Hotel Saltos del Paine

Address: Bulnes 156 , Puerto Natales, Patagonia, Chile | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Bulnes 156 , Puerto Natales, is near Glacier Grey, Lago Nordenskjold, and Channel of Last Hope (Ultima Esperanza).
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      Travel Blogs from Puerto Natales

      Glaciers and Torres Del Paine

      A travel blog entry by sue.tonytravels on Nov 20, 2014

      25 photos

      ... to surprise me.

      Our next stop was the Lago Grey glacier. We had time to walk out on to a pebbly spit reaching out into the lake and from there we would get a better view of the glacier. The wind was already strong as we started the walk but in the end I told Tony to walk ahead of me because I had slowed right down. It got stronger the further out we walked and this, coupled with the spray coming off the lake made it ...

      Welcome To Chile......Grrrr!

      A travel blog entry by nickjackets on May 17, 2014

      3 comments, 38 photos

      ... 30 billion or about 15% of their GDP on repairing the damage done by an 8.8 earthquake.

      Here is the thing though,I think that the people of Chile are like the people of England.They are very much a class driven society,they give off an air of arrogance,slightly insular,extremely reserved and they appear unfriendly.They have a superiority complex over their neighbours and are ravenous consumers.They have an influx of immigrants that have come ...

      Puerto Natales, Chile

      A travel blog entry by michelle.e on Mar 28, 2014

      56 photos

      ... mate (Argentinian tea), the well deserved bottle of wine on night three (even if it was $18US), and so much more... but then leaving camp on our last day at 6:30am walking under the stars, to climb our way to Torres Del Paine for sunrise... it was a pretty special tingly moment. THE Mouse ATTACK With the mice/rat situation on the trail, all food and food related items are hung in the trees. That didn't stop us having a visitor... ...

      Bring the Paine

      A travel blog entry by erucci on Mar 03, 2014

      6 photos

      ... 1.5 hours of gradual uphill, the final hour was closer to a boulder scramble than an actual trail. As we reached the top we instantly understood the hype of the Torres: in front of us was a large, torquise colored lake, fed by a wall of small waterfalls cascading down a hundred foot cliff at the base of the Torres and fed by a glacier hugging the base of the Torres themselves. You could sit for hours and enjoy the view, but unfortunately we only ...

      Day 11: New Year's Eve in Puerto Natales

      A travel blog entry by gregchinery on Dec 31, 2013

      10 photos

      ... a Canadian living and teaching in Chile, and whom, it turned out, we would walk some of the TDP with. Next to her sat Giles and Julia, two young geologists; Giles had an English/Aussie accent and told us he was born in PNG. Julia told us she was born in Melbourne, but had a slight pommy sound when she spoke. They had both been living in Perth, working for the mining companies, and were now at the end of a 10 month world odyssey. The talk ...