursion into the park. The views get better and better as we approach the mountains and glaciers, and we'll soon appreciate why we have traveled so far! We’ll stop for a picnic lunch en route, and once we arrive at our lodging we might do some hiking if time permits.

(Driving time: 3 to 4 hours)

  • Breakfast/Lunch/Dinner
  • Accommodation:Cabañas Fitzroy

Days 10-11: Explore Los Glaciares National Park

On these two days, we'll enjoy long day hikes into the park's interior. We'll be treated to some commanding views of the spectacular peaks of Fitz Roy (11,072') and Cerro Torre (10,280'), both sought after by photographers and climbers the world over. Where we hike is weather and group dependent, but with so many great options, we can’t miss! If conditions permit, we'll visit the base camp for Cerro Torre climbs, Laguna Torre, which is situated on a beautiful glacial lake with the stunning monolith framed behind it. Other possible destinations include Laguna Capri and Laguna de los Tres, as well as Piedras Blancas and Piedra del Fraile, the east entrance to the famous Southern Patagonia Ice Field.

  • Breakfast/Lunch/Dinner
  • Accommodation:Cabañas Fitzroy OR Destino Sur

Day 12: Return to El Chaltén

We'll rise early to enjoy one last hike in Los Glaciares National Park before returning to El Chaltén in the afternoon. Tonight we'll gather for a farewell dinner.

  • Breakfast/Lunch/Dinner
  • Accommodation:Destino Sur

Day 13: Fly to Buenos Aires

This morning we'll transfer to the town of El Calafate, where we bid farewell to our guide, before catching a flight to Buenos Aires—the cosmopolitan capital of Argentina, often referred to as the "Paris of South America." Upon arrival in Buenos Aires we'll transfer to our hotel in the city's stylish Recoleta district. Dinner will be on your own in Buenos Aires, where there is no shortage of tempting culinary offerings!

  • Breakfast/Lunch
  • Accommodation:Loi Suites Recoleta

Day 14: Take in the sights of Buenos Aires and depart

The day is free for shopping and sightseeing. You may wish to explore the Recoleta district in the northwest sector of the city, famous mainly for its nightlife but also well worth a visit by day. Close by are the Museum of Fine Arts and the National Cemetery, which holds the tombs of many famous people—among them, Argentinian first lady Eva Peron. The downtown district, especially along Calle Florida, contains many galerias (huge enclosed shopping malls) with dozens of stores and colorful stands.

In the evening, we'll transfer to Buenos Aires airport for homeward-bound flights. Your international flight can depart at any time on this day, but we highly recommend staying on a few extra days to take in Buenos Aires.

  • Breakfast

Feb 21, 2016 - Mar 05, 2016 Sold out

Feb 28, 2016 - Mar 12, 2016 Sold out

Mar 20, 2016 - Apr 02, 2016

Mar 27, 2016 - Apr 09, 2016

Apr 03 - 16, 2016

Oct 30, 2016 - Nov 12, 2016

Nov 11 - 24, 2016

Nov 27, 2016 - Dec 10, 2016

Dec 19, 2016 - Jan 01, 2017

Jan 22, 2017 - Feb 04, 2017

Jan 29, 2017 - Feb 11, 2017

Feb 19, 2017 - Mar 04, 2017

Feb 26, 2017 - Mar 11, 2017

Mar 19, 2017 - Apr 01, 2017

Mar 26, 2017 - Apr 08, 2017

Apr 02 - 15, 2017

pricing

Fall 2015 -  Spring 2016 (per person)

$5,995 (10-16 members)
$6,395 (5-9 members)

$400 internal airfare (subject to change)
$2,000 single supplement

Fall 2016 -  Spring 2017 (per person)

$6,195 (10-16 members)
$6,595 (5-9 members)

$400 internal airfare (subject to change)
$2,100 single supplement

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Cabañas Fitzroy — El Chalten

The cabañas are in a private property 17 km north of el Chalten.. The cosy timber lodge is built on the shore of Rio de Las Vueltas at it has unique views of Mt. Fitz Roy’s north face.  It has a fabulous dining room, surrounded by the warmth of it’s beautiful timber. 

