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Travelling north from Punta Arenas it will take you approximately six hours to reach the entrance to the park. Covering an area of over 180,000 hectares, the centrepiece of the park are the mighty Torres; huge granite pillars that rise upwards from the surrounding mountains.

There is an abundant supply of wildlife and several bird species that can be found nowhere else. If you are a keen walker then you will want to allow yourself at least a couple of days to explore. Alternatively, you can visit the park by horseback, jeep or by boat. Visit brilliant blue lakes and sprawling glaciers, then jump into the outdoor Jacuzzi and indulge yourself in the luxurious surroundings of your lodge.