You won’t find ATMs in Torres del Paine Park. Therefore, we recommend you to withdraw money in Puerto Natales, where you can find ATMs in banks, pharmacies and casino.

Banco de Chile

  • Avenida Bulnes 544, Puerto Natales.
  • Avenida Bulnes 691, Puerto Natales.

Banco Santander

  • Manuel Bulnes 596, Puerto Natales.

Casino de juegos

  • Avenida Bories Nº 314, Puerto Natales.


You won’t find currency exchange offices in Torres del Paine Park, so we recommend you convert your money in Puerto Natales. Business hours: 1 am to 3 pm. Shops and commerce usually closes during lunch time.

To find the exchange rate in Chile, visit the Central Bank of Chile’s website. (

Cambios Mili

  • Phone: +56 61 2411262
  • Address: Blanco Encalada 266, Puerto Natales, Chile.


  • Phone: +56 61 2412197
  • Address: Manuel Bulnes 692, Puerto Natales, Chile.

Stop Cambios

  • Phone: +56 61 2411393
  • Address: Baquedano 386, Puerto Natales, Chile.


Regardless the duration of your stay, you must pay an entrance fee to the park. Animals are not allowed.

High season: October 1st to April 30th

  • Payment in cash (Chilean pesos, dollars or euros)
  • Chilean/ Resident in Chile Adult: CLP $ 6,000
  • Foreign Adult: CLP $ 21,000
  • Adults with disabilities: CLP $ 3,000
  • Chilean/Resident in Chile 0- 6 years old: Free
  • Chilean/Resident in Chile child 6 – 16 years old: CLP $ 2,000
  • Foreign child: CLP $ 6,000
  • Child with disabilities: Free
  • Chilean/ Residente in Chile seniors: CLP $ 3,000

Low season: May 1st to September 30th

  • Payment only with national currency (Chilean pesos)
  • Chilean/ Resident in Chile Adult: CLP $ 4,000
  • Foreigner Adult: CLP $ 11,000
  • Adults with disabilities:CLP $ 2,000
  • Chilean/Resident in Chile 0- 6 years old: Free
  • Chilean/Resident in Chile child 6 – 16 years old: CLP $ 1,000
  • Foreign child: CLP $1,000
  • Child with disabilities: Free
  • Chilean/ Residente in Chile seniors: CLP $ 1,000


The climate in Patagonia is a very important factor to consider. The maximum temperature reaches 20 ° C in summer and drops to below 0 ° in winter. Due to the wind-chill, temperatures usually drop 6 to 7 degrees. The temperature of the water is 4 to 5°C.

While you can visit the park all year, we recommend to do it between October and April, when you can enjoy day with more sun and light (16 hours) and less rain. In low season, many services are closed, although less tourists can be a plus for those looking for a peaceful journey.


In Torres del Paine it is possible to experience all four seasons … in one day! For this reason, it is very important to wear appropriate clothing for every occasion and be protected against strong gusts of wind, rain and even snow.


  • Synthetic pola cap (dries faster than wool).
  • Polar Neck or bandana
  • Sunglasses with UV protection
  • Sun block factor 45 minimum
  • Chapstick


  • Dry fit T-shirt: the advantage of special fibers is that they dry very fast and the body doesn’t cool.
  • Polar jacket or fleece: not to be missed, protects against the wind.
  • Waterproof Jacket: Gore-tex protects from rain while allowing sweat to evaporate so the body doesn’t cool.
  • Polar gloves: wear two pairs ideally.


  • Fast drying fiber legs or tights
  • Waterproof pants (Gore-tex)
  • Shorts for hot temperatures
  • Polar Pants for campsites
  • Down jacket for campsites


  • Polar or polypropylene socks.
  • Hiking shoes: preferably short-leg ones.Try them at least one week in advance to check comfort.
  • Slippers: for the base campsites and for resting your feet.
  • Gaiters (optional): to cover the bottom of the trousers and boots and prevent mud, water or snow penetrating into the socks.


  • Sleeping bag: in Patagonia the only thing that works without concern is synthetic fiber. Sleeping bags from 0 ° to 20 ° are sufficient.
  • Insulating Mat: Portable and lightweight, insulates the cold and humid soil. You can lease ones in Puerto Natales or with the same tourist agencies.