Cabañas de los Cuernos — Torres del Paine National Park

The total of 8 cabins is idyllically situated at the feet of Los Cuernos del Paine next to a waterfall, in the same sector as the Refugio and Camping Los Cuernos. The site is only accessible by trekkers on foot and sports spectacular view of Los Cuernos and Nordenskjöld Lake. A hot tub is available so remember swimsuit.

Destino Sur — El Chaltén

Situated on the main avenue, you are close to everything without missing out on the great view of the Fitz Roy and Cerro Torre Mountains. Destino Sur is the newest most modern 4* hotel in El Chaltén with an impressive spa area

Hotel Cabo de Hornos — Punta Arenas

Recently renovated modern European style hotel in the world's southernmost city, located on the main Plaza Munoz Gamero. High ceilings and beautiful artwork complement the stone floors in the entryways.

Hotel Lago Grey — Torres del Paine National Park

The hotel with the best views of the whole Paine Massif. The full wall windows makes sure you don’t miss out on the sunset coloring the massif red. 

Hotel Las Torres — Torres del Paine National Park

Surrounded by towering mountains, this hotel sits in a grassy field at a considerable distance from nearby towns. Simple, comfortable rooms come equipped with all the welcome essentials but in elegant harmony with the awe-inspiring surroundings.

Loi Suites Recoleta — Buenos Aires

This five star hotel is located in the most elegant area of the city, at walking distance from museums, art galleries, shopping areas, historical architecture and beautiful parks.

Mirador del Lago — El Calafate, Argentina

At only meters from the downtown area of El Calafate, this 4 star hotel offers the perfect combination of facilities, comfort, and warmth to satisfy even the most demanding traveler.

Refugio Paine Grande — Torres del Paine National Park

The Lodge is on the shore of Pehoé Lake, facing the southern face of Paine Grande hill, crowned by Punta Bariloche in the plain that terminates Quebrada de los Vientos. It is strategically located in the old area of Pehoé Shelter and is only accessible via Lago Pehoé or by walking the trekking routes of the park. It forms part of the W Circuit and is considered as the base camp.
The Lodge can hold 100 people in 22 bedrooms with 3 and 2 bunks each. These rooms have a view to Pehoé lake, the heights of Paine Grande, Valle del Francés and the east face of Cuernos del Paine. Each one of them has comfortable bunks and drawers to put away gear. However, we have a custody service and a safety box to keep valuable belongings.
The toilets are on the first and second floor and have wash basins, toilets and hot water showers, separated for men and women.

"We have done many trips with MTS. They have never let us down—always providing an excellent experience." Eugenia Grandstaff

"Best trip I have ever taken." Monica Bethencourt

"Thank you MTS for the trip of my lifetime! The Patagonia adventure exceeded my expectations in all respects and has renewed my spirit and filled my heart with joy! My dream is to visit all the natural wonders of the world and MTS is hired to take me there." Maria Spinelli          

"Perhaps the most beautiful mountains in the world and shared with great new hiking companions and led by the best guides!" Fletcher Shives

  • See the best of the region on moderate day hikes in Torres del Paine and Los Glaciares National Parks on our most popular Patagonia adventure
  • Enjoy a full-day excursion to famous Perito Moreno glacier, including an optional hike on the massive ice cloak itself
  • Gaze at spectacular vistas of the Towers of Paine, Cerro Torre, and the awesome Fitz Roy Massif—one of the continent's most hypnotic landscapes!
  • Visit Buenos Aires, Argentina's cosmopolitan capital and the "Paris of South America"

Patagonia’s jagged peaks and majestic glaciers rise dramatically above the horizon, thousands of feet above the Chilean and Argentinian steppes. This pristine beauty is preserved in two exceptionally scenic parks: the breathtaking mountain environs of Torres del Paine in Chile and Argentina’s Los Glaciares. MTS pioneered commercial trekking in Patagonia in the 1970s and our itinerary is the most comprehensive route available, showcasing the very best of the region, from the ice-clad peaks of the Torres del Paine (including a portion of the famous “W”) to the sheer-walled granite shark fin of the Fitz Roy Massif, to the renowned Perito Moreno glacier. Every day you’ll hike through breathtaking beauty, taking in views of pristine glacial lakes, iconic snowcapped peaks, and swaying grasses of the desert steppes—all with highly experienced naturalist guides, who know every inch of the region. At night the charm and comfort of luxurious hotels, a traditional estancia, cozy cabins, and a remote mountain lodge await. As a bonus, your amazing adventure wraps up in cosmopolitan Buenos Aires, where you can explore the Recoleta district and maybe even take in some tango!

