TORRES DEL PAINE: MULTISPORT – 3 DAYS 2 NIGHTSfrom
From Torres del Paine, Chile
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- Vacation Style Holiday TypeAdventure, Bike, Ecofriendly, Glaciers, GROUP DEPARTURES, Hiking, Kayaking, Mid-range, Mountain, National Park, Photograph, Puerto Natales, Rural, Sports, Trendy, Water Sports
- Activity Level Moderate
- Group Size Small Group
Bike, ride and kayak with the best views of Torres del Paine Massif Bike between surreal lagoons, horseback ride through the wilderness, kayak pristine rivers and lakes. Staying each night in our comfortable Riverside Campsite, this is a unforgettable multi sport adventure to entice all outdoorsy types.
-Regular tour departs all year long at 07.00 am.
-Private tour departure schedule is coordinated previously with the passenger depending on their availability.
- Pick up and Drop off at your hotel;
- Entrance fee to Torres del Paine National Park;
- All horseback riding equipment (helmets, leather chaps, leather gloves, saddlebags, dry bags);
- Horses and saddles;
- Double Kayaks;
- All paddling equipment (neoprene gloves, paddling jackets, life jackets, skirts, and neoprene boots);
- Mountain Bikes;
- Cycling equipment (helmets, gloves);
- Two nights lodging in riverside camp Chile Nativo (comfortable domes with 2 inflatable mattresses and shared bathroom/bedding included);
- All meals indicated in the schedule (B: breakfast, BL: picnic lunch, D: menu dinner);
- Baqueano (local cowboy) Guide for horseback riding,;
- Kayaking instructor;
- English Speaking Guide/Driver.
- Any additional nights;
- Medical expenses;
- Insurance of any kind;
- Personal expenses;
- DAY 1 Round trip ride to Tyndall Glacier lookout
2 HOURS BY TRANSFER / 6 HOURS, SLOW RIDING, TROTTING AND CANTERING
A private transfer will pick you up at your hotel in Puerto Natales and take you to the Serrano Area.
An unexplored valley at the border of Torres del Paine National Park awaits us today. We’ll ride across rivers and through landscapes of lakes and wetlands, while views of the Paine Massif and the glaciers of the Southern Patagonian Ice Field shift alongside us. At the lookout point of Tyndall Glacier we’ll stop for lunch and later return via a different path, this time riding along the shores of the Serrano River and past the waterfall of the same name.
Night at Chile Natino Riverside Camp (B-BL-D).
- DAY 2 Full-day sea kayaking expedition on Grey Lake and Grey River
30 MINUTES BY TRANSFER / 4-5 HOURS PADDLING, 25 KM
After an early breakfast your transfer will drive you to Grey Lake to meet your kayaking guide. Here, with views of Paine Grande and Grey Glacier as our morning backdrop, you’ll hear about kayaking safety and paddling techniques. You’ll paddle Grey Lake for approximately 2 hours, weaving amongst the floating icebergs that have calved from the glacier and been whittled into natural ice sculptures by the wind and sun. While paddling, take time to look around you: the granite peaks of Paine Grande, Cordon Olguín and Los Cuernos interplay beautifully with the water’s multiple shades of turquoise. Leaving Grey Lake we’ll begin our descent of Grey River, which snakes through canyons bubbling with rapids and framed by steep rock faces. Accompanied by views of the imposing Paine Massif, we’ll paddle for 25 km down Grey River until it joins the Serrano River. After 4-5 hours of paddling we’ll arrive back at our campsite ready to stretch our muscles and prepare for dinner.
Night at Chile Nativo Riverside Camp (B-BL-D).
- DAY 3 Blue Lagoon & Fatbike ride to Laguna Amarga
1,5 HOURS BY TRANSFER TO THE BLUE LAGOON / FAT BIKE RIDE BACK TO LAGUNA AMARGA / 2 HOURS TRANSFER BACK TO PUERTO NATALES
An early morning transfer will drive you from Serrano area to Laguna Azul on the border of Torres del Paine National Park. This is an area abundant in birdlife (watch out for coots, swans, ducks and woodpeckers) and the lagoon offers a great view of the three Towers; mirrored in its blue waters on clear, still days. Here, we’ll ride our bikes to Laguna Amarga, a lagoon whose waters contrasts with Laguna Azul’s in both color and texture. (Its name, Amarga or “sour”, is due to its high pH level, cloudy turquoise color and the distinctive white salty rim at the shoreline.) Highlights along the way to Laguna Amarga include Cascada Paine waterfall and the chance to photograph wildlife and the Park’s endlessly changing views.
After this grat biking experience, we’ll take a private transfer back to Puerto Natales.