What to Do
Visit unbelievable places
Torres del Paine National Park is one of those places where words just don’t do it justice. You have to experience it!
Enjoy horseback riding
Historically, horses have been essential in this part of the planet. We invite you to get to know the docile, spirited, and intelligent Chilean specimen while you experience a great adventure in one of the planet’s most beautiful places.
Plan your journey
Do you have any questions about your trip? Do you need any last-minute reservations? Or would you just like to have a cup of coffee? In our Welcome Center you can find all of this and a lot more.
Where to Stay
Only a good rest will allow you to fully enjoy. Spend the night and recover from the day’s activities with the option that suits you best.
Hotel las Torres
A hotel that rekindles our history as a ranch, with different room options for that restful sleep you need, combined with the cordial and sincere attentiveness of the people of southern Chile.
After a long excursion, come and taste our restaurant’s delicacies or enjoy unforgettable moments at our Pionero Bar, known throughout the region for its cutting-edge sustainable cocktails.
If you come to Torres del Paine hoping to make new friends, Fantástico Sur is the best option for you and your backpack. We have fully-equipped mountain refuges and camps, strategically located so you can hike the circuit of your choice within the park.
Ask about our guided tours, our breakfast with homemade bread, and the meal options available at our mountain refuges.
At Cerro Paine Reserve, we are committed to making Torres del Paine Park a sustainable destination.
Our rancher past, the baqueanos (Patagonian horsemen), the stories about our ranch that we don’t want to be forgotten…
Our History, Our Traditions
For many decades, before becoming a natural and cultural reserve, Estancia Cerro Paine was tied to livestock. Discover the history of the Kusanovic family, owners of these lands, learn about the traditions of the countryside, the life of the baqueanos (Patagonian horsemen) and their close relationship with horses…