review

"We have done many trips with MTS. They have never let us down—always providing an excellent experience." Eugenia Grandstaff

"Best trip I have ever taken." Monica Bethencourt

"Thank you MTS for the trip of my lifetime! The Patagonia adventure exceeded my expectations in all respects and has renewed my spirit and filled my heart with joy! My dream is to visit all the natural wonders of the world and MTS is hired to take me there." Maria Spinelli          

"Perhaps the most beautiful mountains in the world and shared with great new hiking companions and led by the best guides!" Fletcher Shives

DAILY itinerary

Day 1: Arrive in Punta Arenas

Upon arrival in Punta Arenas, Chile, your trip leader will meet you at the airport and transfer you to the hotel. Later in the evening, the group will gather for a briefing on the adventure ahead.

  • Accommodation:Hotel Cabo de Hornos

Day 2: Take a scenic drive to Torres del Paine National Park

From Punta Arenas we’ll drive about three hours across the Patagonian plains to the quiet fishing town of Puerto Natales on the shores of Seno Ultima Esperanza (Last Hope Sound). Here we’ll stretch our legs a bit and have lunch before continuing on to Paine National Park, where we'll take in the first spectacular views of the Paine range (weather permitting). There is also a very good chance of seeing guanacos—small cousins to the camel and llama—when we arrive at the park. Because the sun sets late in Patagonia's summer, there's plenty of time to admire and photograph the amazing landscape. In the evening we'll settle in at Hostel Las Torres, ideally situated for our exploration of Paine at just 5 miles from the base of the Torres del Paine.

  • Breakfast/Lunch/Dinner
  • Accommodation:Hotel Las Torres

Day 3: Explore majestic Torres del Paine

We'll get an early start for our all-day hike to the Torres del Paine, first following the Ascension River over a low pass into the Ascencion Valley. We'll pass through beech forests, and boulders before arriving at a spectacular viewpoint, where the towers rise majestically before us and the glacial lake is visible below. This is one of the most scenic spots in the world! We'll enjoy a packed lunch en route and return to Hotel Las Torres at the end of our hike.

You'll be given a waterproof bag (approx. 620 cubic inches) for the clothing and other items you’ll need for the next two days. This bag will be carried by porters and you'll carry your daypack—with your camera, raingear, jacket, lunch, etc. Your duffel, containing the rest of your belongings, will meet up with you again at Lago Pehoe on Day 5.

(Hiking time: 8 to 9 hours; Elevation gain: 2,460ft)

  • Breakfast/Lunch/Dinner
  • Accommodation:Hotel Las Torres

Day 4: Hike beneath the jagged Cuernos del Paine

Today we’ll hike at a relaxed pace along the north shore of Lago Nordenskjold to Los Cuernos, following the Paso Los Cuernos trail beneath the jagged Cuernos del Paine. The views throughout this hike are magnificent including seeing for the first time the Southern Patagonia Ice Field!  Tonight we’ll stay in cozy cabins set next to a waterfall and enjoy a soak in the hot tub. Overall, this is an excellent staging area for tomorrow's hike to the French Valley.

(Hiking time: 5 hours approx., 7 miles; Elevation gain: 1000ft) 

  • Breakfast/Lunch/Dinner
  • Accommodation:Cabañas de los Cuernos

Day 5: Hike through the spectacular French Valley

Today we'll hike into the French Valley, one of the most spectacular cirques in the Paine Range. We'll walk below the glaciers that descend from the highest summit in the Paine range, Paine Grande, and marvel at the gray granite peaks of the Cuernos del Paine, which are topped with fantastical black “horns” of slate. Two different hiking options are available today. We can take an 11-mile hike back to camp (approximate hiking time is 6 hours, with a 1,300ft elevation gain) or up to the mirador (viewpoint) above Camp Británico—another 4 hours roundtrip hike—for one of the most impressive views in the park (weather permitting)!

We'll overnight at the Lodge Paine Grande located in the heart of the park on the shore of Lago Pehoé. Your luggage will be carried in by porters.

