We will pick you up with our private vehicle at 7:00 am from your accomodation, to drive towards Torres del Paine National Park, on a road (115 km/72 miles) across beautiful, wide landscapes: pampas, forests, steppe, and mountainous areas, all molded by ancient glaciers. During two hours we will be driving amongst Magellanic “estancias” (huge ranches), and we might meet a sheep herd moving along the road with the whistling of “gauchos” on horses and the barking of their many dogs. After an hour of driving we will make a brief stop at Cerro Castillo, a small village rich in gaucho culture on the border with Argentina. From here we continue our trip for one more hour on gravel road, which makes it easier to spot and observe wildlife such as guanacos, rheas, foxes, flamingos, caracaras, eagles and condors if we are lucky. As we get close to the Park we will make several stops to admire and photograph magnificent sceneries like Lake Sarmiento and Laguna Amarga in front of the Massif Paine.