The centrepiece of Chile’s most spectacular national park are the three granite pillars after which it is named, the ‘Torres del Paine’. Easily spottable from all over the area, these towers may be the most famous image of the park, but what surrounds them is just as exciting. Snow-capped peaks watch over rivers, waterfalls, grassy steppe, vivid-hued lakes and a huge glacier, whilst the life in the park is so diverse, it’s a UNESCO World Biosphere Reserve. For anyone going anywhere near Patagonia, the Torres del Paine National Park is a must visit.
What better way to experience it than on a Wendy Wu tour?