  • Breakfast/Lunch/Dinner
  • Accommodation:Refugio Paine Grande

Day 6: Take a boat to Grey Glacier

We’ll arise early and hike towards the face of stunning Grey Glacier, at the southern end of the Southern Patagonia Ice Field. We'll enjoy our packed lunch en route, before boarding a boat that takes us to the front of the glacier and to the southern shore of the Lago Grey (Grey Lake)—where our hotel for the night is located.

(Hiking time: 4 hours approx., 6 miles; Elevation gain: 600ft)

  • Breakfast/Lunch/Dinner
  • Accommodation:Hotel Lago Grey

Day 7: Travel to Argentina and explore El Calafate

Today we depart Chile’s Torres del Paine National Park and drive across the border into Argentina (please be prepared for delays of up to a few hours while crossing the border). We'll proceed over the flat grassland steppes to the town of El Calafate, located on a glacial lake called Lago Argentino. El Calafate is the gateway to Los Glaciares National Park and is a great town to explore. Dinner tonight will be on your own.

(Driving time: approx. 7 hours)

  • Breakfast/Lunch
  • Accommodation:Mirador del Lago

Day 8: Marvel at the famous Perito Moreno Glacier

Today we'll enjoy a full-day excursion to Los Glaciares National Park to see the renowned Perito Moreno glacier. At this very active glacier, a 100-foot-high headwall continually calves massive blocks of ice into the lake with a thunderous roar—an awesome spectacle of nature's power at work. Hiking options are available, depending on the weather, and include an optional walk on the glacier itself for an additional cost (this option is available for travelers under 65 years of age). This is an outstanding but easy glacier hike among the great ice peaks and towers. We'll enjoy a picnic lunch and return to El Calafate at the end of our day. Dinner tonight will be on your own.

  • Breakfast/Lunch
  • Accommodation:Mirador del Lago

Day 9: Drive to Los Glaciares National Park

After an early breakfast, we’ll continue our drive across the steppes and along the northern end of Lago Viedma to the little town of El Chaltén—our base for  the following days' excursion into the park. The views get better and better as we approach the mountains and glaciers, and we'll soon appreciate why we have traveled so far! We’ll stop for a picnic lunch en route, and once we arrive at our lodging we might do some hiking if time permits.

(Driving time: 3 to 4 hours)

  • Breakfast/Lunch/Dinner
  • Accommodation:Cabañas Fitzroy

Days 10-11: Explore Los Glaciares National Park

On these two days, we'll enjoy long day hikes into the park's interior. We'll be treated to some commanding views of the spectacular peaks of Fitz Roy (11,072') and Cerro Torre (10,280'), both sought after by photographers and climbers the world over. Where we hike is weather and group dependent, but with so many great options, we can’t miss! If conditions permit, we'll visit the base camp for Cerro Torre climbs, Laguna Torre, which is situated on a beautiful glacial lake with the stunning monolith framed behind it. Other possible destinations include Laguna Capri and Laguna de los Tres, as well as Piedras Blancas and Piedra del Fraile, the east entrance to the famous Southern Patagonia Ice Field.

  • Breakfast/Lunch/Dinner
  • Accommodation:Cabañas Fitzroy OR Destino Sur

Day 12: Return to El Chaltén

We'll rise early to enjoy one last hike in Los Glaciares National Park before returning to El Chaltén in the afternoon. Tonight we'll gather for a farewell dinner.

  • Breakfast/Lunch/Dinner
  • Accommodation:Destino Sur

Day 13: Fly to Buenos Aires

This morning we'll transfer to the town of El Calafate, where we bid farewell to our guide, before catching a flight to Buenos Aires—the cosmopolitan capital of Argentina, often referred to as the "Paris of South America." Upon arrival in Buenos Aires we'll transfer to our hotel in the city's stylish Recoleta district. Dinner will be on your own in Buenos Aires, where there is no shortage of tempting culinary offerings!

  • Breakfast/Lunch
  • Accommodation:Loi Suites Recoleta

Day 14: Take in the sights of Buenos Aires and depart

The day is free for shopping and sightseeing. You may wish to explore the Recoleta district in the northwest sector of the city, famous mainly for its nightlife but also well worth a visit by day. Close by are the Museum of Fine Arts and the National Cemetery, which holds the tombs of many famous people—among them, Argentinian first lady Eva Peron. The downtown district, especially along Calle Florida, contains many galerias (huge enclosed shopping malls) with dozens of stores and colorful stands.

