Information for visitors to Torres del Paine about destinations, community tourist attractions, services and the different types of tourism that the communal territory has both inside and outside the National Park, such as stay tourism, special interests, adventure, gastronomic among others.


National Park Torres del Paine

Created on May 13, 1959 as Lago Gray National Tourism Park and two years later it received its name from Torres del Paine National Park which is currently maintained, it is administered by the National Forestry Corporation, it has an official surface area of ​​227,298 hectares and it is a unique tourist destination, due to the great variety of landscapes, fauna and flora that are distributed throughout the biosphere reserve.
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Villa Cerro Castillo

It is the communal capital of Torres del Paine, where the municipal administrative headquarters of the same name is located, immersed in a town inherited from the boom in cattle raising, maintaining the architecture of the Tierra del Fuego Exploitation Society. Currently it has tourist, health, police services and a border crossing that is the gateway for international visitors to the Torres del Paine National Park.
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Villa Cerro GUIDO

Villa Cerro Guido is located on the slopes of the hill with the same name, in the Torres del Paine commune, Ultima Esperanza province, Magallanes and Chilean Antarctic Region, 105 km from Puerto Natales on Route 9.

This town was formed in the headquarters of the Cerro Guido Ranch, which was created by the “Tierra del Fuego” Exploitation Society in the 1920s, in the midst of a cattle boom, due to the need to have another point of operations due to the large extension of lands that this English company owned, approximately the 90% of the lands of the province.

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The village, is placed in “Última Esperanza” province, in the “Magallanes y Antártica Chilena” region, at 80 km from Puerto Natales city and it is one of the gateways to the worldwide known “Torres del Paine” National Park.

The Villa Rio Serrano is a service center and mainly tourist entrepreneurship with hotels, camping and restaurants. It is frequented by tourists seeking tranquility, privileged nature and activities typical of this area, such as fishing, horseback riding, trekking, river descents and kayaking.


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