Torres del Paine National Park, also called "Towers of Blue", represents the Chilean Patagonia's most popular natural attraction. The imposing mountain backdrops and the deep blue glacial lakes that water this massive nature reserve have inspired a sense of adventure into more than just a few travelers who have found their way to Torres del Paine.
Nature lovers flock from far and wide to see one of the last glaciers, hike through lush forests with impressive views of mountains reaching as high as 3,000 meters above sea level, explore picturesque lakes as well as explore what is often referred to as some of the best wildlife watching opportunities in South America.
If you are planning a trip to Chile be sure to miss out on what some have referred to as the world's top 10 national parks. Arguably Chile's most impressive landscape, Torres del Paine National Park is more than just picturesque views but an outdoor adventure enthusiast's wet dream full of hiking trails, multi day treks, some of which require camping out in the park, scenic overlooks and even glaciers at one end of the spectrum.