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    • 2 days in Torres del Paine

      Torres del Paine Nov 15, 2015 at 7:21 PM

      Hello, I'm planning a trip to Torres del Paine for 2 days at the end of November. Essentially I am planning on leaving Puerto Natales on Thursday morning and returning Friday night to possibly catch a bus to Punta Arenas. Ideally, I would like to camp one night (Thursday night) on the site and see the highlights of the W trek (perhaps 1st or 2nd leg only). Do you know of any shuttle in the park taking hikers from one point to the other? Any recommendation as to what needs to be seen in such a short amount of time?

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      Guided 2 day tour in Torres del Paine from Puerto Natales?

      Torres del Paine Nov 22, 2015 at 1:00 PM

      I will have two days in Puerto Natales and will definitely go to Torres del Paine national park at least one day.

      I know there are a lot of guided tours for one day. But are there any recomended guided tours for two days, without camping and instead staying the night at som hotel och hostel close to the park? I will not be able to carry all my belongings all the time, som two days of hiking by myself is not an option.

      And then get back to Puerto Natales on day two.

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      Guided tour or go by myself?

      Torres del Paine Nov 10, 2015 at 1:32 PM

      I'm planning a day tour to Torres del Paine from Puerto Natales.

      What kind of guided tours do they offer in the park? Is it worth it? Are there any mini bus tour in the park if you don´t want to trekk all day?

      I'm not used to go trekking and it could be nice to have someone lead the way to the best parts, not not too far away because I'm going back to Puerto Natales in the afternoon.

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      How to book a bus to El Calafate?

      Puerto Natales Nov 7, 2015 at 7:05 AM

      I know there are at least two bus companies that can take me from Puerto Natales to El Calafate, but it doesn't seems like it's possible to book online (at all, not only for foreigners). There seems to be at least one bus per day departing to El Calafate.

      Is there a ticket office somewhere in Puerto Natales? Is there a risk that the bus tickets will be sold out in advance?

      I will probably have a flight to catch in El Calafate, so I want to be sure. My trip will probably be in the middle of January.