Over 500 years after the arrival of the first European seafarers in Patagonia, the words to describe it are the same as those used by the first explorers and naturalists: exotic, faraway, vast, infinitely beautiful, wild, indomitable.
Situated in the heart of the National Park, the Torres del Paine mountains are one of the main attractions of that region and an icon of Chilean Patagonia. The idea of being an explorer in the 21st century is a reality here.
From a labyrinth of fjords with imposing glaciers and extensive forests to interminable steppes and crystal-clear waters, Patagonia is one of the few places in the world that are still unchanged.
Awasi Patagonia is the perfect place to discover the indigenous fauna that remains intact in these forests and plains, where there are sightings of guanacos, ñandús, foxes, condors and, occasionally, pumas.