Main highlights:

• Tour start and finish in Puerto Natales
• Accommodation in comfortable hotels and authentic estancias throughout
• Includes a boat trip up Last Hope Sound
• Includes four, full-day rides on Criollo-mix horses with Chilean tack
• Ride to the Glacier Grey beach, with optional boat trip
• Experiencing breath-taking views of the Torres del Paine Mountains
• Ride through woodland, over mountains, through rivers and around lakes
• Spectacular views everyday of the mountains, glacial rivers and lakes
• Eat typical Patagonian food and wine and meet some of the people who live in this beautiful place
• See many local birds, animals and plants

Brief day-by-day itinerary:

Day 1 - Arrive Puerto Natales between 3-4pm in café Spacio Kau. Transfer to Estancia Perales. 2hr ride to the
Estancia. Dinner. Night in Estancia. Hours in the saddle: 2.
Day 2 - Take cutter across fjords to Balmaceda. Meet horses for ride to Serrano. Night Hotel Rio Serrano. All
meals included. Hours in the saddle: 7-8.
Day 3 - Ride to Glacier Grey viewpoint. Optional boat trip. Ride back to Serrano. Night Hotel Rio Serrano. All
meals included. Hours in the saddle: 6-7.
Day 4 - Ride the Up and Over across the heart of the park to Laguna Amarga. Transfer to Laguna Sophia.
Night at Country House Laguna Sophia. All meals included. Hours in the saddle: 7-8.
Day 5 - Full day ride around Laguna Sophia area. Transfer to Puerto Natales for onward travel. Breakfast and
lunch included.. Hours in the saddle: 6-7.


Request a trip, minimum 2 persons.

2-3 clients: US$ 3,199 per person
4-8 clients: US$ 2,799 per person
*Single supplement: US$ 420 for all clients wanting guaranteed single accommodation


This trip suits experienced riders wishing to combine some local flavor and comfortable accommodations with their riding adventure. It is designed for those who prefer not to camp and who enjoy a mixture of riding, from technical to some fast riding. There are some days of approximately 8 or more hours in the saddle.

During long days riders will be asked not to ride their horses overly hard. We strive to be a humane company and keep our horses fairly treated. The holiday is a joint experience of the place and the riding. We expect the riders to treat the horses as though they were their own at all times.

Riders will experience a first-hand view of Patagonia estancia life, which includes the joys, threats and difficulties posed by farming cattle and sheep in the area. The route offers plenty of diversity with rides across open pampas, rides to wild glaciers and ice-berg filled lakes and peaceful rides through valleys and ancient beech forests. Throughout these long days in the saddle, the snow-capped mountains are never far away.

The accommodation is a mix of authentic estancias and where this is not available, comfortable hotels.

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