Torres del Paine National Park
Chilean Antarctica has spectacular natural grandeur and changing skies. Torres del Paine National Park is home to three main mountains: Cerro Paine Grande, Cuernos del Paine and Monte Almirante Nieto, who are known collectively as the three brothers. Without a doubt it is in the Mirador de las Torres del Paine where you can see the incredible granite mountains next to the deep glacial lake, offering an unforgettable panoramic view. The viewpoint over Lake Gray surrounded by steep mountains offers us fabulous views too. Navigating the lake brings you closer to the glacier to admire this unique phenomenon of frozen blue turquoise crests. The Viewpoint of the Horns shows the most famous picture of the park. Another highly recommended point from where you can see on clear days is the viewpoint over Lake Pehoé, provided with crystal clear waters of an intense blue that contrast with the green of the vegetation that surrounds it, offering a magnificent and serene postcard photo. The Salto Grande is a waterfall surrounded by lush forests and animals such as pumas, guanacos, foxes, condors, wild geese and black-necked swans among other species.