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Great Walks – Torres Del Paine

Forward Travel

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Escorted Group Journey – just 15 places available

7 DAYS, 18-24 NOVEMBER 2017

Encircled by nature in the French Valley

Get ready to feel completely insignificant in comparison to nature among the turquoise waters, glaciers and towering granite horns of the Torres del Paine National Park. The jaw-dropping landscapes of this eighth wonder of the world are humbling indeed.

Join Brent McKean, Great Walks editor, and immerse yourself in this vast national park, taking full advantage of the long daylight hours and seeing the Torres del Paine massif glow purple and red at sunrise.

As a special bonus, there's a cruise on Lake Grey to admire the eponymous glacier and a traditional Patagonian feast to start the journey. You’ll enjoy terrific wildlife-watching and hope to see majestic condors wheeling in the pristine skies overhead. Look out for foxes, huemul or Andean deer and guanacos along the way, and possibly spot the reclusive puma..

Why Forward Travel?

Forward Travel is the brainchild of seasoned travellers David Smyth and Rose Toohey, who have combined their knowledge and experience to help forward thinking travellers travel better, travel further and travel more.

David and Rose have journeyed far and wide enjoying the road less travelled in preference to the busy highway. They own and run Forward Travel, so have the freedom, flexibility, and enthusiasm to tailor your trip exactly how you want it to be. They work directly with trusted tour operators in each country to offer you the largest range of choices in each destination.

The Forward style of travel

Travelling is not just about what you see but how you experience it. Forward Travel wants your memories to be of great guides, fantastic meals, comical "Spanglish" conversations, and how you felt being immersed in your location, rather than merely ticking off the sights you'd already seen before you left home.

Hotels are personally selected to deliver the best value. Your preferences will be considered to suggest hotels appropriate to the location and the amount of time you have available. Trips are often planned using good, tourist class hotels to save you money for a luxury mini holiday at the end of your trip. Hotels used in this collection are mainly 3.5-4 star, usually smaller hotels and offer some local character. Forward Travel looks for excellent locations, security and comfort, spacious public areas, large rooms, luggage space, good breakfasts and free wi-fi wherever possible.

English speaking guides will meet you in each location to escort you to your hotel. Guided sightseeing will introduce you to famous and fabulous places, and allow time to explore on your own. Expert local guides give great insight to hidden jewels and restaurants that the guide books don't know about. When it is time to move on, you will be collected from your hotel and taken to the next exciting destination. Some of the guided sightseeing is with other people, and some is private. Local buses are used for long distance travel, always with someone there to put you on the right bus, and someone to meet you at your destination. This gives you the maximum time to enjoy the journey without having to worry about the boring bits.

Inclusions:

  • Brent McKean as your Journey leader
  • Patagonian dinner on Day 1
  • Fully guided W Trek
  • Glacier cruise on Lago Grey
  • Catamaran Pehoé
  • 6 Nights of accommodation
  • Transportation from Puerto Natales - Torres del Paine – Puerto Natales. (Private for a minimum group of 10)
  • Shuttle from Laguna Amarga main entrance to Las Torres sector.



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