In the evening, we'll transfer to Buenos Aires airport for homeward-bound flights. Your international flight can depart at any time on this day, but we highly recommend staying on a few extra days to take in Buenos Aires.

  • Breakfast
lodgings

Cabañas Fitzroy — El Chalten

The cabañas are in a private property 17 km north of el Chalten.. The cosy timber lodge is built on the shore of Rio de Las Vueltas at it has unique views of Mt. Fitz Roy’s north face.  It has a fabulous dining room, surrounded by the warmth of it’s beautiful timber. 

Cabañas de los Cuernos — Torres del Paine National Park

The total of 8 cabins is idyllically situated at the feet of Los Cuernos del Paine next to a waterfall, in the same sector as the Refugio and Camping Los Cuernos. The site is only accessible by trekkers on foot and sports spectacular view of Los Cuernos and Nordenskjöld Lake. A hot tub is available so remember swimsuit.

Destino Sur — El Chaltén

Situated on the main avenue, you are close to everything without missing out on the great view of the Fitz Roy and Cerro Torre Mountains. Destino Sur is the newest most modern 4* hotel in El Chaltén with an impressive spa area

Hotel Cabo de Hornos — Punta Arenas

Recently renovated modern European style hotel in the world's southernmost city, located on the main Plaza Munoz Gamero. High ceilings and beautiful artwork complement the stone floors in the entryways.

Hotel Lago Grey — Torres del Paine National Park

The hotel with the best views of the whole Paine Massif. The full wall windows makes sure you don’t miss out on the sunset coloring the massif red. 

Hotel Las Torres — Torres del Paine National Park

Surrounded by towering mountains, this hotel sits in a grassy field at a considerable distance from nearby towns. Simple, comfortable rooms come equipped with all the welcome essentials but in elegant harmony with the awe-inspiring surroundings.

Loi Suites Recoleta — Buenos Aires

This five star hotel is located in the most elegant area of the city, at walking distance from museums, art galleries, shopping areas, historical architecture and beautiful parks.

Mirador del Lago — El Calafate, Argentina

At only meters from the downtown area of El Calafate, this 4 star hotel offers the perfect combination of facilities, comfort, and warmth to satisfy even the most demanding traveler.

Refugio Paine Grande — Torres del Paine National Park

The Lodge is on the shore of Pehoé Lake, facing the southern face of Paine Grande hill, crowned by Punta Bariloche in the plain that terminates Quebrada de los Vientos. It is strategically located in the old area of Pehoé Shelter and is only accessible via Lago Pehoé or by walking the trekking routes of the park. It forms part of the W Circuit and is considered as the base camp.
The Lodge can hold 100 people in 22 bedrooms with 3 and 2 bunks each. These rooms have a view to Pehoé lake, the heights of Paine Grande, Valle del Francés and the east face of Cuernos del Paine. Each one of them has comfortable bunks and drawers to put away gear. However, we have a custody service and a safety box to keep valuable belongings.
The toilets are on the first and second floor and have wash basins, toilets and hot water showers, separated for men and women.

Dates and Pricing

Feb 21, 2016 - Mar 05, 2016 Sold out

Feb 28, 2016 - Mar 12, 2016 Sold out

Mar 20, 2016 - Apr 02, 2016

Mar 27, 2016 - Apr 09, 2016

Apr 03 - 16, 2016

Oct 30, 2016 - Nov 12, 2016

Nov 11 - 24, 2016

Nov 27, 2016 - Dec 10, 2016

Dec 19, 2016 - Jan 01, 2017

Jan 22, 2017 - Feb 04, 2017

Jan 29, 2017 - Feb 11, 2017

Feb 19, 2017 - Mar 04, 2017

Feb 26, 2017 - Mar 11, 2017

Mar 19, 2017 - Apr 01, 2017

Mar 26, 2017 - Apr 08, 2017

Apr 02 - 15, 2017

pricing

Fall 2015 -  Spring 2016 (per person)

$5,995 (10-16 members)
$6,395 (5-9 members)

$400 internal airfare (subject to change)
$2,000 single supplement

Fall 2016 -  Spring 2017 (per person)

$6,195 (10-16 members)
$6,595 (5-9 members)

$400 internal airfare (subject to change)
$2,100 single supplement

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