The Torres del Paine National Park is part of the Chilean Indigenous protected areas. It is located 70 miles from Puerto Natales. The park was created in 1959, and declared Biosphere Reserve by UNESCO in 1978. First you will visit the cave Mylodon, then you will enjoy the view of the Rio Serrano. You will explore the lake and visit the imposing Pehoe Salto Grande waterfall, with views of Cuernos del Paine, and then finally see the towers in the area of Laguna Amarga. On the way back you will take the opportunity to visit the Villa Cerro Castillo.
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