Patagonia tours and guided trips
One of the best perks of being a guest at Tierra Hotels? Our excursions! These curated experiences give our guests a chance to get to know Chile on a whole new level. Please note that excursions are not available for public booking – you must be a guest to reserve a spot.
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.
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.
Cuernos is by far one of the best options to see the heart of the park, with a gentle 2-hour walk and the magnificent Cuernos and Paine Grande peaks. Everyone who visits Torres del Paine National Park falls in love with these geological formations.
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.
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.
This excursion takes you through the Torres del Paine National Park to the western area, with a full overview of the main sites of interest. You’ll be amazed by the monolithic, unforgiving outline of the Paine Massif’s distinctive ‘horns’, just as jaw-dropping up close as you would imagine.