Torres del Paine national park is renowned for its beauty and spectacular landscapes. Situated right at the bottom of Chile it is characterised by the impressive granite "Towers" and "Horns" which rise out of the pampas lands. The park is traversed by rivers and lakes, many of which are fed by glaciers, the crystal clear waters of which create a multi-hued effect. Much of the park is only accessible on foot or horseback and the wild landscapes are home to many species of wildlife, including guanaco, grey fox, and the elusive puma.
Criollo horses have lived in this environment for many years and are the ideal partners to explore the sometimes harsh beauty of Patagonia. These unique trails take you through some wild places that very few people will ever get to visit, as well as to some of the more popular 'highlights' of the Torres del Paine national park.
Your guide, Osvaldo, was born and raised in Puerto Natales on the doorstep of Torres del Paine National Park. He has spent most of his working life in and around the park, but also some time abroad - in Canada and Australia - working with horses and learning English. He is, therefore, a very knowledgeable and interesting guide. Throughout his travels, Osvaldo's heart has remained in Patagonia and now he wishes to share his home and his family horses with his guests.