Patagonia tours and guided trips
Tierra Patagonia offers a full range of guided tours and excursions within and around Torres del Paine National Park in Patagonia, Chile. Whether you prefer to explore on foot, horseback, bike, or boat, our all-encompassing portfolio of activities delves into every corner of Torres del Paine. From hiking trips to wilderness bike rides, horseback adventures to kayaking expeditions, you’re guaranteed to find the best excursions, trips and tours in Patagonia to suit your needs.
When you arrive at Tierra Patagonia our team will create a bespoke excursion plan for you. While sitting by the fireplace in front of our giant, hand-painted map, you’ll find your bearings in the park and pin-point the places you’d like to see and decide on the way you would like to tour Patagonia. Our expert guides will get to know your physical activity level and your personal interests, so that you can explore Torres del Paine your way.
At Tierra Patagonia, we also offer private guides and transfers if you are looking for a tailored Patagonia tour experience just for you.
To the Base of the Three Towers: Hiking in Torres del Paine
A legendary route among the hiking community and an eye-opening experience for avid walkers, this hike in Torres del Paine is one of the world’s great “bucket list” hikes.
Paso de Agostini
This full-day Patagonia hiking trip along the Paso de Agostini, is a little known trail, away from the crowds, with the iconic Paine Massif as a backdrop. Setting off from Estancia Lazo, we begin our adventure at Laguna Verde which, as its name suggests, is an open stretch of green water at the start of this scenic hiking trip.
Grey Peninsula: Trekking in Torres del Paine
The day begins with a journey across the Torres del Paine national park by van, with striking views of snow-dusted mountains and glacial lakes. We begin at the Grey checkpoint by trekking through beautiful lenga forest, crossing the Pingo River on a hanging bridge, before we make the descent to Lake Grey, and trek along the pebble shore.
Birdwatching in Torres del Paine
Birdwatchers delight, as the undulating plains, thick forests and changeable microclimates of Torres del Paine are home to a surprising number of native bird species, making for a wondrous nature walk in the early hours, when the local wildlife is at its most active.
Origins of Life: Ancient Geology at Lake Sarmiento
Discover ancient geological formations on this hiking tour in Patagonia! Unearth thousands of years of geology on this hiking tour based around the shores of Lake Sarmiento in Patagonia. Here you can discover rare formations that reflect the beginnings of the Earth’s history. A 40-minute drive takes us from the hotel to our starting point, for a varied walk over both flat and slightly steeper terrain before we hit the shores of Lake Sarmiento.
Hunter’s Trail: On this trek, get close-up to Indigenous History
Witness remnants of the indigenous Aonikenk culture, part of the regional heritage of Patagonia on this trek. The Aonikenk were hunter-gatherer nomads who used the rocks as a canvas to convey messages to one another, which we can still see to this day in the form of cave paintings displayed on rocky outcrops.
Horse Riding at Entre Lagos
Set off on your Patagonian horse toward Sierra del Toro, and down towards Lake Sarmiento with panoramic views of the Paine Massif on your way.
Sierra Baguales / Estancia Cerro Guido
From the hotel we head out towards the Sierra Baguales, north east of the National Park and close to the Argentine border. We walk along the bank of the Baguales River, looking for fossils and enjoying the remoteness and views of this mostly unexplored valley.
Hidden to the north east of Torres del Paine National Park, La Porfiada is an out of the way area, part of the Cerro Guido Estanica. The ride is mainly downhill, through lenga and ñirre woodlands where native birds and animals can be spotted in the wilderness.
In Tierra’s Backyard: An Exclusive Patagonia Hike
What better introduction is there to this magical place than an intimate hike reserved exclusively for Tierra Patagonia? The beautiful outer edges of the Torres del Paine National Park, close to the border between Argentina and Chile, are the perfect place to start your Patagonian journey.
Horse Riding at Estancia Lazo
If you love nature and horse riding – or you’ve always wanted to try – there’s no better place to do it than here in the wonderland that is Torres del Paine, with the local gauchos at Estancia Lazo.
Biking the Cañadón Macho
Brace yourself for a thrill as you pedal through the landscapes of Cañadón Macho on this biking excursion. The area is heavily populated with guanaco, with sentinels watching out for the herd on the top of the hills.