Did you know that Spring is the best time to visit Patagonia?
When’s the best time to visit Patagonia?
If you ask us, we’d say any time! But, if we had to choose just one season, it would have to be Spring time. From October to mid-December, Torres del Paine National Park and the surrounding pampas come back to life.
As the amount of daylight increases and temperatures begin to warm slightly, you’re likely to see plants and flowers blooming, and baby animals such as puma cubs and rhea hatchlings.
Even better, October is Tierra Patagonia’s shoulder season, which means a better deal for you! Take advantage of our lower rates and experience one of the most phenomenal times of the year in the Southern Cone. The shoulder season also means a less crowded park, so you won’t have to worry about running into too many other tourists.
Enjoy having the park to practically to yourself while experiencing the change of seasons. With more frequent flights from Santiago to Puerto Natales starting in September, Torres del Paine is more accessible than ever.
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- Due to the sanitary crisis resulting from the Covid 19 pandemic, the hotel reserves the right to halt operations if there is any risk that might affect the health of guests or employees, or should the health authorities not permit the hotel’s operations under any given circumstance.
- The hotel has established sanitary protocols and all guests must declare under oath that they understand, respect and will fulfil the protocols in their entirety. In addition, in acknowledgement that it is impossible to entirely contain Covid 19, guests must declare under oath that they understand that the hotel cannot be held responsible in the event of transmission of the virus, or any complications this may cause, whether this be for possible unprecedented closing, or any setback derived from such an event.
4 reasons to visit Patagonia in Spring
At Tierra Patagonia, you’ll find yourself completely surrounded by wilderness, and you can enjoy an endless array of outdoor excursions in Torres del Paine National Park. The architecture of the lodge is beautifully integrated with the landscape and offers stunning views.