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Plan your visit

Nestled in the northeast sector of Torres del Paine National Park, the reserve is a true representation of the ecological diversity of Patagonia. Encompassing a variety of ecosystems, including the Magellanic forest, pre-Andean scrub, steppes, and Patagonian deserts, it offers a breathtaking panorama of the region’s natural wonders. The area between Cuernos del Paine and Sierra Baguales is particularly noteworthy, as it provides a unique opportunity to witness both iconic landscapes that represent the quintessential elements of this southern corner of the planet.

How to get there
To get to the Reserve, follow Route 9 for about 60 km from Puerto Natales to Cerro Castillo. Then, head towards the National Park, and take the direction towards the Laguna Azul entrance. After passing Laguna Azul, continue for another 5 km on Route Y 160 until you reach the entrance to the Reserve.

The park is open between 9:30 and 18:30hrs.

Important Information

In order to enter the Reserve, it is required to send an email before your arrival to including your name, RUT or passport number, and the time of arrival of all of the visitors in your party.

We recommend that before your arrival you download the map of the Reserve and the trails of the park, which are located on the application Suda.

Download the map here.
Download the GPS of the route in SUDA here. 

With the goal of making sure you have a good experience, we are including important information that you should consider before your visit:

  • Bathrooms available.
  • There are no food or beverages sold on the property.

With the goal of protecting the flora and fauna of the place, we want to inform you of the following rules, for which non-compliance can result in expulsion from the reserve or a fine.

  • Each visitor is responsible for their waste, as we don’t have on-site waste disposal.
  • No campfires or use of stoves. The use of fire is prohibited.
  • Camping is prohibited.
  • Domestic animals are prohibited.
  • Maintain your distance and don’t feed the wildlife.
  • Don’t damage the signs or installations.