Torres del Paine National Park has been declared a World Biosphere Reserve by UNESCO in 1978. Located 113 km north of Puerto Natales, between the Andes Mountains and the Patagonian plateau. The Torres del Paine National Park, with an area of 242.000 hectares, in whose central part is the Cordillera del Paine, formed by a series of hills up to 3.200 m high, some with a very particular shape, such as the famous horns of the Paine.?This set of hills is surrounded by lakes and glaciers: to the north are Dickson, Paine and the Blue Lagoon. To the south, the lakes of Gray, Pehoé, Nordenskjold and Sarmiento. To the east, the Amarga lagoon. Within the park there are approximately 100 km of circuits to travel by vehicle and several trails for trekking, including one for the most trained, which surrounds the Paine massif. Through them, you can visit lakes, rivers, waterfalls and glaciers of absolute beauty. The geography and landscapes of this destination make trips to Torres del Paine a unique experience.
The area where the park is located has a cold steppe climate in its lower parts and tundra in its peaks. This climate during the summer is very variable so that on the same day it can be sunny, cloudy, with rain and even snow. The maximum temperature can range between 25 ° C and 10 ° C, while the minimum temperature can reach values below 0 ° C. In winter the conditions are more extreme. It precipitates and snows throughout all the months with values that do not exceed 60 mm per month. The maximum and minimum temperatures can be around 12 ° C and below 0 ° C, respectively.