Puerto Natales, nestled in Southern Chile, serves as the gateway to the renowned Torres del Paine National Park. Within this vibrant town of over 23,000 residents, an array of captivating day tours awaits exploration:

Torres del Paine

Hike to the Base of the Towers

Duration: 10 hours

Embark on an iconic journey to the base of the towers, a trek that draws adventurers from across the globe. Covering a distance of 20 kilometers over approximately 8 hours, this hike culminates in a breathtaking view of the three granite towers. As a pivotal stop on the renowned W & O Trekking Circuits, reaching the base of the towers offers a captivating introduction to the unparalleled beauty of Torres del Paine National Park, showcasing its awe-inspiring vistas.

Fly Fishing

Fly Fishing 

6 Hours (Half Day) & 9-10 Hours (Full Day)

When it comes to fly fishing, Patagonia is part of every angler’s dream. The Serrano river area is renowned for its amazing views and one of the pristines places on earth to fly fishing and connect with nature. From chinook salmon, rainbow and sea trout the Serrano river has it all. We provide all fishing gear, transportation, guide and a typical Patagonian hearty meal as part of our fishing day. After finishing our fishing excursion, we will provide private transportation back to your hotel in Puerto Natales. 

Local Ranch

Visit a local ranch 

Duration: 5 Hours

We invite you to visit our friends Pedro & Kiki at Estancia Lago Pinto. This couple will show what local hospitality is all about, we start off with horseback riding around the ranch led by Pedro and once we get back to the main house a traditional Chilean bbq will be served. After lunch, it’s time to gather all the sheep and take a look around the farm where you will see a lot of animals. It’s a perfect day for couples, families and friends traveling together.

Laguna Sofia

Milodon Cave, Laguna Sofia, & Cerro Benitez Hike

Duration: 7 Hours

Embark on an unforgettable full-day tour just 25 minutes from Puerto Natales. Begin your adventure with a hike to Cerro Benitez, a captivating trek lasting 3-4 hours. Marvel at the breathtaking landscapes as condors soar overhead, offering mesmerizing views of Laguna Sofia and the rugged cliffs of Benitez Hills, a favorite among rock climbers.

In the afternoon, continue your journey to the renowned Milodon Cave, where you’ll step back in time to explore the region’s prehistoric past. Discover fascinating insights into the area’s ancient history, including the famous Sloth Bear Cave (The Milodon) and the habitat of saber-toothed tigers. Immerse yourself in the incredible natural surroundings and enjoy panoramic views that will leave you in awe.


Balmaceda & Serrano day cruise 

Duration: 8 Hours

Embark on an unforgettable day cruise departing from the pier at Puerto Natales, offering an exceptional opportunity to explore Bernardo O’Higgins National Park and its breathtaking landscapes. Our journey begins by navigating through the majestic Ultima Esperanza Fjord, also known as the “Channel of Last Hope.” Along the way, prepare for remarkable wildlife encounters as we frequently encounter sea lions, Andean condors, elephant seals, and vibrant cormorant colonies right from the comfort of the boat

Torres del Paine National Park

Full Day Torres del Paine National Park 

Duration: 9 Hours

This full day tour starting from Puerto Natales is an excellent choice to explore Torres del Paine National Park at its best. We will pick you up at your hotel in the morning and will visit the famous Milodon Cave which was once home to prehistoric sloths. The real highlight of the day is the trip to Torres del Paine National Park where we will have the opportunity to view the impressive Towers del Paine and visit the wind-swept Nordenskjold Lake. The views of the hanging glaciers, snow-capped peaks, and Glacier Grey with its floating icebergs make this a must-do day tour if you’re visiting Patagonia and don’t have time for a longer trek in the national park.

Puma Tracking

Duration: 7-8 Hours

Join us on an exhilarating 8-hour adventure into the heart of Torres del Paine National Park in search of the elusive Puma, the apex predator of Patagonia. As the top of the food chain, these magnificent creatures, also known as mountain lions, typically hunt at dawn and sunrise, offering the best opportunity for sightings.

Feeding primarily on guanacos, which can weigh up to 200 pounds and reach speeds of 40 miles per hour, Pumas are agile and powerful predators. Witnessing a Puma in its natural habitat is a once-in-a-lifetime experience that promises unforgettable memories.

Led by expert local guides, our tour focuses on tracking Pumas in their natural environment, exploring every corner of the National Park in pursuit of the perfect encounter. Prepare for an immersive journey into the wilderness of Southern Patagonia, where the thrill of spotting these majestic cats awaits at every turn.