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4 days / 3 nights


Per person


  • Camping or refuge accommodations according to your itinerary.
  • Accommodations in refuge are in shared and mixed dorms, with bunkbeds.
    *Armed bed includes sheets, cover and pillow.
  • Camping accommodations include an already-pitched tent, sleeping bag and mat.
  • Regular transport to and from the park.
  • Entrance ticket to Torres del Paine National Park.
  • Navigation Grey III (round trip)
  • Ice Trek excursion
  • Kayak Grey excursion
  • Meals according to the itinerary.
  • If you have any dietary restrictions, be sure to inform us upon reservation. Food restrictions will only be honored if they are informed in advance.
  • Medical and / or travel insurance of any kind.
  • Flights.
  • Gratuities.
  • Guide / Porter.
  • Personal expenses.
Price per person
Camping price USD $1.460
Refuge price USD $1.540
  • This program is not recommended for children under the age of 10.
  • Passengers should be able to carry their personal belongings for the duration of the program.
  • We recommend using a 40-liter back pack.
  • We offer luggage custody at our office in Puerto Natales from Monday to Friday from 09:00 a.m. to 06:00 p.m. (office hours). Outside office hours service has an additional charge.
  • Every day from October to April.
  • All excursions are subject to weather conditions.


Day 1: Arrival to Torres del Paine National Park – Grey Refuge

The adventure begins early when the transfer will pick you up to take to the Torres del Paine National. You will travel through beautiful landscapes until you reach Hotel Grey where you will check in and take the Grey III Navigation, which will take you to one of the most incredible sectors of Torres del Paine National Park, Grey Sector. During your stay you will have the possibility to walk on the Grey Glacier, kayak to the Glacier and visit the famous Puentes Colgantes.

Accommodation: Refuge (Armed bed) or camping Grey.

Included – Box lunch and dinner  

Day 2: Ice Trek Grey Glacier

Get ready to feel the thrill of boarding a Zodiac to reach Nunatak Island and access the glacier where you can literally experience walking on the ice of Patagonia.

This excursion begins at the base 10 minutes walking from the Grey Refuge). After a short safety talk, you will travel by zodiac through Gray Lake to approach Nunatak Island and start a walk of about 1 hour towards the Glacier. Upon arrival the guide will help you to adjust the ice equipment correctly and once you are ready you can start the incredible ice walking adventure. It will be about 2.5 hours on the Gray Glacier, observing the cracks, rivers, lagoons, tunnels and ice caves!

Departures: 08:00 am and 14:00 hrs

Included: Bilingual guide, certified. Safety equipment: ice ax, crampons, backpack, helmet and harness

Accommodation: Refuge (armed bed) or camping Grey)

2.5 – 5 hrsDifficulty easy
Included – Breakfast, box lunch and dinner  

Day 3: Kayak to Grey Glacier

Half-day excursion, where you will enjoy rowing through ice floes while observing the beautiful landscapes offered by the Grey Glacier.

You will leave Playa Grey, next to Refugio Gray to start your adventure.
First the guides will give you the necessary kayak equipment and then you will have a safety talk where you will learn about your kayak, the paddle, the route and the weather conditions.

The kayak experience will have you paddle close to large floating ice floes, to the east side of Grey Glacier and get up close to giant ice walls. While you rest and enjoy this incredible place with all its beauty, the guide will offer a snack and a hot drink. If the weather conditions allow it on the way back, you will pass through the island called Nunatak on the way back to Refugio Grey.

Departures: 09:00 am, 14:00 and 17:00 hrs

Included: Double Kayaks – Wetsuits -Dry Jackets – Neoprene boots – eoprene mitts – Kayak skirts-Paddles-Life jackets-Helmets- Dry bags – Snack.

Accommodation: Refuge (armed bed) or camping Grey

2,5 hrsDifficulty easy
Included – Breakfast, box lunch and dinner  

Day 4: Day Off in Grey and return to Puerto Natales

If you didn’t get to visit the Puentes Colgantes, book today’s morning and head to the amazing Puentes Colgantes. It is by far the best viewpoint of the Glacier. In addition to contemplating the impressive ice, you can see the depths of the ravines formed by the rivers and waterfalls that come from the Cordón Olguín. If you are lucky, you will be able to see ice slides from the Glacier into the cold waters of Grey Lake.

After your visit to the Puentes Colgantes, prepare to take the Gray III Navigation towards Playa Grey where the transport back to Puerto Natales will be waiting.

3 – 4 HrsDifficulty medium 
4 KmsIncluded – Breakfast and box lunch



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