To Puerto Natales
From Santiago de Chile:
The straightest and fastest way to get to Punta Arenas, city with the nearest airport to Torres del Paine National Park, is by air, a 3,100 kilometers flight that separates this city of the Chilean capital.
With LATAM (https://www.latam.com/), the nonstop flight takes approximately 3 hours and a half; the direct one, with a stopover in Puerto Montt, takes 4 hours 45 minutes. Sky Airlines (http://www.skyairline.cl/) offers a similar service, but with less frequency.
From Punta Arenas Airport you must continue the journey by bus or rented vehicle to Puerto Natales city and from there to Torres del Paine Park. For more details, please see our ground transportation section.
From Buenos Aires there are no direct flights to Punta Arenas, so the fastest way to get to Torres del Paine National Park is taking a plane from Argentina’s capital to the city of El Calafate and then move by bus or rental car to Puerto Natales, a 350- kilometers journey that can take 4.5 hours approximately. When you reach that city consider at least 80 kilometers more to reach the nearest gate of Torres del Paine (2 hour trip). For more details, please see our ground transportation section.
Bus Routes to Puerto Nateles
Punta Arenas Airport – Puerto Natales Bus Terminal
El Calafate (Argentina) Bus Terminal – Puerto Natales Bus Terminal
Bus Sur Route between Punta Arenas and Puerto Natales
From Puerto Natales to Torres del Paine Park:
To reach the park from the city, you will find two routes that can be explored by bus or car.
- From Puerto Natales, take Route 9 which links to the Sarmiento (112 kilometers) and Laguna Amarga (129 kilometers) entrances of Torres del Paine Park.
- From Puerto Natales, take Route Y-290 which connects with the Serrano entrance in Torres del Paine Park (80 kilometers).