Torres del Paine National Park (Spanish: Parque Nacional Torres del Paine) is a national park encompassing mountains, glaciers, lakes, and rivers in southern Chilean Patagonia The Cordillera del Paine is the centerpiece of the park It lies in a transition area between the Magellanic subpolar forests and the Patagonian Steppes The park is located 112 km (70 mi) north of Puerto Natales and 312 km (194 mi) north of Punta Arenas The park borders Bernardo O'Higgins National Park to the west and the Los Glaciares National Park to the north in Argentine territory Paine means "blue" in the native Tehuelche (Aonikenk) language and is pronounced PIE-nay Read more about Torres del Paine National Park
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Tiger was sitting on a log, Leopard with a cub sitting on a tree, Elephants, gaur, sambar, malabar giant squirrel. White bellied woodpecker, crested serpent eagle, green imerial pigeons, streak throated woodpecker and crested hawk eagle. Crocodiles and Rattlesnake.
How to reach?
From Argentina: From Buenos Aires there are no direct flights to Punta Arenas, so the fastest way to get to Torres del Paine National Park is taking a plane from Argentina’s capital to the city of El Calafate and then move by bus or rental car to Puerto Natales, a 350- kilometers journey that can take 45 hours approximately From the city of El Calafate, travel by bus or rented vehicle to the city of Puerto Natales, a 350 kilometers journey that can take 4 hours and a half Consider a stop at Don Guillermo border access (Cerro Castillo) for entrance proceedings When you reach that city considered at least 80 kilometers more to reach the Serrano entrance, the nearest of Torres del Paine (2 hour trip)