Realmente todo el parque es maravilloso, cada curva ensus rutas internas muestra un paisaje distinto y maravilloso. Es muy grande , por lo que recomiendo rentar un auto en Puerto Natales y recorrer todo el parque, 2 dias son adecuados para ello
Lovers of fall foliage, rejoice! The memorable and captivating landscapes of Torres del Paine are covered in autumnal splendor, full of young wildlife exploring and good, clear weather with that crisp, autumn feel to the... Más
Lovers of fall foliage, rejoice! The memorable and captivating landscapes of Torres del Paine are covered in autumnal splendor, full of young wildlife exploring and good, clear weather with that crisp, autumn feel to the air. Best of all, the crowds of high season are gone and the park is peaceful and quiet. Months: late March, April, May, early June Weather: cool days, night starting to get cold, possibility of rain, possibility of snow later in season Avg. Temperature (Fahrenheit): Lows in the 20s (-3 - 3 degrees Celsius), highs in the 40s/low 50s (5-13 degrees Celsius) Landscape/Flora and fauna: Fall foliage, plants and trees changing colors, great chance to see young animals Rain: Strong possibility, especially later in season Crowds: Still pretty crowded in early March, fewer crowds and people in April/May Hours of daylight: 11 hours in April, 9 in May, 8 in June Advantages: Beautiful foliage, fewer crowds and less people, lower rates, good accessibility to areas of the park and amenities, great opportunities to see wildlife, great time for photographers Disadvantages: Colder nights, can be cool during the day, possibility of rain and cold weather, possibility of snow and ice later in season, some areas of park may be closed near end of season Accessibility: Good to limited. As the season gets closer to winter, more hotels/roads/areas of the park/etc can start shutting down for the season. Please do research beforehand to ensure the areas you want to visit and the places you want to stay will be open.