You'll start your tour to the Torres del Paine National Park bordering the Sienna of Ultima Esperanza and later crossing extensive pampas of Magellanic steppe until reaching the town of Cerro Castillo, where you can enjoy a coffee and buy typical handicrafts of the region.
Then, from Lago Sarmiento's viewpoint, you'll have a beautiful panoramic view of the Paine Massif, adorned by the presence of guanacos, rheas and condors. Another interesting point is the Laguna Amarga sector, from where you'll have one of the best views of the imposing granite waters 'Las Torres del Paine', which on clear days can be reflected in the lagoon, making a spectacular landscape.
Next, you'll enter Torres del Paine National Park, making a stop at the Nordenskjold Lake Viewpoint, from there you'll have a beautiful view of the different peaks of the Cordillera Paine, highlighting the famous 'Cuernos del Paine' and 'Paine Grande', the highest mountain in the Park (3,050m high). Then, you'll head to the sector of Salto Grande, where you'll make a short hike to reach this great waterfall that empties into Lake Pehoé. After this, you'll make a stop for lunch inside the park.
Later, you'll go to the Gray Lake sector where you'll take a walk crossing the hanging bridge over the Pingo River, crossing the Forest of Lengas, and arriving at the beach from where you'll have a spectacular view of the floating floes of Glacier Gray.
On the way back, you'll stop at the Milodón Cave Natural Monument, a set of caves where the remains of an herbivorous mammal of great dimensions that was extinguished at the end of the Pleistocene were found. You'll take a walk inside the main cave, which is about 200m deep, 80m wide and 30m high, and in the end, you can take a picture next to the exact replica of this extinct animal known as 'El Milodón'. Lastly, you'll start your way back to your hotel in Puerto Natales.